Read our 2023 review on the Chase Sapphire Lounge (Boston)
Chase (along with Airport Dimensions) is growing its lounge offerings with its newest addition opening on May 16th, 2023 (Tue) at the Boston Logan International Airport (BOS). This is the first Chase Sapphire Lounge to open stateside, following the Chase Sapphire Lounge (Hong Kong) which opened in 2022. While focused at Chase Sapphire Reserve card members, this lounge is also for Priority Pass members. The new Boston lounge is located in the Terminal B/C Connector, near gate B40 and will be open from 05:00 to 23:00 daily. The lounge has lots of room to relax with 11,640 square feet of floor space.
Food and Beverage
The food looks amazing, but the dedicated signature taproom offering local craft beer is extra exciting. The lounge features locally inspired dining, including menu items from acclaimed Boston chef Douglass Williams (of Boston’s MIDA and APIZZA restaurants) and coffee from Atomic Coffee Roasters. In addition to the local culinary touches, the lounge offers a full-featured bar serving wine and cocktails. There are also many made-to-order and ready-to-eat food options, which will be available for travelers at any time of day.
The lounge provides many seating options at the bar; in the tap room, the club area includes sofas, chairs, and tables for dining or working. There are also floor-to-ceiling windows with views of the Boston Logan airport and the iconic Boston Harbor.
The lounge provides dedicated areas for relaxing, including two wellness rooms that feature anti-gravity massage chairs with guided meditations from Well-Being Educator & Healer Devi Brown, a private nursing suite, two dual-head shower rooms, and all-gender restrooms stocked with Apotheke products. The lounge appears to have power outlets all of the lounge as well as portable power chargers for use in places where you can't find a plug. The final amenity worth mentioning is the family room. There appears to be an amazing family room that has everything the kids need to relax when travelling.
Sapphire Reserve cardmembers are travelers by nature, so we’re upgrading their travel journey with elevated airport lounges that unlock new dining, wellness and cultural experiences.
Dana Pouwels, Managing Director, Sapphire Lounge General Manager
Priority Pass members without a Sapphire Reserve card can enter each Sapphire Lounge by The Club location once (per calendar year) at no cost. They will be charged an entry fee ($75 per person) upon each subsequent visit to any location within the Sapphire Lounge by The Club network. Chase Sapphire Reserve card members and two guests are granted unlimited (departure only) access.
I am super excited about this lounge and think it will be a success in Boston. I look forward to doing a full review when I am able. I do not love the "once-a-year" policy that Chase uses for (non-Chase Sapphire Reserve) Priority Pass members, but I do understand why they have it. According to the Priority Pass lounge page this is also a departure only lounge, so make sure you plan your trip according.