Escape Lounge - The Century Studio Partner | Reno-Tahoe Int'l Airport

For our 6 am flight, after clearing TSA, we walked to the Escape Lounge, an American Express Centurion Studio Partner located in the Reno-Tahoe International Airport.

Description from the website notes "Escape Lounges - The Centurion® Studio Partner at Reno-Tahoe International Airport offers fresh dining and friendly bar vibes for all sorts of travelers. Whether you’re on the go with your family or visiting solo, our lounge is here to help you relax and unwind away from the hustle and bustle of the busy terminals. Grab a magazine or a book, a bite to eat, and a beverage, and let our friendly staff welcome you to Reno." Access is free for Amex Platinum & Delta Skymiles Reserve card members or $45 as a walk-up.

Upon entering the attendant checked my Amex Platinum Card & then asked which flight I was on. She stated the buffet was open & welcomed us in.

The buffet was small, filled with an assortment of fruit, boiled eggs, oatmeal, quiche, french toast, prepackaged muffins, cereals & cookies.

There's an espresso machine, along with an assortment of sodas in the fridge & orange juice in a glass container next to the tea satchels.

We grabbed a smoothie, boiled egg, oatmeal & a bowl of fruit then settled into a pair of oversized purple chairs close to the bar.

The bartender, during the early AM, doubles as the lounge busser, collecting dishes from patrons & regularly sanitizing the tables.

The lounge has two televisions, along with multiple power outlets.

The Escape Lounge in the Reno-Tahoe International Airport is a great place to grab a bite to eat before your flight. While the lounge is small, the staff is friendly & the space is clean.

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