An Oasis Away from the Airport Hustle
Pretty good for a U.S. lounge
Give a hug to Elma for me
Don't loose you money and time if your wait is not too long... FULL OF PEOPLE, just water and cookies...
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Spectacularly unimpressive. Probably the second worst lounge I've been in after the Admirals Club at JFK
Great lounge and perfect for using after overseas flights; showers are great.
This is a great way to spend some relaxing time before your flight! It is one of the better AAdmirals clubs.
Perfect for when you're delayed and want complimentary snacks and beverages!
One of the nicer US airline clubs I've been to. Well designed, quiet, nice amenities.
Much better than other AA Admirals Clubs.
Head to the back....its quieter.
Lots of showers available. And GREAT AAgents!
The most comfortable chairs are in the "quiet" (no cell phone) room. This is one of the largest Admiral's Clubs that I have been to.
Nice, quite place (sometimes) to get away from the crowds and relax. Staff is polite and helpful
Although it has a funny layout I think this is the most architecturally interesting club in the system.
skip the sliders. microwave quality at best.
Compared to the QANTAS international lounge at MEL, this AA lounge doesn't have much on offer in the way of food. Just apples, bad croissants and pretzels..
Re-joining @AmericanAir #AdmiralsClub cost 65,000 miles instead of 55,000 bc I failed to renew w/in 30 days
Shockingly few electrical outlets, but far fewer screaming children.
I just spent 10 hours in 100 degree heat shooting a spot. Being able to take a shower before my redeye is indescribable. Well worth the $50 pass.
Do not, I repeat. DO NOT order the sliders. Aweful and not up to anyone's standards.
Get your free drink coupon(s) and order Anchor Steam. There's no excuse to order Stella.
Just FYI, Bengali tiger cubs are not allowed in the lounge. Even if they’re leashed and wearing handsome leather vests.
Hit up the quiet lounge for some peace and quiet
I've just travelled 27 hrs. LAX is only tolerable w/ access to the #admirals lounge + 2 glasses of wine & all is muy bueno #inebriatedtraveller
The best service in everything... To eat, to take a shower, to rest, to surf internet
Really nice, ranks with the second (international flights) Admirals Club at JFK
Looking for outlets? Go to the back! Everyone stays close to the bar. It's far more pleasant in back.
If you don't have AA club or some American Express credit cards don't bother to enter.. Even if you travel first class in domestic destinations there is no access..
Not even close to the Standard of Virgins lounges - must do better!
American Express platinum members no longer have access as of March 22 2014. Time to switch your travel to delta the way many of us left United when they pulled this...
WORST LOUNGE EVER!! You have to pay for everything! Some bartenders are rude, NO FREE FOOD or snacks, just some cookies coffee and drinks (forget about coctel)
After flying all the way from Perth Australia in business/first class, they told me I wasn't an international customer and denied me access. Worst customer service!! This is why I don't fly American.
Service past the front desk is only ok. Compared to all international lounges and many domestics airline lounges this one is only OK. AA needs to spend some of the millions they are making for here
If you have complimentary drink vouchers it only covers specific beers, wines and well drinks... Not everything you see on offer at the bar. And there is a reasonable lunch menu (addtl charge)
Incredibly annoying if you're travelling Qantas. There's no QAN business or first lounge in T4 and you're stuck with AA's shitty lounge. My tip, try and leave from Bradley if you're flying Qantas.
New coffee machines. Taste good.
Who is up for a 4 egg omelette with a choice of fillings (there are 40 options!), double serve of cheese, unlimited croissants, naked juice ("or a Bloody Mary!") and a coffee for breakfast today?
It has a Bloomberg Terminal in it, for you financial gurus.
I don't care how big this place is, the United Club is better. The coffee here is swill, UC has an actual espresso machine... that's free.
If you're not a member of a One World airline club, you can buy a 30-day Admirals Club membership online for $100, which will get you and two guests in.
Sit by the windows in the bar to get the big plane trifecta: a 747, an A340, and a 777. Bonus points if an A380 is towed by.
I love this Admirals Club at LAX very much, and could only wish that all the other airport lounges at different airports could mirror this one!
Why are they out of water?tLaid out are juice, coffee, things that cost American airlines money. However, you have to go to the bar for a glass of water. Once there, it's a long, long wait
Use your drink coupons and get better food downstairs!
They have showers in here. Awesome.
LAX has one of the nicer Admirals Clubs. Lots of good window view seats