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Large Sky Club with a staffed bar. Seating can be a challenge throughout the day, especially with a plug or near a plug! Unfortunately, no windows, except a couple with only a view of the roof.
Be prepared this is one of Delta's most crowded lounges. You will usually wait in line for the bathroom. I do wish Delta would clean up this lounge. Aside from the Newark lounges this is poor.
Just try to relax in a very loud, very crowded, remodeled Sky Club. Not impressed with the renovation, which removed all the quiet areas, added uncomfortable seats so as to cram more people in.
Place gets crowded! Delta should limit the number of people rolling in here, even the bathroom (our fav part) gets a line! Sweet spot when it's not so crowded. Wifi is not superb
Don't bother! It's 25.00 or more (if they don't like your looks) and if it's worth it that means you're just rich... besides more room if u don't!
Definitely need to enforce the Sky Club rules!! Little rat kids running around who I'm sure aren't members and there is a line for the bathroom! Maybe a free drink will smooth out the edges!
Delightful and friendly staff. Great service! Big screen area is rarely full except on major sports days. Never crowded in the wee hour of the morning.
Dipping carrot sticks in the Nutella is surprisingly good...and works better than dipping the crackers into those awkward little containers.
Always crowded mid morning and other peak tines. SLC really needs another Sky Club. Nice place to repose and enjoy a beverage when not crowded.
Skip the muffins and get a warm bagel! Perfect for morning flights. Down side: families with screaming kids, parents have poor manners too :(
Hard to find, between terminals C and D in the main hall by Starbucks. Go left after security.
If you are scent sensitive avoid the ladies room. Whatever they use in there is extremely overbearing and sure to trigger a reaction.
Always overly crowded. They really should limit the number of guest members can bring in here especially during peak hours.
very crowded... almost not worth the hassle. Much easier to find a hiding spot at an empty gate than to have to deal with kids running around.
If you don't see the New York Times out, ask at the counter. They don't put all of the papers out at once.
Decent club...desk staff is great, bar staff is lacking, way too many kids. Better than the outside world ;-)
The drinks are free so don't be a cheapskate. Tip the bartenders!
One of my favorite lounges. Never gets too busy and people are always friendly. Leaving SLC is hard but this makes the blow a little less stinging...
As a hint, or warning, they make strong drinks. My Maker's & Diet is happily more Maker's than Diet. Cheers!
Great outlets, great service, great attitudes by the Delta personnel for all of us stranded passengers.
Delta, bring back the workstation cubicles. Sitting on a saucer elbow to elbow with some loud cell phone yapping corporate lackey isn't my idea of a biz enviro.
Delta has "enhanced" the beverage selection. Myers's Rum is about the only drinkable selection available now.
Way too many people especially families of 5. Either limit entry or build a bigger club. All access doesn't do anyone any favors.
TV room is one of the best places to relax. Normally not as crowded as the rest of the club.
Need to warm up a baby bottle? Ask the kitchen staff/bartender for a Cambro container with hot water.
Non Member policy needs to be revamped. These people usually lack manners. Unattended children should be sold as slaves.
Staff, especially the clean up guy, are extremely polite. The wifi is very suspect at times.
Why does this club always seem to have so many jerks with kids? Can we up the minimum age of minors to say, 15? You know... Like the exit row!
When crowded, just leave. They need to limit the number of folks in there to make the experience.
Amazing staff. Good munchies. Lot's of space and power plugs along the walls.
If you haven't tried Biscoff and nutella, you are missing an amazing treat.
The seat in the main back by the putting green is quiet & has an outlet nxt to it
Several beers available from Salt Lake's Uinta Brewing. HooDoo kolsch was delicious.
Make sure to say hi to Drew, always positive and always brightens your day.
Expanded space but not expanded bathrooms. By mid morning you're waiting in a line for a stall.
Great nut mix, free drinks but be a gem and leave $1 if u order booze.
Membership pays for itself quickly if you enjoy the complimentary libations.
Make your phone calls before going into the small quiet room next to the bathrooms.
The back room's corner table near the TV always on Fox News has 2 outlets nearby
Some if the plugs in the fkoor are nit working so try to find a seat bext to a wall plug.
Good place to wait for your flight. Try the mini chocolate muffins.
Great club but can get packed at peak times!
The daily fee for Delta lounges is half-priced ($25 instead of $50) with certain Amex cards.
Very poor snack selection. The best thing is biscotti in nutella.
This place is packed in the morning and has terrible wifi but it is still worth it to get away.
Friendly staff, nice bar, expanded seating. Try quiet spots behind front desk.
The tv room near the back almost always have open seats
One of the nicest Sky Clubs I've been to, loved the older wood feel.
Choose the wine or mixed drinks over the beer.