The Centurion Lounge Dallas/Ft. Worth is located upstairs on the mezzanine level in Terminal D, near Gate D12. Terminal D is the main international terminal at DFW. It is accessible via the SkyTrain from all other terminals. DFW is a massive airport, and depending on your location, might take upwards of 25 minutes to reach The Lounge.
The Lounge is very large and is separated into several sitting rooms, a main dining room and bar, and a children’s play area. There is a mix of private seating and open seating. Power outlets are widely available at most seats in the lounge.
The Lounge features a fully staffed bar with complimentary beer, wine, and spirits. There are many top-shelf spirits available for no additional charge, which is different from many airport lounges. Hot and cold food options are offered at the buffet.
Complimentary WiFi is accessible with the use of a password.
The Lounge at DFW also features a complimentary spa. Book your times when you check-in at the front desk. Showers are also available upon request.
OFFICER WAYFINDER’S REVIEW
In my opinion, this is the nicest Centurion Lounge in the whole system. The Lounge can get crowded at certain times of the day, especially in the evening around the international departure window, but it is large enough to absorb most of the rush.
All of the food options were very good and the staff was incredibly friendly. The bar-tenders are very knowledgeable and animated when they make drinks. When you’re there, get a Tex Mex Margarita, which is a spicy margarita made with Titos Vodka instead of tequila.
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