Full List of Airport Lounges at Miami International Airport [MIA]

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Miami International Airport (MIA) served almost 46 million passengers in 2019, making it the 14th-busiest airport in the U.S. for passenger traffic.

MIA is a major international airport, operating the most flights to Latin America and the Caribbean of any U.S. airport. Whether flying for business or leisure, eligible passengers can take advantage of the airport’s 11 lounges to escape the hustle and bustle of the communal departure lounges.

For information on getting into lounges around the world, see our post on the best credit cards for accessing airport lounges.

Update: Some of the lounges featured in this article may be closed or operating under reduced opening hours due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

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MIA Terminal Map

Miami International Airport map
Miami International Airport map. Image Credit: Miami International Airport

MIA Airport Lounges By Terminal

TerminalLounges
Concourse D
  • American Airlines Admirals Club (gate D15)
  • American Airlines Admirals Club (gate D30)
  • American Airlines Flagship Lounge
  • The Centurion Lounge
Concourse E
  • Military Hospitality Lounge
  • Turkish Airlines Lounge
Concourse F
  • Club America (First Class Lounge)
  • Club America (Business/Priority Pass Lounge)
Concourse J
  • Avianca SALA VIP Lounge
  • Delta Sky Club
  • LATAM VIP Lounge

American Airlines Admirals Club

American Airlines Admirals Club MIA
American Airlines Admirals Club Miami near Gate D15. Image Credit: LoungeBuddy

Miami International Airport has 2 Admirals Clubs:

  • Concourse D, on the third floor above gate D15: Daily from 4:30 a.m. to 10:30 p.m.
  • Concourse D, across from gate D30: Daily from 4:30 a.m. to 10:30 p.m.

American Airlines Admirals Club Lounge Facilities

  • Snacks
  • Soft and alcoholic drinks
  • Premium food and drink for purchase
  • Showers
  • Children’s area
  • TVs
  • Business services
  • Conference rooms (D30 gate)
  • Wi-Fi

American Airlines Admirals Club Access

Access TypeDetailsFees and Policies

Day pass
  • A same-day boarding card is required for access
  • Passengers can bring up to 3 children (under 18)
Admirals Club members
  • A same-day boarding card is required for access
  • Members may be accompanied by their immediate family (including spouse and children under 18) or up to 2 guests
AAdvantage StatusFee
AAdvantage$650 (65,000 miles)
AAdvantage Gold$625 (62,500 miles)
AAdvantage Platinum$600 (60,000 miles)
AAdvantage Platinum Pro$575 (57,500 miles)
AAdvantage Executive Platinum$550 (55,000 miles)
Flight must be marketed or operated by American Airlines, a Oneworld partner airline, or Alaska Airlines
First and business classA same-day boarding card for an international flight is required for accessFlight must be marketed and operated by American Airlines or a Oneworld partner airline
AAdvantage Executive Platinum, Platinum Pro, and Platinum
  • A same-day boarding card for an international flight is required for access when traveling in any cabin
  • Eligible passengers are permitted to bring 1 guest (infants under 2 years are admitted free)
Oneworld Emerald and Sapphire
  • A same-day boarding card for an international flight is required for access when traveling in any cabin
  • Eligible passengers are permitted to bring 1 guest (infants under 2 years are admitted free)
  • Flight must be marketed and operated by American Airlines or a Oneworld partner airline
  • Not valid for passengers traveling solely on North American routes
Citi®/AAdvantage® Executive World Elite™ Mastercard cardmembers and authorized users
  • Cardholders receive a free Admirals Club membership (see Admirals Club membership details above)
  • A same-day boarding card is required for access
  • Passengers may be accompanied by their immediate family (including spouse and children under 18) or up to 2 guests
  • $450 (annually)
  • Flight must be marketed or operated by American Airlines, a Oneworld partner airline, or Alaska Airlines
Military
  • Uniformed military personnel may access the lounge with a same-day boarding card
  • Passengers may be accompanied by their immediate family (including spouse and children under 18) or up to 2 guests
Valid on an American Airlines-operated flight

American Airlines Admirals Club House Rules

  • Guests must have appropriate access to the required terminal or concourse as gate passes will not be issued.
  • Existing Admirals Club Lifetime Members may continue to access the Admirals Club when flying with any airline.
  • The relevant access card (e.g., AAdvantage membership card or number) must be presented, along with a government-issued photo ID.

Read the full list of house rules on American Airlines’ website.

Hot Tip: Check out our list of U.S. American Airlines Admirals Club locations to plan your next lounge visit at a different airport.

American Airlines Flagship Lounge

American Airlines Flagship Lounge MIA
American Airlines Flagship Lounge Miami. Image Credit: LoungeBuddy

Location: Concourse D, near gate D30
Opening Hours: Daily from 4:30 a.m. to 10:30 p.m.

American Airlines Flagship Lounge Facilities

  • Self-serve food station
  • Self-serve drinks bar
  • Day beds
  • Quiet area
  • Showers with towels and amenities
  • Business center with PCs and printer
  • Wi-Fi

American Airlines Flagship First Dining

American Airlines Flagship First Dining MIA
American Airlines Flagship First Dining Miami. Image Credit: LoungeBuddy

Flagship First Dining is a premium à la carte dining experience where eligible passengers can enjoy a 3-course meal, cocktails, and Champagne.

American Airlines Flagship Lounge Access

Access TypeDetailsFees and Policies
First and business passengers
  • A same-day boarding card is required for access.
  • First class passengers may bring 1 guest
  • Valid on flights marketed and operated by American or a Oneworld partner airline
  • Valid on flights between the U.S. and:
    • Asia
    • Australia
    • Central America
    • Europe
    • Mexico City
    • New Zealand
    • South America
  • Valid on transcontinental flights between:
    • Los Angeles (LAX) and New York (JFK)
    • San Francisco (SFO) and New York (JFK)
    • Los Angeles (LAX) and Boston (BOS) (A321T aircraft)
    • Los Angeles (LAX) and Miami (MIA) (Boeing 777-300 aircraft)
AAdvantage Executive Platinum, Platinum Pro, and Platinum
  • A same-day boarding card is required for access
  • Valid when departing or connecting on eligible international flights
  • Passengers may bring 1 guest
  • Valid for flights marketed and operated by American or a Oneworld partner airline
  • Qualifying flights are between the U.S. and:
    • Asia
    • Australia
    • Central America
    • Europe
    • Mexico City
    • New Zealand
    • South America
ConciergeKey
  • A same-day boarding card is required for access
  • Passengers may be accompanied by their immediate family (including children under 18) or up to 2 guests
Valid for flights marketed and operated by American or a Oneworld partner airline
Oneworld Emerald and Sapphire
  • A same-day boarding card is required for access
  • Valid on departures and connections
  • Passengers may bring 1 guest

American Airlines Flagship Lounge House Rules

  • Passengers must have a same-day boarding card or for a flight before 6 a.m. the following day.
  • Guests under 2 years old are not counted as guests.
  • AAdvantage Executive Platinum, Platinum Pro, Platinum, or ConciergeKey customers traveling solely on North American itineraries do not qualify for Flagship Lounge access, unless on an eligible transcontinental route.

Hot Tip: Find out where else you can relax and enjoy these premium facilities with our full list of American Airlines Flagship Lounges.

Avianca SALA VIP Lounge

Avianca SALA VIP Lounge Miami
Avianca SALA VIP Lounge Miami. Image Credit: Miami International Airport

Location: Concourse J, take the escalator to the third floor from gate J4, turn left, and then left again
Opening Hours: 24/7

Avianca SALA VIP Lounge Facilities

  • Buffet food with hot and cold dishes
  • Self-serve soft and alcoholic drinks
  • TVs
  • Shower
  • Digital newspapers and magazines
  • Wi-Fi
  • Business services

Avianca SALA VIP Lounge Access

Access TypeDetailsFees and Policies 
Business class passengersA same-day boarding card is required for accessPassengers must be flying on an Avianca or Star Alliance-operated flight
LifeMiles Diamond and Gold
  • A same-day boarding card is required for access
  • Passengers may bring 1 guest
Passengers and guests must be flying on an Avianca or Star Alliance-operated flight
Day pass
  • A same-day boarding card is required for access
  • Passengers may purchase access online in advance or at the airport
  • $60
  • Passengers must be flying on an Avianca-operated flight
Priority Pass
  • A same-day boarding card is required for access
  • Members may access the lounge during the following hours:
    • Monday to Wednesday: 7 a.m. to 4 p.m. and 7 p.m. to 11:30 p.m.
    • Thursday and Friday: 7 a.m. to 4 p.m. and 8 p.m. to 11:30 p.m.
    • Saturday and Sunday: 4 a.m. to 11:30 p.m.
  • Valid when flying with any carrier
  • Members may use the lounge for a maximum of 3 hours
  • Children under 2 years old are admitted free of charge
  • Members may bring up to 7 guests

Avianca SALA VIP Lounge Rules

  • Passengers under the age of 12 must be accompanied by an adult.
  • Lounge access is non-transferable.
  • Lounge access is subject to availability.
  • Priority Pass members are permitted to access the lounge during the hours stated above.

The Centurion Lounge

The Centurion Lounge Miami Airport
The Centurion Lounge Miami. Image Credit: The Centurion Lounge

Location: Concourse D, near gate D12  on level 4
Opening Hours: Daily from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m.

Centurion Lounge Facilities

  • Self-serve hot and cold dishes
  • Premium bar and self-serve drinks
  • Family room
  • Semi-private workspaces
  • TVs
  • Business services
  • Exhale Spa with complimentary 15-minute treatments

Centurion Lounge Access

Access TypeDetailsFees and Policies

The Platinum Card® from American Express
  • A same-day boarding card is required for access
  • Cardmembers may be accompanied by 2 guests
  • $550 (annually)
  • See rates and fees
  • Valid when flying with any carrier
  • Additional guest passes are available to purchase for $50 per person
The Business Platinum Card® from American Express
  • $595 (annually)
  • See rates and fees
  • Valid when flying with any carrier
  • Additional guest passes are available to purchase for $50 per person
Corporate Platinum Card® by American Express
  • $550 (annually)
  • See rates and fees
  • Valid when flying with any carrier
  • Additional guest passes are available to purchase for $50 per person
Delta SkyMiles® Reserve American Express Card
  • A same-day boarding card is required for access
  • Cardmembers may be accompanied by 2 guests for $50 per person
Delta SkyMiles® Reserve Business American Express Card
Centurion® Card from American Express
  • A same-day boarding card is required for access
  • Cardholders may be accompanied by 2 guests or their immediate family (partner and children under 18)
  • Initiation fee: $7,500
  • Annual membership fee: $5,000
  • Valid when flying with any carrier
  • Additional guest passes are available to purchase for $50 per person

Centurion Lounge House Rules

  • Family members and guests are not permitted to access the lounge or remain in the lounge without the relevant cardholder.
  • Complimentary guest access is per day.
  • Children under 2 years are admitted free of charge with proof of age.

Hot Tip: Take a look at our in-depth article on The Centurion Lounge at Miami International Airport for more information on facilities.

Club America (First Class Lounge)

Club America First Class Lounge Miami
Club America First Class Lounge Miami. Image Credit: LoungeBuddy

Location: Concourse F, after security, third floor
Opening Hours: Daily from 7:30 a.m. to 10 p.m.

Club America (First Class Lounge) Facilities

  • Snacks and sandwiches
  • Self-serve soft and alcoholic drinks
  • Newspapers and magazines
  • Business center
  • Wi-Fi

Club America (First Class Lounge) Access

Access TypeDetailsFees and Policies

Day pass
  • A same-day boarding card is required for access
  • Passengers may purchase access online in advance or at the airport
  • $50
  • Passengers may access the lounge when flying with any airline
First class passengers for various airlinesA same-day boarding card is required for accessPassengers must receive an invitation from their airline to use the lounge

Club America (First Class Lounge) House Rules

  • Children under 2 years are admitted free of charge with proof of age.
  • Passengers may use the lounge for a maximum of 3 hours.

Club America (Business/Priority Pass Lounge)

Club America Priority Pass Lounge Miami
Club America Priority Pass Lounge Miami. Image Credit: LoungeBuddy

Location: Concourse F, after security, third floor
Opening Hours: Daily from 7 a.m. to 9 p.m.

Club America (Business/Priority Pass Lounge) Facilities

  • Snacks and sandwiches
  • Bar serving soft and alcoholic drinks
  • Newspapers and magazines
  • Business center
  • Wi-Fi

Club America (Business/Priority Pass Lounge) Access

Access TypeDetailsFees and Policies

Business class passengers for various airlinesA same-day boarding card is required for accessPassengers must receive an invitation from their airline to use the lounge
Priority Pass
  • Cardholders must be 21 years old
  • Priority Pass membership: Standard $99, Standard Plus $299, Prestige $429

Club America (Business/Priority Pass Lounge) House Rules

  • Children under 2 years are admitted free of charge with proof of age.
  • Passengers may use the lounge for a maximum of 3 hours.

Delta Sky Club

Delta Sky Club Miami
Delta Sky Club Miami. Image Credit: LoungeBuddy

Location: Concourse H, inside the H-J connector
Opening Hours: Daily from 5 a.m. to 7:45 p.m.

Delta Sky Club Facilities

  • Full-service bar and self-serve refreshments
  • Self-serve buffet food and snacks
  • TVs
  • Newspapers and magazines
  • Business services
  • Showers
  • Wi-Fi

Hot Tip: See our full list of U.S. Delta Sky Clubs for amenities and opening hours at other airport locations.

Delta Sky Club Access

Access TypeDetailsFees and Policies
Executive membership
  • Members have unlimited access to any Delta Sky Club
  • A same-day boarding card is required for access
  • Members may bring 2 guests
  • $845 (annually) | 84,500 miles | $75 (12 month installments)
  • Valid when flying with Delta or a Delta partner airline
  • Delta Lifetime members may continue to access the lounge when traveling with any airline
Individual membership
  • Members have unlimited access to any Delta Sky Club
  • Up to 2 guests are permitted for $39 per person
  • $545 (annually) | 54,500 miles | $50 (12 month instalments)
  • Valid when flying with Delta or a Delta partner airline
  • Delta Lifetime members may continue to access the lounge when traveling with any airline
SkyTeam Elite Plus and Delta Diamond, Platinum, and Gold Medallion membersA same-day boarding card is required for accessValid when traveling on a SkyTeam international flight or connecting to/from a same-day international flight in any cabin
Delta One or SkyTeam Premium cabinA same-day boarding card is required for access
  • Delta One passengers can access the lounge when flying domestically or when connecting to/from an international flight
  • Valid on the international segment of a SkyTeam flight
Delta SkyMiles® Reserve American Express card
  • A same-day boarding card is required for access
  • Cardmembers have unlimited access to any Delta Sky Club
  • Cardmembers receive 2 free guest passes annually, otherwise, members can bring up to 2 guests for $39 per person
  • $550 (annually)
  • Valid for Delta-marketed or Delta-operated flights
  • Passengers traveling on Delta partner flight can access the lounge for $39
  • The credit card must be used for payment
  • See rates and fees
Delta SkyMiles® Platinum American Express Card
  • A same-day boarding card is required for access
  • Cardmembers and up to 2 guests can access the lounge for a fee of $39 per person
  • $250 (annually)
  • Valid for a Delta or Delta partner flight
  • The credit card must be used for payment
  • See rates and fees
The Platinum Card® from American Express
  • A same-day boarding card is required for access
  • Cardmembers have unlimited access to any Delta Sky Club
  • Cardmembers may bring up to 2 guests for an additional fee
The Business Platinum Card® from American Express
Centurion® Card from American Express
  • Initiation fee: $7,500
  • Annual membership fee: $5,000
  • Valid for Delta-marketed or Delta-operated flights
Virgin Australia/Velocity VIP Platinum or Gold card members

Virgin Australia business class passengers

  • A same-day boarding card is required for access
  • Cardmembers or business class passengers may access a Delta Sky Club
  • Membership card must be displayed
  • Valid on a Delta- or Virgin Australia-operated flight

Certain Japan-based SkyMiles credit cards can access Sky Clubs, including Delta SkyMiles® Diners Club Card, Delta SkyMiles® Trust Club Platinum Visa Card, and Delta SkyMiles® Trust Club Gold Visa Card. See Delta’s international credit card website for specific details, fees, and policies.

Delta Sky Club House Rules

  • Delta Lifetime Members may access the lounge when flying on any airline.
  • The minimum age for Sky Club membership is 18 years old.
  • Members under 21 must be accompanied by another member over 21 to access a lounge with a self-serve bar in the U.S.
  • No gate passes will not be issued for entry, so guests must have access to the required terminal or concourse when visiting a lounge.

Read the full list of house rules on the Delta Air Lines’ website.

LATAM VIP Lounge

LATAM VIP Lounge Miami
LATAM VIP Lounge Miami. Image Credit: LoungeBuddy

Location: Concourse J, near gate J6
Opening Hours: Daily from 4:30 a.m. to 1:30 a.m.

LATAM VIP Lounge Facilities

  • Self-serve buffet with premium hot and cold dishes
  • Self-serve soft and alcoholic beverages
  • Newspapers and magazines
  • Wi-Fi
  • Resting room
  • Business center
  • Showers

LATAM VIP Lounge Access

Access TypeDetailsFees and Policies
Day passAccess is permitted with a same-day boarding card for a departing or arriving flight
  • Singe trip entry:
    • Adult: $60
    • Child (2-11 years old): $30
    • Gold and Gold Plus members: $40
  • Unlimited entry to any LATAM lounge within 24-hours:
    • Adult: $90
    • Child: $45
  • Valid on a LATAM-operated flight
Business classAccess is permitted with a same-day boarding card for a departing or arriving flightValid on LATAM, Austrian Airlines, or Oneworld-operated flights
First classValid on Lufthansa, SWISS, Air France, EL AL, or Caribbean Air-operated flights
Oneworld Emerald and SapphireValid on Oneworld-operated flights
LATAM Pass Black Signature
  • Access is permitted with a same-day boarding card for a departing or arriving flight
  • Passengers may be accompanied by their immediate family (spouse, parents, and children) and 1 additional guest
  • Valid on LATAM-operated flights
  • Additional guest rate: $40

 

 

LATAM Platinum and Black
  • Access is permitted with a same-day boarding card for a departing or arriving flight
  • Passengers may be accompanied by 1 guest

LATAM VIP House Rules

  • Paid access is non-transferable and non-refundable.
  • Paid entry is possible on the door and is subject to availability.
  • LATAM Pass members must present a valid membership card.

Read the full list of house rules on the LATAM website.

Military Hospitality Lounge

Military Hospitality Lounge MIA
Military Hospitality Lounge Miami International Airport. Image Credit: Miami International Airport

Location: Concourse E, level 2 across from Air Margaritaville restaurant (outside the secure area)
Opening Hours: Daily from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m.

Military Hospitality Lounge Facilities

  • Snacks
  • Refreshments
  • TVs
  • Business services
  • Family room
  • Conference rooms

Military Hospitality Lounge Access

Access TypeDetailsFees and Policies
MilitaryAccess is permitted with a same-day boarding card for a departing or arriving flightThe lounge welcomes:

  • Active duty, retired, Army Reserves, and National Guard U.S. military
  • Authorized dependents
  • Honorably-discharged U.S. military veterans and their families

Turkish Airlines Lounge

Turkish Airlines Lounge MIA
Turkish Airlines Lounge Miami. Image Credit: Priority Pass

Location: Concourse E, level 2 after security
Opening Hours: 24/7

Turkish Airlines Lounge Facilities

  • Self-serve hot and cold buffet food
  • Self-serve soft and alcoholic beverages
  • Newspapers and magazines
  • Business center
  • Prayer room
  • Showers
  • Wi-Fi

Turkish Airlines Lounge Access

Access TypeDetailsFees and Policies
Business or first classAccess is permitted with a same-day boarding cardValid on a Turkish Airlines or Star Alliance-operated flight
Star Alliance Gold
Priority PassAccess is permitted with a same-day boarding card when traveling on any airline
  • Passengers may access the lounge for a maximum of 4 hours
  • Cardholders must be 21 years old
  • Children under 2 are admitted free of charge
  • Priority Pass membership: Standard $99, Standard Plus $299, Prestige $429

Turkish Airlines Lounge House Rules

A dress code is applicable, with shirts and shoes necessary for entry.

Connecting Between Terminals for Lounge Access

Passengers are able to walk between all terminals and concourses at MIA, but it’s not possible to stay inside the secure area at all times. You can remain airside when walking between Concourses D and E and between Concourses H and J (providing you’re not arriving on an international flight).

For all other routes, passengers must clear security at the concourse entrance, so it’s important to allow plenty of time when using a lounge in another concourse. Once inside Concourse D, passengers may ride the SkyTrain that has 4 stations throughout the mile-long concourse.

Hot Tip: Read our Ultimate Terminal Guide to Miami International Airport for more information about connecting between terminals. 

Best Credit Cards to Access Priority Pass Lounges

If you want to receive automatic access to the Priority Pass lounge network, you’ve got a handful of great credit card options that will do just that. Priority Pass lounge access includes 4 locations at MIA and over 1,300 other airport lounges worldwide. Priority Pass is the largest airport lounge network in the world by far, so no matter where your travels take you, there will almost always be a Priority Pass lounge to welcome you.

Our top credit card option for Priority Pass access is the Chase Sapphire Reserve® Card. With the Chase Sapphire Reserve card, you don’t just receive access to Priority Pass lounge locations — you also receive a dining credit at all Priority Pass restaurant locations. So, for example, when you visit Corona Beach House at MIA you’ll receive a $28 dining credit if you’re by yourself or a $56 credit if you’re dining with another person.

Another great option that is perhaps the best lounge credit card on the market, is the Amex Platinum card. While the Amex Platinum card does not offer access to Priority Pass restaurants, you will get access to top-notch Amex Centurion loungesPlaza Premium loungesDelta Sky Clubs (when flying Delta), Escape Lounges, and Airspace lounges.

Here are some other great credit card options that allow cardholders to visit Priority Pass lounges:

Final Thoughts

Miami International Airport has a pretty good selection of lounges for eligible premium passengers, frequent flyers, and credit cardholders. Priority Pass members will be pleasantly surprised with the facilities on offer in the Turkish Airlines Lounge, which has been highly reviewed by travelers.

Passengers that aren’t eligible to access The Centurion Lounge or airline lounges may consider purchasing a day pass to the Club America Lounge with a same-day boarding card for any airline.


The information regarding the Corporate Platinum Card® by American Express, Centurion® Card from American Express, Citi Prestige® Card, Hilton Honors American Express Aspire Card, and U.S. Bank Altitude™ Reserve Visa Infinite® Card was independently collected by Upgraded Points and not provided nor reviewed by the issuer. 

For rates and fees of The Platinum Card® from American Express, click here
For rates and fees of The Business Platinum Card® from American Express, click here
For rates and fees of the Delta SkyMiles® Reserve American Express Card, click here
For rates and fees of the Delta SkyMiles® Reserve Business American Express Card, click here


Frequently asked questions

Does Miami International Airport have a lounge?

Miami International Airport has 11 lounges:

  • 2 Admirals Clubs
  • American Airlines Flagship Lounge (including Flagship Dining)
  • Avianca SALA VIP Lounge
  • The Centurion Lounge
  • Club America Lounge (First Class)
  • Club America Lounge (Priority Pass)
  • Delta Sky Club
  • LATAM VIP Lounge
  • Military Hospitality Lounge
  • Turkish Airlines Lounge

Is there a Priority Pass lounge in Miami?

Priority Pass members may access 4 lounges at MIA:

  • Avianca SALA VIP Lounge
  • Club America Lounge
  • 2 Turkish Airlines Lounges

Non-American Express Priority Pass members also receive credit towards their bill at Corona Beach House.

Is there an Admirals Club at Miami International Airport?

Mimi International Airport has 2 American Airlines Admirals Clubs with locations at:

  • Concourse D, on the third floor above gate D15: Open daily from 4:30 a.m. to 10:30 p.m.
  • Concourse D, across from gate D30: Open daily from 4:30 a.m. to 10:30 p.m.

Is there a Delta Sky Club at MIA?

Miami International Airport has a Delta Sky Club located at Concourse H inside the H-J connector. The lounge is open daily from 5 a.m. to 7:45 p.m. with a full-service bar and shower facilities.

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