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New 24,000-Square-Foot United Club Debuts in Denver’s A-West Terminal

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United is on a hot streak when it comes to revamping (and debuting) United Clubs. After opening a new United Club in Newark’s Terminal A earlier this summer, the Chicago-based airline is revealing its latest clubs in Denver (DEN), starting with the A-West location.

Here’s what you should know about this newly opened United Club.

United Club at Denver A-West

Located in Denver International Airport’s A-West Concourse near gate A25, the 24,000-square-foot United Club opened to the public on August 17, 2023. Visitors have plenty of room to relax, work, and dine with more than 400 seats across 2 levels.

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The new United Club at Denver A-West opened on August 17, 2023. Image Credit: United

Notable amenities include a game room with a shuffleboard table and a wellness room. Hand-crafted, custom artwork from local artists is on display throughout the lounge, including a custom “Come Fly With Us” mural by Denver-based multidisciplinary designer Adam Vicarel.

United says that the design aesthetic of this new lounge is inspired by the great outdoors of Colorado with a focus on natural materials, neutral colors, and a chopped wood block wall that give a raw-but-cozy feel.

On the catering front, local touches include oatmeal paired with Colorado honey, an egg frittata inspired by the Denver omelet (ham, bell peppers, red onion, spinach, and cheddar cheese), Colorado Club sandwiches, and pork green chili.

Hot Tip:

Here’s a complete guide to everything you need to know about United Clubs including lounge locations, access criteria, and what to expect inside.

How To Access United Clubs

There are several ways to gain entry into United Clubs including purchasing a membership outright or having the right United co-branded credit card.

Alternatively, United MileagePlus Gold elites or higher traveling on international flights operated by a Star Alliance member airline can access United Club locations at any time during their journey, regardless of their class of service.

Final Thoughts

United has revealed its newest lounge, a sprawling space at Denver’s A-West terminal. Between the locally-inspired design and elevated amenities, this looks to be a welcome respite for travelers before their next United or Star Alliance flight from the massive hub.

Next up is a new United Club in the B concourse. That one is expected to be the largest United Club in the airline’s network. All of these improvements at the airport come as part of a massive $1 billion infrastructure investment at Denver International Airport.

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