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Largest-Ever United Club Debuts in Denver International Airport’s B Concourse

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United has revealed its newest United Club location at Denver International Airport (DEN) in the B Concourse. This enormous 35,000-square-foot United Club is now the airline’s largest lounge and provides travelers with a new option in addition to the recently-opened United Club in the A Concourse.

United Club at DEN B Concourse Now Open

The newest United Club is located near gate B44 on the eastern side of the B Concourse at Denver International Airport. The lounge has more than 600 seats across 3 levels — 50% more seating than the United Club in the A Concourse.

The lounge’s design is reminiscent of a ski lodge, with nods to the Colorado outdoors. After passing through self-scan entry gates, guests will immediately see this design aesthetic with the entryway pinecone sculpture by Will Schlough, crafted from over 100 skateboards.

United Club DEN B East Entry
Image Credit: United

Across the modern space, a variety of locally-sourced furnishings provide options to rest and relax ahead of your flight.

Artwork from local artists is featured throughout, including sculptures, photographs, and paintings, with the highlight being the street art-inspired statement mural by Jaime Molina and Pedro Barrios.

United Club DEN B East Bar Mural
Image Credit: United

The United Club offers free high-speed Wi-Fi, agent-on-demand kiosks, and a wellness room.

Similar to the A Concourse location, the lounge will offer locally-influenced culinary creations, such as a Denver omelet-influenced frittata, oatmeal drizzled with Colorado honey, a pork green chili, and Colorado Club sandwiches.

United Club DEN B East Seating Fireplace
Image Credit: United

Representing Denver’s beer scene, a beer-tasting experience at the mezzanine level’s feature bar offers a beer flight board from a seasonal selection of 10 local and craft beers on tap.

United Club DEN B East Feature Bar Seating
Image Credit: United

The new United Club is anticipated to be open daily from 5 a.m. to 9:30 p.m.

Hot Tip:

Learn more about the recently debuted 24,000-square-foot United Club in the A Concourse, which features 2 bars and 2 levels.

Future Plans for United in Denver

Earlier this year, United announced its expansion plans in Denver, comprising 35 new flights, 6 additional routes, 12 new gates (expected to open mid-2024), and 3 new United Clubs.

With 2 of the new United Clubs now open, we look ahead to the next United Club to undergo refurbishment. An additional United Club in the B Concourse is planned to open in 2025. Joining the existing United Club locations and the grab-and-go United Club Fly, United is touting over 100,000 square feet of United Club space across its DEN locations, accommodating twice as many passengers as previously.

“The new United Club locations are designed and operated to reflect feedback from our customers and match the way their travel has evolved in recent years,” said Alexander Dorow, United’s Head of Clubs & Lounges. “We’re growing our hub in the Mile High City, and the expansion and renovation of United Club locations represents our commitment to Colorado and our customers’ experience.”

Final Thoughts

When travel headlines scream of crowded lounges at capacity and long lines for entry, a new lounge opening is welcome news for passengers at Denver International Airport.

With 3 levels of space and over 600 seats, the largest-ever United Club in Denver’s B Concourse is sleek and spacious. Paired with the recently-opened United Club in the A Concourse, these lounges provide new options at DEN for eligible passengers flying in a premium cabin, holding the right United credit card, or meeting elite status criteria. Learn how to gain entry to United Club lounges in our detailed guide.

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With years of experience in corporate marketing and with a nonprofit, Keri is now Editor-in-Chief at UP, overseeing daily content operations and reviewing thousands of UP articles in the process.


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