New Lounge, The Club, Opens at San Jose Airport

By Jesse Sokolow on 14 January 2013
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Bildschirmfoto 2013-01-16 um 11.42Airport Lounge Development (ALD), a company that specializes in designing, constructing, and operating airport VIP lounges, has opened its fifth “common use” VIP lounge.  The new lounge, The Club at SJC, is located in Terminal A of Mineta San Jose International Airport.

The new lounge offers complimentary snacks and beverages, including beer, wine, and liquor.  There is also wireless high-speed Internet, workstations with PCs and printers, magazines, newspapers, flight information display screens, and shower facilities.  The lounge is approximately 7,400 square feet (687 square meters), with enough seating for 128 people.

The interior design includes colors that mirror the natural areas that surround San Jose, with the upholstery and carpets using warm, neutral tones, complimented by natural materials such as wood and stone for the floors and counters.  The furniture emphasizes a beach theme, with warm and colorful fabrics that are embedded with wood shells.

ALD’s concept of “common use” lounges allows for all passengers, regardless of the airline they are flying or class they are traveling, to have access to the airport VIP lounge.  The company’s “The Club at” brand of lounges do not require an annual membership fee; rather, travelers can purchase a day pass to the lounges for $35.00.


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