Delta’s New Sky Club at San Francisco International Airport – Review

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SEATING AND SHOWER SUITES

The San Francisco Sky Club seats 351. There are electrical and USB outlets near each seat, Wi-Fi works well, there are a variety of seating areas ranging from private workspaces to comfortable sofas, to high chairs and tables (great for working), to lounge-type seating. Since I was at the lounge for roughly three hours, I had the opportunity to try several different seating areas and found them all comfortable and conducive to relaxation.

The two expansive slate grey shower suites seemed larger than a few Manhattan apartments I’ve been to. There’s a comfortable wooden bench for changing near the entrance opposite the oversized sink (generous counter space), a small wooden bench in the shower itself (which was large enough to accommodate four or five people).

What the shower lacked was a shelf on which to place the lovely Malin+Goetz products that included body wash, shampoo, conditioner, and lotion). There were no hooks or hangers for clothing (there was one hook over the bench but it was too low to be of much use).

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DINING AT THE SAN FRANCISCO SKY CLUB

Although one can dine anywhere in the Sky Club, there is a small area with tables specifically intended for such a purpose. In addition to the options available at the buffet, there are some items available for purchase as well.

The buffet menu changes based on time of day. In the afternoon and evening, there are several hot dishes (while I was there, chili and a broccoli and cheddar cheese soup were offered), as well as a delicious chicken salad, several pasta salads, and a variety of snack items. A high-tech coffee machine with touchscreen controls provided a variety of beverages such as cappuccinos and lattes.

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