American Express announced the expansion of its signature airport lounge network, The Centurion Lounge to Philadelphia. Opening in late October, Philadelphia marks the 8th U.S. location of this growing network of premium airport retreats.
American Express will open the new 6,300 square foot Centurion Lounge located in Terminal A West of Philadelphia International Airport. In this new lounge, Card Members can enjoy amenities including:
- An Israeli-inspired food menu designed by four-time James Beard Award-winning Israeli Cuisine Pioneer, Chef Michael Solomonov
- A complimentary full bar with custom cocktails created by renowned mixologist Jim Meehan and wine selections handpicked by renowned wine authority Anthony Giglio*
- Floor-to-ceiling windows with expansive internal and external views
- Essentials for business and leisure travelers alike, including dedicated workspaces, power outlets, private phone areas, comfortable seating and access to high-speed Wi-Fi
American Express is excited to partner with Chef Michael Solomonov, the executive chef and co-owner of Philadelphia’s pioneering Israeli restaurant Zahav, to bring some of his favorite flavors to The Centurion Lounge in Philadelphia. Some of the items on Solomonov’s lounge menu include challah French toast with tehina and blackberries, Israeli salad with feta, kale tabbouleh with apples and pomegranate, Bulgarian kebabs with red pepper and white bean salad, and malabi with coconut and passionfruit.
“We are extremely honored to be a part of the American Express Centurion Lounge family and excited to help make their newest lounge an oasis of hospitality for Philadelphia travelers,” said Chef Michael Solomonov. “It’s such an exciting time to be a Philadelphian, and I am grateful for the opportunity to show visitors to our historic town what the City of Brotherly Love is all about.”
Chef Solomonov’s participation in the Centurion Lounge was negotiated by Net Results Marketing.