American Express has announced plans to open its first Centurion lounge in Asia later this year. Centurion Lounges are complimentary for American Express Platinum Card or Centurion Card holders. They tend to be a great deal better than domestic lounges and you can read my full guide to American Express Centurion Lounges. In a nutshell, most are in America and the ambience tends to be very good in these lounges. The menus in Centurion lounges are also excellent, each designed by a different gourmet chef.
Currently there are American Express Centurion Lounges in Las Vegas (pictured above and in Concourse D, served by United Airlines), Dallas/Fort Worth (Terminal D, served by American Airlines and international departures), New York-LaGuardia (Terminal B, Landside), San Francisco (Terminal 3 Concourse F, served by United Airlines), Miami (North Terminal Concourse D, served by American Airlines), and Houston (Terminal D) and Seattle..
The new Centurion Lounge in Hong Kong is located in Terminal 1 of Hong Kong International airport, the new lounge will have a complimentary restaurant and bar served by a private chef, sommeliers and mixologists, plus shower suites, flat screen TVs in the lounge area and “noise-buffering” work stations. As in all Centurion lounges, there will be high-speed wifi, a business centre and a conference space.
In addition to the Centurion lounge network, American Express members can access International American Express lounges, Delta Sky Club for Card Members flying on Delta, Priority Pass Select Lounges Aspire Lounges and Airspace lounges.
Source: Luxury Travel Diary