Travel

Join Logan’s Jet Set

Trade the line at Dunkin’ and the screaming kids at the gate for a leather armchair and a scotch on the rocks.

A plane leaves Boston Logan Airport with the city skyline in the background

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— The Club —

Where: Terminal E

Cost: $40 for a day pass

Complimentary Booze: Yes

What to know: You won’t find thumping baselines and bottle service at this club, but you will find hot showers, cold drinks, and cozy seating for 80-plus travelers. Even better, it’s organized into four “zones”—Productivity, Replenish, Relaxation, and Resting—so no need to worry about that FaceTiming road warrior interrupting your nap.

— American Airlines Admirals Club —

Where: Terminal B

Cost: $59 for a day pass

Complimentary Booze: Yes

What to know: Need a place to let your toddler run wild before boarding? The Admirals Club near Gate B30 is equipped with a children’s room. Those who prefer to unwind without rug rats can head to the Admirals Club near B4, which offers private conference rooms for business travelers.

— The Lounge —

Where: Terminal C

Cost: $40 for a day pass

Complimentary Booze: Yes

What to know: Escape the suitcase-wielding crowds at this private hideaway, where you can kick back in a leather armchair with a stiff drink—or a steaming cup of clam chowder, for a taste of home—while keeping an eye on your flight’s status.


Chris Sweeney Chris Sweeney, Senior Editor at Boston Magazine csweeney@bostonmagazine.com