Palm Beach International Airport has rebranded one of its lounges for travelers coming to and from Palm Beach County. The short-lived Primeclass Lounge has transformed into the Escape Lounge at the Palm Beach International Airport.
The Escape Lounge opened its door to travelers in the B Terminal, right after the TSA Security Checkpoint on December 9th. The new lounge will have the same luxuries as Primeclass Lounge plus more. Primeclass Lounge opened in January 2020 and closed its doors in early March. Now the former Primeclass Lounge has transformed into the Escape Lounge.
The Escape Lounge is open to all travelers for $40 dollars if booked in advance or $45 dollars if paid at the door. The fee gets you unlimited food and beverages, high speed internet, up to date flight information, access to more than 7,000 digital publications and more. All food is made fresh in house and the menu changes constantly.
The Palm Beach International Airport have been ranked in the Top 10 Airports in the United States for many years and just one of two airports in Florida that made the list last year. In addition to being a great airport and very convenient to travelers, Palm Beach International is taking steps to ensure that everyone stays safe and healthy.
The airport is less than 2.5 miles west of downtown West Palm Beach and just a short few minute off I-95 for easy accessibility from anywhere in South Florida. The manageable sized airport based on studies takes roughly 15 minutes from when you Check-In at Ticketing and through Security and to your gate for your next flight. The airport is very user friendly and is packed with many restaurants, luxury pet areas, shops, full-service spa, putting green, high speed internet and amenities.
Today, more than 6.5 million travelers pass through the airport with more than 14 airlines and more than 200 non-stop daily flights. Palm Beach International is home to 5 TSA dogs and is one of 30 airports in the country to have its own TSA Pre-Check Enrollment office.