[Airports] September 13, 2023, 7:30 pm ET. By Andrew Chen.
United Airlines has opened two new lounges at its Denver International Airport hub, including its largest lounge in the world. The two new United Clubs are part of the airline’s nearly $1 billion investment in the passenger experience in Denver.
A Brewery-Themed Space
The newest lounge in United’s network opened on Wednesday and features 35,000 square feet of space, making it the airline’s largest United Club. The space is inspired by Denver’s beer scene and includes brewery-style design elements and a beer-tasting experience. A feature bar on the mezzanine level allows passengers to choose from a seasonal rotation of ten local and craft beers.
A mural by local artists in United’s new Concourse B lounge at Denver International Airport (Photo: United Airlines)
According to the airline, the lounge also features inspiration from Denver’s urban areas, with concrete flooring and exposed ceilings as well as hand-crafted decorations. The lounge is located near gate B44 and has three levels with more than 600 seats.
A Rocky Mountain Experience
United opened its new A Concourse lounge last month and it is described as being influenced by the Colorado Rocky Mountains. Located near gate A26, it has 24,000 square feet of space and 400 seats across two levels.
According to the airline, it is designed to feel like a ski lodge. Travelers will find two fireplace lounges, stacked wood, vintage ski décor and a shuffleboard table. The space features a variety of custom handcrafted artwork from local artists.
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