Delta’s new 9,000-square-foot Sky Club at Tokyo Haneda takes its cues from the city itself, with elements that “bring together its iconic grit and glamor.” There’s a cozy fireplace lounge with sprawling airfield views, an elegant nook with a speakeasy vibe, and four soundproof workspaces. The lounge also offers unique food and beverage options, like a full-service noodle bar and the first of its kind in the US featuring a cold brew served on tap.
This lounge is arguably the most Luxury Amenities at The Sky Club in the Delta network, with plenty of space to spread out, shower suites, and more. It’s also the newest of all the Sky Clubs, having opened in February 2023. Some other highlights include two Sky Decks, a self-serve bar and an abundance of power outlets throughout the lounge.
Indulge in Opulence: Unveiling the Luxury Amenities at The Sky Club
Located at 700 1st Street, this luxurious building has everything you’d expect from a high-end property, including 24-7 doormen, concierge service and security, an on-site restaurant, and a state-of-the-art health club. It’s also just a 15-minute walk to the Hoboken Path and boardwalk, so getting around is easy from the hotel.
If you’re interested in visiting these or other Delta Sky Clubs, consider applying for The Platinum Card from American Express, which comes with complimentary access to the airline’s network of lounges and allows you to bring up to two guests on the same booking. To learn more about the card and its rates, fees and benefits, click here.