Traveling with Delta Air Lines through Phoenix any time soon? Passengers with access to Delta Sky Club will be happy to know the airline's brand new Delta Sky Club at Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport (PHX) is now open for guests to enjoy all that it has to offer.

Conveniently nestled in the area close to Delta gates on the new South Concourse at Terminal 3, the newest lounge addition to the Delta Sky Club network is around 7,500 square feet in size and features a design inspired by the Southwest desert landscape boasting rich earth tones and colors. Offering guests a retreat from all the hustle and bustle at the airport, the new Phoenix Delta Sky Club is perfect for travelers looking to recharge and unwind in a comfortable, tranquil space unlike any other.

Guests visiting the new Phoenix Delta Sky Club can look forward to enjoying plush comfortable seats, speedy Wi-Fi, power outlets at almost every seat, as well as fresh, locally inspired cuisine and healthy food offerings in addition to a full-service bar. Drinkers can keep their eyes peeled for seasonal cocktails, specially curated tequila, mezcal and wine. Artwork, including those from regional artists, is peppered through the lounge, too.

Besides the new Delta Sky Club that just opened its doors at Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport, Delta will be debuting yet another new Delta Sky Club at Austin-Bergstrom International Airport sometime this spring.

But of course, Delta is not resting on its laurels. The Atlanta-based legacy carrier remains 100% committed to improving the customer experience for its passengers. As a matter of fact, the carrier has been investing significant sums of money to renovate and expand its lounges across the network in addition to opening new flagship Delta Sky Clubs at Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport and Seattle-Tacoma International Airport in recent years. Delta has stated that more Clubs will be enhanced in 2019.

On another note, those traveling with Delta on select routes this spring will get to fly using newly retrofitted 777 planes. These retrofitted 777 planes will hold four cabin classes, including the new Delta One Suites that offer an enclosed Business Class experience along and the new Delta Premium Select product.

Denise Bay is a staff writer at Email: