The Delta Sky Club at Seattle-Tacoma International Airport is Delta's most-awarded Sky Club without a doubt. Over the past weekend, the Seattle Delta Sky Club was named ‘North America's Leading Airport Lounge 2018' for the second year straight by the World Travel Awards. Awards were given to deserving winners solely based on votes from travelers and tourism and travel professionals from all over the world. Delta Air Lines is incredibly honored to have swept home the coveted award. The Seattle Delta Sky Club's latest win marks its impressive fourth win over the last 16 months.

What makes the the Seattle Delta Sky Club, le-Tacoma International Airport so well-loved? This lounge is one of the biggest airport lounges at Seattle-Tacoma International Airport. Besides boasting breathtaking views of Mt. Rainier, the expansive 21,000 square foot Delta Sky Club offers locally inspired - seasonally rotated - fare created in collaboration with Seattle chef Ethan Stowell; huge, energy-efficient, intelligent-tinting windows; a 60-foot suspended sculpture created by Paul Vexler along with a Pike Place-inspired pixelated mural by Craig Alan McMillan.

The lounge offers a myriad of seating options, shower facilities, beverages and a bar in addition to member and concierge service, functional work stations, and reliable, speedy Wi-Fi, too.

What's more, guests can also look forward to rejuvenating spa services from Asanda Spa Lounge that help them to unwind and recharge with choices ranging from a massage in a zero-gravity chair to guided relaxation experiences thoughtfully crafted for travelers with Dr. Deepak Chopra, a world-famous pioneer in mind-body medicine and a leader in the global wellness movement. The spa lounge services are chargeable, though you may pay in miles instead of cash if you prefer to use your miles.

For those who are planning to visit the Seattle Delta Sky Club anytime soon, keep in mind the lounge does not offer sleep facilities, and is open from 4.45am to 12.40am daily. The lounge is located right between Terminal A and Terminal B, with its front entrance next to Gate A1. If you do not have complimentary or paid membership access to Delta Sky Club, you may purchase a single visit pass for $59, when there is available space at the lounge. You will need to present your Delta Air Lines boarding pass, too.

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