Review: The Club MCO brings Priority Pass option to Orlando’s Terminal A at last

Travelers flying out of half the gates at MCO have long been left without any Priority Pass lounge options.

No longer.

Only a few weeks old, meet The Club MCO #2, the smaller, younger sibling to The Club in Terminal B:

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The Club MCO, Terminal A

Where is it?

Terminal A, Concourse 1. Turn left as you walk out of the train.

Who is allowed in?

Priority Pass members, applicable business/first class travelers, or anyone who purchases a day pass.

Travelers flying out of gates 1-59 can access it without having to re-enter security, but if you’re flying out of gates 30-59 you’ll need to take the train back to the main terminal and hop on the train to gates 1-29.

Pros?

Free shower, nice selection of local/domestic/imported beers, tasty roast beef sandwiches, & it’s brand new.

Cons?

It’s tiny. About 1/4 the size of the other Club MCO lounge, according to one of the employees I asked.

It’s basically these two rooms:

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Here are more photos:

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View of sunny atrium in Terminal A from lounge welcome desk.

Questions and comments welcome!

3 thoughts on “Review: The Club MCO brings Priority Pass option to Orlando’s Terminal A at last

  1. I was flying Southwest earlier this month and was not able to access from the gate I was at. Next time I will make more of an effort to locate.

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    • Hey Boonie! Both sides of Terminal A can access it, but if you’re flying out of gates 30-59 you’ll need to take the train back to the main terminal and hop on the train to gates 1-29. Definitely worth arriving a bit early for if you can!

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