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Centurion Lounge Entrance Rendering at Denver International Airport
Credit: Courtesy of American Express

Travelers may soon want to consider taking a long layover at Denver International Airport.

American Express has announced plans to open a new high-end Centurion lounge at DIA next year. The 14,000-square-foot space will be accessible to all passengers in the Concourse C Mezzanine.

AmEx already has Centurion lounges in airports in Dallas, Hong Kong, San Francisco, and Las Vegas, among others. The lounges are especially popular with frequent fliers, as USA Today noted.

The lounge’s perks include complimentary Wi-Fi, quiet workspaces, food prepared by renowned chefs, cocktails, and even spa services and wine tastings at some locations.

It’s unclear which amenities will be available at the new Denver location. According to USA Today, the lounge will have some more local decor, inspired by Colorado itself.

Centurion Lounge Entrance Rendering at Denver International Airport
Credit: Courtesy of American Express

“The American Express brand is well known for offering a high-quality experience for their guests, which aligns with [our] vision of the customer experience for our passengers,” Denver Airport's Chief Commercial Officer Patrick Heck told Airport Technology.

AmEx Platinum Card and Centurion Members can access the lounge for free, while other passengers can do so for a typical fee of $50.