Probably not that interesting if you’re not into airport lounges. But to me these are great places to escape the ‘hustle and bustle’ of airports – and if I’m lucky they have a shower too (United’s Boston lounge doesn’t, one of their 2 Newark lounges does). Wi-Fi is expected for free and I’ve never paid yet in a lounge.
The refreshments at United are extremely uniform and couldn’t really be called food. The shower at the larger Newark lounge is like a good hotel en-suite, it’s excellent.
There is the usual range of teas and coffees (which even have their very own comment card) – milk is those silly little plastic pots – so no milk really! 🙁
Thanks to a tip from a well-travelled I signed up to an American Express Platinum card, which includes global Travel Insurance and a Priority Pass lounge access card. I’m pretty sure the Amex card includes a Regus Gold card as well – because I received one of these in the mail with no explanation. I’ve used the Regus card many times in-between my Russian conversational class and Yoga – the card provides access to a Regus lounge and free coffee and wi-fi.