Reflective of Boston’s nautical history, Delta Sky Club’s new BOS-E lounge opened on Concourse E of the Boston Logan International Airport in Massachusetts this past August. The 21,000-square-foot space has seating for more than 400 and overlooks iconic Boston Harbor, from which the club’s design draws inspiration.
BOS-E’s washed-oak motif nods to the weathered wood of ships, intended to give travelers the feel of being aboard a classic sailing vessel. The shape of the club itself is meant to mimic the curvature of a sailboat. A calming color palette of navy, teal, and terra cotta draws from the brick of the many city and harbor buildings.
Featured in the lounge is an upscale bar, a seasonally inspired buffet, soundproof spaces for taking phone calls, a family room, and five available showers. Designed with sustainability in mind, the entire club is LEED Silver certified. “While no two lounges are alike, the layout and Boston-inspired details in this club make it feel truly one of a kind,” says Claude Roussel, Delta Sky Club managing director. “From the moment our guests enter the lounge, we want them to feel transported—not just by curated design, but by the care and hospitality they experience from our ambassadors.”
The BOS-E lounge is the third Delta Sky Club at the airport, meaning the airline now has a total club capacity of 1,000. The other two clubs are on Concourse A.