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Best United Club IAH

Discussion in 'questions. answers. conversations.' started by Rohit Deshpande, Jan 24, 2018.

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    Hi guys, this weekend I will be at Houston Airport for an 8-hour layover. I was planning on using one of my clubs passes that I have that will expire at the end of this month. Which UA club is "the best" at IAH. I had my eye on the Terminal E club and the new club in Terminal C. But I have never been to any of the club lounges in IAH so I wouldn't know. I saw pictures of the terminal E lounge and those private cubicles are making me lean towards that lounge so I can do some work, but I also like the new looks of the terminal C club and definitely want to relax some too. Does anyone have any suggestions on the best one? Thanks and cheers!
     
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    rickyw Well-Known Member

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    Just visited the new one that's Ben went to in Terminal C and the one in Terminal E. I would've said the Terminal E one is better but the showers are gone and the office cubicles are gone and lost to where the new Polaris lounge will be. The one in terminal C is nicely designed, but excessively crowded when I was there. Both had identical food options.
     
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    Devin G New Member

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    The United Club at Terminal E is ridiculously overcrowded due to closing the third floor for Polaris renovations.Due to the renovations, I'd been heading to the Centurion Lounge at Terminal D - its about the same distance as the United Club at E from Security and definitely not as busy and they have awesome food and drinks! I'd check out the new lounge at Terminal C. It'll still be crowded but definitely not on the same degree as Terminal E.
     
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