Miami International Airport has a sizable collection of lounges, and is a major hub for American Airlines and a connecting point for international travelers (especially those bound for the Caribbean and Latin America).

Priority Pass members have several lounge options to choose from in Miami regardless of which airline they fly. Whether they purchase a subscription to the program or take advantage of the many credit cards that come with membership access, there are five lounges to visit for a bite to eat and drink or a connected spot to catch up on work.

Here’s a closer look at the Priority Pass lounges in Miami.

Note: Due to ongoing COVID-19 concerns, some lounge benefits and/or hours of operation may be temporarily altered or unavailable. You should always check directly with the lounge or Priority Pass website for the most up-to-date details on availability.

Priority Pass network options at MIA

Turkish Airlines Lounge (Concourse E)

Location: Central Terminal, Concourse E

Hours: 5 a.m. to 10 p.m.

Conditions: Maximum stay is limited to four hours. Children younger than 2 are admitted free. Access may be restricted due to space constraints.

Priority Pass members can access this lounge from Concourse D via a connecting walkway. The lounge is small but features several seating areas with a central buffet and self-service drink area. Visitors have views of planes parked at Concourse E. The cuisine features Turkish and international choices with a separate menu for breakfast.

Turkish Airlines flies to Istanbul out of the South Terminal’s Concourse H, where it operates a second lounge, which is also part of Priority Pass.

Turkish Airlines Lounge (Concourse H)

Location: South Terminal, Concourse H

Hours: Vary according to flight schedules.

Conditions: Access permitted up to four hours prior to departure; international flights only. Children younger than 2 are admitted free.

This is the second Turkish Airlines lounge at the airport, and it is available to eligible Turkish Airlines passengers as well as Priority Pass members. It features a similar design to other Turkish-branded lounges around the world, as well as a Mediterranean-themed food selection. Wine, beer and cocktails are available at the bar plus the option for Turkish coffee or Turkey’s popular (and strong) alcoholic beverage, Raki.

Visitors can relax on daybeds, refresh with a shower and work at computer stations with printers. Aviation fans will find great views of planes parked at their gates through large windows.

Corona Beach House

Location: Central Terminal, Concourse D between Gates D23 and D24

Hours: 6:30 a.m. to 10 p.m.

Corona Beach House is a restaurant that participates in the Priority Pass network. Priority Pass members with restaurant access get $30 per person off their bill for food and drinks. If a member registers a guest, an additional $30 credit is applied to the bill. To-go or grab-and-go orders aren’t eligible for the credit.

To use the perk, present your Priority Pass card and a boarding pass when getting seated. If the bill exceeds the maximum allowance, you must pay the remainder. An 18% gratuity is automatically applied to the bill, and it is covered by the credit if you do not exceed the $30 allowance.

The menu includes salads, burgers and sandwiches, seafood dishes and tacos, plus a long bar list.

Concourse D is the primary hub facility for American Airlines in Miami, so if you’re flying American, this restaurant option is a nice choice for the variety of food available.

Club America F

Location: Central Terminal, Concourse F, after the security checkpoint on the third floor (the elevator is midway between Concourses H and J)

Hours: 7 a.m. to 9 p.m.

Conditions: Access available for international departures only. Children younger than 2 are admitted free. Alcoholic drinks are available upon request.

The lounge offers refreshments, wireless internet and alcoholic drinks upon request.

Avianca VIP Lounge

Location: South Terminal, Concourse J. From Gate J4, go to the third floor via escalator before taking two left turns to reach the lounge.

Hours: 5 a.m. to 10 p.m.

Conditions: Access is permitted up to four hours before the flight for departing passengers starting in Miami and up to three hours before a flight for connecting passengers. Children under 2 are admitted free.

Visitors will find a self-serve bar and buffet, plus lounge and work areas with great views of planes parked at nearby gates.

How can I access these lounges?

  • Chase Sapphire Reserve®.

  • Citi Prestige® Card.

  • Hilton Honors American Express Aspire Card.

  • The Hilton Honors American Express Business Card (10 visits per cardmember year).

  • Hilton Honors American Express Surpass® Card  (10 visits per cardmember year).

  • Marriott Bonvoy Brilliant™ American Express® Card.

  • The Business Platinum Card® from American Express.

  • The Platinum Card® from American Express.

Terms apply.

Most of these cards offer Priority Pass Select membership, which includes unlimited visits to any of the 1,300+ lounges within the network. Up to two guests can enter free of charge, but terms vary and you should pay attention to entry conditions. Additional guests are $27 to $32 per person.

For travelers with access provided by an American Express card, such as The Platinum Card® from American Express or the Hilton Honors American Express Aspire Card, restaurants are excluded. This means that American Express cardholders with Priority Pass Select membership don’t receive any allowance toward their bill at participating restaurants. Terms apply.

The bottom line

There are five Priority Pass locations in Miami, and access depends on the terminal you’re flying from and time of day. Of the options, one is a restaurant where membership will cover part of the check. The lounge nearest your departure gate (or in your departing concourse) may have reduced hours or have limited access for Priority Pass members, so check the program’s website before you head to the airport.

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