I was flying Delta back from Hawaii to the mainland so I used the free lounge access benefit of my American Express Platinum card to visit the Delta Sky Club at the Honolulu airport.
The Delta Sky Club lounge is located at the main concourse across from gate 13 in the Overseas Terminal of HNL.
The receptionist at the lounge was friendly and offered me some chocolate.
My immediate impression of this Delta Sky Club lounge was that it was very crowded. Even though the Delta Club was fairly large with plenty of seating, it was hard to find a free seat – especially one with an outlet so I can recharge my phone.
It was difficult to take photos of the seating areas because the lounge was so crowded. I was visiting in the early afternoon right before all the evening Delta flights departing for the mainland.
There are no views at this lounge. The Delta Sky Club has no windows or natural light but it is still well lit.
The food choices were pretty good. There was a decent selection of food, including hot and cold options.
Hot food options included macaroni and cheese, chicken noodle soup and chili & rice.
There were no bottles of water or cans of soft drinks to grab for the flight.
There was a bar to order alcoholic drinks, including complimentary Mai Tais and margaritas.
Overall, the Delta Sky Club at the Honolulu Airport had a good selection of food and drinks but it was very busy and difficult to find available seats and outlets.
Index (rest of series):
Delta Sky Club, Minneapolis-St. Paul Airport (Concourse F/G)
Delta One First Class, Minneapolis to Honolulu
Hyatt Centric Waikiki Beach
Hawaiian Airlines Economy Class from Honolulu to Kauai
The St. Regis Princeville Resort in Kauai
Delta Sky Club Honolulu Airport (this post)
IASS Hawaii Lounge
Delta One First Class, Honolulu to Minneapolis
Escape Lounge at MSP (Minneapolis Airport)
Delta Sky Club, Concourse C, Minneapolis (MSP)
It’s been some time since I’ve visited this SkyClub. Despite it being so busy, would you return again? I generally do not find cans or water bottles at Skyclubs as they have the self service machines for most of that. Sometimes you can find juice, Ginger Ale, etc. in cans but not the main sodas.
Hi John, I still would stop by the Delta Sky Club in Honolulu if I had free access – mostly for the food. Who knows maybe it wouldn’t be as crowded next time.