Priority Pass members – and anyone else willing to pay for a day pass – can enjoy a new airport lounge in Terminal D at Dallas Fort Worth International Airport.

The 2,528-square-foot Club DFW, now open near the terminal’s Gate 25, is divided into five distinct “zones”.

The Privacy Zone will have private rooms and cocoon-style chairs for travellers who want to make a phone or Skype call free of disturbances.

The Replenish Zone will feature a hot and cold buffet, snacks, and bar with complimentary premium spirits. Craft cocktails and the local beer list were created by noted mixologist Kathy Casey; there’s also a “Hydration Station” with non-alcoholic drinks, including a variety of fruit and herb infused waters.

The Productivity Zone has desk-height work counters with electrical outlets as well as ergonomic chairs, computer workstations, and printers.

The Relax Zone has seating for socializing or watching TV, and finally the Refresh Zone has restrooms, showers, and spa-quality bath amenities.

Access will be available to a broad range of Priority Pass’ Lounge Pass and Lounge Key holders as well as affiliated credit card owners.

The new DFW lounge is one of 18 operated by Airport Lounge Development (ALD).

The Club DFW joins a new American Express Centurion Lounge which also recently opened within Terminal D – for a review of this facility see:

Lounge review: Centurion Lounge, Dallas Fort-Worth