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The Club CHS | Reviews and discussion

The Club CHS | Reviews and discussion

Old Aug 19, 19, 4:47 am
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The Club CHS | Reviews and discussion

Started my day in the club in Charleston today. It's a smallish facility. Opens at 5am, but hot food not available until 5:30, but it was out before that. They had scrambled eggs, bacon and breakfast potatoes, as well as oatmeal. Three cut fruit, a couple more while food. Coffee machine, cereal (but no milk or bowls in sight). English muffin, bagels, pastries, 3 juices, water, various tea selection, cold creaps. That's about it for food. Two single unisex bathrooms, one computer with printer/ scanner and 2 TVs, oddly placed where only 8 people could watch. Plenty of seating, good views odd the inside of the airport. Typical slowish process to get in.
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Old Aug 21, 19, 2:56 pm
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IN the club now, pretty small. I would imagine when the BA787 business class gets here it is pretty crowded
Didn't take many pics as it is probably 60% full now
Food is decent - small wraps - salad stuff - Mac and Cheese that has been warmed too long - soup looked decent
No ice for drinks, but water, soda (in fridge under food area) coffee are available and bar and liquor license are coming.
The “Chia Recharge mix” has chocolate covered coffee beans. Depending if you want it be awake or asleep on your flight. YMMV

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Old Sep 29, 19, 12:38 pm
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Here today before my B6 flight at 1245, and it has gotten quite crowded. Same as mentioned before about food, with soup, mac n' cheese, salad station, and a few other nibbles, along with the dry/candy station. One disappointing thing is that they apparently don't have their liquor license yet? The front desk agent suggested going down to the market below on the concourse to bring stuff up. The market is overpriced, even for an airport, but a few beers while watching NFL football today are always needed. Overall, not as nice as the other "The Club" locations I've found in the US (PIT, BWI, others). But nice to have an option.
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