51st and Green Lounge is the one and only lounge in the US Preclearance area at Dublin Airport, located in Terminal 2 after US Preclearance and beside the US departure gates. Let’s take a look at the 51st & Green Lounge all premium passengers traveling to the United Stated have free access. We have been invited to the lounge as part of our our Frequent Flier benefit (Gold member on One World) and here is the 51st and Green honest review below.
51st & Green Lounge location
The Dublin Airport Authority (DAA) 51st and Green lounge is located after the US Preclearance (USPC) meaning that only US-bound customers have access to it. From time to time, you can avail of 51st & Green Lounge discount codes for the 51st and Green lounge. Bookmark this page and get back soon to see if we got any discount code! We are working with Priority Pass to get you deals and discounts to access the 51st and Green lounge in Dublin.
Is 51st and Green Worth It?
Yes it is, 51st and Green is definitely worth the entry price! Located in Terminal 2 after US Preclearance and beside the US departure gates, the 51st & Green lounge is the perfect space away from the busy terminal and somewhere to enjoy some rest and relax before your long haul flight to the United States. For those that love looking at airplanes moving on the apron, the 51st & Green lounge offers breathtaking runway views from the comfort of their main hall.
51st and Green US Preclearance Lounge
The 51st and Green lounge is located at the far end of the US pre-clearance pier. You’ll only be able to access the lounge if on an international flight bound to the US. In general Delta, Aer Lingus and American Airlines have flights that leave from this pier when flying to the US. The maximum stay in the 51st & Green lounge is 3 hours. Customers travelling with kids are welcome: children under 2 years old go free with an adult. It is not very clear if that applies to adults admitted to the lounge as status benefit however, definitely worth a try.
The 51st & Green lounge is mainly furnished with white & green items to offers a calm, quiet and relaxing environment. The name itself shows the relation between Ireland and US. 51st refers to the 51st state being Ireland and green as a symbolic reference to the colour of the emerald island.
Inside the 51st and Green lounge, you can find a small but nice food area with snacks and bites. The menu changes according to the time of the day. There is also a full-service bar with a barista. The entry fee includes access to the lounge and its services, including food and drinks. Most of the customers have free access as part of their airline frequent flyer program.
There are a large number of seats although at busy times you might have to browse around a bit to find a spot. In addition to a relaxed environment, a TV area and a calm atmosphere, the lounge has toilets and showers available on site.
51st & Green Lounge entry fees
The 51st and green lounge entry is priced at €30 per person online or in-person at reception and it is complimentary to business class ticket holders. The lounge entry fee is a bit expensive compared with the other lounges you can find at Dublin Airport or abroad like at Venice Airport – however, there might be discount code to get it for less. The selection of food and drinks is pretty much the same; I guess the difference focuses on the relaxed environment of the 51st & Green lounge.
LoungeKey 51st & Green
Unfortunately, the 51st & Green is not part of the LoungeKey network hence you are not entitled to free lounge access. With a LoungeKey you have free access to the other lounges at Dublin Airport, T1 Lounge and T2 Lounge. LoungeKey membership is free for Curve Metal card holders and for Revolut Premium or Revolut Metal customers.
Lounge services and benefits
The access to the lounge includes a drink for two and several snacks available from the buffet or the bar. At the bar you have an option to order a Barista coffee made to your desire.
Throughout the lounge there is an high speed Wifi connection to work and download content before your flight. On the right side of the lounge you can enjoy entertainment screens with live sports and for those looking for a quit space to work you can find it on the right before entering the main hall.
Toilets and shower facilities are available to freshen up before boarding your flight and – possibly the best service – you have a breath-taking view of the apron and runways at Dublin Airport.
The 51st & Green Lounge is open Monday to Sunday from 07AM until 2.30PM.
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