The 1,320-square-meter KAL lounge contains 305 seats, four private lounge rooms, shower facilities, and a balcony that overlooks the terminal below. The entrance to the lounge features artwork depicting the Changdeok...
Priority Pass and other lounge membership access is limited to 11:00 am - 05:00 pm daily. Cardholders will NOT be admitted to the lounge outside of these hours. Lounge access is only permitted up to 3 hours before your scheduled flight departure.
Entrants with Priority Pass and other lounge memberships are limited to two guests per cardholder, subject to a per person charge, where applicable. Access may be restricted due to space constraints.
Children under 2 years are admitted free with an adult. All children must be accompanied by an adult.
Los Angeles International AirportLAX•QLA, Los Angeles, California, United States
Located in International Terminal (Inside Security). After security, take the elevators to the entrance at the south end of Level 5.
Travel times are estimates and are not guaranteed. Airports may require you to re-clear security and immigration control to reach the lounge. Clearing security might require a boarding pass departing from the terminal. For lounges inside security or immigration, you must first check your baggage and obtain your boarding pass.
Worth a DetourGot some time? Worth the visit. Spent a few hours here, friendly service, decent food and self-serve well bar. No idea what previous comments were about; place was clean and spacious.
Charles•28 February 2020
OutstandingLounge is best one accessible to Priority Pass holders. Food is decent. Lots of space to sit and work. Don’t know why people are complaining about it.
Anonymous•27 February 2020
Needs ImprovementI would truly prefer to sit in the terminal. This lounge was dirty, the food was extremely limited and the beverages choices were slim. The highlight of it is certainly the view from the deck.
Anonymous•21 February 2020
Needs ImprovementFood was embarrassingly bad. Seating upholstery was filthy. At least there was no music being piped in.