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Amex opens rebranded Centurion Lounges in Sydney, Melbourne airports

Good news, American Express cardholders!

Amex has reopened its Sydney and Melbourne airport lounges, after a brief closure to rebrand the spaces as part of the global expansion of The Centurion Lounge network.

The lounges, located in the Sydney and Melbourne international departure terminals, offer guests a stylish place to relax before their flights, with complimentary food and drinks, wi-fi and other amenities available.

Following the rebrand, Amex promises an ‘enhanced customer experience’, including an improved food and beverage offering.

Amex has partnered with Australian chef Khanh Ong, of Masterchef fame, to design menu items and train onsite operational teams.

Khanh Ong’s new dishes will land in early 2023.

In the meantime, guests can enjoy Khanh’s signature cocktail, the Quandong Gin and Tonic, which celebrates the native red quandong fruit.

With the addition of Sydney and Melbourne, The Centurion Lounge network now encompasses more than 40 locations around the world.

It’s part of the broader American Express Global Lounge Collection, which offers Centurion and Platinum Card Members unlimited access to more than 1,400 airport lounge locations, in 650 plus cities, across 140 countries and counting.

A number of Amex’s Australian cards also offer two entries each calendar year to the Sydney or Melbourne lounges, such as the Qantas Ultimate Card and Velocity Platinum Card.

Card Members can bring in guests, while their children 17 years of age or younger can enter for free.

The Sydney lounge is located at T1 Departures and is open from 6 am to 10 pm every day. The Melbourne space is located at T2 Departures and is open each day from 6 am to 11 pm.

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