DENVER — Denver International Airport is officially home to United Airlines' largest airport club space to date.
The 35,000-square-foot club being billed as United's "largest club in the world" is located in DIA's B Concourse and features more than 600 seats across three levels, according to a press release. United Club travelers can find the new lounge near gate B44.
The new club is part of United Airlines' (Nasdaq: UAL) nearly $1 billion investment into expansion efforts at DIA, its second-largest hub in terms of air traffic.
Listed amenities of the new club include Wi-Fi, light snacks and a full-service bar, which is a focal point of the space.
The design of the bar was inspired by "Denver's beer scene" and it offers travelers a beer-tasting experience with 10 local and craft beers to try. Selections include brews from New Belgium, Great Divide, Denver Beer Company and Upslope. The bar also features a mural by visual artist Charlo Garcia Walterbach.
>Read the full article and see the slideshow of the new club at the Denver Business Journal.
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