Beginning June 4, customers traveling in and out of Newark Liberty International Airport can experience the ‘United Polaris’ Lounge at the airport.
The United Airline’s new Polaris lounge at Newark Liberty International Airport exhibits distinct local flair throughout and when visitors first enter, they will be greeted with a vibrant lighting fixture created by Brooklyn-based art and design laboratory Richard Clarkson Studio that is meant to mimic the constellations of the 12 zodiac signs.
United Polaris Lounge at EWR Facts & Highlights
– More than 27,000 square feet – 455 seats – 15 different types of seating – 570 power outlets and 450 USB ports – 4 private phone rooms – 10 private daybeds outfitted with Saks Fifth Avenue bedding – 10 luxurious shower suites, featuring rainfall showers and Soho House & Co’s Cowshed Spa products – Personal valet services, including steaming garments – A private dining area with table service for up to 48 guests featuring a menu that blends global trends with familiar comfort foods, developed by New York Chef John Glowacki.
The opening of the United Polaris lounge at New York/Newark closely follows the debut of the United Polaris lounge at San Francisco International Airport in April. The United Polaris lounge at George Bush Intercontinental in Houston will open this summer, followed by the lounge at Los Angeles International Airport this fall.
United Polaris lounge at Newark Liberty International Airport is conveniently located in Terminal C, following security screening, between Gates C102 and C120.
United plans to add one aircraft with the new United Polaris business class seat every 10 days from now through 2020. Beginning July 1, every seat in the United Polaris cabin will be provisioned with a cooling gel pillow. The gel pillow, previously available by request, has proven to be one of the most popular items of United Polaris bedding.