Lounge Review: The Club at LAS


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The Club at LAS has two locations at McCarran International Airport, though ours is the one that is in Terminal 1 by gate D16, airside, right after you get off the train and head up the escalator and is a Priority Pass lounge, meaning that’d I’d be able to access with my Priority Pass Select Membership, which is a benefit of my Platinum Card from American Express.

Hours are daily from 5:00 am – 12:30 am, and note that there is another Club at LAS at Terminal 3 lounge is located across from Gate E2.

It’s important to note, if you’re looking for a premium lounge with hot food at Las Vegas, check out the American Express Centurion Lounge also in Terminal 1.

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Club at LAS entrance

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Limited selection of snacks
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Lounge seating area

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Selection of popcorn in the lounge

You can gain access to Priority Pass Select, which will get you lounge access here for free by being a cardholder of The Platinum Card® from American Express or The Business Platinum Card® from American Express OPEN or by paying the $35 entry fee to this lounge.

Be sure to check out Priority Pass Lounge Review: The Club at PHX, and Priority Pass Lounge Review: The Club at ATL.

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Comments

  1. Normally would never comment or call you out but…
    You call this a review? You literally put a few pictures with descriptions and then affiliate links. No opinion, no anything. Absolutely worthless.

  2. I’m a different Jason, but with the same opinion. This place is horrible. There was about 5 of us in there, and it felt packed to the rafters. It looks so nice from down below where the train puts you out, but once you are inside, you realize that what you see from outside, is pretty much all there is, so unless you want the free booze, it’s more relaxing in the terminal…..

  3. This lounge is really tiny, about 10-15 people. It’s all right if you are there for a drink or two before boarding.

    There is a much bigger lounge at Terminal 3 concourse E. Go there if you are staying longer the 15 minutes.

  4. I also have found that lounge to be small and poorly equipped. There is only one little single-serving coffee machine, which takes a couple minutes to make each cup. So people have to line up to get coffee. The snacks are stale popcorn or bagged potato chips; no fruit, vegetables, or cheese, which are all common at other domestic lounges.

    There is an Amex Centurion Lounge nearby, which is larger and better equipped (though also crowded).

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