Terminal 3/D-Gates, Las Vegas Airport
This is my review of The Club LAS.
I’ve previously reviewed The Club at E-Gates – but this lounge is by far better.
I’ve been impressed with the The Club lounges I’ve recently visited and this was another very good lounge!
It has to be said that the choices of airline lounges in Las Vegas are pretty poor – I was flying with American Airlines in First Class, but there was no Admirals Club to visit, nor, at least a the time, was there any non-airline lounge available to American Airlines passengers.
The lounge is open daily from 06:30 to 22:30.
I gained entry via my Priority Passs.
Access can also by gained through paying around $50, and possibly with other memberships.
How to Get There
Once you’re through Security you’ll take a train to D-Gates.
Follow the signs to take you towards D32, and you’ll see the entrance to the lounge opposite gate D32.
On a visit to another The Club lounge in Charlotte, I was impressed with the offering The Club had – and I was similarly impressed here.
There is a fair amount of casual seating, and also my favourite ‘working pods’.
There is a surprisingly large dining/restaurant area.
There are loads of places to work.
There is also a quiet room/relaxing/sleeping area.
All in all, I was impressed by the lounge’s offering and it has lots of different areas for whatever you may want to do!
Food and Drink
Whist there are a few self-service drinks, most of the drinks are available from the bar.
The bar has an excellent range of drinks – and all of them are included.
The lounge offers food on two basis – either self-service food, or ordering via the QR code.
On my visit it was breakfast time, and despite not ‘doing breakfast’, I found some good options on the menu.
The Wifi was excellent, and I was getting 40mps up and down – which is very fast indeed!
There are showers in this lounge, which are booked via the App. I didn’t visit the showers as I’d already showered at my hotel.
Compared to the lounge over at E-Gates, this lounge is worlds apart, in a much better way.
Las Vegas is really rather short of lounges for the large amount of flights it has – and this is a really good lounge to visit!