August 16, 2018

The Club At LAS Review

The Club at LAS is located in the Las Vegas airport and past security.  It is above and to the right of the entrance of terminal D after exiting the tram from the main terminal.  When walking out of the airport tram, head up the escalator to the second floor and make a left turn. Follow the railing back, almost directly above the airport tram and you will reach the club.

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Hours

The club is open daily from 6am to 2am.

Access

Access to the club is free for Priority Pass, Lounge Club, and Diners Club card holders.  A day pass to the club is available for $35.

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Services

Available services at the club include: telephones, Wi-Fi access, PC’s, free snacks & drinks, free alcoholic drinks, newspapers, magazines, and TVs.

Visited May 2016

After checking out from the MGM Grand, I took a taxi to the Las Vegas airport and headed towards the Las Vegas airport lounge in terminal D.  The club is centrally located at the entrance to terminal D.  Signs for the lounge are clearly visible to customers walking through the terminal.  The lounge itself is relatively compact and has a square shape.

The lounge entrance has a single check-in desk.  The check-in is relatively easy and the desk attendant was friendly.  The right side of the lounge has two small clusters of chairs with a single TV on the left wall.  A large, well lit screen on the back wall displays airline departure information.

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A small bar is located on the back wall.  Available drink options include free soft drinks and a small selection of domestic beer, house liquor and wine.  Additional premium beer, liquor, and wine choices are available for an additional charge.

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The back wall of the main lounge area has a small selection of snacks, which included popcorn, pretzels, and trail mix.

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Layout

Walking past the bar will bring you into the other half of the lounge area.  This side of the lounge includes a small self service coffee and tea bar with a few pastries.  The back wall has a small selection of fruit, chips, and self serve food. The back wall includes a 2nd airline information display board.

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Seating on the backside of the lounge includes a single row of stools which overlooks the airport rotunda and two tables with four chairs that have a view of the airplane departure gates of terminal D.

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A single computer terminal with a printer is available in the lounge. The computer terminal was occupied the entire time i was in the lounge so i didn’t have a chance to use it while i was there. The lounge does have free Wi-Fi access and the password is readily available and displayed at the front desk. Open power outlets are available throughout the club.

Pros

The staff is friendly and keeps the lounge clean.
A day pass is cheaper than some of the larger airline branded lounges.
There is a variety of drink options.

Cons

The lounge is very small and can quickly get crowded during peak times.
No restroom facility inside the lounge. Customers are required to walk outside and around the corner to the public airport restrooms.
Computer access is limited to a single computer.
Food and snack options are limited.

Final Thoughts

If your looking for a basic no frills lounge and you have free access, the Club at Las is a good option. Lounge options in terminal D are limited to a United Airlines club and the Amex Centurion lounge.  The Club at Las is available to customers that don’t have access to the other two lounges or would rather pay a lower day charge fee.  Just be aware that the Club at Las is very small and has more limited services available to customers.

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Travel enthusiast that spent years flying in the back of planes and staying at cheaper hotels in order to save a little money. After learning how to leverage airline and hotel loyalty programs, I've developed an interest in luxury travel and write about my experiences with it.

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