After a dopamine-fueled, adrenaline rush of a weekend in Sin City, there’s no better way to wind down than a quick visit here. A calm, quiet, low-key atmosphere away from the busy terminal awaits. Enjoy amazing views of the terminal, sip on a cocktail, or relapse into a quick beauty nap.
NOTE: Children under 12 years old are admitted free with an adult. This lounge (located in Concourse D) is accessible via tram from both Terminals 1 and 3.
A pleasant place to relax, get some beverages and snacks, and wifi. The staff was very friendly, but this is a basic lounge. No restroom inside lounge! Snacks are basic. Result is slightly overpriced.
Nice staff. I came late so not sure if there's supposed to be more food options available. Good alcohol selection.
Quaint little lounge, light snacks and limited drinks. Very clean and friendly service. Outlets everywhere :)
If the Centurion Lounge is really crowded (like on Sundays), the Club is a great place to get some quiet & away from the crowds.
Great small lounge. Tasty snacks. Great bar. Nice staff. And open late, so good to bounce over here after Centurion closes. God, I sound like a lounge geek.
This tiny lounge can be 1-3 stars depending on when you access - I'm giving 3 since now it's really quiet and there's super nice lady hosting. Decent open bar selection, bring your own burrito.
It's a small lounge but since I gave up my Amex Platinum in favor of Citi Prestige, this lounge is a nice consolation if you can't access the Centurion Lounge anymore. Popcorn bar is fun and open bar.
Booked via LoungeBuddy. Small but quiet, clean, friendly place. Good snacks and seemed like a well stocked bar.
Amazing staff. Small space but layout is fine. Definitely worth $35 if you want to relax away from the masses.
Quality snacks would be appreciated.
Make sure you go to the same lounge in Terminal 3. The 1 in terminal 1 has no showers and only popcorn and chips/fruit to eat. There isn't even a restroom in this one :(
Nice, clean, good beverage selection but very small. One thing that helps is there are two separate rooms, one designated as a quiet working area.
Pretty basic. No dedicated wifi but staff was friendly. Tea, coffee, oatmeal, cup of noodles, chips, and fruits in the morning.
I was in this lounge for like 7 hours on a long delay and it was very comfortable and convenient. The staff was attentive and for $35 it was definitely worth it.
Small lounge that is separated into two rooms. One being the reception/TV room, and the other being a quiet work room overlooking the atrium. It's good if you want quiet from Centurion Lounge.
Extremely small lounge. Decent drink selection and a quiet place to work, but the lounge is separated into several rooms making it feel choppy. Centurion Lounge is a much better choice if you're in D.
Not bad for a quick stop. Not the best decor but had good soup, quick service and lots of plug-ins for power.
Was clean and staff were very helpful. Little small but there weren't many people in the lounge so we were comfortable.
Very small lounge; friendly staff and good selection of complimentary drinks. OK for a few hours if get a near a plug.
Though the food is not so great, the beverages are good and the staff is friendly. In addition, this is a great, quiet lounge to relax in.
I love this little lounge. Popcorn bar rocks. Well stocked bar and ample snacks. While it's a far stretch from, say, an Emirates first class lounge, it's quaintness and friendly staff make it 4 stars.
For $35, it was decent. Good selection of drinks, however, no food, bathrooms or showers. Seating is not comfortable. If you're an AMEX cardholder go to the Centurion and pay the extra $15.
Wonderful little lounge. Small but cozy. The staff were great. Good fruit/snack selections. I totally recommend it.
Modern looking lounge but is extremely small. Seating for maybe 25 people. There's a small bar with a good selection but snacks are very limited.
A quiet lounge with two rooms: a main area with snacks/bar/front desk and a separate room with work spaces. Staff was friendly, and the main limitation for the lounge is its small size.
If the Centurion is crowded & you want some quiet, this is a nice place to stop. There's a bar counter w/stools & plugs so you can work on your laptop easily. Staff is super nice.
Very basic lounge, not worth the effort unless you are departing from concourse D. Small seating area with sofa and the rest is hard uncomfortable chairs. Good drink selection, no hot food or bathroom.
It's way smaller than you would ever expect. Maybe 1,000 sqft quiet. Nice staff.
There wasn't too much food but the service was good along with the drink selection. They don't do all the freemiums like united et al do with their lounges which is nice for a change!
Not worth your time. There isn't even a bathroom.
Small lounge, staff is friendly, but snack option is inexistant. Used the one in Terminal 3, they had sandwiches, hard boiled eggs, cheeses, soups. No proteins here, just popcorn and chips.
Nothing great but OK enough. Quite small and can get cramped. Decent bar. Snacks consist of a few diff types of popcorn, granola bars, pretzels, chips, nuts and some fruit.
This lounge is very small. I ended up coming here one night after the Centurion Lounge closed, since The Club is open later. No private restroom, not a ton of seating. Furniture is worn, layout is bad.
Only knock is no bathroom. While it is small, I have never felt crowded here.
Poor selection of snacks, tables not cleared, barely any seating, staff were not friendly. The bar appeared well stocked but the spread was sad. Cup of noodles and Oreos. Wouldn’t bother coming back.
Extremely basic lounge - hotter than the sun inside and doesn’t smell great either. Very small, food options abysmal. If I had had to pay money for this, I would be extremely angry!
This is a very clean lounge with a good selection of food, and a helpful staff.
Excellent service from Jeff! I asked him for a few things while here and he was totally on top of the service. Limited snacks available, good bar, quiet, and comfortable.
Super small lounge but great lighting and friendly staff. Clean and quiet but could use more outlets and seating.
It’s okay but not the best. If you need a quick rest before or after your flight you will be fine but if you are looking for quality and a private bathroom this is not your spot.
I’m not sure what the other reviews had a problem with. Quiet, comfortable, and has an espresso machine! Have a membership through credit card, well worth the tram ride from the C concourse.
No bathroom! Very few power plugs. Too small for a high volume airport.
Super small. A few snacks, but nothing hot. If you have access to the Centurion Lounge, I recommend you skip this lounge. The drink selection is good.
Fairly small lounge with no restroom, no private wifi (directs use of airport wifi), but that wifi was reliable and the snack selection was good, bar well stocked & staff cleaned often.
Stopped here because there are no Sky Clubs at LAS. Not much of an improvement from sitting at the gate. No bathroom, cheap snacks, no dedicated WiFi, small space. Amex Platinum go to Centurion lounge.
If you have to pay to use this lounge, don't. It's the least impressive lounge I've ever been to.... Delta, if you're listening, please build a Sky Club at LAS!
A lounge away from the foot traffic for sure, however, the customer service was some of the worst around. The same individual checking people in was also working the bar. Cup of noodles and Oreos!
There were only 2 other people in there when we arrived at 7am on a Wednesday. Nothing fancy but nice to get away from the crowds and noise at the gate. Entered with Priority Pass.
Good, but small. No hot items, but decent snacks. Ok if you're already in the terminal, but don't go out of your way.
Visited the lounge around 10:30 PM on May 21. There was no attendant at the bar. The trash containers were overflowing. The hot water dispenser was empty.
Small lounge, friendly staff but no restrooms inside.
We decided to sit in the terminal, it's better. The lounge was poorly laid out, with tables not cleared after people had clearly left. The worst lounge I've been to.
Very basic compared to the Amex lounge.
Not worth the purchase. Should be $15.00 access fee.
Overlooking the Central Rotunda, up the escalators on the left side, before Gate D16.
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