Priority Pass Review: Las Vegas International Airport

Updated: Oct 16, 2019

If you are a Priority Pass member and are traveling through Las Vegas International Airport, you have some options to enjoy.

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Ever heard of Priority Pass?

No? Well it is a network of worldwide lounges and restaurants. You can purchase a membership package directly through the Priority Pass website or be automatically granted a free Priority Pass Select membership that comes with certain luxury credit cards like the Chase Sapphire Reserve.

Are you a Priority Pass member?

If you are great, then you know how great of a benefit it is while traveling. From lounge access to free food and gifts at various airports world-wide, it's a valuable perk to have.

If you aren't a Priority Pass member yet, you're in luck. You can sign up using my Priority Pass affiliate link here and save 20% your first year. As a member you have access to over 1,000 lounges world-wide!

My advice is to get the free Priority Pass Select membership when you sign up for the Chase Sapphire Reserve credit card.

The main difference between the Priority Pass Prestige and the Priority Pass Select membership is that if you bring a guest to a lounge it will cost you $32 per guest (through Standard, Standard Plus & Prestige) versus free access for guests (through Select).

The other huge benefit is that some airports also have participating restaurants, bistros and bars that offer each member and their guest(s) a credit of $28 each.

Disclaimer: Please note that lounges and restaurants which exceed their seating limit will use their own discretion in allowing Priority Pass members and their guests.

Priority Pass Lounges at LAS

After a long weekend of partying in Sin City aka Las Vegas, Nevada you'll want to enjoy a nice, quiet space to wind down until you catch your flight out of here.

Lucky for you and your guest(s), you will have access to two separate lounges (both called The Club in LAS) in Terminals 1 and 3.

The Club at LAS in Terminal 1

If you are flying out of Terminal 1, you'll have access to The Club at LAS, which is open daily from 5:30 AM to 12:30 AM.

This is the smaller of the two lounges. As a matter of fact, compared to other Priority Pass lounges that I've checked out, this is a very tiny lounge, but it does offer you a quiet refuge away from the busy terminal.

After you check in, you'll walk inside and head right to a small lounge area with a bar. If you walk counter-clockwise around the bar, there another small area with tables and a long table along the window where you could also plug your device in and hangout while watching passengers go up and down the escalator in the terminal.

Food is restricted to basically instant noodles and light snacks. The best thing about this lounge is the ability to plug your devices and to grab a couple free drinks. Also, there isn't a restroom, so you'll have to use the terminal restrooms.

The Club at LAS in Terminal 3

Of the two lounges, the one located in Terminal 3 is the better one.

Starting with the size, this lounge has the size of actual full-size lounge with plenty of hangout areas to choose from. There's a large bar area with stools and additional seating and two separate lounge areas with couches, tables and plenty of chairs.

The amenities include a shower (which isn't that great, but at least you have the option to freshen up if you need to), a variety of food (fresh vegetables, sandwiches, soup) and the aforementioned bar.

I really liked the service at this lounge compared to the one in Terminal 1 because they have a bigger staff and are very attentive.


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