Disclaimer: This flight was at the very end of December 2019 as part of my, and my “BRU boys”, Delta elite mileage run to keep my Diamond status with Delta for 2020.
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With that, on to the review:
For years there have been two “The Club” lounges at Las Vegas airport. One of them was decent size while the other was a closet and not worth visiting and especially so when the very good Amex Centurion lounge was right around the corner from the old The Club closet. That has now changed.
If you have Priority Pass Select from one of there are the several cards offering complimentary membership, you and 2 guests may enter. They may or may not impose the 3 hours before flight limit depending on how crowded the lounge is and on our visit it was rather packed as you will see.
As you enter, just down the hall from check-in, there are bathrooms and showers (request access at the front desk).
Just across from the bathrooms is a tiny seating area that has the one perk of lounge chairs to stretch out on.
As you enter the main area, just to your right on the wall, you will find newspapers if that is your thing (and you don’t have a phone or tablet or computer to read news on in 2020).
The main dining/food court area is wedge-shaped and, as mentioned, was rather crowded but there is much more seating.
Not just more but also a much better view of the outside world (and jets if you are an Avgeek).
Finally, there is a bar with complementary bottom-shelf drinks and wine. On to the other beverage and snack choices.
Flavored waters and coffee as well as a rather wide assortment of snack bits were presented on our visit. One of my traveling companions tried gummy bears and wasabi peas. If you have not tried hot gummy bears – please don’t – yuck! Now the food selection.
Very popular choices by the guests were the soup and salad bar with staff struggling to keep up with the demand.
Like most The Club lounges mini sandwiches were also served and were also a popular choice.
Lastly for dessert cookies and brownies (if you did not get enough of the snack choices at the other station).
Overall this upgraded lounge is a HUGE improvement over the old location. However, if you have access (or can be guested in) to the Amex Centurion one concourse over that is a MUCH better choice with superior drink and dining choices.
Have you been to the new The Club at LAS? Did you enjoy your visit? – Rene
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