The Guide to Priority Pass in Las Vegas

The Priority Pass airport lounge program allows members access to over 1,500 airport lounges and restaurants worldwide. Two of those Priority Pass locations are at Harry Reid International Airport in Las Vegas.

The airport has two separate terminal buildings, Terminal 1 and Terminal 3. There’s one Priority Pass lounge in each terminal, and you can move between the two terminals post-security by tram if you want.

The Club, which runs nearly two dozen airports around the U.S. (as well as a few in the U.K.) operates both lounges.

Whether you’ve got a flight delay, a long layover or just need to kill time before your flight, these two Priority Pass lounges in Las Vegas can be a nice place to hang out. There, you’ll find complimentary refreshments and a comfier seat than you’d likely find in the general terminal.

Here’s a guide to those two LAS Priority Pass lounges.

Where to find LAS Priority Pass lounges

The entrance to the lounge at Terminal 1. (Photo by Sally French)

The Club LAS, Terminal 1 (near Gate D33): This lounge is located after security on Level 2 of Terminal 1 near Gate D33.

You can also get to this lounge from Terminal 3, though you’ll have to first hop on the Red Line train. Budget 15-20 minutes of commute time (one-way) if you’re coming from Terminal 3.

The Club LAS, Terminal 3 (across from Gate E2): This lounge is located after security in Terminal 3 by Gate E2.

Just as you’d ride the Red Line train to get from Terminal 3 to Terminal 1, you’d board the same train in the opposite direction to get to this lounge from Terminal 1. Again, account for that same commute time.

What to expect inside the LAS Priority Pass lounges

Since The Club runs both Priority Pass lounges, expect similar quality furnishings, snacks and other amenities. Here’s a look inside the Terminal 1 version of the lounge:

Food

(Photo by Sally French)

Food at The Club is a mix of self-service buffet and made-to-order dishes. All the food inside is complimentary.

Crispy breaded cauliflower is served with a chimichurri aioli dipping sauce. (Photo by Sally French)

To order, you scan a QR code at your table or counter seat, which takes you to a website where you can choose from a variety of menu items. Choose as many dishes as you want — and order as many times as you want.

The Protein Bowl consists of roasted veggies topped with chicken, black beans, corn, pico de gallo and avocado. (Photo by Sally French)

Portion sizes are relatively small, so count on ordering at least a few plates if you’re seeking a full meal. Menu items include chicken tacos, soup, breaded cauliflower and a protein bowl.

Besides the made-to-order items, you can access a self-service buffet anytime.

(Photo by Sally French)

There, you’ll find tea and an espresso maker that whips up coffee beverages, including lattes and mochas.

(Photo by Sally French)

There’s also a salad bar and fruit.

Seating

The seating is varied, providing options for your lounge activity of choice — whether that’s snoozing, dining or getting work done. One room, which is separated from the food, features couches and chairs with footrests that might accommodate a more comfortable nap.

(Photo by Sally French)

Counter seating makes it possible to get work done. There are a good number of power outlets. Plus, Wi-Fi is free.

(Photo by Sally French)

There’s a good amount of seating, but this lounge can sometimes get packed. Occasionally, there’s even a waitlist to get in.

Accessing Priority Pass lounges in Las Vegas

You could theoretically get in to both Las Vegas Priority Pass locations in a single day, and you could bring a friend. Here’s what you need to know about admission and guest policies.

How to get in to the LAS Priority Pass lounges

Many people access these two lounges by purchasing Priority Pass membership, which typically costs from $99 to $469 a year. That said, you can score complimentary membership through many premium travel credit cards.

Top cards with Priority Pass

The Platinum Card® from American Express

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Marriott Bonvoy Brilliant® American Express® Card

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The Hilton Honors American Express Business Card

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U.S. Bank Altitude™ Reserve Visa Infinite® Card

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Priority Pass benefits


Priority Pass Select membership. Enrollment required.

Priority Pass Select membership. Enrollment required.

10 complimentary Priority Pass lounge visits per year. Enrollment required.

Eight free Priority Pass lounge visits per year.

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Both LAS Priority Pass lounges are located airside (past the security checkpoint); you’ll need your membership, a same-day boarding pass and a valid ID to get past security and in to a lounge.

Can I bring a friend?

Children under age two are admitted free. For everyone else, the ability to bring a guest depends on the terms of your Priority Pass membership.

  • Membership: If you purchased membership through Priority Pass, you’ll typically need to pay $35 to bring a guest with you.

  • Card perks: If you have membership through a credit card, you might be able to bring a guest or two for free. For example, Chase Sapphire Reserve® members can bring up to two guests for free. Check the terms of your credit card so see if guests are included.

  • Day passes: Anyone can purchase a day pass for either of the two lounges, which typically costs $50. With a day pass, you can enter up to three hours before your scheduled flight departure.

Other Las Vegas airport lounges to know

The Club LAS lounges aren’t the only lounges at the Las Vegas airport. And in fact, they’re far from the best.

But The Club lounges rank among the easiest to get in to — especially if you have a credit card that offers Priority Pass.

Travel credit cards can offer all sorts of value, ranging from the ability to earn bonus points to travel insurance coverage for purchases made on the card. And given the complimentary food and drinks you can nosh on at Priority Pass lounges like these, premium travel credit cards can make waiting in airports just a little bit better.

To view rates and fees of The Platinum Card® from American Express, see this page.
To view rates and fees of the Marriott Bonvoy Brilliant® American Express® Card, see this page.
To view rates and fees of the Hilton Honors American Express Card, see this page.

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