The Club at LAS
- Complimentary snacks
- Complimentary soft drinks
- Complimentary house wine and beer
- Complimentary liquor
- Air conditioning
- Flight information monitors
- Newspapers and magazines
The Club at LAS at Las Vegas Harry Reid Airport Concourse E has the distinction of being the only lounge in Concourse E. It is therefore used by a variety of airlines – both domestic carriers such as Alaska Airlines and foreign airlines such as British Airways and Korean Air. In addition, The Club at LAS welcomes Priority Pass members, as well as all passengers on a paid-in basis, regardless of airline or class or service.
Note that there are two The Club at LAS locations. The other lounge in Concourse D is a far smaller club with virtually no amenities. As a paying user, you can move between the two locations at no cost.
The Club at LAS LAS design
The Club at LAS Terminal 3 is one of the largest lounges at McCarran airport. The expansive space is divided into three rooms, with a large bar and dining area next to the reception desk, followed by two seating areas.
Located at the heart of the terminal building, the club doesn’t have a single window. Patrons will therefore miss out on the Nevada sunshine and views of the Las Vegas strip or mountains, which are a staple of the other lounges. Fortunately, the décor does a good job at accommodating this restriction. The use of hardwoods, earth desert tones and smart lighting create a pleasant vibe, while the walls are adorned with a collection of pictures of Las Vegas as well as niches with flower bouquets – an elegant touch.
The fairly spacious seating layout features comfortable individual seats with side tables, as well as clusters of chairs around coffee tables. The back room is more geared towards relaxation, with recliners and ottomans. Unfortunately, power outlets are few and far between – they can only be found along the walls – though laptop users will find a few open workspaces with built-in outlets.
The first room with the bar features a large high communal table with power outlets, as well as a number of dining tables.
Overall, the space is very functional and comfortably accommodates solo travelers and groups alike, with a number of options for laptop users. The design isn’t cutting edge but the club feels fresh and well maintained. With a ray of sunlight, it’d be an even more pleasant place to relax.
The Club at LAS LAS amenities
The Club at LAS Concourse E features a sizeable selection of food and beverages. In buffet area, patrons will find fresh salads, soups, an array of sandwiches, and fruit. There’s also a plethora of junk food options including an assortment of flavored popcorn, potato chips, and various snacks. In a nod to Korean Air customers, noodle cups are also available. Coming from the sister The Club in Concourse D, the selection is very impressive. Ultimately, the fare is decidedly simple but varied enough for a light meal, and we appreciate the availability of a salad bar as a healthy option.
A wide array of complimentary soft and alcoholic beverages is available from the bar. There is also a Segafredo espresso machine along with an assortment of syrups.
The lounge features one shower room which is functional, albeit not especially attractive. Basic bath amenities are provided in shared dispensers, and towels are available from the reception desk.
Other amenities include a selection of newspapers and magazines. For Wi-Fi access, patrons get a code allowing them to connect to the airport’s network free of charge.
The Club at LAS LAS bottom line
Overall, the Club at LAS at Las Vegas Harry Reid airport Concourse E is a spacious, pleasant and well-appointed lounge, with a solid beverage offering and a good food spread for a contract lounge. The complete lack of windows and daylight is unfortunate, and the space could really benefit from additional power outlets. The Club at LAS is an excellent domestic departure lounge, while as an international business class lounge, it delivers on all the basics.
- The spacious layout.
- The pleasant décor.
- The food and beverage selection.
- The shower room.
- The lack of windows and daylight.
- The limited number of power outlets.
The Club at LAS at Las Vegas, NV - Harry Reid (LAS) welcomes:
- Pay-in customers: relax at the lounge no matter what airline you're flying. Purchase access now and save time and money.
- Select premium customers and elite members departing on an airline served by this lounge (see airlines served).
You may have access to The Club at LAS as a premium customer of one of the following airlines, or as an elite member of their frequent flyer program. Check the Access rules tab for more details.
Access for eligible customers traveling on the following oneworld member airlines only.
|Alaska Airlines (AS)||British Airways (BA)|
Access for eligible customers traveling on the following SkyTeam member airlines only.
|Aeromexico (AM)||Korean Air (KE)||Virgin Atlantic (VS)|
|Condor (DE)||Edelweiss (WK)||El Al (LY)|
|Eurowings Discover (4Y)||Hainan Airlines (HU)|
The following is a typical sample selection. Actual choices may vary. All food and drinks are complimentary.
- Amstel Light
- Coors Light
- Beck’s Dark
- Bud Light
- Sycamore Lane Cabernet
- Sycamore Lane Merlot
- Sycamore Lane Chardonnay
- Sycamore Lane Pino Grigio
- Domaine Ste. Michelle Blanc Champagne
- Triple Sec
- Vermouth, Dry
- Vermouth, Sweet
- Canadian Club
- Jack Daniel’s
- Jim Beam
- Korbel Brandy
- Hennessy VS
- Bacardi Light
- Captain Morgan
- Glenlivet 12
- Johnnie Walker
- Herradura Blanco
- Jose Cuervo Gold
- Gordan’s Gin
- Tanqueray Ten
3.5 / 5, based on 69 reviews
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This is a sad lounge. They put me on a wait list for half an hour but when I got inside it was only 20% full. Food selection is minimal but what’s worse is the plates are only about 6 inches by 3 inches. At least it’s quiet!
This place is bad. It’s not just the lounge itself. It’s how it holds up in comparison with others. And that’s just NOT good. Unlimited drinks but no ice tea. Delta Skyclubs are waaaay better with way more variety. Too bad Vegas airport offers only one lounge operator, which probably explains how they can get away with it. Avoid it if you can. Oh, wait, you can’t!
On a recent visit to Club at LAS airport lounge on 8/14/19, it was very quiet atmosphere. We were served a couple drinks at the bar by a young lady from Persia. all she seem to talk about was how she disliked working there, she talked about all the people she didn’t like including some managers, This is NOT a conversation that you employee should be having with any guest, this was very unprofessional and was not important for us to know. She seems very angry and belittle certain co workers and Managers. She needs coaching on how to interact with guests. We felt very uncomfortable talking to her. This was a bad experience so our future visits will be at THE NEW LOUNGE.