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The complete guide to Priority Pass in Las Vegas (LAS)

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    The airport serving the city of Las Vegas is called Harry Reid International Airport. It's more common to hear it called Las Vegas Airport and abbreviated as LAS. When preparing to depart from this notorious party city and renowned gambling hub, you'll probably relish the amenities and calm of a Las Vegas airport lounge.

    Are there lounges in Las Vegas that participate in the Priority Pass network?

    There are lounges in the Las Vegas airport that Priority Pass members can access. In fact, these lounges are operated by The Club, all of whose lounges can be accessed with a Priority Pass membership as long as the lounge is not at capacity.

    Here's what to know about the lounges in the LAS Priority Pass network:

    The Club at LAS

    The Club takes pride in offering airport lounge experiences that reflect the spirit of the surrounding area. In Las Vegas, here's what to expect.

    The Club lounge in Terminal 1

    This terminal's lounge has comfortable and spacious seating overlooking the airfield. The décor features local photography sure to inspire your adventures around Las Vegas.

    • Location: After Security, go toward Gate D33. The lounge is between Brooks Brothers and Tumi.
    • Hours: 5 PM to 10 PM daily
    • Amenities: complimentary snacks and beverages, Wi-Fi, computer workstation with printer, TV, flight information, shower and digital magazines/newspapers 

    The Club lounge in Terminal 3

    This lounge by The Club boasts a sleek open floor plan. You can flow seamlessly from a full bar and dining space to the quiet, comfortable seating. Unwind however you'd like.

    • Location: Across from Gate E2
    • Hours: 6:30 AM to 10:30 AM daily
    • Amenities: complimentary snacks and beverages, Wi-Fi, flight information, TV channels, shower and digital magazines/newspapers

    How to get Priority Pass access at LAS lounges

    Priority Pass membership will provide access to both lounges operated by The Club. In fact, Priority Pass membership grants access to all of The Club's lounges. Whichever way you get a membership, one of the benefits of Priority Pass is access to The Club's lounges. Here are a few options.

    Enjoy Priority Pass membership with Chase Sapphire Reserve

    While there are multiple ways to acquire access to airport lounges at LAS, the complimentary Priority Pass Select membership available to Chase Sapphire Reserve® cardmembers is a great option. Access to The Club airport lounge locations at LAS is included. The credit card has an annual fee but also many benefits beyond the Priority Pass membership.

    Enroll in a Priority Pass membership

    A membership with Priority Pass comes with benefits beyond airport lounge access. The annual plans have different fee structures that tend to suit different levels of air travel. For instance, the Prestige membership allows members to access in-network lounges without paying visit fees. Whichever plan you choose, you can enjoy LAS airport lounges once you enroll in a Priority Pass membership. The Club lounges at this airport are in the Priority Pass network. 

    Buy a single-use Club Pass

    You can access the LAS lounges described above with a Club Pass, which can be used for one visit to either lounge location. Your Club Pass will provide access to a specific airport lounge but won't affect the amenities you can enjoy during your stay. You can adjust a booking up to 24 hours before your flight is scheduled to depart. To learn about getting a Club Pass, go to

    Tips for going to Las Vegas

    Yes, there are internationally recognized restaurants, entertaining shows and a plethora of casinos to explore. However, the area around Las Vegas boasts several major attractions that are also worth checking out if you have the time: Red Rock, Lake Mead, the Grand Canyon and the Hoover Dam.

    If the strip will be your main destination, bring good walking shoes. Every building looks close but is actually much farther than it seems. Lastly, make a plan, especially when it comes to food: making meal reservations is never a bad idea, and peak dinner time is about 6 PM to 8 PM. Of course, there's still food to be found inside and outside the hotels along the strip.

    In conclusion

    Las Vegas is defined by grand casinos, 5-star hotels, world-famous restaurants and unforgettable experiences, less than 10 miles from LAS. The spirit of airport lounges connects to these parts of the city, and you can certainly indulge in rest, relaxation and other amenities here. With attractive lounges in the Priority Pass network, you can choose how you'd like to unwind as you wait for a flight.

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