The Club Las Vegas Terminal 1 Winter Encounter
This article is The Club Las Vegas Terminal 1 Winter Evening Encounter. It is a review of my experience visiting the lounge in the evening.
The Club Las Vegas Terminal 1 Winter Encounter is part of my Las Vegas Winter Experience trip report.
I accessed the Club Las Vegas Terminal 1 thanks to my Priority Pass membership.
The Club Las Vegas is located near gate D1 in Terminal 1 on the opposite hallway as the American Express Centurion Lounge Las Vegas.
The lounge is located around the corner from the escalator down to the tram to baggage claim.
The lounge is small and there is a small sign over the door that indicates you are at the Club Las Vegas.
There is a second location of the Club Las Vegas in Terminal 3.
Upon arrival I approached the desk and noted a sign stating that someone would be with me shortly.
After waiting for about three minutes an agent approached me and welcomed me to the lounge.
The agent asked for my boarding pass and Priority Pass card. I provided them and she thanked me. She asked me to sign the Priority Pass tablet before welcoming me into the lounge.
The lounge was about 80% occupied when I arrived.
The Club Las Vegas is a small lounge that occupies two rooms.
The main room is a collection of tables and chairs facing the bar.
The second room is a smaller room with high top tables and a few regular tables near the window.
The main room did not have any open seats when I arrived.
The smaller room had several hightop seats available as well as one table.
The lounge offers a limited amount of snack food items.
In the main room a small buffet with popcorn, chips, cookies, hummus and jelly beans were available.
In the secondary room, chips, crackers and noodle cups were available.
A coffee machine was present in the second room as well.
The food items had signs present listing each item.
After arriving in the Club Las Vegas I took a seat in the secondary room at one of the high top tables.
I approached the bar and the bartender welcomed me and offered to prepare a drink.
I requested a vodka cranberry.
The bartender prepared it for me but did not provide a lime. When I asked about one he offered to provide it. I accepted and he thanked me and asked me to enjoy.
The vodka cranberry was served in a small glass. The cranberry juice was fresh and it had a good taste. The alcohol was Absolute.
I relaxed in the lounge for about 10 minutes before I was ready to depart.
When I departed the lounge, the bartender thanked me as I walked by the bar and he wished me a good day.
The lounge was approximately 80% occupied when I departed.
The Club Las Vegas is a small lounge that offers good drinks and a few light snacks. The staff members I interacted with were friendly and the visit was good overall. The food options were limited but it was nice you could at least make a noodle cup if you wanted a hot item. The lounge is much nicer than sitting in the terminal but it leaves much to be desired.
Note: If you have access to the American Express Centurion Lounge and want to go to The Club Las Vegas also, I would recommend going to the Club Las Vegas first otherwise you will be disappointed by the offerings.