The Amex Centurion Lounge in Las Vegas is one of the best airport lounges at Harry Reid International Airport (LAS). Renovated in 2021, this American Express lounge offers a relaxing vibe away from the busy terminal and offers complimentary food and beverages, shower, Wi-Fi, and seating with great views of the tarmac.
The Amex Centurion Lounge in Las Vegas is open every day of the week, from 5am to 11pm. It is located in Concourse D, across from Gate D1 in Terminal 1.
I usually stop in before departing Las Vegas, and this time, on my most recent trip, decided to take a few photos for the blog.
American Express has strict requirements for accessing the Centurion Lounge in Las Vegas.
To access the lounge, you need to hold a confirmed same-day ticket (that departs within 3 hours), valid photo ID, and hold one of the following cards:
- The Platinum Card from American Express
- The Business Platinum Card from American Express
- Delta SkyMiles Reserve American Express Card
- Delta SkyMiles Reserve Business American Express Card
- The Centurion Card from American Express
American Express only provides access to cardholders on departing or connecting flights. You cannot enter the lounge upon arrival if Las Vegas is your final destination.
Guest Access Requirements
American Express has tightened its guest access policy as of late. There is a charge of $50 per person in most cases, unless you have spent over $75,000 on your Platinum card in the calendar year, or hold the Centurion card.
Las Vegas Centurion Lounge Photos
The Centurion Lounge in Las Vegas is the best lounge at the airport. For being such a busy airport, it is surprising that American Airlines and Delta Air Lines don’t have their own lounges, but fortunately, the American Express Centurion lounge is easy to access if you are flying any major domestic airline. While the lounge can get quite busy, the vibe is better than the general terminal as it has a refreshing aesthetic, tasty (and complimentary) food and beverages, and fast wireless internet.
Have you visited the Las Vegas Centurion Lounge? What was your experience?