Full List of Airport Lounges at McCarran International Airport [LAS]

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With annual passenger traffic exceeding 51 million, McCarran International Airport (LAS) is the eighth-busiest airport in the U.S. A popular destination for both business and leisure, passengers often choose to relax in 1 of the airport’s 6 lounges.

LAS is a large airport, with its 2 terminals located quite a distance from each other. Thankfully, the airport has a tram inside the secure area, allowing passengers to move between the terminals and concourses to utilize all facilities.

Note: Some of the lounges featured in this article may be closed or operating under reduced opening hours due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

LAS Terminal Map

McCarran International Airport
McCarran International Airport terminal map. Image Credit: McCarran International Airport

McCarran International Airport Lounges by Terminal

TerminalLounges
Terminal 1
  • USO Lounge
Terminal 3
  • The Club LAS
  • USO Lounge
D Gates
  • The Club LAS
  • The Centurion Lounge
  • United Club

Hot Tip: If you’re looking for information on the other facilities at LAS, check out our ultimate Terminal Guide to McCarran International Airport.

The Centurion Lounge

LAS Centurion Lounge
The Centurion Lounge LAS. Image Credit: Centurion Lounge

Location: Concourse D, opposite gate D1
Opening Hours: Daily from 5 a.m. to 11 p.m.

The Centurion Lounge Facilities

  • Full-service bar
  • Self-serve buffet with hot and cold dishes
  • Family room
  • Conference room
  • Business center
  • Showers
  • Wi-Fi

The Centurion Lounge Access

Access TypeDetailsFees and Policies

The Platinum Card® from American Express
  • Passengers can access the lounge with a same-day boarding card
  • Passengers may bring 2 guests free of charge
  • $575 (annually)
  • Passengers may be flying with any carrier
  • Additional guest passes may be purchased for $50 per person

See rates and fees

The Business Platinum Card® from American Express
  • $595 (annually)
  • Passengers may be flying with any carrier
  • Additional guest passes may be purchased for $50 per person

See rates and fees

Corporate Platinum Card® by American Express
  • $550 (annually)
  • Passengers may be flying with any carrier
  • Additional guest passes may be purchased for $50 per person
Delta SkyMiles® Reserve American Express Card
  • Passengers can access the lounge with a same-day boarding card
  • Passengers may bring 2 guests at a charge of $50 per person
  • $550 (annually)
  • Passengers may be flying with any carrier

See rates and fees

Delta SkyMiles® Reserve Business American Express Card
  • $550 (annually)
  • Passengers may be flying with any carrier

See rates and fees

Centurion® Card from American Express
  • Passengers can access the lounge with a same-day boarding card
  • Passengers may bring 2 guests or immediate family (partner and children under 18) free of charge
  • Initiation fee: $7,500
  • Annual membership fee: $5,000
  • Passengers may be flying with any carrier
  • Additional guest passes may be purchased for $50 per person

The Centurion Lounge House Rules

  • Family members and guests must be accompanied by the relevant cardholder at all times. Re-entry into the lounge is not permitted without the cardholder.
  • Complimentary guest access is per day (e.g. cardholders can’t bring different guests into the lounge over the course of a day).
  • Children under 2 years are free to enter the lounge with proof of age.

The Club LAS

The Club LAS
The Club LAS. Image Credit: The Club

McCarran International Airport has 2 The Club LAS lounges:

  • Terminal 3, Concourse E, opposite gate E2: Daily from 11 a.m. to 10 p.m.
  • Concourse D, near gate D33: Daily from 5 a.m. to 7 p.m.

The Club LAS Facilities

  • Snacks
  • Bar serving soft and alcoholic drinks
  • TVs
  • Digital newspapers and magazines
  • Showers
  • First class lounge area
  • Business services
  • Wi-Fi

The Club LAS Access

Access TypeDetailsFees and Policies
Day passAny passenger may purchase entry with a same-day boarding card$45
Priority PassPassengers can access the lounge with a same-day boarding card
  • Passengers may access the lounge for a maximum of 3 hours
  • Cardholders must be 21 years old
  • Children under 2 are admitted free of charge
  • Priority Pass membership: Standard $99, Standard Plus $299, Prestige $429

United Club Lounge

United Club LAS
United Club LAS. Image Credit: LoungeBuddy

Location: Concourse D, between gates D33 and D35 on level 3
Opening Hours: Daily from 4:30 a.m. to 12:30 a.m.

United Club Facilities

  • Self-serve buffet food and snacks
  • Full-service bar
  • Business services
  • Newspapers and magazines
  • TVs
  • Wi-Fi

United Club Access

Access TypeDetailsFees and Policies

United Club membership
  • Members have unlimited access to United Club lounges with a same-day boarding card
  • Members may bring up to 2 guests
General member, Premier Silver, and Premier Gold$650 (85,000 miles) annual fee
Premier Platinum$600 (80,000 miles) annual fee
Premier 1K and United Global Services$550 (75,000 miles) annual fee
Valid on a United, Star Alliance, or contracted partner flight
United Club day passPassengers have single access to any United Club with a same-day boarding card
  • $59 (purchased online or on the door)
  • Valid on a United, Star Alliance, or contracted partner flight
United Polaris business classPassengers can access the lounge with a same-day boarding card at their departure, connecting, and arrival airports (domestic arrivals only)Valid for travel on a United Airways flight
United Business (international flights)Also applies to passengers traveling to/from Canada in United First
First class on a Star Alliance airline
  • Passengers can access the lounge with a same-day boarding card at the departure airport of their international flight
  • Passengers may bring 1 guest
Valid on a Star Alliance airline
Business class on a Star Alliance airlinePassengers can access the lounge with a same-day boarding card at the departure airport of their international flight
United Premier Gold or Star Alliance Gold status
  • Passengers may access the lounge with a same-day boarding card for an international flight
  • Access is possible at the departure airport, during connection, or on arrival
  • Passengers are permitted to bring 1 guest
Air Canada Maple Leaf Club membership
  • Passengers can access the lounge with a same-day boarding card
  • Maple Leaf Club North America members can access lounges in U.S. locations only
  • Maple Leaf Club Worldwide members can access lounges in worldwide locations and may bring 1 guest
  • Valid on a Star Alliance airline
  • North America pass: $495
  • Worldwide pass: $665
Active U.S. military
  • Passengers must have a valid boarding card for a flight departing within 24 hours
  • Passengers must also be dressed in uniform, be on leave orders, or have rest and recuperation papers
Valid on a United or United Express flight

United Airlines United Club House Rules

  • United Club members can be accompanied by 1 spouse and child under 21 or up to 2 guests.
  • Guests must be 21 to access a club with a self-serve bar in the U.S. unless they are accompanied by a guest over the age of 21.
  • Day pass guests may bring 1 infant under 2, free of charge.
  • Entry is subject to capacity for day pass guests.

Read the full list of house rules on the United’s website.

USO Lounge

Las Vegas USO
Image Credit: The Official USO Blog

McCarran International Airport has 2 USO lounges:

  • Terminal 1, near the A and B security checkpoints (pre-security): 24/7
  • Terminal 3, in baggage claim area near carousels 20 and 21: Daily from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m.

USO Lounge Facilities

  • Snack bar
  • Refreshments
  • Wi-Fi
  • Lounge areas
  • TVs
  • Gaming
  • Books and magazines
  • Work areas with computers

USO Lounge Access

Active duty, guard, reserve military, and their dependents, and retired military may access these USO Lounges.

Connecting Between Terminals for Lounge Access

Passengers are able to move between the terminals and concourses by riding the frequent airport tram. 3 tram lines operate inside the secure area and are color-coded to help passengers identify which route they require:

  • Green line: Terminal 1 to C gates / C gates to Terminal 1
  • Blue line: D gates to Terminal 1 / Terminal 1 to D gates
  • Red line: Terminal 3 to D gates / D gates to Terminal 3

Passengers using the tram are not required to re-clear security, so this offers the freedom of moving between terminals for lounge access.

Best Credit Cards to Access Priority Pass Lounges

With a Priority Pass Select membership, you’ll have access to over 1,300 airport lounges worldwide — including the 2 Priority Pass lounges at LAS. So which credit cards give you access to Priority Pass lounges?

Our top option is the Chase Sapphire Reserve® Card, which not only includes access to Priority Pass lounges but Priority Pass restaurants as well. At a Priority Pass restaurant, you will receive a $28 credit towards your bill, and $56 when dining with a guest. This benefit is limited to 2 guests, so $56 is the most you can receive.

Another excellent option is the Amex Platinum card, and while it does not work with Priority Pass restaurants, it more than makes up for it in terms of total lounges you’ll have access to. In addition to Priority Pass lounges, you can also visit Amex Centurion loungesPlaza Premium loungesDelta Sky Clubs (when flying Delta), Escape Lounges, and Airspace lounges.

Here are some other great credit card options that allow cardholders to visit Priority Pass lounges:

Final Thoughts

Although there isn’t a great deal of choice when it comes to lounges at McCarran International Airport, there are a few that you can purchase single visit access to. The Club LAS lounges are available to passengers traveling on any airline, while passengers traveling on a Star Alliance airline may purchase entry to the United Club.

The Centurion Lounge is a firm favorite with travelers that have the applicable credit cards that permit entry, with the option to purchase guest passes for a reasonable fee.


The information regarding the Corporate Platinum Card® by American Express, Centurion® Card from American Express, Citi Prestige® Card, and U.S. Bank Altitude™ Reserve Visa Infinite® Card was independently collected by Upgraded Points and not provided nor reviewed by the issuer. 

For the rates and fees of The Platinum Card® from American Express, click here
For the rates and fees of The Business Platinum Card® from American Express, click here
For the rates and fees of the Delta SkyMiles® Reserve American Express Card, click here.
For the rates and fees of the Delta SkyMiles® Reserve Business American Express Card, click here.


Frequently asked questions

Is there a Priority Pass lounge in Las Vegas?

There are 2 Priority Pass lounges at McCarran International Airport. Both are The Club LAS lounges, with 1 located in Concourse E and the other in Concourse D.

Is there a Virgin Lounge at Las Vegas Airport?

There is no dedicated Virgin Atlantic lounge at McCarran International Airport, but Upper Class passengers may access The Club LAS lounge prior to their flight.

Does Las Vegas Airport have a Delta lounge?

McCarran International Airport does not have a Delta Sky Club.

What lounges does McCarran International Airport have?

McCarran International Airport has 6 airport lounges:

  • 2 x The Club LAS
  • The Centurion Club
  • United Club
  • 2 x USO Lounges
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