Boldly displayed at Concourse D is a luxurious travelers oasis known as The Centurion Lounge. American Express has been setting the standard of travel rewards for years and their lounge experience promises to be no different.


Free to American Express Platinum and above members. $50 dollars per person for all others.


Inside the Centurion Lounge it differs from other airport lounges sporting  a full bar with a hot and cold buffet, a kids play room and a Business area with 2 computers and printers. The lounge also has multiple spaces to kick back and relax. They also have a lot of accessible electrical outlets and it’s pretty cool that the Centurion also offers Euro plugs for overseas travelers.




The Bar:

Top Notch! Best part about the lounge is that they have a craft cocktail menu. The George & Ginger and Country Club were the highlights we had. There is top shelf liquor offered at no upcharge, which is something you do not see at most luxury lounges like Admirals Club.


The Snacks:

The snack/food selection at the Centurion Lounge was better than most we’ve been to. The hot food area had pasta hot sandwiches, roasted chicken with fingering potatoes and more.IMG_1502

The Staff:

The lounge staff was friendly and happy to assist with our food and drinks. They were constantly checking on us to make sure we had everything we needed.


Bottom Line:

American Express has really set the bar high with their new line of airport lounges. If you have the opportunity to visit while traveling through Las Vegas we highly recommend you do so. Compared to Admirals Club, Centurion offers the superior lounge experience.

Located in Concourse D, opposite Gate D1.