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After an on time arrival from Seattle in concourse E, I took the underground train to concourse D, where the American Express Centurion Lounge is.
Randy and the House of Miles team sponsored the visit to the American Express lounge for all bloggers while we were at the BoardingArea conference. We were able to use the lounge flying into and out of Las Vegas, I would like to very much thank him for this generosity.
The lounge is located just past the ‘What happens here, stays here’ sign. American Express Platinum and Centurion card holders have free access to the lounge and other American Express card members can purchase access for $50 USD. If you are ever going to purchase lounge access, please make it this one, the lounge is amazing and quite possibly AmEx Centurion Lounges are the best lounges in the U.S.
As I arrived, they were serving lunch and I decided to have a combination of everything. The food was freshly prepared and tasted delicious.
The lounge has an awesome design and everything is very modern and the combination of colours they chose for certain areas makes the lounge look super nice.
There is a huge selection of food and drinks. Everything is freshly prepared and they serve breakfast in the morning, then lunch and dinner later during the day.
The lounge has several seating areas – couches, ‘private seats’, normal seats, a dining area, and more.
The ‘private couches’ (below) are possibly my favourite type of seats in the lounge since you have plenty of power next to you and also a comfortable, private space.
There is a wide selection of alcoholic beverages and premium spirits.
The Member Services desk is super helpful, on the way back, I was trying to catch an earlier flight and I asked if they could call the gate to see if I had a confirmed seat from the wait list.
The exterior of the lounge looks super cool since it has AmEx’s famous centurion logo and just an overall beautiful entrance.
The rest of the airport is somewhat nice, with plenty of game machines, welcoming signs and restaurants.
Overall the lounge blows away every other U.S. carrier’s lounges and if you have a chance to even pay for access, I would highly recommend it.
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