The Amex LAS Centurion Lounge Review is part of the Quest Around The Globe Trip Report which covers the following places:
- Las Vegas, Nevada
- Grand Cayman
- Cartagena, Colombia
- Medellin, Colombia
- Miami, Florida
- Houston, Texas
- Moscow, Russia
- St. Petersburg, Russia
- Ayia Napa, Cyprus
- Amman, Jordan
- Abu Dhabi, UAE
- New York, New York
I previously wrote a review on the Amex Centurion Lounge LAS a few years ago. Since I spent all day here today, I figured a comprehensive review was in order.
I arrived in time for breakfast and have to say that I enjoyed that buffet more than the lunch/dinner offerings. The scrambled eggs were good, the poached egg in tomato basil was novel, and the potato mix was worth coming back for. Following a tour of pool parties the previous day, I took comfort in having a mimosa or two.
This isn’t the largest Centurion Lounge but there are plenty places for transients like myself to relax. I picked the snuggle chair and rested there for most of the day. After hours there, I switched to the lounge chair with a view.
Lunch and Dinner
The lounge had the same food on Friday when I arrived in Las Vegas and today. The salad and the chicken is where I did my damage. If I was just passing through I’d be very pleased with the selection. But by the fifth plate, I more than had my fill of Amex chicken. They did change up the cookies every few hours which was a sweet touch.
The best feature of Centurion Lounges is the bar. LGA and LAS have great drink selections and bartenders. In contrast, DFW’s Tex/Mex themed drinks were not very good.
Call me crazy but I love spending all day in the lounge. It’s a timeout from life that allows me to be lazy while simultaneously catching up on work.