The Club LAS Terminal 1 is part of the Priority Pass Lounges, so Priority Pass members can enter the lounge for free. 

What surprised me was we could also enter The Club on arrival in the morning though the access policy only states for departure in the Priority Pass app. I could also bring three (3) additional guests into the lounge to enjoy the food and drinks before heading out to Las Vegas Strip. 

Furthermore, I entered the lounge again on departure. Therefore, I could review food during breakfast and lunch.

Review: The Club Las Vegas (LAS) Airport Terminal 1 For Priority Pass Members
The Club LAS Terminal 1
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    Location

    Two The Clubs Lounges are at Las Vegas Harry Reid International Airport (LAS). One is at Terminal 1, and the other is at Terminal 3. 

    This review focuses on The Club LAS Terminal 1, located in the domestic terminal. The easiest way to find it is to make your way via the sky train inside Las Vegas airport to Gate D. The lounge is by Gate D33

    Las Vegas airport terminals are all connected. You do not need to exit and clear security again. Therefore, visiting The Club LAS Terminal 3, the International terminal, is possible too. 

    Access

    The Club LAS Terminal 1 is part of the Priority Pass Membership, so Priority Pass members receive complimentary access to the lounge plus guests based on the membership level. 

    I traveled with other 3 people, so I guested all of them with my Priority Pass Membership from the Chase Ritz-Carlton Credit Card that offers unlimited guests. 

    Access On Arrival

    I was unsure whether I could enter The Club LAS Terminal 1 after arriving at the Las Vegas airport. The access condition in the Priority Pass app states that the lounge is permitted 3 hours before the scheduled flight departure. However, Las Vegas was my destination, not a layover or departure. 

    To my surprise, I could check in with my already flown same-day boarding pass and guested 3 additional guests with me into the lounge without any issues or questions asked. 

    Seats

    I was visiting The Club LAS Terminal 1 early morning, so the lounge wasn't quite busy, but it got busier later. There are quite a few seats available, including dining tables and chairs, lounge chairs, and a sleeper chair inside an area by itself, but it's not a quiet area because there are seats around that sleeper chair that anyone can use. 

    Review: The Club Las Vegas (LAS) Airport Terminal 1 For Priority Pass Members On Arrival and On Depature
    Lounge Seats

    Review: The Club Las Vegas (LAS) Airport Terminal 1 For Priority Pass Members On Arrival and On Depature
    Lounge Seats

    Review: The Club Las Vegas (LAS) Airport Terminal 1 For Priority Pass Members On Arrival and On Depature
    Sleeper Chair

    Review: The Club Las Vegas (LAS) Airport Terminal 1 For Priority Pass Members On Arrival and On Depature
    Lounge Seats

    There are also seats facing the airport runway. 

    Review: The Club Las Vegas (LAS) Airport Terminal 1 For Priority Pass Members On Arrival and On Depature
    Runway View Seats

    Food

    I visited The Club LAS Terminal 1 twice during my trip to Las Vegas. On arrival, one was in the morning for breakfast, and the other was when I left Las Vegas during lunchtime. 

    For breakfast, The Club LAS Terminal 1 offers limited items at the buffet station, with hard-boiled eggs, condiments, muffins, and non-alcoholic beverages. 

    Review: The Club Las Vegas (LAS) Airport Terminal 1 For Priority Pass Members On Arrival and On Depature
    Breakfast Buffet

    Review: The Club Las Vegas (LAS) Airport Terminal 1 For Priority Pass Members On Arrival and On Depature
    Muffins & Condiment

    Review: The Club Las Vegas (LAS) Airport Terminal 1 For Priority Pass Members On Arrival and On Depature
    Non-alcoholic Beverages

    The Club LAS Terminal 1 also offers a la carte menu orders that you scan the QR code to bring up the menu website, and you can make an order directly on the website. However, the menu is also limited and nothing special. The menu includes yogurt parfait, scrambled eggs, and roasted potatoes and peppers. They are served on small plates. 

    You would do the same for lunch to make an order off the a la carte menu. The food quality is mediocre, but they are unlimited and free with the Priority Pass Membership. The lounge attendant brings out the orders to your table. 

    Review: The Club Las Vegas (LAS) Airport Terminal 1 For Priority Pass Members On Arrival and On Depature
    Lunch Items

    Review: The Club Las Vegas (LAS) Airport Terminal 1 For Priority Pass Members On Arrival and On Depature
    Lunch Menu QR Code

    You can order certain drinks and sweets off the menu. Their signature drink is Bloody Mary

    Drinks

    The buffet station has non-alcoholic beverages, but if you want alcoholic drinks, there's a full-service bar inside The Club LAS Terminal 1 lounge that you order directly from the bartender staff. They made a killing and spicy Bloody Mary, their signature drink. 

    Review: The Club Las Vegas (LAS) Airport Terminal 1 For Priority Pass Members On Arrival and On Depature
    Full-Service Bar

    Review: The Club Las Vegas (LAS) Airport Terminal 1 For Priority Pass Members On Arrival and On Depature
    Signature Drink: Bloody Mary

    Alternatively, you can also order alcoholic drinks off the menu's QR code. 

    Review: The Club Las Vegas (LAS) Airport Terminal 1 For Priority Pass Members On Arrival and On Depature
    Drinks Menu QR Code

    Bathrooms & Shower Rooms

    I'm impressed with The Club LAS Terminal 1 because it also has shower rooms, but they were out of order then. 

    There are individual unisex toilets, and quite a few of them. But a single stall typically creates queues during busy times, and there's an attendant there to guide people when an available stall is open. 

    Review: The Club Las Vegas (LAS) Airport Terminal 1 For Priority Pass Members On Arrival and On Depature
    Bathrooms & Shower Rooms

    Wi-Fi

    Wi-Fi requires a password, and you can find the information within the lounge. 

    Conclusion

    The Club LAS Terminal 1 is mediocre, with limited food options; however, I appreciate that the lounge allows guests with eligible Priority Pass Membership to access on arrival, not just on departure.

    While the food was underwhelming, there's a full-service bar inside the lounge, and it's all complimentary to lounge guests.