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DFW Dallas / Fort Worth “E” Delta Skyclub – 2015 Delta Mileage Run
American Express Centurion Lounge LAS Las Vegas – 2015 Delta Mileage Run
The CLUB at LAS (big and small) – 2015 Delta Mileage Run
Final thoughts & impressions about the run – 2015 Delta Mileage Run
* Review Dallas DFW Centurion Club (OLD CLUB NOW CLOSED)
* The NEW Dallas DFW American Express Centurion Lounge 2018
* Review Miami MIA DFW Centurion Club
* Review San Francisco SFO Centurion Club
* Review Las Vegas LAS Centurion Club
* Review LaGuardia LGA Centurion Club
* Review Seattle SEA Centurion “Studio” Club
If you have never visited the above Centurion Clubs by American Express you are really missing out. You can get entrance with any AMEX card for $50 per person or the better way is for free for you and up to two guests with either the:
If you have never been to any of the Centurion lounges you are truly missing out. They are nothing like any of the domestic airline lounges, Delta’s Skyclubs included. All is complimentary once inside, that is, you will not get “dinged” for a nice glass of wine or for food (and the food is often very good).
This one is post security in LAS gate side D after you take the tram out from the terminals.
It is very near the small The CLUB at LAS and I will review that lounge and it’s larger cousin later on.
The lounge is quite spacious inside. You may have to walk around a bit to find your own private area, but there are many nooks to explore.
There is even a walled off play room for kids. Personally, since I don’t have kids, I would rather they replace that area with a SPA like in DFW. 🙂
Next you have the bar and dining room and bar area.
Once again space is good. Even with many patrons in the area it does not feel cramped. I like the layout.
The buffet was well stocked with lots of choices and I found the staff is very attentive to refilling or changing the items when depleted. Service was good as it always is at Centurion lounges.
For you who love Java, there is a big machine and station that should pour out what you need!
Need a shower? There is one and all you have to do is go to the front counter to get on the list or be let in. Everything you need is provided for you inside.
I still have to say the DFW lounge is my favorite location just because of the SPA. Others have told me this LAS one is their favorite as the food is the best (but I would pick SFO for food personally). I can not wait for the MIA lounge to open up sometime this year so I can try that one out as well. – René
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