Airport Lounge Development (ALD) has opened a new lounge in Terminal 1 at Las Vegas’ McCarran International Airport (LAS).

The new facility replaces the existing Club lounge and can accommodate 149 people.

Passengers can access the new lounge from the concourse level between TUMI and Brooks Brothers, near gate 33.

ALD operates a second lounge at LAS in Terminal 3 across from gate E2. The two lounges together provide seating for 315 guests.

“This expanded lounge joins our rapidly growing network of the Club shared-use lounges.”

Airport Lounge Development senior vice-president Nancy Knipp said: “Due to increased consumer demand for the shared-use lounge experience at LAS, we are delighted to continue our relationship with McCarran International Airport through the new lounge space and support its vision to provide premium travel experiences for all travellers moving through the airport.

“This expanded lounge joins our rapidly growing network of the Club shared-use lounges, ensuring that more visitors can enjoy the features and experiences offered.”

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The Club LAS lounge spans across 7,000ft² and has been divided into five zones.

These spaces include a productivity zone for business travellers, a relaxing area with comfortable seating to help passengers socialise with fellow travellers, and a resting zone with recliners and ottomans.

The lounge also features a separate bar with seating and a refresh zone with private restrooms and shower suites.

Passengers with Priority Pass broad membership, including Lounge Pass and Lounge Key, can access the Club LAS. Other LAS passengers can also access the lounge if they buy a day pass.