Airport Lounge Development opens new lounge in Las Vegas

posted on 12th April 2019 by Justin Burns

Airport Lounge Development (ALD) has announced a new replacement lounge in Terminal 1 at Las Vegas’ McCarran International Airport (LAS) – the ninth busiest hub in the USA for passenger traffic.

The lounge has seating for 149 people and offers an array of experiences for travelers flying for business or pleasure. This new lounge replaces the current Club lounge, also previously located in Terminal 1.

Travelers can access the new lounge space 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. Together the two lounges offer seating for 315 guests.

ALD 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 travelers 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.”

The 7,000 square-foot Club LAS is divided into five distinct zones for all visitors to enjoy. These spaces include a productivity zone, a relax zone, a resting zone, a replenish zone and a refresh zone.