Where to Take a Shower at the Las Vegas Airport

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Need a place to shower at the Las Vegas Airport before your flight home?  Do you know where the only public showers are at the McCarran International Airport?


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Shower at Las Vegas Airport, Amex Centurion Lounge

Long night at the casino? Hit the clubs a little too hard? Just want to freshen up before your flight in between meetings? You don’t have to get a day room because you can hose off wash up at the airport.

There are only two places at McCarran International Airport where you can take a shower: The Centurion Lounge and The CLUB.

The Centurion Lounge

The Amex Centurion Lounge is located in Concourse D and open from 5 am to 11 pm daily.

You get:

  • Free food (breakfast, lunch and dinner available from 6 am to 10 pm)
  • Open bar (from 10:30 am to 10:30 pm)
  • Complimentary high-speed Wi-Fi
  • Access to a printer, fax, and copier
  • Conference space

Shower Facilities at Amex Centurion Lounge

You’ll find the sole shower at the Amex Centurion Lounge in Las Vegas behind an unmarked door tucked away in a tiny hallway behind the women’s restroom. But all you have to do is ask nicely (and hope no one else is using it).

As you walk into the shower room, the sink is to your left, shower immediately in front of you, and the toilet to your right.

Shower at Amex Centurion Lounge Las Vegas
Large mirror, sink, and a spot to set your clothes down

You have more than enough room for one person and can easily get a wheelchair into the shower.  You have a choice of a rainfall or a handheld shower head.

Las Vegas Centurion Lounge shower
Accessible shower

Toiletries and heated towels are provided.  Although heated towels and Las Vegas are an oxymoron. But a heated towel feels nice after a shower, even if it’s 102 degrees outside.

L Occitane toiletries at Amex Centurion Lounge Las Vegas
L’Occitane body lotion, shampoo, conditioner, and shower gel in TSA approved sizes

Plenty of room to dry off.

Shower room at Centurion Lounge Las Vegas

Here’s a little video of The Centurion Lounge Las Vegas shower.

But not everyone can get into the lounge.

Who Can Get Into The Centurion Lounge

Amex Centurion Lounge Entry
Do you have what it takes to get into The Centurion Lounge?
Photo courtesy: American Express Centurion Lounge

1.  Free Admission

You get in for free to The Centurion Lounge if you have an:

  • American Express Platinum (learn more) card
  • American Express Business Platinum (learn more) card
  • American Express Corporate Platinum card
  • American Express Centurion card

Platinum and Centurion cardholders can invite two guests or their immediate family.

2.  $50 a Day

If you don’t have a Platinum or Centurion card, but have another American Express card you can buy a day pass for $50.  One-day passes are only valid for yourself and children under the age of 18.

Whether you get into The Centurion Lounge for free or if you pay $50, a valid boarding pass for a flight that day is required.

The CLUB

There are two Priority Pass CLUB locations at the Las Vegas Airport, but only the lounge in Terminal 3 has showers.  The Terminal 3 lounge is open from 8 am to 12 am daily.

You get:

  • Free snacks and drinks
  • Free alcohol (beer, wine, and premium spirits)
  • Complimentary high-speed Wi-Fi
  • Access to a printer and fax

1.  Free Admission or $27

You get free entry if you have the Chase Ink Cash.  IF you applied for your free Lounge Club membership before May 1, 2015, and have NOT used your two free lounge visits.

If you’ve already used your free visits, you’ll pay $27.

Get in free with your Priority Club membership.

2.  $35 Day Pass

You don’t need no stinkin’ membership. No problem. Anyone can purchase a day pass for $35.

Regardless of how much you pay for entry into The CLUB, a valid same-day boarding pass is required.

Conclusion

Do you know where the secret showers are at the Las Vegas Airport?

The only public showers at McCarran Airport are in The Centurion Lounge and The CLUB.

You can visit The Centurion Lounge for free if you have an American Express Platinum card or Centurion card.  And you can bring two guests or your family with you.

Another option is to pay $50 for a day pass.

Is The Centurion Lounge a little too high roller for you? Try The CLUB.  You get a single day entry for $35.

Would you pay $50 to use the shower if you don’t have an American Express Platinum card? What about paying $35 for access to The CLUB and a shower?

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Showering at Las Vegas Airport


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