Had the privilege of visiting the centurion lounge this weekend two times in the Las Vegas Airport location. I HIGHLY recommend the lounge. Some points
-Free full service bar (made my old fashioned and godfather cocktails very well)
-lots of comfortable seating (huge variety of chairs/couches/loungers)
-Great food (lots of fresh salads, sandwiches, pastas, and deserts.)
-wide selection of organic teas
-very nice cutlery and plates/cups/glasses
-free for amex platinum/centurion card holders. $50 per person for other amex cardholders
Upon arriving, one is greeted by 2 front desk workers. They will ask to see your amex card, ID, and boarding pass. All of the staff from the front desk to the bar is very kind and treats you with much respect. The lounge is large and well lit, probably around 120 seats or so. Multiple TVs and a few computers/work spaces. The furniture is modern but very comfortable.
The bar was fantastic. Something that you would see in an upscale hotel. Wide selection and complimentary (hidden under the table) Johnny Walker Blue label for centurion guests. I enjoyed a drink at the bar, then made my way to one of the large leather lounge chairs. These chairs are large enough to lie down in...the area is kind of dark and facing away from the rest of the lounge, needless to say my two neighbors were sound asleep. After a short nap, and after eating lunch, it was off to my gate. Conveniently, the lounge is located in terminal 3 and Hawaiian Airlines uses terminal 3. If you fly in on Delta, southwest, suncountry, spirit, you will need to take the tram to terminal 3 from terminal 1.
Only gripe about the place was the small mens bathroom. One urinal and 2 stalls. I did like the selection of soap and lotion however, and they had one of those automatic shoe polish machines.
Overall, a fantastic lounge and I wish we had one here in Hawaii