Conrad Las Vegas at Resorts World

An artful Vegas stay

The video-installation-like messages that flash on the façades of Resorts World Las Vegas’ bold red towers — one of which is the world’s largest LED building displays — hint that art plays a role at this property. But you’ll see it even more at Conrad Las Vegas at Resorts World. In the lobby, artist Marlies Plank’s pink elephants surreally float in bubbles behind the front desk. Colorful, glowing multifaceted orbs from SOFTlab hover over the concierge desk.

Nearby, David Spriggs’ Holos sculpture of acrylic on layered plexiglass in an LED-lit plexiglass display case looks like an illusion. Around the corner, a 1913 Nickelodeon piano covered in mirrored tiles — outfitted with a xylophone, lights and an automatic player option — belonged to Liberace, who famously had a residency at the Hilton. The unusual instrument serves as a reminder of the hotel brand’s role in making Las Vegas the entertainment capital it is today.

More eye-catching art — many of it in vibrant shades of red and orange — adorns the walls of the accommodations in the 1,496-room property, the largest Conrad in the world.

Of course, there’s much to see beyond art at Resorts World, which also is home to Crockfords Las Vegas, LXR Hotels & Resorts and Las Vegas Hilton. Choose among 40 dining and drinking spots, peruse two stories of shops (like Fred Segal and Hervé Léger) in The District, see superstar acts in the 5,000-person theater or win big in the casino.

Our Inspector's Highlights

  • Owned by Malaysia-based Genting Group, Resorts World offers one of the Strip’s best and most diverse Asian culinary lineups, including Chinese fine dining (Genting Palace), modern Japanese (Kusa Nori), a sultry pan-Asian spot (FUHU) and an assembly of top-notch hawker-like stalls (Famous Foods Street Eats). But don’t overlook other excellent options like wine-and-charcuterie standout Wally’s and modern-Italian-and-negroni destination Brezza.
  • If you crave a cocktail with a vibe, you’ll find it in this luxury hotel. The alluring Alle Lounge delivers libations and mesmerizing views from the 66th floor. Gatsby’s Cocktail Lounge serves make-you-dance hip-hop and rare champagnes, but the secret menu (here’s how you can access it) is full of fun tipples. Here Kitty Kitty Vice Den is a hidden speakeasy that requires a password to enter. Eight specializes in whiskey and cigars, while Caviar Bar goes sleek, sexy and dark to showcase caviar. And if you want to continue the party, Zouk Nightclub will keep it going into the wee hours.
  • Take a self-guided tour of the art offerings throughout Resorts World by scanning the QR codes next to the pieces. One of the largest installations is the 50-foot-tall LED Globe in the shopping esplanade. Watch a short light, music and video show every hour on the hour from noon to 1 a.m. on the Globe’s surface. Another must-see is Red Hong Yi’s portrait at Famous Foods that’s made of 20,000 tea bags painstakingly dyed with teh tarik, a Malaysian milk tea.
  • Awana Spa makes a spa day a social affair with one-of-a-kind interactive sauna performances, a cozy Foot Spa Lounge with armchairs and TVs, and the Fountain of Youth — six vitality pools, a crystal laconium, steam rooms, mist showers and a rain walk.
  • The 117,000-square-foot casino is a trailblazer: it’s the first in the country to conduct cashless transactions (through the Resorts World app) and the first in the city to partner with a cryptocurrency exchange.

The Rooms

  • Most of the midcentury-modern rooms come with floor-to-ceiling windows looking out on the Strip and city.
  • The black and white stone bathrooms with pops of red feature walk-in rain showers and Byredo’s woodsy Mojave Ghost toiletries. Suites have the added benefits of an oval tub facing the windows and a red duck made of soap (if you want more, visit the hotel’s Nectar Bath Treats shop).
  • Rooms are equipped with the latest technology, including smart TVs, wireless chargers and the ability to order room service from the Las Vegas hotel’s restaurants through popular app Grubhub.

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111 Resorts World Avenue, Las Vegas, Nevada 89109
NeighborhoodThe Strip
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