Last Updated on September 29, 2022
There’s always something new happening in Vegas, but when all the talk is about a new hotel showing up on the Las Vegas Strip, there’s a different kind of energy and anticipation behind it. The latest addition to the Strip’s family of resorts and hotels is Resort World Las Vegas, and the excitement has Sin City on fire.
Welcoming the Newest Hotel in Las Vegas
Resorts World Las Vegas is the first completely ground-up development to hit the Vegas Strip resort scene in more than a decade. Officially open in June 2021, the resort has been accepting reservations in advance for its grand opening.
Resorts World isn’t your typical hotel. It’s the coming together of three hotel collections under one roof. Within the three towers, guests can stay in rooms by the Hilton Las Vegas, the Conrad Las Vegas, and Crockfords by LXR Hotels & Resorts. Crockfords is a luxury boutique hotel that promises an intimate collection of rooms with high-end comfort and amenities.
Resorts World is also slated to become “The” destination on Las Vegas Boulevard for entertainment and nightlife with an uber-impressive list of resident performers and headlining acts.
Resorts World Bringing Something New to the Las Vegas Strip
The Strip’s newest addition is attracting a lot of attention. We have all the juicy details about Resorts World, but they come with a warning. Make sure you have some time blocked out on your calendar because once you hear all about Resorts World, you won’t be able to resist experiencing it all for yourself.
The new Resorts World Las Vegas is different from anything the Strip has seen before. Yes, there are impressively large, truly iconic resorts and casinos on Las Vegas Blvd, but this is a truly monumental property.
With three distinct hotel brands, more than three dozen restaurants and quick bite spots, a hefty handful of bars and nightclubs, plus a 5,000-person capacity theater, more than 70k sq ft devoted to retail space, and the casino, the size of the Resorts World is almost too much to imagine without seeing it in person.
So, enough teasing. It’s time to sink our teeth into all the details about the newest, magnificent resort property in Las Vegas.
Rooms & Suites
No matter what else a resort has going for it, the quality of the hotel accommodations should always be the top priority. Resorts World is a partnership with Hilton’s Premium Brands to bring the first multi-brand mega-resort to the Las Vegas Strip. With names like Hilton, Conrad, and Crockfords, we know the guest rooms and suites are all exceptional.
Hilton in Resorts World
Hilton is the largest hotel brand in Resorts World Las Vegas, at least if we’re going by the number of guest rooms and suites. The Hilton is represented by 1,774 rooms, ranging from your standard but still luxurious rooms to their full-on VIP presidential suite. The views are stunning, and there are lots of amenities, including comfy, spacious lounge areas, ensuite bathrooms, and rain showers in the large suites.
The Conrad in Resorts World
The Conrad in Resorts World is just slightly smaller with just shy of 1,500 guest rooms. While they might not have as many rooms & suites as the Hilton, the Conrad at Resorts World is the largest Conrad hotel property in the world.
Rooms at the Conrad Las Vegas are stylish and modern while being the type of comfy, cozy spot you can’t wait to return to after a day of wandering the Strip or Downtown Las Vegas. Ultra-plush bedding, spa-like bathrooms, and floor-to-ceiling views are just little hints at what the Conrad offers.
Finally, there’s Crockfords, the stand-out luxury brand at Resorts World Las Vegas.
Crockfords Las Vegas – A Resort Within a Resort
Crockfords Las Vegas is like a luxury resort within a resort. Crockfords feels intimate and exclusive with only 236 guest rooms and suites that border on the right side of decadent. Between comfort and the high-end amenities, like a well-stocked mini bar, Byredo products, and personalized service, Crockfords is all about the VIP experience.
To make your arrival extra special, they provide a pre-arrival team that makes sure every detail is taken care of, from the valet to a 24-hour luxury ambassador service. Even the private hotel lobby with complimentary refreshments is designed to provide a VIP experience to each and every guest.
Unmatched Dining & Entertainment
Priority number two for a top resort is knowing how to keep their guests well entertained and well-fed! Resorts World Las Vegas is a hotbed of dining and entertainment options, and it’s already attracting some serious attention for its lineup of incredible restaurants and exciting entertainment options.
The theater at Resorts World Las Vegas is the place to see and be seen when it comes to top-tier entertainment. The theater features two private lounges and special exclusive bars for those seeking a VIP experience. The massive theater is an event space that seats up to 5,000 and welcomes performances from huge names like Celine Dion, Carrie Underwood, Katy Perry, Luke Bryan, and Uncle Kracker.
When it came to the design of the theater, Resorts World Las Vegas went to the extreme. Designed by Sceno Plus, this is the tallest performance stage in all of Vegas. “Nose bleed section” seats aren’t a thing here because there isn’t a single seat that’s more than 150ft from the performance stage. State-of-the-art sound equipment, including more than 265 L-Acoustics speakers, complete the package for what is the ultimate entertainment venue.
Now, it’s time to talk about the eats. Resorts World Las Vegas has more than three dozen dining options, from exclusive fine dining restaurants to your favorite spots for grabbing a quick bite or treat, like Starbucks or Aubi & Ramsa for delicious adult ice cream.
Resorts World Las Vegas also offers up Famous Foods, which is essentially a foodie’s paradise. The Southeastern Asian theme food hall features dining options that range from light and refreshing to downright decadent. The FUHU Shack brings westernized recreations of Chinese dishes to Vegas, and Sweet Eats offers mountains of sweet treats that are as pretty as they are delicious.
In addition to Famous Foods, there are also plenty of casual restaurants to choose from and a collection of Signature Restaurants on the trendiest “must-try” lists.
Resort World’s collection of restaurants doesn’t make life easy for the perpetually undecided. There are just that many great options. If you’re not sure where to start, the Signature Restaurant collection won’t disappoint.
Signature Restaurants at Resorts World Las Vegas include:
- Bar ZAZU
- Genting Palace
- Kusa Nori
- FUHU Bar & Restaurant
This is Las Vegas, so of course, Resorts World features a massive hotel-casino. Each resort casino in Vegas has something different to offer, from luxury and glitz to pure, streamlined gaming. The hotel-casino at Resorts World outshines in sophistication and makes other Vegas casinos seem small.
We’re talking about more than 117,000 sq ft of pure Vegas gaming. For reference, that equals out to about two football fields. It isn’t just the size of this resort that’s impressive. It’s also the ambiance. Sophisticated, classy, and top-tier all come to mind.
There are the usual suspects, like table games and slots, but for the more serious player, there’s a dedicated poker room that offers players a chance to slip away from the commotion of the casino and focus on their game. For sports fans that like to make a little wager, there’s also the Dawg House Saloon & Sportsbook.
For a more intimate casino experience, a special treat is waiting for you on the 66th floor at the Sky Gaming Lounge. This is truly a classic Vegas experience but mixed with the most modern progressive technology available today.
This should really be called “Nightlife & Daylife.” Resorts World brings Zouk to the party & club scene, where the hottest DJs, and hottest crowds, gather in what is set to be the premier club in Vegas. Zouk isn’t opening right away, but you can plan on dancing the night away in the fall.
Until then, there’s plenty of daytime action at the Ayu Dayclub. With a Southeast Asian Vibe, Ayu is a day club with live music and lots of cocktails, all set poolside for fun in the hot Las Vegas sun. Speaking of pools, did we mention that Resorts World has the largest pool complex on the Strip? There are seven incredible pools for dipping your toes and lounging the day away.
When Does Resorts World Open?
You don’t have to wait much longer! Resorts World Las Vegas is slated to open on June 24, 2021. Rooms and suites in the three towers, plus the restaurants, casino, theater, pools, fitness center, and dedicated retail space featuring boutique shops, are all part of the grand opening. Zouk, the resort’s nightclub, will open in the fall.
What is the newest Las Vegas Strip hotel?
The newest Las Vegas Strip hotel is Circa Las Vegas, owned by Derek Stevens.
Which Vegas hotels have been recently renovated?
The Virgin Hotel, the Sahara, the Waldorf Astoria, and Park MGM are all Vegas hotels that have been recently renovated.
When did Circa Resort open in Las Vegas?
Circa Resort opened on October 28th, 2020.
It’s hard not to be excited about the new resort with exclusive concepts arriving in Sin City. Luxurious rooms from Las Vegas Hilton, the Conrad, and Crockfords by LXR hotels are the focal point of Resorts World, but the dining, entertainment, relaxation, and gaming options are nearly endless. We’re excited to see the new Resorts World in Las Vegas, and we’ll be even more excited to see you there!