Last Updated on March 21, 2022
Things are always changing in Las Vegas to keep up with the latest and greatest trends. The accommodations are no different. Las Vegas is a hot tourist destination, and Las Vegas Hotels want to be part of the action, so there are always remodels and new properties being added.
Las Vegas recently celebrated a new property on Fremont Street downtown in October of 2020 called Circa Las Vegas. In addition, Las Vegas also has another new property coming this year– Resorts World. There are several new resorts, but let’s talk about the newest hotel, Circa Las Vegas, and then we will give you a rundown of the others.
The Newest Hotel in Vegas
Though Sin City has several hotels that have undergone renovations or are still undergoing renovation or construction, Circa Las Vegas just had its grand opening in October of 2020, so it counts as the newest hotel in Las Vegas at the moment.
Circa Resort & Casino Las Vegas – Downtown Las Vegas
The team at Circa Las Vegas has done an excellent job at merging modern, upscale hotel luxury with classic Las Vegas in everything from their rooms and amenities to the entertainment and nightlife at this new resort.
Rooms & Amenities
Two of the most important things about any hotel are the rooms and amenities. Circa has standard rooms, suites, and premium suites, all with plenty of great amenities.
The standard rooms are classic but modern and luxurious. They have four different standard room layouts: the single king, the double king, the flex king, and the ADA standard.
The single king is just over 400 square feet, with a king bed and a sitting area with a couch. The double king has two king beds and a comfy sitting chair. The flex is a mix between the two previous layouts with a king bed and a couch that converts into another king bed if needed. The ADA standard is the same as a single king room but with features that make it ADA compliant.
All of the standard rooms come with a mini-fridge, in-room tablet technology, a clothing steamer, a safe, and a bathroom that has a dual vanity, a walk-in shower with a bench, a hairdryer, and custom scented hygiene products.
Like the standard rooms, the suites have a modern, simplistic feel. Circa offers six different suite layouts, including the Circa suite, the end suite, the corner, the studio, the bunk pad, and the ADA complaint suite.
The Circa suite is just over 860 square feet and consists of a king bed and a living room with two TVs, a dining table, a wet bar, and a king convertible couch. The end suite is a bit bigger at 980 square feet but includes the same contents as the regular suite.
If you’re into views of the Vegas skyline, the studio suite gives you even more square feet and a more defined living room space in addition to views of the Vegas sunrise or sunset.
The corner studio gets you all of the same things as the regular studio suite, except you get views of both the sunrise and the sunset out of the floor-to-ceiling windows. The bunk pad allows you to bring the whole squad with two bunk beds in one room with a living room area with a wet bar. The ADA-compliant suite is the same as the standard suite, with ADA compliance built-in.
Each of the suites has a mini-fridge, in-room tablet technology, a safe, a clothing steamer, and a bathroom with a water closet, a dual vanity, a walk-in shower, a hairdryer, and Balmain luxury hygiene products.
Taking it one step further in true Las Vegas fashion are the premium suites. Circa Las Vegas offers five unique premium suite layouts, including the founder’s suite, the panoramic sunset suite, the bunk suite, the hospitality suite, and the panoramic sunrise suite.
The founder’s suite is just over 1800 square feet and combines old-school Vegas glamour and luxury. It features two bedrooms, one and a half baths, and a living room with a full refrigerator, a bar, a dining table, extra seating, and an electric fireplace, all with views of the Las Vegas Strip.
The panoramic sunset suite is just over 1100 square feet and features one bed, one bath, a living room with a convertible couch, a dining table, and a wet bar overlooking the Pool Amphitheater. The panoramic sunrise suite features all of the same contents as the panoramic sunset suite, but with city views.
The bunk suite is 1,300 square feet and features panoramic city views and four sets of bunk beds. You’ll enjoy lounging at the wet bar, seating area, and dining room table in the living room. The hospitality suite comes in two different layouts but features a flexible space with different functions for a myriad of events. The room also includes a banquet table, a full bath, a convertible couch, and views of the Strip or the mountains.
Circa Las Vegas has taken its amenities to the next level with every detail, even down to the parking garage and hotel lobby. The amenities you can look forward to include:
- The concierge can help you with anything from reservations and gift ideas to a simple reminder.
- Full-service spa with massages available at your room, on the casino floor, the gaming stable, or at Stadium Swim
- Stadium Swim, which is a multi-tiered pool amphitheater. The swimming complex has six pools on three different levels all overlooking a 40-foot tall high-definition screen. Cabana and daybed reservations available and plenty of swim-up bars.
- The Garage Mahal, an eight-story high-tech transportation hub that accommodates valet, ride-sharing, self-parking, and long-term parking for Circa guests in style with art installations on two corner video walls. They pride themselves on being the cleanest and safest parking garage in Las Vegas.
Plus, they offer a full-featured fitness center and gift shop. In other words, Circa has it all.
Nightlife & Entertainment
As one of the newest hotels, Circa has plenty of places on-site to get entertained, wine, dine, and drink.
Circa Las Vegas has overtaken Westgate to make sportsbook history and claim the title of the largest sportsbook in the world. They have included the best technology and have three stories of seating for 1,000 sports fans. They also have private boxes for groups. Their screen is massive, with over 78 million pixels and live streaming of in-depth betting analysis from experts.
The casino at Circa is high-energy, with loud music and an upbeat feel. It is a two-level casino in las Vegas with over 1,300 slot machines and 55 table games plus a High Limit Room.
Circa has five on-site restaurants featuring a variety of cuisines. They include Barry’s Downtown Prime Steaks & Cocktails, Saginaw’s Delicatessen, Victory Burger, 8 East, and Project BBQ.
Whether you want a steak dinner, Asian-theme cuisine, or a deli sandwich, there is a restaurant for you. Looking for coffee? Jack Pots is a modern cafe on-site with delicious custom coffee blends, breakfast items, and salads.
Find your perfect vibe at one of Circa’s five bars and hangouts, including Legacy Club Rooftop Cocktails, Vegas Vickies, Mega Bar, Overhang Bar, or Circa Bar the longest outdoor bar on Fremont Street at 118 feet with 24 different cocktails and dancing bartenders.
More New Hotels in Las Vegas
Though Circa is full-featured and a great addition to downtown Las Vegas, there are several other new hotels in Las Vegas.
Virgin Hotels Las Vegas – Renovated 2021
Virgin Hotels Las Vegas was previously the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino and is located just east of the Strip. It is inspired by the surrounding desert with a new pool deck that has a five-acre promenade for events. Virgin Hotels has an in-house 4,000 seat theater, another location of Nobu, Todd English’s Olives, Night + Market, One Steakhouse, and the decadent Shag Room, among many other amenities.
Resorts World Las Vegas – New Construction, Opening mid-2021
Resorts World Las Vegas is the first new construction on Las Vegas Boulevard in more than a decade. They have two 59 story towers with a digital video exterior. The Resorts World property will have an infinity pool overlooking the Strip, a shopping plaza, a 5,000 seat theater featuring Katy Perry, and several onsite restaurants and nightlife.
Sahara Las Vegas – Renovated 2019
The Sahara, a property on the North end of the Strip, was most recently renovated in 2019 with brighter, more contemporary rooms, an upgraded casino, and improvements to the three pool decks. Though they have several on-site restaurants already, they will be introducing new dining concepts this year and will be the new home for Magic Mike Live soon.
Waldorf Astoria – Renovated 2018
The Waldorf Astoria was previously the Mandarin Oriental and is one of the most luxurious hotels on the Strip. The rooms have been redesigned, and the views are incredible, in addition to the very upscale amenities.
Park MGM – 2018
Park MGM was born from the Monte Carol, which was built in 1996 but renovated in 2018 to become Park MGM. The renovations cost about 550 million dollars and really brought the property to life-changing the rooms, the casino, the lobby, and the pool deck. They also brought in new dining experiences and headliner entertainment like Lady Gaga and Bruno Mars.
Stay at a New Hotel in Las Vegas
Staying at a new hotel in Las Vegas has its benefits, such as new technology and upgraded amenities. Consider staying at one of the recently renovated or new construction resorts for an elevated experience on your next trip to Las Vegas.