Resorts World Las Vegas (RWLV), the Strip’s newest integrated resort to open in over a decade, offers travellers a world-class high-tech ’resort within a resort’ experience that welcomes cash, credit cards and cryptocurrency and takes wagers with a mobile wallet.
Situated at the north end of the Strip where the iconic Stardust once ruled, it is ideally located across from the 1.4 million-square-foot Las Vegas Convention Center Expansion, and the 250-store Fashion Show Mall.
RWLV is a partnership with global hospitality player, Hilton. Fusing Hilton’s decades of global industry expertise with Resorts World’s elevated service, the property integrates three of Hilton’s premium brands into its resort campus. The development includes Las Vegas Hilton, the resort’s full-service brand; Conrad Las Vegas, Hilton’s contemporary luxury brand; and Crockfords Las Vegas, one of the first hotels to debut in the US from LXR, Hilton’s collection of bespoke, independent luxury properties.
The First Year of Resorts World
Opened in June 2021, the expansive property features 3,506 guest rooms and suites; an innovative, next-generation gaming floor; over 40 world-class food and beverage options; a 5,000-capacity theatre that has featured Carrie Underwood, Katy Perry, and DJ Tiesto; distinct nightlife venues (Zouk Nightclub and Ayu Dayclub; an extensive retail collection boasting a broad spectrum of internationally known brands like Judith Leber, Hervé Léger, Sugarfina, and Craig’s Vegan Ice Cream.
RWLV features an unrivalled gaming experience with the most innovative casino technology. With 117,000-square-feet of gaming space complete with slots, table games, a dedicated poker room, high-limit areas, and a sportsbook, the next-generation casino redefines the traditional gaming experience by introducing the most technologically advanced gaming floor within one integrated resort. There are 1,400 slot machines, 117 table games, and 30 poker tables.
The resort also has a passenger station stop and tunnel that connects it to the Las Vegas Convention Center Expansion via Elon Musk’s innovative transportation system that utilizes underground tunnels and self-driving Tesla vehicles.
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The Origin of Crockfords
Over a century ago, the original Crockfords was founded in London’s fashionable St. James’s district. The club quickly became known for its luxurious, grandeur appeal and high standard of service, gambling and indiscretion, drawing membership from the aristocracy, including the Duke of Wellington. It was established in 1823, closed in 1845, re-founded in 1928 and closed in 1970.
Crockfords today continues to uphold its elegance and commitment to exceptional guest service with global luxury resorts and gaming clubs in London, Cairo, Singapore, and Malaysia.
Designed for the Elite Guest
Steelman Partners designed the Crockfords Las Vegas, and its thoughtfully designed spaces and accommodations include a grand lobby with a spacious seating area with stylish settees and plush pillows, oversized armchairs and a chic bar for relaxing. The twenty-six-foot vaulted ceilings are dotted with shimmering mirror accents, a dazzling chandelier centrepiece, and beautiful integrations of opulent stone encapsulate their attention to detail. Prominent shades of emerald and peacock softened by delicate accents of blush create an ethereal, sophisticated arrival moment.
A Guestroom, Suite, Villa or Palace: Take Your Pick!
Guests at Crockfords Las Vegas can discreetly check-in and enjoy private access to their accommodations via an exclusive entrance and grand lobby. Integrated into RWLV’s hotel tower, guests can enjoy convenient access to the resort’s premier gaming, dining and entertainment offerings as desired.
There are a series of suites for guests to choose from, including the Superior guestrooms (550-square-feet), Superior suites (1-3 bedrooms and between 1,100 and 3,000-square-feet, and Presidential suites (two at 4,500-square-feet) located on the 64th and 66th floors.
The 65th floor holds the Chairman’s Villa – a 6,000-square-foot retreat with a private balcony boasting panoramic views of the Las Vegas Strip. Designed with the comfort of home in mind, it offers four bedrooms with an expansive living and game room with billiards, a fully stocked wet bar, a show kitchen with the highest-end residential appliances, a private karaoke room with wraparound seating and state-of-the-art audio-visual technology, including a super LED TV.
At ground level are two Pool Villas and three Palaces (3,300 to 7,000-square-feet) offering multi-bedroom, estate-style luxury retreats. These residential-style accommodations range from 3,300 to 7,000-square-feet and showcase contemporary elegance with a soft, ethereal colour palette with polished accents, curated artwork and sculptures and state-of-the-art technology.
Discreetly tucked into the resort, each Villa and Palace features a serene outdoor garden and terrace for a private oasis with comfortable seating and dining areas, a pool and covered spa, and an outdoor kitchen in the Palaces, making for a genuinely desirable atmosphere.
A Complete Pool Experience
For the delight of all, RSLV offers a 5.5-acre pool complex, making it the largest elevated pool deck in Las Vegas. It has five unique pool experiences over nine bodies of water, including a 1,800-square-foot infinity pool with spectacular views of the Las Vegas Strip.
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Plenty of large, expansive resorts on the Strip have everything you seek, but at Resorts World, everything is in one place.
Check-in and relax knowing that everything you need is just tap away!
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