Resorts World Las Vegas is a luxury resort, shopping destination, and casino on the Las Vegas Strip. It debuted on June 24, 2021. It is the first new resort on the Strip since the Cosmopolitan, which opened back in 2010. It includes a casino, a collection of restaurants, bars, and boutiques, AYU Dayclub, Zouk Nightclub, and a 59-story tower housing three Hilton hotels with luxury rooms and world-class amenities: the Las Vegas Hilton, Conrad Las Vegas, and Crockfords Las Vegas. Resorts World is a hospitality and casino franchise owned by the Malaysian conglomerate, the Genting Group.
Fun Fact: Resorts World cost $4.3 billion, making it the most expensive resort property ever developed in Las Vegas.
Resorts World Hotel Amenities – casino, dining, bars, lounges, AYU Dayclub, Zouk Nightclub, casino, race and sportsbook, parking, Corporate business center, room service, fitness center, spa, meeting and banquet space, Red Digital Concierge Services, wedding services, and nightlife entertainment.
Resort’s Rooms Amenities – Each room/suite has unique amenities.
Hotel Room Types
Las Vegas Hilton – 1,774 Accommodations: Deluxe Room, City View Deluxe Room, Partial Strip View Deluxe Room, Strip View Deluxe Room.
Conrad Las Vegas – 1,496 Rooms and Suites: Premium Room, City View Premium Room, Strip View Premium Room, City View One-Bedroom Suite, Strip View One-Bedroom Suite, Strip View One-Bedroom Suite, and Strip View Two-Bedroom Presidential Suite.
Crockfords Rooms and Suites – 236 Rooms: City View Superior Room and Strip View Superior Room. Suites: One-Bedroom Superior Suite, City View One-Bedroom Suite, Strip View One-Bedroom Suite, Strip View One-Bedroom Entertainment Suite, Strip View Two-Bedroom Suite, Strip View Three-Bedroom Entertainment Suite, and Strip View Four-Bedroom Presidential Suite. Villas: Two-Bedroom Pool Villa and Strip View Four-Bedroom Chairman's Villa. Palaces: Three-Bedroom Palace and Four-Bedroom Palace. Crockfords West Suites: City View One-Bedroom Suite, Strip View One-Bedroom Suite, City View One-Bedroom Entertainment Suite, Strip View One-Bedroom Entertainment Suite, Strip View Two-Bedroom Entertainment Suite, Strip View Four-Bedroom Penthouse, and Strip View Two-Bedroom Presidential Suite.
Resort World Casino – over 117,000 square feet of gaming with table games, slot machines, high-limit gaming areas, private gaming salons, and a dedicated poker room. Inside the casino is a 24,000-square-foot Entertainment Zone that includes a race and sportsbook and live entertainment.
Fitness Center – state-of-the-art equipment, personalized fitness programming, and a Stretch & Recovery Zone Powered By Therabody.
Las Vegas Golf – For Golf tee times can be arranged through Exploring Las Vegas.
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Las Vegas Pools – the pool complex offers five experiences, including AYU Dayclub, a luxurious outdoor pool with a tropical island Asian theme, plus cabanas, bungalows, daybeds, and party pits.
Las Vegas Pool Party Prices
Vegas Nightclubs – a vibrant, high-end, technologically advanced nightclub with top-tier talent featuring resident DJs Tiësto, Zedd, DJ Snake, and Deadmea5.
Las Vegas Nightclub Prices
Restaurants & Bars
Signature restaurants: Bar Zazu, a tapas café; Brezza, a modern Italian restaurant; Carversteak, a modern steakhouse; Caviar Bar, a fine dining experience with a new way to experience caviar; Crossroads, a plant-based fine dining restaurant; FUHU featuring Asian cuisine; Genting Palace, authentic Chinese cuisine; Kusa Nori, serving authentic Japanese food plus sushi; Viva, Latin cuisine; and Wally's, a combination restaurant, wine bar, and gourmet market.
Casual restaurants: Agave Bar & Grill – a pool bar and restaurant serving cocktails and coastal cuisine; Dawg House Saloon, an elevated sports bar; Mulberry Street Pizzeria serving authentic pizzas; Redtail, billed as a "social gaming bar" featuring a full-service bar, shared plates, and classic bar games; Suns Out Buns Out, a comfort food eatery; Tacos El Cabrón, featuring authentic Mexican dishes; and The Kitchen, breakfast and lunch buffet.
Famous Foods: Ah Chun Shandong Dumpling, dumplings and hand-pulled noodles; Blood Bros BBQ, Texas BBQ with an Asian twist; Boon Tong Kee, traditional Hainanese; Burger Barn serving a variety of burgers and sides; Center Bar, a bar of the future featuring self-pour offerings of beer, wine, and cocktails; FUHU Shack, a casual spin-off of FUHU Restaurant featuring serving dishes with duck; Fuhu Cha Chaan Teng, a full-service traditional Asian sit-down restaurant; Geylang Claypot Rice, a Singapore eatery featuring rice dishes from Southeast Asia; Googgle Man's Char Kuey Teow serving Asian comfort food; Here Kitty Kitty Vice Den, a speakeasy with a masterfully-crafted cocktail program; Kuru Kuru Pa Yakitori, serves Japanese-inspired food; Nori Bar that serves sashimi prepared counter-side and made-to-order handrolls; Pepita's Kitchen, Manila-inspired cuisine; Springleaf Prata Place, authentic Indian cuisine; Streetbird Las Vegas serving Nashville-style hot chicken; Sweet Eats featuring gourmet treats; Ten Suns Braised Beef, featuring a menu of Thai-style braised beef bowls with noodles, rice, or salad; and Tiger Sugar, Taiwanese bubble tea shop.
Shopping – 70,000 square feet of on-site shopping at The District.
Shows & Attractions
A rotating roster of resident performers like Katy Perry, Luke Bryan, and Michael Bublé, to name a few of the amazing shows.
Las Vegas Show Tickets
Spa – Awana Spa caters to both men and women guests with a variety of personalized treatments and wellness offerings.
Weddings – endless locations in and around the hotel for ceremonies, rehearsal dinners, and receptions, plus a talented team of wedding planners.