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The resort, located in the North Strip, comprises more than 1,600 rooms and suites along with some of Las Vegas’ hottest nightlife and culinary venues.
“When we surveyed SPG members about desired destinations for Tribute Portfolio, Las Vegas was at the top of their list, and I’m thrilled that we’ve been able to deliver on their demand in less than a year from launch,” said Dave Marr, global brand leader for Tribute Portfolio.
The largest Tribute Portfolio property to date, SLS Las Vegas is situated throughout three separate towers; Story, World and LUX. Accommodations range from 325-square-foot rooms to opulent penthouse suites spanning 3,300 square feet.
The Story Tower combines the design of an industrial loft and the intricate details of a boutique hotel, with amenities like floating beds and a multi-use sink that can serve as a makeup station or wet bar. Accommodations in the World Tower include plush bedding, a spacious work desk and a roomy seating area ideal for both leisure and business guests, while the LUX Tower offers relaxation with an artsy flare. Tapestry-like wall coverings and a peek-a-boo shower push a modern, edgy European style.
SLS Las Vegas' location in the North Strip also makes it a go-to destination for world-class dining, nightlife, and entertainment.
Bazaar Meat by José Andrés, a James Beard Award-winning chef, is a must-see for any carnivorous foodie. Menu items include a number of specially cured meats, steaks and seafood, as well as a list of classic cocktails with a twist. Another of André’s dining venues, Ku Noodle, offers up various flavors of Asian cuisine.
Cleo, created by chef Danny Elmaleh’s, serves contemporary Mediterranean cuisine complemented by a selection of handcrafted cocktails and unique wines, while SLS Las Vegas’ signature lobby bar, Monkey Bar, also offers up a unique selection of cocktails and beers.
For nightlife, Foxtail Nightclub is an upscale Las Vegas club that features an expansive outdoor pool deck. There is also Center Bar, serving hand-crafted specialty cocktails and shots in the center of the casino floor, along with a 3D lighting installation above the bar that displays “eye-popping” illustrations.
During the day, guests can visit the LUX Pool, an open air rooftop hot spot, where visitors can soak up the sun while enjoying signature cocktails and light fare.
SLS Las Vegas joins Starwood’s four existing hotels in the Las Vegas market, which include The Westin Las Vegas Hotel, Casino & Spa, The Westin Lake Las Vegas Resort & Spa, Four Points by Sheraton Las Vegas East Flamingo and Element Las Vegas Summerlin.