Located at the Strip's north end, across from the convention center and a 10-minute walk to Fashion Show shops. It's all here – a gaming floor, sports book, nightclubs, a wellness spa, and seven outdoor pools. Dining options include a street food hall and award-winning steakhouse. The hotel offers 250,000 sq. ft. of event space as well as a 5,000-capacity theater.
Minimum check-in age: 21 years old
per room/per night (plus tax)
Paid directly to the hotel.
Resort fees include
High speed WiFi fo up to eight devices
Smart TV casting ability
Unlimited locan and toll-free calls
Discounts on cabana and pool chair experiences, spa and fitness treatments and spa and fitness retail items
Inclusions subject to change without notice at the discretion of the property. Some restrictions may apply.
Thought I'd try this place one more time. Stupid me, lol. Resorts World is still a train wreck. Badly understaffed, long lines everywhere. Slot machines are ridiculously tight.And the place is like a shopping mall... an Asian food court -- with overpriced mini-servings- surrounding a casino.
The most ridiculous issue of all though, is that this supposedly high-end casino resort STILL REFUSES TO OFFER ROOM SERVICE. Unbelievable. They obviously are too cheap, to staff a kitchen and their own food service personnel!! You have to order room food thru a phone app!! Seriously???? Heck, you can do that at a Motel 6.
Avoid this dump. If you go, you will absolutely be disappointed.
Overpriced and Underwhelming
Jun 27, 2022
Honestly this hotel is not worth the price. It is a nice hotel and casino but it feels very soulless and $7.50usd for a bottle of water, just a rip off. The customer service was poor and dealers in the casino often rude. Lots of little things not working properly like the shower head in the room and the card readers in the lift. Zero house keeping unless you call. The location wasn’t great either, a decent walk to the shops or anywhere with cheaper options. It wasn’t terrible, however I doubt I will ever go back.
Crossroads Restaurant. The food was excellent and 100% vegan.
Ayu Dayclub. Again drinks are extremely expensive. But a truly Vegas experience. Tip - if you don’t want to spend the whole day there, ask what time the headline act is on at the concierge. We had a great view and only paid general admin.