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Conrad is part of a threesome of Hilton hotels that occupies the new Las Vegas Resorts World property in the Northwest of the city. It's on the Strip and it's lush! This space was formerly where the Stardust was based but, since that iconic hotel was torn down in 2006, the spot has pretty much lain vacant. In fact, it has been over 10 years since a new resort property in Vegas opened, so this is quite a big deal. The first floor is occupied by a vast casino (shared by all three hotels) and enormous food court with 40 different restaurants. The 1,496 guestroom Conrad is a step up from the Las Vegas Resorts World (on the luxury scale) and is decorated with splashes of red, considered a lucky colour in China. Though both the Conrad and Las Vegas Resort World Hotels are housed in the same 59 story glistening tower, they have separate lobbies; the Crockford is the third hotel on the premises, part of the Hilton luxury chain, and it also has a separate lobby. The pool complex is an astonishing 5.5 acres with seven different pools and a special cabana littered area which is part of the Ayu Day Club.

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Lynn Houghton
Freelance Travel Writer
Lynn was born in Calgary and writes about adventure travel, plus covers cultural stories and hotel reviews for national consumer titles, travel magazines, as well as national newspapers



Travel about 10 minutes further west by car for the fabulous Neon Museum, an outdoor exhibition in homage to the city's old neon signs.

Part of a new mega-resort, the hotel is on the Strip and close to the Convention Centre.
By plane: flights to Las Vegas from London take 10 hours 40 mins. The hotel is a 15-minute drive from the airport. Private parking available.

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Style & Character

The Conrad is a step up from the larger Las Vegas Worlds Resort Hotel next door and suits those looking for a bit more elegance. The vast 5.5 acre pool complex is the pièce de résistance of this resort.

Service & Facilities

We love being able to do everything on our phone, from checking in, to ordering food on the Grubhub app - technology is the USP of the Las Vegas Resorts World experience.

  • Bar
  • Restaurants
  • Six pools
  • Casino
  • Gym
  • Wellness centre
  • Beauty treatments
  • On-site parking
  • Free Wi-Fi


The combined living room/bedroom has stonking views out over the Strip all adding to the fun. We love the digital concierge, RED, which is quite a fun AI addition to the guestroom experience.

Premium King Room, Premium 2 Queens Room, Premium Room 2 Queens, 1 Bed King Suite, Two Bed Conrad Presidential Suite, Two Kings Suite
Facilities include: ensute bath or shower, hairdryer, TV, free Wi-Fi

Food & Drink

The FUHU restaurant is our favourite, with the Boston Lobster Noodle soup a real hit. The Ginger and Garlic Gai Lan is terribly tasty, too. The Claypot Rice Restaurant is also something a bit different and really yummy.

FUHU: Asian dining. Open daily for dinner. Mains from $18.
Dawg House: Southern American fare, draft beers and cocktails. Open daily 11am until late.
Crossroads: plant-based fine dining.
¡VIVA!: Mexican cuisine. Open daily for dinner and weekends for brunch.

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