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Is it significant that Resorts World is Las Vegas' first new resort since 2010? Either way it's good to see this part of Vegas coming back to life after being a building site for so long. Resorts World is called a mega-resort for good reason: it's enormous! The glittering red 59-story tower is an umbrella for three Hilton hotels with a total of 3,506 hotel rooms and a ground floor with shared casino, theatre and retail zone named the District. While the Hilton, Conrad and Crockfords look like they're joined, they all have separate lobbies and entrances. Party away the evening at the lush Cabana Pool, and with seven other pools in the same zone, there is literally something for everyone.

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Kathryn Liston
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A travel writer for more than 40 years, Kathryn has visited more than 100 countries - and has loved every minute of it. Whether she’s cycling down a volcano in Maui (Hawaii), dog sledding in Sweden or cycling along the Rhine, it’s been a fun ride! You’ll find her articles and hotel reviews in national newspapers, such as The Telegraph and Observer, national magazines, online (Silver Travel Advisor) and in the travel trade press.



For a change to hanging out at the swish mega-resort, we love going across the road and popping into the low brow Ross Discount Store and having a meal at bargain-priced Denny's.

The hotel is in a new mega-resort, set away from the Strip.
By plane: Flights to Las Vegas from London take 10 hours 40 mins. The hotel is a 15-minute drive from the airport. Free parking available on-site.

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Style & Character

This hotel suits tourists and visitors looking for a bit of style at a fairly reasonable price. Watch out for the daily resort fees though. We adore the Ayu Dayclub and the whole 5.5 acre pool complex. It's perfect for having a swim, lounging, enjoying the outdoors and sunshine.

Service & Facilities

We like having the Grubhub app - great if you're prone to snacking at unusual times of the day and night.

  • Bar
  • Restaurants
  • Seven pools
  • Wellness suite
  • Fitness centre
  • Beauty treatments
  • Free parking
  • Free Wi-Fi
  • Digital concierge


Our bedroom has a comfy bed, interesting artwork, and expansive floor-to-ceiling window. We love that the resort has come up with some techy additions like online check-in, keyless hotel entry with your phone, plenty of USB ports and outlets, and an AI digital concierge named RED.

Deluxe King Room, Deluxe Two Queens Room, King Entertainment Suite, 2 Bed Entertainment Suite, Four Bed Penthouse
Facilities include: ensute bathroom, hairdryer, TV, free Wi-Fi

Food & Drink

The sheer number of quality restaurants provide an almost unlimited selection of food and drink - the Food Court on the first floor offers everything from Texas BBQ to sushi, pizza and Clay pot rice.

Brezza: Italian cuisine, open daily for dinner. Mains from $29.
Kusa Nori: Japanese. Open Tues-Sat for dinner.
Carversteak: steakhouse. Open daily for dinner.
Gatsby's Cocktail Lounge: wines, champagnes and cocktails. Open daily from 4pm.
Bar Zazu: European dining. Open daily for dinner and on weekends for breakfast and lunch.

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