Resorts World Las Vegas Opens Today—and Hilton Isn’t Stopping There

It happened. Resorts World Las Vegas, the first triple-branded hotel (and so much more) on the Las Vegas Strip, is open for your business.

In the largest multibrand deal in Hilton Hotels & Resort’s history, Las Vegas will be the first city in the United Stated to host all three Hilton luxury brands: Hilton Las Vegas; Conrad Las Vegas at Resorts World; and Crockfords Las Vegas, LXR Hotels & Resorts. The Conrad is the largest of its kind in the world, accounting for 1,496 of the property’s 3,500 rooms, and Crockfords is the second U.S. location for the LXR brand.

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Resorts World features a whopping 250,000 sq. ft. of meeting and banquet space, including 50 meeting rooms and six ballrooms, one of which is a 23,000-square-foot, Strip-facing ballroom with floor-to-ceiling windows.

Hilton Suite

When fully built out, Resorts World will house more than 40 F&B options, touching on nearly every type of food you and your group could possibly want, from sugar boba milk at Tiger Sugar and Singaporean snacks at Mamak to Chef Ray Garcia’s Latin cooking at ¡Viva! and Italian fare and signature negronis at Brezza. Included in these expansive options are nine bars—be sure to caution your attendees not to go to crazy in their explorations.

Brezza (rendering)

Many of the dining facilities feature private dining rooms and full buyout options. Brezza, for instance, can host up to 50 in a private dining room and allows a full buyout for up to 375.

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Resorts World also claims a first in the room service realm, as the first resort to partner with GrubHub. A customized food app, On the Fly at Resorts World, lets guests order up the property’s F&B and retail options for delivery to their rooms and the resort’s 5.5-acre pool complex.

More in Store

Hilton may have hit a milestone but it’s shooting for more. The company is scheduled to have more than 30 hotels and 11,000 rooms across 12 brands in the Las Vegas market by the end of the year. This includes the recent opening of Virgin Hotels Las Vegas, Curio Collection by Hilton, just outside of The Strip.

Beyond that, Hilton will add seven more hotels and nearly 4,000 guest rooms across five brands by 2023.

“Hilton helped create the Las Vegas we know today—the entertainment capital of the world grew as we invested in unparalleled hotels, dining, entertainment and design,” says Chris Nassetta, president and CEO of Hilton. “Now we are raising the bar again, offering brands for any style of travel with a renewed focus on premium and luxury hotels. Las Vegas has been an especially bright spot in our global growth strategy, and we are excited to open thousands of rooms there just as people begin traveling again.”

 

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