Resorts World Las Vegas is finally open! The integrated casino resort was built on the land that was once home to the Stardust. Boyd Gaming imploded the beloved casino in 2007 to build a mega-resort complex called Echelon Place. Construction started on a very ambitious project (see more info here) shortly thereafter and ended in 2008. The current owners, Genting, broke ground on Resorts World in 2015. Plans for the $4.3 billion property have changed a few times since Resorts World was officially announced. It’s finally open and a great addition to the Vegas Strip.
Resorts World is the first casino to open on the Vegas Strip that was built from the ground up in more than a decade. The Cosmopolitan is the last bottom-up property to open on the Vegas Strip. “This is a very proud moment for Genting and our Resorts World Las Vegas family as we are honored to officially open our doors,” said Scott Sibella, president of Resorts World Las Vegas.
He continued, “This spectacular resort was designed to usher in a new era of hospitality in Las Vegas with unsurpassed dining and entertainment, an array of luxury hotel accommodations, and new-age technology. We are excited to finally be able to present this resort to the world and officially welcome guests to experience our exceptional amenities firsthand. We are grateful for all of the support we received during our opening and truly hope our community and visitors enjoy all of the hard work that went into creating this incredible property.”
We’ve been sharing news about Resorts World pretty often over the past year. Frankly, it was worth it. There are so many elements of this integrated casino resort worth featuring. Let’s refresh your memory about the hotels at Resorts World in case you’ve moved on from all of the news from the past year.

Multiple Hilton Hotels

Resorts World offers a total of 3,500 guest rooms and suites from three premium Hilton brands. This is the largest multi-brand deal in Hilton’s history. Resorts World includes the largest Conrad Hotels & Resorts property in the world. It’s also one of the first LXR Hotels & Resorts locations in the U.S. Most people will stay in the entry-level Hilton Hotels & Resorts rooms.
There’s probably not a bad choice of hotel rooms. Your budget will dictate which rooms will work best.

Three Hilton Brands

Here’s a look at each brand if you’re not familiar:

  • Las Vegas Hilton at Resorts World features 1,774 full-service guest rooms and suites ranging from 400 to 3,300 square feet with smart, elevated amenities.
  • Conrad Las Vegas at Resorts World offers 1,496 contemporary and luxury guest rooms and suites ranging from 550 to 2,800 square feet. These rooms offer luxe amenities and a curated art program.
  • Crockfords Las Vegas, LXR Hotels & Resorts showcases an intimate collection of 236 beautifully designed guest rooms, suites, and villas ranging from 550 to 7,000 square feet. These rooms feature lavish accommodations, upscale amenities, and highly personalized service.


Hotel Technology

Resorts World offers various new technology advancements across the property. You’ll be able to use mobile check-in and digital key via the Hilton Honors app. This allows for a contactless arrival experience, an AI-powered digital concierge named Red, and more.
The resort also boasts over 200,000 square feet of captivating LED displays. You’ll definitely notice the 100,000 square-foot West Tower LED screen. You can’t miss this if you’re at The Venetian, Wynn, or at other properties in the area.

Mobile Food Ordering

Resorts World is the first resort to partner with Grubhub. Guests can enjoy Grubhub’s advanced ordering technology through On The Fly at Resorts World powered by Grubhub. This innovative solution allows guests to order and charge the cost to their room or credit card via the Grubhub app.
This works with the 40 food and beverage concepts and some retail shops for pickup or delivery. Guests can send orders to their rooms as well to the resort’s 5.5-acre pool complex.


Marc Meltzer covers Las Vegas, gaming and men’s lifestyle for various outlets. Check out his blog at Edge Vegas.
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