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Review : Conrad Las Vegas at Resorts World | Hilton Honors

Hotel Conrad Las Vegas Hotel at Resorts World
Country United States
City Las Vegas
Loyalty Program Status Gold
Points Per Night Starting at 36,000 hilton honors points
Hotel brand Conrad Hotels & Resorts
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Conrad Las Vegas Hotel at Resorts World
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To the point Nestled in the heart of the Resorts World Las Vegas complex, the Conrad Hotel emanates luxury and sophistication, offering a glamorous retreat on the famed Las Vegas Strip. Here's my review of this hotel in operation since only 2021.

What exactly is "Resorts World"?

Resorts World Las Vegas harmoniously blends the technology and luxurious charm of a contemporary urban resort with the traditions and details inherited from the international Resorts World brand. When it opened in 2021, it was to be the first integrated complex built on the Las Vegas Strip in over a decade. Resorts World Las Vegas offers 3,506 rooms and suites in three different hotels, an extensive casino, over 40 world-class dining options, a 5,000-persons-capacity theater, distinctive nightlife venues, an extensive collection of boutiques featuring a wide range of internationally renowned brands, and much more.

The three hotels that make up Resorts World, in ascending order of price and elegance, are as follows:

The room described in this text is part of the Conrad hotel, but please note that all the services offered in the Resorts World complex are available to all guests staying at any of the three hotels.

Conrad Las Vegas at Resorts World - Location

Located at the north end of the Las Vegas Strip, Conrad Las Vegas Hotel at Resorts World is ideally situated opposite the 1.4 million sq. ft. expansion of the Las Vegas Convention Center, as well as the Fashion Show Mall, a 250-store, 2 million sq. ft. shopping center.

The distance between the airport and Resorts World Las Vegas is approximately 5.6 kilometers.

Conrad Las Vegas at Resorts World - Lobby and common areas

First impression as you enter the hotel lobby: it’s big, there’s lots of space, the ceilings are high, and not only can you not see the casino, you can’t even hear it… And that’s pretty rare in Las Vegas.

The second striking impression, as soon as you start wandering around the Resorts World complex, is that you don’t get lost. Indeed, the majority of Las Vegas casinos are renowned for their labyrinthine design, deliberately aimed at disorienting customers so that they lose track of time, struggle to find the exits and spend an extended amount of time playing within the casino.

In contrast, Resorts World stands out from this norm with a meticulously planned layout featuring clean lines and clear design, offering visitors a refreshingly easy-to-navigate space.

Conrad Las Vegas at Resorts World - The room

Our room is a spacious suite measuring approximately 550 square feet, with extremely high ceilings and large windows spanning the entire height of the space. Apart from being on one of the hotel’s upper floors, this is an entry-level room for the Conrad.

You might expect to pay quite a lot for this room, but if you consult the price calendar on the hilton.com website, the cheapest rate for this room is around 110-120 USD per night, for specific dates in December and January. If there’s one destination where hotel rates vary enormously by date, it’s Las Vegas. So, to get a good rate, you need to be flexible in your choice of dates. As with most Las Vegas hotels, don’t forget to add the mandatory resort fee to the rate.

The resort fee is 45 USD per night for any of the three hotels at Resorts World.

From the room we have a view of the Strip stretching southwards. A breathtaking view you’ll never get tired of.

Conrad Las Vegas at Resorts World - The casino

I’m not a gambler, so I can’t comment on or compare the casino’s gaming offering, but from a more general point of view, it’s clearly one of the most modern casinos in Las Vegas and one of the largest, as its surface area exceeds that of two soccer fields. Away from the main gaming floor, a few VIP gaming rooms are also available.

Conrad Las Vegas at Resorts World - Famous Foods Street Eats

A food fair with an Asian theme, that’s what“Famous Foods Street Eats” is all about. It’s right next to the casino, and you’ll find almost twenty small restaurants to eat at.

To order, there are kiosks scattered all around the food fair. You can combine several dishes from different restaurants on a single order, so you don’t have to queue at each place.

I’d like to draw your attention to the little restaurant called ” Fugu Cha Chaan Teng “. Behind one of the shelves on the back wall of the restaurant is the secret entrance to a speakeasy. All you have to do to get in is ask!

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An unusual detail at this food fair: take a detour through the toilets and you’ll feel more like you’re in a nightclub.

Conrad Las Vegas at Resorts World - The District

Spanning some 70,000 square feet, the area known as “The District” features a host of boutiques, restaurants, bars, lounges and even some unusual works of art, such as a Volkswagen Beetle transformed into a ball.

At the heart of “The District” is a special feature: a 50-foot-diameter sphere whose surface is covered with LED lights that create a video screen. Video shows run daily from midday to 1 a.m., with a new visual presentation every hour. In a way, it’s a miniature version of the other sphere in Las Vegas.

Right next to this sphere, you’ll find the entrance to one of the underground stations of the transportation system known as the “Vegas Loop”. From this station, you can hop aboard Tesla cars for a quick tunnel transfer to the Las Vegas Convention Center. For the moment, Resorts World is the only hotel with a station connected to the Las Vegas Convention Center. The tunnel system is currently under construction, and several hotels will be connected to it within the next few years.

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Conrad Las Vegas at Resorts World - "Allé Lounge on 66"

The best way to end the day at Resorts World is with a visit to the Allé Lounge on 66 , located at the top of the Resorts World Las Vegas complex. Indeed, when the elevator door opens onto the 66th floor, and as soon as you enter the lounge, it’s the breathtaking panoramic views of the Las Vegas Strip that are fascinating. For great evening shots and to avoid reflections in the windows, step out onto the small outdoor terrace, where guests can enjoy the glittering panorama of the city while sipping cocktails and gourmet food.

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“The Allé Lounge on 66” is open from 5 p.m. every day. Drinks are priced to match the panoramic view… Be warned.

Save at Hilton with flexible rewards points

The Conrad Las Vegas at Resorts World is part of the Hilton Honors loyalty program.

Unfortunately, no credit card in Canada allows for directly accelerating the accumulation of points within this program. The traditional (and slower) way is to collect points by staying at a Hilton hotel. Don’t forget to also charge your hotel restaurant expenses to your room to earn more points.

Fortunately, you can transfer your American Express Membership Rewards points to the Hilton Honors program. You can also earn Hilton Honors Gold status by holding the Platinum CardMD from American Express or the Business Platinum CardMD from American Express.

Alternatively, many flexible rewards programs offer you the option of converting your points into an account credit and applying them to travel expenses charged to your card. Popular flexible programs include :

When paying with Hilton Honors loyalty program points, depending on the dates, expect to pay :

Hilton Resorts World: between 36,000 and 70,000 Hilton Honors points

Conrad Resorts World : between 36,000 and 70,000 Hilton Honors points

Crockfords Resorts World: between 88,000 and 95,000 Hilton Honors points

Bottom Line

Conrad Las Vegas at Resorts World is located at the northern end of the Strip, and at first glance this location may seem a little disconnected from the rest of the Strip, but with the very recent opening of the Fontainebleau Las Vegas hotel in the same area, the northern part of the Strip is undergoing a metamorphosis and becoming a very exclusive hub.

Some might particularly criticize the area known as “The District” for its mall-like appearance, creating a slight break with the much more ubiquitous luxury of the rest of the complex. However, in the evening, when the elegant, well-dressed crowd gathers and takes over the premises, this impression fades.

In Las Vegas, among 5-star hotels, Conrad Las Vegas at Resorts World offers the ultimate in value for money. Probably an equivalent establishment offering the same kind of product, but in a different market and context, could justify much higher rates. In my opinion, the establishment stands out for its exceptional service, characterized by an originality rarely matched by its competitors.

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