Resorts World Las Vegas makes its debut on the Strip

Resorts World Las Vegas, the first resort built on the Las Vegas Strip in more than a decade, has officially opened.

The launch of the resort included a first-look party on June 24 for invited guests that featured a ceremonial ribbon cutting officiated by Genting CEO/Chairman K.T. Lim and Resorts World Las Vegas President Scott Sibella. They were joined by Hilton President/CEO Chris Nassetta, Nevada Governor Steve Sisolak, Clark County Commission Chair Marilyn Kirkpatrick, Clark County Commissioner Tick Segerblom and Nevada Congresswoman Dina Titus.

“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 Sibella. “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.”

Nassetta said, “We are thrilled to unveil Resorts World Las Vegas, an incredible property that marks the return of our signature Hilton hospitality on the Strip. Together, Hilton, Genting and Resorts World Las Vegas are committed to delivering unforgettable experiences for our guests, and this new resort raises the bar for Las Vegas. As we offer outstanding hotels, dining, entertainment and design, we are thrilled to welcome guests to the entertainment capital of the world for years to come.”

Through a historic partnership with Hilton, Resorts World Las Vegas offers 3,500 luxury guestrooms and suites from three premium Hilton brands—the largest multi-brand deal in Hilton’s history—including the largest Conrad Hotels & Resorts property in the world, one of the first LXR Hotels & Resorts locations in the U.S. and a marquee Hilton Hotels & Resorts hotel. Each brand features its own entrance, lobby and distinct selection of guest.

Las Vegas Hilton at Resorts World features 1,774 full-service guestrooms and suites ranging from 400-3,300 sq. ft.; Conrad Las Vegas at Resorts World offers 1,496 contemporary and luxury guestrooms and suites ranging from 550-2,800 sq. ft.; and Crockfords Las Vegas, LXR Hotels & Resorts has 236 guestrooms, suites and villas ranging from 550-7,000 sq. ft.

The property offers various new-age technology advancements across the property, including mobile check-in and digital key via the Hilton Honors app, an AI-powered digital concierge named Red and more. It also features more than 200,000 sq. ft. of LED displays, including a 100,000-sq.-ft. West Tower LED screen.

The first resort to partner with Grubhub, Resorts World Las Vegas guests can exclusively enjoy Grubhub’s advanced ordering technology through On The Fly at Resorts World powered by Grubhub. This solution allows guests to order and charge the cost to their room or credit card via the Grubhub app from the resort’s 40 food and beverage concepts and select retail shops for pickup or delivery. F&B options at the resort range from fine-dining and quick-service venues to original and exclusive concepts like Kusa Nori, Genting Palace, Sun’s Out Buns Out, Famous Foods Street Eats, Wally’s Wine & Spirits and Craig’s Vegan. Guests can send orders to their rooms as well to the resort’s 5.5-acre pool complex, which features five distinct pool experiences, including the only infinity-edge pool on the Strip.

Other amenities include a 27,000-sq.-ft. spa (which opens later this summer); a 5,000-seat concert and entertainment venue; and 250,000 sq. ft. of flexible meeting and event space, including 50 multi-functional meeting rooms. Later this summer, Resorts World Las Vegas will debut the first connector station to the Las Vegas Convention Center (LVCC) and Vegas Loop via an underground transportation system, providing convention-goers a transportation solution between the resort and the LVCC via all-electric vehicles.