The SLS Las Vegas Hotel doles out over 1,500 rooms among its three towers – and each has an individual theme.
The SLS Las Vegas Hotel has its own monorail stop, so reaching the casinos and light shows of the Las Vegas Strip is easy.
The SLS Las Vegas Hotel knows how to live it up – the main pool lays on club nights hosted by big-name DJs, while the rooms are kitted out with deluxe extras like 52-inch flatscreen TVs.
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Foxtail Pool is more than just an ordinary swimming pool. Enjoy live acts and DJs on the large terrace for a real pool party atmosphere day and night.
The casino at the SLS is an impressive affair. At 60,000 square feet, it boasts more than 60 classic table games. You'll also find over 600 slot and video poker machines offering an impressive number of games tallying over 3000.
Umami Burger and Beer Garden
Umami Burger offers up the finest burgers using hand ground beef, and hand made patties with their own unique blend of seasonings and Umami Ketchup. Wash it down with a tasty craft beer from the wide selection on tap.
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Superior Double Room
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So stayed in story king with the minibar, got no minibar,only a 100 dollar food and beverage credit. No exciting sexy surprises, it was the room and room only. We ended up not staying in the hotel much so it was okay. I have to compliment housekeeping for being awesome. The only restaurant we went to in our hotel was north side cause we were usually back there at 1am to sleep. Fried rice and Szechuan is good there.More
SLS great place to stay and plan your day trips..
My wife and I were celibrating out 5th wedding anniversary and we thoroughly enjoyed our stay. This hotel is off the beaten path but close enought to jet out to the big attraction hotels and easy to commute from. We visited the Hoover dam ( 32 Miles away ) and then hit the Grand Canyon west rim ( 92 Miles away from the dam ) Loved it!!! we had a blast. We did hit the pool in the evenings so relaxing. More
Great customer service - the hotel staff was excellent. We stayed at the Story Book Tower and the room displayed a different flair and ambiance. The ceiling mirror added a nice touch. Only thing lacking was storage space for clothes. The room had no dressers for this purpose. Restaurants at this property are awesome! Katsuya's Wag Yu fried rice dish is to die for! Highly recommend it. Northside resto is just as awesome - great breakfast place. Their Chinese menu is just as awesome for lunch and dinner.More
Modern rooms, but location sucks
This hotel is pretty nice, the only big downside is it's location. Its only a 5 min drive down to the Venetian area. With hotels starting to charge for self-parking, you're going to have to utilize Uber/Lyft to get down there. The room itself is pretty modern. It would have been better if the 2 double beds became 2 queen beds. The bathroom is very spacious. The water temperature and water pressure is just right. The hotel offers many quality restaurants, but we didn't try them. The casino felt pretty empty. If you're looking for a lively vegas atmosphere, this isn't the hotel for you. If you're looking for a quiet hotel to stay at then this is the right one.More
Middle of the Pack
We stayed here one night to give it a try. While it is nice overall, it wasn't my favorite place. Rooms are spacious . . . but had that "W" feel from 2005. I loved the amenities in the bathroom - larger than most, and they came in tubes so you didn't have to slam a small bottle against your hand to release the product! If you want to stay on the strip, pick another spot . . . while on the strip, it is so far from all the action, (down by stratosphere). If I'm staying on the strip . . . I don't want to uber back and forth! I was also surprised to see how early they close everything up. We returned to the hotel late and had planned on a drink in the lobby . .. but upon return it was a ghost-town. Unfortunate, really. It's OK, but not the SLS you'd find in Miami . . . .PS, I couldn't connect to the WIFI in my room which was very frustrating (yes they offer free, but mine was not working) . . .More
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