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 55-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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We stayed at the sls cause it was a newer hotel and NOT cheep so we expected more. When we got to are room it was dirty! By dirty I mean we got a white room and it more off white not if you know what I mean... the floor in the bathroom is gross they have white tile and it's not so white anymore if your going to promote a white clean room clean the tire for gosh sake! The bathroom had a glass shelf with towels on them and the glass shelf was dirty! The make up mirror was caked with film of dirt! Now to the pool area we went to lay out and have a good time at the pool and my husband went to go get 2 waters and a can beer and it was 28$$$ plus a 18% gratuity that's ridiculous it was small waters! I get it's Vegas but 8$ for a water is outrageous!!! I was disappointed with my room being dirty cause they clean the hotel itself very well!! On a good side the bed was very comfortable are room was quite which I liked. They have a 24hr open drug store that was very convenient the staff was nice! The ventilation system in the casino was very nice not very smoky at all which is hard to find in Vegas. It's very close to the monorail which was very convenient. I would of gave this hotel a 4/5 if my room was clean and it wasn't so expensive.More
Starwood charm is gone here
I like to stay at almost all Starwood hotels but here in Vegas and as in most of all other US cities I've been , the charm of the Starwood isn't as nice as in Asia. Service is just a burden to them, sorry to say I am disappointed this time. I remember one sentence while I wanna check out , normally and here as well, there are areas for SpG platinum or gold , I've stand there for a while and nothing happening , while the other lines getting shorter , finally my turn ,, I asked why u have a special line , I don't see any different , beside that's this special line takes even longer ... she said , this isn't a special line for our hotel , we serve every costumer in a same way, no mater Gold , Platinum or Dimond , just because u spend a lot here u are not special to us ..... come more often then u get used to the system... don't put too much weight on this line, we have a great casino here , no need to line up. She was laughing and though this was funny ..... yes I laughed a lot , while I booked my next stay at another hotel what do not have a charm of a train station ...More
Ryalyn Sicolo Dir of Ops made this difficult trip work
Having had to evacuate Miami on very short notice because of hurricane Irma, I had to go to Vegas earlier than planned for a business meeting. Ryalyn Sicolo the director of operations made this difficult pre business trip easy comfortable and as stress free as possible. She also made setting up the rooms for my fellow business associates as simple as could be for me. I have stayed at the SLS before several times, but the relatively new management here has made this visit the best yet. Very accommodating hotel, boutique atmosphere and personal service that rarely exists in Vegas among the mega hotels. Grateful for her help. Glad to be out of the hurricane. I highly recommend the SLS. The Northside restaurant is also a big plus...great value 24 hours a day and very good food and service. Ask for Jim to be your waiter.More
J Elias P, 34438
Very well layed out hotel. Down the end of the strip but transport with monorail is fantastic. I worked transport system easy. Concierge was brilliant booked all my trips and shows . Only downside side eating joints not many outside hotel but did find a maccas and subway around the corner. Rooms huge .More
Decent place to stay
We are currently staying at the SLS for my wife's birthday. The hotel is one of those trendy boutique places and for the most part it's pretty good. It's located on the north end of the Strip. The monorail stop is right outside the hotel, so this makes it convenient to travel down the strip. Our room was not ready when we arrived, so we went and had a few drinks. The Front Desk called us about an hour later to say our room was ready. The rooms are fairly large and clean. Our room did not have a fridge, which would be a nice idea. The hotel/casino area is spacious and well lit. We signed up for the players club card and found out that drinks were free as long as you were playing games. Great Idea!! They make you show your room card at the entrance to the elevators as a security feature. We flashed Costco, Airmiles and nearly every card in our wallets just to see what we could get away with! I bought my son a very expensive lacrosse stick and was worried that I would not be allowed to take it as carry on, so I went to the front desk asking for some help. All I wanted was a box or 2 that they were going to recycle that I could use to put around the stick in case it had to be checked. Wow, honestly you would have thought I asked for the moon. Zero help!!! This is a simple request and wouldn't cost the hotel anything!!! Not happy at all!! So to sum up, decent place to stay but they definitely do not go out of there way for you.More
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