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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This was our first time staying at this hotel. Check in was fast. The rooms are nice and very trendy. The beds and couch light up so no need for lamps. There was a mirror on the ceiling (wink). The downside was the the sink was not in the bathroom where the shower is. There is no closet or dressers for your belongings. Instead they have an area where you can put a few things on it but not a lot of space. Overall it was a different but good experience. The staff was friendly and helpful. The casino was fun. The pool area had a dj that played good music. The food was good. A little on the far side of the strip. Overall I would stay here again.More
Worst Hotel Stay In Out Lives
The Lobby had a bad sewer smell coming through the door by HERS Boutique. What was supposed to be a King Sized bed was in fact a standard sized bed. No drawers were available to store our clothing and we had to live out our suitcases the entire trip. We were given room 32202 which is on the street side. We woke up hearing noisy traffic every morning and went to sleep hearing our next door neighbors through the thin walls. The dining experience was horrible with overpriced food. There was no refrigerator, no microwave, no coffee pot or items most hotels offer. The Eclectic designs in the entire hotel was racially offensive to our sights and struck strong cords of prejudice. Management only took off two days of resort fees which was about $72.96 for 4 days of the most horrible experience ever and which was really not compensator at all. We will never stay at this hotel again and warn all our friends and family not to book there. Best part of the stay was the friendly staff and the shower head pressure.More
Darrell Y, 30226
Small gem at the end of the strip
We very stayed at Ceasars, Bellagio and Harrah's in the past, which are great hotels to be st If you enjoy being in the middle of all the hustle and bustle. Enter SLS, a newer not so well known resort and you have a hotel that was very easy to find great parking, quiet, and away from the busy party scene of Las Vegas. We enjoyed every aspect of this hotel from the pressure of the showers to the comfy beds. It really made our stay far more relaxing this time around. We would definitely stay here again. More
A Bit Disappointed This Time
This was my 2nd stay at this 4-star hotel, but my first time booking it through my travel membership. The hotel's service, was very responsive just as it was during my previous visit. My room however, was going through renovation. The ceiling was unfinished. At first I thought that perhaps the SLS, was going for a "warehouse/loft" motif. But when a hotel industry friend saw the room, they said it should have been off the market until it was finished. (Mind you, there was no mention of this at the time of booking. ) I will take some responsibility for bring way too busy and not reporting my concern. I just wonder if I was assigned this room because I booked through my membership at a significant discount, which included a mini-bar basket . I will, however, report it to my membership. In my previous membership bookings, I have always been pleased. More
Nice but not for Vegas
SLS is a nice hotel in Miami and LA. So wanted to check it in Vegas.. never again. Look if your used to staying at hard rock and want small then sure. But I'm used to encore, Aria and palazzo. First timers in Vegas should NOT stay here. To far from everything. You don't feel like your in Vegas staying here. GOOD food though. Smells like nasty smoke everywhere. It's not classy like the other sls. They found a NEEDLE in the pool the not 21 and over one. Theres no party pool it's small. The staff is okay and don't go over and beyond for you. It's like they are whatever. I go to Vegas a lot and not a fan. I doubt they were that booked it was pretty open. And they put us on 7th floor , handicapped. So we heard dumpsters all night long and the bathroom floor was soaked. That's when the staff should realize okay we aren't book let's make sure our guests are in good rooms so we don't get negative reviews. Also no bathtubs in any room. Again every persons expectations are different I prefer a bit more classy and grand when in Vegas. You get what you pay for . More
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