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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I went to Vegas with a group of my friends for one of their 27th birthday. We stayed at the SLS it was a pretty nice place. The rooms were nicely decorated and glamorous. The only thing i didn't like was that there was no fridge or microwave. On the plus side they do have a casino and a few store options as well as dine in/dine out options while you stay there. More
Watonnia J, 55522
2 Star Kindness
I decided on a 2 star rating out of kindness and due to the fact that overall service in this hotel was solid. I just stayed here for 3 nights with a large group. The facilities service, whether the restaurants, the bars, pool or casino was great throughout our stay. The property itself is nice and has the tram to take you up strip so fairly convenient if not right in the action. All in all, I would have said 4 star with the only drawback being it's a bit lonely out there. That can be both positive or negative depending on your view. I would have said a good value if you could book it at a good rate and I would have stopped there...... but no, I'm going with a 2 star which is one more than deserved. I was there 3 nights and it was a full 60 hours before my room was serviced. That's over 2 days which included several calls downstairs to fix the problem On the second night, after returning to our room at 11:00 PM to find we no toilet paper, no towels, trash beginning to stack up...in short, no way to use the bathroom and no towels for the morning. Naturally, I called down and asked them to rush up the essentials so we didn't have to spend an evening in our room waiting for the knock on the door. The last straw was they couldn't even do that. It took 40 minutes and the guy who brought it up acted like we were putting them out. The word from our other rooms was the hotel said they only had staff for the rooms that had departing guests and couldn't service current guests. I've had rooms not cleaned before but never a failure to do it on consecutive nights and never such a failure to do what was necessary to rectify the situation. If the hotel is so understaffed or even if due to a busy period, declare that upfront at checkin or at booking. That would end with fewer guests to match the level of service they are capable of providing. Going this route simply ends in bad recommendations and fewer return customers, both of which take longer to overcome than the short benefits of over booking.More
We stayed here for one night in November 2016, due to a last-minute good deal. I cannot say enough nice things about this place. Some of the reviewers complained that the rooms were too small, but we didn't find that to be a problem at all. There was more than enough room for 2 people with 2 giant suitcases. I loved the decor and the bed was comfy as well. The casino has a cool vibe. We spent a lot of time at the sports book playing video poker at the bar, and the bartenders were really nice and friendly. I didn't know what to think about this property, since I remembered it as the Sahara back in the day. I was pleasantly surprised with how cool and clean the entire property was, as well as the amount of food options available. It was a short Lyft ride from downtown Las Vegas, which was much appreciated. We will definitely be back.More
Lovely shiny hotel let down by some poor service
I stayed here for 4 nights and have to say the hotel is lovely, shiny and new. On checking in they didn't have the room I booked in the one tower, so they moved me to the Story Tower. It's quite funky and "loft looking" with a bed in the middle of the room with a plastic headboard that lights up, as does the sofa. The sink is in the room with sliding doors hiding the shower and separate toilet. The mini bar had no price list so asked at reception. As I hadn't booked that room it should have been $200 for the mini-bar but the lady let me have it for nothing !!! (Thank you very much). Some minor let downs......housekeeping missed a day altogether and on my last day left me with no soap or shower gels etc (first world problems eh). Also service at Northside (restaurant) was very slow. I didn't even get seated and I was the only one in the queue and there were loads of empty tables. After about 5 minutes of standing waiting I just left. (More first world problems eh). On checking out the staff member didn't ask anything about my stay (again I was the only one in the queue). For a new hotel I think they should be actively seeking guests opinions. I must add the any staff member I did speak to was pleasant and helpful. I've given it a score of 4 due to the new clean shiny hotel and the free mini bar. I'm not sure that I would actually return. Can't do anything about the location but it is a good distance from all the "action" on The Strip. Vegas tips: Get a pass for The Deuce bus that runs along the Strip up to Fremont Street. The monorail runs from the SLS Hotel to a few hotels further down The Strip. You can buy a pass for a few days. Sometimes it's quicker than The Deuce because of traffic.More
SLS Hotel is well worth visiting
SLS is a tad off the Las Vegas strip but well worth the extra few minutes down Las Vegas Blvd. Great assortment of restaurants, a terrific pool and there are nightclubs and a performance venue all in this small but luxury boutique hotel. Plenty of gaming alternatives and even a high roller room. Take a visit as you will not be disappointed!More
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