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Crockfords Las Vegas, LXR Hotels & Resorts showcases an intimate collection of 236 designed guest rooms, suites, and villas ranging from 550 to 7,000sq.ft that feature lavish accommodations, upscaled amenities, and highly personalised service.


A 5,000-capacity concert and entertainment venue is outfitted to host a myriad of affairs – from star-studded concerts to convention, corporate and sporting events. Te venue is a joint development between Resorts World Las Vegas and AEG Presents and exclusively programmed and operated by Concerts West.


Guests can choose from over 40 food and beverage options at Resorts World Las Vegas, ranging 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.


Featuring the largest and tallest performance stage with the furthest seat only 150 feet from


the stage, the brand-new, multi-level venue will provide an intimate, high-energy experience offering comfort, unobstructed sightlines, and immersive audio.


Te joint development between Resorts World Las Vegas and AEG Presents will be exclusively programmed and operated by Concerts West and is set to introduce the next wave of entertainment partners with exclusive engagements by Celine Dion, Carrie Underwood, Katy Perry, and Luke Bryan beginning this November.


With approximately 70,000 sq.ft of dedicated retail space named Te District, Resorts World Las Vegas presents two levels of unique boutique shops and experiential offerings from luxury and lifestyle brands, including Fred Segal, Judith Leiber, Hervé Léger, and Pepper.


In partnership with Zouk Group, Singapore's leading lifestyle and entertainment company, Resorts World Las Vegas features a multiplicity of experiences in one entertainment complex,


including Zouk Nightclub and Ayu Dayclub featuring resident DJs Tiësto and Zedd, in addition to a diverse line-up of talent featuring Becky G, Madison Beer, Charly Jordan, and Madds.


In addition to 250,000sq.ft of flexible meeting and banquet space complete with 50 multi- functional meeting rooms, 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 launching later this summer, providing convention-goers with a rapid transportation solution between the Las Vegas Strip resort and the LVCC via all-electric vehicles in minutes.


Te resort offers additional amenities, including an expansive 5.5-acre pool complex featuring five unique pool experiences, including the only infinity-edge pool on the Strip, Additionally, the resort will debut a 27,000sq.ft spa experience, which again will open later this summer.


WIRE / PULSE / INSIGHT / REPORTS P31


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