HotelsThe US$4.3 billion complex will be one of the biggest ever built on the glitzy Strip.

Resorts World goes to Las Vegas this June

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Resorts World Las Vegas will feature more than 3,500 rooms spread over Hilton Hotels & Resorts hotel, Conrad Hotels & Resorts property and Crockfords Las Vegas.
Resorts World Las Vegas will feature more than 3,500 rooms spread over Hilton Hotels & Resorts hotel, Conrad Hotels & Resorts property and Crockfords Las Vegas. Photo Credit: Maverick Helicopters

Resorts World Las Vegas will open on 24 June, and reservations can now be booked across all three of the resort's Hilton-flagged properties.

A 1,774-room Hilton Hotels & Resorts hotel; a 1,496-room Conrad Hotels & Resorts property; and the 236-room Crockfords Las Vegas, which will be part of Hilton's LXR Hotels & Resorts portfolio will comprise the hospitality options at Resorts World.

The development is also set to feature a 11,000-square-metre casino, more than 40 food and beverage concepts — including an Asian hawker-inspired food hall concept by Zouk Group — a 2.3-hectare pool complex with seven different pools, and a concert and entertainment venue with a capacity of 5,000, among other amenities.

According to Resorts World Las Vegas developer Genting Group, the US$4.3 billion megaproject is the first new ground-up Las Vegas Strip resort complex in more than a decade.

Genting Group has also been busy in Malaysia, with Resorts World Genting gearing up to launch its US$800 million movie-inspired theme park, Genting SkyWorlds, in mid-2021.

Elsewhere in Vegas, the Las Vegas Sands Corp recently sold off its Las Vegas holdings after three decades, including the Venetian Resort Las Vegas and the Sands Expo and Convention Center, for a combined purchase price of US$6.3 billion.

The Ayu Dayclub at Resort World Las Vegas
The Ayu Dayclub at Resort World Las Vegas

Additional reporting from Natalie Joy Lee.

Source: Travel Weekly

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