Crockfords Las Vegas, LXR Hotels & Resorts

A new ultra-luxurious respite
VERIFIED LUXURY

Resorts World Las Vegas’ larger-than-life 100,000- and 19,000-square-foot LED screen tower façades (the former is one of the world’s largest LED building displays) signal a buzzing hub of activity inside. But you won’t find the bright, flashing lights in Crockfords Las Vegas, LXR Hotels & Resorts. The grand, hushed lobby is bathed in soothing white, from the marble floors and bar to the cherry blossom panels lining the walls to the sculptural light fixture in the center of the 26-foot vaulted ceilinged space.

Crockfords is the most luxurious hotel in the Resorts World complex (which also houses Conrad Las Vegas and Las Vegas Hilton). Its 236 accommodations aren’t limited to just guest rooms and suites — it also boasts lavish villas and palaces. Service is personalized: a dedicated pre-arrival team will prepare your stay, and while you are there, an ambassador will tend to your needs 24 hours a day.

Just beyond Crockfords’ opulent lobby you’ll discover the buzzing hub: casino salons — look out for Andy Warhol’s vivid Marilyn Monroe and other art in there — more than 40 restaurants and bars, a 5,000-capacity theater with big-name residencies and pulsating nightlife.

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Our Inspector's Highlights

  • While the villas and palaces are all sublime, the Chairman’s Villa stands above them all. Perched on the 65th floor, the 6,000-square-foot, four-bedroom haven has incredible Strip vistas throughout the space’s floor-to-ceiling windows and even a balcony to get a closer look. It also offers a game room with a billiards table and a kitted-out kitchen.
  • It’s difficult to choose among the 16 stalls at Famous Foods Street Eats, but you should try Boon Tong Kee’s Singapore chicken rice, Pepita’s Kitchen’s lechon (it’s the first Filipino restaurant on the Strip), Ah Chun Shandong Dumpling’s namesake dish, Sweet Eats for shaved ice and secret speakeasy Here Kitty Kitty Vice Den. If you can pry yourself from the stalls, peruse other excellent Asian options (Kusa Nori, Genting Palace, FUHU), a wine and charcuterie L.A. import (Wally’s), caviar (Caviar Bar) and cocktails with a view (Alle Lounge on 66) throughout Resorts World.
  • Amenities like interactive sauna performances and the Fountain of Youth — made up of six vitality pools, a crystal laconium, steam rooms, mist showers and a rain walk — are enough reason to spend the day at Awana Spa. But the deep-cleansing Hydrafacial and the foot spa offerings give added incentive.
  • Resorts World’s seven-pool complex is the largest on the Strip, but a stay at Crockfords grants you entry into the VIP pool, which features a 1,800-square-foot infinity oasis looking over the city.
  • Try your luck at the Las Vegas hotel’s cutting-edge 117,000-square-foot casino. It’s the first casino in the country to do cashless transactions (through the Resorts World app) and the first in Vegas to collaborate with a cryptocurrency exchange.

The Rooms

  • The contemporary guest rooms have soft gray, taupe and nude tones with pops of burgundy and gold; stone-topped cabinets; and upholstered headboards.
  • Volakas-marble-filled bathrooms at the luxury hotel come with walk-in rain showers and fragrant Byredo toiletries.
  • The villas and palaces all share outdoor features: gardens, terraces, pools and covered spas. Inside, they contain living rooms, dining rooms, kitchens and some even karaoke rooms.

Amenities
Bar
Casino
Gym
House car
Meeting rooms
Nightclub
Outdoor pool
Restaurants
Spa
Getting There
333 Resorts World Avenue, Las Vegas, Nevada 89109
TEL844-436-8464
TEL702-676-7000
NeighborhoodThe Strip
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LAS (10-22 min)  
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