Resorts World Las Vegas: all you need to know before you go

Resorts World Las Vegas: all you need to know before you go

Resorts World Las Vegas, the Genting-owned casino resort, is set to be a top player in the Nevada casino scene when its doors open in summer 2021.

If you’re thinking of heading to the US gambling capital during or after summer 2021, the new Resorts World Las Vegas on the Boulevard is a must-see site.

The $4.3bn resort tower will hold a state of the art casino along with a luxury hotel, various dining options, a massive 220,000-square-foot pool area and a 5,000 seat concert and entertainment venue.

So that you can make the most of the array of entertainment offerings, we have prepared a list of all the things you need to know before going to Resorts World Las Vegas.


Resorts World Las Vegas is situated on the Las Vegas Boulevard, but even if your accommodation is on the Las Vegas Strip, it could be a long way on foot.

Luckily, Resorts World Las Vegas is constructing a passenger station that will offer an underground system with direct access to the heart of the resort’s dining, retail and nightlife offerings, as well as convenient access to the Las Vegas Strip.

Taxi sharing is also a common option in Las Vegas, and it is done most commonly via apps such as Uber and Lyft.


Resorts World Las Vegas spans 110,000-square-feet and offers slots, table games, high-limit gaming areas, private gaming salons and a poker room.

The gaming systems are operated by Konami’s award-winning system SYNKROS — designed with individually customised incentives and detailed reporting and visual analytics, among other capabilities.

The casino is the only area of the resort where smoking inside is permitted. The rest of the property is smoke-free.


The property includes a 5,000-capacity concert and entertainment venue which will host a variety of events – from concerts to conventions, corporate and sporting events.

The resort theatre is operated and programmed by Concerts West, a division of AEG Presents. The venue will feature a host of up and coming events that will change periodically.


Resorts World will offer guests three different hotel brands: Hilton, Conrad and Crockfords.

The Hilton offers 400-square-foot deluxe guestrooms. Additional amenities, such as a LED TV, mini bar, and custom millwork wardrobes, are standard in all deluxe guest rooms.

Conrad offers 550-square-foot premium guest rooms. Additional amenities include an LED TV, private bar, LED mirror and luxe bath fittings.

Crockfords offers six different suites ranging in size and amenities. All rooms will include guest internet access; smart TV casting ability, unlimited local and toll-free calls, and selected discounts on the hotel’s features.

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