Located in The Strip, SLS Las Vegas is within 1 mi (2 km) of Little White Wedding Chapel, Las Vegas Convention Center, and Fashion Show Mall. Las Vegas Country Club and Arts Factory are also within 1 mi (2 km).
This was my second year staying at the SLS. Came in town for the Life is Beautiful festival and while it is a few bus stops away, it is still great location from the fest. It seems to be the best hotel for that relaxing poolside with a good pool vibe, yet still close to get down to freemont street.Comment of T. Katie , United States the 2016-07-22
Excellent service. Caught Ice T and the Mrs in the Foxtail Awesome. Classy, Classic, contemporary and new age all in 1.Comment of D. Lynette , United States the 2016-03-16
The only thing we can complain about, which was not much, but we would have liked a fridge or microwave, ice machine on our floor. And the maids made our bed but failed to get left over dishes and pizza boxes. Very minor stuff that does not keep us from wanting to stay here again.Comment of M. Doug , United States the 2016-02-22
I loved everything about my stay at the SLS Las Vegas. The location was perfect because it was quiet and you have to walk everywhere in Las Vegas as it is. It added a lot of nice health to my stay because of the walking. The hotel staff was excellent and very kind and all knew a great deal about my concerns. I simply loved everything about my stay.Comment of P. Zhora , United States the 2015-11-28
Good hotel with fine casino and other facilities such as a swimming pool, restaurants and a night club.Comment of V. Mathijs , Netherlands the 2015-08-15
Loved it !!!Comment of R. Erika , United States the 2015-05-28
The rooms and the decor were great. We were happy to stay away from the strip but if you are looking to stay close, this is not the hotel to stay at. The walk was about an hour to get to the strip or a 10 min cab ride. The pool was closed even thought the weather was perfect for a pool. The website should be updated to say that the pool was closed.
"AWESOME HOTEL AND CUSTOMER SERVICE!"
I will start by saying that I am actually a front desk supervisor at my Marriott (#1 in our city on Tripadvisor) so good customer service is something I always look for and acknowledge. Karla checked us in and when I told her it was a special occasion she gave us a great room with an amazing view of both the mountains AND the city! She then threw in a nice food & beverage credit which she didn't have to do. She was very sweet and went above and beyond for us and we are so appreciative of that! Special mention also goes to Frank. A few days into our stay we noticed incorrect charges from our minibar on our account. There was over $70 worth and we hadn't touched a thing except one $5 beverage. When I brought it to the front desk, Frank corrected the charges without hassle and also took care of the item we actually DID purchase! He did not have to do that, and I know it was no big deal to him but it meant a lot to us that he took that extra step in ensuring our satisfaction. We had a king in the World tower and loved it! Very modern design with lit mirrors across from each other that created a cool illusion when you looked into one of them. It was clean with full size amenities and our housekeepers were very attentive all 4 days of our stay! I initially chose SLS because it is a Starwood property and we just merged with SPG. The next time I return it will be not only because of that, but because of the great environment and people!
"Nice compact hotel"
When the construction is done this will be a nice small trendy and chic hotel. The staff is pleasant and nice. Several levels of restaurants to choose from, but I would pass on 6 ounce burgers at the sports bar. Very small for the price, but the make your own pizza and little dinner are better. The room are stylish, but get in a tower away from the construction that starts at 5:30 am and a floor higher then the parking garage! This hotel is at the end of the strip but has a monorail stop. Maybe not for the first time visitor, but if you are looking to stay in one place with a nice pool, restaurant selection, dancing, and gambling then this is for you. I would stay here again!
"Nice, but next time I'll pass."
I just ended a stay here. I rarely, if ever, leave reviews of places I go - but I had to leave one for this hotel. The good: -The food. Holy crap, talk about great food! Slightly high prices, but well worth it. I ate at almost every restaurant in the place, and it was some of my favorite food in Vegas. There are only a few restaurants in the country I have seen do Neapolitan pizza correctly, and 800* NAILS it. Cleo was swanky and tasty, too. Cafe was great atmosphere and tasty, but high. Didn't get to the sushi. -The atmosphere. The theming, in general, is very classy and elegant. I love the chandeliers and monkeys theme (sounds weird but it's gorgeous!) and even bought a shirt with the logo because it's so cute. There are very few exceptions to this, which I'll get to later. The casino is nice and open, high ceilings, beautiful. Restaurants, despite being completely unrelated, match the swanky elegant theme. Didn't get to see pool area close up, but from above it is beautiful. -The service. Didn't see a single non-smiling face the entire time. Super courteous, especially the wait staff. I was happy a crappy night my last night (yay missed flight!), and my waitress at the Cleo had me smiling and laughing in no time. (Sorry, I'm bad with names!) -Parking. Despite me being here during one of the largest events in Vegas (rodeo finals), I was always able to secure a great parking spot. Free parking. The not so good: -The World Tower rooms. I had the pleasure of seeing other rooms in the hotel thanks to other attendees of my convention. Every other room in the hotel outside of the world tower looks super elegant. The world Tower, however, looks like it's a 70s hotel trying to be modern. (Which I suppose it is') It's hard to explain because the bathroom is beautiful and the couch is cute and the room itself has style.... it's just such a hodgepodge of styles, it feels off. Definitely not like the elegant rooms of the other towers. -The towels. Short pile and over bleached meant they felt rough and hard. -The pillows. This was perhaps caused by the attempt as funky style, but the pillows are super huge and firm. This means very tall people like myself get shifted down the bed just to fit with the pillow laying flat, and neck at an odd angle. It made my neck hurt so bad, I ended up sleeping on my travel pillow the rest of the week. -Lots of Static plus metal mirror lights = ouch. So the room is literally surrounded by large, floor-to-ceiling backlit mirrors. Although this has its advantages (wink wink), the room somehow creates a large amount of static and we were getting shocked EVERYTIME we hit the power button on the backlighting. The first few times it scared us, after that it was just annoying as crap. -The mini/snack bar. We were warned at check in that this little bar in the entry of our hotel was "weight sensitive" and had a scale. Although we had no intent of eating anything from it, the stress on the scale made us avoid the thing like the plague. Lol. All in all, it's nice. I will return for the food for sure, but I doubt I'll stay there again until they get new pillows and towels. Even then, it wouldn't be in the world Tower for sure.
"Rooms don't match the hype but they do match the rate"
I expect more of a supposedly new high-end hotel in Vegas. I used my Starwood points to upgrade to a suite but it was no more special than the normal rooms at Caesars or Venetian. Actually, it was less special. I guess you can't do much by renovating the old Sahara, the ceilings are always going to be too low but the decor wasn't really impressive either. On the other hand, the rate was great, under $50/night. However, they still charge that ridiculous resort fee despite the pool being closed so it was closer to $85/night. If I am paying the bill and don't mind being so far from the rest of the strip, I'd stay there again. If it was for business or with someone special, I'm staying elsewhere.
Credit cards accepted by the hotel: Visa - MasterCard - American Express - Diners Club - Japan Credit Bureau (JCB) - Discover
Check-in: 3:00 PM , Check-out: 11:00 AM