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).
Excellent room, great location next to the monorail, shops and restaurants in hotel good, service was great.Comment of S. Ann , Australia the 2017-01-28
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
"I do for living what I’m talking."
I work for a major Arline for more than two decades, I have being in every corner this world. To make this short; pls don’t get in the trap and fake advertising. 1. Terrible costumer service 2. Terrible location 3. You don’t have an o potion of brewing a cup of coffee or tea after a long day of work ; it’s a robbery in charge for simples things like hot water; almost every hotel in the world,give you this option. 4.Its all about of making you hostage in their place and force you to pay for basic human needs . 5.Its Not cozy at all , it’s a dark feeling in decoration; where vanity it’s above comfort and pleasure. Definitely we are in the 21st century but they are far behind to understand how to elevate service to attend human spirit and their needs. They need rethinking treatment to costumers, specially the big corporations like the one I work and it’s a big chunk in theirs big profits. Its No, and a BIG NO hotel, no matter how nice they try to sell it.
"Great hotel on the Northern end of the strip."
This hotel is on the Northern end of the strip, and with the use of color, lighting and mirrors gave me a feel of a modern contemporary style of which I liked. Self parking is easy and you don't need to check in first. Access to I15 is a few minutes away, and I515 several minutes away. Also after checking in, you need to use your key to sensor activate the elevators on the ground/lobby floor. My room was located in the World Tower with a view looking toward the strip and I15 in the distance, and at the time was quiet due to it being in early November. It had mirrors on each side of the room which made it seem bigger and utilized lamps instead of overhead lighting. The room had no microwave, but included a refrigerator; sadly it was stocked with product and if you remove anything from it, your account will be charged because the products are sensor monitored. However, the room includes 2 complimentary bottles of water and Saints & Sinners snacks. The bathroom was bigger than most hotels/motels I've been in and the walk-in shower was spacious. Watch out for the hot water because it's very hot, at least 130 degrees if not hotter. What I found strange was there was a notice about saving water due to laundry from towels and bedding, but when I entered the room after check in and each day afterward, basically every light was turned on. Why would a hotel only promote water conservation, but not electrical' Also, it's expensive to eat there and for the price you pay for the amount you get it isn't worth it, it's only convenient. At 800°, I paid over $16 for a 10" carnivore pizza, although the dough was cooked, some of the cheese wasn't melted. At the Northside café, I paid over $18 for 4 chicken fingers and what would be a small side order of fries. Therefore, my suggestion, is to eat off the strip to save yourself money. One night I went to McDonalds's across the street, and ordered 2 double cheese burgers and a 20 piece nugget for under $10 dollars and this gave me dinner, breakfast and a lunch the next day.
"Chic boutique hotel!"
Quite an impressive hotel. Compared to the older hotels, with poor ventilation, SLS gets a rating of 5 stars. It's very clean and fresh. Loved the room decor in the World Tower and the bed (mattress and sheets) were luxurious. We were inconvenienced having to leave our first room as the TV didn't work. It was worth the move as Eunji at the front desk was friendly and efficient at moving us higher up with a much better view...and working TV. Thanks Eunji! We ate at both Perq (no more expensive than Starbuck's across the street) and Unami Burger (not impressed with the burger, only the atmosphere and service were good). The pool was open and warm. Monorail onsite was a huge bonus. Overall a great stay!
Great hotel!! I travelled to Las Vegas for the SEMA Show but also wanted to enjoy the town. This hotel made having it all possible. Clean, beautiful and great restaurants. Convienient- close to the monorail, but far enough away from the noise and congestion of the strip. I highly recommend the SLS for both business and pleasure.
"Great hotel, slightly away from main strip but still within walking distance."
Fantastic place. Pool area is great - ultra modern with a nice casino area. The strip is just a few minutes walk away it's not as far down as the Stratosphere so quite a good location if you are happy to be slightly away from the busier part. Stayed for 4 nights and was really impressed with staff and facilities.
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