Hotel Review: Conrad Las Vegas at Resorts World

by Anthony Losanno
Resorts World

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I was in Las Vegas last week for a convention and had the opportunity to stay at Resorts World. I had previously stayed at Crockfords Las Vegas, LXR Hotels & Resorts (full review here) and the Las Vegas Hilton at Resorts World (full review here). This time I got to check out the third hotel housed within Resorts World, the Conrad Las Vegas at Resorts World, which opened in summer 2021 along with the other two hotels. The property features a mall, casino, theater, a big selection of restaurants and bars, a spa, and seven pools for three hotels: Las Vegas Hilton at Resorts WorldConrad Las Vegas at Resorts World, and Crockfords Las Vegas, LXR Hotels & Resorts. The property had been the Stardust Resort and Casino until 2007 when the hotel was imploded. I’m not sure if the property was just busy or what, but my experience staying at the Conrad was not as impressive as my prior two visits.

Anthony’s Take: The hotel is conveniently located at the north end of the Strip near The Wynn and The Venetian. It provides everything you could need for a great weekend getaway including tons of restaurants and a hawker-center-style food court, a casino, and well-appointed rooms and suites. The Conrad Las Vegas at Resorts World is the middle-tier property of the three hotels here. It feels a little less luxe than Crockfords and would have been fine, but there seemed to be trash and messes everywhere I went in the hotel (including in my room).

Conrad Booking


I was booked into a Partial Strip View Deluxe Room – 2 Queen Beds by my company for a two-night stay. I was on a convention rate and had my Gold member information on the reservation, but was told at check-in that because I was on a convention rate that I was “assigned whatever room they had with no changes.” Cash rates for the hotel range between $94 and $499 per night for standard rooms depending on the dates (mine were around $187). If you’re looking to redeem Hilton points, you’ll spend between 43,000 and 80,000 for a room.

Conrad Map

Transportation to/from the Hotel

I took a taxi from Las Vegas’ Harry Reid International Airport (LAS) to the Las Vegas Hilton at Resorts World. The approximately 5.7-mile trip lasted around 20 minutes and cost $35 with tip. Las Vegas taxis are now metered by zone. I love this as many drivers used to scam passengers by taking them out of the way to run up the meter. I took an Uber Premier to the airport when returning home and that was around 20 minutes and cost $25.


As mentioned the hotel is located on the north end of the strip. It’s a bit quieter over here versus the other end near Mandalay Bay. You’re a short walk from the Wynn, Venetian, and several other casinos as well as a quick ride to anything else you’ll want to see.

Conrad Las Vegas Check-In


I arrived at the hotel around 6:30 PM. I was able to do a mobile check in, but wanted to stop by the desk to see if I could get a room with a king bed. There was no line, but the agent was borderline hostile. He informed me that I would take the room given since I was on a convention rate. He said he could look, but didn’t think he could do anything. While he was saying this, his hand was outstretched and looking for a tip. I was not about to give him $50 for a room with a king-sized bed. I was staying alone and was not paying. He told me that he could find nothing, there were no upgrades, and late checkout was not an option (I didn’t need it, but the way it was said was rude). I walked away after this exchange and headed up to my room.

Conrad Las Vegas Bar

The lobby for the Conrad is small. There is a bar across from reception and limited seating.

Liberace Display

A display of Liberace memorabilia lines one hallway off of the lobby (including his piano).

Conrad Las Vegas 1

An attendant was checking room keys off and on (no one was posted for half of my stay).

Conrad Las Vegas 2

The elevators were speedy and when the bar is closed (normally it is express to the bar above), they all serve every floor. There are two banks of elevators and I used the ones for the higher floors since I was on 56.

Conrad Las Vegas 4

Someone had a rough night and left their fake eyelashes in the elevator.

Conrad Las Vegas 3

The hallways still feel fresh although there was trash in them and throughout the elevators during my stay. Coffee was spilled one day and the stains were still on the floor the next day.

Conrad Las Vegas 56201 1

Partial Strip View Deluxe Room – 2 Queen Beds (56-201)

There are 1,496 rooms and suites at the hotel.

Conrad Las Vegas 56201 2

The bathroom is to the right when entering the room. It has a vanity, glassed-in shower, and toilet. It was not a huge room, but felt spacious.

Conrad Las Vegas 56201 3

The toiletries were in large bottles on the counter. They are Byredo Mojave Ghost brand. This brand is sold at Neiman Marcus and I liked the scent. No bar soap was provided.

Conrad Las Vegas 56201 4

The shower was a good size and water pressure/temperature were fine.

Conrad Las Vegas 56201 5

More Byredo Mojave Ghost toiletries were on the wall in the shower. There was no bar soap here either.

Conrad Las Vegas 56201 6

The toilet was not cramped. I hate when the toilet is pushed up against the shower.

Conrad Las Vegas 56201 7

A closet was next to the bathroom. It contained robes, an iron and ironing board, and luggage rack.

Conrad Las Vegas 56201 8

Next to the closet was a mini bar. There was no coffeemaker here.

Conrad Las Vegas 56201 9

One half of the refrigerator was sensored with beverages for purchase.

Conrad Las Vegas 56201 10

I loved that there was a second refrigerated space for guest use.

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The bedroom was mostly filled by the two queen-sized beds.

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A table between the beds held a phone, alarm clock, and pen/paper.

Conrad Las Vegas 56201 12

Two chairs and a table were near the window.

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The TV was across from the beds and mounted over a dresser.

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The safe was found in here.

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The room was nice, but it was not clean. I found garbage on the floor and the plant (as well as other surfaces were really dusty).

Crockfords Monkey

Public Areas & Amenities

Most amenities and common areas are shared with the other two hotels. There is a fitness center, Awana Spa, seven pools on a five-acre pool deck (the largest in Las Vegas), a casino, a theater, shopping, and lots of restaurants and bars. I did not have the chance to use the spa or fitness center and it was still too cold for the pool.

Overall Impression: Resorts World is a beautiful destination and offers something for everyone. I prefer Crockfords’ understated elegance and even the Hilton (which was luxe for a Hilton) to the Conrad since the hotel seems to be having some housekeeping issues and the staff at check-in was rude.

(Featured Image Credit: Hilton.)

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SMR December 8, 2023 - 6:42 pm

The Conrad brand in the US is trash. Gone is the grand , classic design and in with boring , modern cookie cutter trash. Looks like an upgraded Hilton and nothing special at all. What a shame.

UnitedEF December 8, 2023 - 7:50 pm

That was my same conclusion as well. I would stay at the Hilton before Conrad. The crowd at Conrad was decidedly more ghetto than Hilton. Guess it’s the wannabe ballers that couldn’t quite afford the Crockfords so they settled on the Conrad. They didn’t recognize the Honors line at all when it was packed. Everyone just kept helping the main line. Guy in the main line wanted to fight me because I asked if anyone at the check-in desk was taking care of the elite line. It’s amazing nothing has changed since I was last there like 2 years ago. The staff was very mediocre when I checked in as well. They put me in a room that already had another guest which was a first for me. The manager eventually comped me a bunch of stuff but I wouldn’t stay there again even though they kept comping me rooms for the Conrad guess because I gamble. I’ve only stayed at Crockfords since.


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