Mini Hotel Review: Crockfords Las Vegas, LXR Hotels & Resorts

by Anthony Losanno
Crockfords Lobby

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I stayed at Crockfords Las Vegas, LXR Hotels & Resorts again this week for a conference. I had last stayed here in March 2023 and my full review can be found here. Last time, I was in a Suite, so I wanted to provide some insight on a City View Superior Room.

Resorts World has been my choice for lodging multiple times since it opened in summer 2021. The resort features a mall, casino, theater, tons of restaurants and bars, a spa, and seven pools for three hotels: Las Vegas Hilton at Resorts World (review here), Conrad Las Vegas at Resorts World (review here), and Crockfords Las Vegas, LXR Hotels & Resorts. Until 2007, the property had been the Stardust Resort and Casino. The current complex cost $4.3 billion and is a gorgeous space to visit or stay.

Anthony’s Take: I was slated to stay at the Conrad, but it was oversold. I was walked (across the lobby) and got a nice room at Crockfords Las Vegas, LXR Hotels & Resorts. All of the amenities can be found in my original review. This one will focus solely on the room. It was another great stay and I would choose this hotel again on future visits.

Crockfords Rate


The room was booked for me on a company rate of $125 per night plus taxes and Daily Resort Fees. The Daily Resort Fee is added to all reservation at a rate of $45 plus tax. This includes Wi-Fi; smart TV casting ability; 10% off spa or fitness retail; 5% off spa or fitness treatments; 5% off cabana experience; 5% off 2 pool chair experience; unlimited local and toll-free calls; Access to 7000+ top newspapers and magazines from over 300 countries using the PressReader app. Crockfords honored the Conrad rate. Had I booked this room on, it would have cost $335 plus tax and Daily Resort Fee.

Google Map Crockfords

Transportation to/from the Hotel

I took a taxi from Las Vegas’ Harry Reid International Airport (LAS) to Crockfords. The approximately 4.4-mile trip tool around 16 minutes and cost $28 plus tax and tip. Las Vegas taxis are now metered by zone. I took an Uber Premier to the airport when leaving and that also took about 15 minutes and cost $33.


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 quick walk from lots of other casinos as well as a short ride to anything else you’ll want to see. I was able to check out the new Fontainebleau since it’s a short walk away.

Conrad Las Vegas Check-In


I arrived around 6:30 PM and waited in the Hilton Honors line at the Conrad for over 30 minutes. There was one agent checking people in and it was moving glacially slow. When it was my turn, he told me the hotel was sold out. Another agent came over and asked me to step over to the Crockfords check-in desk. He typed for a bit and then informed me that he had moved me to a City View Superior Room – 1 King. I had my keys a moment later and there was no discussion of upgrades or benefits. I know that I’ll receive 1,000 points as an amenity. With keys in hand, I made my way to the elevators and the 62nd floor.

Crockfords LV Elevators

The elevators for the tower I stayed in are shared with the Conrad. Crockfords has the upper floors. The elevator lobby and hallway were both modern and elegant. I also loved the fragrance pumped in.

Crockfords LV Hallway

The hallways were kept clean and looked brand new. I liked the colors and decor better than the last floor I stayed on in the other tower.

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City View Superior Room, 1 King (62-103)

There are 236 rooms and suites at the hotel.

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The room opens with a small hallway. The closet and bathroom are on the left and the bedroom is straight ahead.

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The closet held robes, slippers, a luggage rack, and an iron and ironing board.

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The bathroom was next to the closet and was a god size. It included a large vanity, a separate tub, a glassed-in shower, and a separate toilet room.

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There were lots of amenities on the counter. These included Byredo brand toiletries and in large bottles, toothbrushes, a shave kit, and a can of shaving cream.

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Peel and stick face masks were also found here.

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Another container held more amenities including mouthwash, and a nail clipper and tweezers. Those are not things I have seen given in other hotels.

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A spacious bath tub was to the right of the vanity.

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Behind the tub, there were more toiletries including shampoo, conditioner, body wash, a bar of soap, a loofah, and bath caviar.

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The glassed-in shower was spacious and had a bench. Water pressure and temperature were both good.

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Large, wall-mounted bottles of shampoo, conditioner, and body was were in the shower.

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I like when toilets are in separate spaces and this one had its own room.

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The minibar was located between the bathroom and bedroom. A Nespresso machine, coffee, and condiments were found on top.

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I love that there is one half of the refrigerator with beverages for sale and one half empty for personal use.

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The bedroom had a king-sized bed, nightstands, a chaise lounge near the window, a small chair and table, and a vanity with a TV mounted above it. I loved that everything was controlled electronically and switches were next to the bed for the curtains and lights.

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One other cool amenity was the Theragun on the night table.

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The chaise lounge lined the entire window along with a small table and chair. There was no desk in the room.

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The TV was across from the bed.

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The safe was inside of the vanity.

Overall Impression: Resorts World is a beautiful destination and Crockfords is my favorite of the three hotels here. Its understated elegance, quiet lobby away from the casino floor, room comfort, and the amenities are all excellent.

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