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This luxurious tower resort features an exclusive adults-only pool area and a wealth of signature, celebrity chef-driven restaurants.
Forget about the over-the-top glitz that once ruled hotel rooms in this town. At this multi-tower resort on the Strip, sophisticated urban design is at the fore, and luxurious (rather than opulent) details matter. For example, Terrace Studios feature kitchenettes with zebrawood cabinetry and Sub-Zero refrigerators and microwaves, while Wraparound Terrace Suites include – you guessed it – sprawling terraces accessed by three separate sliding glass doors. Even the most standard rooms are anything but, measuring in at 460 square feet and containing hand-crafted accent pieces, plasma screen TVs and marble bathrooms.
Along with a trio of pools (the rooftop Marquee Dayclub Pool caters to adults only) and the Sahra Spa & Hammam, this sumptuous retreat satisfies discerning appetites with a collection of signature restaurants led by some of the world’s top chefs. Notable venues include José Andrés's Jaleo and China Poblano, and Scott Conant's Scarpetta. A curated art collection throughout the property highlights new media and an artist-in-residence. Not to be missed: the art in the parking garage, the private é by José Andrés concept dining room and dancing into the early morning hours at Marquee. Nightlife options also include Chandelier Bar and the Rose.Rabbit.Lie. supper club.
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