Luxury is defined as “the state of great comfort and extravagant living.” By definition, everything in Las Vegas could be considered luxurious. When I think of Las Vegas Hotel Luxury, I’m thinking the best of the best. Las Vegas does luxury the way few other cities in the world do. Great service and amenities are almost second nature and provided seemingly without effort.
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Wynn has plans in place to install a white Amazon Echo in every room in his Las Vegas property, starting with the Tower Suites and working down to every last room. The purpose, not your everyday household Echo skills, but specialized tasks to operate curtains, lights, and the TV and AC. All things that the touch panels in both Wynn and Encore already do. The thought it amazing, voice control of your room for the ultimate luxury experience. Here’s the Steve himself talking about it.
The Lucky Dragon, the mysteriously intimate property near the now developing corner of Sahara and Las Vegas Boulevard, has teased us
A New Year means a new Vegas. Well, in reality, things come and go so fast in Las Vegas it
The Cosmopolitan Lanai Suite The Cosmopolitan has always sold itself on being curious, outside the box, or “just the right
When writing for my previous employer (an amazing opportunity I will never regret or forget) I was fortunate enough to
We’ve all seen snippets about the proposed Lucky Dragon boutique hotel on Sahara, near the now transformed SLS and Rock
The American Express Fine Hotels and Resorts (FHR) program is quite simple – if you have an Amex Platinum (or Centurion) card, and you book a stay at one of the 800+ luxury hotels in the program through the Amex Platinum Travel services you will get a nice set of benefits.
The suites, now approaching 5 years old and unbelievably about to be completely renovated, are still the high bar for luxury hotel suites in Las Vegas.
The Salon Suite at Encore Las Vegas – Part I The Salon Suite at Encore Las Vegas – Part II