by Matt Bourie

Resorts World Las Vegas opened on the north end of the Vegas Strip on June 24, 2021!

It is a titan, with more than 40 restaurants and bars, three hotels with over 10,000 rooms available, and an absolutely stunning 100,000 square foot LED screen on the outside of the building, which is one of the largest screens in the world.

Resorts World Las Vegas exterior showing its 100,000 square foot LED screen.

It takes a lot to stand out in Vegas, and the $4.3 billion price tag is sure to secure it. Take a look below at some highlights of the newest casino to open on the Las Vegas strip in the past 10 years!


The Resorts World complex does not want for much in the wide world of food. The finest chefs preparing a wide variety of food styles means that you can eat here night after night, and still have new options.

The Kitchen dining experience at Resorts World Las Vegas

LA’s own Ray Garcia opened a regional Mexican eatery, Marcus Samuelsson debuts Streetbird Las Vegas, and there is a large food hall that features many different flavors, from East Asia to American Soul Food.

RedTail and Fuhu bring a social dining structure, including social gaming that presents a more casual option for those just looking for entertainment during a meal. Additionally, you’ll have options for sports watching and betting as well.

Whether you’re having a quick snack or a full-blown meal, whether you’re looking for spicy or sweet, there’s plenty of options throughout Resorts World.


Resorts World Las Vegas has three distinct hotel brands offering more than 3,500 guest rooms and suites:

Las Vegas Hilton at Resorts World
● 1,774 guestrooms and suites
● Ranging from 400 to 3,300 square feet
● Residential-style furnishings, modern light fittings, and a contemporary yet luxurious sleeping environment

A deluxe queen room at the Las Vegas Hilton hotel at Resorts World Las Vegas

Conrad Las Vegas at Resorts World
● 1,496 guestrooms and suites
● Ranging from 550 to 2,800 square feet
● Luxe amenities and curated art to inspire the entrepreneurial spirit of the globally connected traveler
● Curated art pieces commissioned especially for Resorts World Las Vegas adorn the walls of the Conrad premium guestrooms and displayed throughout the Conrad hotel public areas

Crockfords Las Vegas, LXR Hotels & Resorts
● 236 ultra-luxe guestrooms and suites featuring lavish accommodations, upscale amenities and highly personalized service
● Ranging from 550 to 7,000 square feet
● Exclusive entrance and grand lobby for a private check-in experience
● Gaming salons conveniently located off the lobby
● Complimentary access to the resort’s VIP pool and 24-hour, dedicated concierge assistance from highly trained service staff


Las Vegas’s newest concert and entertainment experience has come alive with a 5,000-capacity concert and entertainment venue, called The Theater.

The Theater at Resorts World Las Vegas

Concerts West / AEG Presents and Resorts World Las Vegas announced that global music stars Celine Dion, Carrie Underwood, Katy Perry and Luke Bryan will become the founding headliners at The Theatre at Resorts World Las Vegas.

Resorts World has several options to spend your night that are full of enjoyment, gaming or otherwise. Zouk Nightclub and Ayu Dayclub provide the nightlife scene, giving visitors round the clock options to those looking for a dance floor.

Resorts World also includes a picturesque 5.5 acre pool complex (the largest in Las Vegas) as well as 27,000 sq foot spa experience for those looking to relax.

Visitors and guests can also spend their time on retail, with 70,000 square feet of retail space, with multiple boutique shops and plenty of luxury and lifestyle options.


The headliner for Resorts World is it’s casino floor. 117,000 square feet filled to the brim with more than 1,400 slot machines and video poker games, a generous assortment of the most popular table games, a dedicated poker room, high-limit areas, and a full sized sportsbook.

Resorts World Las Vegas casino floor

There’s extra innovation in the gaming at Resorts World, when you play any table game, such as blackjack or baccarat, you’ll bet with special RFID chips.

The extra factor at play is the chips being implanted with sensors at tables that will take cashless transactions, and keep track of every bet, split, double down, or side wager.

If you’re planning a trip to Vegas in the coming months, be sure to pay a visit to Resorts World to check it all out!

Matt Bourie is the editor of the American Casino Guide book. He has been writing about casinos for more than 12 years and he also co-hosts the American Casino Guide YouTube channel which has had more than 37 million views. A new video is released each month that discusses a new casino gambling topic and you subscribe for FREE at at