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Resorts World Las Vegas: Hilton, Conrad, or Crockfords?

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As the first new resort to be built on the Strip in a decade, Resorts World Las Vegas is a fun little concept resort featuring three different hotel brands, an Asian night market food hall, a poppin’ dayclub and a nightclub, and so much more.

If you are contemplating the idea of basing yourself out of Resorts World for your Vegas trip, you can’t just go onto the internet and book a room at “Resorts World”. You’ve gotta first figure out which of the three hotel brands — Hilton, Conrad, or Crockfords — you want to stay at!

That’s what we’re going to help you figure out in this article. They’ve got levels to this hotel! There are choices for every taste and level of luxury from Crockfords’ high-end elegance to Conrad’s modern luxury, followed by Hilton’s renowned comfort.

Once you’ve chosen the hotel that fits your style and personality the most, you can then explore all the things there are to do at Resorts World!

(Hint hint: there are quite a few things you could do from partying at Zouk to stuffing your face with NY cheesecake to experiencing an assortment of Asian night market-inspired bites.)

Key Takeaways

The standard rooms are smallest at the Hilton (400 square feet). Crockfords and Conrad’s standard rooms are a bit bigger (550 square feet).

Hilton is going to be the most affordable option, and Crockfords is going to be the most expensive / exclusive option. All of the hotel rooms are equally as new and have very similar layouts.

If you’re contemplating between Conrad vs Crockfords and paying out of pocket for the room, we’d recommend saving the money and choosing Conrad — the standard rooms are so similar.

If you’re looking to redeem a free night certificate that allows you to choose either, go with the Crockfords.


What Is Resorts World? What Are The Hotels Here?

Resorts World Las Vegas is a massive integrated resort complex located on the Las Vegas Strip. The layout of Resorts World is designed to offer a variety of experiences, entertainment, and accommodations all within one extensive property.

Here’s an overview of the layout and the presence of three distinct hotels within the resort:

Main Complex

At the heart of Resorts World is the main complex, which houses all the iconic features you’d expect at a casino resort, including the casino, entertainment venues, dining establishments, shops, and various recreational amenities.

The layout is designed to allow guests of each hotel brand to experience the unique offerings of their chosen accommodation while seamlessly enjoying the shared facilities of Resorts World.

The casino floor is the central hub, featuring a wide range of gaming options, from slot machines to table games. The District is the shared shopping/dining/entertainment hub.

Each of the hotels can be accessed from the main floor near the casino and a majority of the restaurants. If you enter from the hotel parking, you’ll be closest to the Hilton lobby.

If you enter from the Resorts World Dr. entrance or The District, you’ll be closest to the Conrad Lobby.

Let’s dive into the different hotels that make up the glamorous Resorts World property.

Hilton Las Vegas

Hilton Resorts World Room
Hilton Resorts World | Courtesy of Resorts World

One of the three hotels at Resorts World is the Hilton Las Vegas, a brand that you probably already know. Hilton caters to a diverse range of guests including families, couples, etc.

Hilton has its own dedicated tower within the complex, with its own entrance and lobby too.

Hilton Resorts World Lobby

In total, there are 1,678 guestrooms and suites ranging between 400 to 3,300 square feet. Expect residential-style furnishings, modern light fittings, and an environment design to bring comfort to your stay in Vegas.

Guests at Hilton have convenient access to the shared amenities of Resorts World, including the casino, dining options, and entertainment.

Conrad Las Vegas

Conrad Resorts World
Conrad Resorts World | Courtesy of Resorts World

Conrad Las Vegas is a luxury hotel brand within the Hilton portfolio, providing a more elevated and sophisticated experience. We’d say Conrads around the world tend to cater to millennials and upper-middle-class folks who appreciate architecture and trendy aesthetics when it comes to hotels.

Conrad has its own tower within the Resorts World complex, featuring 1,496 guestrooms and suites all ranging between 550 to 2,800 square feet. Rooms are designed by KNA Designs, which means lots of warm woods and modern fixtures.

Conrad Lobby Resorts World

As the largest Conrad in the world, this premium experience offers contemporary elegance with elevated amenities and state-of-the-art tech conveniences.

Conrad guests can enjoy all the shared facilities of Resorts World.

Crockfords Las Vegas

Crockfords Resorts World
Crockfords | Courtesy of Resorts World

Crockfords, Hilton’s ultra-contemporary and luxury hotel brand (LXR Hotels & Resorts), occupies its own exclusive tower within the Resorts World complex.

Unless you travel to the EU a lot, you probably haven’t heard of this brand. Crockfords is one of the first hotels to debut in the U.S from LXR, Hilton’s collection of bespoke, independent luxury properties.

You’ll even find a dedicated lobby bar at the Crockfords. Not many hotels have this neat little feature.

Crockfords Lobby Bar Resorts World

Crockfords offers 332 guestrooms and suites, all ranging from 550 to 7,000 square feet. Not only are the rooms going to be spacious but they’re all designed with the guest experience in mind.

  • Guests will enter from an exclusive entrance and grand lobby for a private check-in experience
  • Depending on the room you pick, from superior rooms to ultra-luxe palaces, each elegant accommodation features custom bedding and a spa-inspired bathroom with a double vanity
  • Your Crockfords stay includes priority access to resort venues, 24-hour Luxury Ambassador service, and more exceptional amenities that other Resorts World hotel guests don’t get

Unless you’ve got money or you’re celebrating something special, you’re probably not going to find yourself booking a room at Crockfords.


Resorts World: Shared Resort Amenities

Restaurants

Famous-Foods Resorts World
Courtesy of Resorts World

True foodies will ogle at the long list of fine dining establishments at Resorts World. Really, there are Michelin-star chef offerings galore here! Not to mention the massive list of casual Asian-inspired street food you can find at the Famous Foods Street Eats food hall.

From the restaurants, you can pick from Aqua Seafood & Caviar Restaurant, where Chef Shaun Hergatt orchestrates a seafood and caviar masterpiece, Bar Zazu, a vibrant European café by Chef Nicole Brisson, or Brezza, serving up modern coastal Italian fare.

There’s also the reimagined steakhouse experience at Carversteak. For the plant-based connoisseur, Crossroads Kitchen brings the first fully plant-based fine-dining experience to the Las Vegas Strip under the culinary mastery of Chef Tal Ronnen.

Explore the high-energy, contemporary Asian cuisine of FUHU by Zouk Group or savor authentic Chinese delights at Genting Palace (we LOVE the glamorous “old-world” vibe and decor here). There’s too many others to name here!

Casino

Resorts World Casino Bar

The gaming space is going to be one of the first things you see at Resorts World. It comes complete with slots, table games, a dedicated poker room, high-limit areas and a sportsbook. In total, there are 1,400 slot machines, 117 table games and 30 poker tables.

With over 117,000 square feet of style, the latest technology, and classic gaming options, you’re sure to find your favorite spot to play here.

The District Shopping

Sphere at Resorts World

Resorts World features The District, a 70,000 sq ft retail center spanning two floors. The District hosts various retailers, including apparel by Fred Segal and Black Clover, artisan jewelry from Corso, cute candies at Sugarfina, and customizable Italian handbags at O Bag.

The retail center also houses several restaurants, bakeries, and cafes. Wally’s is an interesting place to check out. You can enjoy over 8,000 labels of wine, spirits, beer, and specialty gourmet food items from around the globe, available for sale or as a sit-down experience.

Bars and Lounges

Gatsby's Cocktail Lounge Resorts World

There are at least 15 bars all spread out throughout Resorts World, which is a lot of bars for one resort!

Here’s just a taste of what the resort offers:

  • Allē Lounge on 66 – Luxury cocktail lounge with views of the Strip
  • Baccarat Bar – Luxury cocktails and spirits located in Crockfords Club
  • Bimini Bar – Poolside bar
  • Conrad Lobby Bar – Expertly curated cocktails at the upscale, contemporary lounge
    and bar
  • Crystal Bar – Handcrafted cocktails and curated spirits on the casino floor
  • Crockfords Club Lobby Bar – Luxury cocktails and spirits
  • Dawg House Saloon & Sportsbook – Classic Nashville sports bar
  • Eight Lounge – A modern and vibrant cocktail lounge with more than 150 premium
    cigars on hand in its custom-built humidor
  • Gatsby’s Cocktail Lounge – Cocktails, wines and rare champagnes from Clique
    Hospitality
  • Golden Monkey Tiki Lounge – Tropical escape with a modern take on classic Tiki bar
    concepts
  • … and more!

Dayclub and Nightclub

Zouk Nightclub
Zouk Nightclub | Courtesy of Resorts World

For a little daytime party action, there’s Ayu Dayclub at Resorts World, your ticket to a never-ending summer party inspired by the idyllic islands of Southeast Asia. This dayclub redefines the weekend with pool party vibes featuring big-time DJs like Meduza, Louis The Child, Illenium, Kaskade, etc.

Similar to WET Republic, Encore Beachclub, and Marquee Dayclub, Ayu is a top pool party spot for people who want the perfect blend of sun-soaked relaxation and high-energy partying.

Then there’s the nightclub, Zouk. Zouk is one of the newer clubs in Las Vegas taking the Strip by storm!

This 32-year-old nightlife brand is globally recognized for pushing the boundaries of dance music and has found a new home in Vegas. Blending state-of-the-art technology with an unbeatable artist lineup, it’s been drawing party-goers looking to dance the night away with the hottest DJs playing since the resort opened.

Pools

Resorts World Cabana Pool
Courtesy of Resorts World

Resorts World Las Vegas offers a shared 5.5-acre pool complex, making it the largest elevated pool deck in Las Vegas. The elevated location allows you to swim and relax in the pool without being too close to busier areas in the resort, such as casinos and restaurants.

In total, there are five unique pool experiences over nine bodies of water including a 1,800-square-foot infinity pool with spectacular views of the Las Vegas Strip.

The pools shared between guests at the Crockfords, Conrad, and Las Vegas Hilton at Resorts World include:

  • The Main Pool
  • The Family Pool
  • Athena Infinity Ultra Pool (adults only)
  • Bimini Pool
  • Cabana Pool

Spa and Gym

Resorts World Gym
Courtesy of Resorts World

The 27,000-square-foot spa, AWANA Spa & Wellness, is also a shared amenity. This state-of-the-art sanctuary is a pioneer in delivering unparalleled experiences, featuring personalized treatments, immersive facilities, and accessible wellness offerings.

Resorts World Las Vegas Fitness Center is constructed with the latest technologies in personalized fitness programming and state-of-the-art equipment. When your workout is complete, relax and cool down in the Stretch & Recovery Zone Powered By Therabody (services cost extra).

Meeting Rooms

Resorts World also has over 320,000 square feet of flexible meeting and banquet space including:

  • 50 meeting rooms and 6 configurable ballrooms
  • a 23,000-square-foot Strip-facing ballroom and terrace with floor-to-ceiling windows
  • 100 feet from the hotel tower elevators to the meeting space

The Bottom Line: Hilton, Conrad, or Crockfords?

The choice between Hilton, Conrad, or Crockfords at Resorts World will depend on your preferences and budget. Each hotel offers distinct experiences, catering to different needs. Here’s a summary of things to consider:

  • Hilton ($$) – provides a more affordable option with comfortable accommodations, making it suitable for those looking for a budget-friendly stay. Standard room sizes are 400 square feet.
  • Conrad ($$) – as the mid-range choice, strikes a balance between luxury and cost, offering a more upscale experience than Hilton. Standard room sizes are 550 square feet.
  • Crockfords ($$$) – the most expensive, caters to those seeking the utmost in luxury and exclusivity. Standard room sizes are 550 square feet. This lobby is going to be way calmer and less busy than the other two. The decor is slightly upgraded at Crockfords, plus you get more perks as a guest there.

When making your final decision, consider the size of the room you want and how much you want to spend. Here’s a quick peek at the cost comparison between the hotels for a Thursday night stay in March:

  • Hilton: $149, plus $45 resort fee nightly
  • Conrad: $169, plus $45 resort fee nightly
  • Crockfords: $259, plus $45 resort fee nightly

All of the standard rooms are very similar in terms of layout. All three hotels boast relatively new accommodations, as they were constructed around the same time.

However, if you’re looking for a villa or premiere suite, this is where the options begin to differ more and you’re going to want to do more research on which of these fits your needs more.

Conrad or Crockfords

Conrad Lobby Resorts World
Conrad Lobby | Courtesy of Resorts World

If you chose Hilton as your hotel of choice, you can stop reading here. But if you’re debating between Conrad and Crockfords, one of the questions people get stuck on is whether Crockfords is worth the additional cost.

Here’s the same example of the cost differences that I looked up for March:

  • Conrad: $169, plus $45 resort fee nightly (or Pay with Points: 80,000 per night)
  • Crockfords: $259, plus $45 resort fee nightly (or Pay with Points: 227,000 per night)

Between the Conrad and Crockfords, the basic room sizes are exactly the same – 550 square feet. The layout is tremendously similar, too. They both offer the same toiletries too (Byredo, our fave!).

If you’re paying in cash: The fact that you’ll save almost $100 per night (or a boatload of points if you choose to pay by points) definitely makes me choose Conrad over Crocksfords.

If you’re using a free night certificate that allows you to stay at either: Go with Crocksfords!


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My name is Elle and I'm a travel blogger based in California. I love helping people plan trips and create unique itineraries based on their interests and their budgets. I'm a huge fan of outdoor adventures and doing off-the-beaten-path things in Las Vegas (and around the world too)!

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