SLS Las Vegas hosting Facebook Q&A about new hotel-casino
SLS Las Vegas is scheduled to open Aug. 23 in the Sahara's old footprint on the Las Vegas Strip and the excitement is building.
President and COO Rob Oseland will host a special Q&A about the new hotel-casino on the hotel's Facebook page from 3 to 4 p.m. PT July 23.
The Q&A will give the curious a unique opportunity to find out what is expected from SLS Las Vegas from on of the property's leaders. Participants can submit their questions in advance by clicking here.
When it opens, the SLS will feature the Sayers Club and suites designed by Lenny Kravitz and Philippe Starck. Visitors to the property will also have the opportunity to enjoy Los Angeles dining favorites such as Katsuya (innovative Japanese cuisine); Cleo (contemporary Mediterranean dishes); Griddle Cafe; and a new concept by Jose Andres called Bazaar Meat and the Bazaar Casino.
Other property highlights will include Umami Burger Beer Garden & Sports Book; Ku Noodle; 800 Degrees Neapolitan Pizzeria; The Perq; Foxtail (rooftop lounge and pool club); the 20,000-square-foot LiFE mega-club; an intimate 300-seat buffet; seven multimedia displays; Fred Segal stores for both men and women; and five additional stores specializing in jeans, jewelry and shoes.
Its sports book will be operated by William Hill.
The Ciel Spa will feature 10 treatment rooms, a relaxation lounge, a couples massage suite, herbal steam rooms, over-sized experience showers, a fitness center and custom massage beds. Services will include full-body massages and wraps, the Red Carpet facial, and premium products. Ciel means sky in French and the spa will feature a sleek and elegant decor.
The hotel at SLS Las Vegas has 1,600 guest rooms and suites in three distinctive towers. The property also boasts 80-square-feet of flexible meeting space.
SLS Las Vegas is the first hotel-casino to open on the Las Vegas Strip in several years. The hotel-casino has hired nearly 3,000 people to work on its property.
The property was originally scheduled to open Labor Day but pushed the opening up to Aug. 23. It began accepting reservations in June.