Located at the corner of Sahara and Las Vegas Boulevard, SLS Las Vegas stands on its own, making its own mark and bridging the gap between Riviera and Stratosphere. That iconic setting, once the resting grounds of the classic Sahara Hotel, probably means nothing to you if you’re not a local or a Vegas aficionado. But trust us when we say SLS is a mega resort for the lone wolf or the rebel who knows what they want.
Day, night, anytime really, SLS has a high-energy atmosphere thanks to its emphasis on music and exceptional nightlife. LiFE is an expansive and chic nightclub where you can see the hottest DJs and bands as well as EDM leaning closer to indie/deep house than most other spots on the Strip. The Sayers Club, one of L.A.'s most exclusive live music venues, has also been reinvented at the resort bringing DJs as well as specialized performances that most clubs don’t even try to match. And Foxtail throws open its doors for special events and shows completing the trifecta for SLS’ nightlife venues.
Foxtail and LiFE also have pool experiences where you can soak up sun and socialize with socialites on the roof with Beach LiFE or take a dip in the epicenter of SLS with Foxtail's pool club -- both open seasonally of course. Quick drinks to begin or end your night are also available at the Monkey Bar near the lobby or the Center Bar in the heart of the casino.
If you’re not a club kid, or you are one and you’re just hungry, SLS is also the place to go for exciting cuisine that challenges many Vegas traditions. Bazaar Meat by José Andrés, which features roving carts filled with unique culinary creations, plays on pronunciations as it features some bizarre options like wild boar sausage and sea urchin -- amongst a long list of other carnivorous concoctions. Katsuya by Starck, offering master sushi chef Katsuya Uechi's innovative take on traditional Japanese sushi and robata. And Cleo by Danny Elmaleh showcases Mediterranean flavors in a menu focused on shared plates.
From the home-style cooking (served in generous portions) for breakfast, lunch and dinner in Northside Café to the foodies’ delights found in Ku Noodle, Umami Burger and 800 Degrees Neapolitan Pizzeria, SLS is proving that culinary excellence isn’t confined to the south sections of the Strip.
Once you’re partied out and stuffed full, get your shopping on as Fred Segal, an L.A. fashion institution, brings in seven different shopping experiences filled with a wide range of merchandise including women's and men's apparel, jewelry, lingerie and accessories. Or relax with Ciel Spa featuring 10 treatment rooms.
SLS may seem on its own at first, but that’s only because it stands out. If you’re the type to eschew the standards of the Strip, but still want to be close to the action and enjoy all the amenities and glamour of a magnificent Las Vegas hotel and casino, SLS is just one short drive off Paradise Road -- or one slightly intimidating walk up Las Vegas Boulevard -- away.