Many words have been used to describe Vegas. “Tranquil,” “chill” and similar adjectives aren’t usually among them. Serene Vegas however, is here to change all of that. This artsy, relaxing oasis is the preverbal yin to Sin City’s degenerate, over-abundant yang.
The first thing you’ll notice about Serene Vegas is the décor: artistic and modern, with the hint of a brand new vegan in Lululemon.
The location is just a little bit more than walking distance to the Las Vegas Strip. But unless you run marathons, we recommend hitting up your fave ride-hailing service. BUT, it is across the street from the Hard Rock Hotel, down the street from Hofbräuhaus and a couple blocks from Topgolf Las Vegas.
When hunger comes callin’, you can get your grub on at RLX Restaurant. This on-site restaurant serves up everything from classic American fare to exotic international cuisine (P.S., it’s all available poolside and in your room, too). In a town known for drinking and gambling, if the worst thing you become addicted to is this food, then you’re probably doing Vegas right.
The pools at Serene Vegas (oh yeah, there are two), only add to the ambiance of the whole joint. Complete with cabanas and a ‘cuzzi, Serene totally makes your stay, whether you’re a local looking for a one-night getaway or a tourist who isn’t planning on perusing the Strip as much as lounging in the sun. It’s better than an essential oil diffuser on steroids.
And did we mention that this place is pet-friendly? So feel free to bring your pets (up to 25lbs) and embrace a level of zen that’d make a Buddhist proud. Namaste, Serene Vegas. Namaste.