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You Can Now Book A Room At SLS Las Vegas

April 7, 2014 at 11:54 PM | by | ()

The main SLS website doesn't yet list Las Vegas on its booking engine, but that doesn't mean you can't reserve a room at the coming soon resort.

SLS Las Vegas recently announced a partnership with Preferred Hotels & Resorts and it is now accepting reservations for dates beginning Monday, August 25 and beyond through the Preferred website. We took the booking process all the way to the point of entering a credit card with no issues so if you're interested, book fast.

A check of rates for August 25 revealed the lowest to be a starting price of $149 for a World Superior King. (Towers seem to have been redubbed Lux, World and Story.) A World Superior Double and a World Superior King - High Floor both begin at $159 while a World Superior Double - High Floor was $10 more. No other room options are listed for the 25th nor the 26th. That changes on Wednesday, August 27 when Lux and Story accommodations are added to the mix. A Lux Deluxe King begins at $239 while a Story Superior King is at $159. Suites begin at $309 and go up to a starting rate of $499. Only a limited selection of rooms were listed as available for the resort's opening weekend.

4.8 Update: You can now book a stay at SLS Las Vegas directly via slslasvegas.com. Reservations are being accepted for August 25 and beyond. Reserve a room by month's end to take advantage of a special opening rates of $109/midweek and $139/weekends. The special requires a two-night minimum stay and is valid for select dates between September 1 and December 27.

As noted, higher floors will come at a premium as will, apparently, corner rooms and pool views. A resort fee is listed at $25, however, no inclusions were cited.

Each room will feature WiFi as well as a "Sleep Lying Still BeautyRest Mattress and 310-thread count linens exclusive to SLS Hotel & Casino, Samsung® 55-inch televisions, and Ciel Spa amenities."

Towers are described as follows:

The Lux Tower, the distinguished, all-suite tower, offers an elegant retreat within the busy city of Las Vegas. The soft decor and soothing tones create a sleek atmosphere. The room includes extra windows for views of the mountains or pool area, a luxurious plus-king bed, and large bathrooms, some that include a whimsical peek-a-boo shower.

The World Tower is a contemporary space featuring guestrooms with a cosmopolitan style and plenty of space. The metropolitan accommodations are furnished with plush beds, additional seating, and baths with an all-glass shower and custom infinity sink.

The Story Tower is a fun, vibrant space that uniquely combines high-design of a loft and intimacy of a boutique hotel. Rooms in the Story Tower include floor-to-ceiling mirrors, shower alcoves, and floating beds.

Dining and nightlife options are listed on the Preferred site as so:


The Bazaar, a delectable dining experience from James Beard award-winning chef, José Andrés, the restaurant serves a cuisine that blends classic Spanish flavors with modern culinary vision. Open for dinner only.

Katsuya presents superb sushi and robata from Master Sushi Chef, Katsya Uechis, and signature cocktails in the Dragon Lounge. Open for dinner only.

Cleo is a stylish restaurant that serves shared plates filled with robust Mediterranean flavors. Open for dinner only.

800 Degrees serves mouthwatering pizzas right from a wood-burning oven. Choose from the restaurants recipes or order your favorite. Open for lunch and dinner.

Unami Burger - Sports Book - Beer Garden is a unique space for guests and visitors to enjoy gourmet burgers, affordable brews, and wager on exciting sporting events. Open for lunch and dinner.

Ku Noodles, another restaurant by the award-winning chef, José Andrés, Ku noodles offers traditional pan-Asian cuisine. Open for lunch and dinner.

The Griddle Cafe serves sensational breakfast favorites such as red velvet pancakes and sweet french toast. The Griddle Cafe is open 24 hours a day.

The SLS Buffer (we think they meant buffet) offers a wide variety of international cuisines for breakfast, lunch, and dinner.

Bars and Lounges:

The Sayers Club, filled with comfy seating, is an intimate space to catch live music.

SHOT Bar, with 18 original cocktails, is the ideal place to grab a drink before exploring the casino.

Monkey Bar offers a variety of cocktails, beers, and wines in the sitting area and on the open patio.

Life Designed by Mark Zeffour a trendy night-life club presenting the hottest live music and DJs.

Foxtail a cozy interior with a relaxed, lounge feel opens to the outdoor pool. Throughout the night Foxtail transforms to a fun, enticing night club with dance floor, DJs, and pool lounges.

The SLS Las Vegas is a renamed, re-imagined and completely renovated Sahara. Parent company sbe is spending $415 million to transform the aging north Strip hotel-casino into an SLS resort.

(Images: sbe/Preferred)

Archived Comments:

Fix the 800 Degrees listing

It is combined with the one above it.


Does anyone know if the Monorail station will be re-opened??


They must be smoking something at SLS to think they will fill up the hotel with 100+ room rates along with a 25 resort fee.  Good luck with that.  After re reading the article i am sure they are smoking something over there.  I wish them luck but think they are overly confident.


$239 a night (plus tax and resort fee) for a smallish room on a low floor near Circus Circus and the Worlds Largest Gift Shop or $169 a night (plus tax and resort fee) for Wynn's Resort Room or $269 for a Tower Suite.

Hmmmm what is the better deal here.....?


I agree with Masterblaster. Once the Honeymoon ends in a couple of mouths after it opens, the prices will have to come down. For a basic room, it should $59 to $79 on weekdays and $99 to $139 base on what's going on in Vegas that weekend. You are still on the North side of the strip. Once you walked outside the casino you have Riveria and Circus Circus. No Thank You.

So No More Sam Tower?

Unless the tower names were codes so the real one's wouldn't leak out.

I must be spoiled

The smallest rooms in Venetian-650 sq ft, Palazzo-720 sq ft, Mandalay Bay-550 sq ft, Aria-520 sq ft, Bellagio-510 sq ft, Wynn-640 sq ft, and all 5-star resorts in a great location (Wynn is on the edge).  Have stayed in them all for free and there's a whole lot of other people that get the same offers.  How on earth is a new hotel in a not-so-good location with tiny sub-par rooms supposed to attract customers?  Even if it's awesome, you've got to get them in the door first.

under 500sq ft?

For $250 a night I think I'll stick with the studio suite at The Cosmo. The location and room sizes are not worth the money they want. Unless you want to spend all your time in their casino, the riv, or CC you're going to spend a ton of cabs. I'll pass.


Sadly, no more Sam Tower. So long, comedy gold.


I'm inquiring about specifics on the monorail for you, but yes, it's expected to come back online from what I've heard.


Agree with other commenters on price point and comparisons. The people behind most current projects in town and anyone who would
"buy in" as customers seem either ignorant or completely clueless.