Resorts World Las Vegas With Hilton, Conrad & Crockfords (LXR) Set To Open On June 24, 2021

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Resorts World Las Vegas property with three separate Hilton affiliated hotels of Hilton, Conrad, and Crockfords (LXR) is set to open its doors on June 24, 2021. It is open for reservations from that date.

The 3,500 room integrated resort has been in development since 2007, and the groundbreaking took place in 2015. Resorts World Las Vegas is the first strip hotel to open in more than a decade.

You can access Hilton Resorts World here, Conrad Resorts World here, and Crockforst Resorts World here. There is another side by the developer for all these three properties that you can access here.

READ MORE: Hilton Honors Rate & Bonus Points And Miles Promotions

Note that all these three hotels have a nasty $45 resort charge + tax, which is waived on Honors award stays. It is unclear what benefits Hilton Honors Gold, and Diamond members can expect at these three properties.

You can read more about the developments surrounding this property on a Las Vegas Review-Journal’s website here.

Here are the three hotels:

  • Las Vegas Hilton at Resorts World = 1,774 rooms and suites
  • Conrad Las Vegas at Resorts World = 1,496 rooms and suites
  • Crockfords Las Vegas LXR Hotels & Resorts = 236 luxury rooms and suites

Here are the hotels on Hilton and Resorts World websites

Las Vegas Hilton at Resorts World

Hilton’s website

Awards

The standard award rate is 70,000 points per night.

Resorts World’s website

Conrad Las Vegas at Resorts World

Hilton’s website

Awards

Conrad’s standard room costs 80,000 points per night.

Resorts World’s website

Crockford Las Vegas LXR Hotels & Resorts

Hilton’s website

Awards

The Crockford standard room points price is 95,000 per night.

Resorts World’s website

Conclusion

I am not compatible with these huge resorts with thousands of rooms. They cannot offer any level of personalized service.

They are good options for Hilton Honors members to earn and burn points in Las Vegas, now that Tropicana (DoubleTree) may exit the Hilton system due to a recent sale.

It is interesting to see if there will be pricing differences, as there usually is if booking through directly with Resorts World’s website versus on Hilton’s.

The $45 daily resort charge plus taxes and fees is nasty considering that you get absolutely nothing for it.

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