A Peek Inside the Renaissance Las Vegas Hotel

by Janis on April 28, 2014

During a quick weekend trip to Vegas, we spent Sunday night at the Renaissance Las Vegas Hotel.

We chose this hotel to stay near friends who were at the Wynn, while using our annual free night from the Marriott Rewards® Premier Credit Card.Renaissance Las VegasThis hotel was a great choice. Just two blocks from The Strip, we loved this sleek, non-smoking, non-gaming hotel. The lights behind the check-in change colors frequently.

Renaissance Las VegasThanks to Mr. Jones’ Platinum status with Marriott, and a terrific staffer at the front desk, we were given Room 832 when our previously assigned room wasn’t ready.

Renaissance Las VegasRoom 832 is right by the elevator – usually not a good location. We were shocked when we opened the door to this….mural.

Renaissance Las VegasHere’s a full panoramic view of the dramatic sitting room in Suite 838. There’s a guest bathroom just as you enter the room.

view from Renaissance Las VegasWe opened the curtains, and waved across the golf course to our friends at the Wynn.

Renaissance Las VegasOne more look; we felt like we should be throwing a party.

Renaissance Las VegasIn the bedroom, we found a very comfy bed, with smooth, cool-to-the-touch fine cotton sheets.

Renaissance Las VegasA nice armoire for clothes, flat screen tv and desk with a sleek chair for cranking out a little work.

Renaissance Las VegasHere’s the view out of the bedroom window. The Renaissance Las Vegas is near the Convention Center and the Monorail runs right by the front of the hotel.

Renaissance Las VegasThere are nice little design touches throughout the room.

Renaissance Las VegasNotice the image in the headboard.

Renaissance Las VegasThe bathroom tub is deep and luxurious.

Renaissance Las VegasPlus, a glass shower and toilet in a separate room.

Renaissance Las Vegas hotelThe open lobby has lots of comfortable space to hang out, and a terrific bar/restaurant called Grill 55.  We enjoyed a late lunch of small plates at the bar after check-in.

Renaissance Las VegasThis is the pool/outdoor area, which we did not use but seemed a little small.

Our Bottom Line on the Renaissance Las Vegas Hotel: 

  • We loved this hotel and would stay again for business or for fun.
  • It’s a terrific location near the Strip, but away from all of the crowds and craziness.
  • We appreciated that it is non-smoking and ding, ding, ding-casino free.
  • The staffing – from the front desk to the bar to the front door – is terrific.
  • Suite 832 is spectacular! We’d never have expected this kind of an upgrade on a free award night.
  • The pool might be a little small, if that is important to your stay.

What’s your favorite hotel in Las Vegas? Do you stay for business or for fun? Please share your thoughts in comments below. 

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