Located at the northern end of the Las Vegas Strip, this glimmering new Las Vegas landmark ushers in a new era of luxury hospitality defined by a stunning 150,000-square-foot casino, world-class dining, vibrant entertainment and nightlife and more than 3,600 exquisite hotel rooms and suites.
The hotel offers a wide variety of accommodations across 60 stunning floors, each offering floor-to-ceiling picture worthy views of the Strip or surrounding mountains and the latest tech conveniences.
Experience a collection of delectable restaurants, bars and cafés fit for any variety of craving or the most memorable occasions, from casual poolside bites to once-in-a-lifetime meals with a view.
Unwind and refresh with the latest in technology and innovation at the Lapis Spa and Wellness which offers a wide range of treatments. The resort is also home to a spacious nail salon and state-of-the-art fitness center.
The pool experience offers seven distinct areas to explore, beginning with the Oasis Pool. Choose your own adventure among four bars, two enticing restaurants and fabulous outdoor gaming options.
Be transported to a lush adult playground at LIV Beach with a variety of intimate social scenes. After dusk, LIV comes alive with the hottest talent from all over the world.
Live to the fullest among the thrills of the sophisticated casino floor where endless opportunities await, including a variety of table games, slots, a premier sportsbook and an exclusive experience for high-limit players.
This hotel charges a daily resort fee of $45.00 (plus tax) which entitles guests to the following:
Last Updated: January 07, 2024
Check-in time for this hotel is from 3:00 PM
Checkout time for this hotel is by 11.00 AM
Guests must be 21 years of age or over.
Yes. Dogs are welcome at this hotel.
Yes. There are designated smoking areas throughout the property.
Yes. This hotel has a casino.
This hotel has approximately 3644 rooms and suites.
Distances from this hotel to landmarks, attractions, shopping and event centers.
All distances are measured in straight lines. Actual travel distances are therefore likely to be slightly longer than stated depending on the method of transport.