JW Marriott Las Vegas Resort & Spa
What We Love
- With a choice of 11 on-site restaurants, you don’t have to venture far for variety
- Free shuttle to the Strip is available for guests multiple times a day on both weekdays and weekends
- Designated golf concierge can arrange preferred tee times at the adjacent golf course
What To Know
- Summerlin is a quiet residential neighborhood about 20 minutes from the Strip
- The fair-weather outdoor pool is usually open from early March to October
- Free WiFi
- Golf Course
- Handicap Accessible
- Parking On Site
- Room Service
Set on 50 acres of gardens, this Mediterranean-style getaway feels a world away from the madness of the Strip. Spacious contemporary rooms (starting at 560 square feet) hint at Old World glamour with damask-print bed throws, flowing curtains and wrought-iron lamps. Foodies can choose among 11 on-site restaurants, offering American classics, Italian fare, Japanese Teppanyaki, wine-paired tapas and Irish Pub grub. The onsite golf concierge can arrange tee times at the adjacent TPC facility or at any of the eight nearby courses, and the 24-hour staff can take care of just about everything else, from a Desert Stone Therapy massage at the 11,000-square-foot Aquae Sulis Spa to reservations at the intimate Round piano bar in the 50,000-square-foot, European-style casino.
In the Area
Many upper-crust residents of the quiet residential Summerlin make up the devoted golf community, which is why this affluent town plays host to nine championship courses. Take a swing at the Johnny Miller-designed Badlands Golf Club flanked by Nevada’s majestic Red Rock canyons, or, for a more scenic backdrop, play a round at the Las Vegas Paiute Golf Resort in the foothills of the snow-capped Sun Mountain. Of course, a trip to Vegas is not complete without time on the Strip, and the resort runs a free shuttle three to five times daily, so you can press your luck without worrying about calling a cab. In case you lost it all, you can always escape to the more than 30 miles of hiking trails at the sandstone-dusted Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area, just 20 minutes from the resort.
How to Get There
The hotel was fabulous. When we walked in, I did not get that overwhelming smell of smoke like other resorts. The room was huge and very clean. We loved the promenade cafe for breakfast, and the price was very reasonable. It was in a great location that was close to everything but not too far from the strip. Will definitely stay again.
My wife and I went out to Vegas to visit my family for the weekend. Initially it was going to be a 2-night trip, but we decided to extend it to a full 4-day weekend, so we spent 3 nights at the JW.
The facility is fairly large, with the Rampart Casino nearby, we got a bit turned around when we first arrived. As a note - valet parking is a free service, so feel free to utilize it during your stay!
The staff at check-in were prompt and friendly, and directed us to our room in the Palms tower on the map. They also provided us with a coupon book that had some pretty useful deals in it as well. We ended up going through about half of it before our stay was over.
The room itself was very large - for a moment I thought we had been upgraded to a suite for being Bonvoy members, but my mom was also staying here and her room was the same size/layout. Still, plenty of space, with a large bathroom including an oversized soaker tub with jets. The room was clean, fresh water bottles at the ready, and a mini fridge to store leftovers/snacks if we needed it.
Comfortable beds, pleasant service, a large, quiet, and beautiful facility. We will certainly be staying at the JW again when we’re in town.
I've stayed at Suncoast, Red Rock Casino, and JW Marriott, and the Marriott has the best rooms. The beds are comfortable, there's a fridge to keep your brews cold, and an amazing bathroom that I enjoy taking bubblebaths in after smoking herb on the balcony.
The employees are all really nice, and housekeeping does a great job.
I got 2 free nights from a summer promotion, which was a $300 value. I enjoyed my stay and will be returning.
The food options are alright. The casino and bingo room are decent. Both Suncoast and Red Rock have better dining, gambling and entertainment options, but Marriott is my favorite lounging staycation venue. I recommend visiting on a weekend when there's football promotions going on.