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JW Marriott Las Vegas Resort & Spa

At a Glance


  • proximity to golf and Red Rock National Conservation Area
  • terrific spa


  • a bit pricey for a Marriott
  • casino sports book can fill up quickly during big events

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JW Marriott Las Vegas Resort & Spa Review

If you have a penchant for pampering and personal service—or if your plans include golfing or hiking—this stunner in Summerlin is for you. The sterling resort overlooks two golf courses, and Red Rock National Conservation Area is only a few miles away. Enormous rooms (starting at 561 square feet) have marble bathrooms with separate whirlpool tubs and raindrop showers. The small, low-key Rampart Casino is popular with locals. Other highlights include the Addison Lounge, which hosts live-music most nights a week, and a small sports book. The pool underwent a major renovation in 2007, and at 40,000 square feet, Spa Aquae is one of the biggest and best in town.

    Hotel Details

  • 469 rooms, 79 suites
  • Rate includes no meals.
Updated: 05-28-2014

Fodorite Reviews

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    Great room with comfy beds and ceiling fan. Huge jacuzzi bathtub in room. Very small balcony, hardly any room for chairs. Also, very cheap on the air conditioning especially when it's 110 outside. Spa was great. $25/day or free w/ massage. Lots of fitnesses classes and great outside pool. The hotel pool was nice but did not have enough chairs or umbrellas for all the guests. Asked for a mini frig for our room.

    by 1traveler1, 8/18/07

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