Sahara Las Vegas

The Strip, Las Vegas

The hotel

Sahara Las Vegas serves as the gateway to all that Las Vegas has to offer. With over 1,650 guestrooms and suites in three distincttive towers - World Tower, Story Tower and the Grand Tower - each with a unique personality. This hotel brings style and sophistication to The Strip and gives you the opportunity to stroll over the hallowed hallways that once provided the playground for some of Hollywood’s most legendary stars - rat packs, brat packs and the Beatles. The hotel’s glittering towers each offer a unique and stylish vision of life on the Strip and your feet quite literally won’t touch the ground no matter how fast or how smooth you like to play things.

Amenities

  • Bar
  • Spa
  • Swimming Pool
  • Free Parking
  • Night Club
  • Room Service
  • Evening Entertainment
  • Fitness Centre/Gym
  • Laundry Service
  • Internet Access
  • Close to City Centre
  • Restaurant

Where is it

North end of The Strip. Transfer time from Las Vegas airport: 12 minutes.

Hotel information

Over 1,650 guestrooms in 3 towers - World, Story and Grand. All with air-conditioning, 55" HD TV, WiFi Internet access*, Signature Saints and Sinners snack box*. World Tower King Rooms have 1 king-size bed, sleeping maximum 2 adults.

World Tower Double Rooms have 2 double beds, sleeping maximum 4 adults.

Story Tower King Rooms have 1 king-size bed, sleeping maximum 2 adults.

Story Tower Double Rooms have 2 double beds, sleeping maximum 4 adults.

Grand Tower King Rooms have 1 king-size bed, sleeping maximum 2 adults.

Grand Tower Double Rooms have 2 double beds, sleeping maximum 4 adults.

Award-winning restaurants, including: Bazaar Meat by Jose Andres (steakhouse), Cleo (Mediterranean cuisine), Uno Mas (Mexican cuisine), Umami Burger Beer Garden & Sports Book, 800 Degrees Neapolitan Pizzeria, The Northside Café and The Perq. Three resort pools including the Retro rooftop pool (21 years +, seasonal) and the Grand pool. The Sayers Club, Monkey Bar. Large casino. Salon. Ciel Spa*. Fitness centre. Concierge service. Laundry/dry-cleaning service*. Business centre. Room service*. Complimentary WiFi. Complimentary self and valet parking.

A resort fee of $37.95 plus tax per room, per day is payable locally. Resort fee, tax and inclusions are subject to change - please see hotel check-in for current inclusions available to you upon arrival.

In-room Internet access, Local and toll-free phone calls, Pool and fitness center access, Concierge services, Valet and self-parking

*Denotes local charge.

Please note check in time is 11am

Rating summary

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Traveller rating

  • Excellent (555)
  • Very good (364)
  • Average (182)
  • Poor (103)
  • Terrible (119)
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Jan 21, 2021 Teurobinson

The staff was friendly including the casino staff. We enjoyed Marra King Room and the entire hotel. It was very easy to navigate. Such a great location as well! The reason why I’m giving it a 4 overall rating rather than a 5 is because our AC unit stopped working on our second night. We definitely would come back again!
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Jan 15, 2021 Lubov Aleksandr... B

I was physically attacked at this hotel. A woman by the name of Vicky and her co-worker, a tall man about six and over cornered me by the pool and physically assaulted me. The woman has shoulder length curly black hair. Hotel is refusing to relocate me now or to even refund.
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Jan 6, 2021 heyangella California

Why did I ever leave The Sahara? I bought a pair of perfect sunglasses from the gift shop and never took them off. I didn’t even care that they were overpriced. I transformed at The Sahara.I fell in love at the Sahara without meaning to and I don’t know how to get the feeling back or make it go away. He never took 360 footage of our interiors so… Read more
Why did I ever leave The Sahara? I bought a pair of perfect sunglasses from the gift shop and never took them off. I didn’t even care that they were overpriced. I transformed at The Sahara.I fell in love at the Sahara without meaning to and I don’t know how to get the feeling back or make it go away. He never took 360 footage of our interiors so how can I relive it? We lived so carelessly at The Sahara we threw away our souvenirs though N bemoaned their loss all throughout the desert landscape on the 40 south. The Sahara cursed me and it felt like a tease. I took the same three highways in a loop while N slept and even though I became enraged, the landscape kept me peaceful, the sunlight drooped over dirty mountains in the most soothing of ways so who cares if I was lost. Tempting to say that Vegas in a pandemic and among [timely] and obtrusive construction on the main strip (the only sound for miles) is depressing but saying so simplifies Vegas itself. Pandemic Vegas is pressurized Vegas, Vegas underground, secrets kept openly like before but even more so. The streets of Vegas are usually so glittering, distracting that we never wonder about the penthouses or the secret clubs, the basement squatters, the bunkers. I see two loan show girls in glorious white plumes wearing masks and checking their smartphones while they cross the street to the Flamingo; I want to follow them and ask them how it’s been going and who is showing up to tip them. On my way to buy socks, I find I’m the only woman on the sidewalk who is dressed young: a pair of linen pants and a crop top. Men in Lincoln continentals and penny-colored Buicks greet me with sweetness. “Hey Beautiful,” and “Good morning.” Utterly pleasant. Maybe I’m a worker off-duty too. I watch a beautiful woman with perfectly pressed edges persuade a man into buying her a very expensive purse. She winks at me and I’m proud of her. I purchase extremely cheap jeans that fit too tight. They say you can learn a lot by a city’s refuse. That said, Vegas’s thrift stores are filled with lucite-heeled stilettos and wedges, the taller the better. Acrylic is easy to clean but it scratches. Lucite is heavy, but higher quality. Read less
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Jan 6, 2021 Budda11 Mesa, Arizona

My wife and I stayed here for two nights January 3rd and 4th. The rooms are small but clean and modern. The hotel was pretty slow because of COVID. Some of the bars were closed. The price was right also. No resort fee when we went. I would probably stay here again after COVID when the monorail is running and you could easily move up and down the… Read more
My wife and I stayed here for two nights January 3rd and 4th. The rooms are small but clean and modern. The hotel was pretty slow because of COVID. Some of the bars were closed. The price was right also. No resort fee when we went. I would probably stay here again after COVID when the monorail is running and you could easily move up and down the strip. Read less
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Dec 29, 2020 Traveler2012abc Orange, Texas

THE HOTEL WAS AMAZING! I rented a scooter inside the hotel for $65 i drove it all over vagas and even cought a cab with it $20 each way to cosmo to take pictures of the strip. I gambled it was ok won some lost some broke even