Las Vegas, NV (February 15, 2013) –SLS Las Vegas has announced it will break ground and is will open in the fall of 2014.
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Destined to become one of the most energetic hotels on the Las Vegas Strip, SLS is a high-style collaboration between sbe founder and Chairman Sam Nazarian, renowned design icon Philippe Starck and globally acclaimed Gensler Architects. Once complete, SLS will be a fully-integrated, entertainment-driven resort and casino with more than 1,600 guest rooms and suites.
Among key elements of SLS Las Vegas will be a collection of restaurant concepts including The Bazaar by James Beard award-winning chef José Andrés, Katsuya by Starck and Umami Burger. Also joining the restaurant collection is The Griddle Café, which has taken on a cult-like status in LA for its acclaimed breakfast, lunch, dessert and cocktail menus.
SLS Las Vegas will offer four nightlife experiences, including a reinvention of sbe’s original nightlife concept, Shelter, and The Sayers Club, regarded as Los Angeles’ most exclusive live music venue. The property also will offer a 10,000-square foot Fred Segal retail experience, featuring seven Fred Segal-branded boutiques, with a wide range of stylish merchandise across various categories. Fred Segal will be the exclusive retailer for SLS Las Vegas.
SLS Las Vegas will join sbe’s family of existing hotel properties including SLS Hotel Beverly Hills and The Redbury in Los Angeles, and The Raleigh and SLS Hotel South Beach in Miami. sbe has forthcoming hotel and restaurant projects currently in development in New York, Chicago, Washington D.C., Seattle, Philadelphia, Austin, the Middle East and Asia.