Las Vegas is known for its casinos and nightlife but there is something for any visitor at this tourist destination. Concerts, magic shows, dining experiences, golfing, hiking, shopping and spas are just a few of the area's attractions. The city has two Sheraton hotels. One is an Element hotel - a Sheraton branch that was developed in 2006 and focuses on being eco-friendly and a tranquil getaway for guests. The other is a Westin - a line of hotels that first started in 1930 and has many extra amenities like their line of Heavenly Beds and the WestinWorkout center.
The Westin Casuarina Las Vegas Hotel
This Sheraton is just a block from Las Vegas' famous "strip" and offers guests a spa, fitness center, heated outdoor pool, business center, theater and on-site casino. The Hibiscus Spa has many types of facials, massages, wraps, manicures, pedicures, shiatsu and reflexology. Spa packages are available. A casino lounge and Starbucks are in the building. The hotel's main restaurant is called "Suede" and is open from 6 a.m. to 11 p.m. Suede's menu has a breakfast buffet in the morning and offers American-style food. A kid's menu and room service is available. The theater hosts live entertainment every night. In 2010, the main feature was Ariann Black, a noted magician.
The Westin Casuarina Las Vegas Hotel 160 East Flamingo Road Las Vegas, NV 89109 702-836-5900 westinvegas.com
Element Las Vegas Summerlin
This Sheraton hotel is good for travelers who want a little space between them and the Las Vegas strip. The strip is 15 minutes from the hotel but still central enough to easily be enjoyed. This hotel's theme is "Whole Living" and features an eco-friendly design, outdoor swimming pool, fitness center, laundry room, business center and Internet throughout the building. Meals can be enjoyed at the breakfast bar, which serves fresh fruit, smoothies and gourmet coffee, or the Gourmet Pantry, which is open 24 hours a day and has ready-to-go food and toiletries.
Element Las Vegas Summerlin 10555 Discovery Drive Las Vegas, NV 89135 702-589-2000 starwoodhotels.com
Sheraton hotels are part of the Starwood hotel chain. Travelers often prefer to stay with a hotel chain they are familiar with because the accommodations are consistent. For example, at Sheraton hotels, guests can expect to stay in the trademark Sweet Sleeper beds and that the fitness center will be organized by Core Performance fitness instructors. The Starwood Preferred Guest program also allows travelers to collect and redeem points as they stay at different locations, further encouraging the use of the one hotel chain.