A new resort is coming to Las Vegas, and with it comes a unique, boutique-style ambiance! The Dream is going to be a smaller resort with a focus on style. Read on to learn more about this exciting new lodging option you’ll be able to find soon in Las Vegas.
The Points Guy ~ ” When you think of Las Vegas accommodations, the first thing that comes to mind likely isn’t a boutique-like property. Sprawling megaresorts — some with multiple casinos, dozens of restaurants and thousands of rooms — dot the Strip from end to end. Many of the world’s largest hotel brands also have a flag property in the city, allowing guests a multitude of options using points.
But the Dream Hotel Group is doing something different. By Vegas standards, the Dream will be a much smaller property with “only” 527 rooms on a footprint of five acres near the south edge of the Strip.
The 20-story hotel, slated to cost $500 million, had to undergo various design changes after pushback from federal agencies, including the Federal Bureau of Investigations (FBI), the Department of Homeland Security and the Transportation Security Administration (TSA).
Dream’s close proximity to parked military aircraft, commercial planes and runways at McCarran International Airport raised various safety concerns. But after major design changes, including scrapping guest room balconies, Las Vegas’ Clark County Commission voted 6-1 to approve plans to move forward with the Dream.” ~ The Points Guy
Click the link below to read more about The Dream.
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