Thursday, March 28, 2013

Gansevoort Las Vegas Coming to Las Vegas

Leisure and business holiday makers who land in Las Vegas and look for an accommodation option that’s not necessarily a ‘gargantuan’ resort will be pleased to find the prospect of new hotel in the Strip area of the city. Gansevoort Las Vegas will be opened in the city in 2014 and is likely to present a viable address for tourists getting hold of tickets on flights arriving in the Sin City. The hotel will be come up at a building that is currently Bill’s Gamblin’ Hall & Salloon.

Those opting for this resort as their place of stay after booking tickets on flights for Las Vegas will appreciate the fact that it is a comparatively small resort that makes it stand apart from other mega-properties that dot the region. USA-bound tourists who are visiting the metropolis in hope of a good time would be relaxed to find there are no long lines and the extensive walking, something that troubles certain travellers at other colossal resorts of Las Vegas. Foreign vacationers who grab tickets for seats on Las Vegas bound flights are likely to be impressed by this new upscale boutique hotel.

Gansevoort Las Vegas will feature less than 200 rooms, including 19 suites, making sure varying guestroom options are offered to tourists who are grabbing tickets on flights and making a room booking here. Presence of retail outlets, a 40,000 square-foot casino and a restaurant will further make it a fine choice among guests in the USA.

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