Hilton Lake Las Vegas Opens
Thursday June 6th, 2013 - 9:43AM P
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LAS VEGAS—Hilton Hotels & Resorts opened its latest resort property here with the reflagging of Ravella at Lake Las Vegas as Hilton Lake Las Vegas Resort & Spa
Located within the 3,600-acre Lake Las Vegas master-planned resort community, Hilton Lake Las Vegas Resort & Spa is a Mediterranean-inspired resort 20 miles from the Las Vegas Strip.
"The opening of this hotel provides an ideal retreat for guests who are looking for both the excitement and proximity to the Las Vegas Strip and a tranquil place they can escape to and relax," said Rob Palleschi, global head, Hilton Hotels & Resorts.
The hotel features 349 guestrooms and suites with views of the lake, mountains, Florentine Garden and pool. There's a full range of leisure amenities, including a 30,000-sq.-ft., full-service spa with 24 treatment rooms, a full-service salon, sauna, steam room and fitness center. The resort experience continues outdoors with a resort-size pool featuring cabanas, poolside dining at Lagoon Bar & Grill and access to a Jack Nicklaus golf course. For dining, the Medici Café and Terrace offers casual elegance in a garden-side setting and the Firenze Bar & Lounge is located in the lobby for tapas and cocktails.
With its Mediterranean flare and lakeside location, Hilton Lake Las Vegas Resort & Spa provides an array of indoor and outdoor event spaces for weddings, private events, executive meetings and corporate retreats. The resort features 92,459 sq. ft. of combined meeting and function space, including an 11,813-sq.-ft. ballroom, advanced audio/visual technology, soundproof air walls and high-speed Internet access. The on-property wedding chapel, "Capella Di Amore," is Las Vegas' only over-water wedding chapel.
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