The hustle and glamour of Las Vegas is great during the day and into the evening, but once you're ready to sleep, a room away from all the noise is key.
The Desert Rose Resort is a quiet, gambling-free hotel just a block and a half from the Strip - close enough to get to all of the fun within moments, but tucked just out of the way enough to be an oasis of calm and rejuvenation so you can be fresh for your next adventure!
One-bedroom suites offer 650 square feet of comfortable living space, and can accommodate four guests. Complete with a private bedroom and king size pillow-top bed, a living room with a sleeper sofa, dining room, fully-appointed kitchen, bath and private balcony or patio.
You will have full access to everything the resort has to offer, including the pool, hot tub, BBQ area, exercise room, etc.
I will not be on site, but the hotel staff is there 24/7 to help with anything you need. Concierge booking service is also available for dinner reservations, tickets to shows, and activities!
- Minimum age to occupy room: 18
- Bookings made more than 60 days in advance require a 2-night stay
- Smoking is allowed on balconies/patios ONLY. If a guest smokes indoors, there will be a substantial cleaning fee assessed by the hotel.
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I love to read and look and learn. A historian by training; currently playing a support class at a small investment management company in San Francisco. A little overly passionate about art and textiles, feminism, and whatever has taken my fancy at the moment. I constantly seek beauty and adventure.
I use my timeshare to let other people get away as well, it's a double-win since it allows both of us to travel!
Things I could not live without:
Yarn and fiber. If my knitting isn't with me, something is very wrong.
Art in most forms, as long as it doesn't smell bad.
People. Humans are a hoot.
Books. Just another way to look at humans.
Caffeine - although I'm Switzerland in the tea vs. coffee debate.
I like to travel with a few touchpoints or plans, then fill in the experience as I go along. I like making new friends.