There is a new hotel possibly coming to the Las Vegas strip. The new resort is planned for the corner of Polaris Avenue and Quail Avenue, just south of Allegiant Stadium. News3lv reported that the new project will be called Nuance Las Vegas Hotel & Spa at Allegiant Stadium. New Angle Development is the company behind the project. The hotel is being described as a full-service hotel and day spa that will also offer a restaurant, ballroom and convention hall. The top floor will have a rooftop bar complete with kitchen and terrace. The hotel will have 19 floors with 340 rooms and four floors of parking. The project is well-planned in its location. It will cater to guests that are in town specifically to attend an event at the stadium. So concert or event-goers will not have to cross the freeway to the strip to enjoy the typical Vegas amenities.
The New Angle Development website describes the project in more detail: “New Angle Development is developing a tactfully positioned, independent, full-service hotel and spa within the newly designated Allegiant Stadium district just south of the new Las Vegas Raiders’ stadium. The location and property are intended to fulfill and exploit the lack of any existing non-gaming, non-smoking, full-service, boutique-sized properties providing an alternative experience to the typical massive Las Vegas hotel casino offerings. The property is proposed as an attractive option for stadium event attendees, press members, performers, families, and their staffs, as well as corporate conference attendees for many corporate events proposed scheduled at the stadium. Envisioned as a well-appointed destination property featuring a high-end spa, restaurants, meeting venues, significant fitness facilities, and other outlets coupled with truly attentive full-service management, the property will also be positioned to attract non-event-related visitors and locals seeking a retreat from the masses and debauchery or limited services offerings that represent the bulk of Las Vegas hospitality.”
The proposal for the project will go to the Clark County commissioners on October 4.
–Wendy Rush, 96.3KKLZ Las Vegas