This review of the wheelchair accessibility at Conrad Las Vegas (Resorts World) is from Fall 2022.
Resorts World is one of the newest hotels on the Las Vegas Strip, and is located on the north end (1-2 blocks from Wynn Encore and the Fashion Show mall). It is a casino, shopping center, and resort in its own right, and contains three different Hilton brand hotels: Hilton, Conrad, and Crockfords. Each brand is progressively higher end, with nicer finishes and exclusive amenities.
The Conrad Las Vegas is the largest of its brand. It has its own elevator lobby, which makes for faster service to the floors. And, as with most Hiltons, the digital keys worked seamlessly in the elevator and room. Oh, and the views for the holidays were stunning, particularly for being slightly removed from the Strip (for now–new construction will change that). See bottom of page for video.
Conrad’s contact information is 1-800-266-7237. There is also a public bus (The Deuce) that runs down the Strip, with a stop outside of Resorts World.
Explorations within Resorts World
There was free parking on property (for now), and valet was a minimal expense (and free for certain levels of stay). There is a growing-number of restaurants on property, including Craig’s vegan ice cream (see my point-of-view tour of West Hollywood). And a speakeasy bar (Here Kitty Kitty Vice Den) inside Ms. Meow’s Mamak Stall. There are also a number of pools, bars, and shops. They make it easy to spend all of your time and money without leaving the property if you are so inclined.
There is even a stop for the Tesla Loop, which unfortunately (and disappointingly) does not have plans for wheelchair accessible Teslas (although other accessible shuttles may be added at a later date).
Accessibility of Lobby
Conrad has a private entrance with its own dedicated elevators and security, which made for faster elevator recall. The digital key worked well in the elevator, and the call buttons were positioned at reasonable heights. It was a gorgeous entryway.
Accessibility of Room
We stayed in Room 53236, which is has a king-size bed and roll-in shower. The bed height was ~22″, and there were outlets throughout the room/around the bed. The room was spacious to comfortably maneuver around the room, even with pretty large/heavy furniture in the room.
The bathroom was equally spacious, with plenty of space around the toilet and under the sink. The wall-mounted soaps are hard to use, and I used my own smaller bottles that I bring with me. I also very much appreciate the extra drain in the middle of the bathroom–roll-in showers overflow with small lips like that, and the extra drain just makes mopping up any excess water easier.
And the view was sublime. We stayed in November 2022, and Hallmark Channel had a multi-acre holiday wonderland set-up. We could watch people wander through the lights, go ice skating, and partake in the festivities. It was quite charming–almost looked like our own small snow village.
The wheelchair accessibility at Conrad Las Vegas was as expected–a smooth experience with reliable bed height and accessible technology.