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Platinum Hotel & SpaDecember 18, 2006 By: Irvina Lew Travel Agent
Unique Vegas property opens its doors
Six attributes make the Platinum Hotel & Spa, which opened on October 2, 2006, unique: It is a small (255 units), all-suite, non-gaming, smoke-free boutique property with the city's first indoor/outdoor pool. And, it is conveniently located just a block and a half from Las Vegas Boulevard, a.k.a. The Strip.
It is also the second condominium-hotel in
and Resorts. Platinum Hotel & Spa is managed by Marcus Hotels &
Resorts, a division of The Marcus Corporation, which owns or manages a
distinctive portfolio of 13 hotels and resorts, including the Pfister in
The mustard and white hotel, which is diagonally across from
the Westin Casuarina near Harrah's, the Flamingo and Bally's, has an off-street
entrance with its Stir lounge facing Flamingo Road. This ground-floor lounge
offers decadent $250 martinis, Manhattans and margaritas. The U-shaped building
has a modern interior featuring earth tones and geometric patterned carpeting.
Laura Besiada, director of leisure sales (702-365-5000,
[email protected]) offers introductory rates starting at $129 and
accommodations in three suite types: the Solitaire Suite is the standard at 910
square feet, while the Princess is 1,083 and the Marquise measures 2,165.
All have a full kitchen with stainless steel appliances,
bathrooms with double sinks, whirlpool tubs and separate showers. They are
tastefully furnished with a sleep sofa in the living room, a 42-inch plasma
screen TV and a private balcony with table and chairs. Some rooms include a
washer and dryer, while others have a fireplace. Each of the 255 suites has
Wi-Fi access to high-speed Internet. Youths up to the age of 17 stay free with
an adult. Peter Rockwood, general manager (702-365-5000,
[email protected]) , notes that all rooms can be booked over the
Suites on the highest floors have the best views. Those
facing west see the bright lights and identifiable shapes of the large hotels
along The Strip; others face the mountains. Anne Huntington, director of VIP
services (702-365-5000, [email protected]) , can arrange private dinners,
viewings, helicopter tours (www.lvhelicopters.com), kids activities and personal
shoppers. The boutiques in the Bellagio, Wynn Esplanade, the Venetian and at
the Fashion Show Mall and the Las Vegas Premium Outlets tempt visitors to spend
in every price range from Chicos to Chanel. Taxis are easily available to
transport guests to shows and restaurants on The Strip, and the hotel is 10
minutes from the airport.
The Well Spa, which opened on December 2, has wide
corridors, serene décor, six treatment rooms and spa products such as Comfort
Zone, True & Aromafloria. Well offers destination-like spa activities,
including yoga classes and spa cuisine. Outdoor treatments may be available
upon request on suite balconies or the pool terrace. Contact Spa Director
Courtney McGovern (702-365-5000, [email protected]) to make
Executive Chef Brenton Hammer reigns in the Restaurant at
Platinum, which has widely spaced tables, high-backed chairs and a glass wall
overlooking the pool terrace and The Strip. He offers inventive American
cuisine with new presentations of classic dishes and lots of exciting uses of
vegetables. The menu features micro-portions of entrees and specialties such as
green eggs and ham with mascarpone and pesto scrambled eggs for breakfast,
tea-smoked salmon with roasted potato and artichoke salad for lunch and
flavored with caramel and cinnamon for dinner.
The Restaurant's wine list spans the globe, listing French
Bordeaux, Italian reds Australian
"Other Worldly" offerings like Argentine malbecs and cabernet franc
ice wine from
Executive Chef Brent Hammer can prepare in-room meals or
special lunches for private helicopter flights to the
what conventions are in town because the huge ones very much affect the
availability of rooms, shows and dining reservations.
The Platinum Hotel & Spa: www.lvplatinum.com,