Canyon Ranch Launches New Culinary Concept in Las Vegas

Canyon Ranch has introduced its third brand extension (after the launch of CR aesthetics and CR shops last fall) with the opening of CR CREĀT. The first outpost of the wellness brand’s stand-alone, casual dining concept will be located inside the Grand Canal Shoppes at The Venetian and The Palazzo Las Vegas. CR CREĀT joins the brand’s Canyon Ranch Café and Canyon Ranch Grill alternative food outlets.

CR CREĀT will have a menu of “modernized, healthy options,” created by Canyon Ranch master chefs. Offerings include seasonal salads and sandwiches, a specialty selection of waters, custom-blended coffees and teas, artful confections and more. CR-branded retail items and gifts will also be available. 

Executive chef Pete Ghione will oversee CR CREĀT, along with Canyon Ranch Grill and Canyon Ranch Café.


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The eatery will be open daily from 6 a.m. to 11 p.m. and will be located on the second floor of the Grand Canal Shoppes, near the guest elevators.

Canyon Ranch operates the world’s largest day spa at The Venetian and The Palazzo. In addition, Canyon Ranch has wellness destinations in Tucson, AZ and Lenox, MA, as well as 22 Canyon Ranch at Sea wellness facilities onboard Cunard Cruise Line, Oceania Cruises, Regent Seven Seas Cruises and Celebrity Cruises.


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