Polo Towers is located in the heart of the famous Las Vegas Strip. Check out the bright lights from your private balcony, slide into the rooftop pool or work out at the state-of-the-art fitness center. Turn up the music on the surround-sound speakers in your suite, as you get ready to open the door to Vegas. Las Vegas is the ultimate playground for the entire family.
Attractions include theme parks, roller coasters, museums, national parks, and famous casinos with over-the-top entertainment events. Experience Vegas by visiting popular places such as the Venice Canals at the Venetian, The Forum Shops at Caesar's Palace, and the incredible Fremont Street Experience. Don't miss the Adventuredome for the kids, America's largest indoor theme park that spreads across five and a half acres under a huge glass dome.
Polo Towers offers studio, one-bedroom and two-bedroom condominiums, which can sleep up to six guests. The rooms feature king- and queen-size beds, a private balcony, and electronic key card access. The resort itself features fully-equipped kitchens (kitchenette in studio), complimentary parking, twenty four-hour front desk service, and a prime Las Vegas location. Please note that a housekeeping fee applies, and that the minimum stay is two nights.
In-room safety deposit boxes
TVs with stereo systems
Rooftop pool and spa
Irons and ironing boards
On-site laundry facilities Pony Express Logo Shop & Mini Mart
There is more to do in Las Vegas than most other cities combined. Major music artists and other popular entertainers will be putting on shows in Sin City on any given weekend of the year. You can go see the world-famous Cirque du Soliel in the morning, shoot machine guns at the Las Vegas Gun Range after lunch, watch Phantom of the Opera at the Venetian in the evening, and split the rest of your night between the hundreds of tables at dozens of casinos and one or more of over fifty world-class nightclubs around the Strip.
Traditionally, of course, people come here to gamble. There is no place in the world more famous for games of chance than Sin City. You can try your hand at methodical card games like poker, throw the dice at an energetic craps table, or sit in for a few hands of blackjack. Play casually, or put down a big wad of cash and let the adrenaline flow. You may not always win at the tables, but you will never be left without thrills and excitement in Las Vegas.
Everything is over the top in Las Vegas, and food is no exception. Charlie Palmer's Steakhouse at the Four Seasons features a seasonal menu with creative starters like potato-leek soup with Dungeness crab and sirloin carpaccio with shaved parmesan cheese, and certified Black Angus steaks aged for twenty-one days as entrees. The restaurant Circo at the Bellagio offers authentic Italian delicacies like naccarii sturgeon caviar, porchetta pizza with robiola cheese, and a grilled pork chop with apple brandy sauce and braised Tuscan kale.
Marrakech at the Park Financial Center serves diners a six-course Morrocan dinner, all eaten with your fingers while reclining against soft traditional pillows. Starters include harira soup and Moroccan salads, and are followed by entrees like lamb brochettes served flaming on spears impaled into pineapples. For more European cuisine, Picasso at the Bellagio combines a castle-like interior with a constantly changing four-course tasting menu and five-course Chef's Degustation created by none other than Julian Serrano, winner of the James Beard Award for Best Chef, Southwest. If you're looking for an experience from the other side of the Berlin Wall, Red Square features all red furniture, Soviet propaganda posters on faux-aged plaster walls, one hundred different types of vodka from which to choose, and entrees like Chicken Kiev and Beluga caviar.
Before the Hoover Dam was built in 1928, Las Vegas was a desolate frontier town in the heart of the Mojave Desert. Money was scarce and water was scarcer. Then the dam went up, World War II ended, and wealthy entrepreneurs and venture capitalists began looking for the next big thing. Las Vegas began its life in the American limelight as a desert retreat for Hollywood stars a la Palm Springs, but that began to change in the 1960s and 70s.
During the Civil Rights Movement and so-called American Cultural Revolution, Las Vegas morphed from an exclusive celebrity destination to a gambling and entertainment Mecca designed to appeal to every demographic and taste. Hotels and casinos started building up instead of out, engaging in an ongoing contest to outdo each other with exotic themes and unparalleled luxury. Then, in the 1990s, Sin City hopped on board the technological revolution, and its hotels and casinos reached a new height of spectacle. Today, Las Vegas is one of the most famous cities in the world and draws millions upon millions of visitors each year.
Directions from McCarren International Airport to Polo Towers: 1. Head southeast toward Airport Sht Term Park (0.1 mi) 2. Continue straight onto E Landing Strip Ave (0.1 mi) 3. Turn left to merge onto N Airport Con (0.6 mi) 4. Continue onto Swenson St (0.6 mi) 5. Turn left onto E Tropicana Ave (1.5 mi) 6. Turn right onto S Las Vegas Blvd, and the Polo Towers will be on the right (0.4 mi)
The floor plans displayed are a sample of the unit types and are not to scale. We cannot guarantee specific unit occupancy and we are unable to inform you which specific unit you will occupy until you arrive and check into your room.
Studio Units have 1 Queen Murphy bed, 1 bathroom, and a kitchenette.
One bedroom units have 1 King bed and 1 Queen sized sofa bed, 1 bathroom, and a full Kitchen.
Two Bedroom units have 1 King Bed, 1 Queen Murphy bed and 1 Queen sized Sofa Bed, 1 bathroom, and a full kitchen