After an action-packed day (and maybe night) out and about on the famous Strip, you'll be thankful for the chilled-out boutique vibe of our sophisticated Las Vegas hotel. We offer an oasis of calm in the midst of all that Vegas excitement. But we're not above having a bit of fun ourselves, either. Enjoy a cocktail or three in the bar or one the mouthwatering dishes at our ENVY Steakhouse before — or even after — heading off into the Nevada night. And be sure to check in with our resident Navigator Tierney, who has the hottest Vegas tips for both first-timers and old hands.
Share upscale Mexican eats like rock shrimp tacos and skirt steak skewers over signature margaritas at this stylish downtown restaurant.
Mundo celebrates Mexican heritage by blending old world decor with quintessential Vegas glamour. The restaurant's stylish interiors welcome an eclectic mix of trendy Las Vegas locals, snappily-dressed businessmen, and couples. The dishes are authentic Latin cuisine with a gourmet twist, like the prime filet mignon with green tomatillo and chile sauce or the seared snapper with charred tomato, capers and rock shrimp salsa. An exceptional beverage menu rounds off the menu. The Sassy Senorita Margarita (prickly pear and 100 percent blue agave tequila) is especially excellent. Located across from the Smith Center, this is an ideal spot for a pre-show dinner.
Address: 495 South Grand Central Parkway, Las Vegas Design Center, World Market Center, Las Vegas, 89106, NV, United States
Phone: +1 702 270 4400
Opening hours: Monday to Friday from 11:00 AM to 09:00 PM,Saturday from 05:00 PM to 09:00 PM
Website: http://mundolasvegas.com/Hotel: Renaissance Las Vegas Hotel
Distance: 3.2 mi
food / 3.2 mi
Embark on a culinary journey through Europe from the Balkan mountains to the coast of Spain at this Las Vegas restaurant.
Chef Nina Manchev's Bulgarian heritage shines through in dishes like the mixed grill served with bean relish and liuteniza and the Thracian clay pot with tomato, feta, charcuterie and eggs. Besides dishes from her family's home country, there are also Georgian specialties like adjarski khachapurri, Spanish gambas al ajillo and Russian borscht to savor here. Pair small plates with creative cocktails like the Gypsytini or opt for a robust Spanish wine to complement the heartier stews. The decor is eclectic, with the art-filled space featuring cozy nooks and corners, strings of fairy lights and painted mismatched crockery for that at-home feel.
Address: 4180 South Rainbow Boulevard, Las Vegas, 89103, NV, United States
Phone: +1 702 220 3876
Opening hours: Monday from 05:00 PM to 10:00 PM,Tuesday to Saturday from 12:00 PM to 10:00 PM,Sunday from 05:00 PM to 10:00 PM
Website: http://www.barforte.com/Hotel: Renaissance Las Vegas Hotel
Distance: 5.9 mi
food / 5.9 mi
Dine on creative dishes that blend New Mexican and Jamaican culinary heritages at this trendy restaurant; try the green chile cheeseburger.
DW Bistro is decorated in cheerful white and orange with a few rustic accents like artfully-scuffed cabinets and hanging cane lamps that only add to its charm. Best sellers on the menu include the New Mexican style slow-cooked pork with over-easy eggs and the chargrilled pork chop with apple-ginger chutney. Sunday brunch is a popular event and booking a table is advised. Wines are served by glass and bottle and craft cocktails made with house-infused liquors round off the menu. Head out to the patio for a memorable gourmet dining experience under the stars.
Address: 6115 Fort Apache Road, Suite 112, Las Vegas, 89148, NV, United States
Phone: +1 702 527 5200
Opening hours: Tuesday to Thursday from 11:00 AM to 09:00 PM,Friday from 11:00 AM to 10:00 PM,Saturday from 10:00 AM to 10:00 PM,Sunday from 10:00 AM to 02:00 PM
Website: http://dwbistro.com/Hotel: Renaissance Las Vegas Hotel
Distance: 11.1 mi
food / 11.1 mi
Located at the Emergency Arts gallery, this easygoing coffee shop is a great spot to unwind over a cup of coffee.
If you're looking for a relaxed spot to escape the chaos of Fremont Street, pop into The Beat Coffeehouse. With a great selection of locally-roasted coffee blends, fresh juices, and smoothies, it's a great place to kick start your morning or wind down with a glass of wine, a craft cocktail, or a pint of beer in the evening. Local bands often play here on the weekend, and events hosted here include everything from comedy open mic nights to Wednesday paint nights. The Las Vegas Zine Library is housed here, and there is an excellent vinyl collection to play or purchase here as well. This eclectic venue is frequented by a creative set and offers a window into another side of this vibrant city.
Address: 520 Fremont Street, Las Vegas, 89101, NV, United States
Phone: +1 702 385 2328
Opening hours: Monday to Friday from 07:00 AM to 10:00 PM,Saturday from 09:00 AM to 10:00 PM,Sunday from 09:00 AM to 05:00 PM
Website: http://www.thebeatlv.com/Hotel: Renaissance Las Vegas Hotel
Distance: 3.2 mi
drink / 3.2 mi
The Sunday Roast Dinner, complete with Yorkshire Pudding and draft beer, leaves you feeling like you've found a bit of Britain in Vegas.
Anglophiles will love this authentic pub with a nautical-themed decor and traditional menu. Dark wood paneling and a vintage bar with spinning bar stools only adds to the vibe. With over 30 international beers and ciders on tap, there is much more available here than a pint of the ubiquitous Guinness. The summer patio is a popular venue in pleasant weather. From trivia nights to karaoke and sporting events, the entertainment lineup is spot on. With classic pub fare, from the perennially-popular fish and chips to steak and kidney pie, this restaurant has plenty of British comfort favorites to wash down with a pint. This 24-hour pub is a great place to unwind any time of day or night and is a real Vegas institution.
Address: 1350 East Tropicana Avenue, University, Las Vegas, 89119, NV, United States
Phone: +1 702 739 8676
Website: http://www.crownandanchorlv.comHotel: Renaissance Las Vegas Hotel
Distance: 2.7 mi
drink / 2.7 mi
Inspired cocktails and great live music are what keep this bar rocking till late into the night; the Queen's Revenge cocktail is a hit.
Velveteen Rabbit brings a touch of whimsy and creativity to Vegas's vibrant Arts District. The dim-lit interiors are designed with flair, drawing from a blend of literary and Victorian era references with its faux-antique furniture and funky wallpaper. Sisters Pamela and Christina Dylag are inspired by world cultures and bring this same passion for the new and exciting to their trendy bar. From hand-crafted classics to imaginative concoctions and craft beer, they have the spectrum covered. Cocktails like the Bronze Bell (rye, aperol, lemon, demerara maple syrup, and cherry bitters) and the Shroomin' (butter-washed brandy, vermouth, thyme, shiitake tincture, and lemon oil) showcase house-made syrups and infusions. This passion for the new extends to in-house entertainment, with local bands making this a favorite venue. This is the place to be in downtown Vegas on a Friday night.
Address: 1218 South Main Street, Arts District, Las Vegas, 89104, NV, United States
Phone: +1 702 685 9645
Opening hours: Monday to Saturday from 05:00 PM to 02:00 AM,Sunday from 05:00 PM to 12:00 AM
Website: http://velveteenrabbitlv.com/Hotel: Renaissance Las Vegas Hotel
Distance: 2.1 mi
drink / 2.1 mi
This huge venue is a must visit for race fans and offers experiences like daily track tours, NASCAR action, and Ferrari driving experiences.
More than just a sports complex, the Las Vegas Motor Speedway hosts a variety of events throughout the year. Sports enthusiasts can sign up for a variety of unique experiences, including driving a race car via one of the four driving schools (Dream Racing, Exotics Racing, Richard Petty Driving Experience, and Pure Speed) that are based here. Purchase souvenirs of your visit in the gift shop on your way out. A constant hub of activity, there is always something occurring here, from NASCAR racing events, the Electric Daisy Carnival, and NHRA racing. Be sure to get there early on major race days for tailgating and a host of pre-race events.
Address: 7000 Las Vegas Boulevard North, Las Vegas, 89115, NV, United States
Phone: +1 702 644 4444
Website: http://www.lvms.com/Hotel: Renaissance Las Vegas Hotel
Distance: 13.3 mi
see / 13.3 mi
Experience the thrill of skydiving on the Las Vegas Strip at this indoor skydiving facility, the first to launch in the United States.
Who says you need to jump out of a plane to skydive? The Vegas Indoor Skydiving offers a one-hour program that will have you flying in no time, without having to board a plane. Revel in the ultimate rush as you soar off the trampoline floor in a vertical wind tunnel, where high-velocity air propels you upwards and simulates a real skydiving adventure. The padded walls and specialized flight suit ensure that you're entirely safe, making this a great option for all ages; there is only a modest height-weight minimum to be followed. Training classes begin every half hour, and the total process from training to flight is 60 minutes. It's a good idea to reserve a slot in advance as this is a popular attraction.
Address: 200 Convention Center Drive, Las Vegas, 89109, NV, United States
Phone: +1 702 731 4768
Opening hours: Monday to Sunday from 09:45 AM to 08:00 PM
Website: http://www.vegasindoorskydiving.com/Hotel: Renaissance Las Vegas Hotel
Distance: 0.7 mi
see / 0.7 mi
One of Vegas's biggest attractions, this casino-lined street is covered by a neon-lit lit canopy and hosts 24-hour live entertainment.
Drive north of the iconic Vegas Strip and you'll find yourself at Fremont Street. Lined with restaurants, shopping, performance venues, and (of course) casinos, this downtown hub is home to the famous Viva Vision, a spectacular sound and light show that projects millions of lights onto the canopy accompanied by a music show that runs every hour from dusk till midnight through the year. With three stages and a constantly evolving schedule from local bands to iconic superstars, the party is always going here. Adventure seekers can whoosh down Fremont on the Slotzilla Zip Line and check out the scene from a whole new perspective. From museums to free concerts, bars, and breweries, there is something here for every kind of visitor, making this the ultimate tourist destination, one that captures the spirit of Vegas.
Address: 425 Fremont Street, Las Vegas, 89101, NV, United States
Phone: +1 702 678 5777
Website: http://www.vegasexperience.comHotel: Renaissance Las Vegas Hotel
Distance: 3.2 mi
see / 3.2 mi
This outdoor retail plaza promises a fun day out for the entire family; kids will love the Children’s Park and Cactus Coaster.
This open-plan mall beautifully blends Spanish architectural elements with modern design to create a relaxing village-like atmosphere to enjoy a day of recreation and relaxation. The upscale center hosts world-class dining, shopping, and entertainment, anchoring luxury and high street brands like Armani Exchange, Anne Taylor, Aldo, Fossil, M.A.C., H&M, and Sephora. Kids can romp through the park with its interactive play area, maze, tree house, and pop-jet fountain. Catch the latest releases at the 18-screen AMC Theater, or improve your wardrobe with trendy outfits from one of the many fashionable boutiques. There are also excellent dining alternatives from chic cocktail lounges to family-friendly restaurants, making Town Square a vibrant social hub, day or night.
Address: 6605 Las Vegas Boulevard South, Suite 201, Las Vegas, 89119, NV, United States
Phone: +1 702 269 5000
Opening hours: Monday to Thursday from 10:00 AM to 09:00 PM,Friday to Saturday from 10:00 AM to 10:00 PM,Sunday from 11:00 AM to 08:00 PM
Website: http://www.mytownsquarelasvegas.com/Hotel: Renaissance Las Vegas Hotel
Distance: 4.9 mi
shop / 4.9 mi
The paintball zombie shooting event is a hit at this supernatural-themed shop and is hosted on Friday and Saturday nights.
Survival is the name of the game at this zombie-themed store. While the owners may not actually believe in the flesh-eating undead, they definitely believe in being prepared for disasters of epic proportions from hurricanes to earthquakes. The zombie here is a quirky metaphorical representation of any life-threatening event. From freeze-dried bags of food to tasers and even swords, they have everything you may need for an apocalyptic emergency covered. The shop also carries an assortment of original merchandise from printed t-shirts, novelties, and collectibles commissioned from local artists. With interactive events, one-of-a-kind products, and excellent customer service, the store is a top-pick for a unique Vegas shopping experience.
Address: 3420 Spring Mountain Road, Las Vegas, 89102, NV, United States
Phone: +1 702 320 0703
Opening hours: Monday to Thursday from 10:00 AM to 07:00 PM,Friday to Sunday from 10:00 AM to 09:00 PMHotel: Renaissance Las Vegas Hotel
Distance: 2.8 mi
shop / 2.8 mi
From classy to kitschy, "the world's largest gift shop" has you covered when hunting for gifts and souvenirs on Las Vegas Boulevard.
A Vegas landmark, Bonanza was built in 1980 in one of the first shopping centers on Las Vegas Boulevard. The 40,000-square-foot (3716-square-meter) store is amply stocked with every kind of souvenir or gift imaginable. The retro vibe is only amplified by shelves stacked with Rat Pack photographs, dealer's visors and shirts emblazoned with the Fabulous Las Vegas sign. Authentic Native American jewelry and handicrafts can be found here too. From beautiful to downright bizarre, the collection here is a must-see for visitors wanting to catch a glimpse of old-school Vegas nostalgia and larger-than-life spirit.
Address: 2440 Las Vegas Boulevard South, Las Vegas, 89104, NV, United States
Phone: +1 702 385 7359
Opening hours: Monday to Sunday from 09:00 AM to 02:00 AMHotel: Renaissance Las Vegas Hotel
Distance: 1.3 mi
shop / 1.3 mi