Loews Lake Las Vegas - The Crown Jewel at the Lake

Loews Lake Las Vegas – The Crown Jewel at the LakeWritten by David P. DiFilippo

When Lake Las Vegas, the concept, became Lake Las Vegas, the reality, the innovative, master-planned district was immediately named “One of the 10 Most Important Projects in the World” during an international architecture and design exhibition.

The namesake, the 320-acre, man-made lake was the dazzling centerpiece for the 3,592-acre resort community comprised of luxury hotels, a trio of championship golf courses, a casino, thousands of custom homes, shops and restaurants. Located nearly 20 miles from the Strip, Lake Las Vegas provided a sanctuary for visitors and residents alike.

Growth, accolades and confidence permeated Lake Las Vegas until 2007 when the entire development went into foreclosure. Lake Las Vegas had become yet another casualty of the country’s economic problems. Commercially, two of the golf courses closed as did the Casino MonteLago, the Ritz-Carlton Resort and numerous shops in the Village. Residentially, nearly 20 percent of the homes have been foreclosed upon.

Now after years of uncertainty, Lake Las Vegas is poised for a revival thanks in large part to the Loews Lake Las Vegas.

Loews Lake Las Vegas – The Crown Jewel at the Lake

A fixture at the Lake since 1999, when the property debuted as a Hyatt Regency, this AAA Four Diamond Award recipient is a truly impressive attraction.

The grounds of the Loews Lake Las Vegas are pristine. Elegance is apparent from the time you enter the lobby and the staff’s customer service is attentive and friendly. 493 well-appointed guest rooms are spacious, comfortable and each one offers dramatic lake or mountain views.

Other resort highlights include; championship golf, four restaurants among which is the award-winning Marssa, numerous recreation options including a host of fun and challenging water sports and a stellar 9,000 square foot spa/fitness center.

Loews Lake Las Vegas

Golf at the Loews is a special treat and legitimate reason to “Stay & Play”. Resort guests are allowed access to the exclusive The Golf Club at SouthShore. The Golf Club at SouthShore was recognized by Golf Digest one of the "Top 10 New Private Golf Courses in America” and was the first private Jack Nicklaus Signature Course in the Silver State.

The Golf Club at SouthShore

“The partnership between Loews and SouthShore is an amazing opportunity

for visitors,” said Natalie Gulbis, LPGA TOUR player. “Every time I describe the experience to a friend and they stay, their experience actually supersedes everything I had told them. It’s just a beautiful place and an indescribable experience—and I always host my meetings there and make sure my guests have a drink on the Lotus Court at sunset so they can see the lake,” she added.

SouthShore’s Par-71, 6,917-yard championship design was crafted by Nicklaus to fit seamlessly with its surroundings on the shores of Lake Las Vegas. Lush, generous fairways frame gently rolling greens. 88 strategically placed bunkers and numerous forced carries over both ravines and water create stern test with a visually stunning backdrop for golf.

The layout’s unique landscape also includes elevations of up to 1,750 feet. While challenging enough to test the determination of low handicappers, five sets of tee boxes help new or less proficient golfers enjoy their round.

The staff at the Loews Lake Las Vegas cordially invites you to experience their extraordinary resort. You’re sure to enjoy any/all of the aforementioned amenities and unquestionably, you’ll make your own beautiful memories while on property.

For more information or to book a reservation, visit www.loewslakelasvegas.com or call 702.567.6000.


 

 

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