The JW Marriott Las Vegas Resort & Spa will be reopening its doors on July 1.
The resort will be reopening with elevated cleanliness and safety protocols, including reduced capacities in the hotel, restaurants and pool. Per the governor’s orders, guests will also be required to wear a mask in all areas of the resort.
All dining will offer limited menus and guests will be able to dine-in or take-out.
Both the JW Marriott Hotel and Pool will be in operation with the 50% capacity limit. Two promotions have launched:
- “Cars Eat Free” rate – Perfect for visiting guests and family, travelers choosing this rate (varies) will receive a $25 gas card for each night of their stay as well as complimentary valet. Rate available through September.
- “Rise and Dine” package – for those looking for a staycation option, guests will receive complimentary breakfast for two with each night of stay. Rate available through August.
The hotel pool will be open from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Locals can purchase a day pass or cabanas rentals at the hotel front desk.
Daily Pool Access for Non-Hotel Guests is $10 for adults and kids 16 and over or $5 for kids six through 15 (must be accompanied by an adult). Five years and under are complimentary. Maximum three children per adult.
Cabana Rentals start at $125 (cost depends on day/time) and includes six bottles of water.
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