The new luxury hotel will be adults only, dog-friendly and won't have resort fees
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In the works since January 2020, The English Hotel is almost ready for its December debut. When it does, it will become the first boutique hotel of its kind in the Las Vegas Arts District and the first property in renowned Chef Todd English’s new hotel brand.
“The idea is you’re coming to Todd’s home,” general manager Steve Dennis says of the four-story, 74-room hotel, located at 921 S. Main St. The property will be part of the Marriott Tribute portfolio.
Developed by Z Life Co., the $30 million project will be adults only, dog-friendly, and won’t have any resort fees, Steve says. It features personal touches such as a family photo book for guests and trees and plants dedicated to those involved in the hotel.
“Hospitality to me is an emotional connection,” Steve says. “We are that unique experience that you’ve never had the opportunity to have in Vegas before.”
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Steve hopes to attract visitors seeking an alternative to the mega-resort, those traveling on business or those interested in a lowkey DTLV escape. The goal is to get guests from check-in to their rooms in five minutes.
When they get upstairs, they’ll find infinity view hallways and rooms with luxury furnishings, floor-to-ceiling soundproof windows, fresh flowers and air filtering systems so there isn’t any shared air between rooms. “From a pandemic perspective, this was done to provide safety to our guests,” Steve says.
Standards room are 300 sq. ft. with six 420 sq. ft. suites and four ADA compliant units. There’s also a pool area with cabanas where they plan to host concerts and outdoor events. Six ground floor units face Main Street and six face the pool, each with furnished patios.
Its crown jewel will be a Japanese/Mediterranean fusion restaurant dubbed The Pepper Club, named after English’s dog, featuring a sushi bar, teppanyaki grill and beer made by Beer District Brewing exclusively for the hotel.
Developer Weina Zhang, who’s lived in Las Vegas for 20 years, hopes to attract more visitors to the Arts District.
“People have a love affair with this area,” she says. “We are part of a new, true Downtown.”
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