SLS Makes Way For W Hotel
SLS Posts Quarterly LossHotel loses $48.7 million from April to June
Las Vegas VP Utilizes Education, Experience As Former Assistant SherriffGreg McCurdy, vice president of corporate security at SLS Las Vegas, has extensive education, training and experience to ensure safety and security in the resort.
Guide To Las Vegas On A BudgetJust because you have a tight vacation budget does not mean you have to miss out on all of the excitement and magic Las Vegas has to offer. Here are some tips to enjoying Las Vegas on a budget.
Amid Scrutiny, Vegas Hotelier Wins Gambling LicenseSam Nazarian's license is good for only one year, doesn't allow him near casino operations and requires random drug testing.
Nightlife King Facing Tough Questions From Gaming BoardSam Nazarian, the man behind the Sahara resurgence, must answer questions about his drug use and business connections in order to obtain a Nevada gambling license and keep his stake in SLS Las Vegas.
SLS Lays Off WorkersThe Strip's newest resort is shedding some employees.
North End Of Las Vegas Strip Offers Growing Employment OpportunitiesWith revitalization comes employment. The north end of the Las Vegas Strip is thriving with the opening of SLS Las Vegas and the planning of several high-end resorts.
SLS Las Vegas Grand OpeningLas Vegas' newest hotel set to open
SLS Opening To Boost Monorail RidershipRidership expected to increase at northern most stop
SLS Las Vegas CountdownLas Vegas' newest Strip property set to open
SLS Partners With HiltonFormer Sahara property set to open in late August