The combination of the award-winning JW Marriot Las Vegas and the PGA TOUR-owned and operated TPC Las Vegas is about as good as it gets. And the duo just might be the best golf resort combination in the Ultimate Golf City. JW Marriott is a stunning oasis in the middle of the golf-rich Summerlin area of northwest Las Vegas.
The award-winning JW Marriott Las Vegas Resort and Rampart Casino commemorate their 15th anniversary of offering guests the finest service and top-tier luxury with the “15 Years of Fun” campaign. The JW Marriott recognized as a “Top-Performing Business” on TripAdvisor and a 10-time recipient of the AAA Four Diamond Award, the resort offers high-end amenities and hospitality.
The JW Marriott is located just minutes from TPC Las Vegas, a stunning course best described as “desert elegance”, and features an on-property golf concierge to assist with all aspects of a Vegas golf vacation. Click now to view official Las Vegas stay and play golf vacation packages that are available with the JW Marriott and TPC Las Vegas, a resort that was named a “Top 5 Las Vegas Resort” by readers of the respected Condé Nast Traveler. Current winter packages start at only $104.
TPC Las Vegas is at the top of its class and PGA TOUR-like conditions are a given on a daily basis. The course is a former site of events on both the PGA TOUR and Champions PGA TOUR. And you never know when a noted PGA TOUR pro will probably be seen playing or practicing at TPC Las Vegas. TPC Las Vegas was designed by Bobby Weed, the lead architect of PGA TOUR Design Services, with consultation by World Golf Hall of Famer Raymond Floyd.
Adding to the casino’s diverse entertainment lineup, Bonkerz Comedy Club in Edge Lounge debuted in February. Since opening, the venue has hosted numerous sold-out acts such as NBC’s “America’s Got Talent” finalist Grandma Lee. Bonkerz offers guests a fully stocked bar and the nation’s best comedy each Thursday.
Enhancing the hotel’s group and event options, the exquisite Valencia Ballroom completed renovations in February with updated wall coverings and carpeting. The 12,320-square-foot circular ballroom has an expansive terrace for up to 1,000 people and provides a stunning option for events with a 30-foot vaulted ceiling, Mediterranean décor, floor-to-ceiling arched windows and scenic outdoor space with views of Red Rock Canyon and the Las Vegas Strip.
The resort upgraded its poolside cabanas, which debuted in March. Enhancements include new furniture, flat-screen TVs, telephone, refrigerator, bottled water and a safe for valuables as well as classic amenities like food and beverage service from Waterside Café, guest towels and personal attendants.
One of the most anticipated attractions on property, Rampart Casino’s Bingo Room opened its doors in April. Each day, it offers six one-hour sessions of bingo. The 300-seat gaming facility is complete with top-of-the-line technology, complimentary drink service and a non-smoking section. The casino continued its enhancements by expanding its Summerlin Room Lounge to include a full buffet and upgraded bar. The Summerlin Room is a secluded area for Summerlin and Summerlin Elite-level players only, featuring a fully stocked bar, high-limit gaming and cocktail service.
The property’s restaurants also received a refresh throughout the year. In May, Shizen added delectable flair to its menu including gluten- and carbohydrate-free noodle bowls and all-you-can-eat sushi Sundays. Rampart Buffet and Promenade Café updated their décor in September. Additionally, the Promenade Café added more breakfast items and an array of home-style entrées such as chicken and waffles and macaroni and cheese. J.C. Wooloughan’s Irish Pub transformed into J.C. Irish Sports Pub. The pub has catered to its sports fanatics by adding new TVs, a special sports menu and a gaming section to the bar in October.