The New Todd English Hotel is a food and beverage driven boutique, upscale hotel featuring a high-caliber menu starring locally-sourced ingredients, curated by four time James Beard award-winning celebrity chef Todd English teamed up with Z Life Co. on the $30 million project.
The cornerstone of The English Hotel will be Todd English’s newest restaurant, The Pepper Club, which is sure to become a favorite dining destination for locals and an attraction for guests from around the world.
The English Hotel is a 74- guest room upscale boutique located in the Arts District of Las Vegas, this eclectic spot is a refuge for guests looking to escape the Strip without straying too far for a private pool deck, and a bar and restaurant with a patio and glass-enclosed chef’s table at 921 S. Main St. near Coolidge Avenue.. Guests will find a secluded pool and swanky outdoor lounge welcoming guests from near and far to relax and take in the vibe. The English Hotel is a visually alluring hub of connection with an elevated culinary experience powered by Todd English’s food and beverage program, complete with Michelin-star quality room service.
- Pet friendly
- Free high-speed internet
Rumors of a morning buffet price at The English Hotel Las Vegas are swirling but no concrete evidence of that just yet. Meanwhile the restaurant on property is sure to delight.
921 S. Main St., Las Vegas, NV 89101
Details about the restaurant have been hush other than the website’s own description of it as a “spicy, jazzy, lounge” space serving sushi and oysters. But more details are anticipated to emerge in the fall, when the project is expected to receive a solid opening date.
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Chef Todd English Las Vegas
English, who said he lives in Turnberry Towers and is building a house in Southern Highlands, said he’s been involved with the Arts District venture for about a year, maybe a little less. He had been looking to get involved in a hotel project, he said, adding that a few previous efforts didn’t work out.
Developers of the Arts District project used a “pre-engineered modular wall system that provides the building’s entire structural support,” describing this as a “cost-effective, sustainable, and time-efficient” construction process.
It also said the hotel offers more than 70 “sexy guestrooms” and provides visitors a unique option that is “in stark contrast” to the megaresorts and “grandeur” of the Strip.
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