Lucky Dragon, the first in Las Vegas to offer an authentic Asian gaming, dining and lifestyle experience, is now open to the public.
Lucky Dragon features 203 guest rooms, including 22 suites. Standard rooms blend modern luxury with Asian flair rich in culture. Standard suites feature an additional spacious seating area and larger bathroom. The top floor houses the penthouse suite, which spans the entire width of the hotel tower and offers panoramic views of the Las Vegas Strip.
At the heart of Lucky Dragons authenticity lies its food and beverage program. From the variety offered by the propertys five restaurant concepts, to the extensive collection of Chinese teas, Lucky Dragon will be the citys center for Asian cuisine.
Dragons Alley introduces Las Vegas to the best street food offerings of China, Taiwan and broader Asia.
Bao Now, serving quick and easy dishes meant to be consumed on the go, will feature simple dim sum, soups, rice, noodles, congee and boba tea, as well as a diverse offering of teas and coffees.
Pearl Ocean sets a new standard for dim sum in Las Vegas. The large dining room features a live seafood room where guests can select live exotic seafood, flown in daily, to be prepared in both traditional and modern culinary styles.
Phoenix, Lucky Dragons 60-seat fine dining restaurant, boasts a menu of cutting-edge culinary trends found throughout modern China. Phoenix also boasts a private balcony and finely curated wine list.
Cha Garden, adjacent to the hotel lobby, blends seamlessly with the pool area to create an indoor-outdoor tea garden and lounge.
Jewel Kitchen is the heartbeat of Lucky Dragons dining scene. Encapsulated by windows offering casino guests a panoramic view of the culinary masters in action, it is Las Vegas only show kitchen that extends directly onto the casino floor.
Pivoting around the first-floor Pagoda Bar, the casino floor contains 37 tables and 287 slot machines. Overlooking the casino floor and suspended above Pagoda Bar, a 1.25-ton glass and crystal dragon chandelier casts luck and good fortune upon all below.
The 4,500-square-foot Sothys Spa at Lucky Dragon will offer a variety of traditional Chinese and Western treatments. The spa facilities consist of four private treatment rooms, as well as a manicure and pedicure area with a panoramic view of the Strip.