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Stepping into the ornate art-filled lobby of the Artisan Hotel, you are instantly transported to another world. It’s 1914, the Parisian Left Bank, an elegant and mysterious world of art, absinthe, and decadent indulgence. Day becomes night and everything you can imagine is real!
The Artisan Hotel is Las Vegas’ exceptional non-gaming, adult hotel boutique, and ultra-lounge. The 64-room lushly landscaped hideaway, literally covered from floor to ceiling with eclectic art and paintings, elicits surprise and awe from even the most discerning travelers. It is as much a place to stay and relax, as it is a prime destination to be entertained and socialize. The hotel boutique also is home to Mood restaurant, a topless pool, exciting nightlife and Artisan Afterhours.
The Artisan Hotel
The Artisan Hotel is a Las Vegas non-gaming hotel boutique and ultra-lounge. Its 64 rooms are covered from floor to ceiling with eclectic art and reproductions of world famous paintings.
The Artisan opened in 1979 as a Travelodge. In December 2001, the property was purchased and renamed ‘The Artisan’ and overhauled. At that point, the Artisan started putting artwork from artists such as Cézanne, Chagall, Da Vinci, Rembrandt, Renoir, Van Gogh and others all over the property.
The Artisan Hotel was featured on a 2007 episode of the A&E TV show Criss Angel Mindfreak and multiple episodes of the Cinemax series Sin City Diaries.
In 2008, Las Vegas Citylife magazine named the Artisan lounge as the best bar in Las Vegas.
Even though the property got good reviews and had a loyal clientele, the property faced cash flow and maintenance problems and went into bankruptcy. The property agreed to foreclosure in December 2009. The Siegel Group purchased the property in January 2010 and has been working to correct all outstanding issues. In May 2010, The Artisan started having themed-invite only pool parties.
On June 7, 2010, Kourtney Kardashian and Scott Disick stayed at The Artisan to celebrate Scott’s birthday.
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