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Place Category: RestaurantsPlace Tags: Sahara Las Vegas, SLS Las Vegas, Steakhouse, and Strip Dining

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  • A groundbreaking culinary experience, Bazaar Meat by José Andrés is the James Beard award-winning chef’s wild and wonderful celebration of the carnivorous. Enjoy nuanced, playful cuisine and cocktails for which The Bazaar by José Andrés has become known on both coasts, in a strikingly seductive setting.

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    Bazaar Meat by José Andrés

    Chef Andrés combines traditional Spanish flavors with cutting-edge culinary techniques in playful and sophisticated dishes while Starck uses design elements like elegant chandeliers and retro wallpaper to craft dramatic and inviting interiors. The Bazaar has locations in SLS Beverly Hills, SLS South Beach, SLS Las Vegas and SLS Brickell.

    About SLS Las Vegas

    The SLS Las Vegas (formerly Sahara Hotel and Casino) is a hotel and casino located on the Las Vegas Strip in Winchester, Nevada. It is owned by Stockbridge Real Estate but is under contract to be purchased by Alex Meruelo and Meruelo Group (owners of the Grand Sierra Resort Hotel & Casino in Reno) with an expected closing date of Q3 2017.

    The hotel was formerly known as the Sahara Hotel and Casino. It was in operation under that name for 59 years from 1952 to 2011. The hotel had 1,720 guestrooms and suites with a casino covering more than 85,000 square feet.

    The hotel is the site of the SLS station, the northernmost stop for the Las Vegas Monorail. The SLS anchored the northern end of the Las Vegas Strip. The renovated property reopened on August 23, 2014, after a $415 million renovation as part of SBE’s chain of SLS hotels.

    On November 9, 2015, Starwood Hotels & Resorts announced that it would add SLS Las Vegas to its Tribute Portfolio, a chain of independent four-star hotels that would allow it to take advantage of Starwood’s reservation platform and member benefits. It also announced that the 289-room LUX Tower, one of the three towers on-site, would undergo a renovation and rebranding as W Las Vegas in September 2016. The W would have its own dedicated entrance, lobby, meeting space, pool and facilities and will be managed by Starwood while the remainder of the SLS would remain under its existing management. The conversion to the W was officially completed on December 1, 2016.

    In May 2017, the Meruelo Group agreed to purchase the SLS Las Vegas.

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