Crescent to manage SpringHill Suites Las Vegas Convention Center

The SpringHill Suites Las Vegas Convention Center. Photo credit: Marriott International

Crescent Hotels & Resorts assumed management of the 24-story, 299-room SpringHill Suites Las Vegas Convention Center, an all-suite hotel at the Las Vegas Convention Center. Crescent Hotels & Resorts is an operator of major hotels, resorts and conference centers throughout the United States and Canada.

"Crescent has extensive management experience in Las Vegas and is very excited to add the SpringHill Suites Las Vegas to our portfolio," Michael George, CEO of Crescent Hotels & Resorts, said in a statement. "As an award-winning Marriott manager, team Crescent and our unique approach will maximize the potential of this great hotel."

Located minutes from McCarran International Airport and many Las Vegas attractions, the hotel has 9,000 square feet of meeting space, suites that are 25 percent larger than comparably priced standard hotel rooms, a modern fitness center on the 24th floor and a rooftop pool with views of the Las Vegas Strip. Food-and-beverage options include Palettes Gallery and Bistro, and the property offers roomservice. 

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Crescent operates more than 100 hotels, resorts and conference centers in the U.S. and Canada, including a collection of independent lifestyle hotels and resorts under the Latitudes Collection umbrella.

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