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Ritz Carlton Henderson Vs. JW Marriott

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Ritz Carlton Henderson Vs. JW Marriott

I want to spend one night out of town. I'm considering the Ritz Carlton in Henderson and the JW Marriott. Could someone describe the area around the JW Marriott (221 N. Rampart Blvd)? I've seen photos of the area around Ritz and it looks very scenic with the Lake. However, the JW is less $$. Any insight?

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1. Re: Ritz Carlton Henderson Vs. JW Marriott

Ritz was Nevada's only true 5-star Hotel until last year when they reduced staff numbers and now is one of the 4 4-star Hotels in the state. I am a resident, and it is the only Hotel I stay in when looking for a luxury getaway weekend with the wife where no one can find us and one of the finest Spas in the country.. It is first class luxury beyond anything you will find on the strip. There is no casino there, but Hyatt and Montilego Village have small casinos.

My son stays frequently at JW Marriot when he is here on biz. The place is a very nice 3-star hotel and spa. It is tailored more to the golf crowd as it is located in the middle of two golf courses. The spa is excellent.

You would be happy with either as they are both nicer than strip joints, However Ritz is quite a step up in class and luxury.

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