Virgin Hotels Las Vegas reveals restaurant partners

by | 20 Sep 2020 | News

The interiors of Night + Market, a venue which won over LA with its authentic Thai drinking food

The forthcoming Virgin Hotels Las Vegas, part of Curio Collection by Hilton, has announced which world-class restaurant partners will be bringing their dining concepts to the property.

Sin City’s newest destination, Virgin Hotels Las Vegas, is aiming to offer guests an unparalleled F&B experience. We find out exactly who will be involved.

A landmark resort development

Virgin Hotels Las Vegas will be set just off the Las Vegas Strip and offer guests over 1,500 chambers and suites upon completion. That’s not all though as the 5,500 sq m Mohegan Sun Casino operated by Mohegan Gaming & Entertainment, the generous desert pool oasis and the 650-seat signature showroom are sure to help keep guests entertained 24/7.

What really promises to set the property apart, however, is its exceptional food-and-drink offering.

Top-class restaurant partners revealed

A standard dining concept simply won’t do in Las Vegas. Perhaps that’s why the much-anticipated property has teamed up with world-renowned restaurants and chefs to ensure their guests can enjoy the best of the best.

“We are looking forward to welcoming an elite group of restaurant partners to Virgin Hotels Las Vegas,” said Richard ‘Boz’ Bosworth, president and CEO of JC Hospitality, owner of Virgin Hotels Las Vegas. “Our partners will provide our guests with top-tier service and hospitality that we cannot wait to debut.”

The partners include Todd English, a James Beard Award-winning chef who will bring the Mediterranean restaurant Olives back to Las Vegas; and Kris Yenbamroong, who will debut Night + Market, a venue which won over LA with its authentic Thai drinking food. The original Nobu location in Las Vegas will also get a facelift and continue to feature Chef Nobu Matsuhisa’s famous culinary creations, while the poolside Kassi Beach Club by Nick Mathers will offer coastal Italian flavours.

Meanwhile, Hakkasan Group will bring its newest cantina concept, Casa Calavera, to Las Vegas for some relaxed open-air dining. Of course, a proper steakhouse is also a must, which is why David and Michael Morton’s MB Steak will get a new look and an expansion of its existing space.

Finally, Money, Baby! will provide a new kind of interactive and engaging sports-viewing experience on indoor and outdoor patios.

Entertainment at the signature Commons Club

Following in the footsteps of other Virgin Hotels properties, the Las Vegas site will offer the signature Commons Club concept as well.

At the Kitchen at Commons Club, guests will find a contemporary American eatery with some nods to Virgin’s British roots. The Bar at Commons Club, by contrast, will offer live entertainment and performances on several nights, which guests can enjoy over a glass of wine, craft beer or signature cocktail.

Elsewhere, The Shag Room will provide a more intimate setting for private functions. And the Funny Library Coffee Shop is for those who want to relax while browsing a book, or get some work done in comfortable surroundings.

The opening date of Virgin Hotels Las Vegas is expected to be announced soon.



Virgin Hotels ia a lifestyle hospitality brand that combines heartfelt service, straight forward value and seamless, personalized hotel experience with the track record of innovation and smart disruption that Sir Richard Branson's global Virgin Group has pioneered for over 40 years.

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