Couples headed to Las Vegas have a new option of where to stay, beyond the big-box Vegas hotels.
The Siegel Group, in collaboration with award-winning Las Vegas based interior design firm Tandem, recently opened RUMOR, a two-story, 150-suite property, featuring a combination of compelling elements: hot location, cool pool, zero attitude, modern rooms and unexpected amenities all in a unique boutique hotel setting.
Formerly the St. Tropez Hotel, RUMOR is located just off Paradise Road near the Hard Rock Cafe. It’s only a few blocks from the Vegas Strip, but miles away in concept. “I felt it was time to completely change the Las Vegas paradigm,” explains Stephen Siegel, founder and CEO of the Siegel Group. The result is a intimate where to buy proscar property which evokes the stylish feel of a Las Vegas-meets-Palm Springs hotel with a Los Angeles feel. Siegel describes the Rumor vibe as “sexy yet unpretentious, glamorous and accessible, eclectic with a relaxing and inviting ambiance.”
Amenities include the property’s restaurant, Addiction, incorporating classic dishes with a modern flair and offering both indoor and outdoor seating, as well as a signature pool oasis, wet deck and lawn framed by mature palm trees. Many suites feature oversized tubs that are surrounded by mirrors and come complete with scented bubble bath for private late night pleasures.
RUMOR is part of The Siegel Group’s Boutique Chic Retreats collection. Sister properties include Artisan; The Resort on Mount Charleston; Gold Spike and Oasis at Gold Spike.