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PH ToWERS by westgate F donna ray 76 august 2010 onsite review january 2010 For your clients who scoff at the notion that Las Vegas is a 3-night max destination where accommodations are designed essentially for sleeping, the new PH Towers by Westgate has laid out a welcome mat that’s right up their alley. With its all-suite, non-gaming scheme, folks are finding this newbie as a relaxing retreat from all the glamour, glitz and gaming that tends to define Las Vegas. Diving onto the scene in January—and no doubt being overshadowed by CityCenter’s simultaneous splash just across Las Vegas Boulevard—the gleaming 52-story glass tower has tacked 1,200 units into Vegas’ burgeoning inventory. Integrated into the massive one- square-block Planet Hollywood Casino complex, the Harrah’s Entertainment-managed property has earmarked 80 percent of its inventory as traditional hotel rooms and vacation homes. According to Marilyn Winn, president of Paris, Bally’s and Planet Hollywood for Harrah’s Entertainment, PH Towers is making its own distinctive statement in this star-studded neighborhood. “Any client who appreciates an upscale look, complete kitchen, great pool and fabulous location will love this property,” she says. “It’s centrally located at the new epicenter of the Las Vegas Strip. Plus it’s brand new.” Rolling up on a Friday afternoon, we entered PH Towers at its private

Table of Contents for the Digital Edition of Recommend August 2010

Editor's Notes/Agent Speak
Hotel Desk
Tour Talk
Uniworld's River Royale
Discover flanders
Five-Star Taiwan
Karisma Sweetens the Pot
Barcelo Los Cabos Palace Deluxe
Playa Grande Resort & Grand Spa
Central America Calling...
Garza  Blanca Preserve, Resort & Spa
Israel With Goway Travel
Puerto Rico: A community Experience
Hyatt Regency Curacao Golf Resort, Spa and Marina
The Bahamas: Players' Paradise
Orlando World Center Marriott Resort
All-American St. Louis
PH Towers by Westgate, Las Vegas

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