Resorts World Las Vegas is proud to be LEED Gold Certified, positioning us among the best energy-efficient facilities on the globe. Our entire team is committed to positive environmental impacts throughout all our operations—and we bring that same eco-conscious passion to your gathering. Across seven million square feet of the resort, expect exceptional accommodations, service, and experiences, while improving the planet.


To achieve LEED Gold Certification, Resorts World was designed from the ground up, and inside-out, following stringent benchmarks in the green building sector. During construction, more than 80% of waste and debris, by weight, was diverted from landfills. Resorts World has reduced energy use and water consumption by more than 30%, based on existing industry standards. Our on-property co-generation facility operates at higher efficiency, which lowers environmental impacts. Our efforts have given Resorts World rarefied status as one of only seven LEED Gold buildings in Nevada’s hospitality sector.


Resorts World Las Vegas is the first and only property on the Las Vegas Strip to be certified by the Global Biorisk Advisory Council (GBAC). GBAC is the gold standard of safe facilities, providing third-party validation that ensures facilities implement strict protocols for facility cleaning. The GBAC council is comprised of global experts and leaders in public health and safety. It comprises 20 program elements (e.g., planning, goals, procurement, training). The current list of accredited facilities includes airports, stadiums, convention centers, schools, hotels, and spas.


Through our partnership with Hilton, we are proud to participate in the Hilton CleanStay program to provide our guests complete peace of mind. RB—maker of trusted home and industrial cleaning brands Lysol and Dettol—brings over 200 years of cutting-edge science and research in human health products to the Hilton CleanStay program. From the Hilton CleanStay Room Seal, to focused disinfection of high-touch areas in the guest room, we are committed to providing guests with a clean, comfortable space.

HILTON EventReady

Designed to create event experiences that are clean, flexible, safe, and socially responsible, Hilton  EventReady with CleanStay provides curated solutions for every step of the event planning process. Resorts World Las Vegas will use EventReady procedures to ensure all guests have a safe, seamless meeting and event experience.


No expense has been spared in the development our beautiful resort—even when it comes to enhancing its energy- and water-saving capabilities. Resorts World Las Vegas utilizes a patented indoor air monitoring system to continuously  optimize ventilation rates to improve indoor air quality and reduce energy usage. And, in pursuit of a comprehensive water management program, the safety and efficiency of potable and utility water systems are managed in an on-going, dynamic manner.


  • Resorts World Las Vegas is proud to partner with Global Plasma Solutions (GPS), the leader in indoor air.
  • Quality, to provide cleaner, safer air. Using patented needlepoint bipolar ionization technology, GPS’s.
  • Revolutionary air cleaning system integrates directly into the resort’s ventilation system to improve air quality.


In addition to highly efficient venues, we can:

  • Tailor events to your group’s interest (e.g., emphasis on local or healthy foods, plastic-free events).
  • Produce an environmental impact statement from any hosted event.
  • Assist you in supporting the Las Vegas community through our partnerships with various food donation programs.
  • Clean the World collaborations, and other local non-profit organizations.


As part of another sustainability efficiency initiative, our team separates all food waste before it is sent to local farms where it is converted to animal feed. It’s through various practices and initiatives like these that Resorts World Las Vegas encourages sustainability—and creates local market demand for products and services resulting in the reduction of toxic materials, waste generation, greenhouse gas emissions, and water and energy consumption.