Aston Hotels & Resorts to Manage MonteLago Village Resort in Lake Las Vegas, Nevada
HONOLULU, HI (April 20, 2010) — Aston Hotels & Resorts announced today the addition of MonteLago Village Resort in Lake Las Vegas, Nev., expanding its portfolio to more than 27 hotels and condominium resorts, including: 25 Hawaii hotels and condominium resorts, Aston Lakeland Village in South Lake Tahoe, Calif., and Aston Hotels & Resorts Sun Valley, a collection of properties in Sun Valley, Idaho.
"The MonteLago Village Resort offers the perfect mix of deluxe accommodations on a spectacular lakefront setting near the action of Las Vegas, yet a relaxed departure from the hustle and bustle of the Strip," said Kelvin Bloom, president, Aston Hotels & Resorts. "This uniquely themed resort offers a total vacation experience," continued Bloom, "With its Mediterranean-style setting and diverse activities, MonteLago Village Resort is an excellent addition to our collection of condominium resorts and hotels."
Whether you wish to relax at the spa, play a round of golf, take a romantic getaway or go on an adventure with the family, the renamed Aston MonteLago Village Resort offers it all. Located in Henderson on the south shore of Lake Las Vegas, approximately 17 miles east of the Strip and 25 minutes from McCarran International Airport, Lake Las Vegas offers shopping and dining, and surrounds a 320-acre private lake situated adjacent to Lake Mead National Recreation Area.
Accommodations include well-appointed studio, one-, two-, and three-bedroom full-service condominiums. Each suite offers a private patio and a kitchen stocked with a full array of cooking utensils and appliances.
Additional amenities include three pools, two spas, two fitness rooms, a game room, and business services. The resort also features a combined 13,000 sq. ft. of space for meetings and group functions, making Aston MonteLago Village Resort an ideal location for meetings, conferences, incentive trips, corporate retreats, reunions and weddings.
The lakefront resort area is comprised of three distinct neighborhoods, Via Brianza, Via Bel Canto and Costa di Lago, which invite guests to explore the twists and turns of the cobblestone streets, which are dotted with nine restaurants and eateries and 14 shops. Via Brianza offers a stylish stroll through specialty boutiques and world-class merchandise. Via Bel Canto is home to merchants who proudly display their wares with colorful awnings and handcrafted signs. Costa di Lago is a lively harbor and port area that features casual waterfront dining, a fun-filled market and hosts special events making it a vibrant spot both day and night.
A sampling of the resort's adventures and special events include: golf on two area signature courses; gondola rides on Lake Las Vegas; boating; fly fishing; winter ice skating; as well as seasonal concerts, fine arts festivals, wine walks, and movies al fresco.
About Lake Las Vegas
Las Vegas is famous throughout the world as a desert oasis for gambling and world-class entertainment, and Lake Las Vegas is a quiet departure from the Strip. Some of the largest trade shows, meetings, conferences and conventions are held in the area, attracting millions of visitors each year.
In addition, a variety of recreational activities are nearby, including: skydiving, river rafting, helicopter tours over the Hoover Dam and the Grand Canyon, Hummer tours, hiking, mountain biking, kayaking, sailing, jet-ski rides, water skiing, ATV rides, and sightseeing. The desert terrain is home to Lake Mead, Red Rock Canyon, and the Valley of Fire, all of which feature historical and geological phenomena found nowhere else. In contrast, Mt. Charleston rises 11,918 feet above the desert floor, offering a cooler venue for winter sports enthusiasts.Return to Main 2010 Aston Press Releases Page