Desert Rose Resort Named Official Tourist Capital of Las Vegas, Nevada

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Shell Vacations Hospitality’s Desert Rose Resort Celebrates Being Named Tourist Capital of Las Vegas with Low Rates and a Special Incentive for Tourists

Tourists now have an official home away from home in Las Vegas; tube socks, oversized cameras and fanny packs encouraged. Shell Vacations Hospitality, the leader in family-friendly one-of-a-kind resorts throughout North America, today announces that it has been honored as the Tourist Capital of Las Vegas. And, to celebrate the accolade, Desert Rose Resort is offering an “Ultimate Tourist Special,” an exclusive offer starting from as low $29 per night on weekdays and $39 per night on weekends if they submit photos or videos of themselves dressed in “tourist gear.”

April 1st marks a significant milestone for tourists who have been searching for the perfect resort destination in the heart of Las Vegas. With so many newly opened hotels and resorts along the strip from trendy to elegant, options are limited for tourists who want to feel at home. Since being named the “Official Tourist Capital of Las Vegas,” the Desert Rose Resort is now headquarters for travelers who want to wear black socks with sandals at the pool, wear sunscreen on their nose at all times and be proud wearing loud flower print shirts.

In celebration of this major milestone, Desert Rose Resort is also introducing new ways for tourists to fully immerse themselves in the hotel’s culture before, during and after their stay. Visit their specially designed website for tourists at Here visitors can find tourist video testimonials, the “Ten Tourist Commandments and more. Plus, the site will share more about redeeming the “Ultimate Tourist Special,” an exclusive offer for fans who submit their favorite photo or video of themselves following any of the “Ten Tourist Commandments” via Facebook or Twitter. The special offers rates as low as $29 per night on weekdays and $39 per night on weekends. One lucky winner will be awarded the coveted “Ambassador of the Tourist Capital of Las Vegas” based on his/her photo or video submission.

“Las Vegas has always been home to a wide variety of hotel options – from swanky and chic hotels to those themed for pirate, circus and castle enthusiasts. Now, Desert Rose Resort offers a destination for the long-ignored tourist population,” said Karen Johnson, vice president of sales and marketing for Shell Vacations Hospitality. “Finally tourists can feel at home wearing their favorite flower print shirt, black socks under sandals and fanny packs. We welcome all tourists, in fact, last week, a cute couple from Europe walked in here lost and confused, carrying a large map trying to find their hotel on the strip. Luckily they stumbled into the right place because they felt instantly welcomed. After talking to our helpful front desk staff, they decided to book their stay with us instead. We’re like a tourist magnet, literally!”

Submissions will be accepted through Wednesday, April 13, 2011, and travel will be valid through February 28, 2012. Blackout dates and restrictions apply. Complete details about this offer can be found on the tourist home page at

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About Shell Vacations Hospitality:
Shell Vacations Hospitality offers a collection of 25 resorts, hotels and lodges ideal for family vacations, romantic getaways, retreats, reunions and business trips. Visitors may stay at hotels and resorts in popular destinations in the U.S., Mexico and Canada from San Francisco to Whistler. Shell Vacations Hospitality is a subsidiary of Shell Vacations LLC, a premier developer of upscale vacation ownership resorts. For more information, please visit


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