The Oasis is one of two towers at the Gold Spike, a 1970s-era casino that now doubles as a romper room for grownups, complete with shuffleboard, four-foot-tall Jenga games and pinball.
The two properties are connected by an outdoor walkway.
One of the rarest amenities in Vegas is the parking at the Oasis.
While in-room amenities include posh modern furniture and televisions embedded in the bathroom mirrors, the hotel's classiest perks are the dedicated team of "Personal Suite Assistants" who play the role of butler and concierge, the private express elevator from the casino floor and Lounge32, an exclusive club that serves light snacks and beverages throughout the day.
As an added bonus, Hotel 32 guests have access to pools at Aria Las Vegas, MGM Grand Hotel & Casino, and Mandalay Bay Resort & Casino.
In 2009, however, owner Kenny Epstein breathed new life into the place, acquiring the former Ogden House motel across Ogden Street and converting it into the boutique-style, 64-room Cabana Suites.
To be clear, the rooms in the newer facility are not all "suites." In many cases they're just larger-than-usual accommodations, complete with large flat-screen televisions, i Home i Pod docking stations and plush modern furniture.
Today all 44 rooms have a hipster vibe, with metal furniture and turntables (there are records in the lobby).
The hotel was built without closets, so rotating armoires now enable guests to stash and hang important items.
The luxury experience begins in the ascetic standalone lobby: Guests check-in at a modest podium and receive keys that automatically control the elevators, obviating the need for button-pushing of any kind.
In the 182 rooms and suites, a special room service menu features matcha green tea waffles and yuzu soba pancakes, which aren't available anywhere else on the property.
Soon to be rebranded as No Mad Las Vegas, this hotel-within-a-hotel originally rose from the ashes of a 2008 fire that gutted the top floors and swankiest rooms at the Monte Carlo Resort & Casino (which will be renamed Park MGM in early 2018).