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Dining at Ravella Las Vegas

Unlike some hotels in Las Vegas, dining is not one of the key selling points of Ravella Las Vegas. Don’t expect to find any celebrity chefs here. But if you’re simply looking for something to eat without the hype and crowds, Ravella delivers.

Firenze Lobby Lounge

Open daily from 6:00 a.m.-1:00 a.m., the Firenze Lobby Lounge is a casual space that serves as more than just a dining area. This meeting space, located near the reception area, has tables and couches that invite guests to relax and chat with a cup of coffee, a glass of wine, tapas or a dessert.

Poolside Cafe and Terrace

During the summer months, Ravella’s Poolside Cafe and Terrace is open for business. Guests relaxing at the pool or in one of the cabanas are able to order refreshing beverages, wraps, seafood and salads, which they can enjoy poolside.

Medici Cafe and Terrace

Currently only available to Ravella guests attending a conference or meeting, the Medici Cafe and Terrace offers a market dining concept in a business casual atmosphere. Menu options range from salads and sandwiches to full-course meals, all prepared in an exhibition kitchen. Event planners manage the details regarding what will be served at the cafe.

Restaurants in The Village Lake Las Vegas

There are a number of restaurants at The Village Lake Las Vegas, and Ravella guests are welcome to dine at them all. Options range from fresh seafood and casual pizzas, and all restaurants are within a short walking distance of the resort. Though the restaurants at The Village are historically not all that busy, Ravella guests enjoy preferred reservations; guests can also charge their meals to their rooms.

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