Travelers can spend days or weeks on The Strip at this 479-room complex that has another 199 rooms slated for completion by year’s end. Studio and one-bedroom suites are designed for business travelers and families alike. Decorated in Southwest pastels, Berber carpet and light wood, each suite has sliding doors that open to a private balcony. All units have refrigerators, and the one-bedroom flats have full kitchens, complete with all the cooking and dining utensils. Video players, full stereos, closet safes and computer dataports are in all rooms. A pool and spa are on the roof; a fitness center, steam room, and salon, with masseurs and hair stylists, are on the ground floor. Though the Polo Towers doesn’t have its own restaurant, the Polo Plaza out front houses a Marie Callendar’s and a Starbucks. Business meetings can be accommodated in four convention rooms, ranging from 700 to 2,000 square feet. The front desk provides fax and copy service and can even produce transparencies for overhead projectors. When you’re all done for the day, try the 19th-floor bar for a cool drink and a great view. It’s open 24 hours.