We returned to the Sheraton Wild Horse Pass Resort for the first time in 10 years, and we weren't disappointed at all. It has plenty of room for relaxation: around the pools, by the fire pit, at the indoor lounge. The staff is very friendly and attentive, and they were able to accommodate our early arrival.
Activities: The are multiple outdoor pools an hot tubs, a great water slide at one end of the pool area. The resort has two beautiful 18-hole golf courses that play through the desert, and they are very reasonable priced for a resort. There's also an equestrian center that offers riding tours through part of the reservation that houses the resort. The spa has an extensive list of offerings, a fitness center, locker rooms, hot tubs, saunas, etc. There are a couple tennis courts on the property, as well as shuttles to the nearby casino and outlet shopping.
Dining: The resort has multiple dining options, including a fabulous high-end restaurant that uses locally sourced food prepared with an international influence; a more moderate restaurant, and poolside bar/dining. The staff at the poolside and indoor bars do a nice job of making the rounds.
Ambiance: During the day, it very very quiet around the pool, as most of the hotel guests seemed to be attending a conference. But if it does get crowded, you can pay for a day pass and sit by the quiet outdoor pool at the spa. The main bar is busy at night, with sports on TVS around the bar and lounge area. If you want a quiet bar, go to the one inside Kai, the high-end restaurant.