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LVH Las Vegas Hotel and Casino

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A large selection of dining options, awarding-winning Benihana serves up excellent Japanese cuisine. The Las Vegas Hotel and Casino is a bit out of the way, so it's good for those looking to escape the hustle and bustle of the Strip. Recommended if you don't mind being off the Strip.

Overview
If you want to shop for luxury brands and hit the links at the nearby Las Vegas Country Club Golf Course by day, then cruise the Vegas Strip and take your chances at the casino by night, the Las Vegas Hotel and Casino is the perfect place to have it all! Stay in deluxe rooms with premium amenities; choose from a selection of on-site restaurants and eateries, including the world-famous Benihana; and spend your Las Vegas vacation enjoying all the entertainment, attractions, and 24-hour indulgences Sin City has to offer.
 
Location:  One block off the Strip, adjacent to the Convention Center.

tripadvisor Traveler Reviews
  • ChristopherChristian : Southbridge, Massachusetts
Off strip, but beautiful hotel and casino

Connection to the strip via monorail at hotel. Can be at strip in less than 10 minutes!! Rooms are very nice and spacious! Attentive staff and casino is nice with table games and slots! Room views are nice. Coffee shop in lobby serving Starbucks coffee, buffets, restaurants and up and coming shopping stores on site. On site store for drinks (water, juice, beers...) "Guest service desks" in hotel that cater to giving you deal coupons for stuff practically everywhere. Free self and valet parking!! The picture attached is the room view.

  • Baronent : Los Angeles, California
Elvis has left the building... A long time ago.

As mentioned in some of the other posts, if you park a car here, it is a bit confusing. And it looks like the are putting in some sort of “pay to park” machines. I hope if they plan to charge for parking they remove the ridiculous $30 resort fee scam.This is an older hotel and it for sure can use a serious upgrade. But I do not see that happening anytime soon, and that is probably why you can still get a room here for under $100. Check in was smooth, and we received an upgrade to one of the “upgraded” rooms on the 27th floor thanks to the very helpful front desk person. She was super friendly and happy. I like that. The 27th floor is very high up. I felt a bit nervous being up that high, but I got over it.The room seemed clean, but old. Even with the upgrade. Water dripped from the shower, the sink stopped up, there was rust in places, etc. But overall, everything was more in the old category than dirty category.$30 resort fee and they have bottled water in the room for $4.00 each! Lame.$30 resort fee yet no coffee make in the room! Lame!It seems removing coffee makers from rooms is the new thing to do. I love the reasons we hear from front desk staff. “Oh, they were causing fires so we had them removed”. Or the latest excuse from the Westgate, “People were stealing them or breaking them”. Yeah right. Because people come to Vegas to steal a cheap coffee maker out of the room. That must look great at the airport.The elevators and corridors are totally old school. I felt like I was back in the 60’s. Or maybe 80’s. Hard to tell. Did not use the pool as it was freezing outside. Did not use the gym because I was lazy. And did not use wifi because I am not from out of the country and pay for my own data. So what was the $30 resort fee for? The chance to pay $4 for water in the room and a $7 coffee downstairs I guess.If you are reading this you probably have read other reviews about the timeshare people. So it should not come as a surprise to you when you see them. Make no mistake, this is a timeshare hotel. And the salespeople are everywhere. Like gnats. If you just ignore them, they leave you alone. At first, it may feel like you are being rude to them when they come up to you all smiley and happy asking you about your day, and you just put up a hand in their direction and say “NO!” loudly with a very grumpy face. But trust me, it works. What I really like about this hotel and the nearby SLS is that the Tram station is pretty much right there in the hotel. You can pay less by being off the strip, but the tram takes you wherever you want to be on the strip, in minutes. And if you are local, it is only $1 each way! SCORE!Back in the day, this was the place to go to see Elvis. The King. Now you can see Cameo. That pretty much sums it up, yes?So enjoy the place for its oldness. Honestly, you are not paying Cosmo prices for a room here, so you can't expect a $400 room experience for $100. Now if you paid $400, you got robbed. And if you paid $400, I hope they at least threw in a Cameo show. Word up.

  • gisjac : Los Angeles, California
Offered a Free Trip

Westgate Hotel Resort and Casino had a great ambiance, Check In was simple, 1st room was not yet upgraded, as they are upgrading the entire Hotel, (was Hilton). They have made a great portion of Westgate timeshares. There are a lot of helpful people around. I was given a different room which turned out to very nice . Rooms are large and very clean, no lingering odors, bed comfortable, amenities are average. Had a great stay. Resort sits off the Strip and Casino is just large enough. It has more of a away from home , but on Vacation. Restaurants had great food. I enjoyed this property so much I bought a Timeshare.

  • Aaron B : Scottsdale, Arizona
Enjoyed our stay

We came for a dance recital and we booked the Westgate last minute. We were very happy with our rooms. Spacious, clean, and the hotel is quite large. We enjoyed the restaurants, as well as the casino. This is really a great place for the price.

  • Ninascorner : San Diego, California
I love that this budget hotel has such quick and easy access to the tram

It's not a fancy place but work perfect for me with the family because it's convenience means that I can get around the strip quickly and easily on the monorail. I love that. If you want fancy or upscale then go someplace else but this hotel was great for us.

Vacations packages include round-trip flights, accommodations, round-trip transfers (unless outlined below) to and from the hotel, and tourist cards (if required, unless outlined below).

If selecting an all-inclusive resort option, the package will also include the all-inclusive features as outlined by each resort.

Items not included:

  • Travel insurance (mandatory if traveling to Cuba)
  • Tourist cards ($10USD)if traveling to Dominican Republic with Sunwing Airlines
  • Departure taxes ($20USD) if traveling to Dominican Republic with Sunwing or Signarture Vacations
  • Hotel transfers for packages with WestJet to USA (with exception to Honolulu)
  • Hotel transfers for packages to Europe
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  • 2,941 rooms
  • 8 restaurants ranging from casual to elegant
  • Bars and Lounges
  • Recreation deck with heated pool and spacious whirlpool
  • Lounge chairs and towel service
  • Fitness center
  • Spa
  • Beauty salon/Barber shop
  • Laundry service (fee)
  • Meeting facilities
  • Arcade
  • Casino
  • Gift shops
  • Theater and cabaret
  • 450 seat Nightclub
  • Tennis courts (night-lit)
  • Putting green
  • Golf nearby
  • Parking
  • WiFi (fee)
  • Direct access to the Las Vegas Monorail
Hotel Rooms include:
  • 1 king or 2 queen beds
  • Air-conditioning
  • Plasma TV
  • Iron & ironing board
  • Full bathroom
  • Hairdryer
  • Keurig Coffee maker with gourmet coffee
  • Internet (fee)
  • Max occupancy 4 persons

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  • LVH Las Vegas Hotel and Casino
    Las Vegas,United States

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Westgate Las Vegas Resort & Casino
3000 Paradise Rd, Las Vegas, NV 89109-1287

Some restaurants may be open for certain meals only and limited visits may apply. Reservations required and dress code in effect for a la carte restaurants. Time restrictions may apply for water sports.

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