LVH Las Vegas Hotel and Casino
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We stayed at this hotel as a guest of a friend who is a time share owner at the Westgate. The room we stayed in was nice BUT there was always a cigarette smell in the room that apparently was due to the construction. I will say the bed was THE BEST BED i've ever slept in. It was so comfortable and since this was my first trip since I had a baby, I slept wonderfully! The other cool thing was that the monorail was right outside the hotel which was nice. The only restaurant worth going to unfortunately was Benihana's. It would have been nice if the other restaurants were as good. The fast food places were all closed down and I'm still not sure why which was unfortunate because there were times I just wanted some fries, or something quick.
horrible experience! i have stayed at numerous hotels and i have not been to a hotel is this bad! and i dont know how this hotel still can sustain as a four star hotel. to me it is worse than any inn. let me explain why i said so1. the entire hotel room and hotel is out of date. everything in the room is so outdated. i am not sure how this hotel can survive in las Vegas with this kind of accommodation quality2. the water is not warm enough which made me felt like i was taking a semi cold shower. it is definitely a torture to me bc i believe a nice hot shower at end of day can refresh my body and obviously this hotel cant provide that.3. the faucet sink was dripping and i could not completely shut it off. i called the maintenance person to fix it and when i came back from my trip the person did not completely fix it. that is just waste of water.4. asked to have shower cap and razor and the guest service told me to purchase at the gift shop. i have never been to a hotel where they wont provide complimentary shower cap. i could understand no complimentary razor but shower cap.. seriously? especially after charging a resort fee!!5. warning!! ppl there claimed to offer free show ticket and free breakfast if u attend a timeshare presentation/promotion tour. it stated that it only last 90 mins and no pressure to purchase a timeshare condo. it is a LIE!! we thought it was a group presentation but it turned out to be one person who was talking to us for three hours. and if we didnt cut them off at the end they could go on for four hours. and they definitely want us to put down a downpayment for a timeshare on the day of. i found it to be annoying bc even though we told them that we were short on time and had to be at somewhere at this time, they still kept talking even after exceeding the 90mins. and the salesperson kept asking us questions to make us to say the answers that they want to hear for the entire THREE hours. i felt like i was being interrogated and manipulated. seriously, just stop asking me questions. it was definitely a torture for me and my husband. word of advice if u are not planning to buy a timeshare on the day of the presentation, dont waste your time.i would never want to come back and stay at this hotel ever again. this hotel truly sucks!
The place is an older resort which was formally the Hilton. Its an older facility but they are doing a lot of remodeling to bring it up to part. The location is great if you don't want to be on the strip. The train stops right in front of the facility. The staff was really nice. But if you are attending an event next at the Convention Center its a perfect spot it is walking distance.
My mother and I stayed here for a conference she was attending at the hotel. We arrived late on Thursday night and had a meal at the Sportbook Deli... The ceasar salad wraps were only okay, fries were good. The next day my mom and I were in and out of the room but had our DND sign on the door. We had a security issue with someone coming in our room even though we had the sign on the door. The front desk moved us rooms the next day without any issue (the only reason I'm giving 2 stars instead of 1), so compliments to the front desk for being helpful/courteous, but overall I was simply unimpressed with our experience. The rooms cleanliness was OK, not the best. The "renovated" room we stayed in seemed very half done. New decor, old bathroom, things didn't function properly (lamp, closet door). Very few outlets for charging devices (no outlet on side table lamp). The pool was fine, but the poolside bar/food were closed for the season. Also, the only late night bite to eat was the Sportbook Deli... My mom and I refused to eat there again so had to go back out at night to get food one of the nights. The hotel just looked very run down and I simply wouldn't stay here again unless they make big improvements.
We went to westgate gambling and by chance ended up on a tour of elvis presleys suite WOW unbelieveable if you are going to Vegas check it out .very friendly people and our tour guide was amazing bewear of time shares at thiz hotel is only thing bad as they are all over you when you go in main lobby but overall good experience.
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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
- Beauty salon/Barber shop
- Laundry service (fee)
- Meeting facilities
- Gift shops
- Theater and cabaret
- 450 seat Nightclub
- Tennis courts (night-lit)
- Putting green
- Golf nearby
- WiFi (fee)
- Direct access to the Las Vegas Monorail
- 1 king or 2 queen beds
- Plasma TV
- Iron & ironing board
- Full bathroom
- Keurig Coffee maker with gourmet coffee
- Internet (fee)
- Max occupancy 4 persons
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LVH Las Vegas Hotel and CasinoLas Vegas,United States
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3000 Paradise Rd, Las Vegas, NV 89109-1287
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