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A good choice for anyone looking for a Strip hotel. The Planet Hollywood used to be the old Aladdin and since taking over they have made some positive changes, including lots of renovations. The price on this hotels is often pretty competitive, which adds even more value to an already impressive hotel. Maybe not as outstanding as some of the 5 star resorts, but still a great choice for a Las Vegas vacation.
Location: In a central location on the Strip, in between the MGM Grand and Paris Las Vegas.
Things I liked: 1) Being able to check in online and picking up keys quickly at kiosks.2) Being able to get a room early (for $20 plus) tax.3) Nice big bathtub - good for bubble bath. Use the body wash - great bubbles.4) The staff was always helpful, pleasant and willing to please.5) The Planet Dailies coffee shop - terrific breakfast potatoes. Big chunks of sourdough toast.6) The casino was well-aired and not drenched in smoke. 7) The conference area had lots of comfortable benches and nooks to sit down and relax, take notes - some people even napped there. 8) The room towers are close to the mezzanine conference area.9) The safe is big enough to hold a 15" laptop10) There is a refrigerator in the room instead of an honor bar. And an iron and ironing board. 11) The hangers can be removed, instead of those annoying things where the top and bottom separate.12) When I needed help to get things fixed or corrected, staff came VERY quickly. Barely had to wait minutes. 13) Lots of places to walk to from within the hotel - very convenient. It's in the center of things.14) The blackout curtains work well. I didn't try any shows or premium restaurants in the hotel. So I cannot comment on that. Things I didn't like:1) My non-smoking room REEKED of cigarette smoke. They couldn't give me a different one. Someone came in to spray it out, with something in a bottle. Didn't help. And the smell got worse as the days went on.2) The poker machines - the worst play I have had anywhere in over 30 years. The coldest machines. I won't ever be playing here again. 3) The Planet Dailies coffee shop. It was convenient and easy - so I went there for breakfast. Most of the food was not very good. The all you can eat pasta - under-cooked pasta and disappointing sauces. The Chicken-Fried steak - freezer burn. The mushroom, onion, Swiss omelet - mushrooms and onions were not sauteed (mushrooms out of the bottle and raw onions). Swiss cheese didn't taste like Swiss. just some bland white stuff. Coffee was OK4) The bathtub was great - but to reach the handle to get more warm water, I practically had to stand up in the tub. Definitely could have been a better design.5) The TV channels, nothing worth watching unless you want sports, reality TV, or paid channels. Not even the usual stuff I can get at home with an antenna. No movie channels or oldies channels or anything. Mostly left it off. 6) The tap water tastes like chlorine7) There is no coffee maker or fixings.8) I had to teach a two-hour class by phone. The phone is next to the bed, none on the desk. So I had to finagle some furniture to set things up near the phone so I could use the phone for two hours without bending over and breaking my back. 8) There are no easy chairs in the room - so to sit back and relax, it's the bed or nothing. 9) The chair at the desk is quite uncomfortable. 10) Only enough closet and drawer space for one (in a 2-bed room)
My friend and I stayed at Planet Hollywood for our trip to vegas. We weren't sure how things were layed out and because our main reason to go was for a concert at the Axis, we figured it would be easiest to stay at the same hotel. The location of Planet Hollywood is actually pretty good. Definitely no complains there. However, once we checked in, our problems started. Upon check in, which was around 6 pm, our room was still not ready. We had paid for a room with a view of the Bellagio fountains. The lady helping us at the check in kiosk said it would be a couple of more hours before our room was ready, or we could switch to a pool view room. Because of reservations we already had, we ended up taking the other room. Once we were in the room, you could tell there was a hip vibe to it. We definitely liked the rooms. However, the sink didn't drain properly. It was gross. My friend forgot her toothbrush so she called the front desk. After waiting for 5 minutes for someone to answer, they told her she would have to go buy one. This had never been issue at any other hotel I have been to, whether luxury or budget hotel. And our main issues came with the fact that the room keys demagnetized so easily. We had to go multiple times to the front desk to get new cards. Never in our lives had we had so many problems with room keys, and we have been to plenty of hotels all around the world. We had to wait for about 20 minutes in line each time to get our keys reset because the front desk kept bumping us for status holder guests. Good things for this hotel were the pools and the concert venue. The pools were great, plenty of room. Two pools, a family friendly one, and an over 21 pool. The concert venue was great, seating for everyone and a convenient stay if you have an event to attend. Overall, the hotel was ok, but the customer service was terrible.
This is a good hotel with a great location. The staff was super nice. They were helpful and up front about everything. The renovated room was great for the week. We were on the 34th floor facing the strip. During the day we could hear the music from the adult pool, but it was not a big deal for us. This hotel has excellent food options for all price points and you must see some of the shows there. The actors and singers are so talented!
Here we are in Las Vegas again to satisfy my fiancé's love for gambling. We do love Vegas that's why we are here a couple times a year. This time we are staying at Planet Hollywood and was interested in staying in their newly renovated rooms. We travel always with our little pup and loved the idea that many properties are pet friendly now. Wanted to upgrade upon check in but the front desk agent said this was the largest room they offered with Petstay at PH. Went up to our room and it was roomy enough, but I preferred more space for my pup to run around. I looked around and the room seems pretty clean at first glance. I have a huge pet peeve for dirty rooms. As I walked around, I noticed dog kibbles scattered on different parts of the bedroom floor. They were probably left by the previous guest that stayed in this room. I started to get worried because my pup is on a strict diet from his vet. This means the housekeeper did not vacuum the room floors which kind of disgusts me. I looked around to pick up any kibbles I could find. Then that night when I was just finished with my shower, I grabbed the towel hanging on the shower door. Halfway into drying myself I noticed there was a dried blood stain on the towel I was just using! Ewww!! I quickly threw the towel down and had to take another shower. That was so gross!!! Then I checked all the other towels and on one of the hand towels, there was a huge blood stain on it also which probably looked only a day or two old. I guess they don't switch out the towels after the previous guests checked out either. I was shocked because I haven't seen anything like this before. I noticed lots of brown stains around the sink also, which I had my fiancé clean for me. As I was lounging on the couch, I noticed my pup chewing on something. I asked my fiancé if he gave him something and he said, "No. Why?" I grabbed my pup and pulled what seems to be a big dog biscuit out of his mouth. He is not suppose to eat anything else except his prescribed dog food. So I got really worried and not sure how much he swallowed. He must have found it on the room floor. I have to say, this hotel does not do a really good job in thoroughly cleaning the rooms after each guest. I had huge doubts on anything else that could possibly be dirty inside this room. This was just ridiculous. Planet Hollywood, you really disappoint me.
Came into town for the WSOP and the RIO was having problems with Legionaiires disease (see newspaper accounts) so I expanded the search to low-priced alternative (saving money for the WSOP). Was a little hesitant after reading the reviews, butty ultra hip room was fantastic. And only $50 (plus ubiquitous resort fee, but everyone has that). Really nicely decorated and had a newness about it that was very modern and nice. Automated checkin too, avoided the line when I was beat. EZ uber rides to the tournament then back to walk the miracle mile mall which also seemed really new and nice. Employees I encountered were also helpful and happy. Will definitely consider for return trip with family when it is less scorchingly hot.
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- 2,567 rooms on a 34 acre property
- 21 World-class restaurants & bars including: Strip House, Koi, Gordon Ramsay BurGR, and Spice Market Buffet
- 2 outdoor pools located six stories above the strip
- 15,000 square ft. full service Spa
- Fitness center
- 100,000 square ft. Casino
- Exclusive European-style 30,000 sq. ft. gaming salon
- Miracle Mile shops with over 170 retail stores
- 7,000 seat Theater of the Performing Arts
- Wedding chapel
- Complimentary valet parking
- Complimentary parking
Hotel Rooms include:
- 1 king or 2 queen beds
- Cable TV with pay-per-view movies
- 2-line phones
- In-room safe (fee)
- High-speed internet access
- Marble bathrooms with shower and private large soaking tub
- Max occupancy 4 persons
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Planet Hollywood Resort & CasinoLas Vegas,United States
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3667 Las Vegas Blvd. S, Las Vegas, NV 89109-4331
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