The New Tropicana Las Vegas
- What's Included
After a $165 million renovation, the New Tropicana Las Vegas is back with a complete rebirth of everything that was old and dated. Pretty much the whole hotel has been renovated and transformed into a lively "new" hotel. The pool area is amazing. What also makes the Tropicana so great is that it often comes up a very competitive prices, meaning you get great value for a great hotel.
Located on the famed "Four Corners" of the Las Vegas Strip and Tropicana Ave, the New Tropicana Las Vegas is one of the last true landmark casino hotels in Las Vegas. Experience the South Beach inspired transformation including a fresh redesign of every room and suite, the casino, restaurants and the legendary four-acre pool complete with swim-up Black Jack table and the popular Nikki Beach Club and Club Nikki. The look and feel of the new Tropicana Las Vegas is vibrant and exciting, filled with the sultry rhythm of a hot Havana night.
Location: Directly on the Strip, next to MGM Grand.
Uncomfortable bed, very bad mattress, poor selection bath products. toilet tissue was very poor quality. Most hallways had very strong deodorizer. requested extra towels, none delivered. no laundry bag available
Check in was a bit slow. Front desk attendant was extremely pleasant and bubbly, but she was making calculations on a piece of paper which was strange. Unfortunately I had booked a room in the club tower which is a 5-10 minute walk through the casino to the far back of the hotel. Thought I had booked a non-smoking room, but was told I didn't and the hotel was full so I couldn't change. (Upon further review of my on-line reservation I can't find the words "non-smoking" anywhere so it was likely my mistake.) In any event, opening that front door and being engulfed in stale cigarette odor was very unpleasant, but again.. probably my bad that I wasn't more diligent when booking. Room amenities were generic at best. Cable TV extremely sub-standard for a strip hotel. Very few channels. Generic soaps and shampoos like you'd find in a motel 6, but they got the job done. One weird thing I noticed immediately is the toilet was only about about 6-8 inches off the ground - very uncomfortable for a tall guy like myself.Dining options are sub-standard as well. They were in the middle of a re-model so it likely was due to that. They have a small casino, bur the variety of machines and table games were adequate for its size.What saved this hotel, in my opinion, was its staff. Almost everybody I came in contact with was pleasant and helpful, so kudos for that. But otherwise I was left mostly unimpressed by this place when compared to other resorts of its size and value on the strip.
Spacious rooms, luxurious bathroom. Swimming pool closes too early, why? While Casino's open all night. Well situated at strip, near airport. Is smoking allowed in Casino? Doesn't have the grandeur of the better known places, but offers value for money.
This place is hit and miss. I've stayed here several times. The rooms are updated and are relatively nice. The biggest issue is the staff. Sometimes they are helpful, others they are rude.I like the craps table here though.
I stayed at the Tropicana on business a couple of weeks ago. I was staying at the property because it was a Hilton property, and with CES in town, I had very few options. I called the Tropicana before I arrived to ensure that I would have a nice stay. The people that I spoke with couldn't care any less, and were very unhelpful. When I did end up checking into the hotel after a very delayed, and long flight...I was told that I was in fact upgraded. When I got to my room , it was very warm and stuffy, so I immediately put on the AC. To my surprise, the AC started blowing heat! I called downstairs to let the, know that my AC wasn't working, and I was told "oh, the bungalows don't have any AC." I was very upset, to say the least - and unfortunately, I do have asthma. I explained to the front desk, that I must be in a room with AC, and I was told "sorry...the hotel is full and we can't help you. Perhaps we can help you tomorrow between 1:00pm and 5:00pm. I explained the I was there for work, so the hours between 1:00PM and 5:00PM don't work for me. The next day, they did move me into a bigger and nicer room...however, it was a smoking room! I had to use 2 cans of Lysol to help clear the air, and keep the windows open. As if my stay wasn't bad enough...on my second day if my stay, I got back to the hotel at 6:15PM, after being out of my room since before 7AM. When I got back, housekeeping was first cleaning my room. I explained to the housekeeper that she was going to have to leave, as I was out all day, and I have to do some work, quickly change, and be really to meet my colleagues in 30 minutes. She refused to leave, and after I kept insisting that she needs to leave...she called security on me! When security got there, I asked them to please remove her from my room, as I'd asked her to leave several times, and she has refused...so, she is not trespassing. Security wouldn't do anything, and within a few minutes I got a call from the manager on duty. The manager told me that he is just concerned with getting my room cleaned...to which I replied "I only wish that was your concern 12 hours ago when I left my room this morning!" The manager on duty, told me that he would have the manager of the hotel contact me the next day. He also said that if I show the housekeeper my ID, she'd leave, and I explained to him that I already offered that, yet she still refused to leave. He had me give her the phone, and finally she left with an obnoxious smirk on her face and said "have a nice night." At that point I had about 10 minutes left to do my work, change, and get out of the hotel.A few other things to note. The manager never contacted me. The hotel described my keys 2 days into my stay, and I had to get new keys, and they never provided me with receipts that I needed for my stay for expense purposes. I had to call the hotel and waste more of my time arguing with them about getting the receipt. Don't stay at this property. The hotel is dirty and smells of smoke. The staff is very nasty, and couldn't be less helpful. It seems like everybody that works here, hates their job and doesn't want to be bothered.
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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
- Items of a personal nature
- 1,658 rooms
- 7 restaurants from the Island Buffet to Pietro's - classical fine continental cuisine or Mizuno Japanese Steakhouse
- Java Java coffee bar & bakery
- 2 lounges with live entertainment
- Tropicana poolside garden oasis - 5 acre waterpark with 3 pools
- 12,000 square ft. Main pool with Swim-up Black-jack tables
- 1,500 square ft. heated indoor pool open all year-round
- Lagoon pool for adults only (seasonal)
- 3 relaxing outdoor spas with 5 ponds, lagoons, and cascading waterfalls
- 60,000 square ft. Casino
- Home of the 'Folies Bergere' revue
- Tropicana Bird Show - free
- Comedy club
- Wedding chapel
- Golf nearby
Standard Rooms include:
- 1 king or 2 queen beds
- Cable TV
- Iron & ironing board
- Full bathroom
- Max occupancy 4 persons
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Resort Location Map
The New Tropicana Las VegasLas Vegas,United States
- Hotel Contacts
- Extra Info
3801 Las Vegas Blvd South, Las Vegas, NV 89109-4325
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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