The New Tropicana Las Vegas

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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.

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  • boonie2 : wadsworth OH
In all, very good..........

Hotel staff-all-very helpful & outgoing. Casino & hotel very good but the choice for dining leaves much to be desired. Unless you are in "buffet" mode- fast food or limited deli are the only options. Would I stay, again? yes.

  • K K : Las Vegas, Nevada
Tropicana Hotel is returning to its former Glory: BEST POOL IN TOWN

Most people don't know that the MGM sits on the old TROPICANA GOLF COURSE LAND. The Tropicana was a Crown Jewel in the past and so it seemed, not kept up with its neighbors. I was so pleased to see that they have gone in and Marbled out the floors and done cosmetic adjustments you would only see at Bellagio or Mandarin Oriental. The Tropicana POOL is still the BEST in town. They have not clubbed it out, they have kept it resort like with misters and adequate seating and pool access for every guest. The Bungalos are very nice and adequate FREE PARKING...WHICH I AM GOING TO KEEP PUTTING ON MY REVIEWS. ANYWAYS...GO can check out the pool, front desk...lounge area and we ate at the STEAK HOUSE... They are opening a Robert Irvine restaurant there soon, its all blocked off but it looks really cool......and don't forget FREE PARKING

  • Indytravs :
How in the world does this place have 4 stars?

I am not sure I have been anywhere in Vegas where the staff seen this, genuinely annoyed to be bothered by guests. Simply checking in felt like I was asking for the world. The bathrooms downstairs are gross, and the food has been poor so far. My colleague is a Hilton guy and booked this. I saw the price and figured it would be a possible low key option for our company in the future, for quick trips....but that won't be happening.

  • AdamRGregg : Nottingham, United Kingdom
Darts in Vegas

We ended up at the Tropicana as part of a package to see the World Series of Darts and the hotel was ideal for what we needed. We upgraded to a suite upon check in as it was sold to us with many benefits including which we both remember her saying a Bath (apparently these aren't in any of their rooms) so as we walked through the beautiful (decor in character with the theme) suite we were both a little shocked that there wasn't a bath. We chose not to let this spoil anything as Vegas has enough to offer and a bath would have just been a fab luxury. We mentioned this at check out not to cause a fuss just to let them know that miscommunication can cause disappointment. Any way the hotel was immaculate everywhere you go, the bar staff, casino staff, pool staff and cleaning staff were all absolutely fabulous and I don't think we found a grumpy member of staff which made the stay joyous. We did say if we were to come back next year for the darts we would look elsewhere just because we visited lots of the other hotels and casinos and some just appeared a little more to our taste. As stated though that's not to be negative towards the Tropicana at all.

  • william h : Troon, United Kingdom
Definitely worth a revisit

Checked in with ease on 02.07 for eleven nights. Our room was located in the club tower on the 15th floor with a view of the airport. Our room was spacious, clean, comfortable bed with housekeepers in cleaning and replenishing daily. The hotel is perfectly located at the bottom of the strip within walking distance of everything. Simply cross one walkway and you're on the strip. You have a shop located next to the main entrance with a nice variety of items. There are a few of options for food within the hotel, you can 'wine and dine' or stay casual and get some pizza from the sit down/ takeaway place near the cashier. There is the option to eat by the pool which is nice, some hotels don't allow eating by the pool so it's nice to purchase food and stay in your location. The pool is well kept, clean, tidy and inviting, numerous lifeguards always on rotation, plenty of beds, a bar, toilets located close by, water dispenser close by and two large operating jacuzzis. There was work being carried out when we were using the pool so it's obvious that the hotels improving always (didn't make noise or effect our experience at all). Also 'swim up' blackjack which is a very good idea. The pools open from 10am until 7pm which allows you the morning to explore or do activities then head back for a chill out. The hotel was busy however we never struggled for a lounger throughout the stay. Gym and spa available but I work in them back home therefore I stayed away, the bar was more appealing. Obviously the casino talks for itself, all staff inviting and a nice variety of gambling within the hotel. With our package through Virgin we didn't have the 'resort fee' to pay. Always read your terms and conditions as you'll most likely be charged a resort fee (between $15 and $30 per room per night). There are taxis always parked outside the hotel ready to take you to your destination. Some days we bought a bus pass ($8 for 24 hours) and jumped on the Deuce bus. The buses are convenient as they run every 15 minutes and it's nice to jump on and off especially in the heat. I found that the strip was dead in the morning between 6am and 9am so if you need to pick anything up or walk a distance do it early on. Be careful of the people dressed up asking for photos as they'll demand money afterwards- I learnt my lesson with batman but I suppose that's how they make money... We went downtown to the original part which was nice. Bands playing music and lots to do; drink, gamble, zip line, souvenir shops (half the price of the strip)I'd definitely suggest heading to the Grand Canyon for a day. We chose the bus tour which was £135pp. Picked us up from the Tropicana at 6.10am and dropped us at 9pm. Breakfast and lunch at a ranch were included. Wifi and movies on the bus, 2.5 hours at the canyon and commentary on route. The helicopter is much more expensive and less time at the canyon but I'd maybe do that next time to save time.There are literally hundreds of things to do in Vegas. You can go here and not bet a dime, but where's the fun in that? Below are a few of our things we done and prices...New York New York rollercoaster $15Canyon $135 ppHigh roller $38 at nighttimeZip line downtown $25Virtual rollercoaster $15Helicopter tour of the strip nighttime $100ppShooting guns at the gun garage. $30 for one gun or you can spend as much as you like... We tried to do one activity per day and have a chill out before dinner time. Be careful of taxi drivers trying to take you away from the strip. They'll tell you it's quicker. It they're only trying to run up the meter unfortunately. Also be careful of people selling you show tickets, nightclub entries and other things on the street. Some people just looked like the were ripping people off. Stick to the big red boxes. Overall I'd revisit this hotel. Friendly staff, clean and inviting facilities, comfortable room, due to the hotel being at the bottom of the strip it's not to busy which is nice, reasonable priced.

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  • 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
  • Spa
  • 60,000 square ft. Casino
  • Shopping
  • 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
  • Air-conditioning
  • Cable TV
  • WiFi
  • Refrigerator
  • Iron & ironing board
  • Full bathroom
  • Hairdryer
  • Max occupancy 4 persons

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  • The New Tropicana Las Vegas
    Las Vegas,United States

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Tropicana Las Vegas - A DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel
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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