The New Tropicana Las Vegas
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After a $165 million renovation, the New Tropicana Las Vegas is back with a complete rebirth of everything that was old and dated. Pretty much the whole hotel has been renovated and transformed into a lively "new" hotel. The pool area is amazing. What also makes the Tropicana so great is that it often comes up a very competitive prices, meaning you get great value for a great hotel.
Located on the famed "Four Corners" of the Las Vegas Strip and Tropicana Ave, the New Tropicana Las Vegas is one of the last true landmark casino hotels in Las Vegas. Experience the South Beach inspired transformation including a fresh redesign of every room and suite, the casino, restaurants and the legendary four-acre pool complete with swim-up Black Jack table and the popular Nikki Beach Club and Club Nikki. The look and feel of the new Tropicana Las Vegas is vibrant and exciting, filled with the sultry rhythm of a hot Havana night.
Location: Directly on the Strip, next to MGM Grand.
It is a big hotel with more than 1000 rooms, a little bit impersonal. But it has free parking, although had to pay ~30$ resort fee above the room price. Unfortunatelly we had problems with check in, because the front desk lady didn't find our reservation, only our cancelled earlier one. We did it through a third party, and had to change because we didn't want smoking room, but prepaid everything. Finally we got a room, and I had to call the third party agent, to help. He called the reservation of Tropicana, resent the confirmation e-mail, so finally everything was ok, but we lost nearly one and a half hour with this, and next day at noon time we had to go back to the hotel again to confirm our second night and change our room, so it cut half our day... Furthermore the hotel charged me with the cost of one night, but after some e-mail we got a refund.Otherwise the rooms were great and clean, good sight to the city. The front desk was helpful to solve our problem.The water of the open air pool was very very cold. The hotel is at the beginning of the Strip, so the Belaggio is at minimum 20 minutes walk, but there is a local train (Monorail) at MGM, but not easy to find the station.
I would say that the rooms are a little dated and average type rooms. There wasn't a fridge in my room which I was hoping there would be. When I arrived they were painting the walls and doing other maintenance work in the hallway. I wasn't too impressed with their on-site restaurant (Robert Irvine's) as the food seemed overpriced and not my tastes in food but they do have a great selection of beer. The other restaurants seemed to be the basic restaurants and you would find better restaurants on the strip nearby. I stayed in the club tower and didn't have any complaints about my room or anything about my stay. It's an okay place to stay but could be better. The location is great for shopping, food, and entertainment since there are plenty options on the strip. The walls seemed paper thin but there wasn't the constant noise of traffic since the road where by my room didn't have much traffic on it. I would consider booking a room at the Tropicana again.
Yet again, for the 7th time, Las Vegas and most importantly #TropLV (Tropicana) was my home from home hotel of choice!Love the relaxed feel, value for money, comfortable, clean and bright rooms and character!This hotel has #lifeUntil next time....
We spent two nights here during an extended tour of the "Golden West" - after seeing all of the wonderful natural sights of the Grand Canyon, Bryce and Yosemite we were perhaps a little apprehensive about Las Vegas but after our stay appreciated the city for what it is and with a positive perspective on its development. Our stay in the Tropicana was very enjoyable though to be honest we didn't spend too much time in our spacious, clean and comfortable room which had a view towards the International Airport. We were positioned in the Club Tower on floor 5.We are not used to 'casino culture' so it was quite a surprise to be walking through the hundreds if not thousands of gaming machines as we made our way to our accommodation - normal in Las Vegas we now understand. The hotel felt huge and on a couple of occasions we did have to seriously think about which route to take to get to the North entrance where our transportation me us - it's easy to get lost ! The hotel has cafes, restaurants and a new pub style eatery but these in our view do come at the high level of cost you might be expected to pay in a hotel of this standard. We saw the relaxation area by the swimming pool and this looked enticing and not too crowded but alas our stay was brief and we had sights to see. The hotel scores well here as it is well positioned almost at the southern most end of "the strip" so it is good for walking to the start and heading north as far as The Venetian then coming back up the other side of the road - a good walk but you get to see all of the most significant sights of the strip and the hotels bordering onto it. As you might expect there are plenty of pit stops for breakfast, coffee, lunch or just a light snack to keep you going all day.We liked the Tropicana - it's more functional compared to the more elaborate hotels to be found in Las Vegas but certainly providing all the facilities that you need including a small "essentials" shop where you can buy snacks and drinks (inc. beer / wine) to partake in your room if you are on a budget or simply want to relax. The TV in our room was huge but didn't have many "English" channels other than the American News channels but this wasn't a problem for us as we were out and about exploring for the most part.
A large decent hotel located on the strip. Great casino as does most hotels have in Vegas. Located on the southern side of the strip close to New York New York and the Excalibur. Recommend for family’s and couples.
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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
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