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.
I called to let them know we were going to be checking in late and they informed us that is not a problem at all. When we were checking in we asked for a odd numbered room (based on reviews we read here) and they did move us and warned us that there was not a view, which we did not care. After arriving to our room, we found that we did have somewhat of a view and a small balcony. I had read that we could ask for a refrigerator and coffee maker on the Tropicana website and if they were available they would be provided. She let us know that they had plenty available and it would bring to our room. Although the front desk gave us very good directions to get to our room, we must have looked a little lost and a security guard stopped and assured us we were going in the right direction. Room was large and clean. We left the room to get something to eat and to gamble for a bit and when we returned we had the refrigerator and a Keurig coffee maker. Overall, it was a great experience and everyone was so friendly.
Had a comped 3 night stay. One positive about Trop is NO resort fee is charged on comped rooms. That is a big reason why I choose Trop. Small problem at check in. Took the semi-long walk to a bungalow room only to find out both keys wouldn't open the door. So I walked back to the front desk, luggage in tow, and decided I wasn't going to wait in line for a 2nd time and went right up to the person at the front desk. She promptly told me next time to get back in line that there are people waiting. I explained that I had already waited in that line and felt I shouldn't have to since they made a mistake. Her reply was that there could be people in line with the same problem as me! Really?! I sure hope not, and if there are.. they shouldnt have to. It took her 15 seconds to give me new keys. Am I wrong here? Ok, after that the rest of the stay was very nice. After finally getting access to my room I called for a fridge. It arrievd in about 15 minutes. Thank you! Had only stayed in the front tower rooms prior to this stay. I was a little disappointed at first that I had to take a long walk to my room this time but soon discovered that being out in the back had it's advantages. First, if you self park the parking lot is a very short walk from your room. Even better, I was on the first floor and could get to my car within 30 seconds of leaving my room. In addition, although the bathroom is dated and kind of small in this room you had a shower stall with a glass door vs the tub/shower combo in the front tower rooms. Also, the shower water pressure seemed to be better. Other than that the room seemed very similar to the front tower rooms I have had in the past. I really didn't care about a view so not having one in these back rooms wasn't a problem. Rooms are showing some wear but nothing to complain about. The casino area is nice, restaurants are good as well. Parking is FREE which is a good thing these days on the Strip, although finding a spot can be difficult in the evening. Despite the problem described earlier the staff here has always been very nice. So, overall a very nice stay at the Tropicana. See you next time!
The revitalized Tropicana is lovely. The restaurants and shopping area is nice, bright and relaxing. I had breakfast at Bacio and it was wonderful. Simply elegant and tasty with excellent service. My room was nice except the air conditioner was noisy with the fan on high. All of the staff has been exceptionally friendly, competent and efficient. The casino is full of all of the most modern machines. HOWEVER if you are a serious Video Poker player as I am - it is a wasteland. About the same pay tables as you would see on a cruise ship. But this is where my company was willing to put me up and I do get Hilton Honors points too. So all in all - its a win.
Got a 3 night invite to stay here, including $$ to play each day. Got there around noon on a Monday... check in was relatively fast and easy. And our room was ready so we dumped our stuff and went to the pool.Rooms... free invited guests generally are housed in the back tower. Since this was completely free, we took the $15 per day upgrade to stay in the front tower where the elevator feeds right into the front of the casino. Loved it! Didn't have to do that 1/4 mile hike to our room.--rooms are average, though Trop says they have been recently updated. Not bad, but nothing fancy.--like others here, our room was not cool like we like it, even after maintenance came and supposedly 'fixed' the a/c. But it wasn't overbearing.FREE! Unlike most other places on the strip, when Trop says 3 free nights, they mean it. We did not have to pay resort fees! A bonus!Wifi worked fine. Pool is nicer than it was 4 years ago. Love their casino for the multitude of different slots and tables. But, order 2 drinks... they take awhile.Food: several choices to eat at including a buffet and poolside service. Did not hit the buffet this time. Poolside was fine, pricey like everyone else, but good food and lots of it. Trop has also opened a new higher end restaurant called Robert Irvine's Public House. I would probably not eat here again... see my review on this.
My first visit to vagas so not sure what to expect or how the Tropicana is against other hotels. Efficient check in ( saw some monster queues ) in other . Room ok a little dated and showing signs of wear but you don't come to vagas for the room. Location ok bottom end of the strip. Pool a little too small though works going on so not all pools open. Rather concerning found out hotel lets local residents use pool for free which was a bit annoying when I saw people struggling to find a sun bed. All in all not bad
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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
- 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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The New Tropicana Las VegasLas Vegas,United States
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3801 Las Vegas Blvd South, Las Vegas, NV 89109-4325
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