My family has stayed her several times now and it incredible as always. Marilyn's cafe has great food and the daily specials are not just good food but almost too much. A meal can be easily split between 2 people.
The rooms are very large and comfortable, we stayed with our children so my wife and I shared one of the beds. It was a bit tight but no big deal.
The pool complex is something else. The kids had a great time swimming and the pool side service is very nice.
All and all, this is our favorite hotel to stay at in Las Vegas
Richard from California
Set on 27 acres of lawns and winding paths, this all-suite resort is 3 blocks from the glitz of the Strip and less than 2 …More
Good price, close to the strip, the only drawback is the driveway location. Easy to miss and always having to make a u turn. I am not a big fan of valet parking, it was free but I still prefer to park my own car.
terry from chicago,il
This non-gaming and non-smoking all-suite Vegas resort presents a relaxing atmosphere with views of the Strip and mountains …More
Great place to stay in Vegas! We got upgraded to the paradise tower right away, room was very clean and the bed was crazy comfortable. My only complaint is that they charge hotel guests to go to Rehab, and then close it during the week. We ate at several of the restaurants and they were all great, my favorite being culinary drop out!!
Tiffany from Redmond, Oregon
The Hard Rock, which contains a 5-acre water playground popular with the young and the hip, is within 2 miles of the Las …More
Amazing stay. staying here and will return again. Great rooms, great service, nice clean casino and great restaurants. and it was fantastic. You pay for what you get, and if your willing it will be amazing.
juan from m
Located near the southern end of the Las Vegas Strip, this casual hotel is close to the Las Vegas Convention Center, the …More
Excellent hotel, really large room with all mod cons. Small kitchenette but had just enough to make it comfortable. Very nice appointments, many high speed lifts so no waiting even when we were on 30th floor. We overlooked the airport- who would have known how much fun it was to watch planes take off and land, noise was minimal. Vegas is flat but surrounded by amazing mountains in all directions. Great concierge and taxi services available. Monorail at MGM or deuce bus can get you up and down the strip. Or you can walk- which we like to do so it suited us, but the crowds can be difficult at times.
Amanda from Sydney Australia
Located in Paradise, this hotel is within 2 mi (3 km) of Crystals at City Center, University of Nevada-Las Vegas, and Thomas …More
i was staying at the luxor and the reservation was messed up so we were short a night. Chose fortune for the last nigh . Wish i would have had the fortune the whole time. Cleaner, more comfy than the luxor and the location is great. The staff is awesome.
Cathy from c
Located in Hughes Center, this hotel is within 1 mi (2 km) of National Atomic Testing Museum and University of Nevada-Las …More
I stayed at the Westgate for an annual conference and was very pleased with my room. It was clean, comfortable and came with a great view of the Las Vegas strip and mountains. My WiFi connection was reliable and fast. The hotel is currently under construction, but it didn't interfere with the conference seminars or having a great trip.
Angie from Iowa
Steps away the Las Vegas Convention Center, this resort is a 10-minute drive from McCarran International Airport. The Las …More
This area has more lodging variety than The Strip. East of the Strip features both gaming and non-gaming properties that range from budget to luxury accommodations. Key attractions here include the Las Vegas Convention Center, the University of Nevada, Las Vegas, the McCarran International Airport, several office parks, and the Restaurant Row along Flamingo and Paradise roads.