Sunset Station Hotel & Casino

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1301 W Sunset Rd, Henderson, NV
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This suburban Las Vegas hotel occupies 100 acres in Henderson, across from the Galleria Mall; the Strip and airport are less than 8 miles away. read more
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I stayed at Sunset Station Christmas Eve after attending a party. I live in Las Vegas and wanted a convenient place, so I wouldn't have to chance driving across town impaired. The property is well kept, but the room left much to be desired. The small room was clean, but the bed was very uncomfortable given the plastic liner between mattress and sheet. It felt like a crib bed, with crinkles and noise associated with the plastic. The hard rubber pillows were completely uncomfortable and useless. Also, anytime the people used the toilet in the room above, I could hear EVERY sound...use your imagination if you will. The last issue is the insistence of charging a $15 'resort fee' above the cost of the room. I asked the front desk clerk to explain the reason for this 'fee' and what 'resort' amenities it might cover. Since the pool area is closed in December and the property doesn't have spa facilities, I was unable to understand why I was being charged this extra fee. Unfortunately, the clerk was also unable to explain this to me, other than saying it covers cost of parking. It is my recommendation for anyone to reconsider staying Sunset Station. There are many other casino resorts in the area, most more comfortable that have done away with the arbitrary 'resort fee'.
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Dec 27th, 2007
Westin Lake Las Vegas

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101 Montelago Blvd, Henderson, NV
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Rising nine stories above the shores of Lake Las Vegas, Westin Lake Las Vegas in Henderson, Nev. is two miles from Lake Mead Recreational Area and 17 miles from the electric pulse of the Las Vegas Strip. read more
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This is not the best resort we stayed at. If you are planning on spending most of your time on the Vegas strip, I would recommend not to stay here because this place is about 20 miles away from the strip (and takes half hour each way). Plus, it kinda feels remote to the city in the sense, you are pretty much isolated (I guess, that's what a resort is meant to be) from the main land and hence you don't have too many options for dining, etc. All the restaurants within the resort are fairly expensive. One positive aspect is that the Montelago village (an artificial Italian village), which is in the resort area has nice little shops, restaurants, etc. It's nice to hang out there by the retention pond. I am not terribly impressed by the reception desk. They weren't very welcoming. Plus, the room we got was the "resort view" room, which has the view to the front of the hotel, which is not very impressive. The room had a 42" LCD flat panel TV, but no HD signal, which makes the picture slightly worse than normal CRT TV. On the whole, it's an OK resort. If you are going to Vegas primarily to spend time on the strip, I wouldn't recommend staying here. There are better hotels for the money if you book your travel fairly well in advance.
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Nov 6th, 2003
Fiesta Henderson Hotel and Casino

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777 W Lake Mead Parkway, Henderson, NV
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This Las Vegas-area hotel and casino is in the city of Henderson, near the Galleria Mall, 8 miles from the airport and 11 miles from both the bustle of the Strip and the Las Vegas Convention Center; Lake Mead is 15 miles away. read more
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The rooms are rough around the edges. The A/C units are excessively loud as some others had mentioned. The only thing going for this place is it is fairly cheap. Read the fine print because there is an extra $11.49 resort fee added per day for your stay. I think I missed the resort. There is a small, not real nice pool. No breakfast options. Consider this choice carefully. We are happy with budget travel motels but we won't be back here unless they do a complete remodel.
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Sep 19th, 2007
Green Valley Ranch Resort and Spa

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2300 Paseo Verde Pkwy, Henderson, NV
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With a European spa and elegant casino, this Mediterranean-inspired resort sits on 8 manicured acres, 8 miles from the bustle of the Las Vegas Strip. read more
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This is a true 5-star hotel or resort. If you don't mind being away from the vegas crazy strip, This is the place to be. Top notch service, Nice, clean rooms with great bathrooms. Very nice decor within the hotel. My next visit to Las Vegas will be there, without a doubt, a great resort without paying the super high prices of the strip resorts. The pool area looks like a Cancun beach resort. Get away from the strip, and have some real fun.
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Dec 27th, 2004
Ravella at Lake Las Vegas

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1610 Lake Las Vegas Pkwy, Henderson, NV
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Italian gardens, ornate bridges, vine-covered balconies, and romantic trellises distinguish this Mediterranean-inspired resort hotel, situated on the shores of Lake Las Vegas in suburban Henderson, Nev., located 17 miles from the bustle of the Las Vegas Strip. read more
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The resort was Beautiful , and the Activities they had for the old and young were Great! There were a few different Resturants to choose from and they even provided some discounts and a free T- Shirt! My three day stay was great , my only complaint is the Pool closing @ 8pm it would have been nice to do some night swimming since you have to pay an extra resort fee a day n not be able to use the resort pool when you want!
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Aug 9th, 2007
Aston MonteLago Village Resort

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30 Strada Di Villaggio, Henderson, NV
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Located amid the Nevada desert on the shores of Lake Las Vegas, this resort offers lakefront condo units. The Las Vegas Strip is only 16 miles away while shops and dining options are within easy reach. read more
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Our room was clean and comfortable, but nothing special. The overall resort area is nicely developed and there are a number of what appear to be good restaurants. Unfortunately, the spa in the pool area was closed for maintenance. We stayed here after a couple days in Las Vegas because we wanted to do some sightseeing at Hoover Dam and Lake Meade. The resort suited that purpose, but I do not know who would want to come here unless they were just trying to get away from the hustle and bustle of Las Vegas. This location does not strike me as a "destination." We were a bit surprised by a resort fee that was added to what we had already paid Expedia. After further examination, I did find mention of it in the fine print in our Expedia itinerary. All in all, our room at Cesar's Palace was nicer and less expensive. I doubt that we will come back here. There are too many other nicer places to vacation.
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Jun 3rd, 2007