The Venetian Resort Hotel & Casino

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3355 Las Vegas Blvd S, Las Vegas, NV
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This all-suite resort and casino on the Las Vegas Strip is a half-mile from Fashion Show Mall and 1 mile from the convention center. Downtown is 3 miles away and McCarran Airport is within 4 miles. read more
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The Westin Las Vegas Hotel, Casino & Spa

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160 E Flamingo Rd, Las Vegas, NV
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Located one block from the Las Vegas Strip and 2 blocks from The Forum Shops and Miracle Mile Mall The Westin Las Vegas Hotel puts you close to all the action and excitement and provides a quiet retreat when you need some rest. read more
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This was a very nice - though nothing terribly special - hotel. In most any city other than Las Vegas, I'd say it was a great hotel. But with the caliber expected on nearby the Vegas Strip, I hoped for more from a Westin. Especially considering this hotel cost MORE than the big resorts right on the strip! I recommend spending less money and being in a more convenient spot by staying at a resort such as Planet Hollywood.
3
Mar 3rd, 2007
Bally's Las Vegas

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3645 Las Vegas Blvd S, Las Vegas, NV
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This Art Deco-style Las Vegas hotel, set back from the Strip behind formal gardens—and accessible via a moving sidewalk—is 2 miles from downtown and the Las Vegas Convention Center. read more
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We stayed at Bally's over the Christmas holiday. The price was right and the location is very convenient for being able to access some of the nicer resorts on the strip. We stayed in the South Tower on the 17th floor which had a great view of the strip and the fountains across the street at the most Beautiful resort on the strip which I am apparently not supposed to name (but everyone knows what I'm talking about!!) The only problem is the fountain show at the aforementioned resort runs every 15 minutes until midnight every night so don't expect to have ANY chance of sleeping because the music is VERY loud and can be easily heard inside your room.
4
Dec 30th, 2004
MGM Grand Hotel and Casino

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3799 Las Vegas Blvd S, Las Vegas, NV
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This 5,044-room hotel on the Las Vegas Strip contains all the Vegas energy and excitement under one roof including celebrity-chef restaurants, nightclubs, world-class entertainment, and premier special events. read more
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Room was clean. Nothing fancy. However the extra fees were not acceptable. We were at the hotel for two nights. There was a per night resort fee that we knew about. That was fine. One would think that the resort fee would allow you access to the resort. This was not the case. My son went down on the second morning we were there to use the weight room to work out. He returned to the room about 10 minutes later in that there was a fee almost equal to the resort fee to use the weights. This type of nickle and dime tactics should not be acceptable. It is bad enough the price of the rooms but having to continue to pay for everything at the resort reduces the overall enjoyment. If all you are there for is the room,. it is fine. If you plan on making use of the facility plan on bringing lots of extra cash, and I am not just talking about gambling. That is a given.
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Mar 27th, 2007
Flamingo Las Vegas

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3555 Las Vegas Blvd S, Las Vegas, NV
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The first casino hotel in Las Vegas, the Flamingo anchors the famous four corners of Las Vegas Boulevard and Flamingo Road and welcomes families as well as high-rolling all-night partiers. read more
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Okay, right off the bat I will tell you that this is not a Bellagio - quality hotel. It is much smaller than many other resorts on the strip, but for some that might be a plus due to reduced walking. I loved this hotel and I would recommend it to anyone. It is an older property (being the first hotel/casino on the strip), but it is very simple in that you have a bed, TV, bathroom, iron/ironing board, phone, and safe...that's it. It was fairly clean, although admittedly there were some aspects of the resort and our hotel room that were a bit outdated. The staff is super friendly and helpful. Has a monorail station. Pool and casino area as well as shopping and dining options were awesome! Located right in the middle of The Strip which is a plus. Bottom line - The hotel is simple and modest in every respect; that is, it is not a top-of-the-line resort, but it provides the basic necessities for those who want to stay on the strip, but do not want to break the bank.
5
Oct 16th, 2007
Tropicana Las Vegas

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3801 Las Vegas Blvd S, Las Vegas, NV
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The South Beach-inspired Tropicana resort is located in the heart of Vegas on the famed Las Vegas Strip, less than 4 miles from the Las Vegas Convention Center. read more
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Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino

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3667 Las Vegas Blvd S, Las Vegas, NV
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Situated in the center of the Las Vegas Strip, Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino is within 2 miles of Fashion Show Mall and 4 miles of the convention center; it's 3 miles from the Las Vegas airport. read more
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For my first time at Planet Hollywood I was thoroughly impressed from the staff to the decor and the overall experience of what Planet Hollywood resort gave. The hotel service employees were friend and courteous and provided lots of assistance. They were professional and very prompt with any services that I required during my stay there. The cleanliness of the resort was one of the first things noticeable to me when I first explored the resort. As compared to the older resorts like Caesars and Mirage, the gambling pit and shopping areas were a lot cleaner. The outdoor pools were maintained well and with plenty of sunbathing chairs on the deck, Planet Hollywood's pool would be considered one of my favourites in Vegas. The only thing that I would have enjoyed more would be a larger sized pool. While the casino floor was nothing to boast about compared to the other Vegas hotels, it seemed cleaner and had a less of a smoke stench to it. It had everything needed and when the Pleasure Pit came on at nighttime, it became an experience more fun and entertaining. The adjacent shopping mall, Miracle Mile, was a clean and family friendly shopping mall with many stores for all with plenty of restaurants providing a variety of food choices. The location of Planet Hollywood is also good. Located beside Paris, it is just a 5 minute walk to the bus stop that will take you to any shopping mall you like. My overall experience at Planet Hollywood deserves 4 1/2 Stars out of 5.
5
Aug 11th, 2006
Luxor Hotel and Casino

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3900 S. Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas, NV
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Two 22-story towers and an eye-catching 30-story pyramid topped by a powerful light beam, this hotel is 2 miles from McCarran International Airport in Las Vegas. read more
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Overall, liked it, although the construction which was going on around the food court was annoying, with all the load noise. Also, the "resort fee" of $16.80 a day was kind of kinky. Why don't they just include it in the cost of the room? They quote you a room cost, then spring the "resort fee" on you afterward. It's like selling a car, the charging extra for the wheels. I asked what the "resort fee" included, and was told "unlimited calls from the room, use of the on site gym, and a daily newspaper delivered to the room. Well, the paper was never delivered to the room during my 3 night stay. I never did find the gym, and everytime I wanted to make a call, it wouldn't go through until I called the front desk so they could activate my phone to do so. Very annoying. Other than the "resort fee", It was a nice experience. Also, no fault of the hotel, but when I was there on May 17th, it was the coldest day on record, with a high of 67 degrees. It never did get above 75 for the 4 days I was there! Oh well.
4
May 26th, 2007
Hilton Grand Vacations Suites at the Flamingo

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3575 Las Vegas Blvd South, Las Vegas, NV
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This nongaming condo hotel offers a prime location next to the Flamingo Resort & Casino in the center of the Strip. Other famous resorts, including Bally's, Bellagio, and Caesar's Palace, are within 0.5 mile. read more
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Mirage Resort & Casino

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3400 Las Vegas Blvd S, Las Vegas, NV
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The Mirage is a Las Vegas classic. A 54-foot-high volcano spews fire and steam nightly by the entrance to this Strip resort. Inside, Cirque Du Soleil celebrates the musical legacy of The Beatles through original recordings in their production of LOVE. read more
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Charging resort fees to visitors at resorts is outrageous. Everyone gambles, drinks, tips, eats, sleeps, shops, spends money on stuff they don,t need. Charging for a newspaper, internet that most don,t use, water etc. is ridiculous. If the highly successful people that are in charge of running these multi-million dollar resorts can,t think of a more reasonable way to either increase profits or remain the same, then they are not very well schooled individuals. Charge me extra for the room, most won,t mind. Don,t hose them with petty reasons to get more money off of them. It,s bad enough the taxi cabs take you for a joy ride to your resort, but your ride back to the airport cost seven dollars less. Good for tourism. In the twelve years we have been going to Vegas, we have seen a huge difference in service, value for your dollar, courteousness from hotel staff. Our next visit we will be looking at staying at a resort that doesn,t charge resort fees. There are not too many, but there are some. We got hosed once, never again.
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Nov 30th, 2006