J W Marriott Las Vegas Resort

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221 N Rampart Blvd, Las Vegas, NV
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Located 10 miles northwest of the Strip in Las Vegas' exclusive Summerlin neighbourhood, the JW Marriott resort is on the edge of the Angel Park Legacy golf course, and 4 miles from Red Rock Canyon. read more
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I was very disappointed in the fact that they don't have a free shuttle from the airport as the Red Rocks Resort does, as well as a shuttle to the Strip. The housekeeping staff were somewhat surly, but not a big deal. Loved the Irish Pub - ate there every single night - with ALL of Las Vegas to choose from! LOVED the atmosphere of the J.W. - as compared to the garish "Vegas glitz" of the Red Rocks Resort. I have ALREADY recommended the J.W. to friends and colleagues, and I've only been home TWO days!
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Oct 10th, 2007
Red Rock Casino, Resort and Spa

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11011 W Charleston Blvd, Las Vegas, NV
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Standing near the base of Red Rock Canyon, this upscale resort and spa is 11 miles from the Las Vegas Strip via hotel shuttle; canyon hikes are within 4 miles. read more
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I stayed at this hotel once before and loved the pool. This is why I booked it for spring break for me and my daughter. The hotel charges a $25.00 a day resort fee in addition to your room fee. When we arrived last week we were told the pool was closed for repairs. We were not aware of this when we booked our reservation. We were told the pool was scheduled to open on April 6. I asked if they were still adding the $25.00 daily resort fee and was told yes because the resort fee was for the free internet in each room and the daily newspaper delivery to your room. This is absolutely a rip-off since most hotels offer free internet now and many have a daily newspaper delivery. Before coming to Red Rock we stayed at a Doubletree in Santa Monica CA which had the internet and newspaper and did not have an extra charge. This hotel was my favorite in Vegas since it opened but will probably not stay there again. They should not have charged the resort fee and they should have made it known that the pool was closed. There were a few lounge chairs available by their nightclub and by a spa area which was not really enough room.
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Mar 29th, 2005