Hotels Near Botero In Las Vegas

4.7/5Outstanding389 Reviews
0.16km from Botero
The hotel is the best in my trip in the United States this time. The price is super high. There is a breakfast room for two consecutive nights. The breakfast buffet is rich. The daughter likes to eat the steak inside, which is very tender. Because two rooms were booked, when checking in, the front desk specially arranged a Unicom room, which was very convenient to move around. Parking is free, and there is a small living room in the room, which is very comfortable. However, the snacks on the refrigerator are billed on the move. The hotel location is also very convenient, 15 minutes drive from the outlet, and there are many gas stations nearby. Below the hotel is a casino, connected with luxury shops, restaurants, and gardens. The Venetian walks forward and the Paragon, It's good to admire the fountain when you are tired.
FromUS$136.00
4.6/5Outstanding766 Reviews
0.17km from Botero
Very nice hotel, even by Las Vegas standards. Super big room, excellent view, nice and friendly service. The hotel is centrally located, close to all facilities, for entertainment and shopping. Original and nice-looking design. The restaurants and cafes in the hotel are good too. They are a good alternative to the buffet breakfast. I strongly recommend this hotel.
FromUS$136.00
4.5/5Excellent290 Reviews
0.43km from Botero
Its a fine hotel. BUT I did notice some stains in the room in random places. Also, parts of the floor were wet when I first checked-in. I dont know why. Knowing how its Vegas, and "what happens in Vegas stays in Vegas", my mind went wild imagining what those wet areas on the carpet and the oily spots on the floor in front of the toilet were. Yeah... I can only imagine. Fortunately, Ive seen and done a lot of crazy things in my life so I wasnt phased by it, but it was definitely not what I expected from a 5-star hotel with fancy marble. I should also mention that the little kiosk or mini convenience shop near the entrance to guest elevators is quite pricey. I only bought one thing, a small pack of band-aids (6 of them) for $12 dollars. Yep. I did not order anything from the minibar fridge, although thats probably because I couldnt figure out how to get it open. Like I kept pulling on it, but it just wouldnt open. Anyway, probably a good thing because it probably saved me from spending thousands of dollars on a few sodas and juices. Also, the vent fan in the toilet area did not turn on. I only saw one switch on the wall, for the light. None for the fan. I figured theyd turn on at the same time, but no, the fan didnt turn on. My partner was not impressed with the intoxicating smell of my waste, as I had to leave the door open upon finishing to help spread the smell out throughout the whole suit, instead of just compressing it into that little room. Also, the shower handle was about to fall off. Water pressure could be a bit better as well. Oh, also got early check-in (11am or so), so thats a plus. Another plus is that after walking on the wet carpet and touching the oil floor in the toilet area, I requested slippers, which were delivered to my room. I do wonder why slippers werent already in the "suite" of this "5-star" hotel... there was an ironing board + iron in the closet... so why not? Also, I brought my own water (to save a small fortune) and requested a mini-fridge, which they delivered to my room also. It was used only to store my own water, which I got at Walgreens outside which was still like $5-6 for a 1-gallon jug. Ah yes, and upon checking out, having to pay a resort fee (per night) of approximately $50. I dont know why they dont just include it in the normal rate. Frankly, it should be illegal, as the only purpose of it is to bait-and-switch, basically fool customers into thinking the hotel rate is "x" but then add on another 30%+ to the rate as a "surprise! We got ya!" Its Mafia-like, but it is Vegas. I suppose Bugsy Siegel would be proud that these large corporations are now using such tactics on the very "GUESTS" who have chosen to stay with them. Yes, take advantage of your guests. Of course, the "resort fee" includes gym access (standard in even 3-star hotels), wifi (standard even in motels, by the way, Palazzo wifi speed was only adequate when working, but spotty and didnt always work), boarding pas printing (yeah, because no one has smart phones now and everyone flies in, right?), unlimited local and toll-free calls (because there are so many people in Vegas I want to call, but I dont want to use up the minutes on my own personal phone), and access to a bunch of newspapers and magazines via some app that they offer (because we dont have news sites that we already look at on our phones, I guess). I mean, really, the casinos/hotels have to BS about why they charge a resort fee, and the best they can come up is with the nonsense I just mentioned... which proves that its only there as a bait and switch and to extort you (their guest) out of more money. IT SHOULD BE ILLEGAL!!!! WHY ARE WE NOT DOING ANYTHING ABOUT THIS???
FromUS$135.00
4.6/5Outstanding1189 Reviews
0.63km from Botero
Trump International Family traveler with two big kids. Hotel located at the north of the Strip, no casino so there's no huge line for checking in. This is one of the reason we chose it. We stayed in two different rooms for two nights, one is two double beds room and the other one is the king size bed suite. Rooms are big with comfortable beds. Staffs are friendly. Value for money is great. We have left three jackets in the hotel and Trump has the specific lost & found department (company) to recover it. They sent the package back by Fedex but the price is quite expensive which costs USD155 for sending it back to Hong Kong. Anyway, it is nice to have them back since one of my jacket worths USD1500.... Thanks for recovering them for us.
FromUS$127.00
4.2/5Very Good307 Reviews
0.64km from Botero
This trip was for our Anniversary. Using Trip.com was easy and a good rate. I have used CTRIP in China many times previously so I am Happy to see Trip.com is equally satisfying. We enjoyed TI again and it is Great centrally located location on the strip. The hotel was very clean and the room carpet was very clean. This is something my wife is very critical about. So this made me happy because wife was happy.
FromUS$102.00
4.5/5Excellent1794 Reviews
0.82km from Botero
I had an horrible experience because the company Trip did not send my reservation to the hotel and I booked it a week ago so they room I originally already paid for was not longer available but the hotel staff was amazing they tried there best to help me and I wish I can say that about this company they didn’t help Me at all and they promised me a refund never sent it.
FromUS$127.00
4.5/5Excellent3 Reviews
0.93km from Botero
I stayed for 4 nights while attending a trade show. I travel for business at least 4 times a year and was pleasantly surprised by the hotel and staff. The room was very clean and spacious. The breakfast in the morning was surprisingly good. The staff was excellent! Extremely helpful and courteous, always looking for ways to make you and your stay more comfortable. I strongly suggest this property. I will definitely stay again when I’m back in October.
FromUS$169.00
4.2/5Very Good7 Reviews
0.94km from Botero
This is an older hotel located center strip. It was great for an inexpensive stay for one night before flying out in the morning. Check in was prompt and the service great. The room on the other hand was just okay at best. It was clean and did have a fridge and coffee pot which is not common for rooms on the strip in Vegas. My complaint is the view we had. We had a ground floor room and it looked out into a kind of storage area with chairs piled all over. There was also trash scattered about and a homeless person was sleeping there in the morning. It was disgusting! Don’t accept a ground floor room with this view. The place also had a constant smell of marijuana.
FromUS$100.00
4.6/5Outstanding52 Reviews
0.97km from Botero
Every year I go to Las Vegas at CES. During the exhibition, all hotels are very expensive, so stay in downtown, and then travel to the strip for about 3 days. In the last few years, Mirage has been the best value for money. I stayed at the hotel. It is not an exaggeration to say that cost performance is only a Mirage at a 4 star hotel. I will stay if I can maintain the current price next year.
FromUS$69.00
0/50 Reviews
1km from Botero
FromUS$1,849.00
4.6/5Outstanding34 Reviews
1.03km from Botero
I’ve been staying here for awhile and I really like it here. The layout of the rooms is like an apartment complex neighborhood and I really like that it feels like a home here.
FromUS$139.00
4.1/5Very Good50 Reviews
1.04km from Botero
The rooms are quite big and the conditions are okay. It is Friday. The hotel on the avenue is very expensive. The price of this hotel is quite low. When you check in, the front desk cannot find the check-in information, which delays some time. Thank you for your service, call Ctrip, and Ctrip immediately contacted the hotel to solve the problem. It is emphasized here that the check-in information cannot be found. It is not a Ctrip problem. It can only be said that the American is too stupid. time.
FromUS$45.00

Hotels Near Botero In Las Vegas Review

4.6/51189 Reviews
Las Vegas Strip
Trump International Family traveler with two big kids. Hotel located at the north of the Strip, no casino so there's no huge line for checking in. This is one of the reason we chose it. We stayed in two different rooms for two nights, one is two double beds room and the other one is the king size bed suite. Rooms are big with comfortable beds. Staffs are friendly. Value for money is great. We have left three jackets in the hotel and Trump has the specific lost & found department (company) to recover it. They sent the package back by Fedex but the price is quite expensive which costs USD155 for sending it back to Hong Kong. Anyway, it is nice to have them back since one of my jacket worths USD1500.... Thanks for recovering them for us.
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FromUS$127.00
4.1/5294 Reviews
Las Vegas Strip
It’s located on the strip and has access to the pedestrian bridge to connect to the strip and tram to other hotels. We went during COVID- restrictions, so many of the amenities were closed, but the hotel has a great selection of dining options. The pool area is spacious and was our favourite place. Housekeeping was not excellent, we stayed here for a week, and they only came 2x, and that was after we called and requested a cleaning service. The hallway was dirty and always had things lying around. The rooms don't have a microwave or fridge if you want to store cold water or leftovers. It’s not ideal.
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FromUS$32.00
4.3/5141 Reviews
Las Vegas Strip
A great value hotel in Las Vegas. Originally, it was only scheduled for one night. The family was very happy after checking in, and immediately decided to add an extra night. The hotel is at the end of Long Street, near Luxor Hotel. From the location point of view, it is a little bit off, but the hotel can park between different MGM hotels, which is good. The hotel is large, and Jin Chancan is prominent on the road. The rooms are large, the facilities and facilities are very comfortable, and the bathrooms are very large. They belong to high-end luxury prices, but the prices are very close to the people. Especially when booking from Ctrip, it is cheaper than some websites in the United States. The lobby of the hotel is the casino, mainly various types of slot machines. Overall, the check-in experience is good, the only drawback is that the hotel is really too big, often getting lost, ha ha, after parking the car on the day of the check, I couldn't find the hotel lobby, it took a long time to find it. In addition, all kinds of snacks in the room are paid, the price is expensive, and the induction device is used. If you move it, it may be included in the bill even if you do not eat it, and the small refrigerator cannot refrigerate your own things. You need to pay to use it. This is the first time you have encountered it, and it feels very unreasonable. Parking requires $ 15 a day. You also need to pay a resort fee of nearly $ 42 a day.
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FromUS$101.00
4.6/552 Reviews
Las Vegas Strip
Every year I go to Las Vegas at CES. During the exhibition, all hotels are very expensive, so stay in downtown, and then travel to the strip for about 3 days. In the last few years, Mirage has been the best value for money. I stayed at the hotel. It is not an exaggeration to say that cost performance is only a Mirage at a 4 star hotel. I will stay if I can maintain the current price next year.
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FromUS$69.00
4/5209 Reviews
Las Vegas Strip
Pyramid Hotel, baby want to go to Egypt, just live in a Pyramid Hotel compromise, there are blue people and tuoyi show. Performance. very convenient. Meals are not bad, and it's easy to go to the main road. lv hotels are relatively expensive. There is a gas station next to the hotel, and the fuel is cheap. Anyway, the hotel can meet all your needs.
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FromUS$38.00
4.5/51794 Reviews
Las Vegas Strip
I had an horrible experience because the company Trip did not send my reservation to the hotel and I booked it a week ago so they room I originally already paid for was not longer available but the hotel staff was amazing they tried there best to help me and I wish I can say that about this company they didn’t help Me at all and they promised me a refund never sent it.
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FromUS$127.00
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