Hotels Near Panara Bread Las Vegas

Hotels Near Panara Bread Las Vegas In Las Vegas

4.9/5Perfect35 Reviews
1.09km from downtown
My wife and I recently stayed for two nights at this Hampton Inn. My wife had been searching for a new hard-to-find bicycle to buy, and the only one she could find in her size was in a wonderful bike shop in Las Vegas called Southwest Bikes. Consequently, we searched for a hotel in the northern part of Las Vegas, away from the strip, and found this hotel. The hotel is right off the freeway (I-95). I had read some TripAdvisor reviews prior to booking the hotel, and read that you should try to get a room on the far side away from the freeway, which we did, and I'm very glad we did. The hotel, and the room itself, were very clean and nice. The complimentary breakfast was good. The shower had a glass door, which I always prefer, rather than a curtain. There is a small pool and hot tub at the hotel. The biggest negative of this hotel was the hot tub. We used the hot tub both nights we were there. It is close to the freeway, so you can hear the noise of the freeway, and there is no desirable scenery to be seen from the hot tub. Most importantly, the jets in the hot tub are utterly lame. It is almost as though it is not even on. While the water is warm enough, the jets don't do anything to relax your muscles. Unless they improve the jets, we probably won't stay here again.
FromUS$133
4.2/5Very Good30 Reviews
1.16km from downtown
Featuring an outdoor swimming pool, this Las Vegas, NV hotel is just 15 miles from the Las Vegas Strip. McCarran International Airport is just 20 miles away.Offering a flat-screen cable TV, each room includes a seating area and an en suite bathroom at La Quinta Inn & Suites Las Vegas Summerlin Tech.Fresh waffles, muffins, juice and coffee are just some of the free breakfast items provided daily. A poolside hot tub and fitness centre are provided onsite at La Quinta Inn & Suites Las Vegas.Hoover Dam is 1 hours’ drive away from La Quinta Inn & Suites Las Vegas Summerlin Tech. Fashion Show Mall is just 12 miles away.
FromUS$123
3.3/529 Reviews
1.77km from downtown
With a stay at Advantage Court in Las Vegas, you'll be within a 10-minute drive of Las Vegas Mini Grand Prix and Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area. This guesthouse is 9.6 mi (15.5 km) from Las Vegas North Premium Outlets and 10.1 mi (16.2 km) from Mob Museum.Make use of convenient amenities such as complimentary wireless Internet access, a picnic area, and barbecue grills.Free self parking is available onsite.Make yourself at home in one of the 5 air-conditioned rooms featuring flat-screen televisions. Complimentary wireless Internet access keeps you connected, and cable programming is available for your entertainment.
FromUS$99
2.8/533 Reviews
3.35km from downtown
Stayed here for 2 nights but not consecutively. Both times are room was extremely clean. It is really a great place to stay. Plenty of food options. Just remember this isn’t one of those fancy strip resorts but it’s a great place to stay and gamble with an extremely friendly staff.
FromUS$75
4.3/5Excellent33 Reviews
4.89km from downtown
This time I chose the Fairfield Inn NW for a short stay in Vegas. A perfect hotel that met my needs. My room (upgrade to Suite due to Bonvoy Gold) was super clean and equipped with all comforts. A coffee machine, an empty refrigerator, very fast WiFi and even 2 large TV screens are always nice to have in your room. The bathroom was spacious enough and equipped with a pleasant shower with hot water. Sufficient towels (for 3 people) were also standard. The downside of the room is the noise. You can hear exactly when guests walk on the floor above you. Breakfast was included as standard and was sufficient with scrambled eggs, sausages, muffins, various yogurts, boiled eggs, fruit and coffee, tea and bottled water. Not very spectacular but okay not to leave the house with an empty stomach in the morning. The staff is relatively young, but above all always friendly and helpful. I think that is very important to feel at home right when you check in. Parking is free and can be found right in front of the entrance. So you don't have to travel long distances to get to your room. The location is ideal with several large shops and well-known restaurants in the immediate vicinity. Are there any drawbacks? Perhaps the room rates that are currently quite on the high side. $300+ per night I think is quite pricey for a suburb in Las Vegas. So be careful when you book and check whether Marriott offers temporary offers. That makes a huge difference to your budget!
FromUS$149
5/5Perfect33 Reviews
6.61km from downtown
I was a little apprehensive after reading some less than stellar reviews particularly by elite Bonvoy members but our stay was near perfect! Short review: This is a beautiful 50 acre property, with an amazing pool, walking paths, activities like beach volleyball and Cornhole, many restaurants, a spa and a ******. The rooms are massive with amazing bathrooms with whirlpool tubs. The food was good to great depending on location and the staff were helpful and friendly. All this in a setting next to the red rocks with fantastic views yet only 15 minutes to the Strip! Long Review: There is a 40 resort fee, obviously I'm not a fan of these but it did seem like a decent value as parking is included and you get a $20 credit each night (the Marriott website says $10 but it's definitely $20). I'm not a fan of valet parking (I like to access my car whenever I want!) So I was pleased to note that as an alternative you can park yourself a short walk from the hotel. We had a two queen room with a walkout balcony. The room was almost 600 square feet or about twice the size of a standard hotel room. Our balcony had two chairs and an impressive view of the red rock mountains, I highly recommend securing a balcony room if possible. The in room coffee was surprisingly good and I loved the toiletries in the bathroom. There was also a mini fridge and some water glasses although no wine glasses and no ceramic coffee mugs. I can't stress how nice the bathroom was. Huge two person jacuzzi tub, separate walk-in shower with two shower heads. Dual sinks and a toilet with a separate door. Great design as a few people could potentially use it as the same time. The pool had very restrictive hours (10 to 5). It's also very shallow and not really meant for serous swimming but it was very large and there was tons of loungers around it and even lifeguards. We absolutely loved the pool area. There were even servers continuously making the rounds and a dedicated restaurant for the pool. I will say that my $17 Pina colada was bland and way too expensive even considering the location. Also, be aware that a lot of families stay here and there can be a lot of kids in the pool. (we spent several hours at the pool last Sundayand loved it but the nice of screaming kids did get to me after a while and I love kids and was traveling with my 16 year old). We're Platinum Elite members and this is how your free breakfast works: On weekends it's served in the Marketplace Buffet. We were told we just the front continental area of the buffet was included or we could pay $15 extra for the full buffet. My wife and daughter just did continental and I paid extra but both my wife and myself were offered champagne (unlimited on weekend brunch). The brunch buffet was delicious with surprisingly decent champagne and lots of food options. We also har breakfast on a Monday and it's served in the Earl Grey cafe. We were offered a separate elite guest continental menu and I was surprised that w
FromUS$215
4.7/5Outstanding37 Reviews
7.12km from downtown
I visit the United States at least once a year and this is my first choice of where to stay in Las Vegas. Don’t get me wrong, it isn’t a 5* place and it isn’t in the middle of all the action, but it is clean and comfortable and the prices are fair. There are two standards of room and I suggest those in the Meadows block as they are slightly nicer and more modern. The hotel is located about 6 miles from the strip and whilst it’s possible to do it without a car I wouldn’t recommend it. The prices are a fraction of the strip and whilst they do have that ridiculous resort fee, it is significantly lower than you would pay elsewhere. Parking is free. The rooms are a reasonable size and clean and comfortable. All the bathrooms have a bathtub which, for me, is definitely a bonus. There is a large TV in the room and all the basic stuff you would need. Maid service is daily and the ladies are quite friendly and efficient. You can opt out of daily cleaning if you wish. There is an outdoor pool and hot tub and whilst I wasn’t expecting this to be open in December, it was, albeit intermittently. that was definitely a bonus. I would rate this as a three star hotel but it delivers five star standard within its category. Very strongly recommended.
FromUS$47
5/5Perfect31 Reviews
7.29km from downtown
Seriously the worst customer service on every possible level. We booked 2 rooms for a group event that took place over this past weekend in March, 2022. One for my husband and I and one for our 2 adult kids, all over 21. We were given a group code and the info to book directly, by the hosts of the party. I booked our rooms in August, 2021. In January, we got a notice from the airline that our flight was changed, changing our stay dates. We had to push it all by a day. I call to shift the reservation a day and they told me I had to completely cancel and re-book. I let them know I needed to use the group code I used originally. They re-booked, but minus the group code. It was such a time-consuming process to even change that simple of a thing, I didn’t fight for the discount, which I should have. I also then need to add a night to the 2nd room as well. They would not just add the night on. I had to make a 3rd and separate reservation for a single night. Again, not given the group code. Fast forward to check in day. Our daughter arrived 6 hours before us and wanted to check into her room. After condescendingly reprimanding her for not being on the reservation (which she WAS), she finally called us. We travel all over the world with our kids. We’ve never had an issue like this, checking into their rooms separate. They don’t live with us and don’t arrive with us. The front desk person told her she couldn’t help, because I used Expedia. Bull. I booked directly using the group code and info on our invitation. They were so rude to her, we could hear it on the phone. They give us a number to call to add her (they couldn’t do it themselves??). My husband was on the phone for 35 minutes, to add her name (again) so she could check in. Once that was done, they said she was good to go. We told her to go try again. They were even more rude this time. Again, we could hear them on the phone being so rude. She’s asking them to talk to us. They say no and that we have to call the hotel. We’re literally calling on the other line, my daughter is saying it’s us calling and she lets someone else answer and put us on hold. lol Believe it or not, this is the story in a nutshell. It took hours for them to let her check in and gave us such a hard time. This place isn’t elite! The hoops to jump through to book a room, change a room and check in is absolutely insane. You won’t get your group rate if you make changes. We paid for 2 rooms for 3 nights each and didn’t get our original discount. That’s the only reason we even stayed here, for the group. Never again. Also, for the 3rd night they forced us to add separately, they charged us even more for than the rates for our individual night! We got ripped off at every turn. Also, Sunday morning, breakfast was arranged for our group. There was 1 wait person and 96 of us coming and going. You do the math. Most of us waited over and hour for food. Some left. The waitress was NOT happy and I can’t say I blame her. The whole place
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4.5/5Excellent36 Reviews
9.32km from downtown
There is free parking, and it is very convenient to go to the center of Las Vegas. There is a lady at the front desk who is very attentive. I want to do laundry by myself. She personally took me over and taught me how to operate and gave two packets of washing powder. I gave her Tips are not yet collected. The check-out time of the hotel in the United States is 11 o’clock at noon. We slept and gave us an hour extension. The hotel is clean and the environment is very good. There are many food nearby, and there is also a lunch row , Great and affordable, recommended.
FromUS$115
4.5/5Excellent31 Reviews
9.66km from downtown
We stayed there for 4 days and 3 nights. The hotel was clean and rooms are modern. Great walk in shower. The room is more quiet than most hotels. We didn't hear people in the hallway. The room has a coffee maker and free bottled water. The ****** had a great variety of machines. It is clean and easy to navigate. There are several bars, but none had a band or dancing. The ****** had very good air quality and isn't smoky nor does it smell. The Farm Cafe is very good with large portions and needs to stay open later! TGIF is a mediocre chain, but had good staff. The Salted Lime was average Mexican food, but nothing special. The buffet is closed. There is also a food court and a Starbucks. The pool area is large and nice. Lots of cushioned chairs. The hotel isn't near anything else, so it is less busy. We enjoyed our stay and will certainly return!
FromUS$112
3.2/531 Reviews
10km from downtown
This hotel is a pure American country style hotel, delicious breakfast, spacious rooms, humane management, people who stay in the United States are on business or vacation, quiet and fast. There are delicious restaurants and big supermarkets around, which is very convenient. Have the opportunity to live again next time!
FromUS$134
3.7/568 Reviews
10.16km from downtown
The first time I booked this hotel my reservation went smoothly I was even upgraded to a better unit for two days I needed to add an extra day with the same room 1915 called downstairs numerous times no answer I went downstairs this was between 3 am to 6 am went to front desk As soon as Mercedes saw me she picked up the phone acting like she was very busy with long lines of peoples waiting to checked it nobody was there I told her that I want to extend one more day she said no I need to book another room I went to Trip.com booked another room and got the confirmation waited a few went back downstairs showed her the confirmation she said she did not receive the confirmation yet chatted with Trip.com back and forth I was so tired I wanted to cancel the whole thing I was told that there was no refund I asked Mercedes to give me a room I wanted to be over so I can sleep from 1915 she gave me room 627 the room was a dump phone not hooked room a little hot no refrigerator she wanted to break my spirits but little that she knows I’m relentless the next day went and told the manager she apologized and says that she will transfer me to 1915 with no charge lord I was very upset but kept my cool wheeled my belongings back to 1915 and what I want it was so simple my card was charged 3 times and I did not see it necessary everything still pending on my navy federal card (because Mercedes did not want to give me the same room she is unfit for customer service talk about diversity and inclusion she missed the memo I will never come to this hotel I’m not sone yet I will email to the CEO of this hotel I was not confrontational she is Hispanic I’m African American very polite and will go above and beyond for anybody please relieve her to her duty she is unfit? Condescending I guess that front desk job went to her head
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Hotels Near Panara Bread Las Vegas In Las Vegas Review

4.5/531 Reviews
We stayed there for 4 days and 3 nights. The hotel was clean and rooms are modern. Great walk in shower. The room is more quiet than most hotels. We didn't hear people in the hallway. The room has a coffee maker and free bottled water. The ****** had a great variety of machines. It is clean and easy to navigate. There are several bars, but none had a band or dancing. The ****** had very good air quality and isn't smoky nor does it smell. The Farm Cafe is very good with large portions and needs to stay open later! TGIF is a mediocre chain, but had good staff. The Salted Lime was average Mexican food, but nothing special. The buffet is closed. There is also a food court and a Starbucks. The pool area is large and nice. Lots of cushioned chairs. The hotel isn't near anything else, so it is less busy. We enjoyed our stay and will certainly return!
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FromUS$112
2.9/536 Reviews
West of The Strip
My children, their father and myself stayed as this janky motel for almost 6 weeks because we were new to Vegas and were looking for a permanent residence. During our time there, we had to be moved to a different room twice because of a rodent problem. Then again because the ac didnt work and again because the TV didnt work. Four times we had to be moved. I went in to speak to the manager Carlotta about a billing issue, and she had a serious attitude with me for what reason I dont know,I was not disrespectful, did not raise my voice, nothing but she told me I was being disrespectful because I came in the office pointing. She was extra friendly to my kids father the whole stay though so he tried to explain I was not the person she tried to make me out to be. After that I tried to avoid dealing with her but the other chick Tanya who started off nice, was no better after the encounter I had with Carlotta...long story short, this person, Carlotta, kicked me and my family out the day before we were set to leave to go back to Texas. We begged her 4 one more night and she refused even though we spent hella money in this dump and received no compensation for all the times we were inconvenienced with the multiple room changes. We were never loud, had no complaints from other guests, even cleaned the room ourselves because they never did, but they treated us like we were nothing! It was 100 degrees, we had nowhere to go and this B word wouldnt even give my kids cups for water. Then she called the police to remove us frm the lot while we tried to figure out what we were going to do for the night. So we ended up on the street right next to this dump literally, with all of our belongings. My oldest child was 12, youngest was 2. Luckily a kind gentleman who drove by and saw us out there on the sidewalk with everything we owned, gave us $100 to rent a room at the Motel 6 next door, God bless him. This place should be shut down or at the very least everyone in the office should be fired!!
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FromUS$57
4.8/535 Reviews
Green Valley
Stayed for 3 nights in April 2022. Arrived extremely late at night, but I had called ahead to let them know and they were ready for me when I arrived. They have a beautiful pool with a waterfall and hot tub. Also, while you are poolside there is a gorgeous view of Sunset ****** next door with planes flying behind it every 10 mins or so. They have a wonderful breakfast buffet, and a cocktail hour with live music. Outside there is a walking trail that will take you directly to KFC, Taco Bell, Pizza Hut, and Burger King - and some bar/grilles. The staff was completely amazing. Would stay again and again.
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FromUS$122
4.5/532 Reviews
Las Vegas Strip
We really enjoyed our stay at the Marriott. The location is right by the Convention centre close to the North End of tbe Strip. It's relatively close to the strip while feeling removed and much more quiet. It's only a block or so from the monorail which we used but next time I'd just walk to the Strip (the monorail is a pain to access and the amount of walking just to get on And off makes just walking not much more work). The property is slightly dated but well kept and the staff were all extremely knowledgeable, friendly and helpful. The rooms are all oversized one room suites (I believe they're all pretty much the same with the exception of being one king or two queen). We had a two queen suite and it had a large seating area, a good sized bathroom and a wet bar and fridge. We ate breakfast there both days of our stay off the menu and also the buffet. The food was delicious as was the coffee and the buffet includes made to order eggs which was nice. The pool is small but nice and very warm and there's a cool outdoor area with seating, giant Jenga and Cornhole which we enjoyed playing. Parking was a reasonable $20 and we appreciated that there was plenty of free ev chargers (tesla and regular). We'll definitely be back!
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FromUS$152
4.3/532 Reviews
Downtown - Fremont Street
I was hesitant on letting everyone know about this hidden gem. This is a review of the hotel, staff, their service and ******. Initially, we checked in a bit early and thankfully Joe was kind enough to consider our needs which was simple.. a quiet room with not so much foot traffic and we made sure it was away from the noise on Fremont street. Our rooms were 1515 and 1513. I was very pleased at how the room was exceptionally clean and get this, the shower pressure was excellent. Why they are missing a star... In room 1515 their was a problem with the A/C there was a loud somewhat whistling sound so we decided to leave it on the lowest temp and high pressure setting in hopes it would go away on its own. Thankfully it did. Please work with house keep as our door was knocked on at 9am and asked if we need service for the day. It was extremely inconvenient that we were woken up by that noise. Every day we were their housekeeping knocked on the door. I have a solution for this... where's the privacy signs? Lastly, the ****** tables aren't open at night. I get it you can walk to California but we were at Main Street. Didn't make sense... If your looking to enjoy a quiet hotel this is the place to be.
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FromUS$53
3/540 Reviews
Downtown - Fremont Street
we decided to spend an evening in downtown (fremont street) and visited several ******s. Circa was really cool. the dancing girls on platforms was a little strange. we always love the Nugget, had dinner there at the sports bar. Went to Binion’s too, But spent more time at the Four Queens. we like slots, and they had the best selection of old style machines we like. After 3 hrs we walked out $2000.00 more than we went in Yahoo!! Fremont street is a fun place to hang out, the strip used to be years ago when bands were playing outside New York, New York, but now all that is downtown.
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FromUS$47
4.4/539 Reviews
Las Vegas Strip
The price is very good, the rooms are very large, the suites, the price does not include the resort fee when booking, it is 390, you need to pay for the car, parked at the McDonald's office opposite, pay attention not to leave things in the car, eat a lot downstairs, the only disadvantage On the edge of the Las Vegas Strip
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FromUS$92
4.6/5188 Reviews
Las Vegas Strip
Very nice hotel! Fantastic decoration. Nice view. The infrastructure is perfect! A lot of awesome food and shops! Very convenient, ******s just at the ground floor! We can play the ******s and directly go upstairs to have a sleep! So we can play very late.
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FromUS$111
3.1/543 Reviews
Downtown - Fremont Street
This hotel is right in the middle of downtown Las Vegas, right next to Freemont street. The hotel rates are average for an off strip hotel, but they will slap a security deposit of $100 per night on you. I don't understand why security deposit has to be per night, how many furniture can one breaks per night? I do like the lower resort fee than the strip hotels. Warning, don't get the rooms by the street, the 4th street facing the hotel is lined with bars and restaurants, and they play LOUD music at night like 12am at night. Get the room with an interactive Windows view, It's much more quiet....er. The room I have was clean and the bathroom have shower with no door to keep the water out, so the bathroom floor will be wet after a shower. The hotel café open until noon, the restaurant is not something to write home about. The ****** is like any other mid-western ******s except you are in Vegas.
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FromUS$39
4.3/544 Reviews
Downtown - Fremont Street
Our family of 3 (husband, wife & college age son) just returned home from a stay at The D. We chose The D because we prefer to stay on Fremont & we had a comp offer for a free room. The D also offers 2 queen beds as a room option, unlike some other area hotels which have 2 double beds (it’s difficult for 2 normal sized adults to sleep in a double bed). Check in on Monday afternoon was quick. We asked for a quiet room location. Our room (2030) was far from quiet at night! Pros: the room and bathroom are spacious, elevators are quick, the room is clean when you arrive. Andiamo’s restaurant is outstanding. Cons: Our entire floor & room permeated a ********* smell! Clothes in our suitcase which we didn’t wear had to be washed when we got home since they smelled like mj. Bed mattresses are worn out & need to be replaced. Pillows are small and lumpy. Houskeeeping only cleans your room upon request (it would have been nice to be told this when we checked in). The bathroom shower has a half glass door & water splashes out during a shower. Only 2 towels are provided in the room, since housekeeping doesn’t routinely service the room it would be optimal if they provided more towels. The toilet paper is cheap, 1-ply quality. A/C in the room doesn’t keep up. The room is extremely loud at night from Fremont street activities. If we were paying for the room & not comped, I would’ve moved to a different hotel. I will not be staying at The D again, nor do I recommend it even for a free stay. Between the loud, smelly room/hallway, uncomfortable beds/pillows & poor A/C, even having a comped room doesn’t justify staying at The D.
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FromUS$73
4.4/530 Reviews
Las Vegas Strip
The room is clean. The consideration of the staff is wonderful. I was able to eat quietly and slowly. I think it's a very good hotel.
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FromUS$169
3.9/5103 Reviews
Las Vegas Strip
It's right in the middle of the Las Vegas Strip. It has the best accessibility for the price. It is located between the Venetian Hotel and the Bellagio Hotel. If you come out the side door, it's right next to the Ferris wheel, and you have immediate access to the In-N-Out burger chain. The garden where you can see flamingos with your own eyes is a sight to behold. If you are worried about choosing a five-star hotel I recommend it.
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FromUS$17
3.6/541 Reviews
West of The Strip
Staying at the Orleans for many years I can see the changes (good or bad) over the years so I can give a qualified and honest review of this hotel. I have a very high expectation when it comes to value for your dollar and that has never been a problem at the Orleans until now. A bit of a sour taste in my mouth as we earned comp rooms from our stay in 2019 but they disappeared for our recent stay as they base your comps on how much you gamble the year before. They take no consideration that there was a PANDEMIC and people from other countries weren't allowed to travel. So.... for being a loyal customer since 2009, staying exclusively at the Orleans, no consideration for comps. I remember years ago when we would receive mail-outs twice a year for comp rooms! There were 11 of us on this trip and it was my recommendation to stay at the Orleans. I liked the convenience in the past of an off-strip property, low room fees and lower resort fees. The problems began at check-in when I overheard the couple beside us being told that the SHUTTLE TO THE STRIP WAS CANCELLED two days before our arrival. Wow... no announcement! This cost my family of four over $200 in taxi's and UBER's to get to the strip and back as we were booked for the week (this did not impress my group who were also forced to pay to be taxied to the strip). This hotel has always had lower resort fees than strip hotels but not any longer. They now match what you pay at NYNY. The other room we booked was for our kids. They had the opportunity to stay elsewhere for a couple nights mid-week. I asked the front desk if I could cancel those nights and then have them come back in a couple days. Their answer was sure they can but it will be a new reservation and it will be over $600 for the Fri and Sat night..... plus resort fees. We were basically forced to keep the two unoccupied nights (+ resort fees) not to break the reservation. They also have not re-opened the buffet, Prime-Rib Loft and the liquor store. No reason why but just closed. we also arrived at the same time as a "National Cheer Competition". I have no issue with this but the pool was packed and there was nowhere to find a spot alongside the pool that wasn't a "splash zone". My advice is to have an area of the pool separate for adults that are there to relax. Also the sign on my floor did have a number of rules for the cheer kids, no one listened. I advise that you cordon off specific floors just for the cheer families and not mix with other paying customers. We were actually looking to rent a cabana for a day. I understand that prices go up but in 2019 is was $100 rental fee (weekday) and they now DOUBLED THE PRICE TO $200. What I Did Like Balliwick - happy hour apps were incredibly tasty Ondori - the orange chicken was out of this world. Big Al's - been craving the clam chowder for three years and it did not disappoint. Overall, the consensus from the 11 of us is mixed. There are some that were royally ticked off about the shuttle
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FromUS$29
4.1/555 Reviews
Las Vegas Strip
The check in process was awful, the computers were not all working and there was a delay to check in and out. I would have thought after COVID PH would have ensured its IT was running at 100%. The room was good but the cupboard had a drinks box left from the previous occupier, the fridge cupboard door was broken and it was disappointing to see them not fix it prior to renting the room out. The first AM we were woken by room service, we advised him we were still in bed and he said he would return later...they never came and cleaned the room!
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FromUS$43
4.2/564 Reviews
Las Vegas Strip
A little quietier as it's away from the strip. Monorail is available to bring you to various other stations along the strip but it's quite costly if you have to take it every time you want to go from A to B compared to staying on the strip. Sadly we were staying there during their renovation and many things were not available including the lift lobby was messy and slow. For the price, it's still a very good place and would be better after the renovation. If you can find other hotels along the strip at the same price, I would recommend those instead.
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FromUS$43
4.9/535 Reviews
Summerlin
My wife and I recently stayed for two nights at this Hampton Inn. My wife had been searching for a new hard-to-find bicycle to buy, and the only one she could find in her size was in a wonderful bike shop in Las Vegas called Southwest Bikes. Consequently, we searched for a hotel in the northern part of Las Vegas, away from the strip, and found this hotel. The hotel is right off the freeway (I-95). I had read some TripAdvisor reviews prior to booking the hotel, and read that you should try to get a room on the far side away from the freeway, which we did, and I'm very glad we did. The hotel, and the room itself, were very clean and nice. The complimentary breakfast was good. The shower had a glass door, which I always prefer, rather than a curtain. There is a small pool and hot tub at the hotel. The biggest negative of this hotel was the hot tub. We used the hot tub both nights we were there. It is close to the freeway, so you can hear the noise of the freeway, and there is no desirable scenery to be seen from the hot tub. Most importantly, the jets in the hot tub are utterly lame. It is almost as though it is not even on. While the water is warm enough, the jets don't do anything to relax your muscles. Unless they improve the jets, we probably won't stay here again.
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FromUS$133
4.7/533 Reviews
East of the Strip
I was just at the front desk trying to get my key to work again because I forgot my brother renewed our reservation for one more night, when the manager came out, I was immediately met with hostility and I was so confused, she was acting like I haven’t been paying for the past 4 days and was trying to Scam her or something... I simply wanted to know if I could use the same credit card we’ve been using for our past reservation and if she they could wait for my brother to come back to use that card... instead of the simple no I expected, She immediately started to go off on me about how my dog is not a service animal (I never said anything about that) and how our room should be clean and mess free... So I paid for the new pet fee and the room. But this is definitely the first and last time I stay here. I am still shocked at how that was handled.
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FromUS$105
4/538 Reviews
Las Vegas Strip
I travel to Vegas once or twice a year and this place is quickly becoming a favorite. I really like the large rooms and love having a sliding door to open for fresh air, bird songs in the morning and the view of the "serene" courtyard with its palms. It's so much better than walking miles through a ****** to a claustrophobic sealed room. There is a convenience store close by with sometimes sketchy people hanging around, but if you're at all street smart, it shouldn't be a problem. There's a steady stream of tourists walking between here, Virgin and other hotels to the strip. I'm pleased that the management deters parties, noise in the public areas and has locked down access points where people could be let in anonymously. My only complaint is that there is no seating on the balconies. I'd have been happy with a $5 resin chair.
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FromUS$29
4.9/5100 Reviews
West of The Strip
Location was excellent! The only downside was that the unit wasn't very clean. patio was dirty with ashes & cigarette burns on the walls. hair in the bathroom and shower. Amenities like comp bath essentials were not in room. The front desk did supply without hesitation. My thoughts overall is that management needs to start working closely with housekeepers to ensure cleanliness. Still a great place to stay!
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4.3/550 Reviews
Downtown - Fremont Street
It was really two-thirty in the middle of the night to be quiet, because the building was facing the street, and the next door was an open-air bar. It's no exaggeration to describe it as deafening. There is a corridor on one side of the guest room, which is open-air, so it is noisy. The advantage is that the resort fee is 22 dollars cheaper. Parking is free. The parking lot runs from the first floor to the fourth floor, and it is convenient to take the elevator to this room. But sleeping is more painful, suitable for living in a bar. I suggest living in Chinatown. Chinese food is cheap and good.
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FromUS$39
3.6/562 Reviews
Las Vegas Strip
I would definitely stay here again. it was nice and pleasant.
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FromUS$50
4.6/539 Reviews
Las Vegas Strip
The value for the room and location was excellent. Lucky to get a small suite (full kitchen, living room, dining room, and bedroom) on the strip for under $100 including taxes and resort fees and free parking! Facilities were definitely dated but clean and acceptable. Caveats- This was a Tuesday night on March 2, 2021. Covid-19 was on its way down but there were plenty of restaurants and ******s open for service. Hotel service was limited but who stays in their hotel when they go to Vegas? The major issue was not the hotel but the Trip.com ad that said the room came with 3 meals/day for up to 4 people. This was incorrect. The hotel told me to complain to the app, Trip.com because they did not even have a restaurant onsite. Not a huge deal because we were not planning to eat at the hotel anyway, but it was disappointing to see a mistake that was so deceiving.
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FromUS$37
4/582 Reviews
Las Vegas Strip
Hotel is beautiful & room was clean but very small considering the cost of the hotel. Beds are too low to the floor, some of the lights didn’t work. I asked for a room with a bath tub only got a shower & no where to hang your facial towels inside the shower. My view was looking @ a brick wall & stairs. I wasn’t happy about my room being next to the pool area with excessive noise. I didn’t pay to be next to the pool. Bottle of water $5 & coffee $5!!! For the price of the HOTEL not a RESORT was a bit much when there was with no coffee maker, no microwave, refrigerator not working, & the RESORT FEE are ridiculous when no one ever came to my room to CLEAN!!! Like I said hotel is beautiful but very expensive too stay being the rooms are very small. For the price I paid I could have stayed across the street @ a finer & better hotel for that price. I won’t be returning to the Linq NEVER!!!
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4.1/593 Reviews
Las Vegas Strip
How should I put it, I booked a hotel as a stopover between flights, so my expectations are not very high. But it's a bit too much not to provide free drinking water. The fee for a small bottle of drinking water is $8. Although it is vegas, I can't help but want to complain.
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FromUS$59
4.5/541 Reviews
Downtown - Fremont Street
I only leave reviews if something is really good, or really bad. My girlfriend and I just made a 2 week tour of SoCal and Vegas. I lived in SoCal for 5 years or so in the Marines, spent a lot of time in Vegas, but never stayed here before. I don't think I will ever stay anywhere else now. Things I love about this hotel: - History: I think it's the oldest continuously operating hotel/****** in Vegas, and it has really cool historical artifacts throughout. - Location: Awesome spot on Freemont Street. Walk directly out of the hotel ****** onto the best part of the light show experience and a live band at night. Awesome. Also, as a long time Vegas visitor, I think Freemont is cooler than the Strip and I'm not sure I'll ever go to the Strip again. - Amenities: Doesn't have much amenities, actually, but is related to the Circa and D hotel and has access to a gym of sorts. We missed the gym and the free welcome champagne at Circa's rooftop lounge, but i bet it was awesome. Circa was the best hotel ****** we went in on our trip, and we also walked up and down every single ****** (minus a few like Circus Circus) on the strip. - Value: Ridiculous value for money versus any other Vegas hotel. - Rooms: Best rooms we stayed in on our two week trip. We paid the minimal upgrade fee for the suite, and it was 100% worth it. Really great. - Parking: Free parking directly across the street from hotel. Very convenient. - Staff: Extremely cool, chill, and competent, unlike the strip hotels we stayed at that were clearly overwhelmed. Nothing I didn't like. Awesome stay.
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4.6/552 Reviews
Downtown - Fremont Street
Everything is good, the rooms are luxurious, the price is cheap, you have to pay the resort fee, the service is good, and the surrounding are casinos, and it is located next to Chinatown and the Las Vegas government department. Must stay next time.
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4.3/552 Reviews
Las Vegas Strip
Read Ctrip's selection of hotels. On the day of Russ, it had cooled down and turned on for one night. The hotel has no advantage in hardware facilities, which is slightly lower than some domestic business express hotels. Breakfast was average and totally foreign taste. But it's acceptable, bagels and homemade muffins are nice. I have to mention the hotel's logistics staff, the front desk service is average, but when you have problems finding the logistics staff, they are very enthusiastic and friendly, the airport shuttle driver is also superb, he will guide you Airlines check in. The only regret was that the car was parked on the side of the road because it was in the way and I tipped him in the future. Overall good!
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FromUS$83
4.5/546 Reviews
Las Vegas Strip
From beginning to end, the stay was perfect. Especially if walking out of your elevator and not hearing all the sounds of a ****** are what you're looking for. Those sounds were close enough (next door at the Aria which was only 100 feet away). The Vdara feels like a luxury hotel because it is one. The rooms are well appointed with an upscale feel to them and though I had a smaller suite, I thought I could easily live in it for years. The spa is first rate, the pool area is large enough for all and the cabana we used was just far enough from the actual pool that we felt we had a private party with a dipping pool right in front of us. I wish I had photos of the room to share but this photo is the view I had from my room. Really a spectacular view and I was glad I had it.
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FromUS$85
4.2/531 Reviews
South of The Strip
I love staying at this resort. It's right across the street from South Point so you can walk there to see movies, bowl, gamble or eat at any of the many restaurants available. The kitchen has a full size refrigerator/stove and dishwasher as well as dishes, utensils and pots/pans enough to do basic cooking. I really love that there is a washer/dryer combo in the room so that I can do laundry before I go home and have no dirty clothes.
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FromUS$260
3.6/534 Reviews
Las Vegas Strip
The first night we got a dirty ass room like beyond dirty the balcony had dry blood on it everything in the room was filthy ended up staying there one night then spoke to the front desk to request a new room or refund the lady was very nice and cooperative and explained the room were were given are for locals in need of cheap rooms so we got a upgraded room it ended up being nice and clean I was satisfied with my stay afterwards and it felt comfortable to sleep there
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FromUS$78