Hotels Near Torrey Pines Golf Course In La Jolla

4.2/5Very Good14 Reviews
0.04km from Torrey Pines Golf Course
There are two restaurants, the restaurant is closer to the golf course and the service is very good. Extra beds are available at the accommodation, but a butler service is provided before going to bed at night. There is a garage. You can park by yourself or valet. My door is parked by myself. The parking fee is about $ 30 a night, right? I don't remember the price clearly. The environment is very good, suitable for taking children to travel, to Sea World, urban areas, wildlife parks are convenient. I didn't take a lot of pictures, I just took a photo of the golf course in the hotel and it was open to the public. There are two golf courses in the south and north. It is cheap for locals to play for about $ 40, but it costs about $ 240 for outsiders.
SOLD OUT
4.1/5Very Good15 Reviews
0.31km from Torrey Pines Golf Course
The grounds were beautiful and well kept, our room was a great size and bathroom was spotless. The girls were the front desk were nice as well! We just had some encounters we did not appreciate. A moment after we drove up and I had just got off our truck to grab my purse and suitcase, we were already approached and told to move our vehicle for valet. No big deal, just a tad inconvenient. We just had to bring our truck around a second time to unload. The next morning at breakfast I wanted to sit in a certain area because all the other tables were dirty, then was told by management to leave that area. When I told them them if we can clean the tables, they told us sit at another table that had prints all over it. The waiter was nice however. I was also in line waiting to turn in my room key around 15 minutes and another customer cut me off right when I was about to be attended, turned around and just told me "he just had to", and no one said anything regarding that encounter. I understand some things are beyond the workers control as I have also worked in customer service. However, these encounters made me feel like I did not receive equal respect or consideration as other high-paying guests. Considering this hotel was quite pricey already. Parking was an additional $33 per night and we bought 5 waterbottles for $26 in the lobby store while other customers with Hilton loyalty were given 2 free bottles. This is not directed directly towards any employees, I just think all this has to do more with the Hilton Hotel name. I have had much better experiences at cheaper hotels. This was just an example of how famous names don't mean much when you charge us for the most miniscule amenities that should just come with the pricey room fee. That is common courtesy. Not impressed. If I could rate your ambience, it would get one star. Stay here only if you are into golfing and have money to throw away.
FromUS$259
4.8/5Outstanding101 Reviews
3.84km from Torrey Pines Golf Course
This is the best family-friendly budget hotel we have encountered in the United States. The parking fee is $ 18 and the price is reasonable. There is ample parking space for free access. The room was very clean, the beds were large and comfortable. Bring your own kitchenette and basic kitchen tools. If you are staying at a hotel with a bear, it is recommended that you choose the first floor. The sound insulation of the floor is not good, which will affect the residents. The American breakfast is great, especially the bacon and various fruits. The staff were very friendly and friendly, and the stay was great.
FromUS$279
4.6/5Outstanding41 Reviews
4.11km from Torrey Pines Golf Course
The hotel location is particularly good, the surrounding special restaurants have good tastes, there are seafood, cheese fondue, there is a very good shopping plaza 1 km away, there is a supermarket, electronics city, California pizza, parking fee 30 per night Knife
FromUS$259
4.5/5Excellent39 Reviews
4.38km from Torrey Pines Golf Course
Hotel location is OK, not far from Din Tai Fung, there are also McDonald's nearby. Breakfast did not eat, too expensive. In San Diego, this price is okay. The service must be spit out, there is no washing in the hotel, shower caps and slippers, you have to call. I called more than 9 o'clock on the first night, and I didn't send it until I fell asleep at 1 o'clock. The next morning, I went out to say hello to the waiter. I didn’t come back at night, until I called again the next night. It is estimated that the business is too busy to take care of it. Pay attention to parking for 30 knives a day, or register online for the member, otherwise 12.5 knives / 24 hours.
FromUS$238
4.9/5Perfect8 Reviews
5.63km from Torrey Pines Golf Course
We stayed here for 4 nights in a third floor ocean front king room. Upon check in they had a first floor room for us, but we requested a third floor and they accommodated our request without hesitation. We did have to wait a few hours longer but we still checked in early. When we got to our room there was a lovely card and bottle of champagne from the hotel as my husband had mentioned we were there celebrating my fortieth birthday. I loved that they were so thoughtful! Our room 340 overlooked the beach and was almost next to the boat launch area. We quickly noticed that on the beach below this was the area that the local kayak companies came to unload and conduct their classes to set tourists out on adventures. It was good people watching for sure. The room itself was nicely appointed and clearly had been updated. The bed was comfortable but the pillows are super soft. You know the kind where you lay on it and your head sinks to the mattress. There aren’t a ton of outlets but we made it work. The shower head is quite low, for me I’m only 5’2” and I thought it seemed low but my husband is 6’5” so it was a little challenging for him. The room though was airy and felt beach. It was really nice. Here’s things to be aware of, at least in our experience. The first night we had our sliding door cracked open to hear the ocean, at 5am we heard a ton of boats being unloaded. It was loud! So we closed the door and turned the air on which itself is quite loud. Secondly every morning we were there city workers would come out to clean under the boat launch area with a big tube attached to a giant truck and also pressure wash the area. So no mornings sipping coffee on the balcony listening to the ocean. More like listening to the very loud whirl of machinery. This started anywhere from 7-9am and would last about two hours or so. That was a huge disappointment. I’m not sure if this is an every day thing but it was while we were there. Will we go back? Absolutely! But we will be sure to ask for a room as far away from the boat launch side just to be on the safe side. With the sweeping views, airy hotel, kind staff and easy walkability plus, beach access and accommodations this is a lovely place to stay, even with the noise issues.
FromUS$389
4.5/5Excellent19 Reviews
5.96km from Torrey Pines Golf Course
A hotel full of Southern California style, the favorite is its sea position, you can see the sunset on the balcony. More than 6 floors, the view is wide, starting from 4 pm in the summer, drinking a cup of coffee on the balcony, sunning the sun, waiting for the sunset, you can get rid of all the troubles.
FromUS$324
4.8/5Outstanding13 Reviews
6.74km from Torrey Pines Golf Course
The room is small but the terrace is very nice. The view is very beautiful. The facilities are old. The service is warm. We parked the car in the parking lot of a business building on the right hand side of the hotel.
FromUS$524
5/5Perfect11 Reviews
6.96km from Torrey Pines Golf Course
A very good hotel, all aspects are impeccable. It has a sense of history and feels like it is in Europe. The facilities and services are especially good and the location is excellent. I hope I can stay again.
FromUS$289
2.5/511 Reviews
8.76km from Torrey Pines Golf Course
My friend, her two teen daughters and I recently stayed at the Shoal La Jolla. She has a room with two queen beds and a shower/tub combo while I had a king room with a large walk in shower. Location: we found the location to be wonderful!! It was so close (about 5 minutes walking) to Windansea Beach! IMO the best beach in La Jolla. Parking is free at the Shoal which is a rarity in San Diego. We found a parking spot every day and were there for 3 nights. I had spoken and emailed with Tricia and she was so friendly and helpful. Chris checked us in and had great recommendations for restaurants. The only off part was I called direct to the hotel to make a reservation and the gal that answered seemed confused. She asked for my number to return my call but never called back. I made my reservations online on the Shoal site with no issues. Room: My king room had a comfortable bed, plenty of room, a fridge, microwave, safe, huge tv, alarm clock, USB ports, a coffee maker that accepts KCups. The room came with 3 kcups or pods and one tea pod. There was shampoo, conditioner, and shower gel provided in the shower and soap and lotion available on the vanity. No free breakfast, not sure if that is due to Covid or this hotel doesn’t offer that amenity. We didn’t mind as we like to eat breakfast out. It was a nice surprise they offered beach chairs! I heard they offer beach towels but I brought my own just in case. The bathroom had a little nightlight equipped which I loved!! We loved the Shoal and will definitely stay here again! Very reasonably priced! Everyone was wearing a mask and I saw two staff members sanitizing bicycles for guests. I assume they are included for guests use. Highly recommend!!
FromUS$237
4.8/5Outstanding14 Reviews
8.83km from Torrey Pines Golf Course
The hotel is a little further from the beach. If you walk, it is a bit far away! Others are good, the deposit has not been returned to me after leaving the store!
FromUS$309

Show more

Hotels Near Torrey Pines Golf Course In La Jolla Review

4.8/5101 Reviews
This is the best family-friendly budget hotel we have encountered in the United States. The parking fee is $ 18 and the price is reasonable. There is ample parking space for free access. The room was very clean, the beds were large and comfortable. Bring your own kitchenette and basic kitchen tools. If you are staying at a hotel with a bear, it is recommended that you choose the first floor. The sound insulation of the floor is not good, which will affect the residents. The American breakfast is great, especially the bacon and various fruits. The staff were very friendly and friendly, and the stay was great.
Show more
FromUS$279
5/511 Reviews
A very good hotel, all aspects are impeccable. It has a sense of history and feels like it is in Europe. The facilities and services are especially good and the location is excellent. I hope I can stay again.
Show more
FromUS$289
4.9/58 Reviews
We stayed here for 4 nights in a third floor ocean front king room. Upon check in they had a first floor room for us, but we requested a third floor and they accommodated our request without hesitation. We did have to wait a few hours longer but we still checked in early. When we got to our room there was a lovely card and bottle of champagne from the hotel as my husband had mentioned we were there celebrating my fortieth birthday. I loved that they were so thoughtful! Our room 340 overlooked the beach and was almost next to the boat launch area. We quickly noticed that on the beach below this was the area that the local kayak companies came to unload and conduct their classes to set tourists out on adventures. It was good people watching for sure. The room itself was nicely appointed and clearly had been updated. The bed was comfortable but the pillows are super soft. You know the kind where you lay on it and your head sinks to the mattress. There aren’t a ton of outlets but we made it work. The shower head is quite low, for me I’m only 5’2” and I thought it seemed low but my husband is 6’5” so it was a little challenging for him. The room though was airy and felt beach. It was really nice. Here’s things to be aware of, at least in our experience. The first night we had our sliding door cracked open to hear the ocean, at 5am we heard a ton of boats being unloaded. It was loud! So we closed the door and turned the air on which itself is quite loud. Secondly every morning we were there city workers would come out to clean under the boat launch area with a big tube attached to a giant truck and also pressure wash the area. So no mornings sipping coffee on the balcony listening to the ocean. More like listening to the very loud whirl of machinery. This started anywhere from 7-9am and would last about two hours or so. That was a huge disappointment. I’m not sure if this is an every day thing but it was while we were there. Will we go back? Absolutely! But we will be sure to ask for a room as far away from the boat launch side just to be on the safe side. With the sweeping views, airy hotel, kind staff and easy walkability plus, beach access and accommodations this is a lovely place to stay, even with the noise issues.
Show more
FromUS$389
4.6/515 Reviews
For an inn, the Inn by the Sea is decent. It has a fairly good location, although it is not really "next" or "by" the sea, rather it is "near" the sea. Nonetheless, you have a narrow and partial view of the ocean from the window. There is a guest longe area that is quite good for coffee, snack, etc. next to the pool. The service is good and the facility is also adequate. However, depending on which side they put you in, one side overlook an empty parking lot, but the other side will be opposite to another apartment building directly across a back alley. Since my room didnt have a thick second-layer curtain but only a thin and semi-transparent one, there are some privacy issues. Moreover, summer morning light can come up early so one cant really sleep in. Otherwise, it is a decent place to stay in the La Jolla Cove area.
Show more
FromUS$176
4.5/519 Reviews
A hotel full of Southern California style, the favorite is its sea position, you can see the sunset on the balcony. More than 6 floors, the view is wide, starting from 4 pm in the summer, drinking a cup of coffee on the balcony, sunning the sun, waiting for the sunset, you can get rid of all the troubles.
Show more
FromUS$324
4.5/539 Reviews
Hotel location is OK, not far from Din Tai Fung, there are also McDonald's nearby. Breakfast did not eat, too expensive. In San Diego, this price is okay. The service must be spit out, there is no washing in the hotel, shower caps and slippers, you have to call. I called more than 9 o'clock on the first night, and I didn't send it until I fell asleep at 1 o'clock. The next morning, I went out to say hello to the waiter. I didn’t come back at night, until I called again the next night. It is estimated that the business is too busy to take care of it. Pay attention to parking for 30 knives a day, or register online for the member, otherwise 12.5 knives / 24 hours.
Show more
FromUS$238
2.5/511 Reviews
My friend, her two teen daughters and I recently stayed at the Shoal La Jolla. She has a room with two queen beds and a shower/tub combo while I had a king room with a large walk in shower. Location: we found the location to be wonderful!! It was so close (about 5 minutes walking) to Windansea Beach! IMO the best beach in La Jolla. Parking is free at the Shoal which is a rarity in San Diego. We found a parking spot every day and were there for 3 nights. I had spoken and emailed with Tricia and she was so friendly and helpful. Chris checked us in and had great recommendations for restaurants. The only off part was I called direct to the hotel to make a reservation and the gal that answered seemed confused. She asked for my number to return my call but never called back. I made my reservations online on the Shoal site with no issues. Room: My king room had a comfortable bed, plenty of room, a fridge, microwave, safe, huge tv, alarm clock, USB ports, a coffee maker that accepts KCups. The room came with 3 kcups or pods and one tea pod. There was shampoo, conditioner, and shower gel provided in the shower and soap and lotion available on the vanity. No free breakfast, not sure if that is due to Covid or this hotel doesn’t offer that amenity. We didn’t mind as we like to eat breakfast out. It was a nice surprise they offered beach chairs! I heard they offer beach towels but I brought my own just in case. The bathroom had a little nightlight equipped which I loved!! We loved the Shoal and will definitely stay here again! Very reasonably priced! Everyone was wearing a mask and I saw two staff members sanitizing bicycles for guests. I assume they are included for guests use. Highly recommend!!
Show more
FromUS$237
4.8/513 Reviews
The room is small but the terrace is very nice. The view is very beautiful. The facilities are old. The service is warm. We parked the car in the parking lot of a business building on the right hand side of the hotel.
Show more
FromUS$524
4.1/515 Reviews
The grounds were beautiful and well kept, our room was a great size and bathroom was spotless. The girls were the front desk were nice as well! We just had some encounters we did not appreciate. A moment after we drove up and I had just got off our truck to grab my purse and suitcase, we were already approached and told to move our vehicle for valet. No big deal, just a tad inconvenient. We just had to bring our truck around a second time to unload. The next morning at breakfast I wanted to sit in a certain area because all the other tables were dirty, then was told by management to leave that area. When I told them them if we can clean the tables, they told us sit at another table that had prints all over it. The waiter was nice however. I was also in line waiting to turn in my room key around 15 minutes and another customer cut me off right when I was about to be attended, turned around and just told me "he just had to", and no one said anything regarding that encounter. I understand some things are beyond the workers control as I have also worked in customer service. However, these encounters made me feel like I did not receive equal respect or consideration as other high-paying guests. Considering this hotel was quite pricey already. Parking was an additional $33 per night and we bought 5 waterbottles for $26 in the lobby store while other customers with Hilton loyalty were given 2 free bottles. This is not directed directly towards any employees, I just think all this has to do more with the Hilton Hotel name. I have had much better experiences at cheaper hotels. This was just an example of how famous names don't mean much when you charge us for the most miniscule amenities that should just come with the pricey room fee. That is common courtesy. Not impressed. If I could rate your ambience, it would get one star. Stay here only if you are into golfing and have money to throw away.
Show more
FromUS$259
4.6/541 Reviews
The hotel location is particularly good, the surrounding special restaurants have good tastes, there are seafood, cheese fondue, there is a very good shopping plaza 1 km away, there is a supermarket, electronics city, California pizza, parking fee 30 per night Knife
Show more
FromUS$259
4.8/514 Reviews
The hotel is a little further from the beach. If you walk, it is a bit far away! Others are good, the deposit has not been returned to me after leaving the store!
Show more
FromUS$309
3.9/5303 Reviews
Las Vegas Strip
Due to COVID we didn't really get service like that but the facility was beautiful and i loved exploring the ******. The food we ate the night we arrived was really good especially the chicken strips at the STRAT cafe. The room was nice but in the bathroom the toilet seat was already broken and i almost fell in other than that everything was well aside from the pool being closed.
Show more
FromUS$36
4.2/528 Reviews
Downtown - Fremont Street
Booked a random room for the hotel. When I arrived, I gave a smoking room and said there was no choice, but it was too bad. I added 30 US dollars to upgrade and the room was just as bad. Still facing the most noisy street, the windows were not soundproofed at all, and it was difficult to wait a second, let alone sleep ... Finally, I added 50 US dollars to wait until the latest building to live. The rest of the rooms are about 1-2 stars. There is a feeling that the low price will lie to you and let you increase the price. You will not order this plan online again !! This sales method is too bad ...
Show more
FromUS$67
4.2/5289 Reviews
Las Vegas Strip
He brought his son here seven years ago, and the impact of this epidemic has changed from South America to returning to Vegas or staying here. The resort fee has risen to $ 44, and the room is still the same as before, and it looks old. But the price is still relatively low on the strip The downstairs casino business is booming, but it should be closed now. This epidemic is really hot in the world. The airport uber came here for more than 20 knives.
Show more
FromUS$123
4.6/5183 Reviews
Las Vegas Strip
moved to this hotel right after the new year. registered at the reception at 12 pm, promised to send an SMS when the number is ready. waited until 15:30 pm and never sent anything. I had to go to the Reception with my things again, stand in line and ask for check-in. when they reapplied, another employee named Helena spoke to us, she professionally solved our issue in 10 minutes and immediately settled us on the 42nd floor, as we had originally asked, higher. it was the Studio overlooking the fountains of Bellagio. the room itself is spacious, clean, equipped with everything you need. the room has a bathrobe and slippers, which you will not find in other hotels. amazing view. the only thing is, the quality of the bedding and the bed are not the best. the quality of sleep is average. also in two days no one has ever removed the room. otherwise the hotel is good, conveniently located, with nice restaurants inside.
Show more
FromUS$187
4.2/5183 Reviews
Las Vegas Strip
Stay was excellent as always great price for the room we stayed in. Last time we had the Octavious king room this time we stayed in the Palace Studio King and IMO it was much nicer and a better deal! This hotel is clean and in a good location right in the middle of everything on the strip. Parking is free with hotel stay as well as Wifi but no Fridge which kinda sucks but could manage without one. Will stay again if the price is right!
Show more
FromUS$99
4.5/51593 Reviews
Las Vegas Strip
My husband and I stayed at this hotel for New Year 2021. for an additional fee of $ 40 per day, we were accommodated on a high floor overlooking the High Roller and Bellagio fountains. the room was lovely, large with a very comfortable bed and quality linens. I have been to Las Vegas more than once and have stayed in the best hotels, but the quality of sleep in Venice is at the highest level. the hotel is very conveniently located with many excellent restaurants inside. room cleaning was every day. the hotel gave the very best experience. will definitely return to it again.
Show more
FromUS$141
4.2/5156 Reviews
Las Vegas Strip
The location of the hotel is very good, and it is convenient to go out and go. The hotel is opposite the participating hotel in Antelope Valley. Don't worry. The hotel room was clean and hygienic. The windows could not be opened. Everything else was satisfactory. The key was that it was super cost-effective. I booked more than 200 yuan a night in advance. The price for a day is high. I used a kiosk to check in and assign to a room with a ferris wheel view. Although the floor is not high, the view is equally good and very satisfied. The hotel is really too big. The last one is a picture of this hotel on the Ferris wheel. There are hundreds of rooms on the first floor of the hotel, and there are many rooms on the 28th floor. Hotels like this have two ice makers on the floor and you can buy drinks such as cola. If you want to drink hot water, you can ask the staff at the restaurant in the casino downstairs to give you a free glass or two. Of course drinks are free to drink in the casino, but tips are required. There are many places to eat nearby, so I did not eat breakfast at the hotel. I used to eat directly in other hotels. There are many choices nearby. It is very convenient to see the Paragon Fountain at night and see the fire in the mirage. Overall, this hotel is super cost-effective. If you want to shoot a car, the parking fee is $ 15 per night. The only downside is that I missed a T-shirt and reacted to the hotel. In the end, there was no result, but the journey was just fine. When we left, we saw too many people waiting in line to check out. We also used the self-service machine to check out quickly and easily. Wi-Fi is available in public places and rooms such as casinos. Fill in the information and use Wi-Fi. There are no additional Wi-Fi charges on the bill. I don't know if the low floor is too close to the downstairs casino, the default casino Wi-Fi so the money is forfeited.
Show more
FromUS$45
4.1/5346 Reviews
Las Vegas Strip
The hotel is super big and tired from walking. The proportion of service staff is high and the attitude is good. There are many restaurants to choose from, including Chinese, Western, Italian and Japanese. The fitness center was closed early, and the outdoor swimming pool just closed when I went there, and it looked good. Different bands sing in the lobby every night. The rooms are spacious and clean, but have no furniture, desks and chairs. There is a light rail in front of the hotel, and the exhibition center next door is very convenient. The holiday tax collected is not the same as that written on Ctrip. Pay attention when checking out.
Show more
FromUS$66
3.5/554 Reviews
Las Vegas Strip
Great hotel near the airport. Made it to Las Vegas at 1am and service was great. Check in took less than five minutes. A huge plus was the fact that I could get food from the Hooter’s restaurant and go to my room. The restaurant stays open until 6am I think. The hotel was quiet and the bed was very soft and comfortable, something much needed after a long flight. For this price, I’ll definitely be staying here again to save money.
Show more
FromUS$54
4.2/5271 Reviews
Las Vegas Strip
Overall, we were disappointed and had much higher exoectations. If I had it to do over, I would have chosen Venetian or New York Las Vegas. Service is minimal. Check in is via a kiosk which complicated things if it doesn't work for you. Then, our keycards did not work in the garage....back to the line and kiosk which didn't work properly the first time. The hotel is very very crowded all the time. The layout is not ideal because you can relax and enjoy the Paris ambiance due to the crowds with luggage coming and going at all times. The other themed resorts seem to have that in a different area. The room looked old and needed refurbished or updated. The tub had a nasty stain in it. The rooms are very basic, so you are paying for the Paris lobby which is just crowded and stressful. The tower is with the visit but the hotel itself is not. Stay in a better option and visit this one while walking the strip. Best point, centrally located. Would not stay again not recommend this resort.
Show more
FromUS$79
4.5/516 Reviews
Downtown - Fremont Street
Hotels in Las Vegas have resort fees and no breakfast. There are performances in the hotel, blue men (to see the baby), and air show (suitable for gay men), very convenient, check in directly There is an escalator next to the front desk to go to the second floor, the performance hall, and buying tickets are all there. I arrived on the day and bought tickets for the night directly. I also took a photo with Blue Man at the end. Dad said that the air show was also worth the fare.
Show more
FromUS$49
4.4/5232 Reviews
West of The Strip
The tallest hotel on this trip to the United States The location is easy to find. Follow Google Navigation directly. Please note that if you do n’t want to pay for parking for a valet, you must take the drop off channel or drive directly to the self-parking parking building. The first floor of this parking building is for For uber and taxis, self-parking is available for free on the second floor and above. The distance from the parking building to the hotel lobby is not close. Take the elevator to the 3rd floor of the parking building, and then pass through the casino. Pay attention to the hotel lobby, which is where the check in is located. It was 5 pm when I went there, and the self-check-in was not easy to use, so I could only queue up. Our group of 3 people booked 2 rooms for about 10 minutes. Yes, no breakfast. The check out was self-service, very convenient, and the deposit was refunded at that time. Talking about the hotel, the elevator is very fast, the room is clean, no odor, good sound insulation, the room is very large, the linen is very clean and comfortable, the bathing and changing rooms are very large, but it ’s just passing by vagas, there is no permanent residence. There are famous Sichuan restaurants in the surrounding area which can be reached on foot.
Show more
FromUS$29
4.1/5276 Reviews
Las Vegas Strip
The location was great because it was right on the Vegas strip and a lot of things were in walking distance. Food court was right up the excavators. ****** was downstairs. I didn't like the fact that there was no fridge or microwave in the rooms.
Show more
FromUS$34
4.6/51062 Reviews
Las Vegas Strip
I love it there very pampered like *** Lamonte i think that was his name valet very informational great service Dada was happy asf so we good all over the board very luxury i was like *** in paradise i will be staying again beautiful hotel one thing if you see me outside in the designated smoking section dont come asking me do i need help if i didnt ask you one of the overnight valets came being extra like i flagged him tf down it was annoying like boy get tf on
Show more
FromUS$127
4.2/5245 Reviews
Las Vegas Strip
The hotel is relatively old and not the biggest, but it is really attentive for Chinese tourists. It is set for the convenience of watching the 0 show, but the overall cost performance is still very good. After all, Caesar, Belle, and the Venetian are a few hundred more expensive. If you are traveling to Las Vegas for a family and you don't want to gamble, you should stay a little farther from the resort hotel, because the casino is on the first floor of the hotel. Oh yes, the hotel breakfast is delicious! !! !!
Show more
FromUS$169
4.2/578 Reviews
Downtown - Fremont Street
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
Show more
FromUS$47
4/5184 Reviews
Las Vegas Strip
In Las Vegas on the weekends, the hotel is a bit expensive, so I chose the cheaper Luxor with a different style. I heard that the rooms in Luxor's Pyramid are quite old, so I chose the tower. The hotels in Las Vegas are all colorful, the hotel room facilities are very good, and the rooms are quite large. The hotel pool is closed during winter. The Las Vegas rooms all need to pay a resort fee, Luxor $ 39.68, parking $ 10 for 24 hours, access by room card, which is not bad.
Show more
FromUS$64
4.4/551 Reviews
Las Vegas Strip
This is a newly renovated and stylish hotel. In addition to the new sanitary ware, I especially like the lighting inlaid around the floor-to-ceiling mirror in the room as the room's lighting. It is really elegant and stylish. Friends who want to decorate their houses can learn from it! There are also stylish hairstyles on the curtains for watching concerts and moving head photos, very special! Generally, the curtains are mostly natural scenery such as flowers, birds, landscapes, etc. This designer does not follow the flow, but has caught my eye. Every detail reveals ‘fashion’. It is a highly recommended hotel. If you have to pick a shortcoming, the RESORT FEE (resort fee) is quite expensive. I don't know how much other four-star hotels cost? Anyway, I paid US $ 43.03 / night for RESORT FEE, which is more expensive than the room rate per night. There is also the geographical location at the end of the most prosperous S LAS VEGAS BLVD (North). It may be a little far away for walking tourists, so it gave 4 points on the overall evaluation of "environment". However, in terms of cost-effectiveness (the same four-star ranking is lower than the previous house prices) and brand-new facilities, the location is biased. There are not a few tourists who hold the same view as me. After passing the hotel reception several times, I will always see the long queues of CHECK IN, CHECK OUT.
Show more
FromUS$49
4/5121 Reviews
Las Vegas Strip
Below the hotel is the Ferris wheel 🎡, and there are many restaurants 🍴! Clean and comfortable, the location is very good, across the road from Caesars Palace. Uber can drop off in front of the hotel. The parking lot costs 15 knives 24 hours a day.
Show more
FromUS$45