Tropicana Las Vegas - a DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel
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Stay at the stylish and recently refurbished Tropicana Las Vegas – A DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel and enjoy a South Beach vibe as well as a fresh redesign and a wealth of amenities. Head to The Strip for unrivalled entertainment, pay a visit to the extraordinary Red Rock Canyon or try your luck at one of the many famous Las Vegas casinos.
All of the guest rooms at the Tropicana Las Vegas – a DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel are light and modern in design. Each come with custom-designed furnishings, luxurious mattresses, room service, a 42-inch LCD TV and a private bathroom to ensure you have a great stay.
The hotel also provides a large, enhanced casino and a range of new restaurants that have quickly become a selection of Las Vegas’ best. Guests can rejuvenate in the Glow Mandara Spa or take a dip in the palatial swimming pool. Entertainment can be found in the all-new Tropicana Theatre, Laugh Factory and Tropicana Lounge.
Hotel Facilities & Services
- 24 hour front desk
- Lift to all Floors
- Multilingual Staff
- Concierge Desk
- Internet Access
- Air Conditioning
- Room Service Not 24hr: Yes
- Non Smoking Rooms
- Iron/Ironing Board
- Parking at Hotel Free: Yes
- Outdoor Pool Free: No
- Treatment Rooms
- Gym Free: No
- Name: McCarran International Airport (Las Vegas)
- Distance: 2.9 kilometres
- Cots/Cribs Free: No
Bar and Restaurant
- Bar in Hotel
- Restaurant in hotel
- Highchairs available
- Nearest Airport Name: Mccarran International Airport (Las Vegas) Distance: 2.9 kilometres
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TripAdvisor Traveller Rating
- Overall: based on 11556 reviews
- Sleep Quality:
Large, clean rooms in OK hotel
Stay Date: 06/2017, RedShoesNottingham wrote this review.
I've stayed in several hotels on the Las Vegas strip and the Tropicana has all you'd expect from a Las Vegas hotel, but without so much glitz and glamour. The rooms were large and clean. The casino is rather small. The pool is uninspirational. St… See more
I've stayed in several hotels on the Las Vegas strip and the Tropicana has all you'd expect from a Las Vegas hotel, but without so much glitz and glamour. The rooms were large and clean. The casino is rather small. The pool is uninspirational. Staff aren't all that great. Check in was fine. Barmaid was rude. Valet was non-existent, and when they were there it was a little chaotic to say the least. I'd stay again, as prices are good and it is well located, but there are definitely better hotels on The Strip. Collapse
Stay Date: 06/2017, gerry1946 wrote this review.
Great 5 nights in the Tropicana.The hotel is small by comparison with others on the strip,but that suited us.We booked the hotel through Virgin Holidays.When we arrived we checked in with a lady called Gaudy and when I asked for an upgrade to a city … See more
Great 5 nights in the Tropicana.The hotel is small by comparison with others on the strip,but that suited us.We booked the hotel through Virgin Holidays.When we arrived we checked in with a lady called Gaudy and when I asked for an upgrade to a city view room(which Virgin customers get if available)she said straight away no but she would do us an uprgrade for $50 a night for a suite,which I think was her intention anyway.Not a pleasant person at all,compared to every one else we encountered.So we were put in the bungalows which was a bit of a walk from reception.When we arrived we were very pleased with room,decor and facilities,until my wife opened the doors onto the balcony and found our view was the back of the hotel where all the bins were put.She became quite upset as we on the first floor so could not miss them.I went to the Virgin office to ask if we could be moved.I bumped into a lady in the lift on the way to the office and it turns out she was the Virgin manager named Gloria.She could not do enough for us and was very sympathetic and could see my wife was upset,as this her birthday treat(that week) and our 50th anniversary celebration(1st July).She got a lady called Nancy to deal with us to arrange for us to be moved the next day(which she did).Just before we left Gloria gave us a bottle of champagne and two glasses,40$ of a meal at the Hard Rock Cafe and a 20% discount card for the food outlets in the Tropicana.When we got our room the next day it was right next to reception on the 14th floor with a city(hey presto Gaudy) and was a lovely room.The reason I gave the hotel a 4out 5 was there were a few facilties missing through work being done.There only one small bar by the casino and a nicer one near the lift which was fine.The rest of the hotel staff were excellent and very helpful Collapse
I expected a clean room.. when I arrived didn't get that after the second trip to the front desk
Stay Date: 06/2017, 925damonm wrote this review.
This was not the experience that I expected from this establishment.. had I not been attending a wedding in this hotel I definitely would have went somewhere else... not worth the money I was very disappointed.
This was not the experience that I expected from this establishment.. had I not been attending a wedding in this hotel I definitely would have went somewhere else... not worth the money I was very disappointed. Collapse
OK place, but not for me.
Stay Date: 06/2017, eydie68 wrote this review.
I had not been at the Tropicana for a few years. One thing I always liked about it was that it was still a little bit of old time Vegas. Not anymore. After I had booked it I went to check the night before we were arriving to see if they had in hous… See more
I had not been at the Tropicana for a few years. One thing I always liked about it was that it was still a little bit of old time Vegas. Not anymore. After I had booked it I went to check the night before we were arriving to see if they had in house fridge (they don't) I then noticed that they opened their pool to the public??? Too late for me to cancel to not pay for first day, so decided to stay there. When we arrived we accidentally parked in the lot that was for the locals. We had to move it as they told us we would be towed if we didn't have NV plates. I waited in the lobby while my husband parked the car. Used Valet as it is free, other than tipping. I saw this guy and woman who could only be described as nasty. Actually visibly dirty in their swimsuits. I had noticed them earlier in the locals lot. They were obviously there for the pool (more like a bath), so their was no way I was going to go into the pool. So I have to pay over 30$ resort fee for the pool but the locals use it free? The hotel had been remodeled and now looked stark like any of the other hotels. I commented to one of the staff about that and she said the only thing they kept was the name Tropicana and that might not last for long. I will say the best thing about the place is that the staff is very friendly if nothing else. I asked for an upgrade and the desk said of course. Got to the room and obviously not an upgrade, just what I originally booked. It was a nice room anyway. Don't know if other rooms had this problem but toilette refills very slowly. I kept jiggling handle as I thought it was stuck. Went to concierge for help with something. I always though they were suppose to make things happen. He was friendly but didn't do anything I couldn't already do on my lap top. Another reason we chose T was because of the walkway directly to MGM. Well found out that it was shut down for what ever reason. There are no crosswalks there. So to get to MGM you had to cross over to Excaliber, cross to NYNY and then to MGM. Very pleasant in over 100 degree weather. The Tropicana use to have a very nice buffet....that was gone. Three pricey restaurants. One old school Vegas: Rich Little was playing there. We went, good show but obviously for older people as Im sure many young people would not know who he was imitating. So this is not a bad place, friendly staff, and it was busy so others must like it but it was not for me and won't stay there again. Collapse
Good times at Trop
Stay Date: 06/2017, HumAFewBars wrote this review.
In LV for the WSOP and decided to go old school for my stay. Trop has completely renovated in the past 2 years and ditched the 1950's Polynesian motif with a modern decor. Entire staff was very friendly, from the desk to the floor personnel. Rooms… See more
In LV for the WSOP and decided to go old school for my stay. Trop has completely renovated in the past 2 years and ditched the 1950's Polynesian motif with a modern decor. Entire staff was very friendly, from the desk to the floor personnel. Rooms still are dated but for the price a good deal. Plus casino offers low limit tables that aren't crowded, which is great for the casual player. And the convenience of walking right out to the strip, well, it works for me. Downside is the bridge to MGM is closed so have to walk farther to get to that side of blvd. no biggie and the exercise is a plus. Pool area was relaxed and plenty of places to lay out, but in 112 degree heat the shade of the walkway proved to be invaluable. Overall I'd stay again when solo, but the wife prefers Vdara and their higher end amenities. One note... if you are thinking of heading downtown forget about it. Fremont Street is a pit and there is nothing left of old LV there worthy of the ride. Collapse
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