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 11411 reviews
- Sleep Quality:
Friendly Staff But Needs Renovation & Changes
Stay Date: 05/2017, 988michelle wrote this review.
Just returned from an eight night stay in a Bungalow room at the Trop. The staff was very friendly but the accommodations were less than imagined or expected. Room Location: The first Bungalow that I was placed in was the last room in the hallway… See more
Just returned from an eight night stay in a Bungalow room at the Trop. The staff was very friendly but the accommodations were less than imagined or expected. Room Location: The first Bungalow that I was placed in was the last room in the hallway, with the balcony curtain open, my view was the building wall. It was musty and smelled. A quick call to the front desk allowed a very friendly rep to move me without question. She had security meet me at the new room to allow entry and the bell man to bring the new room's keys up to eliminate the need for me to drag my luggage back down to the front desk just to get a key. Room: The new room's decor was older but appeared clean. Think 80's wicker style with browns, burgundy being passed off as an 'Island Decor' Had one seating chair w/ end table and reading lamp. A vanity/desk area and two night stands. Radio, charging station, hair dryer, iron, etc. Loved the fact that there was an in-room safe. Some casinos think a safe is optional. There was a limited number of hangers but plenty of space in the dresser. Getting dressed and ready for the day was challenging due to the lack of light. There are plenty of lamps but they don't illuminate the room very well. Even with all of them on, I found myself getting dressed, opening the curtain to be able to get a better look, shut, change into something else etc. I typically had to open the curtain to be able to locate just about anything in my room. If you're getting dressed at night or trying to find something after dark, good luck! The A/C could not be set lower than 68* which I understood to an extent but despite the atypical cooler weather that week, I often woke up sweating and would swear that it never felt 'hotel room' cold, much less 68*. It made for miserable sleep. The bathroom was very clean but not sure who designed it. There were as a hook for bathrobe on door but no other hanging devices for towels, swimsuit, washcloth etc. The lack of a grab bar or seat in the all tile shower made shaving very precarious. The hotel has a laminated postcard size notice that in an effort to be more energy efficient, earth friendly, green etc. that they do not change sheets and towels every day. If you would like your sheets changed in between those times, please leave the placard on the bed; otherwise your bed will simply made up each day. Pretty much the same with the towels - leave the dirty ones on floor of bathroom and they'll remove and replace with clean. Well, I have no problem with this except - there were no hooks to hang up the blasted towels to dry or to keep them off the floor. With a room that doesn't get cool, the sheets had to be changed daily and I elected to shower each morning and at night to wash the day's sweat, casino smoke and such off as well. Not a very eco-friendly predicament. Casino: Incredibly nice staff and quick to deal with any shenanigans. Some were like a bad first date, looking around and not engaging with the people at their tables. The casino itself is small with two pits and slot machines. The main pit up front consisted of one craps table, one roulette, one three card poker, two blackjack w/ free spins on wheel, three other blackjack tables, and one pai gow table. Despite not having a progressive, three card poker seemed to be a preference of a lot of the guests that week but with only one table open, people often stood waiting for a seat to open up, played something else and complained that they didn't want to play xyz or opted to leave the casino floor. The management seemed reluctant to open the second pit or change what games were being played. If occupancy did not warrant opening the second pit, the better call would have been to shut down one of the black jack tables located near the roulette table and had a second three card poker table. The slot machines - lacked a lot of the ones found in other casinos. The ones with 'spitfires' or 'bonus free games' were not very generous with giving the free spins. I put $100 in a Triple 7's 25cent slot with $1.25 max bet and not once hit bonus. This happened on a lot of them, which is not typical at other casinos. A lot of players said that their slots are not consistent and are hit/miss and that other locations were more giving. Restaurants - can't give much input here. Tried to go to the Beach Cafe several times and despite empty tables, there was a wait (not enough staff.) The burger/hot dog/pizza grill on the first floor had long waits for the food (15-20 minutes). The salad/wrap cafe next to burger grill bar typically only had one person working both the food and register. Didn't try any of the other restaurants. Pool/Outside areas - didn't go in the pool area or use the pool. i did look for a place to take a snack and soda and sit outside and read paper, magazine, etc. if there was a place, i didn't find it. the pool area does not allow outside food or drink, which explains why some preferred to layout on the grass areas. Didn't use the Spa, Fed Ex or business areas. Location: it's at the far end of the strip and not a bad location but def not in the mix of things. The crosswalk from Trop to MGM side of street closed for remodeling/construction. So to get to that side of the street you had to take walk way from Trop to ExCalibur to NY NY and back across to the MGM side of the strip. Sounds short but takes 10 or 15min. You can go down to the corner and cross at the crosswalk and come back up around MGM, but it is blocked off for construction on that side too so you again have to cut through casino to get to strip. My two biggest issues: Casino Reward Card - I earned over 9,999 points on new card (leveled up) in less than a week but was never approached by a host, offered any comps etc. Other casino groups are quick to figure out who is spending money, send over a host, and make nicety real quick. Not the Trop. When I went and found a host, was offered about 40% off my lodging. Yet, Caesar's Group had offered to put me up for free the entire stay?! I could have taken a car from the free room to visit my friends at the Trop - still would not have spent one night's stay at this place. Biggest issue: Every morning, I woke up with my eyes 'glued' shut, with a horrible cough that had lasted throughout the night. I originally thought it was from the late nights in smokey casinos, allergies from walking around outside during the day etc. All until I was in the bathroom looking up putting drops in my eyes and saw the amount of dirt and dust inside the exhaust fan, not on the cover but up inside it. This then prompted me to go look at the A/C vent, standing on the bed was a bit sketch so I pulled the chair over and the inside of the rectangle vent was layers upon layers of dirt and dust. The reason I felt worse in the room, after taking a nap or in the mornings is ... I'm highly allergic. It obviously was not blowing cold air but this crap directly over the bed all night. They obviously have not cleaned their duct work in ages. I spent two nights in a free room at Harrah's and didn't have even one symptom. Returned to stay the last night and awoke with swollen eyes, coughing all night etc. Next year, I'll take a car to visit with friends but unless they can show that they've cleaned the air ducts and are willing to comp my room, I'll stay down the street. Collapse
Stay Date: 05/2017, gordonnay wrote this review.
Stayed here for 4 nights with friends we wanted rooms close to each other but we're told we had to upgrade rooms to the recently refurbished rooms to get on the same floor, we did that for $15 dollars more! I would hate to have seen the non refurbi… See more
Stayed here for 4 nights with friends we wanted rooms close to each other but we're told we had to upgrade rooms to the recently refurbished rooms to get on the same floor, we did that for $15 dollars more! I would hate to have seen the non refurbished rooms!! They're pretty basic, and but decent sized and functional! After many stays in more upmarket Vegas hotels I've realised not to expect much, so would rather not pay through the nose! This hotel is reasonably priced. I'm not sure it really can get away with using the Hilton doubletree brand though, nothing like them, apart from the free cookie! Pool area was extremely busy and difficult to get a lounger. Collapse
Stay Date: 04/2017, s0undadvice wrote this review.
The staff is very friendly, the rooms are clean, and location is great. It is a well maintained hotel with pool, workout room, spa, restaurants, comedy club, etc. The breakfast at Bacio was excellent and our waiter, James, was the best. We stayed … See more
The staff is very friendly, the rooms are clean, and location is great. It is a well maintained hotel with pool, workout room, spa, restaurants, comedy club, etc. The breakfast at Bacio was excellent and our waiter, James, was the best. We stayed three nights and it was a very enjoyable stay. Collapse
Stay Date: 03/2017, ElizabethMey wrote this review.
Front desk staff was very friendly and knowledgeable, casino floor was clean, nice new machines. Room was spacious, toilet area of the bathroom was not well cleaned. We would go back if offered a deal.
Front desk staff was very friendly and knowledgeable, casino floor was clean, nice new machines. Room was spacious, toilet area of the bathroom was not well cleaned. We would go back if offered a deal. Collapse
Best mini holiday hands down!
Stay Date: 07/2016, Desiree P wrote this review.
We stayed at this hotel in our first trip to Vegas. We've since been 4 more times and still talk about how amazing our first trip was. By far the quietest and most cleaned up hotel we've visited. Friendly staff, great pool, awesome places to eat an… See more
We stayed at this hotel in our first trip to Vegas. We've since been 4 more times and still talk about how amazing our first trip was. By far the quietest and most cleaned up hotel we've visited. Friendly staff, great pool, awesome places to eat and enjoy eachother's company. I'd defiantly come again! Collapse
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