Westgate Las Vegas Resort & Casino
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The inviting and pleasantly tucked away Westgate Las Vegas Resort & Casino is the perfect choice of accommodation for those who want to experience the best of Las Vegas at their leisure. The venue is celebrated for its storied past as Elvis’ former home and enjoys an impeccable service standard. The hotel is just one block away from the famed Las Vegas Strip, offering a unique blend of entertainment. Try your luck in a casino, shop ‘til you drop in the premium retail outlets or visit the amazing Red Rock Canyon for a trip to remember.
All of the rooms at the Westgate Las Vegas Resort & Casino are classically designed and feature incredible views of the Las Vegas Strip or the Las Vegas Country Club golf course. All rooms come with premium bedding, a 37-inch flat-screen cable TV with pay-per-view movies, a fridge and a coffee maker.
The venues at Westgate each offer a unique entertainment experience as well as a vast quantity of on-site restaurants and cafes for you to sit back and relax in. The hotel also has a large pool area, a fitness centre, a spa, a salon and a host of retail stores.
Hotel Facilities & Services
- 24 hour front desk
- Lift to all Floors
- Concierge Desk
- Internet Access
- Air Conditioning
- In Room Safe
- Non Smoking Rooms
- Pay Movies
- Direct Dial Telephone
- Iron/Ironing Board
- Parking at Hotel Free: Yes
- Outdoor Pool Free: No
- Treatment Rooms
- Golf Course (18-hole) Free: No
- Tennis Free: No
- Gym Free: No
- Name: McCarran International Airport (Las Vegas)
- Distance: 5.4 kilometres
Bar and Restaurant
- Bar in Hotel
- Restaurant in hotel
- Nearest Airport Name: Mccarran International Airport (Las Vegas) Distance: 5.4 kilometres
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TripAdvisor Traveller Rating
- Overall: based on 6505 reviews
- Sleep Quality:
fair price, old slots in casino, reception dramatic, food normal
Stay Date: 10/2016, ottov567 wrote this review.
I stayed Westgate last week 6 days when i was working at the convention centre, i booked with surcharge a refurbished room was ok but not special, Casino is equipped with definitely not the latest slot machines, everywhere more modern machines then W… See more
I stayed Westgate last week 6 days when i was working at the convention centre, i booked with surcharge a refurbished room was ok but not special, Casino is equipped with definitely not the latest slot machines, everywhere more modern machines then Westgate, slots are quiet compare all other hotels, but thats logical, check in is dramatic long que people wait over one hour regularly , price is fair, food o.k. and reasonable in price, cheaper then strip, monorail stop is top! Parking your car is far away. Collapse
Really big, with good meeting rooms; guest rooms need maintenance
Stay Date: 10/2016, PhilosophicalOldGuy wrote this review.
I attended a professional convention at this hotel/resort the third week in October 2016. My wife accompanied me and we stayed five nights in room 2440. Our room had a stopped-up bathroom sink, a major leak from the bathtub faucet, a badly tilted l… See more
I attended a professional convention at this hotel/resort the third week in October 2016. My wife accompanied me and we stayed five nights in room 2440. Our room had a stopped-up bathroom sink, a major leak from the bathtub faucet, a badly tilted lampshade on one of the lamps, and chipped paint on the bathroom door. The mini-fridge had been left completely off for a while (never a good idea) and smelled a bit. In addition, the clock radio and table lamp had been unplugged and left unplugged, and the room was rather dusty. Fortunately, once we turned the mini-fridge back on, it did cool off and the smell dissipated. On the good side, we found the hotel staff friendly and helpful everywhere. That said, to get to the conference center, one has to run the gauntlet past the “Guest Services” desk where they were actively hawking to sell you things, and then navigate through the smoky and noisy casino. This would likely be true of any conference held in a casino/resort, however, so it is part-and-parcel of holding a meeting in Vegas. The bed in the room had a great firm mattress, so I was very happy. The bed was poorly made, however, so we had to remake it when we arrived and then again every day after maid service left. The rooms have a mini-fridge (good!), but no coffeemaker of any kind (bad!). We were traveling with our own four-cup coffeemaker, so this created no real problem for us. But you might wish to bring such a portable coffeemaker with you to avoid the $5 per cup (!) price at the hotel Starbucks. Alternatively, you could walk across the street from the hotel to the Arco station. It has a mini-market where you can buy coffee and foodstuffs, for much lower prices, although still Vegas-inflated. (Since we had been hiking for two weeks before coming to Vegas, our standard for comparing prices across stores was the Kind bar. A single bar at the Arco cost $2.69; the suggested full retail price is $1.99.) Of course, “across the street” is further in Vegas than in other places, so your walk down the driveway and then back is actually the equivalent of a two-block walk each way. The wifi here is a bit wonky as well. We had to keep signing in again or turning our device’s wifi off and then on again in order to get a reliable signal. The shower was strange: It appears to have been designed for a 5-foot tall person who did not want to get his/her hair wet. Thus, I had to genuflect deeply to the shower head in order to wash my hair or even rinse my shoulders, and that was with the showerhead tilted as far up as it would go. And I am not tall, just an average size old guy. The cleaning staff need to pay a bit more attention to the common/public spaces on the room floors: For example, at one point an empty beer can sat on the floor beside the elevator for a little over a day before it was removed by the cleaning staff; same for an empty hotel coffee cup on one of the tables in the hall on our floor. Another day, it was an empty Starbucks cup on a public table that remained uncollected for 24 hours. In contrast, the service staff at conference meal events were very good: They served quickly and efficiently with little disruption. I avoid sweets, and requested fresh fruit instead of the sweet dessert choices they offered. In all but one case, the service staff got me a plate of fresh fruit shortly after my request. Collapse
A long walk to anywhere
Stay Date: 10/2016, CanuckAbroad2 wrote this review.
This is another huge Vegas hotel with nothing distinguishing it from any of the others. It is a solid 10 to 15 minute walk to the North end of the Strip, which is great if you are in Vegas to do a lot of walking. That said, it is very close to the Co… See more
This is another huge Vegas hotel with nothing distinguishing it from any of the others. It is a solid 10 to 15 minute walk to the North end of the Strip, which is great if you are in Vegas to do a lot of walking. That said, it is very close to the Convention Centre. In fairness, you could also buy a $12 per person per day pass to ride the monorail and that would take you to various stops, ending at the MGM Grand. The price of a room seems reasonable until you realize there is a mandatory Resort Fee of $30. This gives you access to "free" wifi and the Fitness Centre. Since there is no choice in paying the fee, I wish they would just add these Resort Fees to the cost of the room so you can compare rates more easily. The room was OK, very spacious with a nice view. We would not stay there again, given the number of hotels closer to the Strip and other amenities. Collapse
Fantastic stay at Westgate Resort & Casino Las Vegas.
Stay Date: 10/2016, Alex B wrote this review.
We arrived at the Westgate on Tuesday the 18th October. After a long flight (11 hours) + commuting the whole group was very tired, we arrived at the Hotel at approx 13:00 which was 2 hours before the check in time on our confirmation. The Hotel howev… See more
We arrived at the Westgate on Tuesday the 18th October. After a long flight (11 hours) + commuting the whole group was very tired, we arrived at the Hotel at approx 13:00 which was 2 hours before the check in time on our confirmation. The Hotel however told us not to worry as all of our rooms (3 of them) were ready to go. The check in line was empty and the lady who checked us in was very helpful. The only down side was that our 3 rooms were scattered all over the hotel..... when we booked about 10 months in advance and emailed the hotel a couple of times asking them to arrange for us to have rooms close to each other it was disappointing but never mind. The rooms themselves were nice we had 3 standard (Premium rooms) all with twin double beds. I would say the rooms are in need of some modernization but they were perfectly acceptable, the beds were extremely comfortable, there are huge TV's in each room i would say it must be 50" minimum with a large array of satellite TV channels. Each room has a mini fridge big enough to store bottles of water and snacks, an easy to use electronic safe and on-suite bathrooms. The bathrooms were a good size, again need bringing up to date but the bath is a good size and the water pressure for a shower was also good. The complimentary toiletries were not so great but I always take my own when staying in Hotels so this again wasn't really an issue. The hotel has many eating options, a coffee house featuring Starbucks coffee and an array of hot and cold sandwiches, and pastries. A pizza hut, Benihana which is a Japanese restaurant, a steak house, a burger joint, and a buffet. I must admit I only tried the burger joint and the buffet but both were fantastic. A friend in the party tried pizza hut and said it was great, and also a couple of the others said the coffee house was very good also although perhaps a little pricey..... The casino.... the casino is pretty good, it has a great lay out and is easy to navigate compared to some of the other bigger casino's. The dealers are all very helpful and are more than happy to help teach you some of the games that you perhaps do not normally play here in the UK such as Craps.... There is a large selection of Slots to choose from also. The Cocktail waitresses are very smiley and will keep your glasses full if you tip them a coupe of dollars here and there :-). The timeshare people..... after many bad reviews stating that the hotel consistently pressures you into buying a timeshare I was a little concerned that we had chosen a bad place to stay..... Nonsense..... We were approached once, we kindly stated we were not interested and thanked them for the offer but that was it...... no more hassle for the rest of our stay (1 week). The resort tax is a little on the steep side compared to other hotels on the strip (even the Bellagio has a cheaper resort tax than the westgate) but you know about it before you book so it shouldn't be a grounds to complain, you do get complimentary WIFI through out the hotel for up to 3 devices (Usual price $15 a day) for the length of your stay and also a $75 room service credit was added to each of our rooms :-). So not to bad really. There are a number of retails outlets on site also, a jewelry store, a couple of clothing stores, a cosmetics store, electronics store, gift shop and also a tattoo parlor. I purchased a bracelet from the Jewelry store, all I would say is do not pay the tag price.......... everything is negotiable. Last piece of advise from me is, if you are going to be gambling then do sign up for the Players card.... it awards points and money for Complimentary items. I would say I was relatively small time betting ($50-$100 a day) but I still managed over the week to accrue $30 in free Slot play, a free $25 buffet and also $15 to spend in the gift shop. All that is left for me to say is Thank you to all the guys at the Westgate hotel for a fantastic stay myself and the rest of my party really enjoyed it and we would happily stay here again the next time we get to come to Las Vegas...... p.s if you stay here make sure you get a Monorail ticket it will save you a fortune in Cab fairs and it is so easy and convenient to use :-) Collapse
The Spirit of Elvis must live on the 28th floor, because no one else wants to stay there!
Stay Date: 10/2016, kcm53 wrote this review.
Long time patron of LVH, first time stay since Westgate took over. Where to begin.- Check in - no 2 bed rooms, hotel is "oversold"??? what happened to sold out? ok, told to check tomorrow and sent a up an old rollaway. Well, we open the door to Ro… See more
Long time patron of LVH, first time stay since Westgate took over. Where to begin.- Check in - no 2 bed rooms, hotel is "oversold"??? what happened to sold out? ok, told to check tomorrow and sent a up an old rollaway. Well, we open the door to Room 28119. In the 30 plus years we have stayed at this hotel we have NEVER had a room like this! Small room, mismatched OLD chipped, stained,dated furnishings,- no desk, old brass fixtures, worn out dated bath cabinet,tiles with blackish grout. Poor shower with little hot water. A friend was also on 28th floor and had similar issues plus the bonus of a shower that streamed water constantly. The room was not even close to what you would expect. In fact, they don't even have a picture of one in their book of various room styles! I think Westgate should NOT use these rooms until they can at least update to some extent to bring it up to the level of their typical hotel room. Another issue is a $30 day "resort fee".-the hotel employee told me "Bellagio has a similar fee"-Westgate is no Bellagio! We understand that but $30?? for wifi, fax, free phone calls? And- their restaurant prices are outrageous! We didn't eat there once. For that price we dined at nicer restaurants on The Strip.-with ambiance. On a positive note, the hotel did accommodate us with a move the next day to a typical LVH style room, which is what we expected in the first place. But this was after a discussion that included the supervisor my friend was comped one night and we were comped one day resort fee. It is unfortunate that staff would argue with a customer who even had photos! Westgate says they want you to feel like a VIP. Seems to have a different mentality regarding customer service that we had come to expect in Vegas. The timeshare component is a negative in my opinion. Staff morale seems low which is too bad because they work hard. Hope the hotel can clean up its act and show that you do care about staff and customers like the LVH did. Collapse
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