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 1825 reviews
- Sleep Quality:
Stay Date: 07/2017, Floyboy wrote this review.
Stopped in casino after not being there for a couple years. I had a very good experience thanks to their staff (despite losing gambling:). Everyone went out of their way to be welcoming and friendly. Good drink service and helpful pit boss. Our pai g… See more
Stopped in casino after not being there for a couple years. I had a very good experience thanks to their staff (despite losing gambling:). Everyone went out of their way to be welcoming and friendly. Good drink service and helpful pit boss. Our pai gow dealers (Lang Hardy Auela Ziche) were all fantastic. I will try to go back next time I'm in town. Collapse
Depends what deal you get
Stay Date: 07/2017, Villemies wrote this review.
We got a weeks deal at Westgate on fairly low price so we had low expectations and were suprised how amazing the hotel actually is. Breakfast included in our room price was one of the best ones we had and waiters like Renato did a good job pouring … See more
We got a weeks deal at Westgate on fairly low price so we had low expectations and were suprised how amazing the hotel actually is. Breakfast included in our room price was one of the best ones we had and waiters like Renato did a good job pouring us orange juice. Signature room had good size, good views, nice bed, no complaints what so ever. We got the upgrade to this signature room for free, so I don't know if we would have had different experience staying in the older rooms (call the hotel to see if there are still any in use?). Hotel is more quiet than the ones on the strip, so that might be a good or bad thing, depending what you are looking for. Hotel offers easy monorail acces to the strip, which is the main reason we could stay on Westgate again. Pool area does not have enough shade, main area where you can stay under shade keeps spilling cold water to you, which is unpleasant even in the heat. We also had some concern of how well the pool water is maintained here. Pool music was good and on a nice volume (not too loud). Casino area could do a little make over at some point. I wish they would use the Hollywood / Elvis theme more on their public areas. Improving the hotel theme would really make it stand out from the competitors. The restaurant choices at Westgate weren't very inviting for us, but they might be really good. However Westgate would really need more of some basic fast food places. Westgate hotel would only need relatively small improvements to become really great. I don't know the chain so I wonder if they really want to keep improving the place. Funny thing is, that when we arrived we got the timeshare guys hand us welcome "gift" which was supposed to be free show tickets. They seemed to make a big deal out of it. After spending few days at the hotel, when we were interested to go listen their stuff, it appeared that they don't want to sell a timeshare to us because we are from Finland. It's weird because we were really interested to hear them out. However its obviously very rude from of the hotel to give you a welcome "gift" and afterwards tell you they don't give the gift to you. When going to welcome desc to ask about timeshare they did not even give any marketting material for a potential buyer. I really like investing to US and spend all my holidays travelling there, so this episode kinda left me doubt their standards. Collapse
Not bad at all!
Stay Date: 07/2017, WendyB123 wrote this review.
After reading some of the reviews, I was terrified to go to the Westgate but couldn't change my reservation because I was with a group. Well, it was really not that bad. I highly recommend you stay in the East Tower -- the elevators were not loud a… See more
After reading some of the reviews, I was terrified to go to the Westgate but couldn't change my reservation because I was with a group. Well, it was really not that bad. I highly recommend you stay in the East Tower -- the elevators were not loud and were efficient (not as slow as the main tower). The room was clean enough (it could have used a good dusting), but it gets busy so there were days that we didn't get washcloths or a bathmat which was strange. For the money, it was totally worth it. The pool was fun and it is totally worth renting a cabana for a group (it's easy to spend $300 which is the requirement). The food at the pool was cheaper than in the hotel which is also a plus. Collapse
Busy, but comfortable.
Stay Date: 07/2017, ArbroathColin wrote this review.
Really comfortable large room as standard and very clean with Good Air Con. Hotel itself is very busy and starting to lean to timeshares, so be ready to be approached for cheap tickets to shows, we did 1 from Excalibur wasted 7 hours but eventually g… See more
Really comfortable large room as standard and very clean with Good Air Con. Hotel itself is very busy and starting to lean to timeshares, so be ready to be approached for cheap tickets to shows, we did 1 from Excalibur wasted 7 hours but eventually got our tickets and our money back, never did timeshare talk at the westgate though so im guessing its similar except its in house. Be prepared to pay 18.99 each for breakfast buffet, though plenty of a selection. Staff here are very friendly, welcoming and helpful. Rooms are cleaned daily however if you choose not to have house keeping you can opt out each day and recieve $10 voucher for any food outlet at hotel. There is the Vegas Monorail right out side the hotel which is great for getting about the hotels in the strip, which is cheaper than getting a taxi or Uber. Parking is free, unlike other hotels on the strip. Casino is well kept and plety slots to play, which do pay out. Good luck. Would happily return to the hotel. Downside of hotel is it is busy, check in does take time, though this seems normal for Vegas hotels. The North tower lifts are a bit slow but others seem ok. Prices are expensive in the Hotels all around Vegas just for simple things like bottled water. Also be aware if the $33 dollar per night resort tax, this gives you $75 dollars in food credit for stays over 7 days, and wifi. Collapse
Travel Agent REVIEW!! This hotel has a Cleanliness issue ( Was in Two seperate Rooms)
Stay Date: 04/2017, travel365vortex wrote this review.
**Travel Agent Review** Let me First give praise to both supervisors that handled my concern in a professional manner, both front End supervisors Craig Malky and Scotty was awesome. The hotel has nice staff, but the cleanliness is a major concern f… See more
**Travel Agent Review** Let me First give praise to both supervisors that handled my concern in a professional manner, both front End supervisors Craig Malky and Scotty was awesome. The hotel has nice staff, but the cleanliness is a major concern for me. I was attending a Travel agent convention and decided to stay at this hotel instead of Bally’s where the event was. My first room had crack tile which I noticed once I got out the shower and felt it on my feet. Also, I noticed there was hair in the bed which made me request to be changed. The second room was very nice and was in the hotels newer building. When I first walked in I was very impressed. But as I got settled in I noticed (3) opened arrowhead waters (which wasn't mine) and a snickers wrapper next to it. At this point I was like Really!!, Did anyone clean ..Not wanting to complain again I just left it there and took a picture. Then The next morning when I took a shower I noticed two USED bars of soap in the shower with blonde hair (I’m a single male and was alone, So I then laughed in discuss), I was amazed at what was happening. Even then I let it be, then once I noticed my bed had blonde hair and Red lip stick I finally complained again. This was a shocking experience and after speaking to Craig I hope to have a better experience next time. I would recommend that you check your room fully, even the bed before settling in because with all my stuff it was a hassle moving. Collapse
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