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 11749 reviews
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Nice stay at the Trop... I'd do it again!
Stay Date: 08/2017, Elise M wrote this review.
Got a 3 night invite to stay here, including $$ to play each day. Got there around noon on a Monday... check in was relatively fast and easy. And our room was ready so we dumped our stuff and went to the pool. Rooms... free invited guests generall… See more
Got a 3 night invite to stay here, including $$ to play each day. Got there around noon on a Monday... check in was relatively fast and easy. And our room was ready so we dumped our stuff and went to the pool. Rooms... free invited guests generally are housed in the back tower. Since this was completely free, we took the $15 per day upgrade to stay in the front tower where the elevator feeds right into the front of the casino. Loved it! Didn't have to do that 1/4 mile hike to our room. --rooms are average, though Trop says they have been recently updated. Not bad, but nothing fancy. --like others here, our room was not cool like we like it, even after maintenance came and supposedly 'fixed' the a/c. But it wasn't overbearing. FREE! Unlike most other places on the strip, when Trop says 3 free nights, they mean it. We did not have to pay resort fees! A bonus! Wifi worked fine. Pool is nicer than it was 4 years ago. Love their casino for the multitude of different slots and tables. But, order 2 drinks... they take awhile. Food: several choices to eat at including a buffet and poolside service. Did not hit the buffet this time. Poolside was fine, pricey like everyone else, but good food and lots of it. Trop has also opened a new higher end restaurant called Robert Irvine's Public House. I would probably not eat here again... see my review on this. Collapse
Stay Date: 08/2017, John K wrote this review.
My first visit to vagas so not sure what to expect or how the Tropicana is against other hotels. Efficient check in ( saw some monster queues ) in other . Room ok a little dated and showing signs of wear but you don't come to vagas for the room. Loca… See more
My first visit to vagas so not sure what to expect or how the Tropicana is against other hotels. Efficient check in ( saw some monster queues ) in other . Room ok a little dated and showing signs of wear but you don't come to vagas for the room. Location ok bottom end of the strip. Pool a little too small though works going on so not all pools open. Rather concerning found out hotel lets local residents use pool for free which was a bit annoying when I saw people struggling to find a sun bed. All in all not bad Collapse
Double Tree standards at a Vegas hotel
Stay Date: 08/2017, familytraveler368 wrote this review.
We were pleasantly surprised. The front desk attendants were warm and welcoming. We were even handed some warm cookies. Although the room we stayed in showed it's age, it was clean and well maintained. The pool area was definitely more family oriente… See more
We were pleasantly surprised. The front desk attendants were warm and welcoming. We were even handed some warm cookies. Although the room we stayed in showed it's age, it was clean and well maintained. The pool area was definitely more family oriented than other hotels selling to twenty-something crowds. Considering the price and our experience, we will definitely stay there again. Collapse
Stay Date: 08/2017, Traveling_addiction wrote this review.
The tropicana is average. Certainly not at my typical standard for a Hilton property, but hey its vegas. Thankfully it was a free room, food, gambling, show offer we took advantage of. The casino was okay. Terrible trying to get a drink while ga… See more
The tropicana is average. Certainly not at my typical standard for a Hilton property, but hey its vegas. Thankfully it was a free room, food, gambling, show offer we took advantage of. The casino was okay. Terrible trying to get a drink while gambling. The room was clean but hot, the a/c was not very well functioning, even after having maintenance come to "fix" it. The staff was friendly. I must admit had I paid for the room, I would have had a much poorer review. I'm sure there are worse places and better places to stay. Collapse
Tired old Vegas?
Stay Date: 08/2017, Daniel M wrote this review.
We choose Tropicana based on a earlier stay about 4 years ago and it was kind of a disappointment. Did it get noticeable worse in those years? Is it the fact that last time was our first time in Vegas... just being younger? One thing that's definit… See more
We choose Tropicana based on a earlier stay about 4 years ago and it was kind of a disappointment. Did it get noticeable worse in those years? Is it the fact that last time was our first time in Vegas... just being younger? One thing that's definitely different is that it seems to be a new fire station/EMS location nearby. It took me 3 nights to get used to ambulance sirens blasting :( about 10-20 per night. I would highly recommend a room facing the pool/strip just not the Airport/Side street that the ambulance likes to take at then intersections right behind the Club Tower they go all-in with the sirens and lights+horns. Was not a issue 4 years ago... though we might have had a room on the other side of the tower. Casino and hotel in general is way more quiet then the rest of the strip (well... except EMS's all night :p ). Though the Tropicana is located in such a way that there is no trough traffic like the neighboring casinos, more like a quiet dead end. We where there a week so extra quiet I assume. One thing that really annoyed me was the fact that they close down about half the pool area when there is less people around. Probably to make the area more manageable for lifeguards and waitresses. This was not the case 4 years ago, and it was way more comfortable with plenty off space. We got the feeling of being herded in a cramped area. Basically removing the quieter appeal of Tropicana in mid week. Poolside food and restaurants are good. Not amazing, not bad. Expensive like everything on the Strip. Room was clean and seems well maintained, same goes for the hotel and casino in general. However the pool area/lower levels seems to be in a forever state of renovation (same 4 years ago). Bring comfortable walking shoes if you plan to go anyplace else on the Strip. We did 25 miles in a week, that was using the monorails to go further north. There is probably a lot of walking in Vegas either way, casinos are huge and traveling by monorail means you have to get to the parking-garage areas in the far back of all the casinos. Closest monorail station is MGM Grand. probably 2 miles just getting there. Overall an ok experience. Collapse
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