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3355 Las Vegas Boulevard South, Las Vegas, NV
0.3 km from
My wife enjoyed the pool and suite while I was in meetings, dinner at Buddy V's, excellent Italian food and the service was fantastic. We also had dinner at the French Steak House on the patio over looking the strip, excellent food and service. Nothing
room itself the fridge was taken up completely by merchandise the hotel was selling. No room for things like insulin unless you wanted to pay extra for an additional fridge! Ridiculous!
I came for buisness, didn't use the facility at all and still needed to pay for resort fee
The location is good The air-conditioners were very noisy, The charge extra for the parking and also extra for a one bed room.
The rooms were clean, it was very easy to get around. Free parking!! Great restaurants and the beds were very comfortable. Nothing!
Comfortable beds Was there for a wedding check in was fine until I got to my room found that the female registrant gave me a room that was already occupied. It had someone's luggage and personal items inside. I called the front desk and told them. They asked me to come back down so they can assign me another room. I don't know why I had to come back down. I was so tired from traveling and had do much luggage to haul around. They could've just looked up the room and brought up the keys instead. They had all my info so unprofessional.
The hotel lobby is gorgeous. The rooms were nice and tidy. Overall, a good place to stay.
Location, casino, upscale The bed and pillows horribly uncomfortable for a 5 star propert
The room was in the Palace tower was nee and huge. The befeas luxurious and the bathroom was top of the line. Everything is expensive, 2 toothbrushes and toothpaste was $25.
Shopping, food and location. For the money I spent, I could have stayed at a much nicer hotel with a view of something besides a rooftop and the backside of another Caesars tower. It was a very disappointing room. I'll go back to The Cosmopolitan or The Bellagio next time.
The staff are some of the friendliest, most efficient and professional I've ever come across!!! They are so very helpful. The Pantry restaurant has some of the best food on the strip, which is handy if you don't want to go far to eat. The pool is awesome! Roomy enough to accommodate plenty of people. The hotel is a tad bit dated but clean, tidy and well maintained. I will never get used to walking through the casino cigarette smoke to get to the elevators that take you to your room. It's awful and everything reeks of stale smoke, including any clothes you wear as you walk through the casino.
The cleaning of the rooms The 25 dollars a night to have a fridge in your room. Furthermore, the food could have had a lower cost in opection
Size of hotel for Vegas strip was a pleasant change. Great location in the center of the strip. Clean, new, fabulous pool, but closed by 5:00 pm. After a long hot day on the road, a dip would be nice. Nothing for free in Vegas any more. Charged for Valet parking, which has always been free, and the obnoxious "$40 resort fee" whether you use the amenities or not is annoying. Giada's restaurant was pleasant, but very expensive for ordinary food. Hostess was snotty and snooty. Her little black dress must have been a little too tight in the wrong places.
The hotel management was unresponsive. I travel extensively for business and would never recommend this hotel.
Everything else. The bathroom sink overflowed from malfunctions.
Location, small feeling of old vegas! Hard to get a cab around back
Clean, well appointed hotel, great staff, very friendly. Close to the mono rail and the strip.
That I didn't bring the kids Our door didn't close, well unless you literally banged into it with your shoulder or licked it shut. Bed was uncomfortable Shower didn't drain Lights were missing bulbs ......
This Hilton was excellently located, right in the middle of the strip, and at the back of the Flamingo property. It's a six-minute walk across the street to Bally's and the concourse to Paris; it's a ten-minute walk across the Strip to the Bellagio and Caesar's. We had a spacious and comfortable suite with a large, jetted soaking tub, a sitting area with a couch and coffee table, and a practical kitchenette that included a fridge, microwave, sink, and some dishes/flatware. We were very pleasantly surprised to find that the fridge in the kitchenette, unlike other luxury Vegas hotels, was empty, so we could use it for our own stuff. I hate it when the fridge is stuffed with mini-bar offerings that I've no intention of ever using; I find it especially obnoxious when the fridge shelves are on some sort of auto-scale that tracks if you've tried to remove a mini-bar bottle to make room for something like a personal water bottle, and charges you for the "missing" items. There was none of that nonsense here, thankfully. The Hilton has its own pool just for its guests, separate from the Flamingo property, which we appreciated. It was about 100 degrees when we were there, and we didn't want to use the extremely crowded and noisy Flamingo pool. The Hilton is unfortunately on the back side of the Flamingo's pool area, and every day is party day at the Flamingo pool. The disco music blared at bomb-test volume from noon to six, every single day. Even with the windows and blinds shut in our suite on the 6th floor, the music is still earsplitting, but I suppose the upside is that the music tends to drown out most of the drunken partiers in the Flamingo pool. It was nice to have our own pool for this reason, but the Hilton pool area stank like a four-day-old dead skunk, on account of a nearby garbage dumpster in the blazing sun. We nearly gagged on Saturday when we tried to use the pool. The jetted tub was impressive and comfortable, but didn't drain on its own. We had to pull and hold the drain plug continuously until the water had fully drained; it kept slipping back into plugged position without someone holding it up. I also would have appreciated a little more privacy between the jetted tub and the rest of the room, like a sliding glass tub door or something.
The staff was helpfull the location was perfect. Room temperature was freezing, The heating system is not good.