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Jockey Resort Suites Center Strip

3.0 out of 5.0

Recent guest reviews

This is a good place to stay if you don't want to spend extra $$.

The price was originally what drew our attention. I wouldn’t say it was a lot cheaper than others but the size of the room was a bit bigger than a lot of hotel rooms and the fact it was more like a condo having the full kitchen. We were able to go to the store and pick up some things so we didn’t have to eat out every meal. The rooms are clean but they are dated. The bed was comfortable but I am sure the couch would have been a dread to sleep on. There was a gap at the bottom of the doorway that was about ¾ of an inch. Anybody making any noise in the hallway, you heard it. That said, people were mostly quiet. Pool is small. Fitness room is alright, has a few weight machines, treadmills and elliptical. It states it has wifi. I could see the network and connect to it but my phone would not allow me to access the internet deeming it “unsafe”. I had the password but I just couldn’t get it to work. Neither of our phones worked on it. Might depend on your phone or maybe have better luck with a computer. The view was of a brick wall of the Cosmopolitan. I had anticipated this while booking the room though. I knew we were not going to be in the room a terrible amount of time so I was ok with this. All in all we are still happy with how our room turned out. The staff was friendly, the elevators were always quick. You park in the Cosmopolitan parking garage which seems to have plenty of available parking. Right near the middle of the strip at a reasonable price.

the unit is ok, but overall needs updating, carpet is worn, but you are able to walk to several casinos within a good distance.

The hotel is centrally located on the Vegas strip. We had a spacious two bedroom that meet all our needs. The view is not good where we stayed, back in the Derby tower, but we weren't there to stay in the room. My only complaint is that the booking was listed as one king and two queens but we had one king, one queen and a sofa sleeper in the living room. We were expecting the second bedroom to have two queens.

The room was very nice. Unless you wanted to go to the Cosmopolitan, however, it was difficult to walk to anywhere else on the strip.

Great location on the Strip more or less attached to the Cosmopolitan and next to the Bellagio. Free parking in Cosmopolitan garage with direct elevator to the Jockey Suites. Apparently these are time-share apartments. But we were not asked to attend any kind of sales pitch. We had a one bedroom apartment with a separate bedroom, living room and full kitchen. View of a wall, but we were only really there after dark so it didn't matter. Even though we only stayed one night after a trip to national parks we bought some breakfast items in their convenience store and were able to prepare our own breakfast before going to the airport to fly home. We had to run a gauntlet of outdoor smokers to get to the lobby. It was then quite a trek to the elevators to a different building to get to our room. But we got the hang of it. The elevator from the parking garage takes you to another empty parking area where the quickest way to the Jockey Suites lobby is across that space and through their convenience store. Not exactly a luxurious atmosphere. But I suppose for that you can walk next door to the Bellagio without having to pay Bellagio room prices. All the staff we met were very friendly and helpful.

I requested an updated room with a view of the Bellagio fountain, I was originally told that my request would be honored. I spoke with the front desk the day prior to my trip and learned that my room was the total opposite and that orbitz booked my room. Needless to say we were looking at a brick wall through our window from an out dated, poorly lit room. It was clean and the staff was very friendly, but I was not happy with my room.

Loved all the amenities including 24hr. Pool...and fully furnished with plates appliances etc. So pleased will return!

Nice condo units with 2 bed, 2 bath. Great for families who need room for children to play and privacy. Not luxurious but very comfortable and convenient o everything the drip has to offer

Good expierence - clean, conviniently located, kitchen.

I reserved the room two months in advance. I thought that I was going to get the larger one bedroom with two bathrooms, however that is not what we got. And I was disappointed that we could not upgrade our room because we did not book through the hotel

Good just hard to find and describe to anyone trying to pick us up

Chose this property because of location to the conference we were attending and because it had kitchen facilities. This property is surrounded by the Cosmopolitan hotel and very few rooms have views other than a wall. Room was so dark it was like a cave. Hard to tell if the sun was shining. Nicest employee was John from maintenance who fixed a lighting problem. Mini mart on premises is very expensive and takes cash only. There is a shuttle to grocery store which is nice.

I am happy with the stay. This is not a luxury hotel by any means but was a suite, which we were looking for. Everyday I was so happy with the location! I have only two negatives: the timeshare people are REALLY pushy and the pull out couch is REALLY uncomfortable :-)

The jockey club was just perfect. We had everything we needed there and more. The room was clean and nice. It met all of our expectations. We would absolutely come back!

Great!!!! Resort right on strips!!!!. Self packing was confused us , according to the Staff there were West/East Elevators at packing but we can't use that, it won't take us to our room , instead we have to looking for the brown door only that we entered to get to our room,and also the brown door which located is hard to find it. I think It will be helpful , if There are a sign to direct us to the brown door as well. Anyway we're very enjoys stayed here, and will be back The Jockey !!! Again soon!!!!!

I was in Las Vegas for corporate training at the Bellagio and my company wasn't paying for me to stay the night before. So I wanted to find some place close to the Bellagio that was reasonably priced. The location of the Jockey Club was ideal because it's tucked between the Bellgio and the Cosmopolitan. I liked the room because it was a suite with separate living room and bedroom and had a kitchen which of course would be good for a longer stay. There was a TV in both living room and bedroom and they even provided a stereo system and DVD player. Unless you knew where you were going, you would not find the Jockey Club because the entrances to its two towers are in an alley between the Bellagio and the Cosmopolitan. Apparently the Jockey Club's main niche is time shares. The rooms on the North side of the towers would have a decent view but the rooms on the South side are just a few yards away from the back wall of the Cosmopolitan so you can't see anything. Another problem is that even though hotel guests, in theory, have access to the exercise room and pool, you cannot get into the pool area because, unlike the exercise room which uses your room key card, the pool requires a physical key which I have to assume only time share owners get. If I was supposed to ask for a key, I don't know. So if you're looking for a reasonably priced room in the center of the strip I would recommend staying here. If you're looking for a glamorous looking place or a view of the strip then I wouldn't recommend it.

Perfect location. The property is between the Belligio and the Cosmopolitan Hotels. Very quiet. Our room was nice and roomy but faced a wall. No view at all. Requested a view but was told they could not accommodate us because we did not book through them directly. Very disappointing. I would not recommend this hotel if you want a true Las Vegas experience. I would spend the extra $$ and book next door at the Cosmopolitan, Aria .

Pros: excellent location on the Strip. Price was right. Cons: 1. The heat in our room was not working, and the person they sent to fix it appeared to be a security guard and not a maintenance person, so she did not know how to fix it. They gave us extra blankets, but with temperatures in the low 30s at night, it was still pretty cold. I was offered a one-night return stay, which was nice of them. 2. Sofa bed was the most uncomfortable bed I've ever slept in. 3. Most importantly - and this is not a criticism of the hotel itself - the clientele here is seriously questionable. The people in the room across the hall from us were smoking #and I don't mean cigarettes# the entire weekend and playing loud music all day and all night long. Security came up and they started spraying air freshsner all over the hallway. The next morning, they had stuffed the doorjam with towels. Another ridiculous thing happened while we were there, but I cannot share it on a public forum.

3700 Las Vegas Blvd S Las Vegas NV

Hotel highlights

  • Free WiFi in rooms and public areas
  • Free parking
  • Fitness center
  • Business center

Located in Paradise, Jockey Resort Suites Center Strip is within 2 miles (3 km) of popular attractions such as University of Nevada-Las Vegas and Fashion Show Mall. This 396-room, 3-star condo property welcomes guests with conveniences like free in-room WiFi, free self parking, and a fitness center. Near the airport, it's also near Las Vegas Convention Center and Thomas and Mack Center.


Rooms

All 396 soundproofed condos feature kitchens and space to spread out with living rooms and dining areas. Guests can expect free WiFi and wired Internet, along with cable TV. Bathrooms offer hair dryers and free toiletries. Sofa beds, coffee makers, and free local calls are also standard.


Property features

At Jockey Resort Suites Center Strip, guests enjoy features like a children's pool, a fitness center, and a spa tub. Onsite parking is available, both free self and paid valet parking (USD 5.00 per night)—also useful is an airport shuttle (available 24 hours) for USD 5.50 per person one way. The 24-hour front desk has multilingual staff ready to assist with dry cleaning/laundry, luggage storage, and securing valuables. Additional amenities include a sauna, free WiFi in public areas, and a business center.

Room options

Deluxe 1 Bedroom 1 and a Half Bath Suite

Queen 2 | Sleeps 6

Deluxe Suite, 2 Bedrooms, 2 Bathrooms

Queen 3 | Sleeps 6

Family Suite, 2 Bedrooms

King 1 | Sleeps 6

Guest reviews for Jockey Resort Suites Center Strip

Everyone (10) Couples (7) Business (2) Family (5) Friends (6) Other (1)
3

good price for the location

Everyone

This is a good place to stay if you don't want to spend extra $$.

By on May 1, 2017

4

location is great.

Everyone

The price was originally what drew our attention. I wouldn’t say it was a lot cheaper than others but the size of the room was a bit bigger than a lot of hotel rooms and the fact it was more like a condo having the full kitchen. We were able to go to the store and pick up some things so we didn’t have to eat out every meal. The rooms are clean but they are dated. The bed was comfortable but I am sure the couch would have been a dread to sleep on. There was a gap at the bottom of the doorway that was about ¾ of an inch. Anybody making any noise in the hallway, you heard it. That said, people were mostly quiet. Pool is small. Fitness room is alright, has a few weight machines, treadmills and elliptical. It states it has wifi. I could see the network and connect to it but my phone would not allow me to access the internet deeming it “unsafe”. I had the password but I just couldn’t get it to work. Neither of our phones worked on it. Might depend on your phone or maybe have better luck with a computer. The view was of a brick wall of the Cosmopolitan. I had anticipated this while booking the room though. I knew we were not going to be in the room a terrible amount of time so I was ok with this. All in all we are still happy with how our room turned out. The staff was friendly, the elevators were always quick. You park in the Cosmopolitan parking garage which seems to have plenty of available parking. Right near the middle of the strip at a reasonable price.

By , from Minnesota on Mar 30, 2017

3

close to ''action''

Everyone

the unit is ok, but overall needs updating, carpet is worn, but you are able to walk to several casinos within a good distance.

By on Feb 23, 2017

5

centrally located on vegas strip

Everyone

The hotel is centrally located on the Vegas strip. We had a spacious two bedroom that meet all our needs. The view is not good where we stayed, back in the Derby tower, but we weren't there to stay in the room. My only complaint is that the booking was listed as one king and two queens but we had one king, one queen and a sofa sleeper in the living room. We were expecting the second bedroom to have two queens.

By , from Carol Stream, IL on Jan 16, 2017

4
Everyone

The room was very nice. Unless you wanted to go to the Cosmopolitan, however, it was difficult to walk to anywhere else on the strip.

By on Dec 27, 2016

5

nice and clean hotel.

Everyone

By on Nov 11, 2016

4

great location, kitchens, seedy entrance

Everyone

Great location on the Strip more or less attached to the Cosmopolitan and next to the Bellagio. Free parking in Cosmopolitan garage with direct elevator to the Jockey Suites. Apparently these are time-share apartments. But we were not asked to attend any kind of sales pitch. We had a one bedroom apartment with a separate bedroom, living room and full kitchen. View of a wall, but we were only really there after dark so it didn't matter. Even though we only stayed one night after a trip to national parks we bought some breakfast items in their convenience store and were able to prepare our own breakfast before going to the airport to fly home. We had to run a gauntlet of outdoor smokers to get to the lobby. It was then quite a trek to the elevators to a different building to get to our room. But we got the hang of it. The elevator from the parking garage takes you to another empty parking area where the quickest way to the Jockey Suites lobby is across that space and through their convenience store. Not exactly a luxurious atmosphere. But I suppose for that you can walk next door to the Bellagio without having to pay Bellagio room prices. All the staff we met were very friendly and helpful.

By , from Wynnewood, PA on Oct 26, 2016

2

birthday vegas trip

Everyone

I requested an updated room with a view of the Bellagio fountain, I was originally told that my request would be honored. I spoke with the front desk the day prior to my trip and learned that my room was the total opposite and that orbitz booked my room. Needless to say we were looking at a brick wall through our window from an out dated, poorly lit room. It was clean and the staff was very friendly, but I was not happy with my room.

By , from Indiana on Sep 21, 2016

5

great space

Everyone

Loved all the amenities including 24hr. Pool...and fully furnished with plates appliances etc. So pleased will return!

By , from las vegas on Jul 7, 2016

5

conveniently located in the middle of the strip

Everyone

Nice condo units with 2 bed, 2 bath. Great for families who need room for children to play and privacy. Not luxurious but very comfortable and convenient o everything the drip has to offer

By , from florida on Apr 3, 2016