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Westgate Las Vegas Resort & Casino

4.0 out of 5.0

Recent guest reviews

Employees were the friendliest I've ever seen genuinely happy to be there especially at the Fortuna coffee bar. I was disappointed that our room had a shower from the 1980s and no bath.

Off the Strip, a bit run down. Looks like they are trying to renovate though.

Nice place but not close to anything, very expensive food, and yes... no poker rooms! In vegas!. If the wsobp wasnt there id never go back.

First of all we got there they didn't have the room we asked and paid for. Then they said that we didn't pay for 2 nights . and was charged for it . then the air conditioner didn't work elevators only had 2 working we were late for our show. And in the 211st. Floor. Beds were twin size supposed to have a king. Then they wanted to move us after the first night. Will never stay there again.

Great staff the room was nice definitely returning soon!

Wife and I went to celebrate our 5th anniversary. Staff was decent. Location was horrible. To far from pretty much anywhere to walk to. Not even other casinos fairly close. When checked in was sold an upgrade, which to me kinda felt like a downgrade, so be careful is this is offered to you. Be sure to request to see the room before agreeing to upgrade. The new room was about 200 sq smaller than the original booked. Other than the location, staff was just average. Defiantly had better elsewhere. I would recommend spending the extra money and in most cases it will be the same price if not less and stay on the strip.

The parking lot is too far away from the hotel. The floorplan is a bit confusing to get around.

Nice quiet place away from the strip. Worked out well

Good time nice staff Great food clean All the bells and whistles

Very bad hotel. They charge a resort fee and I was not aware nor told about it. To far away from the strip to walk. Was told it was near the miracle mile and not close at all.

Walls are thin. Could not sleep bcuz neighbors were so loud. Need some major upgrades in the room.

Comfortable 3 day stay. Excellent service from buffet staff especially Idris.

When we first got there the lines for check in were really long. Our bathroom in our room was not working. We did not get a new room until the next day. We went all night without working toilet... The staff constantly harasses you about buying into there timeshare...

Off strip. Mold in bathtub. Dirty pool. Only 1 pool for that big hotel. Woluld not stay there again.

I had a great time at the Westgate, great show on property. Easy check in, my room was upgraded just because which was awesome. The room was very clean and spacious. Great slots and impeccable room service. Less traffic than on the strip with easy access on the Monorail to go on the strip. I would certainly return again.

Without informing me at the front desk they gave me a handicapped-room, different facilities, lower bed, etc. Door could not close very well, after a shower the full bathroom was wet.

Asked for king they gave us room with 2 doubles by mistake. Called front desk they have us 2nd floor from the top with a balcony and king bed. More than generous.

good, but I wanted 2 nights, not 1. it costs us a lot extra to stay at another hotel at the last minute.

The Westgate is enjoying the wake left behind by Hilton, which has moved to greener pastures. The property is slowly deteriorating with nicks and scratches--and is now a bit dated, and has lost some of its chique. That said, it's very convenient to the Convention Center and still provides a reasonably comfortable environment if offered for the right price.

Clean room, nice staff. But there's not many casual places to eat there, only the Starbucks/Fortuna cafe. Looks like they had some nice looking higher end restaurants but no casual places where you can grab a quick bite early in the morning or late at night. Also, you could hear a lot of noise coming from nearby rooms. Checkout is at 11am instead of noon unfortunately. Someone took my do not disturb sign.

3000 Paradise Road Las Vegas NV

Hotel highlights

  • Walking distance to Las Vegas Convention Center
  • Free valet parking
  • Onsite dining
  • Spa

Located in East of The Strip within a short walk of Las Vegas Convention Center, Westgate Las Vegas Resort & Casino is within a mile (2 km) of other popular sights such as Fashion Show Mall. This 2956-room, 4-star hotel welcomes business and leisure travelers with a full-service spa, a casino, and 10 restaurants. Near the airport, it's also near University of Nevada-Las Vegas and Las Vegas Premium Outlets.


Dining

Relish the American cuisine at Edge Steakhouse, one of 10 onsite restaurants. Savor a meal from the comfort of your room with room service, or get a quick energy boost at the 2 coffee shops/cafés. For your convenience, breakfast is available for a fee.


Rooms

Westgate Las Vegas Resort & Casino's 2956 rooms are air-conditioned and provide refrigerators, safes, and phones. 60-inch LED TVs come with pay movies, and guests can stay connected with wired Internet. Bathrooms have hair dryers and free toiletries. Ironing boards and desks are also standard.


Property features

Guests of Westgate Las Vegas Resort & Casino have access to a full-service spa, a casino, and an outdoor pool. There's free valet parking and limo/town car service. Multilingual staff at the 24-hour front desk can assist with dry cleaning/laundry, concierge services, and luggage storage. Other amenities at this spa hotel include a 24-hour health club, a spa tub, and outdoor tennis courts.

Room options

Concierge Level (Newly Remodeled)

Full 2 | King 1 | Sleeps 4

Signature Room (Newly Remodeled)

Full 2 | King 1 | Sleeps 4

Guest reviews for Westgate Las Vegas Resort & Casino

Everyone (204) Couples (582) Business (325) Family (243) Other (218) Friends (181)
3

people who work there are the friendliest

Everyone

Employees were the friendliest I've ever seen genuinely happy to be there especially at the Fortuna coffee bar. I was disappointed that our room had a shower from the 1980s and no bath.

By , from Northridge,CA on Jun 22, 2017

3

decent enough

Everyone

Off the Strip, a bit run down. Looks like they are trying to renovate though.

By on Jun 7, 2017

2

blah

Everyone

Nice place but not close to anything, very expensive food, and yes... no poker rooms! In vegas!. If the wsobp wasnt there id never go back.

By , from Washington state on Jun 6, 2017

1

bad

Everyone

First of all we got there they didn't have the room we asked and paid for. Then they said that we didn't pay for 2 nights . and was charged for it . then the air conditioner didn't work elevators only had 2 working we were late for our show. And in the 211st. Floor. Beds were twin size supposed to have a king. Then they wanted to move us after the first night. Will never stay there again.

By , from califorina on Jun 5, 2017

3
Everyone

Great staff the room was nice definitely returning soon!

By , from Cleveland on Jun 5, 2017

3

wouldn't recommend

Everyone

Wife and I went to celebrate our 5th anniversary. Staff was decent. Location was horrible. To far from pretty much anywhere to walk to. Not even other casinos fairly close. When checked in was sold an upgrade, which to me kinda felt like a downgrade, so be careful is this is offered to you. Be sure to request to see the room before agreeing to upgrade. The new room was about 200 sq smaller than the original booked. Other than the location, staff was just average. Defiantly had better elsewhere. I would recommend spending the extra money and in most cases it will be the same price if not less and stay on the strip.

By , from Maryland on Jun 4, 2017

3
Everyone

The parking lot is too far away from the hotel. The floorplan is a bit confusing to get around.

By on Jun 3, 2017

5

great area

Everyone

Nice quiet place away from the strip. Worked out well

By on Jun 2, 2017

5

loved the stay

Everyone

Good time nice staff Great food clean All the bells and whistles

By , from vegas on Jun 2, 2017

1

i will never book a room again

Everyone

Very bad hotel. They charge a resort fee and I was not aware nor told about it. To far away from the strip to walk. Was told it was near the miracle mile and not close at all.

By , from san francisco on May 31, 2017