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Westgate Las Vegas Resort & Casino

11,910 reviews
+1 702-732-5111

Top Amenities

Free Wifi
Free Parking
Fitness Center

Westgate Las Vegas Resort & Casino: A Vegas Treat at a Budget Price

What Does a Westgate Las Vegas Resort & Casino Room Include?

Rooms at Westgate Las Vegas Resort & Casino feature plenty of space to spread out and relax, along with 60-inch flat screen TV's to enjoy a movie or two. In addition, the rooms feature wired and wireless Internet access, along with Keurig coffee machines for a great brew in the morning. Premium rooms offer one king or two double beds, while the newly remodeled Signature rooms feature luxury bedding and 3D-capable TV's. Concierge rooms add in access to the Westgate Las Vegas Fitness Center and the Resorts Concierge Level Club lounge on the 25th and 26th floors. 

What Amenities/Features are Available?

Few Las Vegas hotels have nine restaurants in a single hotel, but the Westgate does. Alternatively, head to the day spa to get a relaxing treatment. Rooms come with great views of either the Las Vegas Strip, the mountains, or a nearby golf course. A pool with cabanas is fun for the whole family, or try the swim-up bar for a drink with a view. This is Vegas, of course, and the world's largest Race & Sports Book (the Superbook) can be found here.

How Much Will a Stay at Westgate Las Vegas Resort & Casino Cost?

Premium rooms start at $59 a night during the week, while the Signature and Concierge rooms can be booked for $79 and $114 a night, respectively. On weekends, expect Premium rooms to be around $140 a night, Signature rooms to be around $170 a night, and Concierge rooms to be around $205 a night. Note that a daily $22 resort fee is not included in the room prices. 

What Activities are Popular near Westgate Las Vegas Resort & Casino?

Beyond the 95,000 square foot casino in the hotel you can explore Vegas. Look for "Elvis: the Exhibition" to entertain and delight audiences with Elvis' classics on the same stage he played sold-out shows on for years. Head to "Purple Reign," a tribute show dedicated to Prince, or consider the cabaret show with Suzanne Somers as a way to stir things up. Beyond the hotel, all the gambling, light shows, and fountains you've heard about are on the Strip, and the Las Vegas monorail makes it easy to see the rest of what Vegas has to offer. 

What's the Bottom Line?

It may not be the newest or fanciest name on the Strip, but there are plenty of luxurious offerings available while helping you stick to a budget. Being off the Strip means getting away from the 24-hour hustle and bustle, so it's easier to sleep at night. When you're ready to see all that Vegas has to offer, this hotel provides a comfortable, memorable stay.

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3000 S. Paradise Road
Las Vegas, NV 89109
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User Highlights
Overall Guest Score
"Monorail was amazing and convenient" "View of the strip was amazing"
Restaurants & bars in the area were ok, according to 64%.
Near to public transport, according to 99%.
"Rooms are spacious, tastefully decorated" "Sleeping in the hotel was wonderful"
77% said the beds were comfortable.
87% thought rooms were spacious.
"Breakfast was lovely" "Hotel provides clean room and buffet breakfast"
77% were happy with the price of the breakfast.
"Hosts were not pushy" "Managers were very nice and apologetic"
84% found the staff to be very friendly.
59% said the reception staff was ok.
"Cafe is okay, but overpriced" "Buffet was also a rip-off"
The price was too high for 65%.
52% thought it was adequately priced.
"Pool area is also tastefully decorated" "Pool and work out room were fantastic"
Dirty pool, said 52%.
"Dirty carpets in the hall" "Lights didn't work and it was dirty"
Only 57% said rooms were clean enough.
65% thought the cleanliness of the hotel was average.
"Halls smell damp" "Cocktail waitresses on the casino floor are rude"
55% thought the building was acceptable.
52% considered the lobby entrance to be so-so.
"Lights didn't work and it was dirty" "Very dirty tables and chairs"
Only 57% said rooms were clean enough.
69% thought they were poorly maintained.
"The restaurants were excellent" "Steak restaurant was excellent"
54% did not like what was on the menu.
The price was too high for 65%.
"Exercise room looks small" "Fitness center outdated"
top-notch fitness area, thought 72%.
"Gorgeous color scheme" "Concierge lounge was excellent"
65% criticized the unstylish hotel.
74% enjoyed the friendly atmosphere.
"Charged a fortune for Wi-fi" "Internet and "cardio room" it's a scam"
74% said the wifi quality was bad.
52% thought it was adequately priced.

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Hotel could use some updating
Rooms need regular maintenance
Bathroom could be optimized
Comfortable beds
Expert Reviews
Convenient to the Las Vegas Convention Center, the LVH- Las Vegas Hotel and Casino is a quiet alternative to Strip hotels, particularly for business travelers and conventioneers.
Rough Guide
The Hilton is only a short way off the Strip – and connected to it by Monorail – and its 3000-plus rooms and suites have all the fancy linens and marble trimmings you could ask for.
Adjacent to the Las Vegas Convention Center, the hotel draws a large business crowd. Its own 200,000-square-foot meeting space includes pillar-free rooms and seating for up to 8,904 guests.
Hotel Information
Airport Shuttle
Bar or Lounge
Business Center
Fitness Center
Free Parking
Free Wifi
Spa or Sauna
From 3:00pm*must be 18 or older to check-in
Until 11:00am
# of Rooms
  • Resort Fee: USD 33.54 per accommodation, per night
  • Internet Fee: USD 15.99 per stay (rates may vary)
  • Rollaway Bed Fee: USD 30.00 per night
Some smoking-allowed rooms
Handicap Accessible
Wheelchair Accessible