Westgate Las Vegas Resort & Casino
What We Love
- A glamorous stay at a legendary Vegas resort, with the option for a luxe suite or stunning villaThe history – Westgate resort hosted 837 consecutive sold-out Elvis Presley shows through the 1970s
- The on-site monorail station that will take you to the heart of the Strip
- The long list of shops, lounges and bars, as well as the hot tub, pool and six tennis courts
- The Benihana outpost – the largest in the world
What To Know
- Located right off the strip on Paradise Road
- Rooms are rather large but some of the decor is a bit dated
- Every day that you choose to take advantage of their Go Green program, you'll earn $10 in credit that can be used towards dining at on-site restaurants
- Handicap Accessible
- Parking On Site
With a stay at Westgate Las Vegas Resort & Casino in Las Vegas (East of the Las Vegas Strip), you’ll be minutes from Las Vegas Convention Center and close to University of Nevada-Las Vegas. This 4-star hotel is within close proximity of Las Vegas Country Club and Fashion Show Mall.
Make yourself at home in one of the 2956 air-conditioned rooms featuring refrigerators and LED televisions. Wired Internet access (surcharge) is available to keep you connected. Private bathrooms with shower/tub combinations feature complimentary toiletries and hair dryers. Conveniences include phones, as well as safes and desks.
Spa, Wellness & Premium Amenities
Take time to pamper yourself with a visit to the full-service spa. Gambling sorts can try their luck at the casino, while others may prefer outdoor tennis courts or a 24-hour health club. Additional features at this hotel include wireless Internet access (surcharge), concierge services, and gift shops/newsstands.
Food & Drink
Grab a bite to eat at one of the hotel’s 10 restaurants and 2 coffee shops/cafés, or stay in and take advantage of room service (during limited hours). Relax with a refreshing drink from a poolside bar or one of the 5 bars/lounges.
Business & Travel Amenities
Featured amenities include wired Internet access (surcharge), a business center, and limo/town car service. Planning an event in Las Vegas? This hotel has 225,000 square feet (21 square meters) of space consisting of conference space and meeting rooms. Free valet parking is available onsite.
How to Get There
The buffet is a place you can get a breakfast before a trade show quickly. I ate there three days, and all three days the watermelon in the buffet was old. It was discolored, soft and had a bad taste.
Our room was ok, but the room service was lacking.
I come back only because the location is next to the convention center!
Our room was in the North tower. The room was very nice and clean. There is a great view of the strip with breathtaking lights of the valley at nightfall. Restaurants are good; we always enjoy Benihana on every trip. There is a coffee shop, Sids that is very mediocre. However, their desserts are excellent if you have a sweet tooth. Service is usually quite slow, but servers are always nice. Checkin is always a pleasant experience. Sandy is always professional and welcoming to guests . Stephanie and Bambi are also pleasant and helpful. Our host, Dominic Parisi is terrific and always helpful and delightful to visit with. He has great hotel experiences to tell you about and has even written a book called "My Vegas Life" which has very interesting stories about his time spent with huge entertainers like Elvis and Olivia Newton John. The casino is small, but there is a huge sports book area that is real nice if you like watching or betting on sports. Hotel is not on the Strip, but this makes for easily manageable traffic. They also don't charge for parking which Strip casinos do. It is a quick drive to Strip and has a monorail that goes to the strip.
I will do everything I can to never return to this hotel, it's not just because of the mediocre expensive food. One thing that disgusted me is that the hotel would rather take the environmentally disastrous decision to sell hotel guests ridiculously over-priced water at $3 for a small bottle rather than install those filtered water bottle filling stations like in airports. (Tap water in Las Vegas is disgusting and undrinkable) I'd be happy if they added a some $ amount to their obnoxious "resort fees" to avoid the huge waste of all the plastic bottles. Not cool at all.
Also, lots of nasty cigarette smell on the ground floor.
FYI - my room didn't look like the one shown on this page on the Trip Advisor page.
I recently traveled to Las Vegas and stayed at Westgate. From the time I set foot on property I was greeted by some of the friendliest folks I have ever come across in Las Vegas. I had a quick check in and stayed in one of the Luxe Rooms. My room was really quite lovely. I had a walk in shower and it looked like it was just recently redone becasue theer was little wear on anything. I ate in Edge and Sid's multiple days. I thought both were top notch, (scallops at Edge were my favorite and salmon at Sid's) and again, it was just really friendly staff that seemed to go above and beyond at every turn. I feel like I could have just about asked for anything off menu and they would have accommodated.
I did gamble a little, the casino was not the biggest but it was clean and fun. It is adjacent to the IBar and the singer was really good.
I will return to Westgate, it was just a great time the whole time.
Our recent visit to Westgate Las Vegas Resort & Casino was nice but nothing outstanding. The hotel rooms were clean and comfortable but very dated and are in need of a renovation. We attended an event in the Convention Center so the convenience and accommodations for that event were nicely done although the security for the event was sporadic about taking coffee into the facility. Some said that you could do it while the next day you could not even if it was purchased in the hotel. The elevators were not working for much of our stay which made for a lot of confusion at the elevators -sometimes only one of the elevators in the set were working and sometimes none were working at certain locations. No signage was present to say they weren't working -it just didn't work (elevators never arrived or the buttons were pressed to call it and then they would just go out). This was frustrating and the stairwells were difficult to find and not always someplace you wanted to be alone. The food was OK but the gambling area seemed small and very smoky. The access to the monorail was very nice and that was a nice way to get to the Strip easily and quickly. The pool was closed for a private event -some of our group received notice about this in their room, others did not. They didn't initially have many chairs out around the pool but eventually decided to pull out some others since nothing was available at 10:30 in the morning.