17 Replies Latest reply: Sep 22, 2011 12:07 PM by designdeva RSS

Vegas

ironsoldier Gold
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Whats the best Marriott Hotel to stay at in Las Vegas?

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    us_specops_af Silver
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    I always stay at the Fairfield Inn or Courtyard just west of I-15.  It's off the strip but close enough that it's a quick drive to get there.  Depending on when you're going, there is a new Springhill suites opening up in May that is by the Convention Center.

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    jerrycoin Alumni Steward Platinum 60 Reviews
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    Thanks for the advice!

     

    These are great alternatives for my upcoming convention! 

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    milesmutt Platinum
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    Personally, I like the Renaissance Hotel.  It's off the strip, but next to the LV Convention Ctr and about 200 yards from the monorail which will take you close to the main Strip attractions. 

    Nice Club Lounge and reasonable mid-week rates too! 

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    txannie Platinum
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    Depends on what you're interested in doing, but the most luxurious gorgeous rooms are in the Wynn, Encore or Palazzo.  Great service, beautiful hotels, quiet casinos.  Wynn is right across from the big mall, lots of restaurants around, but on the northern end of the strip so not so convenient to other casinos.  For a hotel in the middle of the strip, Bellagio tops them all. You can get some great travel package discounts depending on when you want to go. If you want the activity of someplace like MGM Grand but want quieter rooms, stay at the Signature which is attached to MGM Grand, but is luxury timeshare.

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    brucek Platinum
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    Depends on what you like.  If you like to stay in a casio hotel, then the JW Marriott has a casio on property, but the hotel is not on the strip, but in the Summerlin area.  The Marriott Suites near the convention center and LV Hilton is a super place also, but no casio.  The Polo Club which is a time share is across from the Monti Carlo and a great place on the strip.  There are also Residence Inns and Courtyards, but again no casio.  The newest is the Renaissance which is another beautiful hotel, located near the LV Hilton and Marriott Suites, but still no casio and is on Paradise.  My choice if you are looking for typical Vegas action is the Polo Club because it is on the strip and near everything.

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    kilby5924 Platinum 1 Reviews
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    We stayed at the JW  in summerlin and we loved it. It more a resort and is right Vegas and easy to get the strip but far enough away to give you a more relaxed feel. Great pool area and is close to Red Rock Canyon. Great golf also if you are so inclined 

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    lifetimejones Platinum
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    It may not be available to you, but if it is...

     I have stayed at the Marriott Grand Chateau in Las Vegas which is one of the vacation club properties.  There are one, two and  three bedroom executive suites as well as a one-bedrom (with kitchenette).  It is one block off the strip and reasonably well situated.

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    egw019 Platinum
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    with out a doubt its renaissance in las vegas,they have great deals,go to the location site and click on deals at this hotel. they have a nice bar and a great ,very excepoinal place to eat with a very good food. they are located with access to the tram to any location in town.

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    kokoe2 Platinum
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    Renaissance is the best place to stay in Vegas. Off the strip and quiet. You can take a tram to the strip, so you don't even need  a car.

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    Alumni Steward Platinum 8 Reviews
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    I really like the Renaissance Hotel, off the strip at the base of the Monorail.  NIce folks, great suites and rooms, and no casino, so it's quiet without being boring.  Last time I stayted there they all dressed in "ratpack" attire, but that may have changed.

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    bmarr11 Platinum
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    JW Marriott in summerland. 10-15 mile drive, not bad. hotel is fabulous. free parking at all the big hotels on the strip whenever you need to get into town

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    tyler_ngs Platinum
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    I am going to agree with LifetimeJones on this one.  The Marriott Grand Chateau is my favorite.  I have stayed at all the Marriott’s in the area, and this is by far my favorite.  It is located a block off the strip behind the Harley Davidson Café.  The rooms are in excellent condition and very spacious.  There is also a rooftop pool with a full bar to relax.

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    charprn Silver
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    We stayed at the Renaissance 2 years ago and enjoyed it. It's not a 'casino' hotel and it's off strip so it was quieter. The service was in true Renaissance style - exceptional!

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    beachorbust Platinum
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    I have stayed at the Renaissance right next to the Convention Center. It is well appointed and the rooms are very nice. The staff there is also very accomodating. The only problem is that you are a cab ride from the strip. I happen to like it since I don't care to walk by noisy slots and tables to get to my room. I have also stayed at the Grand Chateau which is just one block off the strip. This is a time-share resort, and the rooms are very nice and of course have a lot of space. I have also stayed at the new Residence Inn, which is adjacent to McCormick and Schmicks. If you go this route, make sure you select this Residence Inn and not the older one closer to the Convention Center. Good luck!

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    cheshire Silver
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    Well, certainly not the Residence Inn Hughes Center, they have the Worst customer service ever! STAY ANYWHERE ELSE BUT HERE PLEASE 
    The area is perfect to relax and enjoy the off-strip silence, the pool and jacuzzi were just the right size (maybe a little too much chlorine) and the rooms were cleaned. 
    We are loyal members and have stayed in different areas and brands, and receive superior services, a basket of goodies a couple of time, breakfast daily and comp small bottled water; here we were treated very unfairly. We were not greeted with a smile, we were not even WELCOMED. There is a male specifically who was beyond rude and i wanted to complain directly to the manager but he was unavailable. 
    At the check-in desk there was 1 person in front of us. he had so sign some papers and whatnot, it was taking a bit of a while, he was offered a water bottle a nd asked if he needed any extras in his room. 
    The Rep seemed to be irritated and got on the phone, without acknowledging us at all, a female rep said she could help us on the side desk, I had to notify her that we were going to use our reward point and our certificates. she said they were not there, that they were probably in "cyberworld" and that she was going to charge my credit card and then look into it. 
    We had no time to discuss that and hurried to our room, on our way back down we asked the male rep if we could have a bottle of water please, he gave us a look that was, to me discriminating, unreal. he said "oh we don't have water!" i looked back and said "u don't have water? wow this is the first place that doesn't have water" and Just walked away. The next afternoon i went downstairs for a walk and asked a different female rep for a complimentary water she said, "oh, we don't have THOSE" wow...i was truly amazed at the way we were treated and i am waiting for an email that i'm sure is never going to reach me. 

    Its not much of a deal because of the water, but because of they way everyone was treating us, WE FELT VERY DISCRIMINATED. what was the difference with the guy that checked in ahead of us who was welcomed and offered many things to? 

    NEVER GOING BACK THERE AGAIN!!

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    traveler2 Platinum
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    I have to agree with txannie.....love, love,love the Palazzo. If you go on there web site and sign up you can get some wonderful specials. We stayed at the JW Summerlin and although the hotel was nice we did not care at all for the cassino and felt to far removed from the strip. But I have to say the pool and staff was very nice! Enjoy!!

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    designdeva Platinum 3 Reviews
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    I have stayed at most of the properties mentioned here and am amazed that no one has mentioned the Cosmopolitan.  It has become my hotel of choice in Vegas.  Have stayed several times since they opened.  As a platinum member I have always been graciously acknowledged upon arrival and upgraded without having to ask.  Do give it a try.  Well worth the price.

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