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Resorts Destination Casino Club
Open: 7am-12am (Sun-Thurs)/7am-2am (Fri-Sat)
The slot card expires after 13 months of inactivity.
Slot Point Accrual
|5¢, 25¢, $1||$10/1||$10/1|
Minimum: 2000 points
Increments: 200 points
Food: Present your card to the cashier to pay with points. Rate of redemption needed.
This casino was previously known as the LVH Hotel & Casino.
Reservation Number: (800) 732-7117
Rooms: 2,956 Price Range: $69-$129
Suites: 305 Price Range: $130-$1,750
Restaurants: 11 (1 open 24 hours)
Buffets: B- $17 L-$20 D- $25
Casino Size: 74,676 Square Feet
Games Offered: Slots, Video Poker, Blackjack, Craps, Roulette, Sports Book, Race Book, Baccarat, Mini-Baccarat, Pai Gow Poker, Let It Ride, Three Card Poker, Big 6 Wheel, Casino War
Special Features: World’s largest race and sports book. Health club. Jogging track.
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L.V.H is O.K.
You won't find Elvis here anymore, but you will find some full pay video poker scattered around the casino starting at a quarter. They have a small poker room running 1/3 NL and 4/8 LH, and one of the best sports books anywhere. The hotel is pretty big as are the rooms. It's a couple blocks away from the Strip, a short walk, or you can use the monorail which has a stop right at the hotel and the convention center next door.
Great Views also
I really liked the room I had, it was clean and comfortable with a great view. Shampoo and lotions were pretty good also. There are even good views by the elevators which were fast and clean. My check in and check how was friendly and efficient. Cocktail service was fast and friendly.
Great Full Pay VP
As I mentioned before great full pay video poker and a lot of varied slot machines. I like the fact that they even have .5 full pay, as I have young sons without big bankrolls. The deli is decent. the buffet is good, they have a good variety of restaurants. the personnel were polite and helpful. But I miss the star trek exposition.
Same Fame, New Name!
Based on January 2012 Visit
Every trip to Vegas, we take the Monorail down to The Hilton, or now called LVH.
Great Full Pay Video Poker here at the quarter level. It's located near the very large sports book, another selling point of this Vegas icon.
You'll notice that part of the casino still has the Star Trek look to it. They never removed this when "Star Trek: The Experience" closed a while back. It's kind of weird, but cool in a weird way.
Plenty of dining options at LVH. Benihana's is always a good choice. The Buffet isn't too bad either, not great, but slightly above average. Free boxed wine and Pabst Blue Ribbon to go along with the $19.99 dinner price.
In my opinion there's no better choice on the strip for video poker lovers for JoB.
the new LVH
I have gambled at the "hilton " for quite a few years, but this was my first stay. i really enjoyed it, but I usually stay at Terribles, GC,etc. I have stayed at the Tuscany, Bally's, Trop., and Embassy Suites. Elevators were fast, I had a nice room with a great view.
They have great VP varied and full pay, I have friends that love the slots there. Drink service was good and I gambled most of the time near the old Star Trek experience. I think you really have to pump some big dollars to get meaningful comps. i played about 8 hours and on Tues. I believe I was earning 3x points.for most of my play and at the end I had about $7 bucks. I was playing 5 coins .25. I enjoyed the breakfast buffet and the dinner. it's not the Bellagio, which I went to, but its good. They have a nice fitness room but there is a charge. I had a reuben pastrami at their deli and it was good . Not the quality of Greenbergs or Canters but
a fine sandwich. I was able to check in without much of a line at noon and express check out from the room, so I was a happy camper in that area. In addition the 108 rtc bus stop to the airport is right across the street. It took about 17 minutes. overall a great experience for a lifelong teacher.
LVH Review when it was Really LVH!
I have been traveling to the Las Vegas Hilton since I started coming to Vegas, except for my first ever trip to Vegas, where I stayed at New York New York. In any case, now that the Hilton has ended their agreement with this property they are calling it LVH, which is quite funny since that it was my friends and I have always called it. I think when Manilow left this property it was all downhill from there. He brought a lot of people in to this property. Rooms: I have a love hate relationship with this property. One time I was upgraded to a walk-in marble suite with jacuzzi. I think at the time they only had a couple of these rooms available and then the genius who is in charge of the property decided to get rid of these fabulous rooms for remodel. It was a nice big room and the jacuzzi itself was enormous. Since then I have been staying in the Grand Room and have noticed that in the past few years the customer service at the check in desk has gone down along with some other aspects of the property. I have been given rooms that were the incorrect room I booked, missed wake up calls, etc. Food: The Las Vegas Hilton buffet was great, especially because I received the buffets for free being an elite Hilton Honors member, no more now, thanks Hilton! Another great place is the sandwich shop directly across from the Sports Book. Great sub sandwiches made to order. You think they would keep it open til early morning but it usually closes late at night... Slots/Table Games: Some great classic Slot machine games. I like the fact that they kept some of the classics instead of replacing them with some of the garbage that is coming out lately. As for table games, the dealers and pit bosses are the friendliest around. Really had a good time gambling there. The Sportsbook is second to none and you actually used to get food or property comps for placing wagers in The Sportsbook but not sure what they are doing now since they changed owners... Misc.: Easy to get too and from the Strip as the Monorail goes right to the LVH. Great place to get away from the usual craziness of the Strip. They shouldn't have shelved the Star Trek Experience. That always brought a lot of guests in. It closed a few years ago and they still have all that space with absolutely nothing in it. What a waste of space. Big disappointment again in their management. I hate to say it but I wouldn't be surprised if this property closes shop in the next few years to make room for something new. I don't have any knowledge of that, it's just a hunch and from what has been happening lately. I think guests who don't know already will be severely disappointed when they find out that they can't get Hilton Honor Points or Rewards anymore, especially the free daily breakfast at the buffet. So long Las Vegas Hilton (the real LVH) ol' friend. I won't forget the great times we had...
Glad I Checked this Place Out
Went to the Hilton as I had a coupon for TJ's Steakhouse. Having never been to the Hilton before, I decided that I would take the monorail from Imperial Palace. From riding the monorail, and see how far it goes, you get a real perspective how big the hotels and buildings in Las Vegas...
Anywho, back to the review. We arrived around 2 or 3 in the afternoon as we wanted to play a bit. There is a great selection of machines, and even found some 9/6 JOB at my type of limit - quarters. The drink service was fast, too fast. This place knows how to mix a great Tequila Sunrise.
I never signed up for a card, as there was no real incentive to. There was no promotion on when I was there, so, no card.
The staff was super nice at this place. Nicer than nice. Everyone was so helpful, especially they lady I never got my card from. She gave some great advice on taking a cab Downtown later - Take the monorail to that last station, where the Sahara is, straight down the elevator and hail a cab off the street. Only about $10 w/tip from there...
My wife said she could feel "Elvis" in this place; lots of history here apparently... I would like to try this place out someday to stay for a night or two...
Las Vegas Hilton
We visited the Las Vegas Hilton to dine at the buffet restaurant using the prize I won from the ACG recently. The Hilton person who handled getting my buffet comp was great answering my emails and cell phone calls. The place is so big that we got lost finding a place to park until we finally found the parking garage. The buffet was actually a disappointment being so small.
(But a free buffet is always good!). The player's club was not offering any special incentive to join, so we didn't.
Love the LV Hilton Video Poker
There's no comparison for Jacks or Better Video Poker players. Las Vegas Hilton has 9/6 JoB even at the quarter level (and maybe even lower) which is HARD to find on the strip. Okay, The Hilton isn't right on the strip, but still it's way above the rest in terms of video poker. The slot selection is decent as well. Table games tend to have low minimums, and the staff is very nice here. We received free drinks when joining the players club, and the cocktail service was excellent over in the full pay VP area (right by the sportsbook). It's nice having monorail passes because there's a stop right at The Hilton. A name change is coming in 2012, and I hope things stay the same at this property, just under a different name.
The Hilton has been around for a very long time, but hasn't lost its class. I used to love the "ELVIS" sign when he was there. I still can remember the great banana splits.
I've stayed here 5 times in the last 3 years. In that time the service has slowly deteriorated. Each time the lines at the front desk have gotten longer as they don't staff enough people at the front desk (although this has been a problem at many other casinos in Las Vegas as well). Also they have what I call an "anti-resort fee". If you forego daily maid service, you get a $10 voucher good in the casino restaurants and stores. Well the last time we called to forego maid service on the first day since we had checked in late and didn't have a chance to really dirty the room. Well even though we only called to forego once, the maids never came during our stay and we got the $10 voucher every day. Calling to complain after the 2nd day didn't help anything. And I finally on the 3rd day had to ask for new towels. Somebody in housekeeping isn't keeping up with the program.
We stay here since they send nice room offers to us on a regular basis and the rooms are nice. They do have some decent pay video poker machines. Too many of the blackjack tables pay the dreaded 6 to 5 and the minimums can seem high, especially compared to the other casinos on Paradise Road. And any hotel with a statue of Elvis out front can't be too bad. Maybe the Las Vegas Hilton has a special place in my heart since it is where this East Coast boy first played single deck blackjack.
Very nice hotel and casino
We stayed here for a week and would definitely stay again.
The cash accumulated on the players card was very good value for the amount that we played.
Waitress service was a bit slow at times and virtually non-existant in the Space Quest casino.
Ate at the buffet which was good and one of the snack bars near the Sports Book - think it was Vegas Subs.
Our room was very nice.
Pool is a bit small but there were plenty of sunbeds.
Good Convention Hotel
We stay at the Hilton when attending conventions and find it convenience. The casino is nice, comps good, however not close to strip for walking. Will need to take taxi or monarail to get to other casinos.
Las Vgas Hilton
Great place to stay,play,eat and see Brooks&Dunn's show. Going there in March to stay 3 nights.
Great room offers
Far north end of the Strip so location is not ideal unless going to a convention, but it has a monorail stop.
I have stayed here >10 times over the last 10 years. They give the best room offers, any day including weekends up to 4 nights. I do better here playing slots than on the Strip.
Last time I went (2/08), I won two jackpots. Rooms are not as nice as the Wynn or Bellagio, but they have been upgraded and are fine (on par with the Mirage).
Room service was good; cafe has decent inexpensive food. Buffet is just average (but fine for free, I get them comped). I hear their steak house is quite good, but I have not tried it.
Employees are friendly & the cocktail service is good in the main casino, just so so in the Space Quest casino. Usually I go as a girl's weekend, but I came here once with my husband & kids. My husband & son enjoyed the Star Trek experience & Quarks restaurant.
Only reason I gave the gaming atmosphere a 4 instead of a five is I don't really care for the casino layout: I prefer one large casino.
Good offers/Poor CB and comps
They will send room offers to quarter players but Resorts has gutted their CB and comps. For now its still a decent value.