Westgate Las Vegas
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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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.
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.
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.
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.
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.