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Las Vegas Hilton Casino

Address
3000 Paradise Rd Las Vegas NV 89109
Phone
(702) 732-5111
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Average Rating
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Total Reviews
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Toll Free
(800) 732-7117
Fax
(702) 794-3611

Business Hours

Status: Closed

Sunday
8:00am-2:30pm
Monday
7:00am-2:30pm
Tuesday
7:00am-2:30pm
Wednesday
7:00am-2:30pm
Thursday
7:00am-2:30pm
Friday
7:00am-2:30pm
Saturday
8:00am-2:30pm

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Westgate Las Vegas Resort & Casino, a full-service resort in Las Vegas, lies one block from the Las Vegas Strip and next to the Las Vegas Convention Center. Highlights of Westgate Las Vegas include a variety of accommodation choices, 95,000-square-foot casino with the World’s Largest Race & Sports Book, great live entertainment and award-winning dining such as Edge Steakhouse, Benihana, Fresco...

Located in the Las Vegas Hilton , Fortuna adds a little swank to this posh hotel. Open 24 hours, the true coffee addict or wine aficionado can get a fix any time of the night or day. With Illy coffee, a global selection of waters, and wine by the glass or bottle, there is a beverage for all tastes. To go with the world class beverages, Fortuna offers a selection of pastries, cakes, and fruits....

Ideally located adjacent to the Las Vegas Convention Center and just one block from the world-famous Las Vegas Strip, the le...gendary Westgate Las Vegas Resort & Casino features only the finest amenities and offerings! Our world-class Las Vegas hotel casino features a unique blend of excitement with incredible restaurants and nightlife, endless Las Vegas entertainment and a lively casino that...

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Overall review sentiment

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76%

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Rating distribution

5 stars
48
4 stars
90
3 stars
44
2 stars
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1 star
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Editorial reviews from the web (5)

The Buffet Restaurant Review

Designed to resemble a bistro --- a very large and high-ceilinged bistro --- The Buffet at the LVH Las Vegas Hotel & Casino aims to satisfy every taste. Crispy bacon, hot sticky buns and scrambled eggs with smoked salmon are among breakfast favorites. Lunch and dinner choices include sushi, pasta, carved-to-order prime rib and turkey, imaginatively prepared seafood and Chinese specialties such...

Average Rating
70

After a major upgrade this year, this former no-frills motel located across from the waterfront on the far East End of town now resembles a boutique hotel. The decor throughout is sleek and stylish, and in the guest rooms, there is a very cheerful and beachy palate on the walls and bedding. The pool has been upgraded and now includes a Cabana Bar area. The hotel's restaurant, Whaler Lounge,...

Opened by billionaire Kirk Kerkorian in 1968 as the International, this hotel attracted some of Las Vegas' top entertainment, including Barbra Streisand and Elvis Presley. The $70-million Star Trek: The Experience includes a themed-casina…

Average Rating
35

A surprisingly stylish-looking room, with the usual suspects (salad bar, bagel bar, desserts) and a good selection of Chinese food (including Peking duck). The fare is fresh and delicious, with special mention going to the prime rib, the outstanding cream puffs, and the superior rice pudding. (It's hard to find good desserts at Vegas buffets.) There's plenty to eat here, but the place feels...

Average Rating
70

Made world-famous in the film Rebel Without a Cause, Griffith Observatory's bronze domes have been Hollywood Hills landmarks since 1935. Closed for renovation for what seemed like forever, it finally reopened in November 2006 after a $93-million overhaul. The central dome houses the 300-seat Samuel Oschin Planetarium, where hourly screenings of a narrated 30-minute projection show called...

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Average Rating
100

Love this hotel. One block from the strip. Best rooms and huge bathrooms. A fun place to stay! Simply beautiful rooms!

Average Rating
100

Cute little bakery and coffee shop. They don't have the full Starbucks menu, but that's okay because they are open 24/7. Perfect if you are an early riser and need coffee and a bagel at 4 am, or...

Motel, not a hotel

Average Rating
20

One star for this motel masquerading as a hotel -- this review is long overdue. We stayed here a little after Labor Day weekend, but my resentment lives on...so here we go:
This would probably be fine for twentysomething youngsters looking to cram into a room with 5 other friends for a weekend in P-town. But for an adult who...

Average Rating
80

Friendly service and fairly reasonable prices. The fruit cup was all fresh and good-tasting.

Just an average hotel

Average Rating
60

I went to P-Town for a weekend in May with a couple of friends and stayed in an ocean view room. The name is very misleading, because this is really a motel, not a hotel. They required a 2 night minimum stay even in May and I expected it to be nicer. I guess the sweeping sands from the beach...

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Westgate Las Vegas Resort & Casino, a full-service resort in Las Vegas, lies one block from the Las Vegas Strip and next to the Las Vegas Convention Center. Highlights of Westgate Las Vegas include a variety of accommodation choices, 95,000-square-foot casino with the Worlds Largest Race & Sports Book, great live entertainment and award-winning dining such as Edge Steakhouse, Benihana, Fresco...

Opened by billionaire Kirk Kerkorian in 1968 as the International, this former Hilton hotel attracted some of Las Vegas' top entertainment, including Barbra Streisand and Elvis Presley. Trent Carlini as "The King" performs six nights a week in the Shimmer Cabaret. Adjacent to the Las Vegas Convention Center, the hotel draws a large business crowd. Its own 200,000-square-foot meeting space...

Offering direct access to the beach, this Provincetown hotel is 0.7 mi (1.2 km) from Provincetown Repertory Theater and 1.6 mi (2.5 km) from Pilgrim Monument. Provincetown Theater and Provincetown Art Association and Museum are also within 1 mi (2 km).

Adjacent to the Las Vegas Convention Center, this resort is a 10-minute drive from McCarran International Airport. The on-site stop for the Las Vegas Monorail offers convenient access to the Strip.

This hotel is within the region of Brundage Mountain Resort.

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