The Westgate Las Vegas is home to 10 restaurants and a huge curvy pool. You can reach the famous strip in a couple of minutes on the monorail, too.
The Westgate Las Vegas has a pretty impressive claim to fame. Rock legend Elvis Presley played 837 consecutive sold out shows at the hotel, and was immortalised in the lobby in statue form. You’ll even see his picture hung in some of the rooms.
This place is set up so you never have to leave if you don’t want to– it’s got a big casino, a lake-like pool with a waterside bar, and a scaled-down shopping mall. There are 10 restaurants, including the world’s biggest chain of Benihana.
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Las Vegas' signature nightlife is in one of its many casinos. The Westgate hotel has one of its own, complete with the traditional slot machines and tables for Roulette, Blackjack, Baccarat and Craps. It is also host to the world's largest race and sports book and drinks and snacks are available when you need them.
Las Vegas Country Club Golf course*
Play on the same court as professionals have and release your inner Tiger Woods or Rory McIlroy. Thanks to a long-standing relationship with the Las Vegas Country Club guests of the Westgate hotel are able to reserve a game on their prestigious golf course. This 18 hole. pristine and professional course is perfect for spending a sunny day. Guests can reserve a game by phone between 8.00am and 8.00pm Sunday to Thursday, Fridays and Saturdays 8.00am to midnight,
Ice Cream Shoppe
The perfect dessert stop serving not just 12 all natural ice cream flavours but also a variety of sundaes, milkshakes, ice cream sodas, coffes and more. The Ice Creame Shoppe prides itself in its delicious ice cream that will leave you coming back for more and more.
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premium double room
The premium double room is decorated with warm-toned furnishings for a cosy finish. From the window enjoy the sights of either the bustling Las Vegas Strip or the lush greens of the Las Vegas Country Club golf course. With plenty of space and a cable TV you're sure to feel right at home.
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I know that Elvis stayed at this hotel, I think I might have stayed in one of these rooms, unfortunately , this room has not been updated since Elvis was alive. Dark outdated, no maid service. Unimpressive. The most disappointing part was, I paid for for an upgrade for this room ,$44 a day more for this was a total rip off.More
A year or so ago I gave the Westgate Hotel in Las Vegas a pretty negative review. I recently went back for the start of March Madness and feel I should update my report. Unlike before, when check-in lines and times were laughable, this time the process was as smooth and quick as possible. Although it was a use place, the lines at the Westgate moved quickly, with a large number of staff on duty. The desk clerk who checked me in, Mark, was a courteous, pleasant and efficient young man who quickly asceded to my request for a room not far from the elevator. I highly recommend you ask for a room in the Central Tower, where my room was located. Unlike earlier visits, the roaming hordes of time-share agents in the lobby weren't as obnoxious and swarming as usual, perhaps because they prefer young couples for their sales pitches rather than older gents by themselves. But these folks are still lurking, so try to avoid them at all costs. My room, on the 18th floor, was very nice, especially for the price. It was less than $80 a night, purchase through an online travel site. Prices are usually very high for March Madness in Vegas and the Westgate was probably the cheapest for what I wanted (close to great Sportsbook). A room at Circus-Circus may have been cheaper but there is really nothing about that place that would entice you to stay there. And of course, all hotels in Vegas, now add the idiotic resort fee of 25-30 dollars on top of quoted fare. You have to pay up, no use arguing. I should mention the lobby of Westgate and adjacent public rooms seem to have been spruced up and it appears that management seems to be trying to reverse the declining image of the hotel. Good for them. Of course, being away from the Strip, except for car or monorail access, means no competition for food, snacks, even coffee, so prices are absurd for everything- coffee, a burger, Danish or M & M's (really, $3 ?) The room itself was just great. Located close to elevator, it was very spacious, extremely clean, with a humungous framed print of Elvis on the wall. Nicet view of golf course out back as well. Two double or queen beds, benches at foot of each bed, two pole lamps and bedside reading lamp. Of course a decent dresser, mirrored closet, safe, decent vanity and bathroom, plenty of towels and basic toiletries, hair dryer, fine carpeting, quiet, flat-screen tv. For most part everything was quite up to par. I should mention the lighting-overhead at entrance, bathroom and vanity was fine. But the lamps throughout living and sleeping area had tiny bulbs, usually several per lamp, similar to bulbs found in night lights. Hardly illuminating. And two lamps were encircled in hanging glass beads, as if you were in someone's idea of a harem. Odd design, with minimal light, these need a do-over. I couldn't even read the newspaper with the illumination from these decorations. Most hotels no wave bedside lamps with outlets or USB ports built in, for travelers cellphone or tablets. The Westgate has no such amenity, so I suggest you always keep a short extension cord in your suitcase or backpack, since the outlets by the bedside table are usually taken up by lamp and alarm clock. Which eminds me--kudos to wake-up call folks. I had very early flight home, so had to be at airport by 4:30 am, so set my iPhone alarm for 3:45 and had Hotel wake up call set. I was in shower when the call came, but they tried twice more, and when I finally got to phone, there was a pleasant young lady reminding me to get up, not an automated response--well done and thanks for your persistence, Last time I was here I couldn't get a boarding pass printed. Now there is a FedEx office onsite and self-service printing of your boarding pass was simple and for some unknown reason, FREE. I'm sure this won't be available when you try it but was a nice touch. I did well in my basketball parlays at The Westgate Sportsbook (which could open more betting windows when 80 people are in line) but I'm trying to be positive, The Westgate is trying and I'll give them an A for effort.More
Fred H, 58026
I had a convention at the hotel. The room was beautiful and comfortable. Lots of storage for clothes if you have a long stay. Large television. Fast elevators. My negatives would be the prices of things in the gift shop and restaurants. Also walking to the attached convention center through the smoke filled casino. That's most likely a Vegas issue everywhere. A plus is the monorail goes right to the hotel and the strip is only a short walk away. More
Best Sports Book in Town!!
Giant screens,comfortable seating, free wifi, close free parking and plenty of betting action. Employee Lori Jackson in the race/sports book is awesome! The deli next to the race/sports book is also great for a quick bite.More
Traveler J, 60795
Don't Call Room Service!
Had 5 nights at the Westgate and have mixed feelings. The room was excellent - studio type with a huge high be d. I was in 1147 and my travelling companion had the better view a floor up in 52. The have darkeners to keep out the light and the curtains don't close. A coffee making machine but you have to buy the coffee but the room was just for sleeping as we were on business and pretty busy. Good wifi enabled me to communicate with the family back home. Walk in shower was a highlight for me - decent bathroom too. Roomservice, used by my companion was very slow but what do you expect in a huge hotel! Used the pool once which was nice but don't plan on swimming! Far too busy for that! If using the business centre you have to walk about 2k to the other side of the hotel. Staff were friendly although trying to get a drink in the casino is hard! Staff in general helpful and friendly, especially Becky in slots - a huge help even when it wasn't her job! It's dated with a touch of modern. The eggs benedict was a disappointment - it was just like a jar of mayo had been emptied on top of the poached eggs!! Certainly more pros than cons and the monorail runs directly into the strip which is great.More
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