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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had a great stay from taking a helicopter ride to attending a prince show. The people were attentive to my needs and I felt like I was the only guest. If we needed anything they were quick to respond. The bed was comfortable and the room was adequate. The only thing I wish our room would have had was a coffee machine.More
Really special place.
Check in was smooth and hassle free. Room clean,spacious and we'll appointed.Staff was helpful ,friendly and courteous. Restaurants are beautiful and the food was very good if a little pricy..We came in for a birthday and had a great timeMore
We were here for a gymnastics competition so it was a convenient location to the convention center. I have stayed at many places in Vegas, this is by far the last place I would recommend to anyone. Poor layout, not enough restaurants and not close enough to walk anywhere else, nickel and dime you for everything including room to room calls, use of safe, internet access. I will say all the employees were friendly and helpful. Off strip I would recommend South Point, Tahiti village for fun-clean family rooms(close to strip with free shuttle), on strip I would recommend Bellagio or MGM....never Westgate.More
After United Airlines Hosed up our flights to Las Vegas we lost a day on our three day trip which involved not being able to cancel our hotel reservation on the first night and having to stay in Newark, NJ. Someone at the Westgate assumed, because we didn't show the first night that our reservation was to be canceled for the remaining nights. Upon arrival, when we tried checking in, the mistake was found and we were ushered into the VIP Reservation Office and set up with a very nice room on the golf course side and a beautiful view. We still lost the first night charges, but are attempting to recover them from United Airlines.More
Possibly worst room ever
Guaranteed non-smoking, two bed, room was not available. Sent to a 'temporary' room with rollaway bed. Took a second trip for linens for rollaway. Room next to elevator--which ran ALL NIGHT LONG--like a jet plane landing in the room. Never moved to the room that was 'guaranteed'. Check in took over two hours (arrived at 10 p.m. got into room at 12:30 a.m.!) Room service took an hour and half for breakfast. Tub faucet leaked a steady stream. No glasses in room first night. No coffee pot. Large hole in wall. Had to climb UP into the bed, had to bend way over to reach the very low sink and vanity. Worst room ever. Will never go back there.More
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