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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Long anniversary weekend
So for the good things- the staff at Sid's Cafe were excellent. it was convenient to the monorail which was important due to some mobility challenges for my husband. Not so good? It was a little frustrating all around. Staff were pleasant when checking in. However, when I asked about an upgrade to the Concierge package I was told that we could try it for the day through the following evening and if we didn't like it we could cancel. (we were checking in early afternoon). When I went to cancel the next day because we weren't finding it to be a good value the person at the desk said it ended immediately- though it was late morning. We would not have gotten it if we knew that. If we were eating breakfast, doing cocktails, etc. it would be a good consideration. However, we didn't because it ended much earlier than we were told it would. I think they should be much more clear and honest when they are selling up. The room seemed like it was a good value when booking, but in the end it's actually a bit more expensive than it's worth. There is the base price, then add on for resort fee (which I know everyone has). though there's a question about the resort fee because not everyone pays it. When I said we'll just pay for wifi then and not the resort fee I was told it was mandatory. that was confusing since some of the literature references other options. The hotel manager did end up giving us a credit for the concierge service at check out. However, he did so with a print out in hand of any times we had used it. In his defense he offered me his card for future visits but I truly have no intention of staying there again. I didn't like getting inaccurate information and then being treated like I was trying to scam them. There are a lot of choices and we just won't be staying there again. Oh-I didn't find the timeshare/ folks to be too bothersome. I just smiled and said no thank you. Only one time did someone bother me and that was when they put their bodies right in front on us to block and talk. By the way, we were in several other hotels and didn't make it through a single one without someone accosting us, so it's all of them. If I had a do over we wouldn't have stayed there. Just our experience, others have had better. We were in the central tower on the 27th floor and in a newer room. That part was just fine.More
Westgate is where it's at!
Really awesome casino, I used to stay here when it was the Hilton, and it has really improved in the years following the renovation, and a really fun place to gamble at during the Super Bowl. The buffet was amazing, one of the best I've had in Vegas. After playing some slots for a bit with my buddy, I headed over to the sport's book. Larry was really helpful and patient with me, as I had never placed a bet for the Super Bowl in a casino before. A+ EXPERIENCE!!More
This property is a timeshare resort. Be prepared to be harassed by salespeople. I was also disappointed in the concierge lounge very limited poor food. You also need to pay a resort fee. Looked good on the net but not that good once you add everything on.More
I travel extensively and have stayed in hotels which were much less expensive that did a better job than Westgate. 1. Resort Fee is mandatory even though we did not plan to use the wireless internet, did not have a car to park, and did not use the spa. 2. $250 deposit is excessive but that's ok I just did not gamble that amount away. 3. Nothing in room telling you where the ice machine, fire exits, etc. are located. The place is massive and we walked around lost most of the time. 4. No charging ports or outlets on bedside table. Come on people get into the 21 century!5. There was a pickle with mayo on it in the marble floor, I fell on the pickle in the presence of a hotel employee and was injured. Had to be taken to hospital by EMS. Spent the rest of my trip in bed unable to walk. Not one phone call from resort seeing if I was OK or needed anything. 6. At checkout asked for a bellman to help with luggage since I was in a wheelchair, after 30 minutes and no bellman just gave up and drug our stuff out ourselves. 7. 1 pool for thousands of guests, all chairs had been saved so no place to sit except on the ground. 8. Hot Tub out of service. Moral of the story if you want to spend a lot of money for poor customer service and outdaed facilities this is the place to be.More
Sportsbook was the best in town!!
The sports book was the best with a great staff. Staff member Larry Weiss on the betting window was the greatest, funny and cant wait to come back and see him and a few other people . The screens are High def .the bar is great , it is the next best thing to being at the game.More
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