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Westgate Las Vegas Resort & Casino has changed names a few times in its history, but it’s that history that makes the place so special. From 1969 through 1976, Elvis Presley lived and performed here, and you’ll even come across employees who can still tell stories of the time they met Elvis. In 2015, Westgate Las Vegas partnered with Graceland to open the only Graceland exhibition outside of Memphis. The 28,000 sq. ft. “Graceland Presents Elvis: The Exhibition” is a must see for history fans and music lovers.
Since taking over the property in July 2014, Westgate Resorts has poured $100 million into renovation projects around the historic venue. Those projects have enhanced room accommodations, fully rebuilt the pool deck (with 19 new cabanas and 10 new daybeds), added new restaurants and bars, and created new entertainment partnerships. The amenities are for your comfort and relaxation, but you’re never far from all that Las Vegas has to offer as Westgate Las Vegas has an on-site Monorail station for convenient access up and down the famous Las Vegas Strip.
Back at Westgate Las Vegas, you can try your luck on 75,000 sq. ft. worth of table games and slot machines, where one lucky winner took home an $11 million jackpot in March. If sports are your thing, Westgate Las Vegas features the world’s largest race and sports book and hosts a free Football Central viewing party in the International Showroom each and every Sunday. For culinary diversions, options include the world-famous (and world’s largest) Benihana, home style cooking at Sid’s Café and award winning steaks at the new Edge Steakhouse. You’ll also find Pizza Hut, an ice cream shop and coffee shops featuring Starbucks and Seattle’s Best.
Westgate Resorts focuses on making lasting memories for you, your family and your friends. Make plans to visit the newest addition to their resort portfolio in Las Vegas and get ready for your next adventure!
LocationLas Vegas - Off-Strip
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General policies & fine print
Check-in Policy - Hotel requires a credit card authorization upon check-in for incidentals; this will place a hold on your funds. Government-issued picture identification and valid credit card are required upon check-in. An additional security deposit may be requested upon check-in.
Convention Policy - Individuals attending a convention cannot book this property for their stay. If found attending a convention, guests may be subject to higher room rates upon arrival.
General Information - Room taxes are included in vacation price. Minimum night stay restrictions may apply. Reservation changes may not be permitted unless authorized by the hotel.
Resort Fee – A mandatory hotel-imposed fee is charged and collected by the hotel either at check-in or check-out.
Mandatory hotel-imposed resort fee inclusions:
• Wireless Internet access for three devices (excluding the convention area)
• Cardio Room access for up to two adults
• Complimentary parking
• Resort offer book valued at $50
• Local and toll-free domestic (800) calls
The above list may not be comprehensive. Mandatory hotel-imposed fees may not include tax and are subject to change. The hotel can provide current fee and inclusions when you check-in.
Ratings & reviews
TripAdvisor traveler rating6283 reviews
Had another Great stay here while attending NADA in Jan, This hotel is perfect as can jump on and off the Monorail right there. Upon Check in was given a upgrade when asked to a Larger King Room. The Bars and Eateries are great with Benihana attached.
Security Saves The Day
I had suffered a flat tire driving home from work and had to pull off into the west gate parking garage where I was greeted by Dino the security guard who assisted me with fixing my tire. The help was much appreciated on a 90+ degree day and I can’t thank Dino enough for taking the time to help me!
good price in weekday
we stayed there on Thursday night, it's much cheaper than on Fri or Sat night (which would be triple the price), for the price on Fri & Sat night, I would just give 3 stars, but as now is price is cheaper on Thursday night, so I gave it 4 stars. The price doesn't include breakfast, you need to add (may be $20 per person for the breakfast buffet), the room is up to standard, clean, as it is a "hotel" (not cheap motel), so it should be up to standard. But for the check-in, you need to wait for a long time, because there is a long queue, and there are staff selling you to upgrade your room or buy their package when you are walking to check-in, a bit annoying.
Westgate Las Vegas Resort & Casino
We are a Westgate owner and decided to go to Vegas for a week with our friends. We have stayed at the other Westgate resort off the strip so we wanted to try this one and were very pleased with it. The resort is just a block off the strip and the monorail ran just out the front of the resort. Very nice resort, the rooms were on the 23rd floor and faced the Las Vegas Country Club golf course. SO we played it twice,,, it is amazing! But that is another story,,, As an owner we were looked after very well. So I can give them credit for that. There were lots of things to do within the resort such as gambling and shows. Lots of good restaurants and cookies whenever you wanted them. If you are an owner and want to go to a nice resort this is the one. We will surely return next year.
Nice hotel, far from strip, and noisy elevators
We stayed here through an exchange with Interval. There were some advantages to this hotel, and some disadvantages. First, the good. The hotel was clean, the bed was comfortable, the casino was small but nice, and there was a good selection of shops and restaurants. The Fresco restaurant for dinner was good. Our room was a suite, with a separate bedroom, which was nice. Everyone was friendly and accommodating. It was very crowded, but we didn't seem adversely affected. Check in and check out went smoothly. And we really liked the Go-Green option -- we opted not to have our room cleaned daily so we got a $10 per day credit. Now the bad. First, the initial room we got on the tenth floor was about 50 feet from the elevators. However, it sounded like we were right next door. At first it didn't seem so bad, but in the middle of the night, the noise from the elevators sounded like we were in a subway station. The elevators run 24 hours, and we could not sleep. We complained the next morning, and they moved us down the hallway. Now, we were about 100 feet from the elevators. It was much better and did not affect our sleeping, but if you listened carefully, you still heard the elevators. This clearly is an architectural flaw. If you stay here, make sure you are far from the elevators. Second, the hotel is off of the strip. On maps, it does not look too far, but it is a good 15-20 minute walk to the strip. If you plan on using the monorail the entire time, then the hotel's location is great, because it is on a monorail stop. Also, there is free parking so you have a car, you can drive to the strip, but driving around Las Vegas can be difficult. Third, our room was a suite with a kitchen (refrigerator. microwave, but no range). But the amenities were lacking what you would see in a typical kitchen in a hotel. There was no sponge to wash the dishes, no paper towels, and very few dishes. This isn't a big deal if you are planning on eating out the entire time. But that defeats the purpose of having a kitchen. Also, the hotel's furnishings seemed dated. Again, that wasn't a big deal. Overall, a nice hotel, but I would choose elsewhere on the strip.