Wish you were here?
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
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 rating6660 reviews
Thanks to Travis Pixler for allowing us to have such a great stay again at the Westgate Hotel and casino. Want to thank the girls in the diamond club And Tyler at the front desk . He went above and beyond to help my husband and myself. Very Kind , caring and nice
Sam riddle is the man
What a tremendous band, and truly a great venue, and Sam is a superstar. We truly enjoyed our time at the International Bar. I’d see these guys again and again…. Sam brings an amazing energy to the lounge, and he had everyone roaring all night.
Upon arrival, room was dirty. Mirrors weren’t clean and there was also dry urine on the toilet seat. I called front desk to complain and they said someone will be up to clean the room. After waiting an hour in the room, we left. When we came back later tjay not NO ONE EVER CAME TO CLEAN THE TOILET LET ALONE THE ROOM.
Great time at Westgate Club
My family and I checked out the place and found that they had free continental breakfast foods (pastries, cereal, yogurt, fruit, juice) available for owners. The room was nice and modern. And the staff working today, Michael and Loreal, were very kind to us while we were at the Westgate Club.
Stay somewhere else
Update- I attempted to speak with a housekeeping manager, the best I could reach was a front desk associate who was incredibly rude. She tried to tell me that because I had already checked out that I had no right to complain! I said I'm making no demands other than for the next guest to not have a dirty hotel room the way I did and so I absolutely had every right. Then she tried to tell me there was no record of me calling about the blood on the sheets. I said that's not my fault and to speak with housekeeping because it most certainly happened. She shut up and let me tell her about the issues, and ended up eating her words and refunding a single resort fee for my troubles. No where near enough for the cost of the room and the cr**py stay I had, but I wasn't asking for anything so I guess it's a win. Don't let the slightest complaint go. B**ch about EVERYTHING. I heard some lady complain at the front desk about the hotel being pet friendly. The associate explained that the lady should have done her own research on that because reservations wouldn't tell you it's a pet friendly hotel unless you asked, and that the site of an animal is rare to begin with. That lady got a better room for absolutely NOTHING. While I had a super old room and wasn't a complainer over something that I should have known on my own -that lady. -Check-in was quick. -Beds were softer than a motel 6, bloody stained sheets though. -Had mail delivered and stopped by the front desk to inquire about picking it up. There's an attendant before you get in the line at the front desk whose job I'm assuming it is to tell you if you're in the right place, but not this woman. She wasn't sure-told me go ahead and wait in the five party long line just to find out from the line front desk attendant all mail goes through the FedEx office on the other end of the casino. Waste my time. -Our first night there the husband and I were taking a walk along the front outside, and apparently walked down the wrong side walk. Five steps and a guy in a truck with a huge attitude comes yelling at us to get out of valet, that it's a fenced-off area and that how the heck did we even get in there?? Maybe it was the poor lighting, the zero signage, the fact that nobody else was around anywhere because it was a Tuesday night, and that it looks like just a parking lot? What a jerk, maybe address the bums that are constantly around the north parking entrance. They're there every single day, even sleeping on the benches. -Elevators could be reprogrammed. Had several waits of 10+ minutes to come down. -Lastly the room wasn't clean. As a housekeeping manager myself that was quite disappointing. The dust could be seen walking into the room. The floorboards around the carpet edges were covered in a thick layer of white dog hair. Then I started noticing the ground scores. First it was a pen. Free pen! Right in the middle of the floor. Then a piece of gold chain from maybe a purse?? But I'm pretty sure it's fake. Plastic clothing tags. Best find was the inch long piece of glass. And more dog hair. Luckily for the MOD I'm chill about it and the toilet was clean, and the bath and sink so I just let the floor and hair go. But then I'm getting in bed and there's blood under the pillow!! Heads would have rolled. The fact that it was a stain right there where it absolutely could not be missed even if the housekeeper was rushed. Inexcusable. Didn't even get an apology when I had to call housekeeping either. Whoever answered actually seemed annoyed I had a problem at all and hung up abruptly after saying someone would be up. Very lackluster stay experience. Was my birthday and I just wanted to relax but was not easy. Overall I can't give more than one star. I just wouldn't recommend or go back.