Bombarded by timeshare sellers
The hotel is in a decent location with the monorail that takes you right to the strip. The room was upgraded and spacious.
There were employees around every corner trying to sell you a timeshare and trying to get you to sign up for things. They are very pushy and once you start talking to them they don’t let you leave. The north tower elevators close at midnight to 6am which is really inconvenient when you’re tired and want to get back to your room when you’re tired and/or have been drinking.
The worst ever
Not clean Bad service No response and corporation Mistakes everywhere No towels Bad smell
Not as pictured
Location is convenient to convention center
Rooms are poorly lit, beds are not very comfortable. Wish I would have stayed somewhere else.
Been there several times. By far my worst stay
Honestly, not much this time around
My room had a leaky shower, which I asked them to fix, it didn't get fixed. Their superbook app was down on one of the busiest days of the NCAA basketball tournament. The entire place just seems outdated. The bed had a huge slouch to the side, pretty sure it was broken. Pillows are awful, not restful at all.
Mold around tub, sink area not clean, tv remote didn't work, called two times and still wasn't fixed or replaced, vanity light on mirror didn't work. Will think again about staying here.
Quality of food available was not good.
Expedia, the resort and Las Vegas government are ripping people off by not informing up front of the ridiculous 'resort' fees. Our hotel ended up costing us more than double what was advertized on expedia/kayak. Shame on all of you for allowing this to go on.
The hotel room was modern and well equipped. The bed was fantastic, 5 star all the way. My room was quiet. Parking is fairly easy.
Long lines for check in.
Very comfortable bed extra spacious room good view giant screen TV mini fridge clean and nicely decorated free parking
No coffee maker even with the “do not disturb” sign hanging maid service still pounded on my door and woke me. Distance from parking garage to room is long.
the Westgate is fantastic. But. ooking through Kayak is a screw job. You feel like you getting a great deal, but Kayak does not cover all the hotel fees. So a 100 room turns into a 250 room that you could have booked for 175 all in via hotel.
Hotel and room were nice didn't like the unexpected resort fee that kayak did not explain. Overall worth the money would stay again
Very clean and nice location
Beautiful hotel loved my view of the golf course from my room
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 sqft 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 USD100 million into renovation projects around the historic venue. Those projects have enhanced room accommodations, fully rebuilt the pool deck including 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 onsite Monorail station for convenient access up and down the famous Las Vegas Strip.
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