I am now what I would consider a expert Timeshare traveler. I purchased my timeshare in 2005 in Sedona and have stayed in about seven of them since then. Funny thing is that we have never stayed in our own, we don't usually visit he same place twice. From Montana to South Florida, we have certainly have gotten great use out of our timeshare purchase.
With that being said, I found this resort to be one of the best we have ever stayed at. We reserved a two bedroom for 5 of us, two couples and a young adult child. We were assigned to the Rosemary tower which was one of the newly renovated towers. We had both rooms for the lockout suite, which included two full 1 bedrooms to give a total of two King bedrooms, 2 kitchens and 2 living rooms. The rooms are connected by an outer area, and we were able to keep the doors open to feel like we have a huge open apartment. The space we had was incredible.
The resort is situated right next door to the Southpoint casino. When you check in at the resort they give you coupon books for the casino. When you go to the resort, go sign up for the rewards program before you purchase or do anything. It only takes 5 minutes and with the 1st coupon in the book, you get $20 free slot play. We had fun with the 4 of us playing our $20 each. No one won but we had fun. The rewards card gets you money off the buffets and the coupons give free bottles of wine you can take back to your room.
I was quite surprised at how the good the food was at the buffets. The prime rib was really good. We went on Surf Turf and grapes night. Each adult buffet came with 2 free glasses of wine and then we took a bottle back to our room with the coupon.
The next morning we went back for the buffet $6.95 a person with your rewards card. This included your coffee and juices. Although not generally a fan of breakfast buffets, this one was decent. The negative, this one is packed. It "closes" at 10 am and you must clear out by 10:30. We got there about 9;45 and it was a madhouse. Get there early! And opt for the fresh omelet station, well worth the wait then the buffet scrambled eggs.
One of the best things about the resorts was the pool. It was the last week of July for our stay and it was hot. Somehow, they were able to keep the pools cool and refreshing. They felt amazing.
I can't say enough about this resort, friendly, spacious and very well maintained. I know a lot of people complain about being pressured to buy, but when we checked in, I just said no to the free breakfast and whatever else they wanted to offer us. Been there done that, just don't go, you don't have to do it.
- Also Known As:
- Grandview Las Vegas
- Grandview Hotel Las Vegas
- Las Vegas Grandview
- Grandview Resort Las Vegas
- Grand View Las Vegas
- The Grandview Las Vegas
- Grandview Resort Vegas
- Grandview Las Vegas Hotel
- Grandview Vegas
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