Overall, I would rank the Aladdin at the top of the second tier, a good option for people that want to go to other casinos for shopping, restaurants, gambling, shows, etc., but save a few bucks on where they actually sleep. We got a good rate over the Internet (under $100 a night during the week). While the bed was very average (and the comforter in SERIOUS need of replacement/upgrade), the rest of the room was an outstanding value. It was very clean. The bathroom with double french doors was very large and modern with a tub for two, separate shower, and separate toilet area. There was also an Internet terminal in the room on the desk (for a fee, of course). The Aladdin boasts a great location at the center of the strip if you wish to wander the different casinos, but the resort aspects of it are sorely lacking. The stores in the Desert Passages are those of a typical suburban mall; the pool without character and crowded; and the restaurants all feel like you are in a casino (which, while you almost always are in Vegas, you still don't want to feel that way). I also found irritating the precocious lack of a $5 Blackjack table at even the most "off" hour. Even the Bellagio had a $5 table in the morning and afternoon. If you can get a good rate, I recommend the Aladdin, but until Planet Holleywood is built and (presumably) other upgrades are made on the resort side, be prepared to walk or cab elsewhere to spend your time (which is very easy to do).
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Experience celebrity first hand at the "House that Fame Built" - Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino. With star-worthy accommodations and an upscale atmosphere, you never know who you might see. After all, the resort is known for hosting some of the biggest film stars as they debut their newest films. Here everybody's PHamous! Dine like a star at Koi, the Hollywood hotspot where Japanese tradition meets California innovation or Strip House, the critically acclaimed NYC-based steakhouse. On the casino floor, Heart Bar, The Playing Field and The Pleasure Pit ensure non-stop excitement each with their own brand of fun. Upstairs on The Mezz, Gallery Nightclub and the PCD Burlesque Saloon are a star-studded one-two punch of glamorous nightlife, while Holly Madison takes sexy center stage in the striptease spectacle PEEPSHOW. You can also discover the latest trends at the Miracle Mile Shops or socialize and sunbathe at the Pleasure Pool. For those who’d rather relax indoors, the Spa by Mandara hosts a bevy of rejuvenating services in a calm, serene setting. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Planet Hollywood Resort And Casino
- Planet Hollywood Las Vegas
- Planet Hollywood Hotel Las Vegas
- Las Vegas Aladdin