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All reviews beautiful area get away westin hotel overlooking the lake paddle boats an oasis in the desert pool area beautiful scenery reflection bay high end walk around las strip golf courses craziness homes
DO NOT visit this place from Nov to April. This place was a ghost town and the staff had some terribly rude people and in all of Las Vegas area they close their pool too. I would recommend Westin Lake Resort next door if I...More
I’ve been stay in Lake Las Vegas for years and seen many changes in hotel brands, but the one constant is the village is quaint and lacks the chaos of the strip. The lack of crowds is wonderful. The Ritz (now a Hilton) remains an...More
A nice place to spend a few days. We stayed at the Westin Lake Las Vegas (separate review). Had brunch at Le Cafe du Lac (separate review). Walked around the Village for a bit. Unfortunately I, very few store fronts were open. The casino, being...More
While visiting Las Vegas we decided to stay off the strip, rented a vehicle and toured the area. We were there with a family member and he ended up getting the State Park pass we drove through on our way to the Hoover Dam and...More
Nice looking lake, but there's not a lot to do there nor a lot of hotels/resorts nearby. It's largely undeveloped and great for photo ops or selfies, but not much else. There are a few hotels along the lake and some recreational opportunities, but it's...More
Beautiful hotel, away from the hustle and bustle of the Las Vegas strip. Good place to relax. Didn't seem busy while we were there. Only downfall was there was no poolside service. They have a shuttle that will take you to the strip and back.
Response from xanderhargis | Reviewed this property |
Yes!!! If your animal is a special care animal then ADA law permits the animal to be there. If you want to bring the animal(dog) then I would say yes but have all the materials needed for your animal. I.E. Food,Water,Poop... More
Yes!!! If your animal is a special care animal then ADA law permits the animal to be there. If you want to bring the animal(dog) then I would say yes but have all the materials needed for your animal. I.E. Food,Water,Poop Bags. You would not believe how many people forget these little things for their pets:)
Looking for the best off strip properties to visit that are not well know by tourists. I've been to old town many times, Lake Las Vegas, and the Red Rock, but want to broaden my horizons to some good locals places. Looking for good food and a good casino atmosphere. Thoughts please?
April 29, 2011|
My favorite off-Strip casinos are Red Rock, Green Valley Ranch and M Resort. All are pretty classy with good dining options but are still fun places to hang out. South Point is pretty nice too but a slight step down in quality. And it's Downtown or Fremont Street rather than "old town"..... :-)
Best destination Resort/Hotel (16 Replies)
Sorry, just can't seem to find what I am looking for and therefore hoping for some advice. Long story short is I might need to travel to Vegas with the in-laws and my four month old baby. I am not a big fan of babies and kids in Vegas. I would like to find a hotel on strip or off that has a more conducive environment for relaxing then your average hotel with a pool and casino. Since the child will be so young I am not so worried about things for her to do, but things for me to do while I am...More
April 05, 2016|
Venetian sounds like it would work for you. You would have the shops and St Mark Square.
Loews Lake Las Vegas or The Cliffs at Peace Canyon? (7 Replies)
Does anyone have an opinion on either the Loews Lake Las Vegas or The Cliffs at Peace Canyon as a destination for a couple. We'll be staying for 3 days and would appreciate some advice about the hotels and the surrounding area. Cheers