My husband, a friend, and I stayed here on a recent vacation. We signed up for a package deal at Bass Pro and were apprehensive about the accomodations after I looked the resort up online. I do think that to call the place a "resort" is stretching it a bit...It's a a condo-hotel, plain and simple. But it was a nice one.
We enjoyed the art deco design of the rooms and the building. We loved the huge walk-in shower and the full kitchen (tho we only used the coffeepot and microwave, LOL), and the washer/dryer combo in the unit was a plus (there were even two boxes of laundry soap waiting for us on our arrival). I'd read reviews about the noise from the airport being a downer, but although we were on the airport side of the building and on the 5th of 7 floors, we rarely heard any of the noise from the planes while we were inside the room. I'd also read that there was a governor on the a/c thermostats and that the rooms got hot in the summer. Well, we were there in July and it was "hotter than Hades" outside but our rooms were cool and comfortable the entire 4 days.
As for the building, check-in was quick and pleasant and we enjoyed how friendly and helpful all of the staff were. We did not like that the signs direct you to the backside of the building for check-in and then you have to move your vehicle around to the other side of the building to park, when you can access the lobby from the main parking lot. Then once you get in the building, the elevators are a mile from the lobby, due to the configuration of the building. Usually, hotels locate their elevators near their lobbies for guest convenience. When you exit the elevators, however, there is an exit-only door that takes you directly to the parking lot, but each time you come in you must trek down the first floor hallway to catch the elevator again. Also, the bar & grill in the pool area was closed. When we asked how long it would be closed, the answer we got was that they were unsure. It would be fantastic if it were opened again, otherwise it just makes the pool area seem semi-vacant.
The ABC store right out of the parking lot door was super handy for coffee & creamer the first morning. Drinks, fruit, etc. were less expensive there than anywhere closer to or on the strip, which made it handy. And the collection of restaurants onsite was nice and unxpected. Great variety-though we only ate at the Subway, there was also an upscale Burger restaurant, a pizza place, and an Einstein Bros. on location.
We enjoyed our stay here enough that we plan on returning. We visit Las Vegas at least once each year, and though we are Bluegreen owners, we could save our vacation points for somewhere else and stay in a hotel when we go, with all the great deals on hotel rooms on the strip, but it was nice to "come home" to a room that was away from the hustle and bustle of the strip to relax after a day of wandering Vegas.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Bluegreen Club 36. One of the best resorts in Vegas is conveniently located to everything the Entertainment Capital of the World has to offer. If you're looking for resorts near the Vegas Strip, Bluegreen Club 36 is the perfect place to retreat from the glitz and glamour. Enjoy a drink at Amelia's, our poolside bar. Surprise the ones you love with a massage by the pool or treat yourself to a relaxing massage in your room. Odds are you'll have a great time with Bluegreen Resorts. The Las Vegas Strip continuously pumps out more entertainment, casino action, nightlife and electricity than most small countries. Themed shopping experiences in Vegas rival any other destination in the world. You can even go for a white-knuckle joy ride on roller coasters high above the city. And don't forget about the loosest slots and wedding chapels. No matter what your fancy, there is something to do at every turn of a corner, 24 hours-a-day, 365 days a year. If eating is your game, you're guaranteed a winning hand—from dusk to dawn and dawn to dusk at some of the best endless buffets Las Vegas has to offer. Believe it or not, life does exist outside Vegas' city limits. There's plenty to see and do that doesn't involve gambling. Grab your clubs and tee it up for incredible desert golf vacations. The Hoover Dam is one of the modern world's seven wonders and it's located just a few minutes from the city. It's easy to get to and almost impossible to fathom. The Grand Canyon is also within driving distance of Vegas resorts. For a mind-blowing experience, tour the canyon in a helicopter. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Bluegreen Club 36 Hotel Las Vegas
- Las Vegas Hotel 36