We went to Vegas (July 3rd-10th) for a wedding, 5 adults (53,53, 50, 22,21 ) in a 2 bedroom unit, building 19 room 204,plenty of space ( not like the strip on the 4th of July ,what a zoo that was ),our pool was empty most of the timewhich we used quite a lot,,good shuffle board, forget about the miniputt,the construction was no hassle at all ,(you can't make an omelette without breaking eggs),the staff were very friendly and helpful,used the shuttle to go grocery shopping ,we walked to the strip often, to do your own tour of the strip, buy the monorail 24hr pass ($13)and visit each stop at your leisure, to do the Freemont experience at night, hop on the bus on the strip ($3 one way) ,best supper bargin , short walk to Elis Island Casino, steak special ,beer included(under $10) , the slots are supposed to be looser than the strip( don't know as we are not gamblers), airport-Summer Bay-airport taxi average $12 one way , recommend Las Vegas Grand Canyon Tours( 4 in one West Rim $305, the 5 in one was fully booked so we missed the sky walk) the tour was very professional ,and was able to book it on line. Hoover dam... drive yourself to it , the bus trip we went on, for the money, not enough time , line-up city inside visitors center for the tours, We got 2 free tickets to the stratosphere and able to buy more at their cost $24 ,for listening to the time share spiel ( 20 years of listening and still haven't bought any ,but give me the freebees) , the American superstars show has the best Elvis I've ever seen, (voted #1in america) the rest... ho-hum (I'm a 53 year old Led Zepplin fan), took the x-scream ride ( $12),got better thrills on my old 67 Triumph motor cycle , buffet food not bad at all ,but poor bar service . well now I can say ....been there , done that, and got the tattoo. stroke this one off the old bucket list. cheers
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- Located only one block from the famous Las Vegas Strip, Holiday Inn Club Vacations(R) at Desert Club Resort offers the best of both worlds. Enjoy a quiet oasis with non-stop excitement close by in one of the most exciting entertainment destinations in the world. From world-class performers and live shows to incredible dining and casino action, nothing beats like the heart of Vegas-and you'll be right in the middle of it! The resort features villa accommodations with fully equipped kitchens, living and dining areas, plus free Wi-Fi internet access. Many amenities have been refurbished or added to enhance your stay experience. This includes a newly expanded poolside restaurant and bar, state-of-the-art clubhouse, large Marketplace store, two fitness centers and family activity center. You'll also enjoy five heated outdoor pools open from 6am until midnight, plus putting green and shuffleboard courts and outdoor grilling stations with shaded seating areas. Guests enjoy complimentary shuttle services around the large property and to stops at some of the largest casinos on the Las Vegas Strip, which is located only one block from the resort. It includes a stop at the Freemont Street Experience, one of the most popular outdoor attractions in downtown Vegas. Experience world-class live entertainment from top performers such as Celine Dionne and Rod Stewart, shows like Cirque Du Solei's Beatles LOVE and O, incredible restaurants from top chefs and incredible night clubs. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Desert Club Hotel Las Vegas