Came into town over Labor Day weekend for a couple nights with a buddy. Hotel fit our needs perfectly. The new trumped up “resort fee” at most Strip hotels take a sometimes appealing rate and make it far less competitive. This hotel was close to everything, off the main drag so traffic was always quick and easy. Located directly across from the Convention Center. Also, directly across the street from the Convention Center Monorail stop – a nice option to get back to the hotel from the strip instead of using a taxi. I took the monorail one night at 11pm from MGM for $5 one way.
Stay was overall flawless – no issues. Check in was quick and painless as it should be. Any staff member I encountered was nice and professional. We returned one night at 2am and there was staff in the lobby that said “good morning” to us as we walked in. I appreciated staff being visible monitoring who was walking in at 2am. Parking was also gated so random people would not be able to drive thru the lots.
Hotel was nice. Older style hotel but has been updated nicely. Rooms did have popcorn ceilings but didn’t bother me. At the same time, it had the same features of a new build Courtyard I stayed at in Glenwood Springs, CO – like the Bistro, dining pods, TV with news/events/weather/etc. I didn’t dine at the Bistro this time but did grab a banana to go one morning. Grounds were well kept and easy on the eyes. I did have a chance to sit in the hot tub and enjoy the courtyard view.
Couple Vegas secrets we learned about on this trip – Stage Door Casino is a neat place to have a drink at before and/or after hitting the Strip. I had one beer at NYNY’s Nine Fine Irishmen for $8 (plus a $2 tip) and I had one Michelob Light at the Stage Door for $1 (plus $1 tip). Located right behind Flamingo. Ellis Island has a $5.99 Steak and Eggs breakfast and it was pretty darn good.
We enjoyed our stay at the Courtyard. If, sorry, when I return to Vegas, I would absolutely consider this hotel again.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The hotel is just a quarter mile from the Vegas Strip and provides guests the perfect tranquil and non-gaming environment. We are located across the street from the convention center and the nearby monorail station gives you access to all the restaurants and shopping centers of the Strip. Enjoy our breakfast and dinner offerings in the Bistro, plus beer, wine and cocktails. Our guest rooms come with a fridge, coffee maker luxurious Marriott bedding, well-lit work desks with ergonomic chairs and complimentary high-speed internet. Parking is free. NO RESORT FEES. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Courtyard Las Vegas Hotel Las Vegas
- Las Vegas Courtyard
- Las Vegas Marriott