Our room was fine in the Tower section. We didn't want the Paradise tower because of the noise of the strip. People booking the Tropicana need to be aware that they charge a resort fee that amounts to about $22/night including tax. The only thing you get is Wi Fi and use of the fitness center. We couldn't even get the Wi Fi to work because it was too slow. The Tropicana did agree to not charge the resort fee because of the Wi Fi problems. I'm not sure if other hotels on the strip charge resort fees, but It just seems to me that a hotel should just add the resort fees to the nightly charge if you aren't getting anything above what is usual at a motel.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Prepare to be surprised. The Tropicana Las Vegas - a DoubleTree by Hilton redefines the expectations of today's global travelers with a casually elegant experience on the Las Vegas Strip and a convenient location just minutes from the airport, major convention centers and top entertainment stadiums. With a unique South Beach vibe after a $200 million complete transformation, the hotel features all-new rooms, suites and luxury villas that evoke the sentiment of a breezy beach house or penthouse in Miami, a fresh redesign of the 50,000-square-foot casino, several award-winning restaurants, a new race and sports book, and Glow(R), a Mandara Spa and fitness center. Top entertainment includes Laugh Factory comedy club and live music in the Tropicana Lounge. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Tropicana Las Vegas Hotel Las Vegas
- Tropicana Resort Las Vegas
- Tropicana Hotel Las Vegas