Alexis Park Resort

375 East Harmon, Las Vegas, Nevada, 89109, United States
(3 star hotel)
#116 of 326 hotels in Las Vegas
Great (4.0 out of 5.0) 5 reviews
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Hmm, not as good as I remember

Bad (2.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on January 27, 2014

A return to the Alexis Park Resort, 11 years on.
When we stayed here on my first visit to the USA we really enjoyed it and reading my previous review I remember how pleased we were but how times have changed. Maybe my tastes as well. The first thing is that the room was a bit tatty, clean enough but cramped and then the real issue.... The place is open plan as in you can walk into the area quite easily, you can say this about many hotels but bear with me. The car park is at the side of the building and you access the rooms straight from the car park. So that means when we get a banging on the door at 4am in a rather agressive way I wasn't going to let them know we were in there, this carried on for a few minutes with Mrs Sut fully awake and very concenred with my ususal laissez-faire attitude beginning to be tested. After a few minutes the agressor (or vagriant or maybe he just got the wrong room) departed. Closer inspection in the morning noted that many of the windows had beed subject to an attempt to be prised open by a screwdriver or similar. Who knows if that was recent or not, sad to say that I would not go there again which seems a shame but you know a good nights sleep is worth more than the cheap rates that they offer, you still get a suite, two rooms, for much less than else where and a pool or two thrown in. Restaurant fr breakfast looked cool and staff were good, just not worth the risk i'm afraid.

Directions: don't trust the satav, that thing took us goodness knows where, straight forward opposite Hard Rock Hotrl

Cool Water in the Hot Desert

Best (5.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on July 5, 2011

Searching on the web for a deal on Las Vegas rooms, I couldn't really find anything I considered affordable for us. That is until I found this wonderful resort. At the time (July) prices at Alexis Park were running about half of what I could find in the better known hotels. As we arrived in Vegas, I felt some anxiety starting to wonder what we would find at Alexis Park (because of the price). What a great relief to find courteous and helpful staff, a HUGE room equipped with a fridge, microwave and full wet bar. I'm very picky when it comes to clean and this place was VERY clean and well equipped with soaps, shampoo and conditioner. If there are any negative reviews, they must have occurred prior to the renovations that were apparent with our stay. 3 wonderful pools to choose from and the water was clean and clear.

Unique Quality: See above. Actually what I'm thinking is not to do this review and keep Alexis a secret!!!

Directions: 3 city blocks from the strip.

Great facility for Pets

Best (5.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on July 16, 2010

Pet owners take note: Our first time at the Alexis Park with our dog. We were given a very nice corner room and good pool view. We had a separate living room area, bedroom and two TV's. The air conditioning was great. The staff was very friendly, nice grounds. Comfortably away but not too far from the Strip and across from the Hard Rock Cafe.

Unique Quality: Must have been built like a fort. Pretty full over the July 4th weekend, but the room was really quiet, outside and above. Didn't even hear any fireworks the reason for bringing our dog in the first place. Best room we've had in a long time.

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Alexis oasis

Great (4.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on June 12, 2004

The Alexis park was a great retreat from the hustle and hassle of the strip. A 5 - 10 minutes taxi drive away from the strip(depending on which end). We walked from the MGM to the hotel. It took about 20 minutes bit was uncomfortable though heat, traffic. Don't do it, just take a cab. We really enjoyed heading for the sights and returning in late afternoon to relax and have a quick dip in the pool. The suites was great. We opted for the cheapest, Monarch suites, but this had a separate bedroom and living area which was great for us to put our daughter to bed whilst we stayed up watching tv. Some of the more expensive suites were one room so were not ideal, indeed I found that very few places in Las Vegas offered this two room bonus for anything like the price here. We were there in October, only one of the three pools was heated and therefore usable although it was never too crowded. Staff were on the whole friendly although once I was told sharply that they were unable to cash a travelers cheque for more than $50, nip across the road to the Hard Rock Hotel for these facilities. Door staff would hail a taxi if needed, I think we waited up to 5 minutes. One the whole a good hotel and I would stay there again. It was mostly used for business customers/ conferences during our stay. Can't remember the exact price but it was similar to the price offered for one room in some of the cheapest strip hotels.

Unique Quality: An oasis of calm a stones throw from the strip
Two separate rooms in the cheapest suites
use the quiet restaurant for breakfast although you can get much cheaper elsewhere

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Enjoy the "suite" style of Alexis Park

Great (4.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on August 16, 2003

From the moment you arrive at this oasis in Las Vegas, you’ll notice something special about Alexis Park. Without the usual noisy clamor of a casino, Alexis Park offers a real way to relax. Their oversized non-smoking lobby is filled with colorful florals, comfortable sofas and chairs. This is a great place to meet friends or have a quick business exchange. Entering the grounds at Alexis Park is like stepping back to a romantic 1940’s movie set. Stroll among lush landscaping, soothing fountains and three sparkling pools. Winding pathways lead you through two-story white stucco buildings, which house the 500 finely appointed guest suites

Unique Quality: The spa at the Alexis Park is one not to be missed. If you want a spa experience, but dont want to pay the outrageous prices of the strip hotels, Alexis Park is a great choice for you.

LMATLOCK Jun 15, 2013 at 9:56 AM

DON'T EVER STAY AT THIS HELL HOLE, MY PROPERTY WAS STOLEN FROM MY ROOM, AND NO CAMERAS WERE WORKING TO HELP FIND OUT WHO DID IT, THE DOOR WASN'T BROKEN SO SOMEONE THAT WORKED THERE MUST HAVE DONE IT... YOU DON'T WANT YOUR CREDIT CARDS, MONEY, CELL PHONES TAKEN... STAY AWAY FROM THIS HELL HOLE....

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Address: 375 East Harmon, Las Vegas, Nevada, 89109, United States

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Amenities at Alexis Park Resort

  • Restaurant
  • Swimming Pool
  • Wheelchair Accessible
  • Room Service
  • Fitness Center
  • Free Parking
  • Business Services
  • Pets Allowed
  • Shuttle Service
  • Free High Speed Internet
  • Kitchenette
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