Embassy Suites Hotel Convention Center Paradise Road Las Vegas

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

3600 Paradise Road, Las Vegas, Nevada, 89109, United States

4 Reviews

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Very Good

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  • Families73
  • Couples78
  • Solo63
  • Business75
  • lisa85202's Profile Photo

    Great place to stay!


    I stayed here for several nights in June 2011 while visiting for a work training class. This hotel is one street back behind the main strip. The advantages of this hotel is, nice rooms, free morning breakfast including cook to order omelets, and free 'manager's reception' which is basically an open bar for two hours.

    The hotel offers a free shuttle to the strip, where they basically drop you off on the side of Fashion Show mall near Treasure Island and across the street from the Wynn. Just call the hotel to schedule your pick up.

    The only downside is that there are no good restaurants or shops to walk to in the immediate area. A short walk can get you to the monorail at the convention center.

    Unique Quality: Ask Tad the bartender to make a Lemon Drop... ~They are the best!

    Directions: On Paradise Road, behind the Wynn Golf course, next to the convention center

  • ReinaMorena's Profile Photo

    Close but no Casino!


    This is one of the few Hotels in Las Vegas that does not have a casino on the grounds. There are many confrence rooms which make this hotel very business friendly (for when you really want to get some work done), and also a great place for families with children that are in town for shows or other high culture events but dont want their young ones exposed to massive amounts of gambling( or just dont want to have to walk allllll the way around the huge casinos trying to keep them off the floor ~~ on one under 21 laws and all). They offer convention prices and normal prices are affordable but always ask to see if they have any deals. All the rooms are suites so its very comfortable no matter where you are in the building there are at least 2 elevators so you room is never to far away. They also offer breakfast (omlettes made your way) so make sure you ask about that as well.

    Unique Quality: One of the things I really love about this place is its Royal Swans (imported from england) that hang out in the Pond/Fountain in the lobby! They are names in Honor of the King and Queen ~~Elvis and Prisilla (very Vegas eh!). If you dont try to harm them they are relaxed and love posing for Pics!

    Also they have a Happy hour (around 5pm) where guests can get free drinks and socialize in the lounge with some light snacks(21 and over only please). There is also a gym, pool and hot tub as well.

    Location, location location. Just because your hotel doesnt have one doesnt mean you have to miss out on all the casino fun... Hard rock cafe and casino and Terribles(check out the resaurant section about the food... yum) are both in walking distance from the Embassy and they also have shuttle drop off and pick up to and from the strip(by Harrah's).
    Dont forget to have money for taxi back to the hotel just in case you wanna get back but missed the last shuttle or are in a rush for some other reason. Also there is a convience store/Subway/pizza place close by where I seen Billy Bob Thorten having lunch (many stars frequent Vegas soo keeps your eyes open!)

    Directions: Near Univ. Las Vegas and Hard Rock Cafe.

    Im going to have more pics soon. Keep checking back

  • Great non gaming hotel


    If you go Las Vegas for everything except gambling, this is a great choice. We don't gamble or smoke, so we were trying to avoid the traffic and congestion of the strip. We found a great place just off the strip that was not too busy, yet still close enough to enjoy what Las vegas has to offer. As in most Embassy hotels, the rooms were huge, we had a seperate bedroom and living room. We had a refrigerator and bar/sink area in the living room with a large table. The bathroom was comfortable and your room door entrance is on the inside of the hotel that was great on the chilly mornings. We loved our stay at this hotel and will stay here again in the future.

    Unique Quality: The breakfast buffet in the morning is fantastic. They have eggs/omelets to order, bacon, sausage, potatoes, waffles, as well as fruits, pastries, coffee, juices, wow we were stuffed every morning of our stay. Just a tip, try and get there early as it can get a little crowded after 8 AM from the business people.

    Directions: On Paradise road from the airport, 7 minutes away. The Hilton and the Monorail is just down the road from the Embassy.

  • DJ_Rolo's Profile Photo

    Sweet!! i mean suite...


    Embassy Suites on paradise road is really nice. Its nothing fancy and doesnt have all the glitz and glamour of all the strip hotels. But if you are just looking for a nice place to stay then this is your spot. All the rooms here are suites, hence the name... All embassy suites seem the same to me, ive stayed at a few. The reason i stayed at this embassy suite, it was New Years and everywhere else was pretty much booked. If you go to Las Vegas then id recommend staying on the strip, but if nothing else you can stay here.

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Las Vegas Hilton

by Ischyros

The Las Vegas Hilton is very popular with Elvis enthusists. In fact he might still roam the halls of this massive hotel! It is located next to the Las Vegas Convention Center so when a convention is in town, this hotel fills up first! The hotel is now most popular for it's new attraction The Star Trek Experience. The Star Trek Experience also has its own casino of course in a futuristic setting. For the slots, you don't pull a handle, you swipe your hand through a beam of light!

Monorail, it not just for Disneyland anymore

by raevnzno

The Monorail is now running. A great way to move from one end of the strip to the other.
Hours 8am-2am
14 minutes Sahare-Mgm one way
Stops include: Sahara Hotel
Las Vegas Hilton
Las Vegas Convention Center
Harrah's/Imperial Palace
MGM Grand

Single ride ticket- $3
Ten ride ticket- $20
Unlimited Day Pass (best value) $10
Unlimited 3-day pas $25

Better than the Rio

by TripAdvisor Member Greg92101

We have stayed at the Rio maybe six times in the last ten years. However we just spent one night at the Embassy Suites at the Las Vegas Convention Center and they have my business from now on. The price was lower ($139 versus over $200 for a Saturday night). They let us book for only one night instead of an obligatory two on the weekend. We were passing through Vegas on our way from Colorado back home to southern California.

We love Embassy Suites anyway because we have two kids (14 and 9) and really enjoy the separate rooms and TV's, the breakfast and happy hour. We actually ended up at the wrong Embassy Suites because there are two within a mile of each other. The atrium is very pretty and our room on the 10th floor had a great view of the city.

The problem, for some, is that there is no casino on site, no shows or Voodoo lounge. But you don't have to walk through 20 minutes of lobby to get to your car and the check in took 2 minutes rather than 30 minutes of waiting in line. The Rio Suites are not real suites but just a bigger room. I do like their sandy bottom pool versus the indoor pool of the Embassy Suites.

Great rooms, Bad Service

by TripAdvisor Member loca4bob

Stayed at the Embassy Suites for a long weekend. We liked the hotel but found the services to be disappointing at best. Rooms were left unmade until 4 or 5 pm when we'd left the room before 9:00am. Was told by Guest Services that they were fully booked and would get to us after they finished the rooms that were empty....Huh??????

Unfortunate as the bedding was very nice. Wouldn't stay here again......

Always consistent

by TripAdvisor Member Troopr

Regarding the previous posting by the person who was upset because the hotel did not have the beds made until 4 or 5pm.... quit being so nit-picky! These are not your motel 6 sized rooms here.... they take a lot of extra time in each room so, yes, it DOES take extra time to do each floor.... they are doing the empty rooms ( vacated ) first so that these can be turned around for arrivals. Standard procedure in any hotel. Give them a 2 rating just for that? Sheesh.

I have absolutely no reservations about recommending this hotel to anyone. It is a first rate place, and I come back to it even if the stay is not work related. I send out 30 employees to this hotel for 11 days each April for the last 4 years and have never, never, never had a single problem with this hotel. Guest services has always been curteous and kind, the breakfasts are excellent, the evenings' free drink get together is always pleasant. AND, since there are not any slots in the building, there is NOT the constant ding-ding-ding of slot machines! Only complaint is that getting a taxi sometimes is a pain since they are off the strip. Plan ahead by about 30 minutes since it takes that long to get a taxi to the hotel, especially on a Friday or Saturday evening....in which case you can usually expect a 45 minute wait. The new monorail has an access point a 5 minute walk away in front of the convention center, so for $3, it's a lot easier to get to the strip than taxi. $3 back as well, or you can buy a day or weekend pass.

Nice, conveniently located

by A TripAdvisor Member

We were there on business at the Sands Convention Center which was only a few blocks away. The cook-to-order breakfast was good and plentiful. The best part was the honesty and helpfulness of the staff when I left 2 bags of jewelry worth several hundred dollare and several items of clothing. They found everything and sent it off the next day! I was so thankful for their efficiency and integrity. You can be sure that we will stay there on our next trip!

Great place, but too much trouble to get to the Strip

by A TripAdvisor Member

We just returned from a 2-night stay here. It was a nice hotel, good-sized rooms, and yes, a GREAT breakfast, complete with a friendly singing chef. However, if your intention is to come here and "run over" to the Strip, think again. We had tickets to a show at 8 and spent an hour trying to get a taxi from this hotel! The front desk was very unresponsive, shrugging and saying that this is how it "always is", particularly on a Friday or Saturday night. They said they'd call a taxi, but none came. The only ones we did see were dropping off people coming in from the airport. A group of us ended up in front of the hotel, competing for the rare cab that did show up. It was awkward having people vie for a taxi! (We were here first/we have tickets/my aunt is waiting for us, blah, blah, blah) We ended up walking to the monorail, but it is not what you want to do when you are all dressed up and don't want to arrive all sweaty. The scene was repeated again on Saturday night. We finally went next door to the Best Western and THEIR staff got us a taxi. Next time, we will spend the extra money and stay on the Strip. The monorail is too far to walk at night, particularly in heels and if you are a woman, but is a good option if you don't mind walking a bit. This hotel needs to partner with their hotel neighbors and get a shuttle. We almost missed our plane today trying to get a taxi. It didn't work for us at all, which is a shame because everything else about the hotel was perfect.

Forum Posts

Monorail Running at last On July 15th.


Just recieved this e.mail from the official Las Vegas Monorail Company and about time too >>>

The Las Vegas Monorail Company announced today that it will launch service to the public at 8 a.m. on Thursday, July 15. The privately funded $650 million transportation system will run along the Las Vegas resort corridor and connect nine major resort properties and the Las Vegas Convention Center.

The initial 4-mile route will stop at the following seven stations: MGM Grand; Bally’s/Paris; Flamingo/Caesars Palace; Harrah’s/Imperial Palace; Las Vegas Convention Center; Las Vegas Hilton; and the Sahara.

Re: Monorail Running at last On July 15th.

by Lols4hols

Hi Johnny!

What's the chances of this company putting 650m into the public transport system in Britain? LOL

Best wishes



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 Embassy Suites Hotel Convention Center Paradise Road Las Vegas

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Address: 3600 Paradise Road, Las Vegas, Nevada, 89109, United States