Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino

3667 Las Vegas Boulevard South, (formerly Aladdin Resort), Las Vegas, Nevada, 89109, United States
#62 of 303 hotels in Las Vegas
Great (4.0 out of 5.0) 45 reviews
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If you like to shopping or eating...

Best (5.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on May 27, 2004

Great rooms, great shopping...but even better, I think the buffet restaurant (can't recall the name) in the Aladdin is the best in Vegas! We booked the Aladdin through hotwire and ended up paying only $80/nt which is a steal for this hotel.

The location is perfect too!

Unique Quality: Best buffet

Directions: On the Strip!

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Magic Carpet....

Great (4.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on May 6, 2004

Well, this is one of my favorite spots to stay at...it is right on the strip, and since it has been renovated, it encapsulates everything you picture Vegas to be...bright lights, lots of noise, people gambling at 7 in the morning...worst thing is that it seems normal!!! Even if you are not staying here, its worth it just to check in and see wAlladin and his lamp....

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Pretty Nice Hotel

Great (4.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on December 17, 2003

Stayed at the hotel when they first opened up, so they still had some kinks to work out. Great location though, convenient to get to all the hotels on the south end of the strip.

Unique Quality: The hotel has a mall inside with many fine restaurants. So you don't really need to go far for shopping or food.

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Best value for your money on the strip

Best (5.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on October 29, 2003

We stayed at the Aladdin for 8 of our 10 day stay. It was wonderful. Great rooms, clean, big roomy bathrooms. The bathrooms have seperate tub/shower, two sink areas. Nice pool area. Interesting theme, great view of the dancing water light show at the Bellagio.

Unique Quality: Love the shops. LOTS to chose from, all my favorites under one very interesting roof.

Great views of the strip.

Nice service.

Reasonable pricing. Nice buffet with great selection.

We traveled with our two children and had a wonderful experience at Aladdin. They loved it. SO did my husband!

Directions: Mid strip

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Best value for your money on the strip

Best (5.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on October 29, 2003

We stayed at the Aladdin for 8 of our 10 day stay. It was wonderful. Great rooms, clean, big roomy bathrooms. The bathrooms have seperate tub/shower, two sink areas. Nice pool area. Interesting theme, great view of the dancing water light show at the Bellagio.

Unique Quality: Love the shops. LOTS to chose from, all my favorites under one very interesting roof.

Great views of the strip.

Nice service.

Reasonable pricing. Nice buffet with great selection.

We traveled with our two children and had a wonderful experience at Aladdin. They loved it. SO did my husband!

Directions: Mid strip

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Aladdin Hotel

Great (4.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on October 18, 2003

Our son stayed at this hotel and got married there. from what we saw of the rooms they were comfortable and clean, they also had two nights in a suite as part of their wedding package. This was huge with nice views of the strip.

Directions: On the strip next to the Paris Hotel

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Aladdin Resort and Casino

Best (5.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on June 17, 2003

The Aladdin is a 2,600 room resort property themed after the classic tale "1,001 Arabian Nights". The Aladdin features the Desert Passage Mall, with 130 different shops and 12 restaurants including the Todai Sushi Bar, Spice Market Buffet, fine dining at Elements, a steak and seafood restaurant, Tremozzo, a premier Italian eatery and Zanzibar Cafe, a 24 hour exotic dining experience featuring middle eastern, italian and cantonese dining!

The Aladdin has 2 outdoor pools located on the 6th floor balcony with a beautiful view of the Las Vegas Strip and a full service bar. For further relaxation, you can visit the Elemis Spa at the London Club high stakes gambling room!

Each room features cable television, room service availability and in-room PC with high speed internet access available for $9.95/day! Your choice of 1 king or 2 queen beds! They also have marble counters and garden tubs with seperate shower in the restroom. The rooms are very spacious and immaculately clean.

Be sure to put out the "Do No Disturb" sign on your door if you are out late, cleaning ladies come early! Also, do not drink the bottled water in the room unless you want a $4.95 charge!

Featured Entertainment:

X - An Erotic Adventure
Tues - Sun 10:00PM, Fri & Sat 10P & 12A
$44.95 per adult over 21
X is basically a glorified topless strip show starring 8 dancers.

Society of Seven
Tues - Sun 7:30P
$34.95 per person age 5 and older
Comedy act including impressions and humorous songs.

Unique Quality: ~The 100,000 square foot casino has a 35 foot long steaming, smoking genie lamp bar among it's 2800 slot machines and 87 table games!
~The Desert Passage mall is constructed to look and feel like an Arab Bazaar, complete with an oasis, which features a thunder and lightning storm and indoor rain every 30 minutes!

Directions: Mid-Strip next to Ballys and Paris, across the street from Bellagio and Caesar's

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Eastern Promise?

by written on May 31, 2003

The Aladdin Hotel is one of the new places on the block. Its theme is the eastern Bazaar, though I've not stayed there yet!

Unique Quality: Large Shopping Mall, with an oasis over which a storm is 'released' every hour or so.

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Middle East Splendor

Great (4.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on December 9, 2002

I had high expectations for this hotel and entered with trepidation. I hated the fact that they tore down the old one, Vegas seems to have no respect for its history. And then they changed it, only a couple of years later, to Planet Hollywood. I generally dislike places that try to cater to the young, beautiful and foolish. Yet, I was not disappointed.

Unique Quality: We might be a little biased about this hotel because they upgraded us to the Penthouse level. Still, the room was very large, the same size as the one I'd had on two previous trips, and the amenities were the same. The bathroom is large and boasts a separate tub and shower. There is a television in the bathroom as well. I watched TV while taking a bath. It tickled me. Our towels were purple, not white, and that tickled me as well. Our view was amazing-the Bellagio fountains. Room service was not too terribly expensive. The buffet, The Spice Market, is the best in town, or so I have bene told. I have only eaten at a few. The hotel also offers P.F. Chang's, one of our favorite Asian eateries. The casino is okay, but at the end of the day, just a casino.

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Aladdin Resort and Casino

by written on August 25, 2002

is around 80.00 USD on Week nights Sun-Thurs, and around 140.00 USD on Weekends. But well worth all you spend!

Unique Quality: The Aladdin Resort

The Aladdin Resort includes more restaurants, more shops, more entertainment and more casino options than any other destination in Las Vegas.
From its location in the heart of the Las Vegas Strip, the Aladdin offers easy access from the airport and highway as well as easy pedestrian access directly from the Strip.
The 34-acre Aladdin Resort includes the following, all seamlessly connected under one roof:
· 2,600 oversized rooms and suites and 100,000 square feet of spectacular gaming space
· The Theatre for the Performing Arts, a 7,000-seat multipurpose entertainment venue
· The London Club at Aladdin, a luxurious European-style gaming club
· Desert Passage at Aladdin, a 500,000-square-foot 'shopping adventure' featuring retail, dining,entertainment and night life
·Two outdoor swimming pools on a sixth-floor terrace
· Six fabulous restaurants ranging from casual to elegant.

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Aladdin Resorts

by written on August 25, 2002

Check web site

3667 Las Vegas Blvd. South
Las Vegas, NV 89109
(702) 736-0111 or
(800) 634-3424

Unique Quality: Desert Theme, but not overboard, very nice rooms all the staff were great, helpful and very polite

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Aladdin

by written on August 25, 2002

Aladdin

Unique Quality: The Aladdin Resort & Casino bears the distinction of being the only resort in Vegas history to rise from the dead: it was imploded in 1998 and then rebuilt. I was there before it was rebuilt and can say... Not a place where you found high rollers spending the night! There was awful green and orange shag carpeting in the halls and rooms, that I will always remember! But hey I was there for a good time, not a long time, so the song goes!

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Aladdin Hotel and Casino

by written on August 24, 2002

Aladdin Hotel and Casino
$89-$300.

Unique Quality: The Aladdin is the newest of the Las Vegas hotels. The Aladdin offers 2,567 rooms and amenities including concierge services, room service, hair dryers, irons.(no airport shuttle service)
It has an incredible shopping area, the Desert Passage, which offers a variety of unique shops. More than 130-world class and one-of-a-kind retail shops and 14 unique restaurants can be found in the Desert Passage. Shops include: Z Gallerie, Eddie Bauer, Napoleon Fine Fashions for Men, Origins, Pat Areias Sterling, Parallel, Rock Fish, Catalog Co., Royal Selangor, Russeck Gallery, Sephora, Steve Madden, Tolstoy's, Elegant Pens, Tommy Bahama, Teuscher Chocolates,Build-A-Bear Workshop, Endangered Species and more. One of my favorites is the Build a Bear store where you get to stuff your own bear, pick out its clothes, and take your new friend home with you. I'm also a nut for Clinique and there's an entire Clinique store. (The only downside to the store is no bonus time.) Inside the Desert Passage it rains, but you won't get wet! The pillars in the casino are jeweled and the atmosphere is fun. While in the shops, wait around a little and then you will experience a free show with music and dancing.
Things to do and see: 7,000-seat Theatre for the Performing Arts plus a showroom (under construction). Blue Note Jazz Club located in the adjacent Desert Passage shopping mall. Relax at the two pools located six stories above the Vegas Strip.
The casino spans 100,000-square-foot with 2,800 slot machines and 87 table games. Plus The London Club, 35,000-square-foot European-style gaming salon operated in partnership with London Clubs International. Casino games include Blackjack, Caribbean Stud Poker, Craps, Keno, Let It Ride, Pai Gow Poker, Poker, Roulette, Sportsbook, Slots, Baccarat, Wheel of Fortune, Megabucks and Super Megabucks.
Other interesting things about the Aladdin: The Aladdin Theater for the Performing Arts boasts the largest proscenium arch stage in the country. The 35,000-square-foot London Club at Aladdin is Las Vegas' only European-style luxury gaming salon. The world's largest indoor light board creates a 130-foot 'Enchanted Garden,' with a constantly changing display of blooming flowers. All of the guest rooms offer a computer with high-speed Internet access.

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My last visit was at the...

by written on August 24, 2002

My last visit was at the Aladdin hotel - extremely nice and friendly staff. I will definitely go back. Previously I stayed at the Monte Carlo (pictured).

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The Aladdin ranks high on my...

by written on August 24, 2002

The Aladdin ranks high on my list. The rooms are nice, you can book un line. You don't have to leave your house to do this.

The Monte Carlo looked nice too!

Bellagio is expensive!

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Nearby Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino

Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino

We've found that other people looking for this hotel also know it by these names:

  • Planet Hollywood Las Vegas
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  • Las Vegas Aladdin
  • Planet Hollywood Resort And Casino

Address: 3667 Las Vegas Boulevard South, (formerly Aladdin Resort), Las Vegas, Nevada, 89109, United States

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Amenities at Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino

  • Restaurant
  • Swimming Pool
  • Wheelchair Accessible
  • Room Service
  • Fitness Center
  • Free Parking
  • Business Services
  • Pets Allowed
  • Casino
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