Renaissance Las Vegas Hotel

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

3400 Paradise Rd, Las Vegas, Nevada, 89169-2770, United States

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Renaissance Las Vegas Hotel
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    Renaissance Marriott Las Vegas


    This is a very nice property, quiet, and the customer service is really impressive... I was really impressed with the high quality of services... The restaurant had the best burger in Vegas!!! Also, the buffet breakfast was amazing...

    The rooms are pretty big, and they have a big plasma TV, a safe, a separate shower/bath.

    This is off-strip, but for me it's the perfect location, because the hotel is located next to the Las Vegas Monorail station.

    At the bar they have a large variety of martinis! Must try

    There is also a very cool pool with cocktail services!

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Nice Hotel

by TripAdvisor Member specialyujin

Me and My boyfriend stayed at Renaissance Las Vegas this May and We had a blast! Hotel employees were very polite and nice. Doorman treats you like you are somebody. Room was clean and nice. TV was great and wireless internet was very useful. They cleaned our room everyday and we had fresh towels everyday. There is a cafe in the lobby where you can get coffee and snack but their sandwiches are overprised and a girl who works there don't know how to make coffee. We loved the pool at Renaissance. It is small but not crowded like other hotels. Hot tub is great and had very powerful water pressure. The only problem that we had was the location. It turns out monorail is useless because you walk even more when you ride monorail. We are young so we don't have a problem walking but we were extremely exhausted by second day so we rented a car. It's further than you think from the Strip. Also, if you are going there to have fun and meet people, don't go there because most of people there are business people. But if you want, non-smoky clean hotel where you can relax and willing to rent a car, go to Renaissance, you will have so much fun

Excellent! Excellent! Excellent!

by A TripAdvisor Member

I'll be honest... my husband and I are extremely fussy. We like staying places that are upscale and fairly new. The Renaissance fit the bill!

We took a shuttle from the airport for $5.50 per person and we were the first stop. We arrived at 11:00 AM and checked in early with no issues. The front desk staff were great! The chocolate olives were tasty! The room was clean and very trendy. The bathroom was plenty big! The plasma TV was cool and the bed was ultra plush! There was a CLEAN separate tub and CLEAN glass shower. There was Bath & Body Works shampoo, conditioner, shower gel, lotion, face soap, and body soap for our bathing pleasure. The in-room coffee was Starbucks. We ordered room service and the food was great! The coffee shop serves Starbuck's coffee and their cinnamon rolls are to die for!

The monorail was convenient. We thought it was more convenient than staying on the strip because we were so close to the monorail station. We bought the unlimited 24-hour pass each day.

We loved it and will definitely be back!

Very Nice, Good Service

by TripAdvisor Member HappyTravel74

We just got back from a stay in Las Vegas. It was our first time. We stayed at both this place and Mandalay Bay. We found both to be wonderful in their own way and are glad we tried them both. The service at Renaissance was wonderful. The restaurant was very good. The beds were WONDERFUL!!! I was concerned about the issue of the paper thin walls, but did not hear anyone and the hotel was full on the nights we stayed. I think the fact that most people who stay here are business people makes it a very quiet place. It was quieter than Mandalay. The spa services are through the Stirling Club, a private club for residence of the Turnberry. Use it!!!! It is just as nice as the spa at Mandalay, less crowded and I had the best massage of my life from Noel!!!! The cost $60 for a 50 minute massage and $10 of that was a tip - I did add on to the tip though, because it just did not seem right. They drive you and pick you up in the hotel town car. All in all a great stay.

Quiet, clean and restful

by TripAdvisor Member RobertaAnthony

If you're in Vegas for business or for whatever reason don't need to be around a casino 24/7 this is a great little hotel with quick access to the strip when you want it -- and blessedly without all the usual cig-smoke wafting all through the lobby, halls and even the rooms. However, at anything over $229 a night it's probably over priced. I grabbed a $179 rate for 5 nights and was pleasantly surprised -- even after a rocky late-night arrival during which there was absolutely no one out front to greet guests -- not a bellman, nothing. Eventually the lone front desk manager came out and got my bags and later even parked my car. From there all was relatively smooth.
While the Art Deco modernish decor is really more an approximation of a fine hotel, than a true statement, the place is very restful, quiet, and clean. Rooms are small but very functional. The bed, flat screen and nicely appointed bath were all excellent. The lobby bar was fun and the staff very eager to please (maybe a little too eager - I'll get to that later). A food and beverage manager eagerly ran to get me a couple of candy bars from the employee break room when I noticed the hotel snack-bar/coffee-stand didn't have quite the chocolate I wanted. When one of the TV's in the very well-appointed gym had a problem, a manager came right up. But a couple of the parking attendants were a bit too friendly -- one going so far as to ask for my phone number. (Though two others supplied competent, very helpful driving directions). The pool however is a problem -- though nicely laid out in the pretty courtyard it is indeed in the shadows of the building during much of the day - a real problem when it's cool out. And interestingly, this isn't the first time I've seen this issue at a Renaissance, so ya gotta wonder what's up with that kind of design flaw if it's being repeated. . . Big negative: Was not able to buy a New York Times in the lobby - in fact the staff looked at me like I was requesting something from Mars. They eagerly tried to hand me a Wall Street Journal and the Las Vegas paper, having no understanding that any newspaper isn't a substitute for the one requested. For a business hotel, this should change.

Great Hotel

by A TripAdvisor Member

This is an excellent hotel. Since this is a business hotel there is no casino and no smoke smell. The staffs are great and the room is neat and quiet. The LCD TV is a nice touch. Highly recommend.

excellent stay

by A TripAdvisor Member

just returned from the renaissance in las vegas. Hotel was beautifully decorated and staff was friendly. It was our anniversary and the desk left a card and cheese platter in our room. The hotel is located off the strip but the new monorail system right across the street made it very convienent. The hotel is not like the resorts you would see on the strip and does not have the large pool with servers. my husband and I spent the day over at the hard rock one day to lounge around. While the hotel was mainly filled with business related guests, their were several tourists there as well. While we probably would stay at a resort next time, with more people our age, we did enjoy our stay at this hotel as a gift for our anniversary. GREAT place if you want the access to the strip without the crowds or noise.

renaissance was excellent, As I expected

by A TripAdvisor Member

2 night stay, sat and sun. valet parking was easy and they are eager to please. always running and they will give you a free bottle of water. check in was fast and easy, i ask for an upgrade being a marriott member and was granted vip status,(access to concierge lounge, free food and drinks 3 times a day) the room was typicval marriott quality. PERFECT, and the bed has about 12" woth of fluffy bedspreads and huge pillows. I had a pool view. about a 30 inch plasma type tv, desk, alarm cd radio at bedside, free intrernet broadband, coffee maker with teas also, ironing board, hair dryer and anything that you would want. the is a computer room with 3 computers. the pool in small, but extravagant, huge palm trees and a 8-10 person hot tub, family size padded adjustable lounge chairs with cushions. pool side drink waiter. this was a great stay, i will return anytime I have the chance. location was near the hilton and convention center. about 2 blocks off of the north end of the strip.

Not worth the money

by A TripAdvisor Member

My husband and I just got back from Las Vegas and were less than impressed with the hotel. The first night we got there we had to move to 3 different rooms before we got the right one. And dealing with that late at night after a long flight is not something you want to do. This is after we had called earlier in the week confirming our reservation and room. The next day, we ventured off to the strip to come back to our door to our room opened and all our belongings missing. After 45 minutes of complete chaos, the hotel realized they accidently checked us out and the cleaning staff took our belongings when the cleaned our room. The secuirty, though, was more than helpful with the entire situation. We did get all our belongings back with nothing missing. One day during our 4 day stay there, they never cleaned our room. It was near 5:00 and we had to find a cleaning staff on our floor to get fresh towels. The pool is very small. And by 1:30, it's in complete shade. Needless to say, we will never stay there again. We expected much more for the money we spent.

Going back in two months

by TripAdvisor Member MaiTai

We stayed 1 night during the Memorial weekend. During check-in, I've a long list of requests and every single item on my list was accommodated. No complaint there. The service from the front desk is excellent. What ever you want, just ask and they will do their best to accommodate you.
My room is on the 6th floor, view to the Wynn hotel. The room has a mini fridge with two complimentary bottles of water. The bed is very comfortable. I think it has three different types of pillows, a total of six. A flat 32"(I think) HDTV plasma TV. The room is very clean. The only complaint I have is when we got there, they just finished washing the hallway carpet. The carpet shampoo smells like manure. Once we got in the room and the door is closed, we couldn't smell anything so it didn't bother us that much.
As indicated by other reviewers, this is not a casino hotel. It's between the Wynn's hotel and the Convention Center. The mono-rail is available for $10 all-day ticket or $2 each way. The mono-rail station is right next door at the convention center, a five minutes walk. It stops at many popular hotels/casino on the strip.
We loved this hotel because it's in the center of Las Vegas and off the Las Vegas Blvd. We don't smoke and don't like to walk through the casino to get to our room so this is perfect for us. We didn't try any of the restaurants in the hotel, cannot comment on that. For the price we paid, it's a heck of a deal and in my opinion, this hotel ranks the best three hotels out of the 15 plus major hotels/casino I've stayed in Vegas.
Because we like it so much, we'll be going back in July.

Forum Posts

Renaissance Las Vegas

by anewday

I will be staying at the new Marriott Renaissance Las Vegas... Anyone stayed there? Is it too far from the strip? Thank you.

RE: Renaissance Las Vegas

by KPGills

I`ve not been their but I asked the same question a few postings below as I`m going in October. The reply was:-

The Residence Inn is a great, quiet property. Right across the steet from the convention center monorail station, so you'll have great access to transportation up to the strip.


RE: Renaissance Las Vegas

by jasmith52

I haven't stayed there myself:

Here is a link to the "Trip Advisor" reviews of the property. It looks like nearly everyone really liked it.

RE: Renaissance Las Vegas

by jasmith52

< Sorry forgot the link >

I haven't stayed there myself:

Here is a link to the "Trip Advisor" reviews of the property. It looks like nearly everyone really liked it.

RE: Renaissance Las Vegas


I will be staying at the new Marriott Renaissance Las Vegas, in july.
July 17th,-22nd. I will be happy to let you know everything about the hotel while I am there.


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Address: 3400 Paradise Rd, Las Vegas, Nevada, 89169-2770, United States