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New, clean, quiet, and friendly.
We stayed at Staybridge Suites in Las Vegas on 5/10/09. The staff, including Casandra and the shuttle bus drivers, went out of their way to accommodate us. The breakfast was excellent and plentiful. Yes, we would stay there again.
What a Gem in Las Vegas!!
I booked the Staybridge Suites for a 3 night stay in Las Vegas with a friend and what a jackpot of a property! Upon arrival, there is a very spacious 2 story lobby. The staff at the front desk was extremely friendly and always checking to see how we were doing as we passed through the lobby during our stay.
The room was a luxurious suite. We had a full kitchen, stack washer and dryer in-room, pull out sofa bed, flat screen tv in the living area and bedroom, and a balcony. Yes, a balcony!!!! Our view overlooked the south strip from Mandalay Bay all the way to the new City Center property.
As this property is 1/2 mile from the strip, they provided a complimentary shuttle to/from MGM Grand and to the airport on departure. The property is also easy walking distance to Mandalay Bay.
Staybridge also provides complimentary full american breakfast every morning and Tuesday, Wednesday, & Thursday evenings they also provide a light dinner which usually ranges from tacos, BBQ, and soup/salad.
The pool area is very large with plenty of room to spread out. There are 2 hot tubs, a childrens pool with a waterfall, and a large adult size pool.
There is free in room wi-fi and complimentary use of the business center with 3 computers should you happen to leave yours at home.
Checkout was quick and easy. Every one of the staff that we ran into during our stay was checking to see how we were doing.
This is a great property in Las Vegas!!!! I will definitely be returning to the Staybridge Suites next time I am in Las Vegas!
Why can't they all be like this?
My husband and I stayed at the Staybridge Suites, Dean Martin Drive, Las Vegas for 5 nights. May 8-12, 2009. Picked up that they were a good place to stay on Trip Advisor. NOT disappointed. They were built as a timeshare complex, but at the last minute Staybridge decided to run it as a hotel. It has only been open since August 2008 and still smells new. The apartments are huge, clean, comfortable, delightfully furnished, excellent full kitchens with dishwasher, washer and drier, full size fridge/freezer, cooker and granite worktops. All the apartments have balconies furnisded with table and chairs. The FREE breakfast is the best I have had anywhere in the USA, with REAL fruit juice (not that horrid sweet stuff), fresh fruit salad, alternate days they have scrambled eggs and bacon/omlette and burgers, with of course all the waffles, breads, cakes, really good coffee, etc.,etc. All served with a smile and cleared away by the efficient staff. The manager takes his job seriously and runs a really tight ship. Our request for a desk in the room was fulfilled within ten minutes of checking in, and followed up with a phone call to check if it was acceptable. The swimming pool is about 20 metres long and they have two hot tubs. There is a half hourly free shuttle to the strip and they will take also pick you up from the airport. The only down side is that it is close to the airport, but it has to be said that the same applies to all the hotels at this end of the strip including the Mandalay Bay, The Hotel, The Luxor (practically on the the runway), MGM, New York, New York and The Excalibur. The windows are soundproof. You cannot beat the price on the Staybridge website, it seems that like Hilton they have it all tied up and no matter how I tried I could not find anywhere cheaper, but they are not expensive, we paid $112 for the large suite and it was worth every cent. It is also so nice NOT to be in a Casino hotel and have to mingle with all the saddo gamblers, hen and stag parties, etc.
So happy we found this hotel
We had a two family, six person group attending a horse show at the Thomas and Mack Center. This is like a normal hotel anywhere else, no strip inconveniences like choosing between valet parking or a long walk, noisy common areas and smoke everywhere. This hotel was quiet, clean, completely non-smoking (indoors) with parking surrounding the hotel. The rooms are very spacious and nice and new looking. We had no problem keeping the pull-out sofa open the whole stay; we weren't needing the space. The only issues we had were: 1. Upon arrival, the morning staff had not assigned us rooms, so our request for adjoining rooms (or close by) was not possible. 2. The shower pressure was low in one room and the water could not get hot in the other (warm, but not as hot as some like). 3. As mentioned in another review, they ran out of food at free dinner at least an hour before it was to end. 4. I used my Amex to reserve the room, but they couldn't take it for payment! They said they were working on accepting Amex but couldn't at that time.
All in all, very happy to pay a reasonable rate at get away from the noise and air pollution of the strip, yet be close enough still to feel like we are in Vegas.
wow what an awesome place
cant beat it for the money, very large rooms, everything was modern and clean.
check in was so nice and quick, all staff i met were incredible
Fitness center was top notch, free weights, bikes treadmills etc
Breakfast every day was awesome. We will be staying here every trip to vegas
I really cant say enuf good things about this place
We stayed here for two nights. The rooms and ammenities here are top notch. Clean, well maintained and unique.
Great pool area, breakfast included and free parking. I don't think there is a better place to stay in Las Vegas when you are not looking to stay on the strip.
Very affordable suites with a touch of class.
Very pleasant experience
We stayed at Staybridge based on TripAdvisor reviews and pretty much everything we read was confirmed. The staff were great - friendly and professional. The room was spotless and well appointed. Ask for a room with a balcony - we didn't have one. The free breakfast was fine, and the free Internet access was definitely a plus. Great location - but you probably need a rental car or taxi - doubt you'd want to walk over the highway to the Mandaya Bay. The pool's clean, but you'll be watching and hearing planes take off every 90 seconds. Nice work out room with good selection of machines and weights. One oddity - no newspapers - free or for purchase. Had to go to a nearby hotel to get a paper. But I'd stay again - for the price, location, and including breakfast and Internet access - a great buy.
Best hotel near the Strip for the money
I think that this is the best hotel for the value near the Strip. The rooms were extremely large, everything modern and exceptionally clean, tvs were awesome, and free wi-fi. The staff was extremely friendly and helpful. Check in/out was a breeze.
The hotel is not on the Strip but they have a complimentary shuttle that runs to and from the MGM every hour. The driver even dropped us off at the Monte Carlo one night for the Lance Burton show, no problem. Being off the strip let's you enjoy the peace and quiet when you want it and the proximity makes it no big hassle getting to the Strip and back.
The complimentary breakfast buffet was also really great. The business center is also great and available any time. The pool and spa area is just beautiful with lots of room for everyone with two large spas.
I can't say enough about the rooms. Being a suite it has more room and amenities than I could have imagined. One of the most comfortable stays I have ever had at a hotel.
This is definitely the hotel that my wife and I will be staying at for all future LV trips.
Great hotel and excelent service
The rooms are well appointed and home away from home. Service was excelent and the staff very friendly. You need transport to get to the strip, but we welcomed the peace and quite after a day on te strip. I can happily recommend this hotel to anyone.
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Las Vegas New Years Eve
Hi can anyone suggest a hotel to stay in on the strip for New Years Eve. While looking on maps l have no idea where would be a good location for the night. We really dont want to walk too far. There will be 10 of us ( two families) so not too pricey ! although for the night l know the prices will be increased.
Re: Las Vegas New Years Eve
New Years eve falls on a Friday night, and many of the hotels may require a Friday/Saturday night stay and yes, you will find rates are going to go up. Friday and Saturday night rates tend to increase outside of holiday dates so a substantial rate hike will probably occur. You might try the Excalibur, or for a more central location the Imperial Palace which is one of the older hotels on the strip, the Riviera is another one. Not centrally located but may have decent rates is Circus Circus, but I would look at this one as last resort.
Re: Las Vegas New Years Eve
i was in Vegas last October and we stayed at the Mirage Hotel - would be happy to recommend it. I would say though that all the hotels on the strip are within walking/strolling distance of each other so best you just find what suits your budget.
Re: Las Vegas New Years Eve
encore or the wynn,also look on my external site i have lots of usefullsites for vegas the taxi site is one of the best taxi drivers give tips/info i collected all of them coz i went there for 17 nights vegas is about the cheapest its ever been right now,so a goodtime to go but i think the wynn will be to much money,but do go and look around and the bellagio i spent hours at both
Re: Las Vegas New Years Eve
If your looking for reaseonable budget hotels and central location I would go for Planet Hollywood(renovated in 2007) and Treasure Island. A couple more that I have not stayed at but good locations and maybe good prices Imperial Palace and Ballys.. I think they could be a little older but centrally located..