The Westin Las Vegas Hotel, Casino & Spa

160 East Flamingo Road, Las Vegas, Nevada, 89109, United States
(4 star hotel)
#50 of 324 hotels in Las Vegas
Excellent (4.5 out of 5.0) 6 reviews
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My Kind of Place

Best (5.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on September 6, 2006

The Westin Casuarina is really my kind of place. It's elegant, yet understated. It is located within close walking distance to the strip, across the street from the rear entrance to Bally's, which makes it both in a great location and free from the hordes of people that seem to invade all of the strip hotels. This really is a fine Vegas hotel where you can sit at the lobby bar and enjoy a cocktail while still being able to hear the people you are with.

The Westin has a small casino in its lobby which is remarkably quiet and fresh-smelling and a very good restaurant which is seldom crowded, yet open 24 hours.

The rooms in the hotel are also very nice; they have those amazing Westin beds, and a great selection of toiletries and cushy towels. The Westin also provides guest bathrobes--oh how I do love that.

The hotel also has a nice spa as well as a pool, which may be its one drawback. The pool and its surrounding area is small and gets very crowded. If you want to sit at the pool all day, get there early.

Directions: Across the street from Bally's rear entrance.

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A "Heavenly" retreat off the strip

Great (4.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on May 19, 2005

The Westin Casuarina Hotel & Spa is a nice low key hotel off the strip. It is not quite a "W" but has a similar feel. Check in was easy and Check out easier. For those who remember the Desert Inn "DI" it has a similar feel at a smaller scale in the Casino area. The greatest part of the hotel is after getting back to the room in the wee hours of the morning those "Heavenly" beds are a welcome sight and ARE HEAVENLY! Geared for the business traveler my wife and I have stayed here twice and find it comfortable. Located within walking distance to Bally's and Paris as well the monorail station it is easy to get to the action. The Hotel does not have a big casino. A small variety of slots, a few BJ tables, one crap table, but it's only $5 min on it and the dealers are great.

Unique Quality: The "Heavenly" beds
Relaxing retreat after being out all night
Clean!!

Directions: Across and down from Bally's

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Venetian Resort - Hotel - Casino

Best (5.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on May 11, 2005

The Venetian triumph in recreating the glory of Venice: the famous Landmarks, winding canals, authentic gondolas, arched bridges, and soaring architecture.
You can enjoy just sitting on the "Streets" of Venetian, drinking coffe with the best aroma. Or walking to the shops, finding exclusive things. Visit the best restourants in town with well recreated Venetian view, listening the best voices of Italian gondoliers.

Unique Quality: The rooms are gorgeous!
The service is good.

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Good Westin (but not great), handy location

Good (3.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on September 9, 2004

Just came back from a 3 day, 2 night stay at the Westin Casuarina in Las Vegas. Although the building is not new (it used to be the old Maxim hotel), they've done a nice job updating it. The biggest drive (at least for me) is the fact that they have their patented Heavenly Beds and Heavenly Bath in every room. Also, I am not a big fan of big casinos, so it's nice to have a conveniently located, smaller hotel so close to the strip. We got a very good rate right after Labor Day of 99 dollars a night, so that was also good...

There's a small casino in the lobby, a Starbucks and a decently-priced convenience shop. There's also a pool on the second floor that seemed quite nice (if not large) and a spa. Staff was very friendly and helpful - we needed some help with our cable and an engineer was up quite quickly.

Some small drawbacks:

- Air conditioning seems to be finicky, usually have to set it to "freeze" for the room to remain cool.

- High speed internet access had some issues: first we needed the cable box replaced, then when it started working at one point it became unbearably slow (since it's cable modem, you're at the mercy of however many people are using the pipe at any time)

- Bathroom fogs up almost the minute the shower goes on since there's no fan... small tip - blow dry the mirror once you come out of the shower and it'll be usable in no time!

- Parking could be better marked: areas marked as valet are self parking, then other areas marked as self have a gate for valet. I think they probably haven't cleared up some older markings from its previous incarnation as the Maxim.

Unique Quality: Heavenly Bed, Heavenly Bath, steps from the Bellagio and the Caesars Palace.

Directions: Half a block from the strip on East Flamingo Road

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A Heavenly Night's Sleep in Vegas

Great (4.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on June 22, 2004

Once again, Starwood members rejoice... the Heavenly Bed has made its way to Vegas. The Westin Causarina has a very small casino, so you do not have to spend hours wading through the smoke and slot sounds to get to your night's accomodations. I highly recommend this option for those visitors who are in Vegas on business.

It is a central location right next to Bally's and the Flamingo, so you are right on the strip pretty much!

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Las Vegas Hotel - Downtown Las Vegas

by written on February 3, 2003

It's been several years since I've stayed there, but I just found my notes since my last trip...

The hotel is near the Greyhound Bus terminal downtown Las Vegas (not near the Strip). There was a drunk passed out on the sidewalk directly in front of the hotel lobby. Upon entering, I noticed that the carpets were filthy there was no one at the reservation desk and the elevators were not working. The ice machine didn't work on my floor, the TV didn't work at all, the bathtub was clogged and there was water spilled in the stairwell that we had to climb to get to our room. The key we were given didn't unlock the door, and the security guard took 20 minutes to find the correct key. This is what happends when you wait until the last minute to book a room in Las Vegas when there is a big event (such as a professional boxing match) and there are no rooms available.

Since then, the area has been renovated but I've never been back to this hotel. It may be better, maybe still the same...

Directions: Near Greyhound terminal downtown Las Vegas.

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Address: 160 East Flamingo Road, Las Vegas, Nevada, 89109, United States

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