What a pleasant surprise! Booked this at the tail end of a nine day trip that included a wedding in California. Check-in was quick. Our room was spacious and immaculate, and the grounds were park-like. It was off the strip, so more quiet. We spent two nights, and also found that it was easy access to return to the airport. Loved the pool area, and enjoyed a great meal in their Italian restaurant the night before checkout.
Our only glitch was the restaurant, Marilyn's, on checkout day. We had eaten a great salad there on arrival so we thought we would return to have a solid breakfast before flying east. Initially we had left plenty of time, were packed upstairs, and had gassed the rental car the night before. We waited for service, then our beverages, then our meals...just an omelette and eggs. (We placed our order along with our drinks explaining we were heading to the airport right after breakfast.) After nearly a half hour had passed and the table who was seated after us was served, we finally called the manager (had already asked waiter). My omelette came out missing one of the ingredients (was very good though), but nothing for my husband! When his was served, it was not hot, and I had to leave him to go back to the room to checkout! They comped our breakfast which was appreciated, but we did have to rush to the airport.
Traveller from Mickleton, NJ
Set on 27 acres of lawns and winding paths, this all-suite resort is 3 blocks from the glitz of the Strip and less than 2 …More
Great location and affordable. Hotel has monorail stop at its doorsteps, so you have easy access to the rest of the strip. The only negative is the many people trying to sell you timeshare throughout the hotel's main floor.
Traveller from Gilbert, AZ
Adjacent to the Las Vegas Convention Center, this resort is a 10-minute drive from McCarran International Airport. The …More
We arrived later than expected. However, we called and let Front desk now about our arrival. When we arrived they gave us a room. We wanted a king suite but they gave us the last room on the floor. It was a double queen. Besides that I had way more luck at the slots at Silver sevens then I did on the slots on the strip. It's a great family place if you have a car it's even better for the budget.
Traveller from canada
Located 1 mile east of the Strip, this low-key Las Vegas hotel and casino is about a mile from the UNLV and Sands Expo …More
Space for everyone to hang out comfortably in our suite. Bed sooo comfy! Tower 3 is the farthest walk from main MGM casino. All towers sit behind main casino but the walk was so worth it. Each Tower has its in lobby area to enter n exit for pickup n drop off. Plenty of shopping n food options on site.
Two miles from Las Vegas airport, The Signature's proximity to the heart of MGM Grand provides the best of both worlds! The …More
I loved how quiet the casino was and I never had a problem with wanting to play the machines I liked. Loved the pool atmosphere and all of the activities that took place. When we first arrived we were told by a bartender that the following day they had all you can drink wells for $40 and for premium it would be $60. I brought my friends after telling them about the deal and then we were told $50 for wells and $75 for premium.
The first room we were in the AC was broken and would make a noise like it was about to explode. Also the shower pipes would start to shake the shower handle when you turned it on. The next day I went to the front desk and they gave me a new room which was better.
The last night I was there, I decided to take a shower and when I stepped in, and slipped. There were no safety strips. I told staff the next day and security brushed me off and never took a report. I was disappointed as this could happen to someone else but they could seriously be injured.
Traveller from california
Located near the southern end of the Las Vegas Strip, this casual hotel is close to the Las Vegas Convention Center, the …More
This area has more lodging variety than The Strip. East of the Strip features both gaming and non-gaming properties that range from budget to luxury accommodations. Key attractions here include the Las Vegas Convention Center, the University of Nevada, Las Vegas, the McCarran International Airport, several office parks, and the Restaurant Row along Flamingo and Paradise roads.