First time staying at this hotel. If I was able to get non-lumpy flatter pillows, I would stay here again.
The room was in great condition. Bathroom was big and clean.
Hotel premises and casino were nice. Happy they have free parking.
Cafe Bottega has wonderful lattes and AMAZING, YUMMY panini sandwiches. Highly recommended.
The walk to the Strip was a few blocks long, with some homeless people sleeping along the way. I never felt unsafe, but if you prefer, take an Uber / taxi.
Traveller from Ottawa
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
Had a great stay at this excellent hotel. Signature towers are connected to MGM, but realistically are just off the strip. 7-12 min walk depending on which tower you're in plus another 7-10 mins through the MGM casino onto the strip. Because of this slight distance, the prices are Signature are often a bit lower, but the quality of the hotel is not. Our room was spacious, clean, and comfortable. The staff were friendly, helpful, and professional. Would definitely stay again.
Traveller from Michigan
Located in Paradise, this luxury condominium resort is within 2 mi (3 km) of Miracle Mile Shops, University of Nevada-Las …More
This hotel has what you would expect of a hotel in Las Vegas; it's clean, nice, with all of the amenities. There are several pools, including a wave pool, restaurants (a great steampunk-style one called Boiler Room was my absolute favorite!), roof-top bar, and even the Shark Reef Aquarium (which a little underwhelming). It's at the end of the strip, so it's close to everything you would want in Vegas. Make sure to use the correct exits! The first night there, we took the first exit we saw, and ended up getting lost on the property with access to roads without sidewalks. Everything was a little pricey, which I think is typical in the area. The resort fees were in small print in the reservation (some people missed them), and not mentioned until checkout. It seems like there are fees on fees on fees (and of course tips are expected by everyone) everywhere in Las Vegas.
Traveller from Canada
3 miles from the airport, the 43-story Mandalay Bay Resort sits on 60 acres at the south end of the Strip; a complimentary …More
We had our reservation cancelled the day before we left on vacation and found this resort last minute. What a great find. It was very clean and off the strip. They have a shuttle that runs every hour to the strip almost 24 hours a day. We also took Uber and it was only like $15.00 for 4 of us from this location. We felt very safe and welcomed. Clean rooms. I would stay here again.
Traveller from Springfield, Oregon
This French-themed hotel is 3 miles from the Las Vegas Strip.More
It was pretty good except no indoor jacuzzi or swimming pool, now that its winter time there's now the pool is closed so it kind of takes the fun out of being in a hotel in Vegas. Me and my buddy normally go to vegas and stay at Ballys and we usually use their sauna and indoor soaking pool and it really adds to the experience of being in Vegas even if we had to pay a little more.
Adjacent to the Las Vegas Convention Center, this resort is a 10-minute drive from McCarran International Airport. The …More
Glittering, larger-than-life gambling palaces dominate Las Vegas Boulevard South, better known as The Strip. Here, hotels are destinations unto themselves. Within a three-mile stretch, visitors can see the New York City skyline, the Eiffel Tower, an Egyptian pyramid, imperial Rome, a dancing fountain, and an exploding volcano. A monorail links several hotels and the Las Vegas Convention Center.