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The LVH – Las Vegas Hotel & Casino is one of the city's most respected resorts offering a combination of elegance and impeccable service. Located on Paradise Road, just a block from the Strip, the property is also minutes from McCarran International Airport and steps from the Las Vegas Convention Center. There's even a Las Vegas Monorail station on the premises, so guests will enjoy easy access to popular hotels and attractions on Las Vegas Boulevard.The LVH has a storied history. It has played host to an all-star lineup of entertainers -- the most revered, of course, being Elvis Presley. Serving as his Las Vegas headquarters, the King performed here in an eight-year exclusive run selling out 837 consecutive shows and entertaining an estimated 2.5 million people. Liberace also used to draw big crowds in the main showroom with his flamboyant costumes, amazing piano playing and infectious fun.Today the LVH Theatre still showcases big names, such as Liza Minelli, Don McLean and Glenn Campbell as well as "Raiding the Rock Vault," which honors the greatest rock bands in history. Plus, the Shimmer Cabaret features a variety of performers and productions. Check out Trent Carlini, a well-regarded tribute artist who pays homage to the King of Rock 'n' Roll. MO5AIC is a five-man vocal group who sound like they have a full band with them, but they only use their voices without any digital sound enhancements. Or get a does of late-night humor with Comedy After Dark.  Situated off the main casino floor, the Tempo lounge is a stylish venue that serves classic cocktails...with a twist! It's also the perfect spot to gather for pre- and post- theater drinks or to dance to a mix of '70s, '80s and '90s hits in the late-night hours.When you're feeling hungry, the LVH has several wonderful dining options. The gourmet Japanese restaurant Benihana presents exhibition-style cooking by master chefs on hibachi tables. Authentic Japanese sushi is served in Teru Sushi in Las Vegas, which is found in the same stunningly peaceful complex -- complete with waterfalls and a traditional koi pond -- that houses the Zen Bar and Lounge. The classic upscale restaurant TJ's Steakhouse straddles the sophisticated Plaza Bar. It's noted for its prime cuts and rich mahogany setting.  Vince Neil's Tatuado Restaurant & Cantina is a more lively spot to socialize over drinks (tequilas, beers and signature margaritas like the Smokin' Purple Rita) and indulge in Mexican appetizers. At The Buffet you can devour items from a spread of world cuisine for breakfast, lunch, dinner and brunch. And Burger Bistro, the Paradise Café, Fortuna coffee and wine bar, and the food court are all perfect whenever you desire a quick bite.In addition, the LVH is beloved among race and sports bettors, thanks to the illustrious Superbook. This huge facility is THE place to watch a big game. With more than 350 seats, 28 giant screens and one massive 15-by-20-foot monitor, you won't miss a moment of the action. Special niche areas, like The Ultimate Fan Cave, are packed with armchairs. Patrons can always grab a drink at the Eighth Pole Bar or a sandwich at the Superbook Deli.Other amenities at LVH include a business center, a state-of-the-art cardio room, the Regis Signature Salon, tennis courts, a car rental agency, concierge services and more. There are gift, apparel and sundries shops. Drift away in bliss with one of many pampering services at The Spa. Or spend the day lounging in the sun by the third-floor pool, complete with 18 cabanas, a 25-seat Jacuzzi and the Cabana Bar. During the summer months, poolside happy hours are held in the early evenings with live entertainment.The LVH offers 3,000 well-appointed and spacious rooms, along with luxury suites and villas. All of them are equipped with wired and wireless internet access. Most boast panoramic views of the Las Vegas skyline or the surrounding valley and mountains. Among the standard amenities are ultra-soft bedding, a 37-inch plasma TV and an in-room safe. You can opt to stay in one of the Resorts Club rooms for an upgraded level of service and prestige. Among the luxuries are a plush spa robe, silky linens and access to the Resorts Club lounge on the 24th floor, where you'll receive complimentary breakfasts, fresh-baked cookies and snacks as well as be treated to evening wine and cheese receptions.Convention facilities are also top-notch at the LVH. Along with the Paradise Event Center, providing 70,000 square feet of space, there is a stunning 35,000-square-foot ballroom and nearly 10,000 square feet of combined meeting space. Plus,couples who are interested in tying the knot will find a lovely and intimate wedding chapel, Chapelle de l'Amour, at the property.Whether traveling for business or pleasure, the LVH is an ideal hotel that stands as a beacon of history, elegance and service in Las Vegas.-- By Renée LiButti
 
Overall rating 
2 / 5
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Customer service 
2 / 5
2 / 5
Accuracy of VEGAS.com's Description 
4 / 5
4 / 5
Room Quality 
2 / 5
2 / 5
Casino 
2 / 5
2 / 5
Hotel Location 
3 / 5
3 / 5
Pool 
4 / 5
4 / 5
Room Location 
4 / 5
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Overall amenities 
1 / 5
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fromSacramento, CA
Age:55 to 64
Gender:Female
Travel Purpose:Vacation/Pleasure
Travel Companions:Significant other
Purchase Frequency:Once every few years
Star Rating Accuracy:Too High
Gambler:No
No, I do not recommend this product.
The Hotel had Issues
PostedNovember 13, 2013
We had late arrival. We arrived in the very early morning hours due to driving time. When we arrived we had to wait 30-40 minutes for them to find us a room. Mind you we had a reservation but they still had to find us a room because they were completely full. So they found us a room and said it was an upgrade. We get into our room, it was a nice room, however we discovered that we had no blanket, or comforter on our bed, we had no remote for the TV and we had nothing no sort of directory with extensions, room service menu etc. in our room. So at 3:30 a.m. I had to call the front desk and ask for these items that were brought to our room at 4:00 a.m. Next day we left our room only to come back and find that we'd had no housekeeping services. The next day when leaving our room, I saw the Maid and asked if our room was on the list to be cleaned. She said "yes" and when we got back she'd given us clean towels, gave us a comforter and emptied the trash. Needless to say, this wasn't one of my best hotel experiences in Vegas. We won't be staying here in the future.
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The LVH – Las Vegas Hotel & Casino is one of the city's most respected resorts offering a combination of elegance and impeccable service. Located on Paradise Road, just a block from the Strip, the property is also minutes from McCarran International Airport and steps from the Las Vegas Convention Center. There's even a Las Vegas Monorail station on the premises, so guests will enjoy easy access to popular hotels and attractions on Las Vegas Boulevard.The LVH has a storied history. It has played host to an all-star lineup of entertainers -- the most revered, of course, being Elvis Presley. Serving as his Las Vegas headquarters, the King performed here in an eight-year exclusive run selling out 837 consecutive shows and entertaining an estimated 2.5 million people. Liberace also used to draw big crowds in the main showroom with his flamboyant costumes, amazing piano playing and infectious fun.Today the LVH Theatre still showcases big names, such as Liza Minelli, Don McLean and Glenn Campbell as well as "Raiding the Rock Vault," which honors the greatest rock bands in history. Plus, the Shimmer Cabaret features a variety of performers and productions. Check out Trent Carlini, a well-regarded tribute artist who pays homage to the King of Rock 'n' Roll. MO5AIC is a five-man vocal group who sound like they have a full band with them, but they only use their voices without any digital sound enhancements. Or get a does of late-night humor with Comedy After Dark.  Situated off the main casino floor, the Tempo lounge is a stylish venue that serves classic cocktails...with a twist! It's also the perfect spot to gather for pre- and post- theater drinks or to dance to a mix of '70s, '80s and '90s hits in the late-night hours.When you're feeling hungry, the LVH has several wonderful dining options. The gourmet Japanese restaurant Benihana presents exhibition-style cooking by master chefs on hibachi tables. Authentic Japanese sushi is served in Teru Sushi in Las Vegas, which is found in the same stunningly peaceful complex -- complete with waterfalls and a traditional koi pond -- that houses the Zen Bar and Lounge. The classic upscale restaurant TJ's Steakhouse straddles the sophisticated Plaza Bar. It's noted for its prime cuts and rich mahogany setting.  Vince Neil's Tatuado Restaurant & Cantina is a more lively spot to socialize over drinks (tequilas, beers and signature margaritas like the Smokin' Purple Rita) and indulge in Mexican appetizers. At The Buffet you can devour items from a spread of world cuisine for breakfast, lunch, dinner and brunch. And Burger Bistro, the Paradise Café, Fortuna coffee and wine bar, and the food court are all perfect whenever you desire a quick bite.In addition, the LVH is beloved among race and sports bettors, thanks to the illustrious Superbook. This huge facility is THE place to watch a big game. With more than 350 seats, 28 giant screens and one massive 15-by-20-foot monitor, you won't miss a moment of the action. Special niche areas, like The Ultimate Fan Cave, are packed with armchairs. Patrons can always grab a drink at the Eighth Pole Bar or a sandwich at the Superbook Deli.Other amenities at LVH include a business center, a state-of-the-art cardio room, the Regis Signature Salon, tennis courts, a car rental agency, concierge services and more. There are gift, apparel and sundries shops. Drift away in bliss with one of many pampering services at The Spa. Or spend the day lounging in the sun by the third-floor pool, complete with 18 cabanas, a 25-seat Jacuzzi and the Cabana Bar. During the summer months, poolside happy hours are held in the early evenings with live entertainment.The LVH offers 3,000 well-appointed and spacious rooms, along with luxury suites and villas. All of them are equipped with wired and wireless internet access. Most boast panoramic views of the Las Vegas skyline or the surrounding valley and mountains. Among the standard amenities are ultra-soft bedding, a 37-inch plasma TV and an in-room safe. You can opt to stay in one of the Resorts Club rooms for an upgraded level of service and prestige. Among the luxuries are a plush spa robe, silky linens and access to the Resorts Club lounge on the 24th floor, where you'll receive complimentary breakfasts, fresh-baked cookies and snacks as well as be treated to evening wine and cheese receptions.Convention facilities are also top-notch at the LVH. Along with the Paradise Event Center, providing 70,000 square feet of space, there is a stunning 35,000-square-foot ballroom and nearly 10,000 square feet of combined meeting space. Plus,couples who are interested in tying the knot will find a lovely and intimate wedding chapel, Chapelle de l'Amour, at the property.Whether traveling for business or pleasure, the LVH is an ideal hotel that stands as a beacon of history, elegance and service in Las Vegas.-- By Renée LiButti
 

adjoining rooms?

There was an ajoining room which we didn't use
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