Alexis Park All Suite Resort
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- 98%Family Travelers
- 91%Budget Travelers
- 75%Business Travelers
- 59%Luxury Travelers
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- Alexis Park All Suite ResortMember ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsBudget Travelers+ 7Aug 09, 2013
Talk about a hidden Las Vegas diamond in the rough hidden gem or any other phrase you want to use. I loved staying at this place. It is within walking distance of the strip, across from the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino, close to shopping, dining, and gambling, for pennies on the dollar for those that don't get comped for everything...
aka a place for an average dork like me! Check this out; by ordering ahead of time we received a rate of $70/night for a holiday weekend! I am still stunned by that! Only $70!!! Just think you can cab-it everywhere and not spend the same amount of cash as you save here, let alone if you drive, its even cheaper woo woo!
Pro Tip: Understand that this is not a 5 star joint but much better than a best western clarion or jo bobs by the hour rental rooms.
The rooms were clean, furnished in an older style, had a separate bedroom, jacuzzi tub, sofa pull out bed, kitchenette with a sink and fridge. To get a microwave, you just had to call the front desk! The bad part of our unit was that there was a small chip and a couple of cracks in the top of the jacuzzi tub, granted we didn't use it for that at all.
Regardless who stays at their hotel a ton while in Vegas anyways? So cheaper and decent sleeping arrangements were perfect for us and why I really liked this joint.
They have three pools and beach balls and all kinds of fun things to play with at the pools. You can also solo cup it at the pools and drink what you want =D it is Vegas after all you know... The first pool also has a fountain in it and that makes things very fun too.
I just liked not staying at a top flight hotel and saving a ton of money at the same time. This place was definitely right up my ally!Recommended for:
- Alexis Park All Suite ResortMember ofTrendstersLocal CultureOutdoor Enthusiasts+ 14Jul 24, 2014
It seemed VERY sketchy at first but my friend who goes to vegas at least once a month recommended this place so I gave this place a try. Plus it was affordable compared to the ones on the strip.
No bed bugs, and we got the two story one with a jacuzzi in the corner halfway up the stairs....which is very weird...Also weird the splash zone had carpets.
Best for group of friends on a budget. Drive to the strip isn't too bad... it's also close to some yummy restaurants.
Our two story room came with:
one big bed upstairs
Parking isn't a problem either. Love how spacey the room is for the price you pay.Recommended for:
- Alexis Park All Suite ResortMember ofTrendstersLocal CultureBudget Travelers+ 4Dec 08, 2012
It was alright. The rooms were clean and roomy but def not a party hotel. Pretty quiet if you want rest but definitely not a go to hotel for a debaucherous weekend. If you wanna have fun you have to drive to the strip.
- Alexis Park All Suite ResortJul 20, 2014
Though these suites are all fairly budget, they're impressive. Don't expect a Venetian penthouse, but for a long stay or even a short stay with several friends on a budget, Alexis is perfect. You can easily fit 6-8 people in one room between the two queen beds and the living room couch...or even more if people throw sleeping bags on the floor. It's nice to have a kitchen with a pretty big fridge, and the bathroom is separated so people can get ready/shower at the same time.Recommended for:
- Alexis Park All Suite ResortAmbassadorMember ofLocal CultureStudentsBackpackersAdventure TravelersJan 16, 2014
I expected something different when I heard my friend booked a suite at this all-suite resort, so when we arrived at what looked like a higher level motel, I wasn't impressed. I'm glad to say, however, that my initial disappointment was short-lived. The living and kitchen area was rather large, with plenty of room to sleep even more than the four who could fit on the queen beds in the bedroom, and the fridge was large enough for the ridiculous amount of alcohol we brought. The shower was large and nicely designed, but the water pressure was poor - and with long hair, it took me a good 20 minutes to fully rinse. Still, having a separate bedroom turned out to be a blessing since our next hotel's "suite" was simply a larger-than-normal room with no separated living area. It's not a party hotel by any means, though, so it's a good option if you just want a quiet retreat from the strip (which is within walking distance).Recommended for:
- Alexis Park All Suite ResortJul 05, 2012
This is a big property a mile off the Strip and across the street from the Hard Rock Hotel. Just off the vanilla-scented lobby are a gift shop and the hotel restaurant overlooking one of the pools (there are three, so they don’t get too crowded). The rooms all have outside entryways. The suite had a separate bedroom with a king-sized bed and fireplace, a bathroom with a big, oval-shaped tub, and a large sitting room with a full-size couch, easy chair and coffee table. The free shuttle service to the Strip gives you the best of both worlds—easy access to the Strip with the luxury of leaving it for peace and quiet. The gardens and courtyards are lovely, and even have a wedding gazebo.Recommended for:
- Alexis Park All Suite ResortMember ofBudget TravelersFoodiesNightlife LoversFirst to ReviewJul 05, 2012
Booked this as an HQ for CES. We were lucky enough to get one of their recently updated rooms. Not too many people stayed here during the event, so parking was always available. Plus, it's half a block away from The Strip, so getting around wasn't a problem. However, we didn't get to take advantage the shuttle for CES here, because we just couldn't make the cut-off time on their schedule. As for the room, the beds seemed a bit small, the bedroom could use some brighter lighting, and it would have been nice if the kitchen had at least a microwave in addition to the sink and coffee maker. Other than that, no other downsides about the place. I hope they can work their way up with the improvements.
- Business Center
- Fitness Center
- Room Service
- Free Parking
- Swimming Pool
- Pets Allowed
Mediocre2024 reviews across the web.
- Guests think this is a family-friendly hotel.
- Guests recommend this hotel for business travelers.
- PriceExcellent value for money, said 99%.
- LocationGreat parking, according to 87%.
- Service62% said the reception staff was ok.
- Food59% found the breakfast to be acceptable.
- HotelHotel is nice enough.
- GroundsPleasant grounds.