Embassy Suites Hotel Convention Center Las Vegas
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- Embassy Suites Hotel Convention Center Las VegasMember ofAdventure TravelersLocal CultureOutdoor Enthusiasts+ 4
If you are looking for a place that is close enough to the strip, but not directly in the middle of all the craziness then this a great place to stay. I liked that on my visit to there was ample parking, and if you;re in town on business and have to go to the convention center then this is definitely a great hotel. There is a nice continental breakfast for guest as well as made to order food. The room was clean and pretty decent, and staff was mostly friendly. This place offers shuttle service, but it only drops you off at the very end of the strip.
There is an indoor pool so you enjoy a swim in any weather condition and there is a fitness center too. The fitness center has an eliptical, treadmills, bikes, free weights, machines. So in my opinion definitely your above average fitness center that you would expect from a hotel. I was told that there is also a happy hour as well in the hotel, and I think that's nice for the guests since right in the general area there aren't too many restaurants or bars.Recommended for:
- Embassy Suites Hotel Convention Center Las VegasMember ofAdventure TravelersLocal CultureOutdoor Enthusiasts+ 2
A nice place to stay for business travelers who need non-casino accommodations. It had the usual Embassy Suites perks: complimentary breakfast and happy hour and spacious suite-style rooms with comfy Hilton quality beds. The Vegas strip is a short drive away.Recommended for:
- Embassy Suites Hotel Convention Center Las VegasMember ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsBudget Travelers+ 5
Just a few blocks off the Strip, this hotel is more for business folk or those who want a quieter stay in Vegas. They have a wonderful ambiance inside, with water fountain, greenery, and lots of glass to allow light in. They have a small business center with two computers and a printer if you need to get some printing or copying done.
Breakfast includes custom-made omelets, other hot foods, fruit, yogurt, bread, and drinks. On a busier day, finding seating can be a challenge so try to get there early. If you want to hold a business meeting or just like lots of extra space, they have special executive suites available that come with a conference room in the front, a small living room, and a bedroom in the back.Recommended for:
- Embassy Suites Hotel Convention Center Las Vegas
At this Embassy Suites there are nice little touches here and there, like the manager’s reception held each night with complimentary drinks and snacks, and the big easy chairs with reading lights around the fountain in the lobby. The suite was spacious with a separate bedroom, large desk and kitchen counter with fridge, sink and coffee maker. The bathroom had a beautiful glass shower. Interestingly, the pool is indoor and the hot tub is outdoor. It would be more refreshing to have an outdoor pool, but the hot tub is much larger than most. Meals are convenient here since a cooked breakfast is free and the open-air restaurant just off the lobby serves lunch and dinner. This place meets most travelers’ needs but ultimately lacks the excitement of nearby places.
- Embassy Suites Hotel Convention Center Las VegasMember ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsBudget Travelers+ 11
This is one of the better Embassy Suites in the chain. It is right near the Convention Center (walking distance) and a short walk to the monorail that goes to The Strip. It is on Paradise, about 2 long blocks from Las Vegas Blvd (the Strip).
The good thing is that it is a business oriented hotel with large 2 room suites at reasonable rates. In the summertime, you can get under $100, even on weekends (if there isn't a big show, which there usually isn't in the dead of summer).
The reason this is a good thing, is if you come to Las Vegas for business, the last thing you want to do is have to walk 20 minutes through a huge casino and another 20 minutes around a huge parking lot just to get to your car. That's worse if you are lugging stuff each way. Here, you just step outside and there is your car.
Now if you are just coming to Vegas for your once a year get drunk and wild party, then maybe this isn't for you. On the other hand, if you are staying for a few days and want to save some money for the casinos or shows, this is a good choice. It has free hot breakfast and free happy hour during the week, like all Embassy Suites. There is also free WiFi in your suite and throughout the Atrium..
The hotel itself is a little hard to get to off Paradise, but is nicely kept, with 12 stories, a great atrium, the signature glass elevators and greenery, a mezzanine third floor lounge, indoor pool and outdoor jacuzzi.
The rooms are 2 room suites with vanity and armoir in the bedroom with 2 doubles or a king, and the front room has a sofabed, lounge chair, table for 4, wetbar, microwave, and minifridge.The decor is simple elegance in contemporary colors, with marble tiling in the bathroom and minibar.
The lobby fountain is a soothing interplay of water jets, programmed in playful arrays, like a mini Bellagio fountain show.
If you want more money to spend on food, shows, and gambling, don't want to walk into a smokey casino every time you want to go to your car half a mile a way or take a dip in the pool, and don't mind getting free breakfast and happy hour and quick in and out to your car without walking or waiting for 20 minutes, stay here, particularly if you have a trade show to attend at the convention center, or you are on a sensible budget and been to Vegas many times before.Recommended for:
- Embassy Suites Hotel Convention Center Las VegasFirst to Review
Having stayed at various interesting downtown hotels / Sahara on the strip for CES, it was a nice change to find the Embassy Suites in Las Vegas. The location, at least for CES, was top notch and the rooms were far cleaner and less smoky smelling than at most hotels / resorts in Las Vegas.
I enjoyed the simple amenities, plush towels, nice beds, ROBES! and a good bar for a place that isn't loud and obnoxious. The staff can be rude at times, but then again its Vegas, I'm not coming here expecting top notch service since I've received similar treatment at "5 star" resorts elsewhere in Vegas.
Rates are extremely expensive nearing CES, but if you book well, well, WELL in advance, this is the place to be if you don't want to be amidst the drunken stupor that is the strip.
- Business Center
- Fitness Center
- Room Service
- Free Parking
- Swimming Pool
- Data Ports
- TV In Room
- Hair Dryer
- Air Conditioning
- In-House Bar
- Meeting Rooms
- Clothing Iron
- In-House Dining
- Wake Up Service
- Family Rooms
- Coffee & Tea Maker
Very Good!668 reviews across the web.
- Guests recommend this hotel for business travelers.
- PriceExcellent value for money, said 97%.
- Service92% found the staff to be very friendly.
- Restaurant88% found the breakfast to be wonderful.
- LocationGreat parking, according to 85%.
- Hotel81% thought it was clean.
- Hotel Building50% considered the lobby entrance to be so-so.