The LVH - Las Vegas Hotel and Casino, situated in Las Vegas, NV, is located 6 minutes away by car from the Las Vegas Strip, and 11 minutes away from McCarran International Airport (LAS). This hotel does not allow pets. There are 31 floors with 2,941 rooms.
Each room includes video-game consoles, air conditioning, a hair dryer, an ironing board with an iron, electronic check-out, a desk, a safe and a flat panel TV with paid movies. Wi-Fi is available for a fee.
Some rooms have an ergonomic chair, a mini-fridge, a CD/MP3 player, bathrobes/slippers, bottles of water and special club privileges. Each room will either have a king bed, or two double beds. Some rooms also have a pull-down bed.
In the LVH - Las Vegas Hotel and Casino, self-parking is free. Available on site is a poolside bar, a casino, a nightclub, restaurants, an outdoor pool, a hair salon, gift shops, shopping, tennis, a health club, a health spa, a ballroom, a snack bar, a sauna, a spa service and a hot tub. There is also a business center, meeting and conference space, a laundry service, currency exchange and concierge services.
In this hotel, there are several restaurants, cafes, clubs and bars available, as well as 24-hour room service.
The Las Vegas Convention Center is an 8-minute walk away, while the Las Vegas Country Club is within a 15-minute walk of the hotel. Interstate 15 is a 4-minute drive away. (All transportation time estimates sourced from Google Maps)
Guests who stayed at the LVH - Las Vegas Hotel and Casino mostly reported positive experiences overall.
Many guests felt that the prices were very affordable, and some guests felt that it was cheap enough that they could afford one of the higher-end rooms.
Many guests were satisfied with the amount of time it took them to reach the Las Vegas Strip. Many reviewers mentioned a nearby monorail that made their trip to the Las Vegas Strip easier.
Many guests found their rooms at this hotel to be very comfortable and clean.
Although most reviewers seemed to have positive experiences on the whole, there were some common complaints.
Many guests reported in their reviews that they incurred unexpected charges, such as resort fees or for use of a safe. They claimed they had not been notified about these fees in advance.
Some reviewers felt that some parts of the hotel were rundown. A few reviewers reported dirty rooms or rooms that were not cleaned to their satisfaction.
Some reviewers complained that their water pressure was too low, or that the water was not draining correctly.