Tropicana Las Vegas - A DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel

3801 Las Vegas Blvd South | Las Vegas, NV 89109-4325  [SEE MAP]Las Vegas, NV  [SEE ADDRESS]

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TripAdvisor Traveler Rating 3

Average stay on the strip

Jun 16th, 2019

First time in a non-Marriott property in a long time, and though I doubt the Tropicana is representative of the doubletree experience, there was a lot to be lacking. First off, it's difficult to find a hotel from the major chains on the strip (there are decent off-strip options though). The Tropicana is one of the more affordable options - though it is located on the far south of the strip (the RTC bus pass is your friend). A short 10-15 min uber from the airport, it is very convenient to get to and traffic is minimal. The check-in counter isn't too far from the passenger pick-up / drop-off, definitely one of the smaller hotels. There was a decently long line (20-30 people) when we arrived, but the HHonors line was moving quickly so be sure to sign up for the program. Check-in was quick and easy. Pro-Tip: Paradise tower is less than a minute walk, club tower is about 10 mins away. The rooms itself are not the newest, but not the oldest either. Definitely room for improvement - lots of hallway noise comes through (can hear doors opening and closing, housekeeping moving back and forth). The tub was leaky. Room size was spacious though, and so was the bathroom. Didn't have a chance to check out any of the amenities on site so no opinion there (even though everyone has the pay the $37 resort fee - HIGHWAY ROBBERY!). Finally, last issue was had to request a lake check-out, was on hold for 15 minutes trying to get to the front desk. They were able to accomodate the request - but this hotel is seriously understaffed or just not being run well. TRIPADVISOR.COM USER 

TripAdvisor Traveler Rating 1

Try another Hotel.......

Jun 15th, 2019

We booked months ago for a three night stay. Arrived late afternoon and joined the check-in queue of 12 people and one person on check ins.We had the paper documents for our booking, they had no booking for us, despite prepaid booking. We emailed travel agent and had full confirmation. This took 24hrs for the hotel to work this out, they did have a room available. The casino in the down stairs area is very large, allows gamblers to smoke. As you have to walk through all of this area, be very aware if you don't mind the smell of smoke on your clothes???? TRIPADVISOR.COM USER 

TripAdvisor Traveler Rating 4

Pleasant Stay

Jun 14th, 2019

I enjoyed a 3 night stay here this week. Great value, clean facility, casino had a very nice updated feel. Very fresh. Bungalows felt a bit dated but were clean and comfortable. Would definitely return. TRIPADVISOR.COM USER 

TripAdvisor Traveler Rating 4

The room's view was spectacular!

Jun 14th, 2019

The room was beautiful and comfortable with a spectacular view. One downside: they were filming a commercial at it's entrance and it was LOUD-ALL NIGHT! Keep me up most of the night. Would have appreciated a head's up. TRIPADVISOR.COM USER 

TripAdvisor Traveler Rating 2

Cheap... for a reason

Jun 13th, 2019

We got this hotel because it was cheap and on the strip. But beware... you get nothing extra whatsoever. We were offered an "upgrade" on arrival for $25 a night. This got us basically zero except we didn't have a view of the parking lot (wow, thanks) and we got a coffee maker (no milk, mind, just a coffee maker). There was zero introduction (we got lost in the casino on the way to our room). The breakfast buffet was expensive and poor value. The pool and outside decoration is extremely poor compared to other Vegas hotels. It feels more like Benidorm than South Beach. The casino was incredibly smoky, as was the bar, so this made us both feel ill. Smoke can be smelled in the corridors as well as cannabis. The facilities are basic, but there were a few bars - if you could stand the smoke. There was also a foodcourt that we only discovered on our last day, along with several very uninspiring restaurants. Staff were helpful enough, but hardly to be seen. The casino tables were only half-occupied (about half of them were always shut) so we didn't get to play much there. There are no transportation links except taxis - the monorail is a half hour walk away through the cavernous MGM Grand. Taxis were actually cheaper than the monorail an you don't have the arduous walk. This is a very basic hotel with does just about the bare minimum. I wouldn't really recommend it for the price. Pay a little bit more and get a much better one. TRIPADVISOR.COM USER