Club de Soleil All-Suite Resort
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Historical Traveler Reviews Club de Soleil All-Suite Resort Las Vegas
I loved it, the wife thought it could have been better. Its a luxury suite with all the bells and whistles. It has a balcony, fireplace, entertainment center, sleeper sofa, coffee table, easy chair, dinig room, full kitchen w/ dishes, pans, blender, coffee pot, microwave, fridge w/ice maker, dishwasher, gas stove, garbage disposal, washer and dryer, ironing board and iron, whirlpool tub, double vanity, nice showerhead, lots and lots of hot water. A huge comfy bed with large TV and separate phone in the bedroom.
The studo unit side was markedly less luxurious, sporting a tiny sink, tiny microwave, tiny fridge and tiny coffee pot. The showerhead was a cheapy. The bed was still wonderful as was the TV. The walls held back little or no noise. Housekeeping woke us up a few times, as did the neighbors. We stayed on an extra three days in the studio after a week of having both units opened up as one. It was a definite letdown. On the upside they gave us a great rate of $49 a night. Try finding a room in Vegas on a Saturday night for that! Another vacation in relative paradise. We rented a car for ten days from Thrifty for $156. We visited Hoover Dam, Boulder City, Valley of Fire, Red Rock Canyon, and Mt Charleston. I was very pleased.
My fiancee' and I took a trip to Vegas, and chose Club Soleil for our visit. What a beautiful hotel! We had a standard hotel room, but requested an upgrade as soon as we checked in. We had our upgrade the very next day. They even sent someone to assist us in moving into our new room. We had everything in our room that you could ask for... A balcony with a nice table and chair setting, a jacuzzi bath, large bathroom, large bedroom, with a beautiful view, washer, dryer, and full kitchen with everything we needed. Housekeeping washed all of our dishes in the dishwasher, and re-stocked the room so nicely. The pool and hot tub was very close to our room, and were kept very clean. The only downsides for this hotel were the $100 deposit that we hadn't been made aware of until we checked in, and also there was no airport shuttle, so we had to take a taxi. Lastly, the shuttle only runs until 11:20, so if you plan on being on the strip any later than that, you'd either have to take a taxi, or maybe even walk... However, overall, a wonderful experience!
Our second home
4 years ago we bought into Club De Soleil as it is a time share. We have never regreted doing that. We just love having a place in Las Vegas, sure like the idea of not having to drive everywhere to get around, once you get on to the shuttle schedules, your can go about anywhere you want.
This was one of the nicest places that we've ever stayed at. The people were right on top of everything. Shuttle service was very prompt and it was nice get a ride back late at night! Loved it! We will definately be back
Fun for the whole Fam!
I'm only 18 years old and i thought that a family trip to vegas would be absoulutely terrible! Boy was i wrong, Our room was absoulutley beautiful, we had 2 kitchens, 2 king size beds and a qeen size bed! We had 3 tv's so we could always watch what we wanted too. me and my little brother and sister could go down to the pool anytime we wanted because it was open 24 hours! Even though we wern;t on the stip, it was only a short drive away! Las Vegas has the best shopping! Some really great outlet malls, and the ceasers forum shops are a deffinent must!!
i loved my trip to Las Vegas i had an absoulute blast, and i'm not even old enough to do any gambling, or go to any clubs!
Just as good the second time around
I was surprised at how major changes took place in Las Vegas with in a year's time yet some things remained the same. I happy to see much hasn't change with Club de Soleil. The only problem that I can report was the hot water heater pilot went out, but the maintenence workers came within 20 mins of the call and fixed the problem. I saw a previous review about the shuttle service. Since last year the shuttle service has greatly improved and offers more destinations. It offered a one night trip to downtown(Freemont Street) during a week night, and it operates later hours than before. The pick up times were reasonable.
The pick up times (depending on where your being pick up from ) range from 15-45min after the hour and was never late. It is just a matter of arranging your touring time around a shuttle pick up. If you don't feel like waiting for a pick up simply pay the $10-15 cab ride back to the resort or be an adventurer and take the public transportation for $1.50, the resort is on a bus transit line. The shuttle ride to the strip takes anywhere from 15-30min depending on the volume of people going to the strip and the traffic(the resort has 3 pick up locations to transport guest to the strip). I was able to use the pool and spa this visit and it was very nice. It is open 24 hours (all you need to have is your room key to gain access). Again the vist was really nice.
The only change I would like to see (but it's not a major problem) is the handling of sales presentations and the visitors touring the property.
Great place to stay, especially if you dont like staying ON the strip
I love this place. We stay there every year & this year is no exception (in fact i found this review site doing a search for the phone number for club de soleil, im currently packing to go there tomorrow). very clean, attentive staff, close to shopping other than on the strip (such as grocery stores & the like). Personally, i cant stand staying ON the strip... too many lights & im not an extreamly big gambler. but i would highly recommend renting a car rather than using the shuttle service or taxi's, especially if you plan on going down to freemont street or in that general direction.
Upon our arrival, we shuttled off to the strip (long drive), and we
were stuck in a van with 12 other people (van seats about 10
comfortably). Upon our return to the Soleil, we found ourselves
confronted with the salesstaff having a party in the room next to ours.
The paperthin walls made this very uncomfortable as the noise and smoke
(it was a non-smoking building) just funneled into our room. Not
wanting to be party poopers we dressed and went out for dinner, so as
to let the partying salespeople have their fun. Upon our return(4 hours
later), we were mortified to find that the party had intensified. We
called the lobby and discretely asked for another room. We were told
there was nothing available. The lobby contacted the partying
salespeople via phone and asked them to quiet down. Upon this
happening, the salespeople started harrassing us with loud comments.
After several calls to the desk(this was a long travel day too) we were
still met with the response of no room available. By the tenth call to
the desk and an intensifying party, we informed the frontdesk that we
would be sleeping in the lobby as it would be much quieter(it was). 20
minutes after arriving in the lobby, they magically found us another
room. Any longer and we would have just found a room on the strip.
Shuttling back and forth is a big pain. One journey found us picked up by the shuttle service at New York, New York...an hour later we arrived at Club de Soleil. (By Taxi, it takes about 10 minutes...be sure you want to spend that much money constantly travelling to and from the strip, or learn a lot of patience with shuttling.)
Overall, Las Vegas has always been a favorite . This trip was going to be a relaxing getaway, enjoying the luxuries of a resort, so we thought. We were never more glad to have a trip come to an end. (We had the option of staying longer, but decided to come back early).
My husband and I stayed at the Club de Soleil recently (June 2003). We stayed in a one-bedroomed condo overlooking the pool: king-size bed, jacuzzi bath, sitting room with fireplace (although that wasn't needed at 115 degree temperatures) and a full kitchen. The units were beautiful and clean and had everything you needed. Front desk staff and concierge staff very helpful. Away from "the Strip" but resort provided free shuttle bus on the hour into Las Vegas (stopping at certain hotels) - picked up on request also. Would highly recommend.
My boyfriend and I stayed here this past March and we loved it.The resort was fairly new and was very clean and the grounds were well kept. The pool area was beautiful. There were palm trees surrounding the pool which was heated and there was also a hot tub in the pool area. My boyfriend really liked the gas BBQs down by the pool that were available to guests. There is a fitness room at the resort which is fine for a light workout with free weights or a walk on the treadmill, but didn't have any modern machines.Our room had a king-sized bed, a fridge, microwave, kitchen sink and some cooking utensils. The room and bathroom were very clean and the balcony overlooked the pool area. There was a grocery store just up the street which made it very easy to grab a few quick things.Voice mail messages were left for us informing us of any upcoming events at the hotel we may be interested in and the front desk staff was friendly and more than ready to help with any questions we had.We would definitely go back here again and would recommend it to everyone.
TripAdvisor Reviews Club de Soleil All-Suite Resort Las Vegas
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