Renaissance Las Vegas Hotel

Address: 3400 Paradise Road, Las Vegas, Nevada, 89169, United States | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located in the Paradise area of Las Vegas, is near Las Vegas Convention Center, Princess Wedding Chapel, World's Greatest Magic Show, and Greek Isles Hotel & Casino Star Theatre.
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      Historical Traveler Reviews Renaissance Las Vegas Hotel

      New Renaissance is Beautiful!


      Stayed at the new Renaissance hotel right next door to the Convention Center. Conveniently located to the monorail which is a great way to get around. The hotel is beautiful and the staff were friendly and helpful.

      A classy jewel - and quiet, too!


      After years of staying in the big, noisy casino hotels (fun, yes, but exhausting) there is a new place in town that has a totally different feel to it. You can tell when you walk in the door: it has a serenity about it you just don't find often in Las Vegas. As quiet as it is you can also feel a positive energy with the staff, the decor, the restaurant - it's unique and well done. The beds are very comfy and the food is great, and you can be on the Strip in no time. It's my new favorite hotel!

      Awesome Renaissance


      I stayed at the Las Vegas Renaissance over a week. The HD tv's in the rooms are an excellent touch, even though most people don't stay in their rooms that much in Vegas. The bathrooms are very classy, nice touch. The rooms feature a very large work desk for business people possibly attending the Convention Center that is just a stones through next door. The food is great too, the Envy restaurant offers a great selection that tastes even better.

      Great location for New Rennaissance


      This new hotel is literally right next to the Vegas Convention Center. Closer than any other hotel ;you can walk just a few hundred yards to the entrance or the Monorail station.

      Beautiful big rooms with flat screen TV and everything is brand new.

      Only a couple blocks from the strip

      Finest Hotel in Vegas


      If you want to stay at a luxury hotel in Vegas this is the place. From the service, restaurant and incredible rooms this hotel is first class. It is convienent if you are in vegas for a conference or want to cruise the strip. The new rail shuttle is right next door and can take you anywhere you want to go. Our family does not like staying in the large casino hotels, but there was not a choice until now. We loved the hotel and plan on returning every year for our vacation. I am also going to book our next company conference at this hotel. I would suggest upgrading to the concierge level, the loung is unbelievable, the view, food and ammenities where far beyond my expectations.

      Another must is to visit the wine rooms.

      Eclectic Elegance


      Stayed at the New Las Vegas Renaissance next to the convention center. What an amazng hotel, exquisite furnishings, great restaurant, intimate cocktail lounge...who could ask for more!!


      New Las Vegas Renaissance is wonderful!


      The new Renaissance Las Vegas service and staff are wonderful! The rooms are fresh and clean with breath taking views of the city. The food in the steak house Envy was fantastic, guest amenities include a flat screen TV in your room! This is the best value and the most comfortable stay in Vegas!

      From a Vegas First Timer - I Loved the Renaissance


      My husband and I spent New Year's Eve and New Year's Day 2005 at the Marriott Renaissance after two nights at the Bellagio. I wrote a review of the Bellagio in that section. It was a nice hotel with a great location, but very overpriced. The Marriott was great, with a great price to boot. The hotel just opened in Dec 04. We got a room with a great golf course, strip, and mountain views. Yes, golf course. The new Wynn resort is directly in front of the Marriott and the golf course is between the two hotels. It was great looking out at the green in the middle of the desert. We were celebrating our anniversary and they delivered wine and cheese to the room in celebration of our day. How sweet! Everyone there seemed just happy to be there! From the valets to the check-in agents -- just awesome service and truly friendly hospitality. The room was about the same size as the Bellagio, but included a coffee maker and starbucks coffee that was refilled daily. Separate shower and tub, ceramic tile, plenty of good lighting, comfy bedding, usable refrigerator, safe, and HBO. The hotel was next to the new monorail, but we couldn't hear any noise from it. We used it New Year's Eve to go to the strip. We walked back (about a mile from Bellagio). The food on the menu was your basic overpriced hotel fare, so we didn't bother eating there. The pool was unimpressive and small. No spa. I don't know if there was a gym. Water pressure was low and water quality poor. For $122 a night, I can't complain that much! If you are there for a convention or want a nice room at a great price, Marriott Renaissance is the place to stay. If you want a quality hotel with a convent location - Bellagio is just good marketing - try the Venetian or Ceasars Palace.

      Convention Heaven in Las Vegas!


      Finally, a Hotel built in Las Vegas that is ideal to conventioneers! Located adjacent to the Las Vegas Convention Center and within walking distance -- yet close enough to access the nearby strip by monorail or a cheap cab ride. This property is trendy, does not have the smoke and chaos of a typical Las Vegas Hotel. Great place to be if entertaining customers attending a convention. This property is new and is going to do really well.

      First person to stay in my room!


      I was the first guest to stay in my room at the LV Renaissance!Nice place,stylish while not austere, great barhrooms,flat screen TVs.

      Restaurant(empty)is WAYYYYY overpriced-it will do expense account buisness,but might as well close on the weekends.

      Pool is small,and in the center of the hotel-you might feel like a goldfish in a fishbowl.

      No Casino which is fine by me.

      Parking(valet)is free

      Located right nextdoor to the convention center so I am sure it will be quite busy during conventions.Monorail is one block away-make sure you request a high floor or you might have folks riding the monorail looking into your room!

      TripAdvisor Reviews Renaissance Las Vegas Hotel

      4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

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