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TravelPod Member ReviewsAlexis Park Resort Las Vegas
We chose this resort because a deal came up on Groupon - and it was well worth it! This is a great place for families with plenty of space in the suites (we stayed in a crown loft), but our room was more than satisfactory, I belive had recently been renovated? Everything was clean and looked great - wouldn't have guessed this from outside the building, as they're pretty plain-looking, but we were happy with our stay.
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a large double at that... bathroom, kitchen, living area and TV.... bliss and all for $25 a night!!!
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Historical Traveler Reviews Alexis Park Resort Las Vegas
If you want service, go elsewhere
Easily the most disappointing hotel we've ever stayed in. We've gotten better service at cheap motels. The front desk personel were rude (both at check in and at check out), the room was not as reserved, the valet were too busy blowing whistles loudly and continuously to pay any attention to us at all. If there were bellhops, they must have been on break, as we did not see any, nor were we offered their services. The room smelled strongly of some sort of cleanser, but was otherwise about what one might expect from a $40 a night motel (except for the bathroom, which was clean, and nicely appointed, though furnished with cheap soap). The lobby is gorgeous. Don't be fooled.
Stayed here 11/02 and was not impressed at all. The carpets were filty as was the rest of the facilities. They were in the process of remodeling and the racket started early. Needs some major work.
Lost luggage at hotel bell boys.
They lost my girlfriends travel bag and have not done anything about it, i have pictures to prove what they did to us. i have claim tickets that was on the travel bag, fortunately she only had about $4500.00 worth of stuff. I would not recommend this hotell to anybody.
A Good Value
Having stayed at the Bellagio and Bally's many times, we were looking to try something different. We found Alexis park nice, the pools were excelent and it was very quiet (except for the airplanes landing) most of the time. The rooms could be cleaner and they need to get some fitted sheets for the beds and some better cable TV. For the price I would consider staying there again but consider that it is off the strip and you will need a rental car or alot of taxi rides.
Convenient location / Relatively Inexpensive
My girlfriend and I stayed at the Alexis Resort from Dec. 27 - Jan. 2, 2003 for ~$1000. We were having a hard time finding a reasonable priced hotel on our last minute New Years trip to Vegas. Relatively speaking, the price was good compared to hotels on the strip. Overall, we enjoyed our stay.
- location, close to the airport, right across from Hard Rock Casino, we even walked to the Venetian for New Years (~10 minutes to strip)
- convenient parking right outside of room (note: this is not like a hotel on the strip with a parking garage, you literally park right next to your room)
- room service was quick
- check in/out process
- there is a small fridge in the room (note: not filled)
- not sure I would call this a "four star resort"
- the AC/heater machines (two in the room) made a tremendous amount of noise and racket
- the bathtub did not drain well, I called the front desk and they said that it would be taken care of, it was not resolved during our stay
- exterior walls were being worked on during our stay, not informed about this when checking in
- none of the coke machines worked
Fancy Red Roof
My wife and I stayed at the Alexis in Dec of 2002. I reserved a room with a king size bed but when we arrived they put us in a room with a queen. We asked for another room but the best they could do was a room with two queens.
The hotel is older and you tell the maintenance is a little lacking. The room had a fireplace but it didn't work. (It was in the 50's and dropping into the 30's at night when we were there, so yes it would have been nice to have a working fireplace) The air conditioning/heater units are old and are quite noisy.
You are a few blocks from the strip about a 20/25 minute walk. Yes the Hard Rock runs a shuttle but it only operates at the top of the hour and shuttle service stops at 7PM.
The Alexis is just "OK", it reminds me of a Red Roof with a little bit more room and a mini bar (which wasn't stocked in our room).
For what it's worth this was our 6th trip to Vegas and we thought we would try something different. The Alexis looked on the web like a great deal and the rate we couldn't pass on. We won't be back to the Alexis, paying the extra bucks to stay on the strip is worth it.
Will not honor your reservation
Would not recommend this place to anyone. I had a special weekend planned for my wife and I. I checked and double checked my reservation and was assured I had a suite reserved. Upon arrival I was told that they had overbooked and my room was no longer available. Their recourse was to offer me a regular room, at what they called a special price, which was not much different from the suite price. They also offered to call the other hotels on the strip and check on availability but that was it.
Stick with the big name hotels. The last time this happened to me at the Rio, I was put up at the Bellagio with food and cab fare.
Not worth the money
On May 23rd my husband and I checked into the Alexis Park Resort for our 21st anniversary. We wanted a non-gaming hotel for this occassion. We stayed in what they label the crown level of their rooms. This room has an upstairs loft. However, the level of cleanliness was less than we have ever encounterd in a room of this price range. Although it had a jacuzzi (on the landing?) We didn't feel comfortable getting in it. I found myself wiping the walls off (really). I think if you came into this room at night and went straight to bed it would be ok. Next time we are hitting one of the hotels on the strip. Less walking and more quality. I feel like we got ripped off.
After much time spent searching and searching and searching for some reasonably priced accommodation in Vegas for the Sunday of the memorial day weekend, I came across this resort. I booked it and didn't really expect too much given the low price I was paying. Much to my surprise it was great value for money. It really is a resort with quite a few rooms and spacious reception area. The location opposite Hard Rock Cafe was convenient since the Hard Rock runs a shuttle to the strip.
The room was a suite with a small food area, seperate living area and bedroom. King size bed, bathtub and stage lighting type vanity mirror was a bonus. There were 2 pools and we saw lifeguards. The grounds are very nicely landscaped with water features.
The concierge was a little brusque but gave us the information we needed.
Would definitely stay here again.
The Alexis Park Hotel & Spa was the only hotel that would let me check in on a Saturday, so I booked it. Too, my surprise I received the best service and accommodations there than at any other hotel. I visited Las Vegas about 6 times a year and usually stay on the Strip, but, from now on Alexis Park is my spot.