The most expensive rooms in Las Vegas, NV are those at the Westgate Las Vegas Resort and Casino (formerly the Las Vegas Hilton), which is near the Convention Center and a short walk from the Strip. Edge Steakhouse offers a taste of the world’s largest race and sports book at Dining Out Las Vegas. Enjoy Italian, Benihana, or the #1 rated restaurant on TripAdvisor, Edge Steakhouse for an international flavor.
Famous singers and shows, such as Barry Manilow and a variety of cabaret performances, complete the entertainment package. The onsite Las Vegas Monorail station allows for easy access to the rest of The Strip’s excitement.
For decades, the Sands has been a favorite of convention-goers, as it is connected to the Las Vegas Convention Center. After leaving the Hilton chain in early 2012, it was rebranded as LVH or Las Vegas Hotel & Casino. The rooms are basic, but they have spectacular views since the property is located east of the Strip. The majority of suites are inspired by iconic locations such as Vienna and the Bahamas, while others focus on themes like the desert or Hollywood. Tempo, a lively bar on the ground level. Furthermore, live cooking action at the world’s largest Benihana restaurant may help to recapture some of the excitement that was lost when Barry Manilow departed. A huge sportsbook appears to be capable of handling every wager in the galaxy.
Enjoy a stay at Westgate Las Vegas Resort and Casino that is unrivaled! You’ll appreciate big and luxurious rooms as well as a variety of services including onsite dining, shopping, entertainment, and excellent gaming choices. It’s just a short walk from the world-famous Strip.
The hotel has over 3,000 rooms, with varying levels of luxury. Regardless, you’ll be pampered with top-notch service and facilities that include Strip views or the Las Vegas Country Club Golf Course.
The excitement of high-stakes action in a world-famous casino is enhanced with 95,000 square feet of gaming and the world’s largest Race & Sports Book in Las Vegas, which has over 350 seats, 28 huge screens, and one enormous 15′ X 20′ HD screen.
More than a dozen restaurants are available for onsite dining. You’ll find something to your likings, such as Fresco Italiano, Edge Steakhouse, Fresh Buffet, Sid’s Cafe & Rikki Tiki Sushi, and other options.
Westgate Resort & Casino is located a short walk from the Las Vegas Strip. The Monorail serves it well, allowing you to get right downtown. There are several shows, clubs, stores, restaurants, casinos, and attractions in the area.