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Tropicana Las Vegas – A Doubletree by Hilton

3801 S. Las Vegas Blvd.
Las Vegas, NV 89109
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Rated 3.9 out of 5 by 239 reviewers.
Rated 3 out of 5 by Ok Convenient location for us and nice clean rooms but a long walk to room each time from lobby. Casino was small but ok but not many people working floor and was not offered drinks very often or quickly. Mostly went over it NY NY and MGM as their casinos are far more exciting as they are much larger casinos and hotels. Real problem with this hotel is the fact that the wifi situation is a joke and want you to pay $9.99/day for high speed wifi. I asked what te$20.00/day hotel fee was for and got no answer. Why in earth would a hotel in Vegas not be offering free wifi as we stayed at MGM the year before and they had it there. For this reason alone I would not stay at the Tropicana again. Making millions if dollars a day and want more for wifi. Comon man!! April 13, 2014
Rated 2 out of 5 by Make sure you stay in the right tower and no bathroom tub looks nice My first night I was in the club tower. If you like being far away from it all (and if you go to Vegas you usually don't) stay in this tower. It's quite a trek to get to it. The view was terrible and of the airport. In the room the "spa" tub felt dirty (and by felt I mean needed a good scrub cause there's no way I would've used it). The rain shower head was low, bent up, and about a good inch coming out of the wall (the plate that is supposed to cover the hole where it comes out of the wall). My friends booked a double queen room and when they checked in were given a one bed king room and were told they were completely booked and that was the only room available that night and were given absolutely no compensation (no meal credit, no nothing). Their room was in the bungalows. A little bit of a walk, key card access to enter, only three stories high. Again not a good view and their balcony was not usable (not actually accessible). Only room I saw with all tile and shower (no tub and given the tubs I saw here this is a good thing). The next day we asked to be moved to the paradise tower. This is a better location. Right off the casino. Room had a better view and room was a little nicer. Bathroom was a little bigger as well. No more spa tub. Tub hand chunks missing and the part where soap goes was completely peeling apart. I do not know what they attempted to coat the shower with to make it look better, but it was coming off and looked terrible. If you're going to remodel, it would be my recommendation to them to spend the initial money and do it right the first time. I wouldn't stay here again. I've stayed at other cheaper hotels on the strip, and thought I'd spend more this time. It was not worth it. Guess next time I go to Vegas, I go to where I've been before or spend even more to stay somewhere actually nice. And now that I see I can upload photos I wish I had taken some to show cause the showers were that bad. March 25, 2014
Rated 1 out of 5 by Horrendous check in. Long wait, lousy service !! After travelling all day and getting in very late, you would like to be greeted promptly and in a friendly manner. Forget about the Tropicana. Long line, only one employee, it's midnight (3:00 a.m. EST) and the employee is slower than molasses and doesn't have a knack for customer service !! Very poor management to encounter such a situation. I won't be returning. March 5, 2014
Rated 1 out of 5 by Poor front desk service I did not hear once "welcome to Tropicana" and Alex the bell guy was rude. The only person that was friendly is Kimberlee when we checked in. February 25, 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by Fresh! Family of 5 with three teens, stayed in two adjoining rooms in the Paradise Tower (the close one). I have zero complaints about the hotel. The only thing I'd point out is that the bathrooms, while beautiful with tile, etc. have shower/bathtubs vs. walk-in showers that other places might have. Make no mistake: in this tower, the rooms are large, bathrooms are large, and it is all very funky and fresh. The maid service was excellent. Mattresses comfy. Nice TV's. If you spend most of your time in the southern end of the strip, this is a good place. We found ourselves walking a bit too much, but access to many great hotels and casinos was no problem (especially for the teens). The casino is on the small side, but the Sports Book looks brand new and has amazing huge HUGE screens. It will start making top 10 lists this year I bet. January 6, 2014
Rated 2 out of 5 by Could not get past the smell! Well, I almost left without checking in. There is an overwhelming chemical smell throughout the lobby and casino. Smells like bug spray mixed with room freshener. My boyfriend convinced me to wait and see what the room smelled like. Well, he was correct. Once we walked 1/2 mile to the elevators and went up 10 floors, the smell was less noticeable and when entering the room was entirely absent.Could not gamble or eat in hotel due to smell. The room was nice but did not have a coffee maker, microwave or fridge. Very soundproof rooms. Good bed and good sleep. Large tubs but not jetted. Shower valve was broken and had to make 2 calls to maintenance and wait 1.5hrs for repair. Pools and hot tub closed for the season but saw many other hotels with open pools and spas. Unless they were giving away the rooms would not stay here again. January 6, 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by good clean rooms at a reasonable cost really enjoyed our stay. Our room was very clean & in good repair. We stayed in the Paradise Tower. Only negative remark is that the food court isn't open for breakfast--beyond Starbucks. Did not use the casino or pool, but both seemed spacious & clean. January 4, 2014
Rated 3 out of 5 by A good stay at an average hotel Customer service was very good and made up for the average rooms. The hotel description for us didn't match the product. It did provide a good base to go and explore vegas but was slightly overpriced for this necessity. The staff in the casino were excellent, however, the atmosphere was poor and lacked a hip/ stylish vibe. The hotel could benefit from more attractions such as hip/cool/ stylish shops which I think would attract more people. The write up says in walking distance but be prepared this is a good 30/40 minute walk. December 30, 2013
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The pool will likely be closed at this point. Pools usually close around October once the weather changes.
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They closed on October 13th
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They are all white and say "Tropicana" at base of screen.......................if possible Model # also....... Best flat screen we have ever seen.

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We do not know the TV models they have at the Tropicana. We would suggest contacting the hotel directly at 1.800.GO2.TROP.
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