by Whitney Rife
Las Vegas Hilton sits just off Las Vegas Boulevard, near to but far enough away from the central energy of the Strip for a more peaceful setting. The monorail stops outside Las Vegas Hilton, making it easy to get around the area. This hotel is the largest Hilton in the world, housing rooms, suites and villas with plush bedding, plasma televisions and in-room refrigerators. One- and two-bedroom suites offer additional space to spread out, living rooms and butler kitchens. Huge villas put guests in the lap of luxury with three bedrooms, separate living and dining rooms and full kitchens. There is a restaurant for every mood and craving at the Hilton. Families can dine in casual atmospheres or enjoy a fancier meal. For fun, there are six tennis courts, a large pool with surrounding cabanas and a 25-seat Jacuzzi. The Knight Gallery displays rock & roll photography and art. The Las Vegas Country Club golf course is adjacent to the hotel. Dinner shows, Elvis impersonators, concerts and comedians perform at the hotel. Unlike most areas accommodations, families can stay at the hotel and pay no resort fees.
Our Editor Loves
- Large pool
- Huge villas with kitchens
- Monorail stop at entrance
no microwaves. i have been to la quintas and they always have a microwave. they want to charge you ten bucks to get a fork and a spoon delivered to your room. makes no sense and feels like a huge money grab when there are FAR better hotels. thank you NEXT!!!
Returned again. Room was nice.. Host Mary very nice... Cab caller Tommy is excellent.. All people very nice. all dining places also very good. Table games people also very nice. Will return in the future