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Las Vegas Club Hotel Reviews

Las Vegas Club Hotel and Casino
40,000 square foot casino and sports book. Over 400 rooms and suites, three restaurants.

Overall rating:
Rooms
Service
Casino
Price
Location
Would you visit this hotel again?
yes 71%  29% no

Is this hotel family friendly?
yes 50%  50% no
Based on 14 total ratings.

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  las vegas club great
i like the las vegas club!!!!!! it is a great little casino with a lot of video poker machines... i wish they would not have taken out the other two pay the aces machines.... that one is my favorite.... great little casino and the rooms aren't bad for the price
laura
la mesa, ca, USA - Friday, November 10, 2006 at 15:14:14 (CST)
  I understand that I am middle class and not rich. I know somepeople call the LV club a dump. I dont agree, the rooms are equivalent to a very good days in or an average Comfort inn. Much better then a super 8 or 5 times better then a motel 6. The casino staff is awsome and the deals in the resturant are great. Ilove walking the strip but when I decide to play blackjack or slots its Freemont for me. Not everyone comes to Vegas to loose a thousand bucks a day. If you are like me looking for a cheap get away in a clean fairly large room. The LV club is a great choice.
Gerard Baisch <gbthecoach@hotmail.com>
Provo, UT, USA - Wednesday, April 06, 2005 at 22:19:42 (PDT)
   I Stayed at many hotels in LAS Vegas and in my opinion LAS Vegas club is one of the very best beautiful rooms very helpful staff and if you win money or not you still have a wonderful time the gaming atmosphere is great. I would recommend this hotel to anyone who has not stayed there
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vern riefle <dmlvpr@aol.com>
kirkwood, mo, USA - Wednesday, February 02, 2005 at 09:21:44 (PST)
  By far the most I've ever won at a casino. Stood by the same dollar slot for approximately 2 hours and left with over 1000 bucks in winnings! This machine, just wouldn't stop. They also have one of the most liberal blackjack games ever and minimums are ridiculously low. Dealers are friendly, waitresses come round often and the drinks are in bottles... not in plastic cups, which was nice. Don't know about the hotel... but definitely drop by and play here.
Brian
Rutherford, NJ, USA - Tuesday, April 20, 2004 at 19:45:53 (PDT)
  LVC is worth it for the $$s. Get a North tower room, they are quieter and recently remodeled. I have never payed more than $20/night, b'fast for 2 included. Next visit Aug 03. What else do you need in LV but a room, shower and cheap eats. No one says you have to play where you stay, but one would be a fool to pass up the SD BJ in the casino.
You want opulence? Don't stay downtown. You want clean,reasonable rooms at ridiculously low prices? LVC is it.

ZilWin
Merrimack, NH, USA - Sunday, July 13, 2003 at 06:18:08 (PDT)
Considering the price, this hotel is great. The rooms are big and clean. The showers have good water pressure. There are no long check-in lines. The casino has friendly dealers. The waitresses come by with drinks often. It's a great value overall. I don't understand the criticisms of downtown hotels. Of course the Venetian and Bellagio are nicer, but they also cost 10 times more. Las Vegas Club is perfectly respectable and is a great deal in my opinion.
David Hickman <beef39@yahoo.com>
Columbus, OH, USA - Thursday, October 03, 2002 at 11:15:28 (PDT)
This has been home away from home for the past 10 years. We visit Las Vegas about four times a year and stay at the "Club". Win, lose, or draw we have always enjoyed our stay at Las Vegas Club. By May 5, 02, this will be our fourth stay at the club for 2002. However, no comp of any kind to date.

We just joined the Plaza's Players "#1 Main Club" and have received comp rooms for three nights, a courmet dinner, dinner at the Chop Chop and breakfast for our next visit. To date, no comp from the Club.
Cornwal Matsusaka <aieahts@hotmail.com>
Aiea, HI, USA - Sunday, April 07, 2002 at 09:13:35 (PDT)


ME AND MY HUSBAND, AND 16 OTHER FAMILY MEMBERS SPENT THE WEEKEND OF THE 8TH , 9TH AND 10TH AT THE LAS VEGAS CLUB. THIS WAS BY FAR THE BEST TIME WE HAVE EVER HAD IN VEGAS. THE SERVICE WAS EXCELLENT! THE FOOD WAS WONDERFUL! AND THE POKER

MACHINES ACTUALLY PAY OFF! I COULDN'T LOSE! I HAVE NEVER HAD THIS MUCH LUCK IN ANY OTHER CASINO BEFORE! EVERYONE WAS SO FRIENDLY! WE STAYED IN THE SOUTH TOWER WHICH WASN'T THE NICEST PLACE WE'VE EVER STAYED. I WOULDNT RECOMMEND STAYING THERE IN THE SUMMER...THE ROOM WAS PRETTY WARM! BUT IF YOUR ONLY IN THE ROOM TO SLEEP AND SHOWER, ITS WORTH JUST BEING AT THIS CASINO! IT REALLY WAS THE BEST!


DARLENE <DARMIK29@AOL.COM>
FONTANA, CA, USA - Tuesday, February 12, 2002 at 19:01:38 (PST)


I don't believe we are low class or poor as the previous reviewer may suggest...

We certainly enjoyed ourselves here. This place had what we wanted, a friendly, non-pretentious atmosphere, and single deck BJ. Front desk had

smiles and was courteous. Room was very comfortable and clean. Restaurant

was very good for the price. Location on Fremont is pretty fun and make it

easy to cruise the other casinos. Best part of the Club was the casino,

the tables here seem to attract fun people and the dealers and pit crew had

a lot of personality. Age range is pretty diverse, but didn't see many children.

There is a strip club nearby, but the advertising is tasteful. We plan to make

the Las Vegas Club a regular stop so if you are Stuffy, Crusty, or Crabby please

pick another place.
Steve McClure <steven.s.mcclure@jpl.nasa.gov>
Pasadena, CA, USA - Monday, January 14, 2002 at 16:28:32 (PST)


This place is a real dump, as far as the places downtown go, it isn't the worst...but it's real close. Stay here if you are low class and poor.
Johm Finney
USA - Saturday, September 08, 2001 at 01:55:10 (PDT)
I will keep it short and sweet..the owners of this property should be ashamed of themselves....period.
Lou Adler
USA - Tuesday, July 03, 2001 at 01:19:57 (PDT)
Very good Hotel with great rooms, casino is Ok, if you go downtown, visit this casino, it's great
marcel nijman <marceln@usa.net>
zwolle, netherlands - Thursday, May 10, 2001 at 11:00:28 (PDT)
I've stayed in a lot of cheap hotels, but this is the worst one yet. My buddies and I go to Vegas to gamble. We just need a bed to crash in between gambling sessions. We drive from California, so the location doesn't matter. We picked this hotel because it was the cheapest one available for St. Patty's Day weekend. The room was dingy. The shower/bathtub was clogged. There was no do-not-disturb sign and they said they were all out of them. So, we were awakened every morning by the maid. The roll away bed we got for the third guy was very uncomfortable. The one good thing about this place is that the Casino has some unique rules for blackjack that are nice (if you can get a table). I wouldn't stay here again, but I might go back to the casino for blackjack.
Bart Simpson
Huntington Beach, CA, USA - Monday, March 19, 2001 at 10:21:44 (PST)
send some information bi email
samuel jimenez <eagle78147@juno.com>
fontana, ca USA - Sunday, November 19, 2000 at 14:16:51 (PST)
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