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The Orleans Hotel Reviews

The Orleans
The Orleans, built in 1996, is located a mile west of the Las Vegas Strip. This hotel has a New Orleans decor and a Mardi Gras theme.

It features a broad variety of entertainment options for the whole family. Aside from offering some of the largest rooms in Las Vegas, the Orleans has a 70-lane bowling center and an 18-screen movie theatre. The hotel hosts boxing matches once a month but nightly entertainment is on hand at their Cabaret. The Orleans' showroom hosts nationally known performing acts on most nights.

The Orleans' "L-shaped" guest rooms are spacious standard rooms - larger than many of those in the premium hotels on the "Strip". These beautifully appointed rooms have a separate sitting area and are almost like small suites.

For dining and leisure, the hotel has six restaurants as well as various cafes and bars. There is a nice pool area, of course, but also a fitness center and an arcade. For gaming actions, the Orleans full-service casino has a 20-table poker room, plus a race and sports book.

For those venturing to the strip, the hotel offers a regular, complimentary shuttle.

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Would you visit this hotel again?
yes 90%  10% no

Is this hotel family friendly?
yes 90%  10% no
Based on 10 total ratings.

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  Right Balance
Lots of activities, awesome poker room. Rooms are nice, not what you'd expect for the rate and it made us wonder why we ever paid for the strip. You need a car though you can't walk to the strip. Recommended!
Greene Miller
North Stonington, CT, USA - Thursday, June 15, 2006 at 17:56:03 (PDT)
  to many friggin kids to family friendly......
most casino's on the stip are full of kids anymore but yours is with out a dought the worst..if that's what you want to cater too thats fine.but these kids are hanging in the casino 10- 12 years old. I have always been under the impresion they could walk throught the casino's but not stop. is the nevada gamming commission getting lacks on this. ??well i'am here to tell you the people there with the kids have no money to gamble..they eat hot dogs they don't eat in your nice resturants.they don't gamble and and there little darlins make a lot of noise.so i will be staying down town from now on there are kids there but not as bad.you have to remember the people who come to las vegas to get away spend a little money see a show our regulars they don't come there to be around a bunch of screaming little bastards and there goffy parents they are there to get away from that...thanks i feel better now. John
JOHN OLOAN <soddudejohn@aol.com>
grover beach, ca, USA - Thursday, April 27, 2006 at 18:33:34 (PDT)
  I stayed here on a recomendation and have stayed here ever since. Pricing is usually fair except during peak times.
Daryl
USA - Wednesday, November 16, 2005 at 15:08:37 (PST)
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Austria, CA, Portugal - Thursday, November 10, 2005 at 05:42:27 (PST)
  This was our first visit to Las Vegas and The Orleans was excellant. Super clean, large comfortable rooms, large drinks, great buffet, fabulous staff at one quarter of the price of the strip. Free shuttle to sister casinos allowed easy access to Strip. Game room, theatres and bowling alleys real positive for family fun. The poker room is close to the best in Las Vegas, I played four tournaments and a bunch of ring games, above average competition with superior game management. A Must Stay. We can't wait to go back
Bob Casey <Gahlubee949@msn.com>
Brookhaven, PA, USA - Monday, October 31, 2005 at 13:37:25 (PST)
  First time at The Orleans.
Great Value for the family. Good size rooms, Fantastic Buffet-Great Price also.
They provide a shuttle to a sister casino, which is closer to the strip. All in all, we enjoyed our stay, and recommend it to everyone.

Bill- Orlando, FL.
Bill <bill32732@yahoo.com>
Orlando, fl, USA - Sunday, June 20, 2004 at 14:59:54 (PDT)
  Not a bad place. Rooms are good sized and include a sofa/sitting area. However the sofa faces the bathroom so don't expect a nice view. The shower has a window that opens to the outside so there is plenty of light and fresh air. They are doing construction on a few hundred new rooms and construction goes on 24/7. So if you want peace and quiet, ask for a room on the other side of the building. Plenty of restaurants to choose from. Ate at the steak restaurant one night. Pretty good and prices were reasonable. Casino is your average-sized Vegas casino with plenty of machines. Cocktail waitresses wear a near-thong outfit and (most) are attractive. I didn't have a single negative experience. The only bad part is that the casino is several blocks from the strip. They do offer a free shuttle but you may find it easier to hop a cab. If you want a clean, comfortable hotel, this is a very good choice. If you want 5 star, go somewhere on the strip. Also, I booked my room through this site and had no problems. The reservation was correct and the rate was the lowest around. Even the woman at the counter commented on how good the rate was when I checked in.
Mike C.
Las Flores, CA, USA - Wednesday, May 26, 2004 at 19:51:07 (PDT)
  my wife and i stayed in this hotel last jan and will again next feb. we found it to be brilliant in all aspects.i log onto their site each night watching the room prices and when i think it is right for us,i am in like a light to book it.
would anybody out there know where i might get the best rates for this great hotel
brendan jordan
ireland - Sunday, December 07, 2003 at 13:21:51 (PST)
  What a wonderful place. Large and clean rooms for the price, esp. considering this is an off-strip casino. Great entertainment, low minimum tables, and all kinds of activity. And 10-pin bowling! How can you go wrong. Ate at every resturant (except for Al's Oyster Bar) and had excellent food and service at every place.
anon <none>
Presque Isle, ME, USA - Thursday, July 24, 2003 at 05:59:52 (PDT)
  Excellent hotel with great views of the strip or the mountains. Everybody is very curteous and always walking around with smiles. Keep up the good work. See you again in May 2003.
Michael Palmas <michaelpalmas18@hotmail.com>
ottawa, on, CANADA - Monday, March 10, 2003 at 17:01:11 (PST)
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