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Las Vegas Hilton>>> LVH>>> Westgate Las Vegas Resort Casino

Discussion in 'Off-Strip Hotels & Casinos' started by tatterdema, Jul 20, 2014.

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  1. tatterdema

    tatterdema VIP Whale

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    I knew Westgate bought out LVH, but didn't expect the name change so quickly. It has been changed on pretty much all the OTA's, but still has the same web address (thelvh.com) with a new redesigned page. I think the rates have gone up drastically too. At least I don't remember them being so high during the week. Westgate's main website is still not listing it though. Still the awful $18+ resort fee (doesn't even include a bottle of water) too. Will be interesting to see what happens to this property. It will take a LOT of money and time to bring the quality of the rooms up.

    A bit of information I found on their website that I had never heard before, and have no idea if true or not is: "Las Vegas NV hotel policy allows a maximum of four guests per room".
     
  2. tringlomane

    tringlomane STP Addicted Beer Snob

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    When I google "4 guests per room" many LV hotels show up stating this policy on google. It may not be a Las Vegas regulation, but it's definitely a Las Vegas standard.
     
  3. GeorgeJ.

    GeorgeJ. Low-Roller

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    They must not want to waste a buck at Westgate...I just got a LVH mailer yesterday (rather than it being a Westgate mailer)...
     
  4. sporty8705

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    I still get the LVH offers, but the inside is now changed a bit. The logo is all Westgate now. They moved the giftshop to the middle of the lobby, took out the slots area that used to be the Spacequest bar, etc and they all have Westgate greeters in the lobby and the players club is still LVH. But not worth the resort fee per day and the wifi never worked.. and the credit card i booked my room on that they did not ask for at check in and i didn't have that card in vegas anyways, was charged 300 bucks, so they had to go hunt in my "profile"" and charged the damn card. it was all paid off in cash, and no one ever asked did i want to put it on a credit card before i produced the cash, very shady, then had random 2 dollar charges from them too
     
  5. justmare

    justmare High-Roller

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    I just got an offer from them. I haven't been there in years and just stopped in one day in June to pick up Raiding the Rock Vault tickets. When I saw the dollar progressive DDB was over $6600 I sat down and played for a while. It was a bloodbath -- only $8300 coin in and lost $1900. This is the resulting offer (nowhere does it say anything about a resort fee):

    Dear Mary, As you may have heard, on July 1 the LVH - Las Vegas Hotel & Casino became part of the Westgate Resorts family! Over the next few months, the casino will be called LVH Casino at Westgate Las Vegas Resort as we tradition to Westgate Las Vegas Resort & Casino. We look forward to seeing yo soon and sharing the exciting improvements to the property over the upcoming months!

    Just in time for the season, we have a cornucopia of special offers just for you!

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  6. scottydoog

    scottydoog Low-Roller

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    I,m usually RFB here, will be interesting to see if things are still the same comp-wise, I'm planning a trip for late Oct, will be contacting my host in a few weeks once I get my flights booked
     
  7. chef

    chef Resident Buffetologist

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    I'm booked for mid Sept weekend with old LVH player rates. The LVH and Hilton before it served me well with weekend prices compared to other casinos. Hope that doesn't change.
     
  8. Gofaster87

    Gofaster87 Low-Roller

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    That's a pretty good offer with only $8300 coin in. What was the pay schedule of the DDB progressive you were playing?
     
  9. justmare

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    I honestly don't remember. I just saw that the progressive was over $6600 and decided to play. I'm pretty sure it was bad, though.
     
  10. tatterdema

    tatterdema VIP Whale

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    I just got an offer from them. Worked out to $89 a night, with a 2/1 buffet thrown in, for weekdays in a standard room. Add to that the ridiculous resort fee, and it makes me think they are on crack.
     
  11. sporty8705

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    I think i got a mailer for next year with like 20-30 dollar per night room rates, but with the resort fee being over 20 bucks now, i may just bite the bullet and go else where
     
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