Lake Las Vegas
Lake Las Vegas
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Scenic and privately owned 320-acre lake with 10 miles of shoreline.
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Misha
2 contributions
1.0 of 5 bubbles
Feb 2020 • Solo
Uber driver recommended a visit here. I was going to spend the day here, but none of the shops were open, the lake looked dreary and the residence made me feel as if I was intruding. It was a very unwelcoming environment and fell waaaaay short of expectations.
Written 10 February 2020
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Phil S
1 contribution
2.0 of 5 bubbles
Feb 2021 • Family
Ghost town. We felt like the last humans on earth. Everything around us was a gated community so you can’t go too far on foot. Most of the city never recovered from the 2010 house issue as many most stores are vacant. The only good was the location to Hoover damn and other hiking locations (valley of fire). I won’t be returning.
Written 23 February 2021
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Geo G
Draper, UT515 contributions
2.0 of 5 bubbles
Apr 2021
Nothing to do there during the week. Al al stores closed for good, casino closed for good, nobody at the lake. You are at the merci of a few restaurants. Don't know if it is true, but told the lake is filled with the treated water from the sewer districts and Vegas storm water.
Written 5 April 2021
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Captain Hook
Grimsby, UK419 contributions
2.0 of 5 bubbles
Oct 2019
Went here eight years ago in the recession and nobody's about. Went there in November and bizarrely even though the houses in the resort had increased and were clearly lived in the place was still deserted. Sad really it is such a ghost town I don't know how it survives as a resort.
Written 2 January 2020
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clemmer
Las Vegas1 contribution
5.0 of 5 bubbles
The Casino Montalago works with the Ritz Carlton to form a great new Casino with Shops,a Ritz Hotel all on the Lake Front with fantastic views. The lake is beautiful if the weather is comfortable. Overall the price is NOT cheap and the hotel is NOT close to anything other than Boulder City. The Las Vegas Strip is about 30 Minutes away. If you don't care about being close to the Las Vegas strip and want a real nice place to stay...then the Ritz Carlton is a great choice. The service, food, and amenities are all first class. Golfers will also enjoy the location as well --- the reflection bay course is located at Lake Las Vegas and is one of the best in Clark County.
Written 26 July 2004
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GoldenAgeGrandma
Roseville, CA69 contributions
1.0 of 5 bubbles
Apr 2018 • Family
We arrived at around 2:30 to check in. My neice had called Wednesday to make the arrangements for two adjoing rooms over the bridge overlooking Las Vegas lake.
The bellhops unloaded our luggage as we went to check in. The nightmare started there from rude front desk staff to rude PR people. They said our rooms were not ready which we understand as usually you can't check in until 3. Neice had ask for adjoing rooms when she had called in Wednesday. They told her call Thursday, she did everything they told her to do and each time a run around from we don't have adjoing room to you have to check in first. What happen to sure we will make sure we honor your request. It's not like we just walked off the street and demanded that.
We told Bellhop to hold our stuff as we could not check in.
We waited all most 3 1/2 hours to get into our rooms. We let them know we were not happy. The first of the PR people came over to talk to us and make excuses, and bought us a drink.
Other people who came in after us went to there rooms.
Around 4 they said our rooms were ready. Our adjoing rooms were 23 rooms apart. One overlooking the lake where you could watch the Bee Gees concert that was later and one clear on the opposite side facing the hot sun.
We did not have time to enjoy the pool area and relax after ALL the B S we got from the PR staff. Plus when we were unloading on the one of the PR guy after we were in our room, two of the PR women we standing out side the door listing. They about fell in the room when my sister opened the door. One room the AC worked in the room facing the hot sun it was not working. Before we went down to concert we called and told them. Came back 3 hours later still not fixed. Sent a nice maintenance man up and he had it fixed in 15 min.. in the other room the handles fell off when they went to turn them on for the tub. Back in our hot room the one sink stopper would not open.
It was a weekend of horrible errors. We ask for a late check out since we had lost 3 hours the day before and they said only until one. When we came back to our room to check out, the supervisor had locked us out of our room.
The PR staff sucks there, the rest of the people were wonderful.
The pool is really far away from our rooms and I have never seen or walked down such loooong hall ways. We heard other people complaining about it to. You would think they would of planned it better.
There is a lot more to the story, but will never stay there again. Can see why they only have a few stars on the reviews.
Written 30 April 2018
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anagorski
Henderson, NV882 contributions
1.0 of 5 bubbles
Apr 2018 • Couples
Unfortunately a failed lake community that never recovered fully from the real estate fall. Too remote from the strip and airport, yet not large enough to sustain businesses and restaurants long. Good place to hide out. Don’t know why the waters so dirty.
Written 9 April 2018
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Fountain Valley, CA2,278 contributions
1.0 of 5 bubbles
May 2015 • Couples
Casino closed down. Most shops closed and vacant. Had a lobster pizza joint; coffee shop; Irish pub; Mexican restaurant; and a few other places open. Had paddle boats one could rent and take out on the lake. While it looks like a ghost town it may be rounding the bend of survival. Hear the HOA fees will give you a heart attack. Really needs an open Casino to make a comeback.
Written 6 May 2015
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John9876
London2 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Visited here in early June and found that LLV was also pretty deserted. Not sure if this is due to teething problems or heat but most likely both. I stayed at the Hyatt which was very nice (the highlight being the dinner at the Japanese Sushi Restaurant - worth the trip even if staying on The Strip). I came here purely to play golf for a couple of days, on the cheap due to summer rates as even I think $200 plus for a round on these courses is obscene. For those of you interested, the back nine at The Falls is spectacular (the front nine is terribly boring), as are some of the holes at Reflection Bay.

From speaking with one of the cart girls, they are currently building a 3rd course, which will no doubt add to the attraction, but at this stage, the cost (I am travelling on GBP which eases the pain), the fact that they are determined to blast every hill into the ground to build more housing (Memo Developers: golfers hate having holes divided by McMansions) and the general Work In Progress state of the place is sure to keep LLV from developing as a popular destination for a long time. Re the development, we even saw evidence of detonations taking place that day - the forecaddie certainly said most locals had had enough of all the development.
Written 22 August 2006
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JohnnyM
Henderson, NV31 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Jul 2020
Room was very nice and clean, food couldn't be delivered but you could pick up(Covid-19 understandable, masks in effect when walking around or not in pool)- food was good but not cheap even for breakfast. Staff friendly including security at the pool gate. Pool is great except to warm- this day was very hot. $29 resort fee was my only issue- gym closed, pool, you get wifi and parking is free to all the public in garage....Again my biggest complaint is $29 resort fee- don't forget to add it in. They should just up their room rate rather than you feeling like getting nickeled and dimed.... If someone sees this- include everything in your price.
Written 15 July 2020
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