My wife, her parents, and I stayed at the Grandview from 5/16/09 to 5/23/09. We used our timeshare exchange through RCI. We stayed in the Sage building rooms 1103 A & B. This building had easy access to the pool and lobby.
Check-in was seamless and we were able to check-in a few hours early. The Grandview personnel do try to get you to go on a 90 minutes timeshare tour. They offered us a $100.00 comp at the Southpoint casino. When we told them "no" they then offered us $100.00 cash. My wife and I turned them down because our vacation time is more valuable then any timeshare tour for a $100.00.
Our units were very roomy and well stocked with household necessities. There were a few issues with unit 1103A the room safe would not open, the toilet overflowed, and the remote did not work the bedroom TV. We called maintenance and security and they responded in less than 10 minutes. Security opened the safe and maintenance unclogged the toilet and replaced the TV in the bedroom. To me this was great service. The rooms also had a great view of the strip at night. My in-laws enjoyed the whirlpool tub in the room. I have read some other reviews about noise from the tubs at night we did not have this problem, but you could hear people in the hallways at any given time. The only other problem was the sofa in 1103 A needs to be replaced. The cushions are falling into the pull out bed underneath.
The pools were nice just like the resort pictures with the waterfalls. We did think the pools were cold in the early afternoons, but they did seem to warm up around 3 PM. The hot tub by the pool was pleasant and relaxing.
We ate our breakfast and lunch in the condo. We would walk to the Southpoint Casino for our dinner. The casino has about five restaurants. The buffet was reasonable, and on Wednesday night it was prime rib and Friday night was crab legs (wife loves them).
We did rent a car to be able to go to the strip at night. The resort does offer a shuttle to the strip but we like being able to come and go as we pleased. This was the first time for my wife in Las Vegas. So we took in all the free shows such as the pirates at TI, the volcano at the Mirage, Fremont Street light show, the talking statues at Caesars, and the fountains at the Bellagio
We stuck to our plan to go to the pool during the day and do the strip at night for entertainment and gambling. We all had a great time. The resort worked well for us and our plans.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Vacationing at The Grandview at Las Vegas Resort affords you and your family the ultimate in entertainment. Situated less than six miles from the Las Vegas Strip. The Grandview at Las Vegas Resort accommodations are 1,600 square feet of combined living space featuring a common foyer with separate controlled access for each suite. The spacious one- and two-bedroom accommodations are designed for the guest's maximum comfort. Kitchen, living room and dining room in each suite are integrated for entertaining and enjoyment. Designated suites meet Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) requirements. ... more less
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