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Reviewed 11 June 2014

I found this gem of a property almost by accident. My daughter moved to North Las Vegas and, not wanting to impose on her with my regular visits, I sought a nice hotel nearby. After a couple of hits and misses, I settled on this one.
It's a first class facility with comfortable, clean rooms, an excellent staff, and pricing 'to die for.' It also is, as with many of the higher end Las Vegas hotels, almost completely self-contained. This means that you can enjoy a live jazz concert, catch the latest movies, dine from burgers to steak, and, of course, gamble without leaving the building. Recently, they unveiled a comprehensive spa package, but I have not experienced it yet.

Room Tip: Calling two weeks in advance seems to assure the room of choice, though great rooms are sometimes available with one day's notice. It's easy to pre-check online. Reserving online is not yet available.
  • Stayed: June 2014, travelled as a couple
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Thank KatoCooks
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Reviewed 6 June 2014

Our plan was to stay off the strip. But not this far off the strip! One advertisement for the hotel stated it was "9 miles from the strip" - meaning, as the crow flies.

Imagine our surprise when we were stuck with a 90 dollar cab fare for the 21 miles to get to the hotel. We had intended to use taxis to get everywhere we needed to, but had no idea how far this place was. When we brought up the ad to the manager, she was unapologetic, saying that it did describe the hotel and it wasn't misleading. Very frustrating! We wound up renting a car; at that time, we were informed by the rental agency that we were the 5th people that week who had been misled by ads and were forced to rent a car. Luckily, Vegas is pretty easy to get around in, so long as you have a navigation device.

The room itself was, on the exterior, nice. But further exploration yielded some interesting quirks; multiple items that weren't plugged in (phones, clock radios, lamps), missing light bulbs, weirdly placed light switches... Our room in particular had a lovely view of... The roof. Included in that view at night were the massive spotlights set on the roof, shining directly into our room. The curtains helped cut some of that light out, but not all... also very frustrating.

The pool area was very nice. We ate at the buffet one morning and one morning at the farm-to-table restaurant, both of which weren't half-bad. The casino was... A casino. Although, we did have a great time playing Roulette with one of the dealers, Richard. He was tons of fun!

All in all, if you want to stay somewhere and not go to the strip (but not really go anywhere else either), this is the place for you. It's very kid friendly (A bit more difficult for me as someone who doesn't much care for children) so bring the family. But, if you want caring service, rooms without holes in the sheets and easy access to the strip, this isn't where you want to stay. Suck it up and stay on the strip in an upper-level room; I don't think we will be returning to Aliante.

Room Tip: Ask for a room without a view of the roof....
  • Stayed: June 2014, travelled with friends
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3  Thank UlisesGirl
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Reviewed 3 June 2014

In spite of the remote location from The Strip, the Downtown resorts, LV shows and attractions, and even the majority of popular eateries, we became excited about the virtually 'stand-alone' resort that Aliante has become!!
..'Value', with most of the amenities offered by the more famous hotel/casinos in the area, includes $6 breakfast buffets, comfortable bedding and pillows, plenty of outlets for recharging devices and operating C-PAP, modern room and bath decor, cable tv with HBO, a bank of six in-house fast food eateries like DQ, Papa John's, Johnny Rocket's and Panda Express along with TGIFridays, a buffet, a cafe and a couple of upscale specialty restaurants. Thousands of popular slot machines, a sizeable race and sports book area, and several bars complement the casino area. We saw Godzilla on one of the Regal's 16 screens. What a pleasant swimming pool and hot tub area with a bar accessible from the outside of the building! The fitness center ranks up there with some of the larger establishments for variety (if not quantity) of machines. Musical entertainment from several genres is booked on weekends. Honestly hope to go back some day (this was our 11th visit to the area, the shortest in duration, and one of the more pleasurable).

Room Tip: The biggest fear might be that a group of military personnel from Nellis may book the room next to you, and choose not to sleep. Ask how you may avoid or recover from such a situation should it arise - when you book the room.
  • Stayed: June 2014, travelled as a couple
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1  Thank Linda V
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Reviewed 30 May 2014

Our family enjoyed this hotel very much. Location was great, away from the strip. The hotel was very upscale, and it had restaurants and a movie theater attached to it, as well as a casino if you are into that. The pool area was beautiful. Overall, very impressed!

  • Stayed: May 2014, travelled with family
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2  Thank bruce h
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Reviewed 28 May 2014

We needed a place to stay that was near to both our son and daughter-in-law's home and Summerlin Hospital, as we were visiting our new twin grandsons who were still in the preemie NICU. We also wanted to feel like we were on a bit of a vacation, and the Aliante Hotel and Casino worked well for us. Our room was modern and well decorated; we chose the "shower" option over the "bathtub" one, and were not disappointed. Our 9th floor room had an eastern view; an upgrade to western was an additional $10 a night and a Strip view another $20 a night, and as we don't spend a lot of time in the room, or looking out the window, that is not a big deal for us. The pool area is beautiful, though it would have been nice to be able to bring our own Diet Coke in. I did not notice the Casino being smoky at all, which I usually do, especially in Strip Casinos. Also, being there on weeknights, there were not a lot of people, which was nice.

Nearby: Tried the "Roadkill Grill" as seen on Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives (good!) and Floyd Lamb Park, good spot to take our son's dog. The Pizza Lounge on S. Rampart Blvd had good pizza and salads (bottles of wine half price on Tuesdays)

Room Tip: I asked for a western view after reading another traveler's review, but then didn't want to pay the extra cost - so the desk clerk said he'd give us the best possible room, which turned out to be top floor (9th) and was quiet. Also, if you don't love your bed pillow, try the one in the dresser drawer.
  • Stayed: May 2014, travelled with family
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