Las Vegas Platinum Hotel Suites
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What a wonderful place to stay!from MBD223
The room was beautifully decorated. The living room area was spacious and comfortable. Above the electric fireplace hung a modern state of the art, plasma flat screen TV. The kitchen was fully equipped and very clean. The bathroom was a decent size, with 2 sinks, a roomy stand up shower, and an even roomier jaccuzi tub!
The bedroom was also huge! With a very comfortable king size bed, and a good size flat screen TV. Our balcony was also very big, with a table and 4 chairs.
We ate once at the hotel. We had breakfast....it was a little pricey, but delicious. We spent a day at the pool as awell. It was clean, and there are so many different places to sit- lounge chairs, couches, comfy beds for two- it was a great escape from the strip.
My boyfriend and I stayed here for our first vacation together. I couldn't have asked for more! It was simply perfect! I would definitely recommend this hotel to anyone!
beautiful, comfy rooms and great service.from blondi22569
First let me say that the employees at this hotel were extremely nice, funny and very helpful. Then there was the beautiful suite!
We stayed in a princess suite with a mountain view and loved it! Beautiful and spacious. The kitchen was fantastic with gorgeous appliances and everything you could possibly need if you wanted to cook a meal and hang out in the room (which we did). Just having the icemaker in the freezer door was a plus-no having to find an ice machine somewhere! The plasma TV was great, the furniture was beautiful, the bed super comfy and the bathroom was gorgeous!
The view was a nice change from the strip and we spent much of our time on the balcony in the evening watching all the planes come in at the airport. It was the most relaxing time we have ever had in Vegas! Dont know how often that can be said about Vegas, but a relaxing time in Vegas can be had at the Platinum off the strip and away from the crowds, noise and lights.
We love having a suite and a balcony when we do Vegas and because we are always on a tight budget we usually stay at the Imperial, but for the same price we pay for a suite there (around 240 + a night) we got luxury at the Platinum!
We are spoiled now and will always book a room at the Platinum.
I cant say enough nice things about this hotel and its wonderful staff.
Oh! almost forgot... the food is really good too!
Quiet and spacious - just off the stripfrom cjcarwell
The room has a walk-out balcony with a small table and chairs. The view is nice, especially at night.
This hotel does not have a casino on the premises, which is fine with us. We are not much for gambling. The Strip is a short walk from the hotel and we felt pretty safe walking there at night. Coming back after midnight was a little sketchy because there was a homeless man sleeping at the bus stop shelter.
We walked to dinner across the street to Lawry's Prime Rib - excellent prime rib - for dinner (need reservations). The waitresses' uniforms were a riot! We felt like we had stepped back into the 1940s.
The only complaint we had for our hotel was regarding the air conditioning in our suite. The vent in the living area is on the wall by the tv and blows directly onto the seating area. It blows like a son-of-a-gun and even on hot days you need a blanket to sit there! Other than that, this hotel is terrific. It won't be this inexpensive for long, I'm sure, although the fact that it isn't on the Strip may help keep the price down. I think it is a time-share facility, although we were never approached about that.
s new Vegas favoritefrom Travelingwiththekids
We checked in very late in the evening and everything went smoothly. We had paid for a mountain view, but perhaps they had none left, because they upgraded us to a Strip view. My two kids LOVED the view and the "trains" they could see going by across the way.
The room was huge, like an apartment. The kitchen was nearly larger than ours back home, and everything was very clean. The bedroom totally closes off from the living room, and the bathroom goes to each.
Everyone was helpful and went out of their way. Room service made something special for my little sick one who had a craving. Very nice.
We were able to eat almost all our meals in our room, which made the trip affordable for us. We brought groceries from L.A. in a cooler so we wouldn't have to search for stores in Vegas.
The beds were very comfortable and the giant whirlpool bath was so much fun that one of my kids became pruny from taking 4 baths in one day!
The balcony was wonderful, with our Strip view. It was great to get fresh air in a hotel. Because our trip involved some bedrest days, having a door to open and get outside really mattered to us. There's a nice table for four out there and we ate a few meals outside when it wasn't too cold.
We tried the pool, though outside was cold and windy. The pool is on the roof of the 5th floor (part of the hotel has only 5 floors but the rest is taller), and goes indoors and outdoors, so you can swim in any weather. It was heated to 89 degrees and perfect.
Our only complaints, and these are so simple for this new hotel to remedy, were two: there was no dish soap in the kitchen, only cubes for the dishwasher. Thus we were forced to use the dishwasher even to wash one or two glasses. It would have been nice to wash some things quickly by hand sometimes, like kids' sippy cups, etc.
The worst complaint is the smell of the towels. They are thick and luxurious, and plentiful both in the bathroom and at the pool, but all of them, ALL OF THEM, had a faint sour "pukey" (my son's choice of words) smell to them. Thus I knew it must be the hotel's laundry service if even the clean pool towels smelled that way. You did not want to hold them against your body for longer than was absolutely necessary. They need to fix that.
We really enjoyed our stay there and we plan on returning in two months!
Great Hotelfrom Manuela-7
The only thing we did not like about Platinum was the room service food. The staff again was very friendly but the food was totally overpriced and not very good. They have a cool bar area tough.
Wow... and then some!!from CoCo-7
New property gets thumbs upfrom coop1000
Relaxing, Oasis Loved It!from sookisue
Really enjoyed several relaxing hours at the spa, took my girlfriend there for her birthday. The staff was all very nice, accommodating and not snobby at all. In a modern hotel that is this nice, the help is often aloof or snotty but, not at The Platinum. Everyone we encountered was great!!!!!!
Had a problem with the flat screen tv when we got there and no kidding the engineer was there to check it out in less than 5 min.!! Talk about service. We felt like Queens for the weekend.
Also, go see Niles in the Stir Bar-- he makes wonderful cocktails!
Enjoy this place now, before everyone else finds it. :)
Hidden Beauty of Las Vegasfrom violetunderground
Wonderful Stay at the Platinum Hotelfrom msvegas60
Top Local Tips for Las Vegas
Don't forget there are things outside the Strip... Be sure to make time to go out away from town, the Strip in particular. Red Rock Canyon is an enjoyable way to spend a couple of hours, and it's worth your time to take a drive through Boulder City to the Hoover Dam. Also, be sure to take a few hours to visit the older casinos and properties downtown---they give you an interesting contrast to the things on the Strip. Finally, be sure to take a trip up the Stratosphere--we were lucky enough to watch a dust storm approach, followed by a rainbow...great views of the whole area.
March is comfortable weather-wise I'm sure Las Vegas is always busy, but March is a particularly nice time to go because it isn't too hot. Day time temps were in the 80's. Nights were very comfortable - a light sweater/jacket was more than enough.
Touristy things to do... Check out the BODIES EXHIBIT at The Tropicana- it was very interesting. Also THE SHARK REEF at Mandalay Bay was very cool to see! I also suggest the buffet at the Bellagio, it was delicious.
Other names for Las Vegas Platinum Hotel Suites
- platinum hotel spa
- platinum hotel las vegas
- platinum hotel
- Address: 211 E Flemingo - Las Vegas - Nevada - 89109 - United States
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