Renaissance Las Vegas Hotel

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Renaissance Las Vegas Hotel

4 star

Rooms: 548

3400 Paradise Road - Las Vegas - Nevada - 89109 - United States 702 784 5700
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This Place has MOJO
Submitted by: Jesse V. in 02/05/05
  • Age Group: 31 - 40
  • From: United States
  • Traveller type: Business Traveller
What do you dislike about the Las Vegas Experience? 6000 room mega-hotels? bumper to bumper traffic? Smoke filled casinos and public areas? Degenerate gamblers and drunken degenerate tourists? Crappy little overpriced rooms? 15 mile long 'buffet lines'? - This hotel has NONE of that! It is a cozy, quiet, classy establishment designed for the business traveler. The monrail (which stops in fornt of the hotel) will wisk you to the strip inside of 7 minutes for $3. The Renaissance is the best kept secret in the desert!

Historical Traveller Reviews of Renaissance Las Vegas Hotel

Loved it!

from A TripAdvisor Member
Our stay was great! The room was clean and comfortable and the bathroom was very nice. It had a see through shower and seperate tub. Our room was stocked with lots of extra towels, and the bed was very comfy. The gym was great, and always stocked full of free water, fruit and juices. Room service was wonderful and open 24 hours. Although its a little off the strip, its right next to the Hilton witch has lots of Casinos and a great sports bar and the monorail will take you to the strip much cheaper than a taxi and very convienient. There are no casinos and it was nice to get away from that a little. They have a fresh Starbucks coffee stand in the lobby and the pool area is nice and clean. Overall we enjoyed our stay here tremendously.

Great Hotel - But...

from A TripAdvisor Member
We just returned from a stay at this hotel and have mixed feelings regarding our stay.

The hotel is nicely decorated and the room is extremely comfortable. The room is a nice size, great bathroom, bed is extremely comfortable and the flat screen TV is a nice touch.

We did not eat in the restaurant but the room service was superb.

The hotel staff was very courteous and friendly.

Parking was plentiful and convenient.

My only complaint was the paper thin walls. For an upscale hotel I am suprised that they skimped on the construction. Our first night there was spent listening to the conversatiob in the next room. It was not an overly loud discussion but we heard every word. Luckily our neighbours checked out the next day and no one else moved in.

We loved the hotel and were very happy with our stay, however we might not get so lucky on our next stay and the thought of having to listen to the room next door would give me second thoughts about staying here again

Nice Clean Modern Business Hotel

from A TripAdvisor Member
stayed for 2 days last month, this place is nice. I'm a Marriott regular, and this is one of the nicest hotels for business they have. No Casino

PLUS SIDE--Free Hish Speed Internet, Plasma/LCD Screen TV in Room, large bathroom, Marriot bedding, nice!! modern design in room, nice fixtures, tiles etc, very clean look to the place.

Staff was very nice, ENVY Restaurant was a nice suprise, had a fantastic meal there, great wine selection, nice coffee bar, it's right next to the LV convention center if you are attending an event this would be the place to stay.

NEG SIDE - - can't think of much, just that it's a little hard to get your car in here when it's busy.

I will be back

More Convenient Than It Might Appear

from A TripAdvisor Member
I had a great experience here. Above all, every staff person I dealt with (doormen, registration, room service, housekeeping, etc.) was competent and very willing to help.

The room was not huge, but I felt there was plenty of space...although I was travelling alone. The design of the public spaces did seem more tasteful than the rooms (which were a bit much on the whimsical side for my taste. I'd prefer a classic, modern look). The food was great. Dined once at Envy (for lunch) and once via room service. I only stayed one night, so I didn't deal with any of the multiple night issues the previous poster spoke of.

The best part of this hotel is it's proximity to the monorail. It's practically in their parking lot (both the Convention Center and the monorail are a stone's throw away). For $3, I was eating lunch at the MGM Grand in no more than 15 minutes. At this point, the traffic is so bad in Vegas (and the taxi cab lines SO LONG), this is the best transportation deal in town.

I know the hotel is new, but if they can maintain the facilities and level of service, I'd be happy to return.

Very Disappointed...

from fishgolf4fun
I feel odd writing a bad review about this hotel, when everyone else seem to had a great experience. I am a Marriott regular. I travel using Marriott and Renaissance everywhere. This is my first hotel I have ever left thinking we will never come back again. The room we were assigned to was very small to accommodate the comfortable King size bed. They forgot to clean our room. They never got us fresh mugs for coffee. No newspaper was delivered. Only one bath robe in the room when they knew they had two guests. The flat screen TV is nice for decor, but it was set to MONO sound without any HD signal so you won't get a real flat screen experience. They mention that they have a gift shop called Amore which is not gift shop at all its a coffee shop. They have this little spot where they only sell listerine and aspirin. The wall between your room and your neighbour is very thin, you will be listening to every word your neighbour has to say to their kids at 2 am. Overall I would not recommend this hotel unless you are there for business alone to attend a convention. If you are looking for Vegas experience, you can find better service, bigger comfortable room with more convenience to see shows and have fun at the casino.

New Kid in Town

from A TripAdvisor Member
The hotel is very nice.
Envy restaurant is a real up beat place with a trendy feel to it I had lunch & dinner their & both meals was great.The staff is good & the food is what makes this place but i will say I expected a more creative menu but the off menu specials is what makes dinner very special.Thay have to put the banana bread pudding on the menu

Las Vegas Gem

from CTSirTravelsAlot
Stayed at Renaissance in Las Vegas on Paradise Road from 2/10-14 and was extremely pleased. I am a Marriott Rewards member so stay was free, but I would have gladly paid for the stay. Upon arriving, I was greeted by the friendly doorman and check-in was efficient. The room was nicely done with a very comfortable (actual) King bed. Of note: many Marriott's seem to have 2 double beds that are bound together to form a king bed and they are not very comfortable.

Nice flat screen TV, bathroom spacious with separate tub (though this could be a bit larger, though I assume they get more business traveller's). I did not eat at Envy, so can't comment on restaurant but I did hear from locals that it was quite good.

The location near monorail was a big plus, getting up and down Strip for $6 round-trip beats a taxi. Also, another plug for the monorail: clean, well-lit and with a sherrif at each station for security.

All-in-all I would highly recommend the Renasissance for a less hectic alternative to the madness (though fun) of the Strip.

Great stay at the Renaissance!

from Jolysa
Stayed here the last weekend in January, and everything was excellent. Beautiful decor, comfy beds, friendly staff, and a location adjacent to the convention center and monorail. I would highly recommend this hotel to any business traveler or anyone who doesn't want to have to walk a quarter-mile through a smoke-filled casino to find their room. (I've also stayed at the Renaissances in Hollywood and New Orleans, and those are superb as well.)
If you do have the urge to gamble, though, jump on the monorail, don't go to the nearby Hilton!

Far (not) from the maddening crowds, and glad of it!

from Jaewriter
I have been to Vegas many, many times, and stayed at some of the best hotels in the area: Mandalay Bay, the Venetian. This hotel is not as luxurious, but it has its own very unique and special appeal. No casino, which means no smoke-filled hallways. Easy to get into the check-in desk and easy to find your room. The rooms are not large, certainly not when contrasted with the luxurious sweeping rooms in the Venetian. But they are clean, stylish and designed with the business traveler in mind. A generous desk with high speed connection, a TV you can watch easily while working at your laptop, and amazing views of the strip. Add to all this, one of the best steakhouses I have had the pleasure to dine at: Envy. The restaurant is extraordinary, and what a bonus to have it just downstairs. The monorial to downtown is across the street, and you are minutes from the casino action.

One downside and strangely designed feature. The small pool is in a courtyard that is basically in the shade the entire day. Makes no sense. A spa would have made this even more desirable. But all in all...if you are in Vegas on business, you can hardly do much better.

Envy - A Steakhouse at Renaissance Hotel

from A TripAdvisor Member
uAs a local in Las Vegas, it's a real treat to sample the amazing restaurant scene, and so many fine tables are appearing all over the city. Envy is a welcome addition. I understand that the executive chef is Richard Chamberlain from Dallas (trained at the Mansion on Turtle Creek, exec chef for the Little Nell in Aspen). The prime steaks at Envy are dry-aged and have incredible flavor. There is a 20oz tuscan veal chop, and several cuts of Kobe beef (actually raised domestically in Nebraska, we were told). Char rather than Salmon, delicious bread, corn creamed from the cob and blended with bourbon, crimini mushrooms in port wine, valhrona chocolate s'mores... an innovative, delicious menu. The creative wine list includes well-priced Oregon Pinot Noirs as well as trophy Bordeaux, Napa Cabs and even Hardy Perfection cognac, should you hit the jackpot. The knowledgeable sommelier previously managed an award-winning list at an MGM restaurant. Friendly staff. The effort to target a business-class clientele is well done here. It should be easier to get a table here than at Casino steak-houses -- until word gets out, that is! Easy access at the Renaissance on Paradise rd, and across the parking lot from the Nextel Monorail Station at the Las Vegas Convention Center, which connects you to the rest of the Strip.

Top Local Tips for Las Vegas

Monorail Use it! It's cheap and accessible and you would be surprised how much walking you do in hotels and along the strip. Save your legs and make the most of the monorail, there are some great views from it as well.

Great show, and great food We saw Cirque Mystere at Treasure Island, if you get the chance to see's awesome!! We also had dinner at Terrible's Casino and Hotel, just down the street from the Renaissance on Paradise Road...great Prime Rib Dinner for $7.99, and it includes a draft beer or soda!!!

Coupons & Cheap Eats Try to get this hotel facing the Wynn's golf course, its beautiful. It makes you feels like you are staying at the tower suite at the wynns for the 1/5 of the price. Also the steak breakfast (5.99 for 10 oz NY steak & 4 eggs) at terribles few blocks down is a GREAT bargain for late night eats (11 to 5am). Try to find coupon for tix4tonight inside vegas magazine, save you few bucks watching the show (I saw Le Reve). Most shows are available (including Zumanties, Mystere). But stuffs like O & Celine Dion. You are better off buying your tickets online for the best selection since they almost sold out ALL the time.


Other names for Renaissance Las Vegas Hotel

  • renaissance las vegas
  • las vegas renaissance
  • Address: 3400 Paradise Road - Las Vegas - Nevada - 89109 - United States
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