The Grandview At Las Vegas Hotel
Reviews - The Grandview At Las Vegas Hotel
- Age Group: 1825
- From: United States
- Traveller type: Young Couple
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Historical Traveller Reviews of The Grandview At Las Vegas Hotel
Great Place To Stayfrom A TripAdvisor Member
Love Itfrom clintkirk
Resort is nice, service needs helpfrom A TripAdvisor Member
More importantly, the Grandview could use some lessons in service. I travel often for business, and I am very protective of my time, and have come to expect good service in places I stay. The woman that checked us in was helpful in finding us a room that did not face the construction, but seemed to be bothered that we were asking. We also had problems with bugs in our room, which is understandable for that time of year. We asked someone to come spray three times. The first time, we are not sure if they ever showed up. The second and third times, we know that they did not show up.
There is a shuttle that runs from the resort to the strip, and that was convenient. However, there were a couple of times on the change of driver shifts that the shuttle left later than it was supposed to leave (once was about 5 minutes late, the second time it was about 30 minutes late). And the second time, when the front desk was asked about it, they showed no initiative or concern that the bus was sitting out in front of the resort loaded but with no driver. They even got annoyed with one of the residents for asking the front desk about it. So if you going to use the shuttle, make sure you allow for enough time if you are on a time shcedule and have some place to be.
All in all, the resort is nice, but needs to work on service levels. It will be interesting to see the condition of the resorts in a few years.
Use your dead bolt door locks, otherwise okay timeshare condofrom DT59
The grand view is 5 miles or so south of the action on the strip, you need a car. It's quiet- other than the casino construction next door, and pretty new still. There are 2 pools- one is ice cold the other heavily used by kids- and good for kids, shallow. Bring sun screen there isn't much shade.
There are very few resort activities.
Warning: when you check in they will send you to the "concierge" who is only a timeshare sales person. Don't go. We signed up then cancelled after our unwelcome visitors. Other guests told me they were very hard sell, and even insulted them when they said no to buying a timeshare.
We got a steal of a deal through the military to stay there, otherwise I would not do it again.
The walls are very very thin. Good luck.
New Construction = Early Wake Up Callfrom A TripAdvisor Member
Construction begins at 5:00 AM and is not great for a Vegas resort where nightlife surrounds you. The resort is beautiful as are the 2 pools. You need to rent a car to get there and get around when and where you want to.
Love it love it love it!!!!!from A TripAdvisor Member
Excellent Accommodationfrom A TripAdvisor Member
We were very impressed with our 1 bedroom suite. It was very spacious and tastefully decorated. The jaccuzzi next to the bed was great.
This hotel is perfect if you are looking for a 'homely" type hotel. With no restaurant expect to eat out or prepare your own meals. It is far enough from the strip that you can get some peace and quite. The shuttle is available if you want to go to the strip.
The construction was not a problem. When is hotel is fully completed it will be fantastic. We'll definitely be back - just for the room.
P.S If you need a cab call at least half an hour ahead. They are very slow in getting there.
Stay at Grandview at Las Vegasfrom A TripAdvisor Member
We are owners at Grandview at Las Vegas and was very impressed with our experience. But about 10:30 p.m.I was woke up by a knocking on the door. It stunned me, as there is supposed to be a double lock on the entrances to the rooms. I looked out and saw a family standing in the foyer of the 2 rooms. I really did not get to concerned, as I assumed they were trying the wrong room and would figure it out, so I returned to bed. My husband by this time was awake and had turned on TV in the living room when he heard something, and went to check it out. At this time, a tool of some sort came in under the door and turned right up and quickly unlocked the door from the inside. He startled them and they took off. He called for Security. Nothing happened. Then called the front desk, and talked to the manager on duty, and they stated that the maintenance man on duty was the one that unlocked the door from the inside.
I want to know how this can happen? The key given them should not have unlocked the outside door if it would not unlock the inside door. Furthermore, the maintenance man should not be going around unlocking doors without checking it out to make sure there was no one in the room.
Needless to say what was a real nice stay, was quickly ruined as well as the rest of the night. As an owner, I feel we deserve an explanation. I am sure you would not allow such a statement to be put out on the sights on the web, but we can sure try if you do not respond in a timely manner.
Give this one more time to get settled...from KKW_from_NY
Great Place but a little noiseyfrom A TripAdvisor Member
Only warning, make sure you get a room facing the pool area, otherwise you will be woken up in the mornings at about 6:45 AM by construction noise from the new building. A great place to stay if you are going to be in Vegas for a week, like living in a beautiful new condo!
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The shower stall is not a safe place. There are NO safety handles on the walls. The shower stalls in every room has no shelves to place your shampoo, soap, other toiletries on when taking a shower. All of your essentials have to be placed on the floor of the shower. An ADA violation. For those of you who have to rent a vehicle - there is no parking available for guests, especially the disabled. No ramps to move on in a wheelchair. Our building had only three disabled parking spots near the biuliding.
Transportation Don't get a taxi unless you have alot of money. You can sit through a stop light for 20 minutes not going anywhere and the money keeps adding up. It's not by mileage but time. very expensive. Bus is best for money. Trolley too slow and never on time big waste of money.
Save money where it counts Don't skimp on comfort to waste cash on inflated tourist traps or touristy bars. Relax well, sleep well. If you loose your shirt and can't buy so much as a drink, you'll still be able to say, at least you were comfortable and had a good value in accomidations.
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- Address: 9940 Las Vegas Blvd South - Las Vegas - Nevada - 89123 - United States
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