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Stratosphere, Las Vegas, Nevada

2000 Las Vegas Blvd S, Las Vegas, Nevada

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Submitted by: Buddy M.

Had one night to kill so I spent it here. Exhausted, I was NOT going to drive any longer or walk anywhere.   Went to the downstairs bar to finish watching the college games play brainless Keno AND WAS GIVEN A GRATUITY BEER!  I tipped $2 and we both left VERY happy. Bought more than a few more too from the bartender as overtime was necessary as he brought me up to speed on all the games -- GREAT GUY!!. After the games were over I went up to the top to watch the sunset and to eat THE BEST chicken wings and perfectly made black russians.  The bartenders (female) were beautifully dressed and AWESOME and VERY attentive. Totally relaxed, I went on the rides and finished up with a dip in the pool and tot tub.  Play...

Submitted by: Heather V.

My brother booked and paid for our room.  When he arrived on Thursday he checked us in as well since we would be there early Friday morning and he wanted to make sure we could sleep as soon as we arrived.  He was told that he could not leave a key at guest services for us and kept the key in his room.  We didn't arrive till 3:30 in the morning.  At which time I had to WAKE UP my brother and his wife to let us into the room.  Later Friday evening our other brother and his wife (who's room was also paid for by my brother) became stuck in the elevator for OVER AN HOUR AND A HALF with 6 other people.  My brother has BAD KNEES and a BAD BACK and there was NO ROOM to sit.  My sister in law was PETRIFIED the entire...

Submitted by: Kevin L.

The room is clean and everything works.  The hotel is far from the strip, so if you don't drive, you have to take some publi...

Submitted by: Erinn F.

I booked a room here for $40 a night and let me tell you, you get what you pay for. The rooms (though classy looking) are pretty much what you get when you stay in a motel: tiny bathroom, no fridge, no microwave, the ice bucket seemed to be some flimsy bucket a kid would play with in the sand, no ceiling lights, basic tv channels, and a VERY LOUD air conditioner. The room was so hot and stuffy but the air conditioner (even on the lowest setting) was so loud and obnoxious we couldn't sleep with it on. The walls are paper thin and we heard our guests talking, showering, and watching TV all night. On the plus side, the casino area was great and we won about $400, and the beds were very comfortable. The drapes a...

Submitted by: moon k.

We got a room here at the last minute...the room was very nice and had an beautiful view....the bathroom was extremely neat and clean...I had a...

Submitted by: Reese K.

We recently (5/19/2011 thru 5/24/2011)  stayed at the Strat, and enjoyed ourselves. The hotel was clean, the casino was fun and the food at the buffet was fine. Roxy's was good, but not great, the wait staff was slow. Our room (a 2 queen bed on the 21st floor) was very comfortable, though the pillows were a bit too soft. It was clean, and they changed the linens every day. The decor of the entire hotel is pretty outdated and not pretty, but who goes to Vegas to be wowed by the rooms? The staff was friendly, helpful, and very accommodating. The observation deck was just about the coolest thing we did while there, and you can go up as many times for free as you'd like when you stay there. The rides looked terr...

Submitted by: Maxwell M.

This place is changing right before our eyes! Upon looking at other reviewers there was massive amounts of renovation being done to the whole hotel. We got a great deal on one of the Oasis Suites for our honeymoon under $100 per nt. It included a strip view room with a 2 person Jetted tub and a lovely shower. A lot of the amenities in the Hotel are awesome. There is a Starbucks and Several restaurants on site. we ate at the Top of the World Restaurant for lunch and the Family pool was closed so we used their normal adults only topless pool which is temporarily a family pool while the original pools were renovated. It is on the strip but nowhere near any of the famous attractions. I love staying in this area ...

Submitted by: Sahar R.

When you replace the songs in your head from Katy Perry's "Waking Up in Vegas" and you end up with many morbid Smith songs with lyrics like "I was happy in the haze of a drunken hour, but heaven knows I'm miserable now", that's when you know you're at the Stratosphere. While my friends from LA stayed at higher end hotels on the more festive part of the strip, I went the cheap route with a $69 dollar rate at this hotel. Don't get me know I've had many adventures at other cheap Vegas hotels but this one takes the cake. The best way to get by is to never turn on the lights, or be in your room in daylight. If you manage to see your room you'll be overwhelmed by the stark whiteness of it all, with no decor and a ...

Submitted by: Elise F.

I think this place is hit or miss.  My boyfriend and I booked a last minute Vegas Vay-Cay to hook up with some family members who were gonna be in town for a couple days.  We got decent priced rooms (under $100) less than 24 hours before our trip, and it was completely worth it.  The casino isn't very large, and location- wise, it's not in the heart of the strip, but I think there were less drunken crazies because of that, and it was still a quick cab ride to Caesar's.  Stratosphere is also just a couple blocks from the Las Vegas outlets on Charleston. The rooms looked like they were just remodeled and had flat screen TVs and updated furniture.  Bedding and bathroom were clean, but minus one star for the wei...

Submitted by: David N.

So as you're landing at the airport this is one of the first casinos you notice because it's just so darn tall.  It used to be a cool spot for me to check out when I was a child since there are rol...

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