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Tropicana Las Vegas

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At a Glance

    Pros

  • Bagatelle Beach Club
  • cookies upon check-in, breezy style

    Cons

  • small casino
  • interior layout can be confusing

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Tropicana Las Vegas Review

Today's "Trop" (as its been known for more than 50 years) features some of the most spacious rooms in town with a pleasant South Beach, Miami, style. Considering it was one of the original Strip casinos the Trop was desperate for the exhaustive multi-billion overhaul it received in 2010 and 2011. Because the hotel is now technically a DoubleTree by Hilton, guests get the signature warm cookies upon check-in. The casino, bathed in white, is small but intimate, with a fun poker room and a rollicking (computerized) sports book. The Bagatelle Beach Club pool complex is a breezy place for a dip. Perhaps the sole disappointment at the new-and-improved Tropicana is the Mob Attraction, a museum that struggles to tell the tale of the underbelly of Sin City history.

    Contact Information

  • Address: 3801 Las Vegas Blvd. S, South Strip, Las Vegas, NV 89109 | Map It
  • Phone: 702/739–2222; 800/462–8767
  • Website:
  • Location: South Strip

    Hotel Details

  • 1,279 rooms, 96 suites.
  • Rate includes no meals.
Updated: 05-14-2013

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    Best Hotel Stay to-date!

    I've stayed at several hotels during my visits to Vegas, including the Cosmopolitan! Tropicana was by far the best bang for my buck. And I didn't have to wait in a long line to check in. I also received great customer service, and free WiFi the three times I've stayed there. Great experience!

    by katmbe, 9/24/12
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    Great Value

    We had a great experience here. We purchased a discounted rate of 54.00 a night on vegas.com but when we arrived, a really nice lady explained that the room we purchased at a discount would be in the 3 story "motel-like" buildings and not the towers, but for 10.00 extra per night, we could upgrade. We agreed to the upgrade and we were placed on the highest floor with a strip view and it was beautiful. We had a view of New York New York and the Luxor, MGM and Excaliber. At night, it lit up like, well, like Las Vegas. The hotel room was very clean and it was HUGE! It had a great King-sized bed and mirrors on the ceiling which I must say, came in handy. The tub was a two-person tub with endless hot water. The staff was polite and friendly. The casino was run-of-the-mill but my husband and I are not gamblers, so we didn't care. I gambled one dollare while waiting for cofee and the machine spit out 52.00 in one click, so I was happy. The hotel is centrally located and we visited all the above hotels and casinos as well as Bellagio, Venetian, Mandalay Bay, Alladin - all within walking distance. The morning buffet was quite passable. We were able to eat healthy there and that was what I was looking for for breakfast. we did not have any other meals there except take-out desert one night while jonesing for something sweet. Overall, a really great value for the money!

    by gwennie147, 2/3/07

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