About the Westgate Hotel and Casino, Las Vegas

Located just a block off the Strip in Las Vegas lies the Westgate Las Vegas Hotel and Casino. For a long time, the property used to be known as the Las Vegas Hilton and came to be regarded as the most successful hotel in Las Vegas. Ingrained in the history of the hotel is the epic story of the king himself, Elvis Pressley, as he chose the hotel to stage his comeback after an 8-year hiatus. Today, the Westgate Last Vegas Resort Hotel and Casino is widely known for its status as one of the largest hotels in the world.

What to Expect from the Rooms & Suites

The Westgate Las Vegas Hotel and Casino has a variety of world-class offerings in terms of their rooms designed to give its guests maximum comfort and the ultimate pleasure.

Its Signature Rooms, for example are newly-renovated units that have been beautifully designed to exude the glamor and elegance that you have come to expect from Las Vegas. These Signature Rooms have been conveniently located right in the heart of the hotel and adorned with first-class amenities to emulate the glitz and glamor of Hollywood.

Other rooms available at Westgate Las Vegas include the unique Concierge Level Rooms, where guests can enjoy daily access to the Concierge Lounge on the first floor as well as spectacular views of the Las Vegas Strip and the Las Vegas Country Club, and the Lanai Suite, a spacious 400 square-foot suite that features a split-level bedroom, parlor, patio, and pool access.

Dining Options

Westgate offers each guest with 8 different dining options so there’s always a choice for everyone – from the luxurious fine dining experience to the affordable buffets. With so many options available, choosing where to eat next will be a snap.

The Buffet

Taste the flavors of the world in this incredible setup of delicious dishes from numerous countries around the world. Whether you feel like eating Italian, Chinese, or French, the buffet has it all. The buffet also includes numerous options for seafood so you can satisfy you cravings. This is definitely a gastronomic experience you wouldn’t want to miss.

Sid’s Café

Sid’s Café is an elegant European café located right in the midst of the Westgate Casino. The café offers plenty of dining options, which range from elegant to casual with extra large portions to guarantee your satisfaction.

Benihanas: Westgate Casino

Right in the heart of the Westgate Casino lies one of the largest locations of the world-famous Benihana restaurant. Taste world-class Japanese cuisine being prepared on Teppan grills in front of you and enjoy a total cultural experience while dining surrounded by Japanese gardens and flowing water décor.

Fortuna

Imagine relaxing in a quiet room, quietly reading your book, while sipping superior coffee or fine wine. If you loved that, then you’re sure to love Fortuna. Fortuna is a café that serves great Starbucks coffees and boutique wines to pair with scrumptious pastries, salads, and sandwiches. 

Silk Road Noodle

Taste the flavors of the east at Silk Road Noodle. This lovely restaurant offers Japanese-style Ramen, Vietnamese Pho, and Chinese Rice Noodles to give you a taste of the finest foods the east has to offer. 

SuperBook Deli

Right in the heart of the World’s Largest Sport and Race Book in the Westgate Casino lies the SuperBook Deli. If you’re looking for New York-style deli sandwiches, SuperBook is the right place for you. Each meal at SuperBook is prepared using only the finest ingredients so you can be sure they’re fresh and of the best quality.

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Check These Out During Your Stay at the Westgate Hotel and Casino, Las Vegas, Nevada

A trip to Las Vegas is never really dull, with the plethora of entertainment options available to visitors from around the world. There is no shortage of establishments where you can gamble around Las Vegas, and there certainly is no shortage when it comes to shows to watch and attractions to see. Here are the top things to do during your complimentary Las Vegas Westgate Hotel and Casino stay.

Go Gambling

Las Vegas has always been famous for one thing: gambling. It is home to some of the world’s best megaresorts and casinos. And while there is so much more to Las Vegas and the state of Nevada, gambling has always been one of the main reason why so many visitors come to the city.

When it comes to gambling in Las Vegas, not all casinos have been created equal. Some areas are better suited to a certain type of gambling than others. For instance, Caesar’s Palace has always had the best sport betting scene while the ARIA is where you go to for slots. If you plan to stay within the premises of the resort, you can also go gambling at the Westgate Hotel and Casino, Las Vegas, Nevada.

Check Out the Halls of Caesar’s Palace

Caesar’s Palace is one of the most famous megaresorts in Las Vegas due to its lovely façade, spectacular design on its interior, and the many attractions they offer inside the hotel. While the hotel is also one of the oldest, it’s certainly not obvious just by looking. Take a dip at the always fabulous Garden of the Gods pool, browse the numerous Forum Shops, or simply walk through the halls of the Palace while continually quoting scenes from Hangover. You can’t really go wrong either which way you go.

Gondola Ride at the Venetian

Themed resorts have always had a bad rap for being overly tacky and for not doing a really good job of emulating the source material it wants to emulate. But the Venetian pays homage to Venice, Italy quite nicely and, quite frankly, pulls it off and doesn’t seem tacky at all. Gondolas expertly navigated by singing gondoleers while floating around on turquoise canals is what you would like to see and will make the experience seem authentic.

As you float around in the gondola along the Grand Canal, you’ll float past various cafes, restaurants, and under bridges with so many people walking on pathways on either side of the canal, which just adds to the feeling that you’re really in Venice. This should definitely be on your bucket list.

Drive through the Valley of Fire

While on your complimentary stay at the Westgate Las Vegas Resort Hotel and Casino, one of the best things that you can do is to spend a day on the road and see more of what the great state of Nevada has to offer. And your first stop: the Valley of Fire.

The Valley of Fire State Park is Nevada’s oldest state park. It is located just an hour away from the hustle and bustle of Sin City and is home to numerous red rock formations of all shapes and sizes, which, under the bright sunshine, appear so much like they’re actually on fire.

Visit the Hoover Dam

No trip to Las Vegas is complete without a day spent visiting the amazing Hoover Dam and the Lake Mead National Recreational Area. Located about 45 minutes southeast of Sin City, the Hoover Dam can be admired as an amazing feat of engineering. What makes it even more amazing is the fact that the dam was built in the 1930s.

Tour around the facility and check out the power plant. And make sure you drop by the Observation Deck on the top floor of the Visitor Center to get a good view of the area.

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Walk the Strip

Exploring Las Vegas Boulevard, aka the Strip, is probably the most fun you can have in Las Vegas that isn’t gambling. Located just a block away from the lovely Las Vegas Westgate Hotel and Casino, exploring the entirety of the Strip can be an adventure in itself as you see the sights surrounding the exteriors of numerous luxury resort properties.

Walking from the south of the Strip all the way to the northern part can certainly feel like you’re traveling the world. Some of the sights that you will see on your walk include the giant Sphinx at the Luxor, the castle turret exterior of the Excalibur, the New Your City skyline and the Statue of Liberty at New York New York, and a mini Eiffel Tower at the Paris. You will also see the fountains of the Bellagio and the Doge’s Palace façade of the Venetian.

During your walk, make sure you don’t look at each façade. Take the time to admire each exterior.

Watch a Show

When in Las Vegas, you certainly have to set aside some time to see a show – and there’s certainly a lot of it around the city. If you like watching grand spectacles, jaw-dropping stunts, and plenty more drama, then check out the Cirque d’ Soleil show at the Bellagio. If you love wacky musical stylings, then you should see the Blue Man Group at the Luxor. And if you want to experience magic, then see the bad boys of magic, Penn and Teller in action at the Rio All-Suites Hotel and Casino.

There are plenty of other shows in Sin City – Las Vegas thrives on it. Whether it’s music, magic, or musings you want, there is a show for you. But make sure you plan it out carefully and book it in advance to make sure you get good seats at reasonable prices.

Go on an Aerial Tour

If you love rooftop views of the entire city, you have many options to choose. You can take the High Roller, the world’s highest Ferris Wheel, or visit the Top of the World Restaurant at the Stratosphere Casino. There’s also the Eiffel Tower Experience at Paris Casino, which offers an even higher view. But why not take it up a notch higher and go on an aerial tour?

Explore the city in style as you ride a privately-chartered helicopter across town. It’s certainly a more thrilling way to enjoy the Las Vegas lights light up beneath your feet. And while you’re already at it, you can also have the helicopter visit the Grand Canyon to cap off your helicopter adventure.

See the Fountain Show at the Bellagio

The Bellagio fountain show is an attraction that just never gets old. It is a free, nightly show that combines the dancing of the water with a music and light show – a real treat for the senses. But while the show only lasts a few minutes, you can actually see the show multiple times. You just have to wait for it – but the magic is worth it.

Check Out the Murals at Downtown Las Vegas

During the launching of the Life Is Beautiful Festival in Downtown Las Vegas in 2013, many international street artists and muralists were tapped to paint the city walls with colorful displays of paint and art. The responses from the festival were overwhelming that it quickly became a tradition, with new works constantly being added to the outdoor art installations and old pieces are either repainted or replaced.  Now, the downtown area suddenly feels like a modern art gallery where art-lovers can feel at home.

Dine at Restaurants Owned by Celebrity Chefs

Aside from the numerous dining options already available at Westgate Hotel and Casino, Las Vegas, Nevada has so many celebrity establishments that you should definitely check out. This is an absolutely insane foodie experience. Taste the creations of the likes of Bobby Flay, Wolfgang Puck, Thomas Keller, and Gordon Ramsey and be in awe of the flavors the chefs just made you taste.

Pose for a Photo with the Las Vegas Sign

And of course, no trip to Las Vegas is complete without having your photo taken with the iconic “Welcome to Las Vegas” sign. Be sure to stop by while you’re on your way to your complimentary stay at Westgate Casino and Hotel in Las Vegas or on your way out as those are the best times to visit.

About the Complimentary Stay

The certificate is valid for a reservation request offering 3 nights of Luxurious Resort Accommodations in your choice of either Orlando or Las Vegas. These rooms are for up to 4 occupants and at least one occupant must be at least 21 years of age.