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Tropicana Las Vegas
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Why Stay At Tropicana Las Vegas
Located on the southern end of the Strip, the classic Tropicana is once again top of mind, thanks to its tip-to-toe renovation last year.
With a history dating back to 1957, Tropicana is one of the few remaining "original" resorts on the Strip. Guests would never guess its age, however, thanks to a multimillion-dollar renovation last year. Drawing upon Miami's South Beach for inspiration, the hotel's island theme is tastefully cultivated with the light but pervasive scent of coconuts and 1,375 spacious guestrooms designed with bright orange and white fabrics, warm woods, and original tropical-themed artwork. The new casino and poker room (one of the largest in Vegas) is a draw, as is the soon-to-open Bagatelle Beach and Nightclub, for its sand volleyball courts, swim-up blackjack tables, and an outdoor café.
When the desert temperatures soar, grab a cushioned poolside daybed complete with private umbrella. Rates start at $25.
The Tropicana pool, set on nearly two leafy acres, is an oasis from the gaming tables. Private cabanas come stocked with snacks and chilled towels.
Arrive at Las Vegas McCarran International Airport (LAS) which is approximately 4 miles from the hotel. Anticipate about 10-15 minutes of travel time.3801 Las Vegas Boulevard S., Las Vegas, Nevada, United States
Hotel FeaturesBack to Top Property Amenities
- Poker Room
- Entertainment + Shows
- Outdoor Pool
- Outdoor Jacuzzis
- Spa on Property
- Beauty Salon
- Steam Room
- Fitness Center
- Wireless Internet Access
- 42" Plasma HD TVs
- Luxury 300-count Linens
- Custom Furnishings
- Chaise Lounges
- Work Desks
- Original Artwork
- In-room Laptop Safes
- iHome Clock Radio with Universal Docking Stations
- 3 Restaurants
- Several Bars
- Quick Service Food
- Outdoor Dining
- 2-person max occupancy in the Deluxe Plus Room
- 4 person max occupancy for the Club Deluxe with an additional $25 per person per night, payable directly to the hotel
Why We Love Las Vegas
From penny slots and high-stakes poker to top-notch dining and entertainment, Vegas is still the ultimate adult getaway.
140 Green Valley Pkwy.
Dinner for two $23.
Where to Drink: Head to Red Square—Mandalay Bay's homage to Imperial Russia—for more than 200 types of vodka (try the hot-pepper variety) and an extensive caviar menu.
3950 Las Vegas Blvd.
Drinks from $8.
Best Day Trip: Want to beat the summer heat? Drive 40 miles west to Mt. Charleston, where temperatures are typically 20 degrees cooler than the Strip. During the summer, stroll along the five miles of hiking trails; come winter, there's snow for skiing and sledding.
Why Go Now
May 10-13, 2012
Vegas Uncork'd by Bon Appétit
Don't miss the Grand Tasting and sessions with renowned sommeliers.
First Friday Art Celebration
Art shows featuring work by more than 100 local artists are held on the first Friday of April, May, and June.
Casino Center Boulevard between Colorado Street and California Street, Las Vegas.
Reggae in the Desert
This annual reggae festival includes music performances and Caribbean food vendors.
Clark County Amphitheater, Las Vegas.