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In glitzy Vegas style, they've spent millions transforming the Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino into a fantastic palace of celebrity cool. You'll feel just like an A-lister in your sleek, film-themed room with its massive, flat screen HDTVs, marble and granite bathrooms and retro-chic features. Enjoy the continuous line up of celebrity events right on your doorstep, such as Red Carpet Movie Premiers and Miss America and Miss USA pageants in the Theatre for Performing Arts. Explore further and you'll find the Sin City Brewing Company, top celebrity restaurants like Strip House and Koi, and an exclusive Planet Hollywood Spa by Mandara for pampering! And then there's the Miracle Mile Shops with 170 specialty stores and 15 restaurants to satisfy your cravings!
This gorgeous hotel is bang in the centre of Vegas' famed 'Strip' next door to the Paris and opposite the graceful Bellagio fountains. The Harley-Davidson® Café is just across the road and you have direct access to the Miracle Mile shops at Planet Hollywood with over 170 shops, including a huge Urban Outfitters. Free self-parking and valet parking.
25,00 Hollywood Hip style rooms and suites on 40 floors in 1 building with several lifts. Hollywood Hip Rooms all with air-conditioning, 42" plasma TV with pay-per-view films, clock radio, safety deposit box, iron and board, and hairdryer. Non-smoking rooms on request. Rollaway bed available. Hollywood Hip Rooms with 1 king-size bed or 2 queen-size beds, sleeping maximum 4 adults.
Fountain View Rooms have a 42" plasma TV and views of the famous fountains with 1 king-size bed or 2 queen-size beds, sleeping maximum 4 adults.
Koi Las Vegas (Japanese cuisine with Chinese accents), Strip House (steakhouse), Yolos Mexican Grill, PF Chang’s China Bistro, Lobby Bar, Poolside Bar & Grill, Planet Dailies Coffee Shop, Earl of Sandwich (gourmet sandwich shop), Pink’s (hot dogs). Tropical swimming pool (open seasonally) with private cabanas for hire*. Fitness and health club*. Planet Hollywood Spa by Mandara*. Connected to the Miracle Mile Shops which has 170 specialty stores and 15 restaurants to satisfy your cravings. Connected to the Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino with 3 acres of gaming space, the Heart Bar and Extra Lounge. Theatre of Performing Arts and CHI Showroom with Broadway-style shows. 24-hour room service*. Laundry/dry-cleaning service*. Brand new Gallery nightclub.
*Denotes local charge.
One person must be aged 21 years and over in each room.
Minimum stay: 3 nights 29-31 Dec '13 and 29-31 Dec '14.
Maximum stay 14 nights.
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I was in town for a conference for only two days and decided to use the HotelTonight (promo code JENNYJ gets $25 off at time of booking!!). My total cost for the two nights midweek was about $40! For... Read more the place, location, and price....it was obviously a great value. Ate at the Gordon Ramsey restaurant on the first night and had a great meal although not quite sure what Chef Ramsey himself would have to say about the food. Second night was mostly off the resort so just used the hotel for sleeping. Bed was nice and comfy, not a single complaint there. Everything else was just as you'd expect from a midrange hotel on the strip. Read less
Planet Hollywood - Pros - The location really can't be beat. Centrally located on the strip, walking distance to Bellagio, Cosmopolitan, and it has the Mile Mall that has numerous restaurants and... Read more shops. The staff are great and the concierge is ALWAYs a great place to stop for hints on where to go. The cons - the specials they run on the internet for cheap rooms are just that...the worst rooms in the hotel, so when you get there you end up upgrading and it costs the same as the nicer hotels. The rooms are worn and tired, the furniture is old and beat up and this place could stand for a major remodel. The rooms are clean however and for the little time you are in the room, it works. This last trip we had to change our room 3 times and ended up paying for an upgrade (who wants a TV on the wall that you can't see from your bed?). They did finally give us a great room, but we paid big bucks for the upgrade. Will we stay here again....NO. Would I recommend, sure, its an OK place and as I mentioned the location can't be beat for the price. Read less
Just stayed here again for the 2nd time in past 6 months & for the price ($100 on a sat night) I was very satisfied.I have stayed at MGM,NYNY,Palms,flamingo & Excalibur so a range of Vegas hotels... Read more Just stayed here again for the 2nd time in past 6 months & for the price ($100 on a sat night) I was very satisfied....I have stayed at MGM,NYNY,Palms,flamingo & Excalibur so a range of Vegas hotels but this one is my fav due to it's central location...the rooms are extremely spacious (for just a standard 2x queen or king room) which is nice when sharing ESP if your girls who tend to bring big suitcases! Yes the window is small & the rooms fairly dark in the day...but that's when I'm usually sleeping so it works well for me...the shops in the miracle mile have gorgeous dresses for those who might want them...the food at PBR rock bar was great for a hangover...but lots of yummy (huge)salads too.. The rooms didnt have the usual hotel touches (free coffee/tea,fridge etc) & Internet is only for one wifi device per day...but this isn't a big deal...there is a Walgreens right nxt door to hotel which has everything u could possibly need so very handy...right across the st frm the "fancier" hotels like Cosmo & bellagio which are way more expensive than PH...if it's just a standard visit to Vegas (not a special occasion) this hotel is good value whilst not being to old/off the strip..highly recommend it! Read less
I stayed here twice when it was the Aladdin, and after reading some reviews before we left for our latest trip (Nov 23-27) I was a little afraid thinking we'd be checking in to some run down motel... Read more . I don't know, maybe it's because we don't go looking for little things to complain about, but we had a fantastic stay and are in the process of booking another trip in May. We had a king room (878). Further to some of the negative comments: our bathroom was always super clean, never had an issue with hot water, the towels were new & fluffy, the bed was super comfy, tv worked (though we didn't use it much), no issue finding electrical outlets to charge our phones/ipods/etc, the hallway & elevators always seemed to be clean, our room was thoroughly cleaned every day...we didn't have a great view, but I wasn't really planning on staring out the window to get a look at the action anyways...our desk/night tables may have had scratches, but I honestly didn't inspect them to confirm this. Every single person affiliated with the hotel was super friendly, the dealers and waitresses were great, and check in was a breeze. Didn't come home with 'extra' money but we definitely won some decent amounts to keep us going. Loved the atmosphere, the music, everything. Stayed at Caesars last time (May) and found it a bit too stuffy. All in all a great vacation and will definitely be back. Read less
Recently, my husband and I went to Las Vegas with two friends. We pre-paid a full nights stay and assumed our hotel room would be held for us. Unfortunately, when we checked in at 5 PM, we were told... Read more we were late for check in time and they only had Handicapped Accessible rooms left. When I took a shower the tub filled with 2 inches of water (yuck!) and the room was "ok" at best. It really needed some TLC!! Also, they say "free-wi-fi" is included in your daily resort fee. What they don't tell you till you check in is it is one device per room/24 hours. That's ridiculous in today's technological society. There are a lot of choices in Las Vegas and we will use another option next time. We went to the breakfast buffet which was expensive and had very few gluten free options :( I spoke to one of the chefs and he said he's been trying to add gluten free options for quite a while and the head chef just shrugs his shoulders and doesn't care. Read less