Tropicana Las Vegas a DoubleTree by Hilton

The Strip, Las Vegas

The hotel

The Tropicana Las Vegas A Doubletree by Hilton has aimed high to exceed the expectations of guests with a rhythm and vibe reminiscent of South Beach, Miami. Of the many highlights is the seasonal lagoon-style swimming pool that is surrounded by gardens with flowing waterfalls and palm trees. There are sleek loungers, daybeds and cabanas for relaxation and seasonal swim-up blackjack. Rooms are divided between the Bungalows, Paradise Tower and Club Tower and boast stunning views of the city, pool or gardens. All are equipped to the highest standard with custom furnishings, luxury beds and premium in-room technology. For a taste of paradise, visit the resort’s charming trattoria, Bacio Italian Cuisine, for authentic Italian fare; or Oakville Steak, Sea and Wine for a sizzling steak or fresh seafood; or Beach Café for indoor or outdoor dining 24-hours a day.

Amenities

  • Bar
  • Spa
  • Swimming Pool
  • Wedding
  • Hot tub
  • Free Parking
  • Room Service
  • Valet parking
  • Safety Deposit Box
  • Evening Entertainment
  • Wheelchair access
  • Fitness Centre/Gym

Where is it

Located at the famous four corners of the Las Vegas Strip on Tropicana Ave. and Las Vegas Boulevard. On the South end of The Strip it's just minutes from major convention centres and top entertainment stadiums. Transfer time from Las Vegas airport: 8 minutes.

Hotel information

1,470 residential-style rooms located in the Bungalows, Paradise and Club Towers. All with custom furnishings, plantation shutters, luxury beds and linens, original artwork, an iHome, a 42” LCD TV with premium channels and pay-per-view films, telephone, WiFi, safe with room for a 17” laptop, hairdryer, iron and board and air-conditioning. Deluxe Rooms in the tower accommodations are just off the casino floor with views of the Las Vegas Strip, have 1 king-size bed or 2 queen-size beds, sleeping maximum 4 adults.

Why is this one of Virgin Holidays Favourites?

This casino hotel enjoys a south Strip location and also houses our Virgin Holidays service centre, open daily (subject to availability).

Exclusive Virgin Holidays benefits

  • Resort fee waived for Virgin Holidays guests
  • Book a Deluxe Room and receive a complimentary upgrade to a City View Room for Mon-Thu arrivals only (subject to availability upon arrival, excluding stays over 30 Dec-1 Jan)
  • Late check-out until 12:00pm Mon-Thu only (subject to availability, excluding stays over 30 Dec-1 Jan)
  • 2-for-1: Laugh Factory Comedy Club tickets (Sun–Thu only, must be purchased at Tropicana Las Vegas box office)
  • Spa Discount: Receive 20% discount on spa treatments Mon-Thu
  • Las Vegas Premium Outlets: Show your Tropicana Las Vegas Room Key at the Information Center of either Las Vegas Premium Outlets (north or south), to receive a complimentary VIP Coupon Book worth hundreds of dollars in savings.

Robert Irvine’s Public House (one-of-a-kind, unique food items), Oakville Steakhouse (fresh cuts and seafood), Bacio Italian Cuisine (authentic Italian fare), Savor the Buffet (dishes from around the world, made-to-order pasta and create-your-own pizza). The Tropicana Lounge, Coconut Grove Bar,TRAGO Lounge and Bar, Lucky’s Sports Bar and Chill’m (frozen drink bar). South Beach Food Court featuring Starbucks®. 2 acres of Tropicana Pool area (open seasonally - closing 27 Oct '19 and re-opening in early spring '20) with cabanas* and daybeds*, lush landscaping, palm trees, lagoons, waterfalls, swim-up blackjack and Jacuzzi. Glow®, a Mandara Spa*. Casino with high limit area. State-of-the-art race and sports book. Trop Plus Players Club rewards program. Tropicana Theater. Laugh Factory, a comedy club. Live music. 24-hour in-room dining*. New conference centre. Laundry/dry-cleaning service*. Shopping (fashion/gift shop/floral/sundries). Virgin Holidays service centre (open daily). Complimentary valet and self-parking. WiFi available.

Virgin Holidays bookings are exempt from paying a resort fee (normally $25 plus tax)

Resort fee includes: - High-speed wireless Internet (normal charge $12.99 per day) - limit 3 devices per room - 2 bottles of water in-room per stay - Buy one, get one free well cocktails, beer and wine in the Tropicana Lounge from 5:00-8:00pm daily - Local and 800 toll-free calls - Valet and self-parking. Resort fee, tax and inclusions are subject to change - please see hotel check-in for current inclusions available to you upon arrival.

Wheelchair accessible rooms available on request. Please note that these rooms are subject to availability and may be restricted to specific room categories and bedding arrangements. Rooms and facilities vary between hotels so please check at the time of booking. For more information and contact details please check out our Special Assistance page

*Denotes local charge.

One person must be aged 21 years or over in each room.

Please note: Pools are open seasonally and opening hours are subject to change due to inclement weather and special events. Opening date for 2019 is scheduled for the 1st April

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Image of the Tripadvisor rating A Storied but Dated Casino Trying to Use the Hilton Affiliation to Boost Its Profile

Jun 11, 2020 WorldMin Goleta, California

The Tropicana Las Vegas is one of the storied Las Vegas Blvd. casinos which dates to the pre-mega casino resort era. I recall visiting the LV Tropicana in the 1980s and its Atlantic City property about the same time. The hotel casino is showing its age, both in the public spaces and in the rooms which detracts when comparing to other Strip… Read more
The Tropicana Las Vegas is one of the storied Las Vegas Blvd. casinos which dates to the pre-mega casino resort era. I recall visiting the LV Tropicana in the 1980s and its Atlantic City property about the same time. The hotel casino is showing its age, both in the public spaces and in the rooms which detracts when comparing to other Strip properties. The Tropicana is actually owned by Penn Gaming, which is the operator of the Hollywood Casino properties around the country, and this ownership opens up their gaming rewards program and its generous sign-up benefits. I enjoyed using those comps while playing the poker machines on the floor for the 3 days when I stayed in mid-February during the time of the Nevada Caucus excitement. The Tropicana is also a licensee of the Hilton Doubletree branding. That is a smart move because as a Hilton Honors Gold member, there are many advantages to staying at Hilton properties in Las Vegas. The Tropicana does give elite Honors members a separate check-in area and a daily food credit. You can also redeem points for free nights and thus avoid the annoying "resort fee." I stayed on a lower floor in a club room in one of the towers, and it was pleasantly quiet, and window treatments allowed the room to be dark despite facing east. In general, I was satisfied with my stay, the gaming, the amenities, and the food service, but not enough to rate the property as Above Average" when benchmarked with the off-strip Airport Doubletree (where I stayed in Feb. 2019, and just 2 miles away), and other more spectacular properties on the Strip. I will review the hotel/casino restaurants separately. Read less
Image of the Tripadvisor rating Decent hotel for price

May 11, 2020 fazifazi Fort Wayne, Indiana

This was our first time in Vegas. The hotel was in a good location along the strip towards the end. Upon check-in, we noticed the huge front desk, but it appeared to be understaffed. We waited in a long check-in line with others guests, while only one employee was assigned this Herculean task. Off to the left of the check-in desk is their gift… Read more
This was our first time in Vegas. The hotel was in a good location along the strip towards the end. Upon check-in, we noticed the huge front desk, but it appeared to be understaffed. We waited in a long check-in line with others guests, while only one employee was assigned this Herculean task. Off to the left of the check-in desk is their gift shop. Besides all the usual touristy trinkets, they also sell some food and drink items, as well as beer. If you need something stronger to wake you up, they have a Starbucks on the hotel grounds. Theirs two towers that help make up the hotel. Paradise Tower is the tower located near the casino. Club Tower is the tower located near the conference center. This tower has some bungalows that offer more privacy on the balconies, as well as some other amenity perks. Our room was ok, but basic. The outlets near the bed weren’t working. This made it hard to charge our phones at night and have them nearby. The shower was a pleasant surprise. The water pressure was fantastic. The chairs on the balcony are the same cheap plastic chairs you’ll see near the pool. All in all, the room was fairly average. They have a few outdoor pools and some hot tubs, but they were closed for the season. The casino was nice. We casually strolled through checking out gamblers trying their luck at roulette and the slots. I took $20 and once it was gone, so was I. This hotel has several restaurants and bars. We only took advantage of one restaurant and a bar. Theirs also a breakfast buffet with a hefty surcharge. I don’t remember the exact dollar amount but I believe it was in the $30 range. In between the rooms and the casino is a smaller food court that sells pizza, sandwiches, desserts etc. We passed on the spa. We just didn’t have enough time. Their fitness center was something else we also passed on since we did so much walking on the strip each day. If you don’t feel like leaving the hotel for some nightly entertainment, they offer their own entertainment (musical concerts, stand-up comedy etc). Read less
Image of the Tripadvisor rating 5th time staying on the strip, and this one's the worst!

Apr 30, 2020 LuisF356 Houston, Texas

Roaches, old decor, some unfriendly employees, overly priced, end of the strip location and overall very disappointing. Brunch buffet was good and affordable. Bed was good. The entire resort needs a remodel. I'll let the pictures speak for themselves. Stay elsewhere.
Image of the Tripadvisor rating Filthy intense smoke smell everywhere!

Apr 29, 2020 Carolynlovestotravel Tucson, Arizona

This hotel was disgusting in the lobby & treated us poorly upon arrival. The Strip had closed less than 12 hours prior, but over the phone, their reservations told us that we could stay at least one night of our reservation. We arrived & were denied our room reservation. They have also refused any refund, referring to terms & conditions. The terms… Read more
This hotel was disgusting in the lobby & treated us poorly upon arrival. The Strip had closed less than 12 hours prior, but over the phone, their reservations told us that we could stay at least one night of our reservation. We arrived & were denied our room reservation. They have also refused any refund, referring to terms & conditions. The terms & conditions are all based on the customer cancellation of a reservation. We did not cancel, & they still refuse to refund the reservation. DO NOT STAY HERE & DO NOT support this resort!! Read less
Image of the Tripadvisor rating Loved it!

Apr 13, 2020 Climber12151318376

this hotel is close to the Strip,so we walked to all places we wanted to visit. Also,5 minutes from the airport,has few swimming pools and nice rooms. There is also a monorail close by that brings you all the way to the other end of the strip,with a lot of stops .