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Planet Hollywood Resort
Het Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino is modern en stijlvol ingericht, centraal gelegen en het thema Hollywood staat hier centraal. In dit hotel gaan ook vele bekende Hollywood films in première, u hoeft dus niet raar op te kijken wanneer u één van de bekende Hollywood filmsterren tegen het lijf loopt!
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De ligging in het hart van alle actie maakt van het Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino een ware trekpleister. Het thema Hollywood films staat hier uiteraard centraal. Geniet van de glamour en chic om u heen en ervaar hoe het voelt om een echte filmster te zijn. Het hotel heeft onder meer twee buitenzwembaden, een fitnesscentrum en een heerlijke spa. De Spa by Madara is een Europese spa waar u zich prima kunt laten verwennen; geniet dan ook zeker van één van de behandelingen. U kunt ook gaan shoppen op de Magnificent Mile, waar zich meer dan 140 winkels bevinden. Verder kunt u een bezoek brengen aan één van de shows, één van de bars of dineren in de bekendste restaurants, zoals restaurant Koi dat is gespecialiseerd in de Japanse keuken. De kamers is zijn ruim, modern en hip ingericht met het thema Hollywood. Zij beschikken over internettoegang, een kluisje en een zeer ruime badkamer met bad/douche. Daarnaast kunt u als gast van het hotel gebruik maken van de gratis valet parking die door het hotel voor u wordt verzorgd.
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De kamers zijn voorzien van airco, televisie, telefoon, internettoegang, kluisje, strijkijzer en -plank en een compleet ingerichte badkamer.
Aan 'The Strip' gelegen.
• 6 Restaurants
• Coffee shop
• Starbucks Coffee
• 2 Zwembaden
• Diverse winkels
• Golf (in de omgeving)
Las Vegas is vooral bekend vanwege de extravagante casino's en thema-hotels. De bekendste bevinden zich aan de Strip, een 4 mijl (6,4 km) lang stuk van de Las Vegas Boulevard. Las Vegas herbergt sinds jaren de grootste amusementsindustrie ter wereld. Veel bekende artiesten traden en treden op in Las Vegas, zoals Elvis Presley, Tom Jones, Barry Manilow, Céline Dion en zelfs 'onze eigen' Hans Klok.
The rooms are really nice and very up to date. There was plenty of space in the room and the bed was comfortable. Room service is delicious but very pricey. I know it is Vegas. The only real complaint I believe I have is that we wanted some of the little complimentary water bottles (the ones they give you for free) in our refrigerator so we called down to the front desk. we were told we had to get them through room service. Of course the water was brought in an ice bucket with glasses and there was a ticket on the tray for the price. 40.00 plus 8.00 room service fee!!!! For 6 tiny water bottles that they give away for free downstairs. Maybe I wouldn't have been so mad if they had told us that when we ordered them. Then when we asked about it at checkout (thinking they would be nice and not charge us) we were told we could use our reward credits to pay for them. Wow! My advice is to take the little bottles they give you for free and stash them up to your room for later.
"Location, location, location"
I'd been to Planet Hollywood back when it was owned by Starwood. My Platinum status would afford me a great upgrade to a little suite with a gorgeous round bath tub facing Bellagio's Fountains. When Starwood left PH, I found that I was not getting the best deals. While I wanted to stay with any Total Rewards Hotel because they do share points with Starwood, I found myself missing the recognition and the upgrades. Last year I was awarded Starwood's coveted Lifetime Platinum Status, which, made a bit of a difference with TR hotels. In Vegas, a Lifetime Plat can go to the TR Desk in the casino and get a VIP card. You can use this to use VIP check-in at many TR properties, and get the same VIP treatment. When I hit Platinum level with TR, as well, I noticed that I was receiving some great deals. So I decided to take advantage of one and take a late-Birthday trip. Vegas was crazy full with conventions and such, so I decided to give Planet Hollywood another try. I booked though TR and was given 2 nights' comped and 2 at a standard rate. When I arrived, I was happy to have the VIP card from my last trip. I was able to skip the line and check in. The lady helping me was very kind and I told her about the upgrades I used to get. She told me that the name of the suite had changed, but told me that she had it if I wanted to pay for upgrade. Now, I normally don't HAVE to pay for a upgrade, but it WAS my birthday trip. And she gave me a great deal, seriously, an honest deal, and I thank her for that. The rooms all have a theme here, from movies. My Strip Suite had a Forrest Gump costume on the wall- the football uniform) and the little sitting table was clear so you could see in to look at props from the movies. I love that. The bathroom had the wonderful round tub, and I soaked away my cares as I watched the Bellagio Fountains. The AC in the bathroom is probably meant to add some cooling for the large room that they call a suite. There is no door to the bathroom- it's directly across from the foot of the bed. So the AC vent in there might be meant to help cool the room. It only succeeded in freezing the bathroom (the only room I don't want cold!) But, because the one AC vent in the bedroom did not keep it comfortable, I had to run both. The area it didn't help was the sitting area near the front of the room. When constructing these rooms, I don't know why someone didn't re-think. They call this a suite, but it is simply a room that has an oddly shaped bathroom (because of the oddly shaped tub) so there IS a sitting area (2 plush chairs with a souvenir table in between.) I spent my time either on the bed, where the bathroom AC afforded me some cool air, or in the tub. The sitting area was not comfy or cosy. The two chairs were nice to look at, but not comfy to sit in. I ate room service there and watched the 2nd TV, but honestly, this is not a suite. A suite is termed so as it means a suite of rooms. This so-called suite was just a room. This is not to say that I didn't enjoy it. In fact, I ask for this type of room because of the tub. But if I were traveling with another person, I'd need to get a bigger room with a separate bedroom and living room. But as I was by myself, it was fine. I think I got what I paid for, Vegas Style. I will say that I think when the next renovation comes (it should be soon, IMO) they should look at putting in mini-fridges. I have eye medication that must stay cool but I didn't ask this time. Because of the RIDICULOUS resort Fees, I was not going to add more fees to my bill. But I don't like needing something and not asking. The newer hotels and newly renovated rooms now seem to have fridges as a standard. PH needs to do this, or at least offer them free of charge. The weather was not hot for Vegas, so not many people out by the pool. It's an okay area I guess, but if I want to enjoy a pool, I will stay at MGM or Mandalay, or Caesars. The same goes for the spa. I had a terribly messed up upper back and was so looking forward to a massage. The problem is, their spa menu has little to offer. I prefer a massage where I can direct the therapist to my problem areas. Usually, one can find a combo massage, where you're getting the pressure you need on those difficult muscles but a lighter touch elsewhere. This spa only offered Swedish or Deep Tissue. There were no crossovers. I also really was surprised by the lack of spa details. I'm used to MGM's Spa, Caesar's or Mandalay's Spas. There, you have juices, waters, all sorts of drinks with fruits and extras for munching while waiting or after. At PH spa I got a can of pineapple juice. At MGM's Spa, they have razors and shower caps, all types of amenities one might forget for showering in the spa. PH spa was just bare bones. My massage was okay. It wasn't great, it wasn't awful, but I do think the therapist could've worked harder on my shoulders and neck as I had requested. If there had been a combo massage listed, with a price, she could've done that. So again, not impressed with Spa Menu. There was a sauna, a steam room (though it was not working when I was there) and a few whirlpools. I did sit in the whirlpool awhile, but the spa was just so small and not much to look at. But then I was totally surprised checking out. The man who grabbed my slip at the beginning had circled 20% for tip, on top of an already high price. I told them at check out that I would leave my tip in cash. Instead of handing me an envelope, they gave me the exact number for MY cash tip- 20 percent of the total cost. I normally tip 20% for a good massage, because they're hard to find. However, I was unhappy with my massage AND the spa. I looked at him and said, "I'll be tipping $20 today, in cash." Man, did I get a dirty look, and not only at me. The two attendants looked at each other as if to say I didn't belong. You see, they didn't know that my massage was unsatisfying because of a badly thought-out Spa Menu. In fact, if I weren't a nice person, I wouldn't have tipped at all. If you are at PH and want a massage, try walking across the street to Caesar's Palace. Seriously, that spa rocks! And the massages are heavenly. PH's spa just overprices everything, then underperforms by not providing the little things I mentioned above. And never let someone tell YOU how much to tip. Please. I did gamble at PH and had fun playing Blackjack. I do get very sick from cigarette smoke, so I move tables a lot. I was having a blast playing double deck with a great group, but the smoke was out of control. I gamble up at Caesar's Windsor, near my home in MI. It's completely smoke-free and just across the border in Canada. So gambling in Vegas is somewhat backwards to me. I STILL can't see why we can't have ONE casino for non-smokers. I mean, come ON! I have asthma and severe allergies. I love to play cards. Is there one place in Vegas where I am welcome? Overall, I think I got a great deal in Vegas at PH. I even saw Donny and Marie at the Flamingo. I scored a great seat as a single, and re-lived my young childhood at their show. If you grew up in the 70's or 80's, this is a fantastic show to see. Although, I was the youngest person in the room by FAR. And walking there from PH takes you past Wahlburgers, the restaurant opened by Donny Wahlburger's family. It was SO good. It's all fast-food, and made like your mom did back in the 80s. The sloppy joe was good, but the burger was truly great. I wish we had one in MI! Back at PH, I can say that it's best for its location. You couldn't be better located- it is that simple. Turn right and walk towards Harrah's and The Flamingo, with Caesar's Palace across the street, and MGM to the left. You have a lot of places to visit and can walk to most of them. I always prefer Caesar's or MGM when I stay, but I'll always know that PH is better located and that they have my favorite tub suite. It's win-win.
"In The Middle Of The Action"
The heading says it all. Car optional. You're in the middle of it all. Within steps, are some of the best entertainment on the strip, best places to eat, best sightseeing, recreation for the family, stores for your basic necessities, and of course abundance of gaming in casino or near.
"Awesome time we will always stay there"
Our room was very clean spacious and a great view. Housekeeping was really good friendly and informative! We were in an newly remodeled room and it was really nice. We hope to keep in the same area when we come back in 6 minths
Hotel is centrally and ideally located on the strip. They seemed to have updated the rooms from the past that I have stayed there. Only issue is the self parking is little ways away from the hotel and casino. The valet is very slow in getting your car even when they are not busy. Resort fee little a the high side and makes the value of the hotel fee not as good.
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