A decoração era maravilhosa e o quarto era muito espaçoso e confortável. Gostamos de comer no restaurante. O café da manhã foi realmente bom! O lugar inteiro era muito limpo. Não consigo pensar em nada.
É um hotel bom e limpo Os carpetes nos quartos precisam ser atualizados
O quarto era excelente
Ac não trabalho n equipe foi rude
Quartos limpos, muito fácil para se locomover. Estacionamento gratuito !! Ótimos restaurantes e camas muito confortáveis. Nada!
Ninguém veio limpar o quarto
O lobby do hotel é lindo. Os quartos foram nice e arrumado. Em geral, um bom lugar para ficar.
do tamanho dos quartos, da vista e localizacao do hotel. O shopping do hotel e as atracoes sao imperdiveis. nao me ocorre nada agora
Como limpo e extravagante tudo foi Que eu só fiquei uma noite
Os quartos não têm banheiro portas. A/C era velho e barulhento Temperatura do quarto e portas
Eu gostei do cassino O depósito de segurança de usd 400 :(
A limpeza dos quartos Os 25 dólares por noite para ter um frigobar no quarto. Além disso, a comida podia ter sido mais barata
Sem ventilação ou ventilador na casa de banho.
Na Strip, acessível Esperou 2 horas para o check-in
Tudo o resto. A pia do banheiro do transbordou avarias.
Localização, pequeno sentimento de Vegas antiga! Difícil de pegar um táxi em torno de volta
Limpos, bem decorados hotel, excelente equipe, muito simpática. Perto do trilho mono e para a Strip.
Estacionamento gratuito Os quartos precisam de uma actualização. Móveis dos anos 80, assim como o tapete e os elevadores. Muito desatualizado no geral
This Hilton was excellently located, right in the middle of the strip, and at the back of the Flamingo property. It's a six-minute walk across the street to Bally's and the concourse to Paris; it's a ten-minute walk across the Strip to the Bellagio and Caesar's. We had a spacious and comfortable suite with a large, jetted soaking tub, a sitting area with a couch and coffee table, and a practical kitchenette that included a fridge, microwave, sink, and some dishes/flatware. We were very pleasantly surprised to find that the fridge in the kitchenette, unlike other luxury Vegas hotels, was empty, so we could use it for our own stuff. I hate it when the fridge is stuffed with mini-bar offerings that I've no intention of ever using; I find it especially obnoxious when the fridge shelves are on some sort of auto-scale that tracks if you've tried to remove a mini-bar bottle to make room for something like a personal water bottle, and charges you for the "missing" items. There was none of that nonsense here, thankfully. The Hilton has its own pool just for its guests, separate from the Flamingo property, which we appreciated. It was about 100 degrees when we were there, and we didn't want to use the extremely crowded and noisy Flamingo pool. The Hilton is unfortunately on the back side of the Flamingo's pool area, and every day is party day at the Flamingo pool. The disco music blared at bomb-test volume from noon to six, every single day. Even with the windows and blinds shut in our suite on the 6th floor, the music is still earsplitting, but I suppose the upside is that the music tends to drown out most of the drunken partiers in the Flamingo pool. It was nice to have our own pool for this reason, but the Hilton pool area stank like a four-day-old dead skunk, on account of a nearby garbage dumpster in the blazing sun. We nearly gagged on Saturday when we tried to use the pool. The jetted tub was impressive and comfortable, but didn't drain on its own. We had to pull and hold the drain plug continuously until the water had fully drained; it kept slipping back into plugged position without someone holding it up. I also would have appreciated a little more privacy between the jetted tub and the rest of the room, like a sliding glass tub door or something.
The staff was helpfull the location was perfect. Room temperature was freezing, The heating system is not good.