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375 E Harmon Ave Las Vegas, NV 89169, United States
375 East Harmon AvenueUSNevadaLas Vegas89169
(702) 796-3300alexispark.com
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Experience the world-famous Strip at the Alexis Park All Suite Resort in Las Vegas, Nevada! We offer elegant rooms, great amenities and an ideal location.
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Non-gaming resort near the Strip offers casual suites with flat-screens & fridges, plus 3 pools.- Google
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Nina McCormick
a month ago
We have stayed at Alexis Park All Suite Resort on many occasions and loved it each time. We love that it is close to The Strip but without the casino. Facility is clean and seems to be well maintained. I would have rated it all 5 stars but they do not have room service. They have resturant that is open during certain hours but there is no room service.
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Mark East
3 months ago
I'm a frequent traveler and I rarely leave reviews for hotels/restaurants/etc. unless the experience is either really fantastic or really awful. Unfortunately, this case is the latter. The Alexis Park is, without a doubt, one of the worst hotels I've ever stayed at. I was checked in by an indifferent front desk clerk. After he handed me my key, he asked if I was walking to my room or driving. When I replied "walking", he said "Ooof... O.K. Well, just keep walking back and you'll find it." Seven or eight minutes of brisk walking later (no exaggeration), I reached Building 23. There were no exterior lights on the whole building, which made lugging my baggage up the long dilapidated flight of stairs rather treacherous-- not to mention a little sketchy, given that the "resort" isn't in the very best area of town. When I finally got to my suite (an "upgraded loft unit"), it was everything I expected by that point-- shabby dirty carpeting, worn furniture, etc. The whole place had a real mid-80s vibe to it. It didn't end there, though. Some of the lighting fixtures didn't work properly. Others didn't have bulbs. The upstairs sink was so badly clogged that the overflow drain didn't even work. When I tried to iron a shirt, the iron was physically damaged to the point that I had to stuff tissue into multiple holes just to get it to work. On top of all this, the place is just weird. One of the first things I noticed when I walked in was a strange curved railing on the landing in the middle of the staircase leading to the loft bedroom. I climbed up there to find that it surrounded the world's smallest jacuzzi tub-- just big enough for one person-- right there in the middle of the stairs! One of the oddest things I've ever seen. Further ascent revealed a gas fireplace that was disturbingly close to the king-size bed. So close, in fact, that the hotel decided to disable it, but instead of taking it out or covering it up with something, they just posted a big sign on the front of it: "Fireplace For Decoration Only". Huh??? When check-out time came, I couldn't wait to get out of there. The line in the lobby was horrible, though (mostly due to the fact that they had one guy trying to handle all check outs and check ins), and I was in a hurry, so I decided to call them from the cab to get a receipt emailed to me. I waited eight minutes on hold just to reach anyone who could help me. Ridiculous. I won't mince words: Avoid this place at all costs. It's the pits.
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BJ Johnston
7 months ago
Absolutely enjoyed my stay here. The 1 bed room was more than enough space for me equipped with a mini kitchen and small living room area. The bed was very comfortable and the bathroom was nice & clean & fully stocked with towels.For the price of the room it was even more than I expected. Had no problem at all with the staff like some reviews mentioned. I recommend staying here if you're not into the big hotels with casino's and everything like myself.
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Kelley Danielle
8 months ago
I wanted to love this place... I really really did, but after waking up with bites and no type of compensation for my troubles I would not recommend this place. It was nice and spacious but bugs are a bottom line deal breaker for me. I don't know if the bites were from fleas because they do allow pets, or from something worse (ie Bed Bugs) but I didn't appreciate not getting so much as an apology from management. Not the way I would run my business and definitely not the service I would ever pay for again.
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Mike E
5 months ago
Loved it! Straightforward pricing, no BS "amenities fee", friendly staff, easy check in, great room with a KITCHEN, living room with a couch, and a nice bathroom. It was seriosly a better, more roomy place than a $400/day room at the Venetian. Not as much marble, but more enjoyable. I'd come back here
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Paul Hancock
7 months ago
This place is great if you are looking for lodging on a budget. Our suite had two queen beds in a separate bedroom, and also featured a sofa bed in the living area. It also had a kitchenette with microwave and fridge. They charge $13/day for wireless Internet. The shower water was warm (not hot), but tolerable. Water pressure was a bit low, and the shower head was lower than I liked. I am 6'1" and had to hunch down to wash my hair. Overall, it was a good spacious room at a great price (about $60).
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David O'Brien
4 weeks ago
Dirty, old, rude front desk staff, and they charge $ to except deliveries! Spacious room... Like a Motel 6 on steroids.
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Nashaye Lewis
3 months ago
This place is horrible. I booked two different rooms and one room was smaller than a matchbox, the paint was peeling off the walls, and in both rooms the tubs were dirty, the beds had no blankets just sheets in Winter, and the heaters didn't work. When we called about the various things that were wrong they were very rude and basically rushed us off the phone by saying someone will be out but no one never showed up. Then they charge $250 deposit and I have yet to get that money credited back to my account although the man at the front desk said that he was releasing it back to my account the day I had checked out that day. I would not recommend no one to stay here! At this point I think we were better off staying at a Motel 6 with the way things turned out. BEWARE THIS HOTEL IS NOTHING LIKE THE PICTURES!!!!
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