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Hooters Casino Hotel
Hooters Casino Hotel
Hotel Guest Rating: 6.1/10
115 East Tropicana
Las Vegas, NV 89109
Welcome to the Hooters Casino Hotel
There's an unmistakable, round-the-clock party vibe just one block off the Strip at Hooters Casino Hotel. Priceline guests enjoy hanging out with the Hooters Girls by the pool or rockin' the casino 'til the wee hours.
All 696 rooms are decked out in laid-back Florida-themed decor. The hotel's bungalow rooms enjoy direct, gated access to the hotel's pool deck. Additional amenities include a 24-hour front desk, express check-in and check-out and endless opportunities to take pictures with a Hooters Girl. The signature restaurant serves up the hot wings and spicy sauces that made it world-famous. A handful of other casual, sports-centric restaurants, including the 24-hour Mad Onion, offer traditional fare and bar snacks. It's always game time in Hooters' 30,000-square-foot casino. Guests come for the famous Calendar Girl blackjack section and stay for the slot machines, table games, poker room and sports book. After that, it's off to enjoy one of the shows. To keep things cool, Hooters offers an extra large outdoor pool area, open seasonally.
Located one block from the Strip and within one mile of the airport, Hooters is convenient to much of what the city offers. The Las Vegas Monorail is across the street, and Crystals Mall is close by.
With a location "close to the Strip" and "spacious," "comfortable" accommodations, Priceline guests say the Hooters Casino Hotel is a "great value."
Hooters Casino Hotel Amenities
- Accessible parking
- Air conditioning
- Air conditioning individually controlled in room
- Alarm clock
- AM/FM radio
- Cable television
- Car rental desk
- Cocktail lounge
- Coffee shop
- Concierge desk
- Currency exchange
- Doctor on call
- Dry cleaning
- Early check-in
- Exercise gym
- Fax service
- Housekeeping - daily
- Interior corridors
- Ironing board
- Jogging track
- Late check-out available
- Outdoor pool
- Public address system
- Remote control television
- Room service
- Sundry/Convenience store
- Tennis court
- Valet parking
- Video tapes
- Voice mail
- Wakeup service
Upon check-in, photo ID and a credit card are required. All special requests are subject to availability upon check-in. Special requests cannot be guaranteed and fees may apply.The Daily Resort Fee Includes: Pool and gym access, local and toll free phone calls, in-room safe, two bottles of water and unlimited use of in-room internet.Please note: Taxes are applied to the daily resort fee.The hotel charges a nightly incidental deposit. Please contact the hotel directly for further details.
Hotel Guest Reviews of the Hooters Casino HotelOur hotel ratings and reviews are from real hotel guests. Priceline.com ensures that its reviews are guests-only by proactively sending hotel surveys to customers after they've completed their hotel stays. In the post-stay surveys, priceline.com hotel customers are asked a number of questions about their stay and the hotel. On a scale of 1-10 with 10 being the best, the survey asks guests to rate their overall experience and specifically rate the hotel's cleanliness, staff and location. Priceline.com does not allow site visitors to post unsolicited hotel reviews.
December 4, 2013
November 28, 2013
This run down hotel is in desperate need of renovation, or at least good cleaning. The beds are old and uncomfortable, the carpets are beat down and stained, the TVs are old, the faucets leak, the cell coverage is spotty, wifi is slow, and the theme is confusing. On the lighter side, the staff is friendly, the wings are served 24 hours, there is a Keurig machine in the room, there are a couple of hot tubs and the pool is nice. ...
November 19, 2013
We arrived Friday and I was happy we were able to check right in. laid down on the bed and it was very comfortable...that's the end of the good stuff.....the sink in the bathroom drained slow..then didn't drain at all. everything in the room was old tube tv alarm clock from the 70s carpet from the 70s and hadn't been cleaned sine then either...it will turn your socks black. Don't eat the food...the worst hooters wings ive ever had. cold not crunchy...soggy mess and felt like I was going to upchuck after 5 min....I called and complained and they offered me more nasty wings....didn't get the fries I ordered and they would not refund money....would never return to that hole in the wall....what a pile of junk....disgrace to the hooters name...might have ruined me from ever eating at hooters again. ...
November 18, 2013
November 17, 2013
price was not was expected
November 14, 2013
Family Traveling with Young Children
Filthy. Carpets not vacuumed. Loose debris everywhere. Cigarette burns in drapes and carpet. Black gum spots on carpet. Chewed gum stuck inside lamp shade (3 pieces). Beyond dated but the filth was the main concern. Toilet would barely flush. It got pretty cold at night but we did not want to use the heating unit because the vents were broken and covered in rust. It didn't appear operational. I took pictures of everything. We turned it on briefly but it was loud and gave off a terrible odor. I've stayed at 2 star hotels before (Hooters is 2 1/2) and although they were cheap looking, they were at least clean and fixtures were fully functional. This should be listed as 1 star. Proximity to the strip alone should not give this hotel a respectable rating. This hotel has been downright neglected. Also, priceline states that Hooters is on the strip which it is not. It is set a block or so back. Lastly, Priceline had NO customer service available. I had to deal with Agoda after waiting over an hour after booking and the hotel still did not have my reservation. It should not take more than 30 minutes. I was standing there with my wife and my nine month old waiting in the lobby while I was on hold for 15 minutes at a time. Agoda is THE WORST and I doubt I will ever book through Priceline again. ...
November 13, 2013
Overall it's decent for the price. Nothing too fancy but nothing too bad either.
November 12, 2013
The worst thing that happened was that the Hooters was open 24 hours so I found myself eating there all the time, I really became hooked on the naked Cajun wings and ordered them 20 at a time. Great location to the strip, just go down to Tropicana and you can us the walking bridges to MGM or Excalibur and from there you can take a number of trams or monorails. For the price it was a great place. Be sure to expect a 2.5 star location. ...
November 12, 2013
I booked this last minute and I have been to the hotel before. It is not a fancy place, more of a place to just lay your head. It was a perfectly good room for the price I paid.
November 12, 2013
Very disappointing - would never stay there again. I was staying there with my adult son. If my wife would have been with us, we would of had to pack up and find something else regardless of whether we had paid in advance or not.
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