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Golden Nugget Hotel Las Vegas4 Stars
129 East Fremont Street Las Vegas NV 89101
Golden Nugget is situated in Downtown Las Vegas, Nevada, six miles to McCarran International Airport. Holidaymakers can watch shows at The Smith Center for the Performing Arts and go shopping at Las Vegas Premium Outlets - North on leisure.
All deluxe rooms and suites at the casino hotel come outfitted with 42-inch flat-screen TV and iron/ironing board. Some units have whirlpool bath, separate living room and Las Vegas Strip view.
The restaurants at Golden Nugget Las Vegas serve an array of tempting Asian and Western cuisines in different settings. Guests can also chill with drinks at the chic hotel bars.
Recreation facilities at Golden Nugget Hotel Las Vegas include well-furnished casino, spa, heated pool and Jacuzzi. Boutiques are also available on site for convenience. Patrons can hold corporate conventions and social events of up to 1,300 persons at the several meeting spaces on site.
- NOTE: All US domestic and land only (international and domestic) reservations confirmed on or after 26 June 2013 and are arriving on or after 1 July 2013 will be charged a Downtown Destination Fee of $5.00 USD (plus 13% tax) daily, per room upon check-in. This fee includes access to the seven-block open-air pedestrian mall located outside the hotel.
- 3 km to the City Centre
- 10 km to the Airport (Las Vegas)
- Bar / Lounge
- Gym / Fitness Facilities
- Parking Facilities
- Swimming Pool - Outdoor
- Conference Facilities
- Laundry Facilities
- Parking Facilities (At Cost)
- Room Service
- Disabled Facilities
- Air Conditioning
- Pay-per-view Movies
- Cable / Satellite TV
- Iron / Ironing Board
- Colour TV
- Modem / Data Port Connection
Golden Nugget Hotel Las Vegas Guest Reviews (189)
What more can you say it was just a perfect place to stay at I rate it 110 out of 100 Lillian and Bill Singers New Zealand
Bill and Lill wrote on December 7, 2012
Apart from being situated on Fremont street, there is not much else..
JennH wrote on April 17, 2012
We checked in and agreed the room was not what we expected. It looked like it hadn't been dusted in a long time. Every time we flushed the toilet it kept flushing so we called the front desk, they sent someone up and he said he fixed it. Well it continued so we called 2 more times. The 3rd time it appeared to be ok but then we flushed again and it overflowed. I'm glad it was just clear water. Then someone came in, cleaned it up and it was fine. I wanted to be moved to another room but we had already unpacked and decided we weren't in the room long enough to bother. When we left the hotel, we were speaking with another couple we had met on the shuttle and they said they had a nice room and were only charged $34.00 for the room. They made their own arrangements so I will be waiting for my price assurance check. I would also like to comment on the flight. The flight to the hotel was ok except we were seated in the middle seats on opposite sides of the plane. I called to see if we could get seats together and was told to ask when we checked in, so we did and they said the seats were all taken. Not Happy, but we dealt with it. I also tried to make sure our return flight would have seats together but was told we had to wait 24 hours before the flight then I could ask to be seated together when we checked in, again no success. Also, I had requested a wheel chair which we did not get and the flights were so close together we didn't have time to wait for one so my husband helped me as best he could. Then I received a voice mail from you Friday evening stating that one of the flights had been canceled. I was frantic. I am diabetic and I just brought enough insulin till Sunday because it needs to be refrigerated and we did not have a way to do that. It would have been nice if we were advised why our flight was canceled and what we should do next. My husband called the airline and they were trying to help. He was making these calls on the cell phone that almost ran out before the end of the conversation because he had been put on hold so many times. We were finally told to take the original flight from Vegas to Newark, to Boston and then to Syracuse. Then to top it off, I received another voice mail message after we got on the plane telling us that our flight from Vegas to Cleveland was on time, leaving at 11:05am and the flight from Cleveland to Syracuse was also on time, leaving at 8:15pm. But we were already on the plane, waiting to leave from Vegas on our "alternate trip". Needless to say, Next time I will make our own arrangements or call a travel agent. We are very dissatisfied with the communication skills of your people! We booked our flight on or about December 15 so we thought we had plenty of time to have decent seats together. Anyway, to sum it up, I think that the people making these status calls should advise us what we should do or at least give us a contact number.. When I tried to call the number from the voice mail messages, I got a recorded message saying the number was not able to receive calls and was an out going line only. Now I am trying to send this review to you and it says I am using inappropriate language so I have changed a few pronouns and hope you get this message.
Unhappy in Vegas wrote on January 22, 2012
Great Experience. All the staff were pleasant. House keeping staff were all great. I will definetely comeback again.
Orco wrote on January 22, 2012
The staff was absolutely fantastic. Check in was a breeze. The pool was exciting and fun. The upper pool was a dream. The amount of brass was over the top and gaudy, but the place reeked of old school Vegas. The only drawback was the desk that tried to sell you timeshares in exchange for free shows, but they weren't affiliated with the actual hotel. It's in the older part of the city, but the night show on the street was exciting and free. Very different from the strip experience, but charming and earthy. We will be back.
Jackie Boy wrote on January 20, 2012
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