Planet Hollywood

350 Reviews
3667 Las Vegas Boulevard South, Las Vegas, NV89109
91% got a Vegas Hotel Deal
Planet Hollywood Hotel

Planet Hollywood Review Highlights

Recent Hotel Deals & Upgrades

Recent Room Upgrades: 0% 0/0
All Time Upgrades: 91% 278/305

Room Upgrade Reports

Tipped:  $0 Upgraded to  Resort Room /w View  from  Regular Room 

I was just in Vegas from June 29th to July 3rd. Checked into Aladdins and tried the 20 dollar trick even while knowing it will be a busy weekend. I asked how her day was, and tried to be as friendly as I can. Then I asked for a complimentary upgrade after slipping the 20 under the ID and she after a minute of typing, she said “we can give you a resort room with a view of the Bellagio fountains.

Room wasn’t a suite but it was better than the one I would of ended up with. It was overlooking the pool, the bellagio fountains and I was able to see fireworks on the 2nd. I checked the price difference of the room and it was $50/night difference. 20 dollars for the 4 night upgrade was worth it to me. I didn’t bother to push her to give me a nicer room since it was a busy weekend but I think she would of offered me one if it was a slower weekend.

Oh yea, and I booked this on Priceline. Whoever said it doesn’t work if you book through Priceline was probably just unlucky.

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Tipped:  $20 Upgraded to  Resort Room  from  Deluxe Room 

I tried the $20 trick at the Aladdin. I checked in around 11PM on Tues. June 13th. This was my first time, so I was pretty nervous. There is a lot of construction going on at the Aladdin, since they are converting it to Planet Hollywood. My cc is clear in parts of it, so I made sure the larger number (20) was showing through it. I handed it to him, did a double-take, looked down and saw the 20 through the card and turned to his computer. As I handed my card to him, I asked if there were any upgrades available. He did some work at the computer and said, “We don’t usually do this, but we were able to get you a nice room near the elevator.” I said thanks, and left to check out the room. He upgraded us from a deluxe room to the resort room for free. We didn’t notice any construction going on, and we were the first room from the elevator. Def worth the $20

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Tipped:  $20 Upgraded to  Regular Room /w View  from  Regular Room 

Just got back from Aladdin. $20 upgrade worked like a charm. Asked if an upgrade was possible. Got two rooms on the 22nd floor overlooking the strip and a great view of the Eiffel Tower.

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Tipped:  $20 Upgraded to  Regular Room /w View  from  Regular Room 

4 nights at the Aladdin worked not problems 23rd floor view of the strip Thanks Fat Wallet
Also did 6 days white water rafting in the canyon WOW trip of a lifetime

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Tipped:  $20 Upgraded to  Resort Vista /w View  from  Regular Room 

Stayed 3 nights at Aladdin – Worked like a charm and they upgraded us to a resort vista overlooking the strip from a standard room. (Amazing and was well worth it) Big change from the room we would have had. How do I know because the other person in my party checked in before and we compared the two rooms.

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Tipped:  $20 Upgraded to  Suite /w View  from  Standard Room 

Just got back from Vegas – 4 nights at the Alladin using the $49/night deal. Arrived around midnight and did the $20 trick. Worked like a charm, was upgraded to a suite with view of the pool. I’m sure if I asked we could have gotten a view of the fountains. Thanks!!

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Tipped:  $20 Upgraded to  North Tower /w View  from  Regular Room 

I tried the $20 trick at the Aladdin on a $59 night players club rate and was told no upgrades were available for player club rates so I pulled back the $20 and asked for a room with a view…she gave us a nice King room in the North tower on the 26th floor facing the fountains!

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Tipped:  $20 Upgraded to  Resort Room  from  Standard Room 

I just returned from the Aladdin. At the front desk, we asked the lady to check and see if there were any complimentary upgrades, slid the 20.00 under the credit card. She said sure and upgraded us from a standard deluxe to a resort room with a great view, a couch, and his and her sinks.

Simple as pie, no tricks or magic words

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Tipped:  $20 Upgraded to  Regular Room /w View + Jacuzzi  from  Regular Room 

Stayed 3 night at Aladdin $49/night, asked for a room upgrade, front desk said no at first, but when he saw my bill under my credit card, he put my bill and credit card on the keyboard, then did a lot of typing, and asked me if smoking is ok for me… I accepted it, it was on 33rd floor with a view to the Paris tower and Bellagio fountain + a Jaccuzz in the bathroom.

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Tipped:  $20 Upgraded to  Room /w View  from  Room 

Just rolled back in from Vegas and the Aladdin about 30 minutes ago. Stayed at Aladdin May 7-11, checked in around 12:20am Monday morning. Handed the girl my card with the 20 underneath and asked if there were any complimentary upgrades. She said she would check. After about 3-4 minutes of typing around, she said she had one for me on the 23rd floor (top floor of that set of elevators) that is normally 50 more per night. It was a good view, although it was on the south strip side. Bathroom was insanely large. Separate glass shower, bath tub, separate crapper, two sinks across the room from each other. Spacious enough sleeping area with a somewhat small couch. Two very large windows. BUT BUT BUT… my other friend who checked in some other guys got a room that was the EXACT same setup as mine, and did not tip the clerk. They didn’t have as good of a view as us or as high up, but still got the same type of room. Didn’t complain, tho, because I loved it for 69/night + 20 tip. Even got to see the Boardwalk get blown up at like 2:30 in the morning. I forgot what morning it was

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Planet Hollywood Details

Planet Hollywood is a Las Vegas resort and casino that was founded in 1991 by Bryan Kestner, a former actor, producer and businessman. Kestner was the founder of the Hard Rock Café, which turned out to be highly successful. He believed his Planet Hollywood venture would be equally so. The company was pretty profitable initially, but things went downhill in the 20th century. Planet Hollywood had to change hands before things started to improve.

The casino has received support from numerous celebrities. It faced a history of financial problems due to poor management and was eventually sold to Caesars Entertainment in 2010. Under new management, it has become one of the most popular casinos in The Entertainment Capital of the World.

Well Known Celebrities Support Planet Hollywood Brand

Planet Hollywood is one of the best known casinos in the world. One of the reasons it is so famous is that a large number of celebrities have endorsed it over the years. A-list celebrities that support the casino include Arnold Schwarzenegger, Bruce Willis, Demi Demore and Sylvester Salone. The casino gave many of these actors free Esops in exchange for their patronage, which helped boost the brand.

However, the value of the publicity they provided declined as they got older and their performance in the box offices started to decline. According to the Economic Times, the casino’s revenues declined after they gold older, which contributed to the problems that led to the casino filing for bankruptcy twice.

After Caesar took over the ailing establishment, it has found new ways to leverage celebrities to boost its reputation. In a rather controversial move, Planet Hollywood recently hosted a showdown between GOP presidential hopefuls Donald Trump and Marco Rubio. Planet Hollywood has also recently provided accommodations to Pitbull, Janet Jackson and other leading celebrities, which is helping improve its brand.

Britney Spears has recently spent $100,000 to make a career comeback, which includes a two-year residency at Planet Hollywood. She will be making dozens of performances at the resort, which is expected to help create traction for both parties.

Customer Reviews of Planet Hollywood

Planet Hollywood is one of the highest rated casinos on the Las Vegas Strip. It is recommended by 86% of Expedia members that have visited it.

There are a number of reasons that Planet Hollywood is so strongly recommended. It is well-known for having attentive staff and providing fun activities, both for people that want to gamble or enjoy the resort. Many people have said that it is especially good for single people, since there aren’t many kids around. However, one of the biggest reasons that many people enjoy their stay at Planet Hollywood is that it is right in the center of the Strip, which makes it easy to enjoy their stay in Las Vegas.