SLS Las Vegas

47 Reviews
2535 S Las Vegas Blvd, Winchester, NV89109
86% got a Vegas Hotel Deal
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Recent Room Upgrades: 0% 0/0
All Time Upgrades: 86% 36/42

Room Upgrade Reports

Tipped:  $20 Upgraded to  Tangiers tower suite with great view  from  standard 

Offered the tip and the lady was very nice and accomdating. It was for sure worth the $20.

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Tipped:  $40 Upgraded to  2 Corner Suites  from  2 Standard Rooms 

We were traveling with another couple, but had booked 2 rooms with same reservation. Thus, handed over $40 with credit card and requested upgrade. Clerk went away to check & came back with approval. Great deal to have huge corner suites with bar/living room/balcony on ~23rd floor all for an extra $5/room/night.

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Tipped:  $20 Upgraded to  deluxe  from  standard 

Stayed in my friend’s room (on 5th floor) for the first night and it was a STY! Dirty bathroom, grimy shower faucets, wallpaper peeling, etc… Checked in for my room the next afternoon and asked for a ‘complimentary upgrade’. He offered me a deluxe room on the 25th floor. Never stayed here before so I said ‘fine’. Room was EXACTLY the same as my friend’s only much cleaner. No real view either. I guess it was worth the $20 for the cleanliness, but may not be to some.

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Tipped:  $20 Upgraded to  16th floor Suite  from  Standard 

Asked her for any complimentary upgrades after handing her the twenty between my ID and CC, she noticed and put it on her keypad as she typed away, and then gave me a suite on the Alexandria tower.

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Tipped:  $20 Upgraded to  One room suite in the Alexandria Tower  from  Standard from 

Arrived on 8/10/2007 and tried the trick for the first time. Placed the $20 between CC and ID and handed it to a female clerk who did not have a name badge on. She did a lot of typing into the computer and gave us our keys and never really said anything the entire time. Gave me everything back incluing the $20, which she never took. Got up to the room to discover we received a suite in the Alexandria tower on a corner room on the 8th floor. AC didn’t work real well, but had plenty of space in the room. We went back downstairs and handed the clerk the $20, which she gladly accepted.

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Roger M
Tipped:  $20 Upgraded to  Tangiers Suite  from  Deluxe Room 

This was my second attempt at the infamous $20 tip. The first time, at Flamingo, worked well. In any event, I arrived very late at night on a Thursday for a two night stay. There was only one man working the front desk. There was no line. I slipped the $20 in between the cards and handed them over. It was funny because the $20 bill sort of “stuck” to the credit card and he did not notice it behind the CC. I had to reach my hand over the counter and shake the $20 loose. I said “This is for you,” followed by, “I was hoping you had something in a complimentary suite upgrade.” He understood and said he would try but cautioned that there was no guarantee. I wanted a corner suite in the Alexandria (which I have stayed in before) and was also open to the suite on the top floor of the Tunis because of positive feedback on this site. However, all he had available was a suite on the 27th (top) floor of the Tangiers (the newest tower). It was certainly nicer than the standard room, but not nearly as roomy as the suite in the Alex. The Tangiers suite had very high ceilings and windows that were just about floor-to-ceiling. I had a north facing room with an awesome view of the Stratosphere. The living room had a couch with two chairs, coffee table, side tables, and 25″ TV. There was a wet bar with 2 barstools and a refrigerator. The bedroom was nice but not ornate. It also had a 25″ TV. Nothing fancy. The bathroom was nice and had a very large tub. I am 6’3″ and could fit comfortably in the tub, which is rare. The room did not have a balcony, which is one of the advantages of the Alex suite. All in all, I was very pleased with the “value” and would certainly try this each time I visit Vegas. BTW, tried the $20 trick at a recent stay at a Rennaissance Hotel in Southern California and got upgraded to a very nice suite. Thanks again !!

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Tipped:  $20 Upgraded to  Standard  from  Standard 

Slipped the lady $20, and was put in a deluxe room with a view of the strip, but no air conditioning. Next day was put in a smoking standard room with 2 full beds, worst smell in any hotel I’ve ever stayed . Finally was put in a standard non-smoking room with one bed on day 3 of our trip.

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Tipped:  $20 Upgraded to  Deluxe  from  Standard 

I’d say it was a busy weekend, got there with a little hope that this trick would work. Checked in around 2pm, slipped in $20 between my ID and Credit Card, and asked if we can get a complementary upgrade. She said ‘I’ll see what I can do for you’, and upgraded a deluxe room in 19th floor with a strip view and balcony. Not bad, saved around $80 total for 2 nights, could’ve paid a lot more 🙂

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Tipped:  $20 Upgraded to  A one-room suite on the 27th floor  from  A typical room from allegiant air 

We arrived at around 4:30 PM and waited in line for about 10 minutes. I put the $20 between my ID and Credit Card. I asked the clerk about a King Bed and non-smoking room. The clerk started typing and when she noticed the $20 she became very friendly and I then asked about any upgrades that were available. She said that she would take care of it. She haded us our key card and when we went to the 27th floor we had a great view of the Strat with a King Bed and an enormous bathroom.

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Tipped:  $20 Upgraded to  Tangiers 1-room Suite (27th floor)  from  Deluxe Room 

We booked the Deluxe Room in advance, with hopes of upgrading. We arrived right at check-in (3PM) and got a really friendly clerk who chatted with us. I slipped the $20 between my ID and credit card, and asked about a complimentary upgrade. She said, “I’ll see what I can find,” set the tip by the keyboard, and typed for a few minutes. She said she found a suite, but it only had one bed (when we had requested two). I asked about getting a rollaway bed (which she said would cost about $10 per night), and she secured the room. We got a suite at the top floor of the Tangiers Tower, and it was really nice — sitting area, bar with fridge, and a big walk-in closet.

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