Westgate Las Vegas

100 Reviews
(800) 732-7117
3000 Paradise Road, Las Vegas, NV89109
93% got a Vegas Hotel Deal

Westgate Las Vegas Review Highlights

Recent Hotel Deals & Upgrades

Recent Room Upgrades: 0% 0/0
All Time Upgrades: 93% 87/94

Room Upgrade Reports

adiganifatwallet
12/25/2006
Tipped:  $20 Upgraded to  Business Suite  from  Standard Room 

As you can probably read from few websites, the trick almost 100% works in LV Hilton. I got upgraded to business suite with TWO double-door entrance to the room, TWO bathrooms, one queen size bed, sofa, super large room (6 times larger than their deluxe room), business desk, and a mini bar with fridge. The suite is located on the EAST TOWER of the hotel. I was happy with the suite but prefer a newer room, king size bed, and a plasma TV. So I came down to the check-in counter and asked for a room change to NORTH or CENTRAL tower (I read somewhere that the North tower just got renovated). I finally got a deluxe room (not a suite) in the north tower. It was no Wynn-class room but I was happy. , I could be happier with LV Hilton. I would come back again in the future if they have good price like that.

Some recommendations:

* Apply for Hilton HHonor card free from hilton website. You can present this card when you check in and put the $20 in between HHonor card and your credit card. It does not matter if you don’t have any points in that card. It is only for showing that you are Hilton member.
* The shimmer cabaret at Hilton does have free show (I think daily) from 10PM to 1:30AM. I didn’t know about this until the last night. You only need to buy 1 drink inside. But you can also just watch it standing from outside free.

In conclusion about LV Hilton:
I was super happy with Hilton, especially with the $250 jackpot that I won on 1 cent slot machine. ^_^

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Chocolate
12/25/2006
Tipped:  $20 Upgraded to  Business Suite (East Tower) // Deluxe Room (North Tower)  from  Standard room 

Time: around 8PM

Price of Reservation: $140+tax (For 4 days 3 nights + $25 dining credit + 2 spa access + 2 cocktails)

Story:

As you can probably read from few websites, the trick almost 100% works in LV Hilton. I got upgraded to business suite with TWO double-door entrance to the room, TWO bathrooms, one queen size bed, sofa, super large room (6 times larger than their deluxe room), business desk, and a mini bar with fridge. The suite is located on the EAST TOWER of the hotel. I was happy with the suite but prefer a newer room, king size bed, and a plasma TV. So I came down to the check-in counter and asked for a room change to NORTH or CENTRAL tower (I read somewhere that the North tower just got renovated). I finally got a deluxe room (not a suite) in the north tower. It was no Wynn-class room but I was happy. I would come back again in the future if they have good price like that.

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Nick
12/15/2006
Tipped:  $20 Upgraded to  Classic 2 Queens  from  Deluxe King 

Reserved a Deluxe King, got there at about 10pm, checked in with the $20 in plain sight and asked if any comp upgrades were available. She pulled out a big picture of what appeared to be my Deluxe King and said it was $50 extra a night. Told her that’s what I reserved and she said they were out of them. I’m like, wait a second, you tell me you’re out of them but I can upgrade to my room I reserved for $50??? What a bitch. She puts me in 2 queen bed room. I go to the room, its pretty crapy. Call down and talk to someone else and say I’m unhappy, and they magically now have a king room available. It’s a “classic” king (read: old) but I take it. That’s the last time I stay at the Hilton

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BrianGa
11/06/2006
Tipped:  $20 Upgraded to  Room /w View  from  Room 

Checked in 4 rooms at the LV Hilton this past Monday.

Placed $40 behind my CC card, liscense, etc.
Was offered only a better view with a high floor, and was asked if I “wanted change” for the $40. I took $20 back.

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LockedOut
05/15/2006
Tipped:  $20 Upgraded to  Jacuzzi Suite  from  Jacuzzi Room 

Check into Hilton 5/15 on the $138 (2 nights) Spa package and just asked for a upgrade and was given another jacuzzi suite with south view towards strip…I went back and tipped her $10 after I saw the room.

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carload
06/13/2006
Tipped:  $20 Upgraded to  Mini Suite  from  Regular Room 

I folded a $20 under my Hilton HHonors card, passed it to the sweet young lady behind the counter and asked if any free upgrades were available. She looked at my bottom-rung blue Hilton card, started mumbling “I don’t…”, then picked up the card and saw the naked $20 on the counter. She all but said “oops”, retrieved the $20, and asked “What would you like?” I scored a spacious mini-suite with a whirlpool bath, fridge (she tried to send me a second), and a great view of the strip, all for four nights.

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joco1976
07/06/2006
Tipped:  $20 Upgraded to  Resort Room  from  Regular Room 

I spent two days in las vegas hilton. When I handed the $20 under my credit card to the check in lady. She smiled back and gave the money back. But she upgraded my room to a resort room… I will try next time. really fun

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vegasdiscounts
08/04/2006
Tipped:  $20 Upgraded to  Upgraded Room  from  Regular Room 

Got a new upgraded room on the 25th floor. Flat screen TV, fridge very contemporary rooms. AWESOME DEAL! $69 and the first in the new rooms!! Wished I did not have rese at MGM. But would have missed the lazy river at MGM.

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KublaKhan
09/24/2006
Tipped:  $20 Upgraded to  Central Tower Suite  from  Deluxe Room 

I placed my ID, CC, and $20 on the counter, mentioned I was here celebrating my birthday and asked if there were any complementary room upgrades available; she seemed like she knew the drill. Also, returning to our room that night we found a gift basket (with fruits and nuts) with a birthday card on the counter of the mini-bar.

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Garett Ishikawa
02/25/2019
Saved:  $-$60 Tipped:  $20 Upgraded to  Unsure  from  Unsure 

Booked a standard King room through Hotwire. Upon check in I presented the “sandwich” , Driver’s License, $20 bill, and my credit card and asked “do you have any comp suite upgrades?” She leaves the $20 up on the counter the proceeds to click away at the computer. She comes back with a picture book telling me we’ll this room is this and this room is that. And asking me how many people I have and how much room do I need? I was like it’s not about the space! I want a suite upgrade. And here’s a $20 tip!!!! So after more looking at the computer screen she comes back with “this room is $60 more! And this room is $120 more etc.”. Finally I end up with a new remodeled room. On concierge level with a nice view for $30 per night additional!

She then asks about my tip that I had placed on the counter. She says “do you need change for this?” I say “sure”. And she gives me change and I just leave her $10. I should have taken the whole thing but I was being nice!

So all in all. My advice is go ahead and try it and if you don’t get anything or have to pay for an upgrade. Grab that tip! Or at least just get change but don’t leave them the whole $20!!!

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