Situated less than a 10-minute stroll from Greyhound Bus Station, Golden Nugget Las Vegas offers guests an ideal base when in Las Vegas. Las Vegas's well-known tourist spots are within close proximity to Golden Nugget Casino, with Las Vegas City Hall just a 10-minute walk away. Golden Nugget Las Vegas and Fremont Street Experience are only a two-minute walk from the resort.
Arrived early morning Saturday so guest services took our bags while we went to explore. Sports Book is great, although $100 bet per drink comp ticket is a little absurd when drinks are 2 tickets each''(in comparison, Mirage gave 2 to drink tickets per $25 bet) but oh well.... Location is fantastic. Room was clean and quiet. Our view was a concrete wall but that helped with the noise of Fremont so it was fine by me. Mexican restaurant is excellent. Vic & Anthony's is incredible. Crab Claws at the Chart House were great. Overall, nice hotel. I would absolutely stay there again.
I made an online reservation in Nov for our stay in Feb. Did the express check out in the room. Have no idea if I got the price quoted on line back in Nov. Tried to contact the hotel, via email, to get an itemized receipt no response from the Nugget. Even the emailed conformation for my reservation showed no pricing. Kind of annoying.
"Will be back!"
I loved the hotel. The casino not so much (I wasn't a winner all weekend!) The room was always cleaned well and the beds, omg we're the beds comfy!! I loved that the hotel still had some of the olden day charm to it. We had some issues with the elevators not working properly but with an older building and being used so eaten during the day and night you'll have that. The food in the restaurants was very good as well. Definitely will be staying here again!
"Good value for money"
There are probably two types of people who go to Vegas - those who stay on the strip and those who stay downtown. If you like one area, you'll probably hate the other. Personally I prefer the old part as it has much more personality. The Golden Nugget connects to Freemont Street and all its crazyness, so you might want to check out what you are getting yourself into. Loud music, live concerts, performers, street artists, etc. You'll find it all there. There are several towers with different room prices. I stayed at the Rush Tower on the 18th floor. If you go to bed before midnight, better use the earplugs you'll find in your room. The rooms are fine and everything you'll need is there. The hotel casino is neither large nor small and has something for everyone. There is a central bar with live music in the evenings. There are many restaurants scattered around varying from modern cuisine, Mexican, Italian, Asian fusion, Sushi and more. The hotel pool area is nice and also has an outdoor bar. There is a huge fish tank/ aquarium in the center and a slide runs right through it, pretty cool. There is another large aquarium at the Rush Tower entrance, also very beautiful. I attended a conference and the conference facilities are good, the food provided was very nice. Overall, if you want to have a good time and don't want to spend tons of money on a hotel room, this hotel gives great value for money and its at a perfect location.
Checking in and out were horrible. Not enough staff for the number of people . Elevators , half of them seemed broken and it took way to long to get up or down .Hotel hall ways seemed way over crowded. We stayed on the strip 3 days before coming to the Nugget, guess I was just suffering from culture shock.
Credit cards accepted by the hotel: Visa - MasterCard - American Express - Discover
Check-in: 3:00 PM , Check-out: 11:00 AM