JW Marriott Las Vegas Resort & Spa sits among Southern Nevada's most prestigious golf courses and boasts 50 acres of lush gardens along with a resort-style pool with waterfalls and whirlpools.
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"So much for gold status."
Beautiful hotel. Nice staff. Upon check in we were told the pool was close. The lobby bar, the only bar in the hotel itself, was closed for private party. They won’t honor my gold status for free breakfast buffet and free cocktails in concierge lounge, like I get world wide. Also hotel nightly rate won’t apply to my gold status. I guess that’s my fault, as I was told, as I didn’t book directly with the hotel. Live and learn. This place sure doesn’t offer what I am used to world wide as a Gold. Won’t go back.
"More hotel, less casino"
So many hotels in Las Vegas are built around a casino complex, and while unfortunately the JW Marriott isn't an exception, the casino here (the Rampart) at least feels like it takes a back seat to the rest of the hotel. You can check in and get to your room without ever having to step foot on the casino floor. For those of us going to Las Vegas to not gamble and/or see shows, this is a welcome change. The location is far away from the strip and close to a golf course. The only practical way here is by car (either taxi/rideshare or in your own vehicle). Parking is free, which you don't see every day at a JW. The rooms are spacious and comfortable. French doors open to a small balcony to take in the grounds. The bathroom has two sinks, a separate garden tub and waterfall shower. There are walk-in closets. The grounds are a relaxing walk in the morning. There are streams, small waterfalls, Koi ponds, and garden paths. It's a horrible use of water in the desert, but a visually appealing one. There is an outdoor pool and hot tub, but note the pool is seasonal so if you come in the winter it won't be open. The spa building has some shops and other usual spa services, but for those not paying for a massage, the draw here is the fitness center. There is a hydrotherapy pool outside (separate from the main outdoor pool), cardio fitness equipment, and weight training equipment. Unlike many hotels, the selection is a bit more varied here - you will also find spinning bikes, a pull-up station, weight machines and other equipment from your local gym. There is a Yoga studio as well. The casino itself is in the middle of everything and connects the buildings together, but by walking the grounds outside or along the fringes of the casino, you can avoid it for the most part. I recommend you do as, for those not familiar with Nevada, smoking is still permitted in casinos and you will invariably come across the acrid stench of it if you venture into the casino for long. There's no lounge here and breakfast isn't free, but the restaurants (and there's several) on the grounds have very reasonable prices, and are often cheaper than comparable restaurants at other casinos in Vegas. If you're looking to get away from the strip and want less casino and more quiet hotel, this may be the place you're looking for.
"Dissapointing Service and Stay"
A two day stay in Las Vegas and we chose to return to the JW Marriott. Although the staff is friendly, their attention to detail and concern for their guests is lacking. We stayed on the fifth floor of the spa tower and were disappointed that the hallways and room were dated. The hallway wallpaper was discolored from the housekeeping carts, carpets were dirty with trash, and a fan was running in the hallway 24 hours/day for the two days were stayed. We tried to have lunch the afternoon we arrived, but were turned away from their newly renovated Hawthorn Grill. We were informed by the hostess the grill closed at 2 p.m., but with no offer of where we could dine. We returned the following morning to Hawthorn Grill to have breakfast and found our yogurt had expired three weeks earlier. We did visit Spa Aquae and Brenda and Garrick were the highlight of the trip. Both were professional, talented and were truly interested in our care and experience. We asked the night before we left about valet as we needed to leave at 3 a.m. and were assured someone would be outside only to find that was not the case when we arrived. As a Platinum member of Marriott with 900 stays, this was by far one of the most disappointing experiences I have had in some time.
"Nice hotel "
Hotel was nice. Grounds were gorgeous. Rooms and bathroom are large but they could use a facelift. The fitness area is also large but lacks a “new” feeling somehow. Service was good. Close proximity to tivoli village where I️ are at echo and rig and it was fantastic. Great location if you are hiking red rocks too!
"Beautiful grounds! A nice break from the strip"
Really nicely landscaped grounds. Beautiful actually. Pool area looked great but was closed for the season. Rooms are quite large and comfortable. Great bedding. Balconies aren’t much to talk about. Ours was not the Juliet style, of which there are many, but a usable balcony....not big but usable. However, it didn’t have any furniture on it. Don’t get that. Staff was very friendly. Didn’t have a chance to spend time in the casino but did walk through and looked really nice with decent minimum bets. Hawthrorne Grill was a great spot for breakfast with nice outdoor water fountains and landscaping. Definitely will return!
Credit cards accepted by the hotel: Visa - MasterCard - American Express - Diners Club - Japan Credit Bureau (JCB) - Discover
Check-in: 4:00 PM , Check-out: 12:00 PM