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Marriott Bonvoy hotels in Las Vegas, NV

Marriott Bonvoy hotels in Las Vegas, NV

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This thread refers to the various Marriott brands within a specific geographic area. Marriott Bonvoy hotels in XX usually have posts asking which property is better, etc. Trip reports are usually better suited in the property specific threads.

Below is a list of hotels Marriott has listed for Las Vegas. Where there is a specific "Master" threads for a hotel, the name is a link to that thread:

Full Service:
The Drew Las Vegas Resort (EDITION & JW on the strip)
JW Marriott Las Vegas
Las Vegas Cosmopolitan Hotel
W Las Vegas (co-located with the SLS Tribute Las Vegas)
Las Vegas Marriott
The Westin Lake Las Vegas Resort
The Westin Las Vegas (formerly Westin Casuarina)
Las Vegas Renaissance

Limited Service:
Courtyard Las Vegas Convention Center
Courtyard Las Vegas South
Courtyard Las Vegas Summerlin
Courtyard Las Vegas Henderson/Green Valley
SpringHill Suites Las Vegas Convention Center
SpringHill Suites Las Vegas North Speedway
SpringHill Suites Las Vegas Henderson
Fairfield Inn Las Vegas Convention Center
Fairfield Inn & Suites Las Vegas South
Four Points by Sheraton Las Vegas East Flamingo

Extended Stay:
Residence Inn Las Vegas Convention Center
Residence Inn Las Vegas Hughes Center
Residence Inn Las Vegas South
Residence Inn Las Vegas Henderson/Green Valley
Residence Inn Las Vegas Airport
Residence Inn Las Vegas South/Henderson
TownePlace Suites Las Vegas City Center
TownePlace Suites Las Vegas Henderson
Element Las Vegas Summerlin

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Las Vegas Marriott Grand Chateau
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Old Mar 26, 06, 7:06 pm
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Haven't stayed at either, but have been to both locations. As the previous replies indicate both are very nice properties. The Ritz is in a beautifully developed lakeside residential area, but it is significantly further away from town than Summerlin. The ONLY restaurant choices are at either the Ritz or Hyatt. Either of your choices would be good as long as you don't mind being out of the strip area.
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Old Mar 26, 06, 7:39 pm
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I've stayed at and enjoyed both The Ritz-Carlton and JW Marriott. JW has larger rooms and bathrooms, more dining options, and a better casino. I prefer R-C's pool area, though it is a bit smaller, to that of JW. If you are interested in boating or lake activities, R-C would be the clear winner. R-C is a bit newer than JW with better bedding. JW is very convenient to dingy downtown, if that is of interest to you. It is also slightly closer to The Strip.

On the whole, I prefer the JW Marriott.
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Old Mar 27, 06, 11:56 am
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November Weather

I stayed at the JW last July and loved it. But don't forget that the average highs in Las Vegas for Thanksgiving Week is only 63 degrees.
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Old Mar 27, 06, 3:50 pm
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Originally Posted by dr215
I stayed at the JW last July and loved it. But don't forget that the average highs in Las Vegas for Thanksgiving Week is only 63 degrees.
I second both those comments. I have stayed at the JW twice and it is a great property, but a ways from the strip. AND, most LV pools will be closed at Thanksgiving, or if open, you will likely need a sweater out there.
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Old Mar 28, 06, 6:36 pm
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Originally Posted by dr215
I stayed at the JW last July and loved it. But don't forget that the average highs in Las Vegas for Thanksgiving Week is only 63 degrees.
Agree--we were there Christmas weekend, and it was COLD! Even though we received a HUGE suite as an MR platinum, the hotel just did not excite me. I think it was one of the most disappointing JW stays I can recall. Location is hardly exciting with some upscale shopping--would rather be on the strip even though I never gamble. If I were going back to Las Vegas for a weekend--would try out the new Renaissance on the strip.
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Old Mar 29, 06, 8:51 am
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I have stayed at this property several times.Every type of room they have from a basic room(yery big for a standard-with a huge closet and a big bathroom)to a 2 bedroom/2 1/2 bathroom suite(fantastic-bigger than my house!)and I love this property.
However,I find the company that operates the casino side is marketing to a very different class of customer than the clientele of the JW-and that can lead to some problems.Namely the restaurants opperated by the hotel are pretty nice,the casino run restaurants are pretty bad IMO.Also have had some problems at the pool with roudy casino guests while I was trying to relax.
But it is still a great property for a nice change from the regular vegas bustle.
The Ritz is just toooooo far out of town to be of interest to me-but if you like to park yourself at one property for a couple of days and not wander than go for it.
But I would stay at the JW.
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Old Mar 29, 06, 9:27 am
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Thumbs up Final Decision

Folks, I appreciate all the insights about the properties, I have decided to pass on the Ritz in this occasion and select the JW Marriott.

Thanks,

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Old Apr 19, 06, 2:51 pm
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$58/night at Las Vegas Marriotts for UNLV travelers

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Old Apr 19, 06, 5:39 pm
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above is a very limited corp rate code

It is useless to the general public.
Moderator please move.
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Old Apr 19, 06, 5:50 pm
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This has also been posted in the hotel deals forum.

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Old Apr 19, 06, 6:22 pm
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Please help me to understand why this thread should be deleted. I agree that these very low rates are available only to a limited group of travelers, but for people who qualify -- or think that they do -- why not take advantage? What I will do is rename the thread to reduce confusion.

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Old Apr 19, 06, 6:25 pm
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IMHO the most appropriate place would be the sticky where all the codes are posted, although it seems that this does not have one.

Good luck for anybody trying to use this one.

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Old Apr 19, 06, 6:34 pm
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Yes, I had a similar thought initially, but without a booking code, I decided not to follow through.

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Old Jul 4, 06, 2:20 am
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FWIW, the Fairfield Inn is just up the street from the RI Hughes, its almost across from Gordon Biersh, and has newly designed guest rooms that are nice for a FI. Not the best location, but I noticed their airport shuttle driver takes folks to the strip or around town when he is in between or on an airport run.
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Old Jul 4, 06, 9:29 pm
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Have stayed at both the Marriott Suites and the CY nearby. Both are quite good. Above average for their respective genres, and each is about a five minute walk to the North End of the Strip. Closest "major" casino hotels would be the LV Hilton and Riviera (Hilton essentially across the street...Riv almost adjoining). Flamingo and neighboring casino hotels would be about a ten or fifteen minute walk from either of these.
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