Non-gaming hotel located south of the famous Las Vegas Strip
Located away from, but with easy access to the vibrant Las Vegas Strip, the Grandview Hotel Las Vegas (also known as The Grandview At Las Vegas) offers one and two bedroom accommodations in a non-gaming environment.
Guests will find that they are able to enjoy the splendor and razzmatazz of Vegas by day or night if they choose, and return to the hotel resort for a peaceful rest.
The 3-star resort hotel consists of 1456 guestrooms across six tower buildings, the tallest of which stands 20-stories high. Each suite-style guestroom features bedroom(s), bathroom, kitchen, living, and dining areas. Amongst the facilities to be found are cable television, CD player, DVD player, air-conditioning, microwave, refrigerator, and tea and coffee making facilities.
Climate control and blackout curtains allow guests to find a suitable interior environment be it during the day or late into the night. Bathrooms offer complimentary toiletries and are fitted with jet-spray bathtubs, as well as a vanity mirror.
The Grandview offers a number of recreational choices for guests. Five outdoor swimming pools, each with a hot tub, are ideal for those looking to enjoy some water-based fun, or those just looking to bathe under the Nevada sunshine. A fitness center provides more energetic guests with a place to work-out.
Younger guests will enjoy the games arcade, whilst all visitors can enjoy a caf or barbecue when looking to dine.
The Grandview Hotel Las Vegas is located opposite the South Point Casino. It also resides within six miles of the world-famous Las Vegas Strip. Visitors looking to enjoy the gaming tables and slot machines of Sin City will not need to travel far.
The Las Vegas Strip, which is located on Las Vegas Boulevard further north of the Grandviews address, is very much a tourist attraction itself, without the need of stepping inside a casino. The illuminations that shine bright above the Nevada desert provide a stunning sight from ground level, whilst postcard-friendly landmarks like the Eiffel Tower, Statue of Liberty, and the Sphinx make for an intriguing backdrop.
Of course, the city is filled with world-famous casinos, such as Caesars Palace, the Bellagio, and the Mirage, all of which feature a world of gaming and betting. Many also feature regular performances, from cabaret acts to international superstars.
Those that find theyve had enough of the Las Vegas lights can visit the Downtown area for a host of restaurants and shopping centers, as well as a host of typical city facilities.
Alternatively, venturing outside of the city limits is also recommended. The Nevada wilderness offers some of the finest natural landscapes visitors can find. Trips to the likes of the Grand Canyon and Hoover Dam, as well as many of the Native American heritage landmarks, will soon make guests forget about the bright lights of Las Vegas, NV.
Those looking for something a little closer to the Grandview Hotel Las Vegas may enjoy a round of golf on one of the many courses nearby or a football or basketball game at the University of Nevada-Las Vegas.