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This upscale complex offers a great location and stunning accommodation just a 5-minute walk from the famous Las Vegas Strip. Travellers will find themselves within ease of access to Charlie Frias Park and only a short drive from the renowned Bellagio Fountains. This impressive hotel offers fabulous leisure and entertainment facilities including a well-equipped fitness centre, impressive spa and a casino. Guests may completely relax in their spacious and light- filled rooms. The units feature elegant furniture and top-notch amenities. They may also dine at the fantastic dining venues, where fl...More details
Check-out ends at: 11:00
Wellness facilitiesCon una piscina al aire libre y muchas otras instalaciones recreativas a tu disposición, no te quedará ni un minuto libre. Tienes también una terraza y jardín donde sentarte a contemplar el paisaje. SOnline check-in..
Business Facilities / FacilitiesCon una piscina al aire libre y muchas otras instalaciones recreativas a tu disposición, no te quedará ni un minuto libre. Se ofrece también conexión a Internet wifi gratis y una zona para barbacoas.Ropa de camaCoffee/Tea Maker
severalFree self parking
StoresRelax at the full-service spa, where you can enjoy massages, body treatments, and facials. You're sure to appreciate the convenience of ski-in/ski-out access at this hotel, which also features 2 indoo
Reception servicesFree self parking
Forced Room Checks by Security Ruin Experience
Reviewed 3 january, 2022
Security bangs aggressively on my hotel room door demanding to come in because I had my do not disturb sign displayed for three consecutive days. This after being told at check in that no room service would be provided unless I asked for it. As I was just getting out of the shower and not fully dressed yet I told them they could not come in, they insisted and said they were coming in anyway. Although the officer was professional the hotel’s poor execution of a legitimate policy provoked and unnecessary confrontation that soured my experience on the last day of my stay at the Orleans. It’s a good thing that security conducts room inspections but when the room is occupied they should be calling the guest to advise that they need to come by, not barging in uninvited as if they were serving a warrant. Completely ruined my first stay at The Orleans.
Our go-to Vegas destination for a decade, but ......
Reviewed 30 december, 2021
...am disappointed that they are not enforcing their mask policy- especially with the Omicron Varient running rampent! Also, too crowded. We were here in Sept & felt very safe, & masks were enforced by the security. But not now. Shouldn't be allowed to smoke in the Casino either, that just spreads it around. All staff is very friendly & prompt as usual, and room is clean- which is good since we're spending more time in it
This hotel needs an update!!
Reviewed 27 december, 2021
Rooms are dark and dingy. They charge a resort fee and said there was a safe in the room. Nope! There wasn’t even a place to hang your clothes! The toilet was so small and low! What a joke. We also had the worst food and service at the coffee shop in the morning. It took forever to get waited on, forever to get a drink, and forever to get our food! My friend’s Belgian Waffle was hard as a brick, my potatoes were so bad I couldn’t eat them. I told the cashier and all she could say was gee I’m sorry. Thank goodness Fridays isn’t run by the hotel. We actually had good service and great food!
Orleans Hotel and Casino is NOT open for business!
Reviewed 21 december, 2021
At least many things are not the same as before Covid-19 like they want you to believe. My wife and I flew to Las Vegas Monday Dec 13, 2021 on an afternoon flight and arrived around 4:00 pm. We wanted to get to The Orleans and TGI Friday's during Happy Hour, so when we arrived by Uber, we didn't even bother to check in – just took our bags to TGIF. Sat down at the bar, I ordered Guiness and my wife ordered Stella Artois. The bartender set the beer down and I made a comment about Happy Hour. She said that they didn't have Happy Hour anymore – due to pandemic. We had one more beer and decided to settle the bill. It was $40 - $10 a beer! I decided to go next door and get some beer and wine for the room and there was a sign saying closed on week days – Only open during weekends. We stayed in room 1920 the first night. Thermostat didn't work and the fan ran steady with no way to shut it off and it sounded like an old dishwasher. The floor lamp turned itself on and off all night long so we changed rooms Tuesday morning. They had a program one day a week called Young at Heart which was available to all B Connected card holders 50 Years and older. It used to be fun and the more you played that day the more chances you had to win prizes. It is still there with much less valuable prizes and it is now only open to Sapphire members and higher – Not the base tier of Ruby members. The Orleans Hotel and Casino, a Boyd-owned property that is quite old and off strip, previously had a very reasonable Resort Fee – I remember paying $13 a night. It is now $39.54 for each night there and it's winter and the pool isn't even open. The Orleans experience has diminished considerably since we were there many times pre-pandemic. Overall, Las Vegas was not much fun for us this time around since many of the activities that we enjoyed doing are not available Monday through Thursday. We flew home Wednesday Dec 15th – our shortest trip ever!
A little vegas
Reviewed 12 december, 2021
Very nice, clean and quite hotel/casino. Well worth cost. Enjoyed the games and atmosphere. Was a little turned off by the lack of places to eat and options for food. Aware it is covid period, but not what I would expect.