We recently had an opportunity to stay at the SpringHill Suites Las Vegas Convention Center. This a category 5 hotel in the Marriott Portfolio (You can redeem the anniversary night from your Chase Marriott Premier Rewards card)
This property also offers complimentary breakfast to its guests and does not charge resort fee – a great savings. This property can also accommodate up to 5 guest per room (great option for family)
While this property is a little far from the Strip, it is right next to the Las Vegas convention center and with in walking distance to a few casinos.
This hotel is 24 stories high and we were given a room in 22nd floor.
Check in was smooth and quick, as an elite member, you get to pick a card containing several welcome gifts (points, drink coupons, restaurant discounts). I won 1,000 Marriott points.
Room is spacious enough with a working desk and a pull out sofa. you get a good view of the convention center and some of the casinos in Las Vegas.
Unlike the typical hotel room, there is a separate walk-in shower and toilet area with a vanity in each.
Rooms include Mini refrigerator and if you are staying for longer duration, you may want to carry your water while you are en route to the hotel. Water is very expensive in and around the hotel.
There is a roof top pool and a gym along with a small seating area. It is hardly used during my one night stay.
Breakfast area will be crowded during the breakfast time and elevators can be buys too.. You should give yourself sometime to find a seat and enjoy your breakfast. Breakfast included typical hot and cold items.
There is also an onsite restaurant, business center.
SpringHill Suites Las Vegas Convention Center is conveniently located closed to convention center and is a category 5 hotel in Marriott portfolio. This is a great option if you are looking to redeem your free night certificate from Chase Marriott Premier Rewards card
This hotel offers complimentary breakfast and does not charge resort fee.
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