Prices are in New Zealand Dollars.
Set on 27 acres of lawns and winding paths, this all-suite resort is 3 blocks from the glitz of the Strip and less than 2 miles from the Las Vegas Convention Center. The resort is 2 miles from airport and 1 mile from shopping district.
Pros: The hotel was amazing! The rooms were all suites and were extremely clean! I felt very safe there as well! Cons: They need microwaves but everything else was 100% perfect!
oasis just off the stripPros: rooms were very big. hotel area was very secure with fences and walls surrounding parking lot. 24 hour security guards. pool and center area of resort is nice and peaceful.
Not a bad stayPros: Clean rooms, smallish casino, close to strip.Cons: Our reservation had an error (third party's fault) but the staff was rather unhelpful with resolving it. It finally was fixed, but after several phone calls and stress on us, the guests. Customer service could be a bit better.
Great Pros: Great overall Cons: Spacious
NicePros: Great place for the price better than most high end hotels with everything you need.
Pros: Very nice first time staying there would come back. Great price and great customer service
Pros: Spacious rooms!!! This was my husband's first visit, and he was impressed. Stated "we need to stay here more often"
Cons: That we couldn't stay longer!!!!
Pros: I like the room. Big, clean and nice. My daughter enjoyed playing the slots in the casino. She loved Willy Wonka machine
Nice spot at the right price Pros: Ww couldn't beat the price when booking our stay in Vegas, so we decided to give Tuscany a shot. First impression is a nice resort style hotel and casino when pulling in. The neighborhood surrounding the property is pretty questionable though, so I'd stay at the hotel and uber/taxi anywhere you need to go. Once we got to our room there is one clear thing you cannot miss, the rooms are HUGE!!! They definitely live up to the suite name. We had a king bed room and it came with a living room area and a dining room table. The bathroom is also huge with a stand alone shower, stand alone tub, and a toilet with its own little room. The casino was fairly clean, not too smoke filled, and a few good restaurants. We ate at the pub and 24/7 Cafe and both were very good. We even ordered drinks and chicken strips while at the pool that were also tasty. Express check out was nice. I'm sure we'll be staying again if the price remains right.Cons: Now for a few of the negatives. We noticed the moment we got there that the building wasn't built with much sound dampening in mind. It is fairly loud in your room with anyone home upstairs. And lucky us we got some later nighters / early birds that we up making a ton of noise at 5 am keeping both of us awake (yes it is that loud). We were able to turn on the TV to eventually drown out the sound and fall back asleep. Another issue we had was with the pool. They charge a resort fee like other major Vegas hotels but don't offer much in return when it comes to a pool. It's small, not well kept up (lots of floaters not filtering out, and they don't adequately cool it for 115 degree days so it feels like bath water. They do offer a lap pool, but we never got the chance to see that. Lastly, don't order drinks from the lounge (near the pool). We ordered a couple sets and should have learned our lesson with the first. No booze, premium price. The bar in the casino offered better value.
GreatPros: Close to the strip, easy to check in, clean, and great beds.
Resort FeePros: When I was shopping for a room, I noticed the final price on each place included a resort fee...except for the Tuscany room. It listed a 'special' rate and there was no resort fee added to that rate...so, I assumed the resort fee was waived. It was not....seemed misleading or downright dishonest.
Pros: Nice, clean and convenient.Cons: None