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Imperial Palace Hotel & Casino

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Booking: call +1 (702) 794-3114
Address: 3535 Las Vegas Blvd S, Las Vegas, NV 89109
 
. Some rooms have balconies. Wireless Internet access and TVs with video games and pay movies are provided. Tropical-decor rooms Guestroom furnishings at the Imperial may include armoires and dining sets. Other attractions include a $100 million classic-auto collection and a seasonal, poolside luau and Polynesian revue, with roasted pig. Celebrity lookalikes Celebrity impersonators pay tribute to legendary musical acts. The convention center is less than 3 miles away.Las Vegas action Located in the center of the Strip, this Asian-themed hotel is across the street from the Forum Shops at Caesars.

Imperial Palace Hotel & Casino website: http://www.imperialpalace.com/
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Pool
Breakfast
Restaurant
Spa

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Room amenities:

Smoking rooms only
Electronic/magnetic keys
Electronic check-out
Cribs (infant beds) available
Rollaway beds
Video-game console
Clock radio
Television
Iron/ironing board
Shower/tub combination
Hair dryer
Complimentary toiletries
Housekeeping
Wake-up calls
Refrigerator (on request)
Telephone
Voice mail
Internet access - surcharge
Blackout drapes/curtains
Climate control
Air conditioning
Hypo-allergenic bedding available
Pay movies
Cable/satellite TV
Internet access - wireless
  Property amenities:

Wedding services
Tour assistance
Swimming pool - outdoor seasonal
Steam room
Spa tub
On-site car rental
Porter/bellhop
Meeting rooms (small groups)
Gift shops or newsstand
Full-service health spa
Express check- in
Event catering
Elevator/lift
Concierge desk
Cell phone/mobile rental
Beauty services
Shopping on site
Poolside bar
Ballroom(s)
Medical assistance available
Banquet facilities
Dry cleaning/laundry service
Multilingual staff
Shoe shine
Currency exchange
ATM/banking
Hair salon
Number of floors: 19
Safe-deposit box - front desk
24-hour front desk
Security guard
Express check-out
Number of rooms: 2,640
Audio-visual equipment
Arcade/game room
Internet access in public areas - surcharge
Internet access - wireless
Internet access in public areas - high speed
Business center
Conference room(s)
Bar/lounge
Restaurant(s) in hotel
Room service (24 hours)
Casino
Health club
Air-conditioned public areas
Fitness equipment
 
Location highlights
  • Convention center nearby
  • In desert
  • In entertainment district
  • Airport nearby

Reviews


. That was the only problem we had. We got back to the hotel too late and too tired to wait for someone to bring some replacements. The third night maid forgot to replace the towels we wanted changed. Stayed three nights. Rooms and comfortable and clean.Trip Hotel is in great location on the strip.



.Not impressed nice for it’s age.



. The bath look old an nasty. The tube didnt work properly. Looks like a motel.Not impressed I really dont like the Hotel.



. The best thing about this place is location location location! Travelers tip on nightlife Right outside that hotel is so many clubs/bars to go to, short walk! RockHouse, Carnival Court, Piano Bar, Toby’s I Love This Bar. The room was very basic but clean. The music was a bother at times but also fun while hanging out on balcony. Had a balcony and was right in front of the Carnival Court with the loud music. My room was in the very front tower, facing strip.For the budget minded This hotel is for the person that is probably on a budget or just doesn’t mind the "place to sleep".



. I would not recommend this hotel to an enemy. I feel like they should have paid me to stay there. AND the elevators were soooo incredibly slow it was extremely irritating. The room was very run down, the carpets were stained, the ceiling was black, the bathtub did not drain and the bed was all springs. We arrived on a Thursday night and waited in line for 2 hours to check in....Will not return to this hotel.



. The only downfall is the wait time for elevators.Good Everything was great for the price we paid.



. Great location for people who don’t spend a lot of time in their room. The rooms are small and the neighborhood has a party atmosphere. I wouldn’t say this is as family friendly as other hotels in the area. We would stay there again for the value and location. That was a huge downside to our stay, but the staff is used to the request to switch rooms. The staff cheerfully switched our room the second night. You won’t believe how loud that is, and it is almost impossible to sleep through the constant noise. Be sure to ask for a room that does not face the street with the all-night music. It is not at all fancy, but we didn’t spend a lot of time in our room.Great location The hotel is right in the middle of the strip, so the location was perfect.



. Yes, the elevators up and down can be slow at times, yes the rooms could be fancier, yes, the hotel overall seems a little run-down compared to say, the Venetian, and yes, the wireless internet available costs extra, but all in all it was a good value, especially if you spend most of your time out and about, not in the hotel, and just need a place to sleep. It’s very centrally located on the strip, and I had no significant issues with the room, the hotel or anything else. I just needed an inexpensive place to stay while spending most of the day at the Venetian and Imperial Palace did the trick.Basic but it’s in the middle of the strip I stayed at the basic Imperial Palace while attending a conference at the much fancier Venetian.



But there are a couple of reason why we always want to stay @the imperial: -center of the strip -prices are reasonable -pool (lot of students) -casino has a nice and old atmosphere Travelers tip on saving a few bucks right in on las vegas blvd & center of the strip, rock bar is integrated in the hotel complex, try to get a room with balconie and view to the pool. Dont expect anything fancy, the hotel is a 3-star hotel, not more not less.Center of the Strip, perfect for low budget + good quality It was our 3rd visit in LV and we choosed the IP for the 2nd time.



More like a motel 8!!!!!!. Actually dangerous to walk around .Terrible stay away! Dirty and in a terrible alley.



The car museum is wonerful!! Travelers tip on getting the most out of your stay Watch the dealer-tainers for no-cost entertainment!!. Imperial Palace is small and charming. The restaurant at Imperial Palace was under renovation, but the diner at Harrahs (next door) worked very well. It is walking distance to Caezars Palace, Belagios, and the Forum Mall.Perfect Location I thought the location of Imperial Palace was perfect.



. No problems Travelers tip on saving a few bucks not too far from ceasars palace. Clean room.Average hotel stay Had a great time.



. I couldn’t file a complaint because only one person was there to listen and they had a long line of people wanting to complain. Thank god we were on the third floor. We had to carry our bags down the stairs. On the morning that we left we almost missed our ride to the airport because all 5 elevators that stopped on our floor were full. We had to use the stairs when going down, but you can’t use them going up because the doors are locked on all floors except for the pool and lobby. As for the elevators, if you were on one of the top 18 floors you were ok but if you were on a lower floor forget it. Tiles were broken on the shower wall. When taking a shower the tub almost over flowed as did the sink when brushing your teeth.I will never stay with this hotel again The problem was the room that was located behind the casino and the 6 elevators for 18 floors.



. You’ll have fun even if you don’t gamble because there’s a lot to see and they can even be free. Travelers tip on getting the most out of your stay Check out all the free shows in Vegas before you go. Good place to stay for people on a budget. It’s just a little behind the strip[ but the sstreet is easily accessible. The room was good and big enough for 2 people.; well worth the value.I can stay there again.



00, get a 24hr pass on the double duce, get the ’freemont street experience!’ it’s a must do!!. right in the middle of all the action, great location!! McDonalds & StarBucks right around the corner too lol Travelers tip on nightlife This hotel is right in the middle of everything!! Pay $7.Amazing view!! our room was on the 14th floor, view of most other casinos and mountains! How can you go wrong with that! Wasn’t the ’best’ hotel but not a slum hotel by far! would definitely stay there again.



WE WILL NEVER BE BACK!. COMPARED TO OTHER CASINOS THAT WE VISITED, WE MADE A POOR CHOICE. THE SECOND ROOM HAD A VIEW OF THE PARKING GARAGE ROOFS AND THE MOUNTAINS IN THE DISTANCE. THE VIEW OF THE FIRST ROOM WAS OF THE PARKING GARAGE. AS FAR AS FINDING YOUR WAY AROUND IN THE HOTEL, WE FELT WE WERE IN A MAIZE. IT TOOK FOREVER TO GET FROM THE CASINO OR THE STRIP FROM THE ROOM.NOT IMPRESSED OUR ROOM WAS AT THE FURTHEST DISTANCE FROM THE STRIP.



. You can find a quite place to sit at a bench, pick up a wireless network signal, and do some work. Travelers tip for business travelers Across the street are the forum shops at Caeser’s. The staff was fine, and the room was neat. But the limited ability of the sink and tube to drain water (don’t run water while brushing teeth)wasn’t expected. The view was interior (to be expected at the price). Check-in wait (at 12:30AM)was very long. Food was very expensive and of mediocre quality. No lobby/lounge to sit in on the 1st floor. Everything had an add-on charge (like internet access and long distance (in US) calling) and the fees were high. Cheap also describes the hotel. This was it. I needed a cheap place to stay in Vegas for business.It was cheap, and felt like it.



. Easy access. Monoraile station is located at the end of the hotel. Travelers tip on local attractions It’s well located in the middle of the strip.k. Ceiling in the casino is low, but you can not smell the smoke so it’s o.Stay was nice and relaxing New slot machines in the casino.



. You get what you pay for. However, the staff was nice, and breakfast in the tea room is good (but it’s understaffed). The elevators are slow. The slots were tight and the casino is noisy. Adequate is a good word. My room was clean, but could not be described as nice. Imperial Palace has one thing going for it: location...If you’re not too picky.



. Wife and I go a little more off strip and get much more for the money. Other than that, the shower was strong, the tv and ac worked, and who stays long in the room anyway? Travelers tip on getting the most out of your stay We stayed here because it was for my daughter’s 21st and I wanted her in the middle of it all. It was very small, the fan was in-operative and the toilet seat lid was missing.Not bad for the price Room was average size, not too beat up, maids were efficient, only gripe would be with the bathroom.



. It was convenently located. Travelers tip on nightlife We were glad it was on the strip. I was a long walk from the elevator, and the closer elevator wasn’t working.Great Hotel We were really pleased with the service of the hotel.



. Not recommended at any price. The room was old and beat up, Faucet leaked, bed was hard, pillows were old and flat, linen was dirty and full of lint. The line for check in was long and slow.Uncomfortable.



. FOR THE PRICE OF THE ROOM THE STAY IS GREAT! WHAT MORE CAN YOU ASK FOR BUT TO BE RIGHT IN THE HEART OF THE STRIP. STAFF WAS FRIENDLY. THEY TRY TO KEEP IT UP.FOR THE PRICE THE LOCATION IS THE BEST HOTEL IS AVERAGE.



The only thing I enjoyed about our stay at the Imperial Palace was CHECKING OUT!!! Travelers tip on recreational activities The Hoover Dam tour was fantastic!!!!!. The pool area was okay, water was warm and inviting. The burger place on the fifth floor had a long wait, so-so food and was extremely over priced. The hotel boasts about the wonderful dining they offer.v was small with terrible reception and the bed pillows were very, very lumpy. The t. The sink in the bathroom would overflow before you could finish brushing your teeth and the shower had so much water pressure and a sharp stream that it hurt to use it. The room was in serious need of maintenence. The stairwell doors are locked so that is not an option. We stayed on the third floor with an average elevator wait time of over five minutes every time we were coming or going from our floor. The layout is very confusing with some elevators only going to certain floors.Things you should know about the Imperial Palace Las Vegas The Imperial Palace is not a place I would ever stay at again.



. Don’t expect to stay in the hotel casino when booking through here. Gave me a new room in the same "building" which is the Capri bldg not in the casino but tucked way in the back. Manager said room service never visited. Walked in, bed sheets not made and condom wrappers in the trash can of the bathroom.Not impressed.