We stayed here 2 nights since we had tickets to see Don McLean in their Showroom. This place is great for a traveling family. In addition to the casino, there is a very large bowling alley and movie theater upstairs, we visited both and had a great time. There is a gift shop (with convenience-store type offerings as well), and we enjoyed visiting the chocolate shop. Many restaurants to choose from as well. The all-day pass at the buffet is well worth the money. Our room was nice although I’m not a fan of the pocket-door to the bathroom. The only negative I have is that the front-desk staff, both when checking in and again when checking out (different employee each time), seemed rather cold and bothered they had to help me. I’m not sure what their issue is, but hopefully they’ll have a better attitude next time.
Orleans Hotel And Casino
4500 West Tropicana Avenue
Las Vegas, NV
Each of the hotel’s 1886 guestrooms offer suite accommodations with separate seating areas and tons of Victorian-themed decor.
Make time for several meals, specifically at one of the hotel’s 12 notable restaurants.
Located just one mile west of the Strip, the hotel enjoys great views and easy access to the main thoroughfare