Ours was a standard room; even so we were surprised there was no minibar fridge, and minimal wardrobe storage (one bar to hang clothes on, no shelves/drawers at all). What bothered me even more was their drainage wasn’t up to scratch; both bathtub and sink can’t drain at the same time. If you do so, the sink stops draining and in fact starts backfilling with icky stuff that had previously been flushed down.
Given we booked at $120 per night, I’d much rather pay a little bit more and get a lot more in return from a number of the other hotels on the Strip. If you paid $49 per night, probably no complaints.
The room needs refurbishing (chipped edges on desk, cracked tiles in bathroom) but felt clean enough and the hotel staff are pleasant and always willing to help.
If driving definitely get valet service when checking in: the self park area is too far from the hotel’s check-in area, particularly if you’re tired from a long flight!
Located on the Las Vegas Strip, this modern hotel and casino features a full-service spa and 9 on-site restaurants. The Miracle Mile Shops, with over 170 upscale stores, 15 restaurants and 3 live theaters, is directly connected to the hotel.Planet Hollywood features 2 outdoor swimming pools and hot tubs that overlook the Strip. Guests can use the fitness center or browse the on-site shops. Evening entertainment from world-class performers is also available.The luxurious guest rooms at the Planet Hollywood Las Vegas are equipped with 42-inch plasma-screen TVs. Spacious bathrooms and movie memorabilia are also included in each room.Dining options include BurGR, celebrity chef Gordon Ramsay’s casual American restaurant as well as the Strip House, a classic American steakhouse. Koi offers Japanese cuisine while the famous Pink’s Hot Dogs serves American hot dog specialities.