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This 450-square-feet room comes with one king-size bed or two queen-size beds. There's a separate sitting area with a sofa, chair and coffee table. In addition to a flat-screen television with cable channels, the room has a desk and in-room coffee pot with coffee. Refrigerators are available on request and for an additional fee.
The bathroom has a tub/shower combo.
This 450-square-feet room comes with one king-size bed or two queen-size beds. The bed height is 20 inches. The door of the room has also been widened to 34 inches. There's a separate sitting area with a sofa, chair and coffee table. In addition to a flat-screen television with cable channels, the room has a desk and in-room coffee pot with coffee. Refrigerators are available on request and for an additional fee.
The accessible bathroom has a roll-in shower.
4500 W. Tropicana Ave., Las Vegas, NV 89103
Located west of the Strip, The Orleans may be far from the French Quarter, but it's got restaurants and bars that bring to mind the Big Easy as well as a movie theater and bowling alley to amuse all ages.
Saint City meets Sin City, locals oriented, cheaply priced rooms, multigenerational appeal
While the N'awlins theme may seem corny, The Orleans wears it well. We love the large illuminated masked heads that hang over the casino floor. Also, check out the upside down piano on the ceiling of the Bourbon Street Cabaret. Order hurricanes (and other cocktails) at the Crawfish Bar, Mardi Gras Bar and Alligator Bar. And get freshly shucked oysters served with Creole flair at Big Al's Oyster Bar.
For an off-Strip property, the pool deck at The Orleans is really nice -- and totally chill. Tucked in a lushly landscaped courtyard, it has an Olympic-size pool as well as a wading pool, a large hot tub, a spacious sundeck and five cabanas.
The good times are always rolling at The Orleans. First off, there's the Orleans Arena, which hosts about 200 events a year including concerts, sporting events and family shows like Disney on Ice. Then there's the 850-seat Orleans Showroom, which offers a diverse lineup of musicians and comedians. Live music is always on tap in the resort's bars and lounges too.
Parking is a breeze at The Orleans. If you don't find a spot in the surrounding surface lots when you pull in, theres a big, easy-to-navigate parking garage behind the property that's never full.
The Orleans has food for all tastes and budgets. Savor a fine dining experience The Prime Rib Loft. Enjoy a mid-range menu at Koji. Or dig into cheap eats at T.G.I. Friday's, the 24-hour Courtyard Cafe and a food court (home to Vegas only Fuddruckers).
The rooms aren't extravagant but they are generously sized (starting at 450 square feet) and well kept. The base-level deluxe rooms were remodeled in 2012 while the premium rooms were redone in 2014 -- so they have contemporary décor and come with flat-screen TVs and coffeemakers. Fridges are available for an additional fee.
Orleans hotel & casino las vegas
The Orleans is not located on the Strip. Although less than a mile away (0.8 miles to be exact), the distance isn't walkable (you'd have to cross a busy freeway entrance and exit). If you don't have a car, take advantage of the free shuttle service from The Orleans to the Strip at The Forum Shops at Caesars as well as to its sister property, the Gold Coast.
Traveling with kids? Parents, when you want some alone time you can drop your young kids (ages 3 - 12) off at Kids Tyme. The professionally supervised facility offers everything from a giant jungle gym and imaginative crafts to a movie room and gaming systems.
Find your bliss at Spa Orleans, where you can be pampered with a soothing massage, body wrap or facial that won't cost you an arm and a leg.
Buzz'n Brushes is a creative experience you won't find in any other Vegas hotel/casino. It's perfect for aspiring artists (or those who are not so artistic but just looking for a good time). Not only will you learn the basics of acrylic painting during one of their classes, but you'll also enjoy wine, cheese, socializing and listening to music.
If you don't want to go down to the food court for the "world's greatest" burgers, Fuddruckers will deliver them to your a small fee, of course.
Casino Yes, 135,000 square feet. Casino games include blackjack, craps, roulette, pai gow poker and keno. More than 2,600 slots, video poker and video keno machines, Megabucks and Super Megabucks. The casino has a non-smoking, 24-hour poker room.
Race & Sports Book Yes, a 125-seat race and sports book, equipped with 19 televisions and two big screens.
Entertainment Entertainment can be found in the 850-seat Orleans Showroom, the 9,000-seat Orleans Arena, Brendan's Irish Pub and the Bourbon Street Lounge.
Nightlife Yes, you can enjoy drinks from three lively casino bars, in the Bourbon Street Lounge and at Brendan's Irish Pub.
Attractions A 70-lane bowling center, movie theaters and Buzz'n Brushes, a unique event experience where you and your friends can learn the basics of acrylic painting while enjoying music and alcoholic beverages.
Spa Yes, The Spa Orleans with eight treatment rooms offers multiple types of massages and services. The spa also has a fitness center and full-service salon which also offers barber shop services.
Convention rooms Yes, The Orleans has 40,000 square feet of meeting and banquet space. Room sizes vary from 1,054 square feet to 17,226 square feet.
Child-care facilities Yes, The Orleans offers limited child-care facilities.
Hotel amenities Beauty salon, barber shop, currency exchange, luggage and maid service, video arcade, 18-screen movie theatre, 70-lane bowling center, safety deposit box, wake-up call, room service.
Parking garage Yes, a four-story parking garage as well as plenty of open air parking surrounding the hotel.
Shuttle service to the strip The Orleans offers free shuttle service to its sister property the Gold Coast Hotel &, Casino as well as the Las Vegas Strip. The shuttle operates 7 days a week from 9 a.m. to 12:30 a.m. and picks up guests approximately every 30 - 45 minutes from the hotel's Tropicana Avenue entrance. The last shuttle will leave the Strip at Bally's at 12:30 a.m. Hotel guests will receive priority seating on all shuttles.
Policies Children 13 and under stay free with an adult. The maximum total number of guests (adults and children) in a room is four.
Incidental charges Hotel requires a credit card upon check-in for incidental charges.
Resort fee Orleans has a $14.55 per room, per night resort fee. This fee is not included in your reservation and will be collected by the hotel.
Shuttle to Las Vegas Strip.
In-room coffee maker with coffee.
Wireless in-room internet access (up to 1 MB of band width) for up to three devices.
10 minutes of internet access daily in The Orleans Business Center.
Unlimited local and toll-free calls.
Unlimited use of the in-room safe.
Daily Access to the Fitness Center.
Resort fee listed includes tax.
Rated 4.1 out of 5 by 407 reviewers.
Rated 3 out of 5 by george481 fine product T hotel and casino are fine. What ruins your stay is the attitude of the staff, they all act like you are a drag on them. What was once an outstanding café is now disgusting. They must have gotten all new cooks and the wait staff are poor. They act like they are doing you a favor just for providing a menu. August 23, 2015
Rated 3 out of 5 by LX2PX1 Good Off The Strip 3 1/2 Star Hotel!!! If you are looking for off the strip, a clean and comfortable room, and a good buffet-The Orleans is for you. That being said, hospitality was not their strength. While checking in we received 2 queen beds and had ask for 1 king but not a big deal for us. We were not told where the hotel was located inside the casino and had to ask. I thought we had breakfast included but apparently not. The room had comfy clean beds, hot clean showers, and a beautiful view. The resort fee included coffee and some internet at a reasonable rate of 14.99 a day. Now the casino, fewer people than expected, quiet, and the slots were very tight and the locals I spoke with said its well known there. I would maybe check them out for a short time and then head somewhere else. All in all, I felt comfortable here. August 21, 2015
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Rated 2 out of 5 by Nina15 Poor quality hotel Simple items such as mini fridge and microwave are needed when traveling with small children and these items were not available, even by request. Room had a dingy smell and pool waters were murky. Just overall bad, wouldn't recommend or stay here again. Would pay more for better quality and service. August 19, 2015
Rated 4 out of 5 by leland2012 Decent hotel for the price Room was spacious and fit out needs. A place to late at night to get some much needed sleep. Room was clean and neat with a great view of the red rocks area. August 15, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 by seabird Great stay! Surprisingly large and very comfortable room for much less than on the strip. Really great, clean hotel with excellent restaurant selection. Shuttle service to the strip made travel easy. We have already recommended this hotel to friends. August 11, 2015
Rated 3 out of 5 by Isotopes Orleans Pool was nice size, could have used more structures to the side of the pool if they were covered it would be great. You have to use the key to come into the pool, but the side gates are unlocked for the bathrooms. I don't understand why there has to be so much light illuminating the building at night seems to be a waste. August 5, 2015
Rated 3 out of 5 by Disappointed44 Off the Strip If you want a hotel that is out of the way and you have to drive anywhere this is it. A nice hotel but out of the way. Lots of different restaurants that stay open late, good entertainers in the arena, but not much to do but drink and gamble. Also very affordable compared to the strip. August 5, 2015
Rated 4 out of 5 by likeSTown1 Decent Place for the Price Stayed at Orleans as show we were attending was at this Venue. Rooms were good size. Food decent. Not a fancy place but all worked out for us just fine. July 27, 2015
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