The Quad Resort & Casino is located in the centre of the fabulous Las Vegas Strip and is home to the Auto Collections, the world’s largest classic car showroom. Featuring a lively casino including the famous Dealertainers, specialty restaurants and a wide range of entertainment possibilities. 

Minimum check-in age:  21 years old  


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  • Approximately 7.5km from McCarran Int'l Airport.

Please note:

The Quad pool is closed through the summer 2014.  During this time, guests of the Quad will have access to the Beach Club pool at Flamingo Las Vegas, Paris Las Vegas or the Rio Hotel & Casino.


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  • 2640 rooms


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  • 5 à la carte
  • 1 cafe

Meal plan options:

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  • no meals


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  • 5 bars
  • 1 entertainment

Available onsite:

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  • 1 pool
  • fitness centre ($)
  • Wi-Fi ($)


  • elevators

Check-in time:

3:00 pm

Check-out time:

11:00 am

Your price includes:

  • All taxes

Resort fee


Yes - payable at resort (optional)

Hotel resort fee is not a mandatory purchase for WestJet Vacations guests. Main inclusions available when purchasing:

  • Fitness center access
  • Internet access (may be limited)
  • Phone calls (may be limited)

Resort fee and inclusions subject to change without notice at the discretion of the hotel, some restrictions may apply.

Resort fee

A resort fee is a fee payable to the resort. This fee varies per resort and may cover items such as fitness centres, internet, local calls, etc.

Reviews 59% of guests recommend this hotel.

  • Having renos is not a major problem when travelling but very unprofesional management is

    Dave K on May 10, 2014
  • We always stay at the Quad!!

    Pat on Apr 29, 2014
  • great holiday

    sonyv on Jun 23, 2013
  • Good value, friendly staff, and location. Awesome

    Travelling Pat on Jun 20, 2013
  • Wait til the renovations are finished

    I love Vegas on May 29, 2013
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