Virgin Hotels Las Vegas, a Curio Colletion by Hilton reviews

TripAdvisor Traveler Rating

3.5 Very Good

  • Cleanliness 4.0
  • Location 4.0
  • Rooms 4.0
  • Service 4.0
  • Value 4.0

725 TripAdvisor reviews

TripAdvisor users rated this property 1 out of 5

Horrible stay, awake at 4am, checked out early due to feeling unsafe

Elsa M (Las Vegas, Nevada) on Apr 12, 2024

I still frequently think about the HORRIBLE stay I had here. The fact that I paid money to be next to a HORRIBLY obnoxious and loud room. Security kicked a person out at 1 in the morning because their name wasn’t on the room. You could hear the FULL exchange from the room I was in LOUD AND CLEAR as day. Then at 4am the person and their friend were talking so loud it sounded like they were in the room with me, no kidding, ZERO soundproofing. Just an absolute nightmare of an experience from Virgin Hotel that I always remember. This was on my birthday. The Virgin Hotels is HORRIBLE. Was not a positive experience to any degree.

TripAdvisor users rated this property 4 out of 5

It’s own zip code

DanC296 (Chicago, Illinois) on Apr 11, 2024

It’s difficult to decide where to start in terms of a review. Our very spacious room was just short of spectacular, exceeds our expectations. A mix of tech and partitioned living spaces, Way more spacious than a typical hotel room. Virgin scores an “A” for quiet comfort. I’m still processing where this hotel is positioned in the scheme of things. Having walked to the strip I would label The Virgin to be a concrete oasis harboring its own restaurants and entertainment experience. Like so many Vegas hotel complexes its grounds are large enough to form its own indoor/outdoor neighborhood. It’s positioned between the university, The Strip and the airport. On a map it all looks so close & compact but when you walk it you realize it’s a massive concrete jungle of city blocks with some blocks still unoccupied…at the moment (open mile long voids). It’s like a city in the making with yet to be built enclaves. The Virgin desperately needs a public transportation artery to connect itself too (ex. a shuttle/monorail) The walk between everything is uncomfortably barren so taxi/uber/lyft seems necessary so as not to waste time in no-man’s-land. Easy enough but it adds up of course ($). If we had reason to visit the university I would say The Virgin has it all but if I wanted a Strip experience then I would seek a casino complex in the center of physical The Strip with nearby people mover access. Vegas is still walkable in terms of distance but arguably too massive to experience on foot in the heat. We plan to spend part of day two in what I’ll call Virgintown tomorrow. A suburb of Strip City. Might as well appreciate what Virgin has to offer which has yet to disappoint

TripAdvisor users rated this property 4 out of 5

Definite resort feel and not as chaotic as other Vegas properties

kimgP5127QG (Virginia) on Apr 09, 2024

We only stayed one night at this property but after staying at Caesar's for 2 nights a few days prior, I would recommend this way more than Caesar's. The aesthetic of the room we had was so clever. It was a spacious king room overlooking the pool. Very comfortable bed and enjoyed small details like having a large door to close between the bedroom and bathroom area. Didn't really dig the fact that there was a resort fee because the amenities that includes are free at other properties. I don't think it should be different in Vegas. I did like the fact that this one was more laid back and definitely gave you a resort feel. Uber picked you up right up front of the property which was handy and appreciated. It is a location not on the main strip but I didn't mind that. Some might. Not a ton of food options close by but a quick Uber or a short walk to the strip offers whatever you need. Good customer service whenever we encountered staff. I would definitely stay here again.

TripAdvisor users rated this property 5 out of 5

Great Experience

Brad V (Las Vegas, Nevada) on Apr 08, 2024

The hotel is conveniently located off the strip, we enjoyed walking to the strip rather than being on it. The American Grill Restaurant was breakfast every day and the wait staff and food were fantastic! We ate at the Mexican restaurant once and the food was very good. The valet guys were good, the front desk check in and out experience was good, check out Gust Service rep was excellent, efficient and very friendly. The housekeeping service was great, the room we stayed in was in the Opel Tower and it was fantastic as well. We will be back. Thanks for a fantastic experience.

TripAdvisor users rated this property 4 out of 5

Don't Let The Low Rate Fool You!

Dion G (Easley, South Carolina) on Apr 05, 2024

I stayed at this hotel during spring break. When I searched for hotels, this one came up as a low cost option. My needs were free parking, free WIFI and a safe rating as I am a solo traveler. The hotel delivered on everything they promised with only a few minor hiccups. Overall the room was very clean. There was a chair that had questionable stains on it, so I chose not to use it. When I entered the room, it was bright and airy. The colors in the room were vibrant. Technology included a wireless phone charger, large flat screen TV and lights that could be controlled via several different switches throughout the room. No need for a Do Not Disturb sign because there is a light switch that you can press that shows the request on the outside. Once in the room, the bathroom had a door and the vanity was large and well lit. The shower was large and had two different shower heads that you could use. They also provided shampoo/conditioner and body wash. I used the body wash and it smelled nice. The regular soap and body lotion was a nice touch too. There was an additional door that separated you from the small foyer and bedroom. I thought this was a good safety feature. I also used the iron and ironing board and they both worked fine. I had no problems with accessing the elevators and they were very quick. Quick note, you must use your room key to activate the elevator, so go ahead and keep it out or you will be stuck in there, LOL! The pool was not open, however, I found two baby ducks and alerted the staff. There was no mom or dad around, but the staff said they would handle it. I hope they did. The casino was just large enough for someone who really doesn't gamble. The staff was nice, except for one valet person that I dealt with twice during my stay. He was rude and asked me questions that no one else did. Almost as if he doubted I was a guest at the hotel. Other than that, the price and the amenities will definitely lure me to stay here again.

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