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The Orleans Hotel & Casino is an excellent choice for travellers visiting Las Vegas, offering an all inclusive hotel environment alongside many helpful amenities designed to enhance your stay.
Close to some of Las Vegas' most popular landmarks, such as The Strip (2.8 km) and High Roller (3.4 km), The Orleans Hotel & Casino is a great destination for tourists.
The Orleans Hotel & Casino offers guests an array of room amenities including a flat screen TV and air conditioning. The property also features a pool and breakfast to make your visit even more pleasant.
Guests arriving by vehicle have access to free parking. Also, getting online is possible, as The Orleans Hotel & Casino offers free wifi.
Traveller's looking to enjoy some crab can head to Gordon Ramsay Steak, The Buffet at Wynn, or Top of the World. Otherwise, you may want to check out a Mexican restaurant such as The Buffet at Wynn, The Buffet at Bellagio, or The Buffet at Aria.
If you’re looking for something to do, Grand Adventures Tours (0.6 km), Pink Jeep Tours Las Vegas (1.6 km), and Apocalypse Vegas (1.2 km) are a nice way to spend some time, and they are all within walking distance of The Orleans Hotel & Casino.
Enjoy your stay in Las Vegas!
All reviews off the strip bowling alley prime rib loft courtyard cafe french market buffet free shuttle movie theater big al's oyster bar the gold coast food court video poker sitting area poker room rooms are large shuttle service coupon book coffee table
Been some big changes since last visit . The half hourly small 15 seat shuttles to the High Roller on the Strip have been replaced by an hourly 56 seat coach like the ones to Sams Town and Downtown. Most of the changes are to...More
We have been staying here for 11 years when we go to Vegas. The rooms are spacious. The service is excellent. There are many options for food. The parking is free. It’s nice to skip the hustle and bustle of downtown or the strip.
Date of stay: December 2017
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Response from Chris J, Manager at The Orleans Hotel & CasinoResponded 11 May 2018
I’m so glad that your experience was excellent! Please come back again, soon!
See my other reviews for further details, but the new room decors are very nice, the updated bathroom match any from the other Casinos. Everything went perfect on the trip. Everyone still friendly, from the maids, security, registration We stayed on the 20th floor, wow...More
The rates are great and you can get away from the strip to rest up. This casino has it all, even a movie theatre.I enjoyed the cafe for breakfast each morning and FRIDAYS for evening meals. Pqrking is no problem here, and you can get...More
Year after year still best value in Vegas. Big , big , room 67 bucks all included taxes and resort fees...if you sign up direct on website for motel can also get food coupon and similar room price... booking.com otherwise cheapest route...movie theatre , old...More
It is not difficult to navigate Las Vegas by car and you will not need to be on the Strip to go from Orleans to Death Valley. Avoid interstates at AM and PM rush hours. Otherwise expect occasional stalls in traffic. Orleans... More
It is not difficult to navigate Las Vegas by car and you will not need to be on the Strip to go from Orleans to Death Valley. Avoid interstates at AM and PM rush hours. Otherwise expect occasional stalls in traffic. Orleans has easy and ample parking. We find it very easy to go anywhere from there and always rent a car.
Response from ChavSanti | Reviewed this property |
No pets but I would assume they follow the same rules for service dogs. But for a cat, not sure. I think they would consider that a comfort animal and not a service animal. However, I would just put the cat in the carrier... More
No pets but I would assume they follow the same rules for service dogs. But for a cat, not sure. I think they would consider that a comfort animal and not a service animal. However, I would just put the cat in the carrier and walk right in. I don't think they would even notice and if they see it with a disabled person... They would let it go. Just my opinion though...