Hilton Grand Vacations Club (HGVC) on the Las Vegas Strip
7 rentals: $69 - $350 per night
18 resales: $1,500 - $18,900
points/credits from $0/ea
The 28-story Hilton Grand Vacation Club (HGVC) on the Las Vegas Strip sits on 10-acres of prime real estate at the north end of the Strip. This 283-unit resort features one-, two-, and three-bedroom condominium-style timeshare suites, and studio units. No expense was spared when furnishing these units, with an upscale collection of entertainment amenities including a 32" TV in the living room with a Bose surround sound theater system, DVD player, and high-speed Internet access.
One-, two-, and three-bedroom accommodations feature fully-equipped kitchens designed with granite countertops, elegant wood cabinetry, and an extensive variety of culinary tools and high-end appliances. Chic bathrooms feature frameless glass showers and oversized tubs. For added convenience, units also feature a washer and dryer.
The resort's guest amenities include a serpentine pool and whirlpool spas, and an interactive water feature designed with an array of playful fountains exclusively for children. A state-of-the-art fitness center is superbly equipped with StarTrac cardiovascular equipment from elliptical machines to recumbent bicycles. The Waves poolside bar and grill, the Marketplace deli and sundry store, as well as picnic areas and barbecue grills are also on site.Hilton Grand Vacations Club (HGVC) on the Las Vegas Strip
2650 South Las Vegas Boulevard
Las Vegas, Nevada 89109
- BBQ Area
- Children's Pool
- Grocery Store
- Handicap Accessible Units
- Health Club
- Internet Access
- Laundry Room
- Maid Service
- Outdoor Pool
- Whirlpool/Hot Tub
- Car Rental (0.2 miles)
- Drug Store (0.5 miles)
- Golf (2 miles)
- Horseback Riding (3 miles)
- Live Entertainment
- Medical Facilities (1.5 miles)
- Movie Theater (1 mile)
- Shopping Area
- Spa Services (0.5 miles)
- Video Rentals (1.5 miles)
- User: rogerf15
- Posted: Apr 5, 2009
Nice and spacious unit maintained perfectly. The staff is friendly and helpful. The workout room / gym is top-notch. You can enter to resort and your unit without having to smell the stench of cigarette smoke which is all too common in Vegas. Parking is a major pain having to park in a parking garage fourth floor or higher (lower floors are for valet) and being charged for parking in a city where most parking is free. The heated pool is a bit chilly and there are no planned activities for families. The resort location is at the very end of the strip next to the Sahara so most of the fun still requires driving in the terrible Las Vegas traffic. There is a new mega-resort casino being built nearby but the completion date is up in the air due to the current economic conditions.
Not by any means a bad place. The resort itself is great but just a bit too far from the fun.
- User: ctokei
- Posted: Mar 29, 2009
- Updated: Mar 30, 2009
Just returned from a wonderful Spring Break Week, with our two teenage daughters, and I can say that the HGVC on the Las Vegas Strip has cracked "The Top Five" of our favorite resorts visited in the past 15 years of timesharing.
People who vetch about fans in the bathroom need to close the ensuite door for two minutes, and let the AC (that'd be the air conditioning system) do its job!!! Duh!
The furnishings are great, the pool is shallow but fairly well laid out with a full service Bar &Grill at poolside......great Bloody Mary's BTW!!!
Some folks walked across the street to use the Monorail, but we just drove.....the Freeway runs parallel to Las Vegas Blvd......so it's not too much trouble to find the Self- Park garage at each casino. There was a little construction noise, but other than that, our holiday was near perfect.
The Marketplace downstairs has essential dry goods, hygiene products, beer/wine, etc.....and also a very good deli and pizza place. The prices ain't cheap, but at the end of a long day of driving, that pizza saved the day!!
BTW, our Top Five so far.....
1. Lawrence Welk Resort, Escondido, CA 2. Orange Lake Resort, Kissimmee, FLA 3. Starwood Desert Oasis, Scottsdale, AZ 4. HGVC On The Strip, Las Vegas, NV 5. TIE....Eagle Crest, Redmond, OR/Wapato Point, Manson, WA/The Lodge at Kananaskis, ALBERTA, CANADA
We'll be returning to the Hilton again!
- User: martins92
- Posted: Feb 4, 2009
I've read through a bunch of these reviews, and I've got to say I don't think these people with negative comments actually stayed at the HGVC on the Strip. I went last January 2008 with my mom, brother, sister-in-law, sister, and niece. We stayed in a three bedroom suite. That's a master bedroom with amazing signature jacuzzi tub and bathroom, fully outfitted kitchen with washer / dryer, gorgeous living room with plasma screen tv and sleeper sofa, second bedroom was smaller but well-appointed, second full bathroom not connected to second bedroom so it could be accessed easily by everyone, and third bedroom which is actually a single room attached by a connecting door which has it's own mini kitchen and full bathroom. There are two entrances and the connecting room could be sealed off and treated as a separate room for a mother-in-law needing privacy, for example.
This is the most formidable and largest time-share in the world with a grand entry rotunda like a shopping mall with great little shops. The pool area, one guy said the deck was too small and had too few chairs, I think he posted in the wrong section because that comment is more befitting of the HGVC at the Hilton Hotel which has a very tiny deck and pool--he obviously mis-read. A lot of people have complained in these reviews about a lack of fans and ventilation in the bathrooms? I have no clue what they are talking about. If this is true, I don't recall it, nor do I recall "hot and steamy bathrooms" . I can assure you that I would have noticed any stench. Moreover, such lack of forethought is not the HGVC way. These are the finest and most well-appointed time shares in the USA. I've stayed at countless others and never been as impressed. I've stayed in HGVCs in Florida, Las Vegas, Colorado, and Hawai'i. I've stayed in other company time shares in Mexico, Arizona, California, Colorado, Hawai'i, and Florida. Nothing has ever compared to my HGVC experience.
The guest service people at this particular property were incredibly warm and thoughtful people. As for there being no casinos nearby, these posters are nuts. You can walk across the street to the Aladdin and up the street a short walk to the Circus Circus. My family walked to both. This property is on the Strip between the Stratosphere and Circus Circus. You don't need to take a cab, that's lunacy. You can walk to the Aladdin and take the monorail all the way to the MGM Grand--which we also did. I have no idea what these complainers are complaining about. The pool, by the way is gigantic. "There's nothing to do for kids?" Um, sorry, but first, Vegas is not for kids, and second, other than a pool, what is there for kids at any Time Share? I cannot recall if there was a game room, but there usually is in all official HGVCs not the managed HGVCs. Seriously folks, I could have just stayed there forever and been in 7th heaven.
- User: rogers161
- Posted: Sep 7, 2008
I have a 3 Bdrm/3 Bath Penthouse Level Suite in tower 2 and have found the accommodations top notch and the staff is very friendly, always helpful. The location is great, right on the strip but north of the heavy traffic zone further south. The quality of the decor and furnishings are excellent. The fact that this facility has great amenities and no gaming is exceptionally attractive to me.The new parking garage is also a plus.
- User: frankd16
- Posted: Jan 7, 2007
- Updated: Jan 10, 2008
Stayed in the new tower. (2 more to come) Beautiful and spacious. Was very surprised that there was daily room cleaning. Was familiar to a competitors timeshare at Koolina Hawaii where room cleaning is done thoroughly at check-out and one time (spot) during the week. What a surprise and embarrassment to find out that the room was attempted to be cleaned each day we were there. Would have put away all our shopping bags, suitcases, and at least "clean up" a little. We thought that it was standard practice to have the room cleaned and new towels in only on request or one time per week. One up on the competition, thank you for a great experience. Service was prompt, the exercise room was especially welcomed.
Improvements? An activity desk or area, shuttle to the Hilton Hotel where the monorail is located. That would be perfect, no cabs, or trolley needed and access to restaurants and shows within the Hilton family, after all we can make charges to our timeshare at the hotel Making access also possible only make sense.
Once you go timeshare, there is no competition to a hotel room. This is the only way we travel.
Traded our Waikoloa HGVC for a 3 bedroom. Love Las Vegas.
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