Marriott's Grand Chateau
26 rentals: $79 - $700 per night
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12 resales: $1,999 - $23,000
points/credits from $0.723/ea
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At the center of the legendary Las Vegas Strip, yet in a class all its own, is Marriott's Grand Chateau, evoking casual elegance reminiscent of the timeless mansions of Southern France. Each one-, two-, and three-bedroom timeshare villa offers a fully equipped kitchen, separate living and dining areas, 42-inch Sony plasma TV, DVD and stereo in the living area, deep soaking tub and oversized shower, washer/dryer, and Wi-Fi accessibility. Complimentary valet parking is provided for cars. Prior arrangements are required for larger vehicles.
Marriott's grand Chateau offers numerous activities and amenities for owners and guests including a rooftop pool and bar, concierge services and valet parking, fitness center, Marriott's Activity Zone Experience, and The MarketPlace convenience store.
Las Vegas is a city like no other with live entertainment, gaming, shopping, golf, sporting events and the leading names in the culinary trade. Day trips to Hoover Dam, hiking in Red Rock Canyon, or a paddleboat cruise on Lake Mead are popular among visitors.Marriott's Grand Chateau
75 East Harmon
Las Vegas, Nevada 89109
- Game Room
- Grocery Store
- Handicap Accessible Units
- Health Club
- Internet Access
- Kid Friendly
- Laundry Room
- Outdoor Pool
- Whirlpool/Hot Tub
- Car Rental (0.2 miles)
- Drug Store (0.5 miles)
- Golf (2 miles)
- Horseback Riding (1.5 miles)
- Live Entertainment
- Medical Facilities (2.5 miles)
- Movie Theater (0.5 miles)
- Restaurant (0.1 miles)
- Shopping Area
- Video Rentals (2 miles)
- User: rhondac86
- Posted: Jul 10, 2012
Stayed here is July, an owner. My first visit, room very good, spacious. The exercise room was great. The only major issue that I have with it, and it is a big one, is the rooftop pool and bar. This is nearly ridiculas by Las Vegas standards. No shade anywhere and the pool reminded me of an oversized bathtub.
- User: ronald118
- Posted: Sep 19, 2011
Our two bedroom and bathroom condo is listed as 1252 square feet; this is not spacious, but very congenial for my wife and me. The villa has two king beds and two sofa beds. Because the Las Vegas Blvd. area is highly developed with timeshares, hotels, motels, and the recent CityCenter, Marriott offers elegant, guileless refinement. Granite counter tops in the kitchen and bathrooms compliment the walnut cabinets. The villas feature the standard industrial grade carpet; the furniture and accessories tend to resemble French provincial, and are comfortable. The combination living room and dining room features a large, wall-mounted HDTV and DVD player with a broad selection of TV cable channels. Cell-phone reception is fine. The all-important Wi-Fi connectivity is complimentary, truly high speed, and flawless. Marriotts designer (decorator) service is an expression of sophisticated elegance. Several framed mirrors and pleasant framed prints add some stylishness to the villas. The HVAC system is totally functional, and the mandatory washer and dryer enhance the vacation experience.The Marriott Grand Chateau is 37 floors high with six elevators offering high-speed service. Floor 37 has an elevator to the rooftop pool area. A rooftop pool cannot match the swimming pools of the Marriott Resorts that are in California, South Carolina, and Florida; however, the pool is a pleasant outdoor retreat at 38 stories. The bar is well stocked by a professional bar tender. The 360-degree views are delightful in both day and night.The Marriott Grand Chateau Resort is arguably one of the most imaginative resorts in the Las Vegas Blvd. area. The Marriott Grand Chateau Resort provides intimate and agreeable accommodations near the Strip and within driving distance of several national parks. We plan several future visits to this tony resort.
- User: brions3
- Posted: Sep 15, 2010
I have stayed at the Grand Chateu many times as i am an owner there and have not had any bad experiences. There was a time when construction noise was an issue but that was due more to construction next door and on the City Center which is across the street. The Property itself is set back a long block from the strip but only about a half block from the entrance to the Miracle Mile Shops at Planet Hollywood.
I read things about people not getting upgrades or perks if they have issues and not having amenities such as a spa or gambling, ect.. but the thing you have to remember is this location is NOT a hotel it is a timeshare. It is in effect like renting someones home which means there may be issues from time to time as the owners are the ones that foot the bill for upkeep not Marriott.. Marriott just manages what the owners put in and uses the money appropriately to fix things.. Starting in 2011 this property is going to start going through the upgrade/replacement process so many of the things that might not be functioning fully should all be fixed.
Personally I love the property and the location that is why I own there.. There have been a few times that I have had to call maintenance and they were quite on top of things (granted some things can't always be fixed easily). I have stayed as both an owner and a trade back-in and there are some differences in views. Owners tend to get the upper floors (so if renting on here from an owner you are more likely to get a higher floor.. better view) The pool currently is small and it is rooftop located however, you can go next door to the planet hollywood and use their pool with your room key. The Chateau is to get a bigger pool when the third tower is built however due to the economy they are holding off on that...
All in all it is really an excellent location but don't expect mints on the pillows, champagne, and cocktails for your issues as you are not at a hotel.. That reminds me if you do not rent a room through mariott there is no daily maid service even as an owner. You have to clean up after yourself.. Though if you do need something they are there to provide it (ie Extra towels,pillows ect...)
- User: evlevin
- Posted: Aug 25, 2010
I stayed in a lock-off. My request for a "Strip" view, which I was told I had, was filled with a 'sort of strip + ugly parking lot & ugly building" view. Aside from various items not working or working properly,and items missing from the inventory, there was a recurring bad odor. After 3 nights it got so bad that I had to be moved, at midnight, to a 'no choice' room. I was told by the nice engineer that the bad odor (came up through the bathroom drain) seemed to be a seasonal problem & nothing had been done to identify the cause or to fix it from the source. I thought that for my considerable inconvenience of having to pack & move ALOT of stuff (I was attending a convention, and had a frig-full of food) they should have offered some accommodation - a bottle of wine, something. All I got was "we're sorry". The rooftop pool is far too small. So crowded along with the packed pool deck that we just turned around & forgot about it. No place in the timeshare to eat, or drink other than the outdoor rooftop bar that was out of the question in 108 degree heat. The a/c unit in the lock-off is also poorly placed. All the air blows directly at the small table so you're freezing if eating or doing work there. The bed area, however, is stuffy at the same time. The 'villa' served its purpose & I got a great deal on 'getaway' but I would not be inclined to return unless I had occasion to visit Vegas again & got a similar great deal.
- User: ernestj5
- Posted: Jul 22, 2010
- Updated: Aug 22, 2010
We have recently stayed a the Marriott Grand Chateau and find that is location is the best. You can walk to the center of the strip in less than three minutes to go visit any of the large casinos and shops. Push your way along the strip and when you are ready to rest just head to the quiet of the MGC. No smoke, or noisy people to deal with. It is really a relaxing atmosphere. We got an invitation to stay at the Bellagio for a few nights and could not wait to get back. Just too many people congregating everywhere at the Bellagio. The pool is very small on the roof but you can use Polo Towers pool next door if you really want to do some serious swimming. Bar on the roof with a spectacular view day or night. The new Las Vegas city center is within sight a rock throw away. The MGC rooms are practically new and very nicely decorated with full kitchens if needed. There is no restaurant on the property, but you have dozens and dozens of choices within a short walk. We highly recommend the MGC.
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