LVC on Vegas’ Paradise Road is Convenient for Conference Goers, but Lacks Luxury of the Strip


The LVC on South Paradise Road used to be known by every conference attendee as the “conference” hotel. It had always been a Hilton for years and while nothing special especially for Las Vegas, it was an easy and convenient place to stay since it was an easy walk to the convention center.









Like most of the hotels, the LVH has a casino but sadly lacks in other amenities including a wide variety of restaurants. There is a sushi bar but if you want to combine a sushi order with a bowl of soup in the attached noodle bar, they don’t seem to work together all that well. The conveniences of the other hotels on the strip are just not there, especially an issue if you’re a serious foodie.










I was surprised to learn after our stay that the rooms were roughly the same price as the Wynn down the road. That said, while the rooms are not updated and the restaurants are not up to snuff, it is still a conveniently located hotel if you’re there for business and want to get in and out. Wifi was reliable, they have a business center — an efficient one — and there’s a handy deli bar if you want to grab sandwiches or salads to go.

Surprisingly enough, the spa is much nicer than the hotel itself and offers a wide range of services. Check out our Las Vegas Hotels & Resorts (Lodging Section) for other possibilities and options.

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