The Quad Las Vegas

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3535 Las Vegas Blvd S
Las Vegas, US
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The Quad Resort & Casino Hotel and Casino is the Shangri-La of the Vegas Strip, an Asian inspired paradise.

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Quick Facts

  • Near Attractions
  • Check-in at 3pm
  • Check-out at 11am
  • High-Speed Internet
  • On-Site Restaurant
  • Near Restaurants
  • Parking
  • Check-In Age - 21+
  • 2,640 Rooms

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  • Elevator/lift
  • Security guard
  • Air-conditioning
  • Room service
  • Conference room(s)
  • ATM/banking
  • Ballroom(s)
  • Shoe shine
  • Dry Cleaning
  • Event catering
  • Wedding services
  • Business center
  • Business services
  • Express Checkout
  • Restaurant(s)
  • Gift shops
  • Pool
  • Jacuzzi
  • Concierge desk
  • Spa Treatment
  • Multilingual Staff

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The Quad Las Vegas Summary

Features: The Asian-themed The Quad Resort & Casino, centrally located on the Las Vegas Strip, is smart, regal and a little kitsch. The dining at The Quad suits any taste or budget, from Burger Palace's breakfast and fast food to Ming offering fine Asian dining.

The 2,640 rooms are similar, from simple to elegant, and the gaming ranges from upscale to kitschy -- don't be surprised if your table host, dressed like Michael Jackson, steps away to perform Bad or Billy Jean. At the spa you can let all the excitement of Las Vegas and the The Quad Hotel Vegas wash away in eucalyptus rooms, redwood saunas or green-tea-scented showers. 

Why We Stay: There is a lot of fun to be had at the The Quad Las Vegas, despite the sometimes sterile and elaborate Asian patterns that are slightly reminiscent of a museum tapestry that screams "don't touch." The Quad also boasts one of the most central Strip locations for the most affordable price.

  • Dealertainers Pit: If it weren't enough that Elvis, Dolly Parton or Alice Cooper were dealing cards (along with more than 20 other celebrities), they occasionally step away from the table for a performance. Unforgettable fun.
  • Shangri-la Pool: The pool itself is a little on the boring side -- it's no mythical Asian paradise -- and wading isn't even allowed in the waterfall pool. But, if you get a poolside, second floor room, you can pull a chair over and have your own private lounge area.
  • Auto Collection: At the back of the The Quad Vegas is a free auto museum, full of  amazing classics to drool over. You can also purchase a car or two if you win big; after visiting, you'll want one.

Inside Knowledge: The Spa at this moderate and affordable hotel is pretty top-notch. With special treatments, like the bio-freeze, deep-relief cryotherapy or the Lady's Head to Toe Combo, a body wrap and mini-facial in one. Couples can get side-by-side care, and there is a co-ed fitness center in the Spa as well.

Do's and Don'ts:

  • Do Party at the Rockhouse: Known for overturning every taboo within legal limits, the sexy bar girls and party crowd of the Rockhouse strive to make the night over-exciting. They come pretty close.
  • Do Visit the King's Ransom: A collection of rare Elvis memorabilia is visiting The Quad through 2010. If you miss it, be sure to find out what temporary exhibit is up, but don't miss it.
  • Don't See a show: While the Japanese-inspired Matsuri is pretty cool, and the impersonators of Frank Marino's Divas are top-notch, you're better off spending a few hours at the Dealertainers Pit -- where you get gaming and a show. 
  • Don't Eat Breakfast: Save the room, if you plan on eating at Hash House a Go Go (you should) then you'll need the room. The giant portions are only made better by the creative presentation and delicious combinations.

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The Quad Las Vegas Reviews

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Jason Bushey

Joined: November 2010

xxx.xxx.244.242

Overall:
3.5
Service:
4
Cleanliness:
3
Location:
4
Quality:
3

Would recommend to a friend

Date of stay: 11/11

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Type of visit:

The Quad - Can't beat the price

The first two times I visited Las Vegas, I stayed at The Quad. While this may speak to my financial situation (I'm young - gimme' a break!), the fact that I returned to this hotel also speaks to the fact that The Quad isn't a bad option if you're on a budget.

The rooms are pretty plain and the TV's are tiny, but the room itself is actually a pretty decent size. Also, each room has a small porch that (creepily) peers into the hundreds of other rooms at The Quad. (Here's a tip: Keep your blinds closed at all times.) The second time I visited, I actually had a room/porch facing the pool - unfortunately, it was November, so the pool was closed. But I imagine this would be a great room in the middle of the summer.

The service at The Quad is actually pretty great. I arrived at The Quad at 3:30am (I'm always up for an impromptu road trip) and the wide-awake desk attendant greeted me as if it were noon. She hooked me up with an early check-in discount - I think it was about $20 to check into my room more than 16 hours ahead of schedule - and my buddy and I hit the still-going Geisha bar on the casino floor before calling it a night... errr... morning. (This wasn't an aberration, either; on my first visit I was handed a free coupon book that I took mild advantage of by a different gentleman at the desk.)

I will say that the The Quad casino is old and downright depressing. I think it has to do with the carpets and the lighting, both of which remind me of being a kid and visiting my grandparent's house. The Dealertainers show is fun if you stumble on to a particularly good performer - I've seen Lady Gaga twice and was entertained and impressed both times. However, I'm definitely 'in the red' when it comes to blackjack at The Quad, so I have to give the casino a thumbs down overall. (Though I would give the karaoke lounge where I absolutely destroyed Weezer's "Say It Ain't So" a huge thumbs up.)

Finally, the buffet isn't very good, but at $20 I gave it a shot and ate a fair amount. What can I say - you get what you pay for.

With that mantra in mind, the two best things about The Quad - location and price - are what keep me coming back. You're right on the Strip across from more coveted hotels like Caesars Palace, and there's a billion things to do within walking distance. Plus, in 5 nights total at The Quad, I've never paid more than $28 a night, which is simply unheard of.

Overall, I have to recommend The Quad based on price, location and customer service. If you're on a budget, this place is a perfect option.

LVshowgirl

Joined: July 2011

xxx.xxx.128.83

Overall:
3.75
Service:
5
Cleanliness:
3
Location:
4
Quality:
3

Would recommend to a friend

Date of stay: 09/10

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Type of visit:

stay in Tower 5

 

Although it’s one of the older hotels on the strip, it’s affordable and comfortable.  My one recommendation is to stay in the upper level of Tower 5 (facing away from the strip).  The elevators are slow throughout the hotel but Tower 5 has some hidden elevators behind the Keno desk where you will never wait.  You may still experience some strip noise in the room but I rarely spend that much time in my room when I’m in Vegas.

This review was provided by one of our earlyvegas.com staff members and the content of the review is the opinion of our staff member. At the time of this review Caesars Palace was a paid advertiser, but we received no compensation specifically for this review.

 

y_bracken

Joined: February 2011

xxx.xxx.3.70

Overall:
2
Service:
1
Cleanliness:
1
Location:
5
Quality:
1

Would not recommend to a friend

Date of stay: 07/08

Went with:

Type of visit:

Imperial Palace Las Vegas - Imperial Oh NO!!

Okay Imperial it is time for an upgrade! from the lobby to the hallways it has the most stale odor that Lysol won't even cover up! stains everywhere, room rate was great but only for convention reasons. awesome location but def. needs to compete with surrounding hotels that have much more class and pizazz! only stayed one night but won't return.

boogiefeev

Joined: December 2010

xxx.xxx.116.137

Overall:
2.5
Service:
2
Cleanliness:
3
Location:
3
Quality:
2

Would recommend to a friend

Date of stay: 07/10

Went with:

Type of visit:

Imperial Palace Las Vegas - Great Price/Location but a bit run down looking.

The place looked a little run down- in terms of linnens and carpets, but you can't beat the price and location.  Had a voucher for the buffett which turned out to be pretty good.

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Anonymous

Overall:
3.25
Service:
3
Cleanliness:
4
Location:
3
Quality:
3

Would recommend to a friend

Date of stay: 06/2010

Went with: spouse/partner

Type of visit: Leisure

Imperial Palace, Las Vegas

It was my first time to Las Vegas staying at the Imperial Palace which was in a great location in the middle of the strip, where you can walk to everything and anything you could ever want. 

Our room was clean and comfortable with a view of the pool. We noticed that you have to get down to the pool early to get a good seat or they will all be filled by noon.  (No saving chairs either) The bathroom area was a bit small but for $50/night, it was a heck of a bargain.  We actually were only in  our room to sleep for a few hours and then found ourselves walking around, gambling, hanging out at the pool, and eating and drinking A LOT!

It was a fabulous time and I would not hesitate to recommend this hotel to any of my friends or family members. 

Anonymous

Overall:
3
Service:
3
Cleanliness:
3
Location:
3
Quality:
3

Would recommend to a friend

Date of stay: 02/2010

Went with: other

Type of visit: Leisure

Imperial Palace Hotel & Casino Review

Okay, so we stayed in the formidable "Back Towers".  Basically what this means is that we stayed in the building that is behind the Imperial Palace, where all of the rooms are in a motel-style fashion,  Yes, it was a little creepy at night and yes, the next time I stay there I would upgrade to an inside room, however, it was perfect for the little time that we spent in that actual room.

I would definitely recommend the Imperial Palace Hotel because the property itself, is a nice place and has an excellent location, directly across from Caesars Palace, however, don't be a cheapskate like me and stay in the back towers.  Go for the upgrade and stay in the main part of the hotel.

 

Anonymous

Overall:
3.25
Service:
3
Cleanliness:
5
Location:
3
Quality:
2

Would not recommend to a friend

Date of stay: 01/2010

Went with: alone

Type of visit: Business

Imperial Palace Hotel

I must start this out with: You Get What You Pay For.

A last minute decision to go to vegas for the MAGIC tradeshow translates into "don't expect to find a place to stay." So, I couldn't complain that I was able to book a room at the Imperial Palace. For that I was grateful. I think I paid under $40 for my room. When you stay in a hotel like this, you start to appreciate the simpler things...so, I will say that the water pressure in the shower was awesome.

Everything about this hotel is just average.....I doubt I will stay here again.

Anonymous

Overall:
3.5
Service:
5
Cleanliness:
4
Location:
4
Quality:
1

Would recommend to a friend

Date of stay: 01/2010

Went with: spouse/partner

Type of visit: Leisure

A return visit will definitely happen!

If you have no need for luxurious amenities and if you are only planning on being in your hotel room to sleep, this is the hotel for you to stay in.  Cheap, clean rooms, great location and the service was really top notch.  I think because it is an Asian themed hotel, they strive for perfection with their service and they actually reached it.

Hard to beat this hotel for the price, given it's location. No hesitation from us for a return visit to Imperial Palace Hotel & Casino.

The Quad Las Vegas Guest Rooms

Capri Room

Capri Room

The capri rooms are simple and sparsely decorated. Don't expect much furniture or anything on the walls, but they are a little classier than the Motel 6-style basic rooms. It's cheap enough, so make the upgrade, at least you'll get a little more space.

Deluxe Luv Tub Room

Deluxe Luv Tub Room

Like the classically decorated, golden-hued Deluxe Rooms but with a little more flair. There's a mirror over the bed and a Roman tub perfect for Luv in the large bathroom. 

Deluxe King Suite

Deluxe King Suite

The King suite may be sweet, but it's got nothing on the Deluxe King Suite -- suited for an Imperial Prince or two. It might not be the biggest in Vegas, but with connected sleeping and grand sitting area with oriental trim wooden furniture and golden fabrics sweeping across the room, it's got enough elegance to feel like a throne room.

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The Quad Las Vegas Shows

Cheap
$50
SEATS Best
$60

Enjoy the musical happenings of Australia's lead music group Human Nature. With the approval of Smokey Robinson, these four Aussies perform your favorite Motown classics at the Human Nature Las Vegas show inside the Imperial Palace Hotel and Casino. Their distinctive harmonies and flawless performance will have you melting in your seat.

The Quad Las Vegas Restaurants

Visit Hash House A Go Go Las Vegas for big plates of your all time favorite meals with unique twists. Taste the award winning Kokomo meatloaf sandwich or the famous Andy's Fried Chicken and Waffles. Las Vegas Hash House A Go Go is open everyday for breakfast and lunch from. 

The Quad Las Vegas Nightlife

The Quad Karaoke Club is one of the best kept secrets on the Las Vegas Strip. Featuring live karaoke each night of the week in a fun and inviting setting, The Quad Karaoke Club Las Vegas offers patrons cheap drinks, free karaoke and one heck of a party perfect for your group of friends.

The Quad Las Vegas Pools

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Guests who visit the pool at The Quad are surrounded by a verdant landscape, marked by tall palm trees and a gently cascading waterfall. The pool has done well to set itself apart as a party location, with the hottest music playing through the speakers, setting the tone for a day that will leave you surprised by your experience at The Quad Pool.

Beer Pong is just one of the things that helps lend to the party environment at The Quad pool. Guest will also find fully stocked cabanas for a small rental fee and excellent poolside cocktails.

 

*Some images shown above are not actual photos from the hotel, but category representations. Visit the hotel's web site for actual photos.