Sahara Las Vegas

Hotel Class

3
2535 S. Las Vegas Blvd.
Las Vegas, US
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At the Sahara Hotel and Casino, you can feel like Moroccan royalty.

Best Feature: Moroccan Themed

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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+
  • 1,710 Rooms

Hotel Amenities

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

Sahara Las Vegas

Sahara Hotel and Casino Las Vegas NV
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Sahara Las Vegas Summary

Features: The Sahara Resort is a Las Vegas hotel behemoth from yesteryear. When the Moroccan-themed Sahara opened in 1952, it blended into the desert. In the 1990's -- when scarce breathing room was left on the Strip -- the hotel underwent $100 milion in renovations that kept its charm and ushered the hotel into today's luxurious Strip. In ever-changing Las Vegas, the Sahara is an icon, and the towers that house the hotel's 1,720 rooms are a staple of the North Vegas Strip.

Why We Stay: Once a hot-spot for a glimpse of the Rat Pack crooners, the Sahara Resort now hosts a new breed of humming stars, Nascar drivers. Here are a few of our favorite racing spectacles at the Sahara Resort Hotel:

  • The Las Vegas Cyber Speedway: Slightly kitsch, but ridiculously fun, you can virtually race a car down the Strip at 220 miles an hour in this 35,000-square-foot virtual raceway.
  • Nascar Cafe: Covered in race memorabilia and grilling up a menu that suits the pickiest of all-American race fans, the Nascar Cafe is cheap eating with flair like no other.
  • The 5,000-square-foot Mediterranean Pool: It's not shaped like a race-car, but with frequent guests Kyle and Richard Petty wandering the hotel, we'll wait by one of the best pools on the Strip.

Inside Knowledge: The Sahara Las Vegas Resort is the only hotel on the Strip that we'll recommend using the Monorail to and from. The usually over-expensive, back-alley monorail is worth the long haul from the Sahara at the north end to the MGM Grand at the south.

Do's and Don'ts: While any stay at the Sahara is sure to be fantastic, here are a few tips to make your stay even better:

  • Do Play the tables: While the slots go as low as a penny, the Sahara hosts some of the lowest-limit blackjack tables in Las Vegas -- perfect for the vacationer that doesn't want to lose everything.
  • Do Hit the Comedy Shop: Opened in 1983, this venue in the Congo Room of the Sahara has hosted great up and coming comedians and has featured Tim Allen, Lewis Black, Drew Carey and many others. Check EarlyVegas for comedy show deals and promo codes.
  • Don't Wait for drinks: The waitresses trolling the Casino aren't known for their outgoing demeanor. If you want a drink, don't just sit at the slots, give the girls a shout as you're throwing a bill in the machine.
  • Don't Cross the Street: This is the North Strip and there isn't much but road between the Sahara and Downtown Vegas. If you want to head over to Circus Circus or the Stratosphere, use the crosswalks.

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Sahara Las Vegas Reviews

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Mike - Early Vegas Staff Review

Joined: October 2010

xxx.xxx.244.242

Overall:
3.25
Service:
4
Cleanliness:
4
Location:
2
Quality:
3

Would recommend to a friend

Date of stay: 12/09

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Sahara Las Vegas - A little more north than I'd like it to be

I stayed at The Sahara with a couple of friends for a weekend. Our attention was more directed to popular spots on The Strip, as well as The Rio which was hosting an event we were in town for. We chose The Sahara over The Rio for its location on The Strip, which ended up being a mistake as we didn't realize how far north on The Strip it actually was.

We ended up spending most of our nighttime in the casinos and clubs around Planet Hollywood, which was quite a distance away from where we were staying. Between that and a 4am, $25 cab ride from The Rio to The Sahara the next night, I dropped far more money on cab fare than I honestly expected to – close to how much it had cost me to stay at The Sahara for one night.

There's nothing truly wrong with The Sahara outside of its location. It's a fine hotel and casino, and the cheap Blackjack limits were a nice way to make my $40 budget for gambling that weekend go for more than a few minutes. I also love anything that has that old Vegas vibe since many Las Vegas casinos lose that feeling in their strive to be giant theme parks (Circus Circus being exempt from this remark as it's supposed to feel like a giant theme park). The look and feel for The Sahara is great, and I'm happy that the renovations did not remove old Vegas charm from this place.

However, for what I typically end up doing, its location is far from ideal. It's just too far north on The Strip to make walking anywhere close to convenient. For a little old Vegas charm, I'd recommend it. If you plan on spending most of your time on The Strip, there are closer and cheaper hotels for you to stay at.

fwkrlv

Joined: June 2009

xxx.xxx.152.100

Overall:
2
Service:
2
Cleanliness:
2
Location:
2
Quality:
2

recommend to a friend

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Sahara Hotel & Casino

Sahara Hotel & CasinoYou get what you pay for - the hotel is dated, the rooms do not even have a coffee maker or alarm clock. If this is the only on-strip hotel in your budget, give a serious look to something off-strip. Due to construction of new hotels along the way, its not exactly walkable to the main strip casinos.

LVLori68

Joined: June 2009

xxx.xxx.134.237

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

recommend to a friend

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Not the best in Vegas

Not the best in VegasThe room was clean economical, and comfortable. The bathroom could have used a vent/fan to get the steam from the shower out a little faster, The beds were a little small, but there were two and it was clean. The hotel was on the small side so we didn't get lost. If you wanted to go and get your jacket in your room, you didn't have to walk a mile.

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Anonymous

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

Would recommend to a friend

Date of stay: 03/2010

Went with: spouse/partner

Type of visit: Leisure

The Sahara Hotel

How many hotels can you stay at for 3 nights and have it cost less than $100? It is the greatest place to sleep in Vegas for that "old Vegas" feeling with the price like it was in old Vegas. When I come to Vegas to gamble, drink and sleep as little as possible. Cheap food, cheap gambling, cheap (but strong) drinks, cheap fun! The rooms are just fine. There are even rooms with balconies...probably the only place on the strip with balconies these days. The rooms are average, but just fine for sleeping. The nascar influence in this hotel is a nice addition but not the primary reason for me to be at the Sahara. If someone is looking for a higher quality experience then move on up the strip! This place is just fine for a Vegas weekend!

 

Anonymous

Overall:
4
Service:
4
Cleanliness:
4
Location:
4
Quality:
4

Would recommend to a friend

Date of stay: 01/2010

Went with: family with younger children

Type of visit: Leisure

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Our family has stayed at the Sahara 3 times over the past 3 years.   Our most recent stay was 7 nights.  The Sahara is an older hotel and casino but we enjoy the classic atmosphere.  Some rooms have been updated, but the one we stayed in was still stuck in the 70's.  Our room was old but clean- the staff was very friendly and helpful.  The pool is large and surrounded by palm trees.  As far as the casino goes...it's classic Vegas, Baby!  Our 10 year old daughter had a great time.  Vegas isn't just for gambling and partying anymore. 

The Sahara is the northern most stop for the monorail which is the best mode of transport to get to the other casinos, shops, hotels on the strip.  The monorail travels from the Sahara to the MGM Grand with about 6 stops along the way.

We stayed in the Alexandria Tower.  If you stay in this tower, ask for a room with a balcony on the west side.  It will overlook the pool and part way down the strip.

Anonymous

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

Would recommend to a friend

Date of stay: 01/2010

Went with: alone

Type of visit: Business

Re: Sahara Las Vegas

Here for a 3 day convention. Was in the Tangier (newer) Tower.  Nice and clean and everything worked, no frills, but what do you expect for the ridiculously low price they charge?!*  The room did not have a coffee pot so I would bring one with me next trip otherwise you end up ordering room service coffee that cost me an arm and a leg.

This is a very well run property and you can't beat the monorail access to the convention center and the rest of the strip.  Forget renting a car...you don't need one staying here at the Sahara.

The hotel staff here were hard workers and always willing to accommodate and special requests that I needed- directions, reservations etc.

Sahara Las Vegas Guest Rooms

Deluxe Room

Deluxe Room

The Deluxe Rooms of the Alexandria Tower are designed for spacious comfort and provide views of the Strip. Both smoking and non-smoking rooms are available, and they can come with one king sized bed or tow doubles. Room accessories are meant to accommodate the needs of any visitor.

Superior Room

Superior Room

The top floors of the Sahara's Tangiers Tower host the recently renovated Superior Rooms, with new carpets and luxury bedding. Kick back and make your own coffee in the morning while watching the news on a flat-screen TV, or ponder your day with a view of the Strip.

Premium Room

Premium Room

For basic amenities and great city or Strip views, the 223 sq. ft. Premium Rooms in the Tangiers Towers is a great value. Amenities include one king bed or two double beds, satellite TV, A/C, clock radio, and a hair dryer.

Sahara Las Vegas Shows

Cheap
$25
SEATS Best
$50

Roseanne Barr has made a name for herself with her blunt, politically incorrect observations on American life. She brings this unique perspective with her to the Sahara in this hilarious stand-up comedy show. One of the world's most recognizable comediennes serves up a heaping plate of comedy and doesn't hold back to the delight of her devoted fans.

Sahara Las Vegas Restaurants

3.65

If you've got a need for speed and a stomach that's revving, push the petal to the metal and race over to the NASCAR Cafe in the Sahara Hotel and Casino. If you love the excitement of stock car racing, look no further.

The cafe features an extensive menu of American fare, including a monster BLT for serious bacon lovers, and a full bar serving NASCAR-inspired cocktails. In addition to quality food and drink, expect to revel in NASCAR memorabilia and vintage photos while you dine.

The allure of "Old Vegas" is calling you to feast like a member of the Rat Pack at the House of Lords Steakhouse in the Sahara Hotel and Casino. This elegant, classic steakhouse offers all your favorite fare like dry-aged steaks, fabulous lobster items and traditional desserts to finish it off.

What's even better it that these dishes won't cost you an arm and a leg. For diners on a budget, there's even an unheard of $30 tasting menu offering four satisfying courses!

Exhausted gamblers and late night revelers have been finding a culinary respite at the Sahara's Caravan Cafe for over 50 years; making it the longest running casino restaurant on the Strip. Quite an accomplish for a small diner tucked just away from the casino floor!

What makes the Caravan Cafe so special lies in their commitment to keeping things simple, which includes the dining room, the menu and the prices. Visitors to the cafe know they can grab a hot meal for a cool price and served by a friendly staff.

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