The Quad Vegas

User Rating based on 8 reviews

3.1

Hi-yah! The Quad is just like the lair of Bruce Lee's villains!


A Quick Look

  • Location: The Strip
  • Hotel Class:
    3
     
  • Room Price:
    2
     
  • Hotel Size:2,640 rooms
  • Casino Size:75,000 sq. ft.

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The Skinny

The mid-Strip location that The Quad Resort and Casino Las Vegas boasts is fantastic, and their affordable rooms are great for a cheap Las Vegas vacation. In fact, The Quad Vegas Hotel is one of the best cheap hotels on the Vegas Strip. Of course, you do get what you pay for when it comes to luxury.

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Most Recent Reviews

I went during the construction, so a lot of people were avoiding it. This is a good property with truly reasonable rates and a great location. The pool was acceptable, the room was spartan (but clean), and the decor is blah. However, add to that...

joebrazil
Oct 17, 2012

I went during the construction, so a lot of people were avoiding it. This is a good property with truly reasonable rates and a great location. The pool was acceptable, the room was spartan (but clean), and the decor is blah. However, add to that...

joebrazil
Oct 17, 2012
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...
saywei
Jul 28, 2010
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...
SimonLeb
Mar 31, 2010
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...
sally
Mar 04, 2010

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Quick Facts

  • Check-in at 4pm
  • Check-out at 11am
  • Check-In Age - 21+
  • 2000+ Rooms
  • Near Attractions
  • High-Speed Internet
  • Pets Allowed
  • On-Site Restaurant
  • Parking
  • Near Restaurants

Info

Location:
3535 Las Vegas Blvd. South
Las Vegas, Nevada 89109
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Website:
http://www.thequadlv.com/casinos/the-quad/hotel-casino/property-home.shtml?

Room Quality:

The rooms are clean, but small and quite spartan when it comes to the equipment. The decor in the non-renovated rooms is not overly tacky or disturbing (unlike the casino). The decor in the renovated rooms at The Quad Hotel and Casino Las Vegas is newer. You want to ask for a room in the first tower since it has the best elevator service. (Apparently, the first tower is only for heavy sleepers, though, since loud noise from the outdoor stage at Harrah's next door can go on until late into the night.) The Luv Tub rooms have big hot tubs for romantic flings, or for people with a few extra bucks to spend. The hotel has expanded many times and so its towers are scattered about. The location is hard to beat, since it's right in the heart of the Center Strip, so if you just want a place to lay your head, the IP just might be for you. They have wireless high-speed Internet throughout the property (for a fee).

Service Quality:

The Quad Resort and Casino Las Vegas is a place for people with moderate tastes, so don't wander in here if you're expecting Bellagio-quality stuff. Check-in can be a two-hour experience if you choose the wrong day and time.

What You Get Bottles of in the Bathroom:

Shampoo, conditioner and a shower cap. Like we said: spartan.

Clientele:

Middle-aged to elderly, and bargain hunting young adults. The Quad Resort and Casino Las Vegas is a low-roller casino and it draws a low-roller clientele. Expect to see lots of polyester.

How's the Pool?

Average. The Quad Las Vegas pool is rectangular and un-themed.

Resort Fee:

The Quad was never really a "resort," but you still have to pay a resort fee of $15 per night. You get internet access for one device and local calls. The resort fee is almost the same price as the room, how silly!

Is it Worth It?

For a place to rest your head in the middle of all the best Las Vegas action, The Quad is the place to be. For a luxury escape from reality, stay anywhere else.

Hotel Amenities

  • Air-conditioning
  • ATM/Banking
  • Ballroom(s)
  • Bar/Lounge
  • Business Services
  • Conference room(s)
  • Dry Cleaning
  • Event Catering
  • Fitness Center
  • Multilingual Staff
  • Pets Accepted
  • Restaurants
  • Room Service
  • Wedding Services
  • Spa

Table Games:

They deal all your favorites at The Quad Resort and Casino Las Vegas. Some people always play here and believe the tables are more generous. Beware the "Dealertainers" who will attempt to do more than just deal the games. Nah, just kidding. They're actually pretty class acts and they do some great impersonations. Have at it.

Bet Minimums:

$5 which puts it on the lower end for the Strip on weekend nights, Craps is $5 most of the time with 3x4x5x odds. So is roulette. Let It Ride, Three Card Poker and Pai Gow are all $5 to $10.

Machines:

From pennies up to at least $5. It's a low-roller joint and they'll give you points on your slot card even for lowly nickel play. There are few if any full-pay video poker machines.

Cocktails?

Good. They mix 'em strong enough that the tacky decor starts to look exotic.

Who Gets Comps?

They are now part of the Harrah's outfit, with the Total Rewards slot card.

Number of TVs:

They have 12 TVs in the race book that everyone can watch, and they have 15 in the sports bar. All are medium-sized or smaller. 

Number of Seats:

There are over 200 seats in the massive and decent book. Seats have their own little TVs, but they only show sporting events. Well, anyway, we couldn't find "Green Acres."

Number of Betting Windows:

There are ten boards. The boards are plain old white slate, just like Mom used to write odds on.

Free Drinks?

No, you're pretty much on your own for drinks. Of course, with the deals you can get with The Quad Vegas promo codes you'll have a few extra bucks to get sloshed.

Snack Bar?

No, but the Burger Palace is right next door and it has good burgers.

Number of Tables:

Six tables with three or more working at busy times.

Comfort of Chairs:

Hey, come on. You're worried about the damn chairs? Maybe you should be more worried about that guy down at the end who's slow playing you with pocket queens. Then you'll stop fretting over the chairs.

Closed Room or Open to Casino?

The room is fairly open to the rest of the casino, and close to the main entrance.

Game Spreads and Limits:

Hold 'Em, Texas Hold 'Em. It's exclusively low limit, with the games starting at a totally reasonable $2-$4. They will deal no limit as well at $1-$2.

Beginner Games or Classes:

No classes. You're going to have to buy a book.

How Crowded is the Room?

Medium, not too bad, but they have a huge hotel to suck from the fill seats. So, we guess what we're saying is there is always a game, and there is rarely a wait.

Comps?

You can use your slot card to get rated and receive pretty good comps, at $2 an hour.

How Good Are the Players?

The Quad Resort and Casino Las Vegas attracts lots of bad tourists, so if you know how to play tight-aggressive or have solid fundamentals you can probably grind out a profit. Of course, if you have solid skills, you'll probably find a better place where more money's at stake.

What Else Do I Need to Know?

Prizes for high hands. They've got low-cost No-Limit tournaments going on most days.

The Quad Hotel Las Vegas Guest Rooms

Deluxe Luv Tub

Deluxe Luv Tub

We aren't sure if this room is meant to be romantic or sleazy, but we like it. The king bed has a canopy and if you look at the ceiling you will be pleased to see yourself looking down at you from the huge mirror above your head. There isn't a shower but the elevated extra-big soaking tub makes up for that. There's also a balcony, which is nice if you need to get some fresh air. If you want to pay extra you can get wireless Internet, video games and pay movies.

Deluxe Room

Deluxe Room

The deluxe rooms at The Quad have plush fabric headboards so that you don't bump your head while you're errr...sleeping. You can get one king bed or two queen beds. There's a table and two chairs for your early morning poker practice. The bathroom has a shower/tub combo, just like at home. For an extra charge you can enjoy technology instead of Sin City and get wireless Internet, video games and pay movies.

Capri Room

Capri Room

You can get one king bed or two queen beds in this room. It's still pretty close to the Strip but it's tucked away 100 yards behind the main tower in a motel-like 3 story building. You can get a refrigerator and Internet access for a surcharge. Don't miss out on great The Quad Vegas promo codes that knock the prices of these rooms down to pocket change.

Classic Room

Classic Room

This is your classic hotel room with one king bed or two double beds. You get cable TV without extra cost, but you have to pay if you want video games, movies or Internet. There's a shower/tub combination and complimentary toiletries. Don't miss out on the electronic check-out here - it's worth it to not stand in the line. Smoking is permitted in these rooms.

Deluxe Room Non-Smoking Pet Stay

Deluxe Room Non-Smoking Pet Stay

If you don't smoke but you do have pets, this is the room for you. Get one king bed or two double beds, wireless Internet and pay movies for a charge, cable TV and a phone with voice mail. Hey, we didn't say this was the Ritz. The bathroom has a shower/tub combo and free basic toiletries. Oh yeah, and if you do smoke don't despair, you can request a smoking room that allows pets too. Just be aware that your pets aren't allowed in all parts of the hotel.

User Average Review

Overall:
3.1
Service:
3.15
Cleanliness:
3
Location:
4.15
Room Quality:
2.15

Based on 8 reviews

Rating Distribution

71.0% recommended it

The Quad Hotel Las Vegas Reviews

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Overall:
2
Service:
1
Cleanliness:
2
Location:
4
Quality:
1

mstav2u Would not recommend to a friend

Date of stay: 2/13

TERRIBLE EXPERIENCE AT THE QUAD

Terrible experience. I understand they were doing construction, but water was shut off one night from like 11pm-7am, so we had to go next door for restrooms. I had reserved a room online for a non smoking room and when I got there was informed they had no non smoking rooms and I could upgrade to a newer room with a balcony and an view of the pool. So, I upgraded for $10 a night and it was an old room, not a remodeled one, with stains on the ceiling and stained carpet. The only view I got was of the construction going on. When I went to check out I talked to the manager and she informed me that they are not obligated to provide anything but a room when a person reserves a room. They don't have to provide a non smoking room even if you pay for it online. She was very rude and I will not stay there again because the manager had an I don't give a crap attitude. I would think if you reserve a non smoking room before you go that they should be obligated to give you one. You pay for it online and they have it as one of the questions smoking or non smoking!!! If they don't have to oblige why ask the question in the first place because you'll get whatever they want to give you. The worst experience in a hotel in Vegas and I've been there quite a few times.

Overall:
4.25
Service:
4
Cleanliness:
5
Location:
5
Quality:
3

joebrazil Would recommend to a friend

Date of stay: 12/12

Updates to the June 2012 review

Changes from my previous trip (also reviewed below): The Quad should try to renovate restrooms. The ones I used (not the hotel bathroom) were showing their age. The burger joint was not as good as I remember, but Hash House A Go-Go was better than I remember. The room I had compares with a cheap downtown hotel, which means it's fine for me but, just for example, the in-room TV was as old as the TVs in the sports book, and they, like the public restrooms, need an upgrade. Great value doesn't cut it if you wanted a better room, so stay here if your budget demands it.

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

John Speno Would recommend to a friend

Date of stay: 1/13

Quad needs to get the bugs out during transition

The main draw for the Quad is the fact that it is the only "pet-friendly" hotel on the Strip. If you bring your dog, they'll put you in "Tower 4", where you will hear dogs barking as you walk down the hallways. The walls are thick enough so that you cannot hear dogs barking from your room tough. Navigating through this hotel is extremely confusing. For example, the gaming area is located on the 2nd floor. Our room was located on 2nd floor also (in Tower 4). So you would think that the route from casino to room would be direct. But the fact is, you have to go down to the 1st floor, walk to another set of elevators, and then go back up to the 2nd floor again. The signs directing you to your destination (whether it be casino, parking garage, room, etc.) are very confusing. At any given time, you will see patrons wandering around in an utter state of confusion. I was told that the transition from Imperial Palace to Quad will be completed by December 2013. Hopefully, they'll get all the bugs out by that time.

Overall:
1.75
Service:
2
Cleanliness:
1
Location:
3
Quality:
1

Doorman176 Would not recommend to a friend

Date of stay: 12/12

Not that bad

The place is not to bad, it's a you get what you pay for deal, only good if you want a cheap place and don't care about anything else. Worst sports book in the world, there are tons of tv,s but not 1 of them was brought in the last 20 years, and that is not a joke. The ones in the actual sports book room are so bad you can't even see which horse is witch. They ought to be ashamed of it. The burger place is a greasy spoon at best. The hash house is great, people that work there are pretty nice. Bar service when playing was hit or miss and I tipped with each drink. The noise from the construction is bad.

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

joebrazil Would recommend to a friend

Date of stay: 8/12

Better than the sum of its parts! Assuming...

I went during the construction, so a lot of people were avoiding it. This is a good property with truly reasonable rates and a great location. The pool was acceptable, the room was spartan (but clean), and the decor is blah. However, add to that an excellent race and sports book, decent nickel video poker, one of the better restaurants on the strip (Hash House A-Go-Go), a burger bar that serves a meal for $9 (hard to find on the strip these days), and very good drink service, and you have... a casino resort that is better than the sum of its parts! I am returning in December for five nights, $100 plus tax total. Incredible!

You should NOT stay here if you need a room so swanky you'll take pictures of it, or you want a fine buffet. (Go to Hash House--the prices are similar, portion size and quality are amazing.)

You SHOULD stay here if you are a party animal who has $200 per day to spend and wants to spend 80% of it on clubbing.

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

joebrazil Would recommend to a friend

Date of stay: 8/12

Better than the sum of its parts! Assuming...

I went during the construction, so a lot of people were avoiding it. This is a good property with truly reasonable rates and a great location. The pool was acceptable, the room was spartan (but clean), and the decor is blah. However, add to that an excellent race and sports book, decent nickel video poker, one of the better restaurants on the strip (Hash House A-Go-Go), a burger bar that serves a meal for $9 (hard to find on the strip these days), and very good drink service, and you have... a casino resort that is better than the sum of its parts! I am returning in December for five nights, $100 plus tax total. Incredible!

You should NOT stay here if you need a room so swanky you'll take pictures of it, or you want a fine buffet. (Go to Hash House--the prices are similar, portion size and quality are amazing.)

You SHOULD stay here if you are a party animal who has $200 per day to spend and wants to spend 80% of it on clubbing.

4 Users Reviewed The Quad Vegas on www.earlyvegas.com and lasvegas.nyctourist.com

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

saywei would recommend to a friend

Date of stay: 06/30

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

SimonLeb would recommend to a friend

Date of stay: 02/28

Imperial Palace Hotel and 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.
Overall:
3.25
Service:
3
Cleanliness:
3
Location:
5
Quality:
2

sally would Not recommend to a friend

Date of stay: 01/31

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

CelineGonz would recommend to a friend

Date of stay: 01/31

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 and amp; Casino.

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

joebrazil Would recommend to a friend

Date of stay: 8/12

Better than the sum of its parts! Assuming...

I went during the construction, so a lot of people were avoiding it. This is a good property with truly reasonable rates and a great location. The pool was acceptable, the room was spartan (but clean), and the decor is blah. However, add to that an excellent race and sports book, decent nickel video poker, one of the better restaurants on the strip (Hash House A-Go-Go), a burger bar that serves a meal for $9 (hard to find on the strip these days), and very good drink service, and you have... a casino resort that is better than the sum of its parts! I am returning in December for five nights, $100 plus tax total. Incredible!

You should NOT stay here if you need a room so swanky you'll take pictures of it, or you want a fine buffet. (Go to Hash House--the prices are similar, portion size and quality are amazing.)

You SHOULD stay here if you are a party animal who has $200 per day to spend and wants to spend 80% of it on clubbing.

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

joebrazil Would recommend to a friend

Date of stay: 8/12

Better than the sum of its parts! Assuming...

I went during the construction, so a lot of people were avoiding it. This is a good property with truly reasonable rates and a great location. The pool was acceptable, the room was spartan (but clean), and the decor is blah. However, add to that an excellent race and sports book, decent nickel video poker, one of the better restaurants on the strip (Hash House A-Go-Go), a burger bar that serves a meal for $9 (hard to find on the strip these days), and very good drink service, and you have... a casino resort that is better than the sum of its parts! I am returning in December for five nights, $100 plus tax total. Incredible!

You should NOT stay here if you need a room so swanky you'll take pictures of it, or you want a fine buffet. (Go to Hash House--the prices are similar, portion size and quality are amazing.)

You SHOULD stay here if you are a party animal who has $200 per day to spend and wants to spend 80% of it on clubbing.

Overall:
1.75
Service:
2
Cleanliness:
1
Location:
3
Quality:
1

Doorman176 Would not recommend to a friend

Date of stay: 12/12

Not that bad

The place is not to bad, it's a you get what you pay for deal, only good if you want a cheap place and don't care about anything else. Worst sports book in the world, there are tons of tv,s but not 1 of them was brought in the last 20 years, and that is not a joke. The ones in the actual sports book room are so bad you can't even see which horse is witch. They ought to be ashamed of it. The burger place is a greasy spoon at best. The hash house is great, people that work there are pretty nice. Bar service when playing was hit or miss and I tipped with each drink. The noise from the construction is bad.

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

John Speno Would recommend to a friend

Date of stay: 1/13

Quad needs to get the bugs out during transition

The main draw for the Quad is the fact that it is the only "pet-friendly" hotel on the Strip. If you bring your dog, they'll put you in "Tower 4", where you will hear dogs barking as you walk down the hallways. The walls are thick enough so that you cannot hear dogs barking from your room tough. Navigating through this hotel is extremely confusing. For example, the gaming area is located on the 2nd floor. Our room was located on 2nd floor also (in Tower 4). So you would think that the route from casino to room would be direct. But the fact is, you have to go down to the 1st floor, walk to another set of elevators, and then go back up to the 2nd floor again. The signs directing you to your destination (whether it be casino, parking garage, room, etc.) are very confusing. At any given time, you will see patrons wandering around in an utter state of confusion. I was told that the transition from Imperial Palace to Quad will be completed by December 2013. Hopefully, they'll get all the bugs out by that time.

Overall:
4.25
Service:
4
Cleanliness:
5
Location:
5
Quality:
3

joebrazil Would recommend to a friend

Date of stay: 12/12

Updates to the June 2012 review

Changes from my previous trip (also reviewed below): The Quad should try to renovate restrooms. The ones I used (not the hotel bathroom) were showing their age. The burger joint was not as good as I remember, but Hash House A Go-Go was better than I remember. The room I had compares with a cheap downtown hotel, which means it's fine for me but, just for example, the in-room TV was as old as the TVs in the sports book, and they, like the public restrooms, need an upgrade. Great value doesn't cut it if you wanted a better room, so stay here if your budget demands it.

Overall:
2
Service:
1
Cleanliness:
2
Location:
4
Quality:
1

mstav2u Would not recommend to a friend

Date of stay: 2/13

TERRIBLE EXPERIENCE AT THE QUAD

Terrible experience. I understand they were doing construction, but water was shut off one night from like 11pm-7am, so we had to go next door for restrooms. I had reserved a room online for a non smoking room and when I got there was informed they had no non smoking rooms and I could upgrade to a newer room with a balcony and an view of the pool. So, I upgraded for $10 a night and it was an old room, not a remodeled one, with stains on the ceiling and stained carpet. The only view I got was of the construction going on. When I went to check out I talked to the manager and she informed me that they are not obligated to provide anything but a room when a person reserves a room. They don't have to provide a non smoking room even if you pay for it online. She was very rude and I will not stay there again because the manager had an I don't give a crap attitude. I would think if you reserve a non smoking room before you go that they should be obligated to give you one. You pay for it online and they have it as one of the questions smoking or non smoking!!! If they don't have to oblige why ask the question in the first place because you'll get whatever they want to give you. The worst experience in a hotel in Vegas and I've been there quite a few times.