Dine with a view at Stratosphere Tower, the signature attraction of one of the most popular hotels and casinos in Las Vegas. The tallest freestanding observation tower in the United States, the structure reaches a height of 350 m (1,150 ft). The top of the tower offers 360-degree views of the city, perhaps best appreciated at night, when thousands of lights illuminate the famous Strip. Unless you crave a good dose of adrenaline, provided by the tower's two roller coasters and a controlled free-fall attraction, enjoy the panoramic views over a gourmet dinner and cocktails served by the tower's award-winning restaurant. See Stratosphere Tower and all Las Vegas has to offer by arranging your trip with our Las Vegas travel planner.
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We enjoyed the view from this tower. Doing it at night is more expensive, but definitely worth it. Even so, it's expensive. I believe for three of us it was $99 which seems insane for less than an... more »
We celebrated our 49th Anniversary with the most spectacular view encompassing all of Las Vegas as the sunset and we slowly revolved. To add to this evening we ate an incredibly delicious dinner... more »
I was on Level 11 so the view was wonderful. Room was spacious, King Bed was comfortable, pillows so fluffy and soft. Jacuzzi tub with Shower was the most enjoyable relaxed time of my life. Air Conditioner worked well. House keeping Lady was very nice in helping me. July 4, 2020
The stay was ok. We initially booked an Elevate King room, but since we wanted to do an early check in we settled for a standard 2 queen bed room. The comforter on one of the beds was dingy with a dirt spot in the middle. Housekeeping does not tidy up the room At all and only comes after you leave. Now the website does state that due to covid that housekeeping would not be available as they normally would. However, we were there 4 days and 3 nights so I feel like at least one day we could’ve received a tidying up in the room new towels, ect. The PT’s bar has good food and I loved my drink. The strat cafe has very large portions that you can share between 2-3 people so that’s good as well. They do not have microwaves so be mindful of what you order as it’s pointless to take back to the room unless you have no problem eating cold food. There is a Walgreens, and liquor store, dispensary and gift shop all within walking distance. Oh and the pool closes super early at 6pm which is super Early but again I guess it’s due to Covid. Last but not least you are at the very end of the strip so you’ll have to either drive or the an Uber to all the action. Overall I would not stay here again, but it’s ok for a First timer to Vegas.
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