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We stay here at least once a year and it's such a beautiful old hotel with sweeping staircases, bookcases full of books, beautiful rooms overlooking the plaza and Sean, the absolute best desk guy ever. The only complaint I have is that they took away...More
We truly enjoyed this nicely renovated hotel. Our room overlooked the plaza, which was lovely (albeit it noisy through traditional single pane windows - part of the charm). The very high ceilings and tall windows definitely tell it's era. The bed was comfy and the...More
I have stayed at The Plaza several times when visiting family. I love this beautiful historic hotel and am thankful that it has been preserved. Concierge Sean is a delight, always warmly welcoming guests. Unwelcome, though, are these changes:
In prior years, coffee was available...More
My family of four had a wonderful time at this hotel. There is a full service restaurant and bar that were wonderful. Staff were all great especially Allan. The bed pulled out for an additional bed. Dog friendly for an extra $10. Parked right in...More
Thank Sarah F
Response from Diane K, General Manager at Plaza HotelResponded 1 week ago
Thank you for sharing your experience. We are happy to hear that you and your family enjoyed your stay.
We also love our four-leeged friends and always happy to see them.
Remember to follow us on Facebook as the Castaneda Hotel goes through major renovations,...More
This is a grand hotel from the 1880s, when Las Vegas was a bustling mining city. The hotel has been carefully restored. The woodwork, chandeliers, carpeting, and furnishings are all meant to invoke a bygone era. One interesting detail: there are no room phones in...More
Thank Erik S
Response from Diane K, General Manager at Plaza HotelResponded 2 weeks ago
Thank you for taking the time to share your comments. Yes, the stairs are steep and if you are a movie buff they are the steps that NO Country For Old Men were filmed on. We are certainly glad that you enjoyed your stay.