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Reviewed 27 March 2012

We stayed for a week in exchange from Interval International. In Vegas you are used to walk a lot to get to the Strip, last time we stayed at the Caesars and it took us 15 min to get out of the hotel from our room, this time took us 3 min. The hotel is located at the heart of the Strip, it´s in a small street between the Cosmo and the Bellagio.

The rooms are nice and the kitchen has every thing you need, we asked in advance for a room facing the fountains but they told us that could not be done until we checked in. Fortunately we did get one.

Overall we loved the place and would stay here agian.

Room Tip: Ask for a room facing the Bellagio
  • Stayed: March 2012, travelled with family
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Thank Traveler_Mx_10
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Reviewed 27 March 2012

We were very pleasantly surprised by our two bedroom suite for under $100 a night. We shared with another couple, which cut that rate in half! It was great to be in a quiet hotel - no casino, no smoke, but just a few steps away from all that in neighboring hotels. We could see the Bellagio fountain out the window if you looked around the concrete, but to tell you the truth you see enough when you're walking the strip. We were only in the room for breakfast, sleeping and when we needed a break from Vegas over-load. I didn't even know the place was a time-share and we were there 3 nights.

  • Stayed: April 2011, travelled as a couple
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Reviewed 27 March 2012

We booked two 2-bedroom condos at the Jockey Club from Las Vegas Tourist Bureau. We were there for a bachelor party, and we wanted to have a place for everyone to hang out without being in individual hotel rooms.

Both of our condos were great -- not five star, mind you, but recently renovated with comfy beds, fully stocked kitchens, two full bathrooms with huge warm showers, and lots of living area to hang out with the group.

A few things that really set Jockey Club apart from other accommodations:

1. Location - right in the middle of the southern strip, attached to the Cosmo and next door to the Bellagio.
2. Price - two bedroom condos for the price of a hotel room at the Cosmo.
3. Cosmo Amenities - direct access to the Cosmo casino through the "secret" Jockey Club elevators, plus access to all of their incredible pools just by flashing our key cards. Plus, reserved spots in their garage, access to tennis courts, etc.
4. JC Amenities - 24 hour pool, hot tub, and exercise room. Gas grills and picnic tables out by the pool.
5. Friendly Staff - Everyone we encountered was polite and laid back. The front desk staff went out of their way to help us out, give directions, etc.

Finally, here are some tips if you decide to stay at the Jockey Club:

1. Ask for a room with a view. One of our rooms looked out over the Bellagio fountains and the strip. The other looked out at a concrete wall. The Jockey Club is either feast or famine when it comes to views.
2. Rent a car and use the Harmon Ave. entrance to the Cosmo. You'll skip all the traffic on the strip, and get a reserved spot in the self park garage. Simply drive into the Cosmo valet area, proceeding down the ramp that says "Self Park". Then take two quick left turns and you'll be on level B2. Take four more quick left turns and you'll be down to level B3. Proceed about half way through the parking garage until you see a digital "space meter" on the ceiling showing the number of spaces left in the garage. Look to your left and you should see a set of discrete double doors and a (very!) small sign that you can't read. Park your car, and you'll notice the small sign says "Jockey Club Elevators".
3. Make use the "secret" elevators. See directions in step 2 for how to access the elevators from the parking garage. The elevators go to three other places -- the first floor of the Jockey Club with a confusing walkway to the lobby, the first floor of the Cosmopolitan Casino (remember the location of the doors so you can find your way back), and the second floor of the Jockey Club, right beside the Jockey Club Pool. The second floor stop is the best way to access your room in either tower -- just walk past the pool and to the appropriate "tower" elevator. Needless to say, these elevators make it very easy to access the amenities at the Cosmo without walking outside.
4. Book through a reseller (such as Las Vegas Tourist Bureau). You'll avoid the timeshare presentations completely -- we were never even asked -- and the agents will help you out with getting a room with a view, etc.

  • Stayed: March 2012, travelled with friends
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5  Thank TheInternationalLine
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Reviewed 18 March 2012

We traded a week from another timeshare so that we could stay in Vegas during March Madness weekend without paying a fortune. Check in was easy. We asked for a view, but there were none. We had a 1 bedroom on the 7th floor. The room was very nice and clean. The bed was comfy. Huge closet...small bathroom. The kitchen was well equipped although we didn't use anything but the Coffee Maker and coffee cups.

There is easy access to the Cosmopolitan Hotel and Casino. Just ask for directions. We were able to use their pool, but be prepared to arrive before 10 if you want a lounger.

We did not do a timeshare presentation as we don't want another. So many people are pulled in by the "FREEBIES" . Going to a timeshare presentation is not part of my Vegas plans. Just say NO...then walk away.

  • Stayed: March 2012, travelled as a couple
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1  Thank jucogjct
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Reviewed 15 March 2012

This was the biggest scam! We were promised a stay at the Jockey Club if we sat through a 90 minute PRESSURE FREE time share presentation. We were pressured beyond belief for 2 hours and NEVER got to see any rooms... we walked out to the pool area which was surrounded by OTHER tall hotels on each side. NO views......at the end of it all when we went to claim our free stay at the jockey club and they said they would send our information to us through the mail. I got a call a week later saying that I could upgrade for 99.00 and go TWICE in two years and be reimbursed my 99.00 on my second trip. I thought WHY NOT... I love Vegas and I am SURE to go back a minimum of two times in the next two years. Well..... I tried to cancel when we decided it wouldn't be worth sitting through the same timeshare TWO MORE TIMES on both visits. Really?? They wouldn't refund our 99.00! And that is how they want people to remember them. They would rather take someones 99.00 and risk "word of mouth" reviews where they are potentially losing way more than the 99.00 they could have given back.My review has a "terrible" rating only because It didn't go any lower. They claimed to be such a GREAT timeshare and there are only "a handfull of timeshares left for their wonderful hotel" .... then why are they stooping so low for 99.00??

  • Stayed: February 2012, travelled as a couple
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15  Thank funinthesun444
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