Planet Hollywood Hotel and Casino
Just The Facts, Please.
2,500 Rooms give or take a few
100,000 square feet
Spa by Mandara 32,000 square feet
Nothing Special; Two 4,500 square foot pools plus two Jacuzzis
Miracle Mile Shops 170 stores and 15 restaurants.
Large LED screens wrapping around the entrance to the Hotel and Casino.
Miracle Mile Shops surround the outside of the casino and is connected directly to the casino floor on the north and south sides. By Vegas standards this is a rather bland indoor mall, filled with mostly mid-level shops.
Pool and Spa
Pool: Two large outdoor (4,500 sq ft) pools and two jacuzzi's, located on the 6th floor of the hotel. Pools close early, 4:30pm
Spa by Mandara: full spectrum of Spa services:massage, facials, hair and nail treatments, tanning plus fitness equipment. Complimentary fruit, juice, coffee and bottled water. $25 fee for Hotel guest, $35 otherwise.
Poker Room and Sports Book
The poker room with about 15 tables,has been re-modeled since the Aladdin days with new chairs and furnishing to match the re-modeled the casino, however, list tracking is still done on paper. The poker room is near casino entrance on the strip, it is also near a Karaoke Bar, which can get noisy. The room tends to draw mostly tourists staying in the hotel, and is thus the competition is generally viewed as soft. The cocktail service is fair, no top shelf liquors served. No hourly comp rating. No poker room hotel rate. Beginner lessons at 9am.
Race & Sports Book: Two large screens and about 30 medium sized screens, evenly split between sports and horse racing. About 75 leather nice seats A definite improvement over the Aladdin Sports Book, but still below average for the strip.
Nightclubs, Bars and Lounges
Nightclub from the Opium Group of South Beach Florida. Open seating, no VIP areas. Conspicuous consumption is handled by sparklers attached to champagne bottles.
The Living Room
Another Opium Group property, located adjacent to Prive, complete with fireplaces, couches, overstuffed chairs and velvet curtains.
Hawaiian Tropic Zone
Nightclub inspired by the suntan lotion of the same name.
The Playing Field Lounge
The Race in Sports Book turn into The Playing Field Lounge at night, complete with 33 plasma screens and two jumbo screens.
The Las Vegas Home of the television show "Extra", Piano Bar Wed.-Sat. 9pm-1am; Country Karaoke Sun.-Tues. 9pm-1am
The Heart Bar
Located in the center of the casino, open 24hours. Drinks served by waitresses clad in black leather go-go attire plus dancing girls.
Circular gold couches surrounded by Tibetan prayer wheels. Happy hour 5pm-7pm 1/2 off signature drinks and appetizers.
Planet Hollywood Hotel and Casino has a great location right in the middle of the strip, which is targeted towards a middle middle class clientele and is surrounded by the Miracle Shops, an indoor mall filled with stores aimed at middle class patrons.
The Casino Floor is the epitome of the current Vegas Zeitgeist, with a near complete roll-back of Vegas Kitsch. Rectangular light fixtures scattered overhead gradually change colors, while music is is played loud enough to drown out any conversation below a shout.
Location, location, location everyone mentions the great location of Planet Hollywood. The beds get high marks too, the thin walls between rooms, not so much. Rooms are dimly lit. The timeshare sales people seem to get on everyone's nerves here. Surprising comments about getting static shocks in the room. The self parking was noted for a long and convoluted walk to the hotel lobby. Valet parking receives mixed reviews. Some found the loud music in the casino annoying, while others feel it helps create a party-like atmosphere. On the food front, Pink's Hot Dogs and the only 24 hour Starbucks in Las Vegas receive some buzz.
The newly remodeled "Hollywood Hip" rooms are notable for containing real movie memorabilia, hence you're not staying in room 2510 but the "Die Hard" room. The bathrooms are large with soaking tubs and separate shower stalls. Pillow-top mattresses, with down pillows and flat panel televisions complete the package.
Tony and Tina’s Wedding
A comedy audience participation show, which includes dinner. More, please.
Production show with a live band and dancers. More, please.
Theater for the Performing Arts at Planet Hollywood
7,000 seat theater
V - The Ultimate Variety Show More, please.
American Storm Male Revue More, please.
Stripper 101 - A striptease cardio and pole dancing class, for women only.
Fab Four- Beatles tribute show
Steve Wyrick Real Magic
Hypnosis Unleashed - Billed as “Where the audience members are the real stars of the show”
Amazing Jonathan - Magic / Comedy show. More, please.
Trent Carlini - Elvis Impersonator
Marc Savard’s Mesmerized - Hypnotist, audience participation.
Rick Thomas - Afternoon Magic Show at Saxe Theater. More, please.
Earl of Sandwich
Good sandwiches on artisan bread, such as roast beef with cheddar cheese and creamy horseradish or Hawaiian barbeque made with grilled chicken, ham, Hawaiian barbeque sauce, swiss cheese and pineapple slices.
Sushi bar plus Hot food such as kobe steaks sesame encrusted lobster tail. Only open at night average cost $25-35.
P. F. Changs
A national chain serving good quality Americanized Chinese food.
A Steakhouse decorated a la bordello, hence the name. The steaks including the Tuna Steak have gotten good reviews on the internet along with some of the appetizers, such as garlic bread with Gorgonzola fondue. The 24 layer chocolate cake gets rave reviews, and served in a huge portion, one party stated that four people were unable to finish one serving. Expect around $100 per person all-in.
San Francisco based Polynesian theme chain, and originator of the Mai Tai cocktail, is located in the Miracle Mile mall adjacent to the casino. This is the largest Trader Vic’s in the world, 15,000 square feet of Polynesian Kitsch.
Mexican food prepared by Executive Chef Josh McKinney. Fresh Guacamole prepared table side ($9) and fresh fruit margarita bar complete with 60 tequila brands is a good start for any Mexican Restaurant. Entrees range from$10 for vegetable enchiladas to $28 for a grilled rib-eye steak Open for lunch and dinner.
A coffee shop open 24/7 with a large and diverse set of options.
Spice Market Buffet
One of the better buffets in Las Vegas, not in the same league as Bellagio or Wynn, but comfortably in the next grouping. More, please.