This hotel has undergone significant renovations since our visit.
We will update our photos and review as soon as we can.
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Across the street from the Las Vegas Convention Center (still, a five-minute walk) and a monorail station, so that it's easy to explore the Strip
Situated directly across the street from the Las Vegas Monorail station and the Las Vegas Convention Center, this Courtyard is one of a number of hotels that surround the convention center -- the Renaissance Las Vegas, the Las Vegas Hilton, and the Hilton Grand Vacation Club.
If the heat is bearable, the Wynn hotel (at the northern end of the Strip) and all of its superb high-end shopping and dining are just a 15-minute walk away. But in Vegas, most people would splurge on a two-minute, $5 taxi.
Comfortable, but given the tube TVs and old bedding, you can do much better for the price
Located across the street from the Las Vegas Convention Center (about a five-minute walk) and a monorail station (to explore the Strip), the Courtyard is convenient, and it has all the essentials -- a 24-hour business center and free Internet -- but its 137 outdated guest rooms don't quite match those at the equally convenient Las Vegas Hilton.