REVIEW

Hotel32

A renovated boutique hotel atop the Monte Carlo's 32nd floor that feels exclusive and chic.

By Sarah Feldberg, Monday, Feb 28, 2011, 9:00 AM

Hotel32, Las Vegas

Hotel32

About this Hotel

Price From $170

'Hood Center Strip. Right in the middle of all the action with CityCenter a brief tram ride away and New York, New York right next door.

The Vibe Set away from the rest of the Monte Carlo Resort and Casino on the building's 32nd floor, this chic space feels like an insider's secret. Exclusivity is the name of the game, from the modern, colorful rooms reached via two key-access elevators, to the private concierge and complimentary breakfast and hors d'oeuvres served in Lounge32.

Rooms Renovated into a boutique hotel atop the Monte Carlo after a 2008 fire destroyed much of the floor, the 50 rooms in Hotel32 range from standard-size hotel fare to 2,000-square-foot penthouses with all the trimmings. All rooms have a bright, bold decor and fabulous views, while the larger suites have massive bathrooms that come with steam showers and jetted tubs, as well as large living rooms with ample seating. The one- and two-bedroom penthouses have a bachelor-pad vibe with four flat-screen TVs in the living area and your choice of either a dining or pool table.

Plus Airport pickup and drop-off is complimentary for Hotel32 guests, as is use of an iPhone during their stay. The iPhone is equipped with a concierge app and can be used to place room-service requests, ask for the suite to be made up, and schedule a wake-up call, whether you're on property or elsewhere. Guests also have access to all Monte Carlo amenities, including restaurants, gaming, spa, and resident shows.

Minus The chic boutique vibe and VIP service starts and ends on the 32nd floor. When you venture downstairs, the rest of the casino doesn't stack up.

Free Wi-Fi? Included in the $20 per night resort fee.

Credit Cards Accepted AmEx, Discover, MC, Visa.

Details Studio room from $170, suite from $250, loft suite from $325, penthouse suites from $1,200.

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