Trip Planner USA  /  Nevada  /  Las Vegas  /  Casinos  /  Imperial Palace Las Vegas

Imperial Palace Las Vegas, Las Vegas

Categories: Casinos & Gambling, Fun & Games
Inspirock Rating:
2.3/5 based on 170+ reviews on the web
Imperial Palace Las Vegas is located in Las Vegas. With our world travel planner, Las Vegas attractions like Imperial Palace Las Vegas can be center stage of your vacation plans, and you can find out about other attractions like it, unlike it, near it, and miles away.
Create a full itinerary - for free!
going to
read all reviews »
  • <Emplacement>The casino is really well positioned, we were all on foot. <Chambre>Spacious, the price remains reasonable weekdays <Casino>really well with games, shows and huge and very good cocktails. A redo</Casino> </Chambre></Emplacement>
    show original
  • I visited here as a first time visitor to America. The imperial in in a prime location on the 'strip'. It took less than 10 mins from airport to the hotel's door. Probably only a 3 star but as is comm...  read more »
  • great place to eat , buffet has all one could ask for at a great price , also all the attractions around the corner easy to get to from strip 
  • Isn't even called the IP anymore I think it's changed names twice since being called this. But regardless the big blue roofed hotel across from Caesar's is one of the best spots to stay. 1. once you figure out how to get to your room, which may be a bit confusing at first, you will find it's an easy in and out hotel to get to the strip as fast as possible. It's not a super deep hotel so it's about a 3 min walk out once you hit the casino floor. 2. It's always dirt cheap to be central strip and stay here. 3. They have balconies so if you want to get some fresh air most of the rooms towards the back have a great view and lots of fresh air. I've never felt the room was dirty and I feel it covers everything you need for the trip. I've stayed here quite a few times for as little as 18$ a day to 75$ so really not too bad if you think about it! Great spot, it's worth a chance!
  • What a Dump! They are actually in the process of demolishing (you can watch the construction crew if you want) this heap of crap and they can't do it fast enough. Since the place will be gone in a few months they don't bother doing any kind of repairs or cleaning. The carpeting throughout the entire place is deeply stained, torn, worn and stinks like a combination of smoke, skunk and body order. The room I stayed in needed so many minor repairs I could not even start to name them. It's one of those places where you feel dirty after coming out the shower. I tried to save a couple of bucks by staying here I wish I would have paid more for a better place. Other 'budget' places I stayed at on the strip are many times better.
  • Worst hotel I ever stayed in. The check-in queues are ridiculously long, the rooms and hallways are shabby and dirty (no, really, the hotel smells like it hasn't been cleaned since 1951) and the staff is very unfriendly. The lady at the front desk put me in a smoking room, despite my objections. The airconditioning makes a lot of noise and will give you a hard time trying to sleep. Also, my TV did not work. The location of the hotel and the low prices don't make up for all this: the Imperial Palace is awful and you should avoid this terrible excuse for an hotel at all cost. (The casino looks fun though.)
  • the rooms were incredibly cheap and were clean. However: 1. Parking garage had no spaces open and due to construction it was almost impossible to get into. 2. Elevators in parking garage and in the casino were so slow with huge lines that walking the stairs is MUCH faster (location of which is not always marked). The elevators to rooms are pretty decent. 3. Finding the check-in location is a little convoluted, but got lucky that there was no line, but the band was so loud that nobody could hear anything and the check-in people had to yell to be heard. LOTS of people for a Monday / Tuesday -- hate to imagine a weekend. 4. At 3:00 am some drunken college kids started yelling from their balcony to a group of girls on another balcony in the opposite tower. thankfully it was only for 15 minutes before they quieted down. 5. The "golden" moment of the stay was the fact that the room was overlooking the construction site where they started with jack hammers at 6:00 am. My recommendation is to spend $20 more and go somewhere else if you care about getting some sleep...
  • Shower didnt drain, carpet held down with duct tape. Currently undergoing construction. Stay away from until construction is over and then possibly it may be better. Employees were very helpful and friendly.
Nearby Attractions
Visit for 30​m
Visit for 4​h 30​m
Visit for 2​h 30​m
Visit for 2​h