Aston Montelago Village Resort - Henderson36.102064, -114.929674
Aston Montelago Village Resort is a 4-star property featuring a safe deposit box, a garage and a luggage storage. Renovated in 2009, this unique hotel offers accommodation in a 6-story European building.
This hotel is situated 22 km away from The Strip. The property is set within 9 km distance from Henderson city center.
The hotel is surrounded by a chocolate factory, golf courses and restaurants.
Aston Montelago Village Resort lies 25 km away from Mc Carran Intl airport.
Aston Montelago Village Resort provides guestrooms appointed with central heating, a private safe, cable television, a private balcony and a personal computer. The hotel offers non-smoking guestrooms with a view over the bridge. They also have en suite bathrooms with a shower, a hairdryer and a bidet.
Eat & Drink
At the in-house restaurant guests can enjoy seafood cuisine. Guests can relax in the Irish bar serving refreshing drinks. The property is set in Henderson district, within about 5 minutes' walk of Pizza Mania and Sunset & Vines that serve delectable meals.
All visitors are offered a full breakfast for a fee.
Business travelers can make use of a business centre and a meeting room offered on site.
Aston Montelago Village Resort provides a playroom and a pool for children. Active guests will enjoy a gym and a fitness center as well as kayaking and fishing.
Wireless internet is available in the entire hotel for free.
Private parking is possible on site for free.
Year renovated: 2009. Number of floors: 6. Number of rooms: 300.
Sports & Fitness
- Fitness centre
- Golf course
- Dry cleaning
- Wake up service
- Bar/ Lounge area
- Business centre
- Children's pool
Spa & Leisure
- Swimming pool
- Spa & wellness centre
- Air conditioning
- In-room safe
- City landmarks
The location and facility was beautiful! Loved the beach! The food was good the staff was very friendly and helpful, no cigarette smoke or loud casinos. However if you are looking for some of that there is the "Village", which is part of the resort, with some night life or the Vegas Strip only a 15-20 min drive away. A good family and romantic get away. The best place I've stayed at so far even my teenage son had positive things to say. By the way there was a mix up with our reservation, it was handled very professonally, we did not stay in the Viera Studio, our room was upgraded.
Although it is a family oriented place there are not enough activeities for teenagers. The other big negitive for me was no! shuttle to and from the airport. They offer one to and from the strip but not the airport this would not be such a issue if you could take one of the many airport shuttles to the resort but None! of them go there. The options are a taxis, limo or sedan ride which is Very Costly! of course you could also rent a car. We took an airport shuttle to the strip and then the resort shuttle back to the hotel but this only works if your departure and arrival times correspond with the resorts shuttle schedule.
The resort is newer, and very clean. We had to make a last minute reservation and got twice the room we would have gotten on the strip for the same price. The room was tastfully decorated and comfortable. If you are looking for a quiet place with adequate ammenities, this would be a good pick. The kids really liked the pool, and if we had time we would have taken a boat ride, nice location being right on the lake.
Two out of the three pool gates were locked? There werent any pool towels available... In our room or at the pool during our stay. It was about 25 minutes from the strip. Nickel and dime pricing... room was 119.00 with a 13% surcharge and another 22.00 fee....blah blah blah... one price would be nice!
Remake of a Tuscany setting outside Las Vegas (approximately 20 to 30 minutes driving to the airport depending on the traffic); quiet setting and comfortable rooms (we stayed at Luna di Lusso), nice selection of restaurants in the resort (we went to Black Pepper, nice food and a very attentive blonde waitress) with ample outside dining away from the casino (which we didn't even enter). We stayed on a Friday night and there was a nice band playing Beatles songs, with a lot of people gathering on the lawn to hear the concert. Ideal for overnight in Las Vegas before starting your tour in the Southwest, or with an early departure the next day (which was our case).
Every remake in Las Vegas looks so fake, but I guess you just have to accept that...The resort is very spread out, we had to walk 5-10 minutes to the shop & restaurant area and cross the very desolate and unlighted fake 'PonteVeccio'. As the original, it used to have shops in the gallery but you could see that these were abandoned some time ago. The same goes for other shops in the resort, our restaurant had very little clientèle (on a Friday night) and judging by the room windows which were lit, the occupation was very low... this hotel has seen better times.
Far enough away from Las Vegas, but just enogh fun. Beautiful place to stay. Would definitly stay again.
very clean, comfortable, beautiful swimming pool and spa
you have to add 10 dollars per person for the resort fee
Location, peace and quiet after downtown Las Vegas
Unfortunately we were here the night some chap decided to slash 38 car's tyres. Luckily we had a rental car and this was sorted but the hotel staff were singularly unhelpful, and seemed to resolve he selves of any responsibility. Not even I am very sorry this happened to you on your one nights stay in out hotel!
It is in a beautiful location. After living in Las Vegas for almost 10 years and attending triathlons there, I had always wanted to stay in the Lake Las Vegas area. For a reasonable price we had a lake view (which ended up a partial lakeview.)
The check-in staff was not friendly. I specified that I was traveling with 2 young children, including their ages on boking.com, but at check- in I was registered for 2 adults only and given the option of giving up the lakeview and balcony I booked for a hideaway. Lastly, half of the shops and restaurants were closed and vacant and of the still existing businesses, less than half were open at 6:00pm on a Thursday, which greatly limited our options for shopping and dinner.
Comfortable, beautiful, clean inviting. Had the perfect get-away feel from the city.
Wonderful bathtub, but took too long to fill......As a part of a wedding party, I called in to make a reservation and was gold there were no rooms. I got on the internet and booked immediately at a great cost than was originally promised $155. versus $85
We liked the location as we were there to sightsee and it was easy access to wherever we wanted to go. We liked being able to walk to restaurants and the pleasant surroundings of the lakes and beautiful buildings added to a very pleasant atmosphere.
Quiet, confortable, clean, pick up shuttle to strip
Couldn't get a morning paper anywhere
Nice room. Size and comfort.
Keys hard to work. Had an ice machine but no ice buckets. No hotel info in the room like tv listing or map of the village. We had our 3 year old grandson with is so we were wanting room service, when there wasn't room service we didn't know our options of the "resort" . Was a kitchette but where do you get food? Not very well thought of. More to a hotel than the room..
The locale, botiques,and the food were excellent
Very good appartment. But, resort is still recovering from recession. Many shops closed, golf courts closed and no grocery shop nearby. However, the location is worth every penny due to the nice big appartment, good swimming pool and nice restaurants. I would recommend it for a 2 to 3 days stay with children or a longer stay when you like a quiet environment and if you do not mind to do your shopping in Henderson.
Many houses for sale and it is a pity to see that many of the nice facilities are closed.
Value and location - away from the noise of down town Las Vegas
Most of the stores in the Village are closed
Nice accomendations for the price.
20 miles from downtown Las Vegas.