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3377 Las Vegas Blvd SLas Vegas, NV 89109
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3355 Las Vegas Blvd SLas Vegas, NV 89109
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It's a GREAT LOCATION. Just about a mile to The Strip and it's got a great view of The Strip from the front of the property. The staff is WONDERFUL!!!! Paula at the desk is sweet and polite. Sharon, the Manager, is more than fair when a resident has a complaint. Chad, the Maintenance Technician, is A-FREAKING-MAZING!!!! I watched him working on a resident's door for THREE HOURS AFTER HOURS one day. Never got mad or abrupt with the guy. My apartment is much bigger than I ever expected it to be. It's quiet most nights (but let's be honest, this is Vegas) and I'm rarely bothered. I was on the Security force at Trump and truthfully, I dealt with just as much if not more issues there than I ever have here. I've lived here for 8 months now, and I do not plan to leave anytime soon. I am neither a drug dealer nor a prostitute, as all these reviews suggest the residents are. I am a former Law Enforcement Officer with Homeland Security Clearance and a background in Security. I am also a female in her 20s and I am not scared to be out on this property at night.The Security Guard, or CPO, here is one of the most intimidating looking men I have ever seen. He certainly discourages any kind of criminal activity. However, if you aren't causing any problems, Kelby is very fluffy and cuddly. *wink*I see kids out playing everyday here. They mostly ride their bikes and play ball in the back parking lot. They play in the hot tub a lot as well. I absolutely am in love with the Fitness Center here as well. It's a whole lot nicer than I expected it to be.The bottom line here is this. If you want a luxury stay in Las Vegas, Bellagio is right down the road. It's costs a heck of a lot more than 200 a week, but if you want perfection, go for it. Tropicana Siegel Suites is for people on a budget. I've personally never been able to stay at the Waldorf Astoria on a budget, so I seriously doubt anyone looking at this property is really expecting it to be perfect. I think they just want to complain.
There are far better places. While I wouldn't go across the street to either of those complexes for a variety of reasons, the complex next door, the townhouses a little further up with the blue tops and the Condos a bit further up are better choices. The rent is more reasonable. Plus the townhouses include some utilities. There is a major bug problem at the Avion. According to the office, the reasons given range from "Our grass is green" to "The cars on Lake Mead disturb their home underground so they come here". If either of those excuses had any basis in fact, then every place in the area would be as infested. And this is the only complex in this area that is infected to this extent. There were dings in appliances, black scrath marks on the floor. paint inside the phone outlet so I had to rely on cell phone for the year I was here.They never gave my friend who recommended me her "recomendation money". The plumbing is horrible. I had to wait over a week for someone to fix my toilet. Good thing I had a two bathroom unit. The garbage disposal had a hole which became bigger and bigger to the point of flooding my kitchen. I had to wait over a week for that to be fixed. I would not want any friend of mine to live here if I valued that person as a friend. In the year I have lived here, 10 families I know personally moved out and three of the four units directly connected to this building were empty for close to 7 months before finally being rented. In conclusion: Not a good place...office personnel snotty..manager snobby...cannot keep maintanance personnel; constantly shorthanded...bug infested with both spiders and roaches.
I have lived in Terra Cotta for a long time. I can assess Terra Cotta is really close to banking, dining, shopping, and off course the strip, plus right on public transportation for those who may needed. One of the features I am most impressed, is that I love the floor plan, with a spacious, ample kitchen "nook" with very comfortable and plentiful covers.The moving paperwork process is extremely easy to fulfill with reasonable qualifying terms, and when you have time constrains due to a move that can be a blessing, specially when you feel no pressure due to a very low, or virtually no deposit to move in.The A/C. system is second to none, blowing cool almost immediately, with available maintenance even at odd night hours.I enjoy my stay here, because is out of the way of the main traffic flow of near by busy roads, yet, close enough to most key locations.My apartment related issues were always promptly resolved by the manager. She is always eager to greet and solve the residents issues personally on any given concern the residents may have. Also the manager is always easily reachable either at the managers office or via cell phone even after hours. So manager's help is always one phone call away and willing to meet with a smile no matter how heavy her load work is.It is a nice, comfortable apartment complex with a great location, and easy affordability, near the heart of the strip, making access to the community an easy step from almost any side of town with a relaxing atmosphere. I can attest to this with assurance that it is great comfortable environment to live on.
I moved in last year, and this place is great! I have a large dog. So when I moved to Las Vegas, I found out very quickly how hard it was going to be, to find not only a home for myself, but also a place that would allow me to have my dog. And after a few day of searching, I started to get truly frightened that I wasn't going to find a place for the both of us! I work at the Wynn, and another employee told me, she had the same problem when she was looking for a place. Check out - "Hampton Garden -They Love Large Dog's - She said! So I did. And to my amazment! Not only do they LOVE large dog's! They also really like Wynn employee's too. When I rented, they waived my application fee and my security deposit, because I work at the Wynn! That really help with my move in cost's. Once I moved into my apartment. I quickly found out how great this place is! The place is so clean, for having large dog's living here. My old apartment community never looked as good as this place! And I was paying way more rent, then I am now! The staff is so friendly ("You have to meet Daniel!"). They always have a smile and big hello for me. Everytime I go by the office to get my mail. It's really nice to feel welcome. The maintenance guy's are so good! Their very good at what they do and I have never had to wait more then a day to get a work order done! They change my light bulbs, when they go out. Or change my air filter, when ever I ask. The same day service, from them is such a blessing. I just wanted you to know, how happy me and my dog are, living at Hampton Garden!
UPDATE:So after living here since 2013, boy have my views changed. While it still isn't entirely terrible to live here, this new management.... Wow. The office can seriously care less about you or your troubles, so you better never have troubles with rent. The late fees are crazy and you can't pay ahead of time in increments (only full amount), which was a nice convenience in the past. I still think it's a decent place to live for the cost. I just recently moved in and so far I love it. After reading all of the reviews, I honestly don't think I live in the same place as they do. Yes, further down the road the area gets ghetto, but Rebel Place is on the 'good' end. I haven't seen any fights or smashing of beer bottles in the parking lot and the noise level is average. Especially for being a student apartment (or basically advertising for students, hint 'Rebel' Place). I am a student and I know the dorms can be much louder than this. The apartment itself is a decent size. Again, if you're a student, you'll appreciate it in comparison to living in dorms (UNLV does not have private bedrooms, you'll have to get a single room which will cost more). I love that I have my own bathroom and my roommates are nice (the survey is useful, NOT a waste of time to get roommates similar to you).
My Husband and I had to make a trip to Vegas over the summer because my Aunt was ill and she needed help and staying with her wasn’t an option because of no room. I had gone online to search for the best deal and something that would fit our needs and our budget. I came across Siegel Suites and found it very affordable and what I needed so, I looked into it further and found I liked it even more. Unfortunately, I also knew things always looked better on paper.When we arrived in Vegas we went to a motel first and the following day we went to Siegel suites and met with the Manager and her staff, who were very welcoming. I was very impressed, the apartment we rented was perfect for us, it had a homey atmosphere and it was clean, the carpet looked new as well as the tiled flooring. The staff was all very nice and accommodating. Plus the money we saved by staying at the Siegel suites, we were able to cook our meals rather than going out every day and that’s a big savings plus, we didn't have to worry about utility bills, everything and I mean everything was included in the rent. Siegel Suites has a lot more to offer, but, they’re not a hotel they are apartments but, you can pay monthly or weekly. I was very impressed. I would definitely stay there again.
“Comfortable, Clean and Convenient”I look at several apartments before deciding on this one. It’s located in the south east area of town, great place if you want to save money and be at a convenient location since it only takes a few minutes to get to all areas of town I needed something central since I have to drive to different parts of the city. I didn’t want to over spend for just a place to live since I’m not home most of the time especially since I live in Vegas. There are about 5 different local casinos within 5 minutes of each other. They have bowling alleys, movie theaters, restaurants, stores. They have a super Wal-Mart just 4 blocks down by the casino. There’s a small hole on the wall sports bar with a good kitchen behind the property Ace’s & Ales. You can always walk home if you need to get take-out? They have several major bus lines that pass just two blocks down by the casino if you don’t have a car?It takes 10 minutes to walk home from Sam’s Town or It’s just 3 blocks away from the property if you decide to drive, So far It’s a great location.
Don't go based on reviews. Remember most people write reviews who are angry because happy customers don't take the time because they are happy. There are over 500 apartments in this community. I moved in August 2, 2011. The apartments are great. The office staff is very friendly and helpful. They bend over backwards to make sure you are happy. Pet fee is really large and they are allowing me to make it in two payments. Most apartments will not do that. Best office staff at any apartment I have ever lived in. 5th complex first in Las Vegas. I had a few issues like a poor shower faucet but it was replaced with a really nice one within 24 hours. I think the negative reviews are from unhappy people. If you don't like the place move out but don't trash the community with negative reviews that are not true. This is one of the nicest complexes on the west side for the cost. The units are very quiet. My neighbor has a dog and I believe one lives under me too. I never hear them except when outside my front door.
I first looked at the Alexander Gardens about 9 months ago, and I chose to live elsewhere but returned recently, this time, decided to make Xander 3900 (recent name change) my place to call home! The renovation that they are making to the property makes the property look like the total opposite of what I saw last year! The staff at the Xander 3900 are the best in the business especially Sonde. They know what they are doing and with everything that is going on with the renovation they go above and beyond to make sure my initial visit to Xander 3900 (2nd visit) as comfortable as possible. The few maintenance requests I had are addressed ASAP by employees that know what they are doing! One thing that sets them apart from the other apartments I've lived in are that they follow up! As soon as my requests have been completed the staff in the office calls to see if there is anything else that we need to fix and thanked me for being a resident!
This is more of a budget priced casino resort in Vegas compared to some. But as a more budget option, it is also the best one in my opinion. It's further down the strip so keeping that in mind it's priced well. They are renovating some pyramid rooms and the towers are nice. Suites are lovely and hosts take care of thier players. You can get a room here for 39$. Sometimes less sometimes more. Weekends will always be more$$. But it's probably the third cheapest resort in strip and a fabulous pool so if you're in a budget or want to stay in a large suite that's extremely nice this is a great place. Table limits are lower here than many casinos in strip which we enjoy. Not being forced to bet 25$-50$ per hand is a great incentive. People like to complain. But if you want 5* you will pay 200$ plus a night. For the money this place is awesome. We enjoyed our week so much last month that we're returning next month for another week.