Posted on December 26, 2021
Located on the north end of the Las Vegas Strip, Hilton Grand Vacations Club on the Boulevard is a Desert Deco-inspired resort with large, multi-room suites, family-friendly amenities, a cozy atmosphere, and just the right proximity to Las Vegas' many attractions, both on and off the Strip. With a timeshare at this resort, you will soon find yourself loving Las Vegas like never before.
Whether you've arrived in Las Vegas ready for a weekend with friends, your family or that special someone, the Hilton timeshare resale options you will find at this resort are ready for you.
Studio Units - The cozy studios come with 360 square feet of space with a king-sized bed, making them a great choice for couples wanting a place to crash during a weekend in Vegas. Yet even these studio rooms will have all that you need, including a small kitchenette with a coffee maker, small refrigerator, microwave, sink, toaster, and dishes/utensils. They also have cable TV and a DVD player.
One-Bedroom Suites - The one-bedroom suites offer 665 square feet of living and sleeping space and accommodations for up to four people with a king-sized bed in the bedroom and a pullout queen sleeper sofa in the living room. The bathroom has a freestanding shower and a separate whirlpool or soaking tub. These suites are popular both with couples wanting additional space compared to the studio or families with small children who want to use the pullout sofa.
The one-bedroom suites have a fully equipped kitchen, separate dining areas, and a living room with cable TV service and a DVD player. Kitchens include a dishwasher, microwave, refrigerator, coffee maker, and toaster – all the essentials for a great Las Vegas timeshare vacation.
Two-Bedroom Suites - The spacious two-bedroom suites, at 1,055 square feet, can accommodate up to six guests with a king-sized bed in both the master and second bedroom and a queen-sized sleeper sofa in the living room. There are two bathrooms, one with a freestanding shower and separate whirlpool tub or soaking tub in the master bedroom, and a standard shower/tub combination in the second.
The two-bedroom suites have a fully equipped kitchen, separate dining areas, and a living room. The living room has a pullout sofa, Cable TV, a DVD player, and the second bedroom can be locked off from the main suite for extra privacy. The kitchen includes a dishwasher, microwave, coffee maker, and toaster.
Three-Bedroom Suites - Three-bedroom suites are the largest timeshares at the resort with 1,432 square feet and accommodations for eight guests. The master bedroom/bathroom has a king-sized bed, and a freestanding shower, and a separate Jacuzzi tub in the bathroom. As expected, all of the modern conveniences are here such as fully equipped kitchen, spacious living room, dining area and washer/dryer.
Hilton Grand Vacations Club on the Boulevard has many amenities suitable for all ages. The resort has two heated outdoor swimming pools and an adults-only hot tub. Near the pools you'll find the Waves poolside bar, open seasonally, which is one of two bars located onsite, the other is the Lobby Bar in the lounge and is open year-round. You can also find snacks, cold drinks, and coffee every day at The Marketplace.
The Hilton Grand Vacations Club on the Boulevard also has a full-service spa and steam room on site. Vacationers can get their nails done, enjoy a massage, body treatments, and facials.
Other popular resort amenities include the fitness center, basketball, pickleball, and shuffleboard courts, and the game room with a pool table and widescreen TV. If you are planning an outdoor day at the resort, there are outdoor grills available near the pools, and also cabanas available by reservation only.
The resort has both valet and self-parking available. If you need help with dinner or show reservations, the full-service concierge desk onsite can assist with making reservations and purchasing tickets.
The two and a half miles along Las Vegas Boulevard, collectively known as "The Strip" features almost all of Las Vegas's most iconic casinos, clubs, and attractions, as well as an endless array of shopping, dining, and sightseeing. While Hilton Grand Vacations Club on the Boulevard does not have a casino on-site, visitors will have their pick of casinos anywhere along Las Vegas Boulevard, many of which are within a couple of miles of the resort.
Day or night, the excitement never stops - whether it's eating outside at a café, shopping, playing casino games, or catching a show. Live music and theater take place every night in Las Vegas, and the on-site concierge service can help you get tickets to shows and concerts, or book reservations for a romantic dinner for two.
And while they may not be the first things on your mind when planning a Las Vegas vacation, the city's many museums including the Mob Museum and the Neon Museum, aka the Neon Boneyard, are also an interesting detour for the curious traveler.
If you've brought the family and need something suitable for all ages, Las Vegas is surprisingly accommodating despite its reputation. From the Shark Reef Aquarium with its 360-degree views of a model shipwreck and marine life to the Children's Discovery Museum and thrill rides at various attractions and amusement parks, this family-friendly resort can also lead to a family-friendly good time in Las Vegas.
If you choose to leave the city, perhaps to see a little of the Mojave Desert landscape which inspired the Desert Deco design of the resort, then opportunities from your Hilton timeshare resale are also a great way to explore the scenic side of Nevada.
The iconic Grand Canyon is about four hours away by the interstate, giving you a chance to travel desert highways before reaching one of the natural wonders of the world. Check roundtrip flight and helicopter tours from Vegas for a quicker way to get there.
For a closer trip, you might consider heading out of Las Vegas to the Hoover Dam or the Lake Mead National Recreation Area. They are about a forty-five-minute drive from Las Vegas and very popular with visitors. The engineering wonder is worth the drive, as is the history of the Hoover Dam and how it was built. A day hiking and boating around Lake Mead is a great way to explore the unique recreational fun of the region.