Time Out says
The first Westin-branded hotel in Las Vegas is a low-key resort, which is just how the majority of its guests like it. There is a small casino here, and even (though you'll need to look to find it) a cosy little showroom, but the Casuarina is aimed less at holidaymakers and more at the kind of business traveller who wants to get some work done but also wants the bright lights of the Strip within easy reach. There's a good deal of meeting space, and rooms contain all the amenities a laptop-toting workaholic could want. But it's also a comfortable place to stop a while: the service is solid, the pool area is relaxing, and the Hibiscus spa has 15 treatment rooms and a full-service salon. Accommodation The rooms here are everything you'd expect from a Westin property, which is to say that they're comfortable, handsome (in a discreet way), immaculately maintained and well equipped for the business traveller. The 'Heavenly Beds' live up to their names. Eating & drinking Suede, the hotel's sole restaurant, offers comfort food 24-7; there's also a Starbucks on site. Entertainment There is a showroom here, but no single show seems to stick around for very long. Gambling The gambling here feels like an afterthought, with 300 machines and ten table games. However, it is one of the few non-smoking casino areas in the city.
160 E Flamingo Road
|Cross street:||at Koval Lane|
|Transport:||Bus Deuce, 202/self-parking & valet parking E Flamingo Road|
|Price:||Rates $112-$299 double.|