1553 N Boulder Hwy, 9 Miles From the Strip, Henderson, 89011-4131, NV

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The BEST WESTERN PLUS Henderson hotel packs it in for families. It has a full bar that is open daily and throughout the evening. There is a complimentary full, hot breakfast for all guests — including the steaming hot eggs and waffles, flaky pastries and fresh fruits, yogurt, cereal and 100-percent Arabica coffee. Rooms come in standard king and double and all include alarm clock/radio, a comfortable desk and workspace, free Wi-Fi, mini-refrigerator, microwave, coffeemaker and iron/ironing board in room. There is an outdoor pool, a fitness center and abundant parking. There is a coin-operated laundromat on the first floor and same day dry cleaning offered, as well.

Our Editor Loves

  • Year-round outdoor pool
  • Complimentary hot breakfast
  • Clean, fresh rooms

Family Interests

  • Beach
  • Bicycling
  • Golf
  • Hiking
  • Horse Back Riding
  • Museum/Cultural
  • Theme Park
  • Water Parks
  • Water Sports

Family Amenities

  • Cribs
  • Family Room 5+
  • Free Breakfast
  • Free Wi-Fi
  • Laundry
  • Onsite Dining
  • Pool
  • Refrigerator


Highly recommend

by Humaira A

Great value. Clean, spacious rooms. Staff was friendly and professional. Breakfast was above average and well-run. Room was also quiet- no noise from roads or other guests even though hotel was full. All this at a rate much lower than similar hotels in the area

Unfriendly check-in, room did not match reservation, somewhat seedy area of town

by Slo-Lju

The check-in process was very unfriendly. The front desk clerk was not welcoming and barely spoke, he behaved as if he was doing me a personal favor to let me stay at this hotel. He never acknowledged my status with the chain, offered any welcome gifts (I saw other guests receiving packages of water), maybe even an upgrade. In the last few years the BW chain has been giving a lot of emphasis on the benefits and treatment you were suppose to receive once you reach Diamond Select level, but it seems this does not reflect in practice when staying at the hotels.
My reservation was for a "handicap accessible" 2 queen room. I was traveling with a family member who had recently undergone a leg surgery and was still on clutches, so I figuered the handicapped room would be wider and give them some extra space. Well, the assigned room was not what I had reserved. It was a regular 2-queen. Luckily, it was spacious and wide enough, so I didn't have to return to the front desk to interact with the unfriendly employee another time.
The hotel and the room were very nice, everything appeared very new/recently renovated, the decor was also lovely and stylish. In Vegas area cleanliness can be a problem, since hotels are large and there are many late check-outs, so the housekeeping is always rushed. However, this was not the case here, everything was very clean.
I was somewhat disappointed with the pool, it is small, without any appealing landscaping, adjacent to the large parking lot south of the building. Usually pools in Vegas (where swimming seasonal is literally year-round), even in chain hotels, are larger and nicer.
Returning to the hotel at around 11pm there were no more parking spaces left around it, so I had to utilize the southern parking lot. I found it somewhat unsafe as there were homeless people in the bushes bordering the gas station, who immediately started asking for money. Not a pleasant experience.
Breakfast in the morning was nice, the breakfast room resembled a diner, with private booths. The breakfast receptionist was lovely, sweet and she (the breakfast receptionist!!!) even acknowledged my chain status and thanked me for my loyalty. They had a policy of dine-in only, which was, in my opinion, not very user-friendly. I do understand they wouldn't allow guests to take breakfast to their rooms, since then things get spilled and it's a mess. But to not allow a guest in a hurry to grab a few food items and be on the go is wrong. Usually hotels even provide bags for "grab and go" needs.
A few days after my stay I received a questionnaire from BW. After filling it out the GM responded. To his credit, he apologized and promised they would look into the inappropriate attitude of the check-in clerk. I hope those were not just "PR words".