Vegas hotels with free breakfast

We greet you to dine around after or before a lengthy day out and about. Awaken every morning of the stay to some made-to buy breakfast including omelettes, fruit, muffins plus much more. Then, wind lower your entire day with drinks at our evening reception within the Terrace Bar.

Complimentary Breakfast is offered daily. Have a scrumptious number of fruit, bagels and muffins and actually have a personalized omelette produced! We provide breakfast taters, bacon and sausage, juices and occasional too.

Earn 500 Hilton Honors points whenever you spend $25.

evening reception at the terrace bar

Terrace Bar

Our Complimentary Evening Reception takes place each night from 5:30 p.m. – 7:30 p.m. within our Terrace Bar featuring complimentary cocktails and snacks for the visitors. Think about this a long "happy hour" to wind down following a lengthy day!

  • Mon-Comes to an end: 6:00 a.m. – 9:00 a.m.
  • Sitting-Sun: 7:00 a.m. – 10:30 a.m.

fountain grille dining

Fountain Grille Restaurant

Enjoy scrumptious American cuisine at our in-house restaurant Fountain Grille. Check out our menu by clicking below.

  • Open: 11:00 a.m. – 10:00 p.m. Daily

Do not feel like coming lower towards the restaurant? Let’s pamper you with Room Service.

  • Order: 11:00 a.m. – 11:00 p.m. Daily

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Other Restaurants in Vegas

When you are searching to sample other local favorites, the Embassy Suites by Hilton Convention Center Vegas Hotel is situated nearby a number of other great restaurants. A number of individuals located nearby include:

  • Fogo de Chao
  • Applebee’s Grill and Bar
  • Buca di Beppo
  • Gordon Biersch
  • Lawry’s The Best Rib
  • McCormick and Schmick’s
  • Morton’s Steakhouse
  • PF Chang’s

We invite you to look at our staff picks for nearby restaurants – we have got suggestions for every palate! Watch our complete area dining guide by clicking below:

Vegas Dining Guide


Travelodge – Best Hotel Las Vegas Strip


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Liane Layman: The circus circus is cheaper but you don't get free breakfest.

Jonathan Browne Menzies: Thanks for commenting, Liane! Circus Circus does have cheap rates, but keep in mind they also tack on a resort fee of approximately $30 per day. Still,  a good option to consider for a budget hotel on the Strip in Vegas.

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Clownsatthecemetery: i was blown away to find some vegas hotels charge 50 a night for the resort fee and some charge as much as 75 a night for the resort fee. the top high end ones.most charge around 26 per night on resort fees. mgm grand says 50 per night on the resort fee alone. so on top of a already high cost and tax now resort fees. its the biggest scam vegas found .

Jonathan Browne Menzies: Hey Clown, thanks so much for commenting! Most of all, I hate the dishonest way the Vegas hotels market their rates. They show a certain rate, and the resort fee is tacked on at the end. They should just include the resort fee in the normal rate! Really frustrating, but it made booking at Travelodge that much more satisfying. It was nice to find a Vegas hotel that had straightforward rates and didn't nickel and dime for everything.

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Connor Cruz: Which room were you staying in? I plan to book the deluxe king which was yours

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