Westgate Sportsbook Review
The Westgate Las Vegas, which is located a block off the north end of the iconic Strip on Paradise Road, has been welcoming visitors for almost half a century. The 2,900-room resort opened in July 1969. It was known as the Las Vegas Hilton for many years before being renamed the Westgate in 2014. Over the years, the hotel hosted such famous stars as Barbra Streisand, Elvis Presley and Liberace. One of the largest convention centers in the world — the Las Vegas Convention Center — is right next door.
- The biggest sports book in Las Vegas.
- Comfortable seating for more than 400 guests.
- Newly constructed private booths available for groups.
- If you don’t like crowds, this isn’t the place for you.
- Not located near any resorts on the Strip.
- Expect long betting lineups for major sports events.
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Westgate Las Vegas Sportsbook
This is a special place, not only for sports betting but historical events as well.
This resort, which used to be known as the Las Vegas Hilton, was the site where Leon Spinks defeated Muhammad Ali for the World Heavyweight Championship in 1978. It was also the site in which Mike Tyson defeated Tony Tucker to unify and become the Undisputed Heavyweight Champion in 1986.
The superbook is one of the authorities in sports betting. Many publications and media outlets around the world often quote the odds from this venue for major sporting events. It’s also one of the places where the serious players hang out, searching for the perfect parlay on its extensive betting menu.
You may have visited a few sports books in Las Vegas, but none bigger than this one. The Westgate has seating for more than 400 guests, each spot with individual LED screens. A VIP section is available for high rollers and parties.
Westgate Sportsbook Address
- 3000 South Paradise Rd.
Westgate Sportsbook Hours
- Monday to Thurs, 8 a.m. to 10 p.m.
- Friday and Sat, 8 a.m. to 11 p.m.
- Sunday, 8 a.m. to 10 p.m.
There are dozens of TV screens on the main wall of the room. Measuring 240 feet long and 20 feet high, the superbook has the largest indoor LED video wall in the world. Players don’t have wait long for up-to-the-minute scores either. There’s a 75-foot sports ticker running across the room.
Food and drinks are available at the Eighth Pole Bar, located next to the book, and the SuperBook Deli, which also borders the venue, and offers sandwiches, salads, snacks and breakfast food. Drinks are complimentary, depending on your betting action.
Don’t plan on walking to the Westgate, which is located to the south of the Stratosphere and north of the Wynn. If you don’t have a car and you’re staying on the Strip or Freemont Street, your options are taxi, bus or Las Vegas Monorail. If you do have a car, there is plenty of convenient parking.
The superbook is a non-smoking venue.
Westgate Online Betting
It’s tough to beat the Westgate — they have their own odds and a huge range of betting options. Staff are on hand to explain all the multiple wagering combinations.
Greyhounds from Derby Lane, standardbreds at the Meadowlands, thoroughbreds from Santa Anita … if there’s a live racetrack going to the post, it’s on at the Westgate.
Expect a lineup for major events — like March Madness or the Super Bowl — but there are 19 betting windows open to help bettors get in on the action. The sports book is open at least 14 hours a day.