The HGVC is a timeshare type of vacation plan. The Hilton chain sells time shares here. I believe you can trade your timeshare for other properties all over the world. I was traveling to Las Vegas for business and I didn't intend to sit in on any of the sales pitches. However, I did get a call (twice) from the front desk asking me to stop by the lobby and pick up my welcome package. They also asked if I wanted to attend a tour of the property (sales pitch). I declined both times and that was that.
The room was very nice. It had a super bed that was so comfortable. It also had a microwave and a refrigerator. It was great being able to keep drinks cold. One thing that is annoying to me about hotels in general is that quite often there is no way to keep a few basic things refrigerated when you are staying for more than a day or two. Very pleasant surprise. I bought a 3 day pass on the Las Vegas Monorail and I was able to get up and down the strip as needed. The monorail station is over at the nearby Hilton Hotel. I found the whole property to be convenient and most importantly, quiet. The deli was all that was available in the building, but the Hilton has many restaurants and is just a short walk away. I really enjoyed the lack of casino games in the HGV. I am not much for gambling and I appreciated not having to walk through a casino to get to the room. All in all, the HGV was a nice choice. The staff was friendly and the hotel was neat and clean. I would stay here again if the need came up.
The Hilton Grand Vacations Club
455 Karen Avenue, Las Vegas - (702) 946-9210