Hotels Near Rubalcabas Taco Shop

Hotels Near Rubalcabas Taco Shop In Las Vegas

4/5Very Good30 Reviews
4.15km from downtown
First off, the “reason” for the shabbiness of this Holiday Inn property is because the owners have sold out to another company who are not renewing the HIExpress license. Expect scuffed corners, soiled hallway carpets, chipped paint and generally run down facilities. Pool was shuttered, and one of the exercise machine was OoO - whatever. However, the breakfast was well prepared, fresh and clean. The room was well looked after, very clean, great bed with good pillows and housekeeping attentive to requests. The front desk staff led by Sir West and Shane are what hotel front desks should be staffed by. Their friendly, helpful and obliging manner with their strong sense of hospitality which was the difference maker in my stay. Warning - the surrounding neighborhood is a bit tough and I would not recommend night strolls or jogging but if you’re looking for a in-out, place to sleep budget stay in a clean modest non Vegas Strip stay - this is for you but it may not be around much longer due to ownership. Shame.
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5/5Perfect31 Reviews
4.64km from downtown
Hotel is very good, but the location is very good.
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3.2/531 Reviews
4.9km from downtown
The room is a typical motel decoration, but it's still clean, but the surrounding environment is very poor. I stayed for two days. Except for me and the young lady at the front desk, all I saw were black people. It's not that black people are bad. Not practical, the front desk service is very good, the deposit is 100, you can swipe your card or cash. After the check-in, the front desk will take you to the room, but it takes a lot of time to check in. Their computer system responds slowly, and it needs to fill a lot of things. If it is not to see the price, it is not particularly recommended
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2.9/530 Reviews
4.97km from downtown
Smaller motel
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5/5Perfect31 Reviews
5.14km from downtown
Definitely will stay here again, thank you ladies...
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1/57 Reviews
5.31km from downtown
Las Vegas Chalet Motel is located 8.5 km from Las Vegas Convention Center. All rooms feature free WiFi. Free guest parking is available. Each air-conditioned room here will provide you with a cable satellite TV, a refrigerator and a balcony with city and mountain views. A refrigerator. Private bathrooms come with free toiletries. At Las Vegas Chalet Motel you will find a 24-hour front desk. Other facilities offered at the property include vending machines with snacks and drinks. The hotel is 10.8 km from Colosseum at Caesars Palace and 11.3 km from Bellagio Fountains. McCarran International Airport is 14 km away.
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2.8/530 Reviews
6.25km from downtown
THE YELLOW PENTHOUSE is set in Las Vegas, 8 km from Las Vegas Convention Center and 10 km from Colosseum at Caesars Palace.Every room at this homestay is air conditioned and is fitted with a flat-screen TV. Some rooms feature a seating area to relax in after a busy day. The rooms are fitted with a shared bathroom equipped with a bath or shower.Bellagio Fountains is 10 km from THE YELLOW PENTHOUSE, while Crystals Shopping Center is 11 km away. The nearest airport is McCarran International Airport, 13 km from the property.
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4.7/5Outstanding33 Reviews
6.46km from downtown
This type of hotel was originally a convenient person to travel by car. Therefore, it is normal to deviate from the urban area. However, relying on high speed, it is not too noisy and quite satisfactory. I said in advance that there are two adults and a child. When I opened the door, I found that the hotel had already provided us with three-person towels and various supplies. The room is also oversized and clean. Recommended recommendation
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0/50 Reviews
6.48km from downtown
The Perfect Inn Motel is an ideal spot for travelers wanting to discover the city. The Perfect Inn Motel is an ideal choice for travelers who want to take in the sights and sounds of Las Vegas. With Las Vegas Convention Center Monorail Station just 7km away and McCarran International Airport only 11km away, transportation is very convenient. With multiple attractions nearby including Vegas Vic, Fremont Street and New port beach ca, guests will find plenty to keep themselves occupied. At the end of a busy day, travelers can unwind and relax in the hotel or go out and enjoy the city.
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4.2/5Very Good15 Reviews
6.49km from downtown
Stayed at the crown and I even showed up a day early (by mistake) but the man up front let me check in anyways and just pay the fee. we got complementary water and room service everyday unless you don’t want it. Lots of food places around fremont and charleston even some open 24 hours which was really convenient! also didn’t hear anything about my EDC attire or what I chose to walk around in. room was clean and was allowed to smoke in it if I chose to, they had a heater/ air conditioner, a LED tv and free wifi. wasn’t that far from EDC either, probably 15-20 mins.
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2.3/535 Reviews
6.63km from downtown
The bed is so high and soft. The non-smoking room is on the so-called first floor, which is actually half a floor dug down. (The second and third floors have a heavy smell in the smoking room) No slippers, toothpaste and toothbrush. The environment is average, even after 11 o'clock, no cleaning is allowed, and a bucket of garbage cannot be thrown away. The staff is very mixed, next to it is a gas station and truck parking lot, some restaurants, and McDonald's and seven eleven on the opposite road. The location is far to the north, and it costs thirty or forty dollars to uber to the LV center.
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5/5Perfect31 Reviews
6.67km from downtown
A good budget hotel, will choose again
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Hotels Near Rubalcabas Taco Shop In Las Vegas Review

2.5/534 Reviews
West of The Strip
My room has a king bedroom, quietly space with beakfast included. Well, it`s a nice place for small budget...Let`s going on. Especially, as receptionnists are always available and warm. Arrival can be done even late in the night. This hotel is located only at 10 minutes fro; prestigious palaces as Cesar Palace, and fantastic attractions as the Cesar Palace or the Big Wheel located in full
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3.2/530 Reviews
West of The Strip
As for the hotel itself, it is what one comes to expect from the Motel 6 chain. Standard amenities. Clean, comfortable rooms. But what sets this particular location apart is hands-down the front desk staff. A special tip of the hat and recognition of excellence for ANDREA, MARY and DEREK!! The absolute perfect combination of professionalism and positive personality! If you are looking for a quality place sans the outrageous “resort fees”... look no further.
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4.6/530 Reviews
East of the Strip
We had a terrific experience at this hotel. The place is ultra modern and seems to be a newly-built property. Everything was in tip-top condition. Front desk service was excellent, efficient, and friendly. Our room was clean and comfortable and quiet, fully modernized, and spacious. All COVID safety precautions were being met by hotel staff and guests alike, and security precautions were in place to keep hotel guests safe. I would stay here again in a heartbeat!
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4.5/532 Reviews
Las Vegas Strip
The hotel is very close to the convention center. The booked room does not include breakfast, wifi is charged, and it is more expensive. It is recommended to book the widi equipment in advance on Ctrip. There is no free water supply. Be good to go to the supermarket to buy water reserves in advance, the waiter is very friendly, very enthusiastic and patient. The room was clean, comfortable and very atmospheric. The facilities are very complete and perfect. It is good to take a break from the downtown area. Great! Great
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4.8/530 Reviews
Las Vegas Strip
First things first- I’d like to say, WOW. JUST WOW. The MGM Skylofts...is just WOW. I have had the pleasure of staying at some of the best hotels in the world, and I can say without any hesitation, that the MGM Skylofts sets the bar. From the instant that you step onto the property- to the second you leave, you feel like a real King/Queen. I am greeted by a concierge, a bellman, and the head valet (Roger 🙌🏼🙌🏼🙌🏼) when I arrived at the skylofts... They truly know what the epitome of a “grand entrance” is. I was whisked straight to my suite upstairs by Roger and the concierge... and they must have rehearsed this-because it was literally 12am when I arrived and I was in show- how flawless everything/everyone was. Every single staff member I encountered was warm and professional, throughout my stay. You will think that they paid me for this review, but let me assure you- I am writing this review based solely on the service I received. I’m generally a little hard to please, but the skylofts left nothing to be desired. I was astounded (in a good way) at the etiquette and professionalism of every single staff member I encountered... To me, etiquette sets the PROS from the pros...the 6, maybe even 7 star hotels, from the 5 star hotels. Every time I stepped out of the elevator I was greeted, usually by name, by whom ever was at the front desk upstairs... I can’t explain how pleasant it was to walk into the “zen” skylofts lobby and furthermore be greeted so warmly by the concierge. I also had the pleasure of meeting two of the managers, Savannah and Anna. Again, it’s hard for me to put into words how extraordinary these two individuals are. I met Savannah during my first stay back at the skylofts (last time being in 2014) and she was so professional and discreet that I didn’t know she was the manager when I met her. I’ve met a number of esteemed front office executives in my travels...but I could have never told that she was the “head honcho” from my brief, first interaction with her. And when I found out who she was, I felt a little dumb- but more so pleasantly surprised at how down to earth she was. And ever since then, she has extended the most extraordinary service that I’ve ever received...from ANY hotel/resort I’ve ever stayed at. There are one or two hotels in the world that I could possibly put into the same category, but Savannah- in my opinion, represents the pinnacle of 5 star service. I’ll add that I’m a gambler- not a whale, but I gamble... and I usually am able to get “transportation,” and I’d like to say that MGM Resorts truly knows how to take care of their customers in that respect as well. Joseph, Angel, Anthony, Gary, Charles, John, Tina, and Mipch, .. and then Katerina and Jeremy that answer the phones! Everyone is so professional and kind. And I also want to add that the 24/7 room service (even during Covid) at the skylofts is from the Mansion chef... and if you’re not familiar, the Mansion chef is THE
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4.3/532 Reviews
Downtown - Fremont Street
My wife and I celebrated our 10 year anniversary in Las Vegas. Out of all of the places we ate at and visited Main Street station was our favorite! We had a lot of fun on the floor, staff was amazing towards us! We stayed several hours and decided to go to the buffet for dinner. We enjoyed everything that had to offer at the buffet. I would highly recommend going there any time anyone is out in Las Vegas. I know I will surely give them my business on my next trip!
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4.4/540 Reviews
Las Vegas Strip
The price is very good, the rooms are very large, the suites, the price does not include the resort fee when booking, it is 390, you need to pay for the car, parked at the McDonald's office opposite, pay attention not to leave things in the car, eat a lot downstairs, the only disadvantage On the edge of the Las Vegas Strip
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4.4/5221 Reviews
Las Vegas Strip
I have stayed in so many hotels in Las Vegas. The Palazzo Hotel is considered the most cost-effective in luxury hotels. The price is not high, but the room is better. Not only is the room big and the decoration is more refined. Compared with the Venetian Hotel, although the layout is exactly the same, the decoration is slightly better The two old hotels belong to the same company, so when you check in, you can apply for an exchange with the front desk. It’s not enough. Tips are super useful. The hotel service is also more professional. If you feel that the check-out time is too early, you will basically be satisfied with the front desk. Maybe it should be cost-effective. Very high, so there are more people staying at the two hotels at The Venetian on weekends. During the epidemic, there will be a lot of people in the casino. The hotel lobby is decorated and the parking lot is not so impressive. If both hotels are parked in the wrong way, they will walk more. One thing is that there don’t seem to be any famous restaurants in it. Most of the famous restaurants are concentrated near Caesars Palace. It takes about 15 minutes to walk. If you are coming to Las Vegas for the first time and ordering Palazzo, it is a very safe choice. It can definitely satisfy vanity without spending too much price
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3.1/540 Reviews
Downtown - Fremont Street
A pothole hotel I have set two hotels to charge a resort fee of $79 per night. Say good breakfast included On the first day, I received a breakfast for $67. Junk Hotel I am a Diamond Member. Ctrip has been used for almost 14 years. The first time I encountered such a garbage hotel. The front desk service was poor. At three o'clock in the middle of the night, the waiter also opened the door. Friends don't want to set this hotel again.
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4.3/542 Reviews
Downtown - Fremont Street
Hotels in Las Vegas have resort fees and no breakfast. There are performances in the hotel, blue men (to see the baby), and air show (suitable for gay men), very convenient, check in directly There is an escalator next to the front desk to go to the second floor, the performance hall, and buying tickets are all there. I arrived on the day and bought tickets for the night directly. I also took a photo with Blue Man at the end. Dad said that the air show was also worth the fare.
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4.4/530 Reviews
Las Vegas Strip
The Platinum Hotel is a condo-style hotel a half-mile from the Strip. I booked the "Solitaire Suite Strip View" on Hotels.com. I was in Room 503, and the photos on Hotels.com were generally accurate. One photo showed a fireplace, but the room didn't have one. My suite, like most if not all of their suites, had a full kitchen and homey but boring decor. People online say they had washers and dryers in their rooms, but that doesn't seem to be the case anymore. The suite has a furnished balcony with a view of the Strip. It's not bad for an off-Strip view of the Strip, but much of what you see in front of you is a parking lot or back lot. Some of their kitchen equipment could have been better. The coffee maker was a cheap coffee maker that probably didn't cost more than $30 and the inside was covered in coffee residue. I called to have a tea kettle brought up. It came wrapped in a plastic bag 5 minutes later. It looked like a $10 kettle, and it was partly broken, though it was usable. Other than the inside of the coffee machine, the room was clean. The nightstands have plenty of outlets and USB ports. The desk has one electrical outlet and no USB ports, but was OK for working on a laptop. Wi-Fi was slow: Google's speed meter registered 7 Mbps down, 9 Mbps up. That's barely enough to watch a video online at medium quality. The Platinum Hotel has made extensive changes for the pandemic. Daily housekeeping has been suspended. You can call for things like towels or toilet paper, but I didn't need to do that since I was only there for 5 days. There are hand sanitizer stations everywhere--more than I've seen at other hotels and resorts. Elevators have social distancing markers, tissues, garbage cans, and hand sanitizer. Staff wear masks. Plexiglass barriers at the front desk. I didn't run into too many other guests, so there's social distancing by default. Safety changes affect the rooms as well. The kitchens are usually fully equipped, but at this time, they've removed the cookware. Items for dining are still present: utensils, plates, coffee maker, dishwasher detergent, etc. Tongs, baking dishes, frying pans, etc. are available only upon request. The TV remote in the living room was wrapped in a plastic sleeve; strangely the TV remote in the bedroom wasn't. Many of the hotel's services are shut down. The spa, restaurant, and lounge are closed. They have grocery delivery, although I didn't use it. I don't think they have room service. The pool is open for some reason. They have a "Platinum Market," which is basically a closet with a few convenience store type products. They're overpriced, especially given that there are 3 convenience stores with reasonable prices on the same intersection. The elevators are not keycard-secured. This might make food delivery easier. The ATM in the lobby charges a $5 fee per transaction, $300 maximum, $20s only. There's a dumb, semi-hidden, mandatory $28/night resort fee. It makes even
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4.2/515 Reviews
Downtown - Fremont Street
Stayed at the crown and I even showed up a day early (by mistake) but the man up front let me check in anyways and just pay the fee. we got complementary water and room service everyday unless you don’t want it. Lots of food places around fremont and charleston even some open 24 hours which was really convenient! also didn’t hear anything about my EDC attire or what I chose to walk around in. room was clean and was allowed to smoke in it if I chose to, they had a heater/ air conditioner, a LED tv and free wifi. wasn’t that far from EDC either, probably 15-20 mins.
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4.2/5129 Reviews
Las Vegas Strip
It's right in the middle of the Las Vegas Strip. It has the best accessibility for the price. It is located between the Venetian Hotel and the Bellagio Hotel. If you come out the side door, it's right next to the Ferris wheel, and you have immediate access to the In-N-Out burger chain. The garden where you can see flamingos with your own eyes is a sight to behold. If you are worried about choosing a five-star hotel I recommend it.
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2.8/542 Reviews
West of The Strip
Lara has lived here and is recommended. In 18 and 19 years, I participated in the exhibition twice. I chose to live here. The first time I was with the group. The second time is free travel, cost-effective, not noisy is recommended, free parking, the hotel has a holiday fee contact in advance to ask clearly.
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4.2/562 Reviews
Las Vegas Strip
How to say, the hotel environment is ok and very convenient. The room was cleaned, the bed was large and comfortable. The hotel is a bit big and it takes a day or two to explore the habit. The Gordon Ramsey Burger in the hotel is quite famous. If you are interested, you can eat it. It's almost $ 20 a person. The additional cost of the hotel is more. The daily service fee is almost 40 yuan, including the gym, spa, and free WIFI for two people. The check-in time is three in the afternoon. If you want to check in in advance, you need to pay 30 US dollars, which is inconvenient. If it is low season, you can consider Caesar or Bailey Hotel.
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4.2/548 Reviews
Las Vegas Strip
This is a newly renovated and stylish hotel. In addition to the new sanitary ware, I especially like the lighting inlaid around the floor-to-ceiling mirror in the room as the room's lighting. It is really elegant and stylish. Friends who want to decorate their houses can learn from it! There are also stylish hairstyles on the curtains for watching concerts and moving head photos, very special! Generally, the curtains are mostly natural scenery such as flowers, birds, landscapes, etc. This designer does not follow the flow, but has caught my eye. Every detail reveals ‘fashion’. It is a highly recommended hotel. If you have to pick a shortcoming, the RESORT FEE (resort fee) is quite expensive. I don't know how much other four-star hotels cost? Anyway, I paid US $ 43.03 / night for RESORT FEE, which is more expensive than the room rate per night. There is also the geographical location at the end of the most prosperous S LAS VEGAS BLVD (North). It may be a little far away for walking tourists, so it gave 4 points on the overall evaluation of "environment". However, in terms of cost-effectiveness (the same four-star ranking is lower than the previous house prices) and brand-new facilities, the location is biased. There are not a few tourists who hold the same view as me. After passing the hotel reception several times, I will always see the long queues of CHECK IN, CHECK OUT.
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4.5/530 Reviews
Liked: This hotel is amazing! When I walked in, I was prepared to be disappointed because of the location, but I couldn't have been more delighted after staying in the room for 3 nights. We were first given a room on the busy Boulder Hwy side, and could hear lots of traffic. When the manager, Elena, moved us to the parking lot side, all the noise calmed down. The hotel was booked solid, so I really appreciate the effort she made to move us. There are only 31 rooms in the hotel, and we had one with a fireplace, which made it even more delightful. The decor was very high quality antiques and "Bordello" paintings, and red carpeting. We ordered our food from the restaurant onsite (Marti is an outstanding restaurant manager!) and then took it to our room to eat in the table by the fireplace. The Prime Rib dinner is an excellent value with a very tender, generous portion of "Prime" Prime Rib. Our Fish and CHips was not as good. Maybe stick to meat here. The large (360 sq ft) rooms have high ceilings, 70 inch TV, Keurig coffee maker, refrigerator (no microwave or bedside clock) and are very clean. All the furniture, fixtures, linens and towels, and the toiletries are all Top of the Line for a hotel setting. We did not go into the Casino, and were pleased that they are separated by a long hallway to keep the hotel completely smoke free. We will return. Disliked · Noisy traffic on the side with the adjoining Boulder Highway. Location is not walking distance to restaurants, tho there are good ones a few miles away in Henderson proper.
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4.9/536 Reviews
Summerlin
The surrounding environment is good, it is a well-equipped hotel but the facilities are outdated, because the price of the weekend booking is relatively expensive. The clean room bedding is good and comfortable; the breakfast variety is almost not suitable for us, especially This price is not considered for the source of the customer. The hot water provided in the lobby is the coffee pot boiled water or the hot water with coffee taste. This is a blessing or unfortunately you are #128517; Many chairs have already "painted maps", and it is hard to imagine that this is a hotel managed by Hilton Hotels.
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4/539 Reviews
Downtown - Fremont Street
I stay on Fremont Street several times a year. I have generally stayed at a competitor due to the fact that they dont charge a resort fee, I dont even use any of the services that the supposed resort fee covers. My group that I travel with, we always seem to be spending time at properties that are part of the B connect group and it paid off that the deal they gave me to stay out weighed the resort fee issue. The staff was super!! The room was nice and comfortable and did the job. The bathroom was recently remolded maybe, it was very nice and i loved the shower, no issue getting the water the right temp, for some reason this is always an issue lol. Most of the restaurants were closed. The sister property, Main Street Station, was unfortunately shuttered due to current situation. The ****** was keeping limited hours as well, this was a definite bummer, I had to spend more time on Fremont. I would have rather stayed in house if possible. When we to retrieve our belongings from our room to check out our keys wouldnt work the door, they sent the bellman to the room to let us in, never really sure as to why this happened, they couldnt explain it either, but they were on top of it. This was the only issue with our stay and it wasnt really an issue at all. The room key will get you in and out of the parking garage as often as you like, if you have a vehicle while you stay. I really enjoyed my stay, it was a nice place to get away suring this crazy time we are in. I recommend giving it a try if your going to Vegas and want to stay downtown.
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4.7/533 Reviews
East of the Strip
There is free parking. Clean and good sound insulation Clean and good sound insulation Clean and good sound insulation The price is cheap, come again if you have a chance next time.
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3.3/540 Reviews
Las Vegas Strip
If I could give a lesser rating I would. Please, find somewhere else to stay. The picture(s) online and how it actually looks are totally different. They boast room renovation but they definitely dropped the ball on that. I called prior to arriving to inquire about getting one of the 'new' rooms (which there were only about 6/8 of them) for my week stay, front desk told me to just ask for the 'upgrade' when I arrive that there will be some available when I check in. First!, BE AWARE there is a $200 cash only 'deposit' that you have to pay. Totally didn't know about that .. 'it's in the fine print' I was told ..that is Not fine print information, that needs to be disclosed upfront. Over the course of my stay I had to move twice. First (renovated) room I couldn't open the door, it was literally stuck closed, went back to front desk and came back with security and he couldn't open it either(Wow, really). Re-assigned to the room across the hall(rm #2), the door looked like someone tried to break in - noticeable damage to the molding; additionally the bathroom door looked very similar. There was no toilet paper in the bathroom, had to call for some, and the final touch, it had an iron but no iron board (thank goodness didn't have to iron anything for work the next day). 3rd room (moved the next day) seemed okay, until I tried to turn on the tv .. another call to front desk .. the cables were missing to connect the tv. Completely unacceptable and I was stuck there. At end of stay manager would only comp one day of service fees which totaled $28.35. I had to stay in a room with a damaged door and that's all you can do?. As far as I'm concerned this place is garbage. Glad I took pictures.
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4.8/5103 Reviews
West of The Strip
Location was excellent! The only downside was that the unit wasn't very clean. patio was dirty with ashes & cigarette burns on the walls. hair in the bathroom and shower. Amenities like comp bath essentials were not in room. The front desk did supply without hesitation. My thoughts overall is that management needs to start working closely with housekeepers to ensure cleanliness. Still a great place to stay!
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4.3/550 Reviews
Downtown - Fremont Street
It was really two-thirty in the middle of the night to be quiet, because the building was facing the street, and the next door was an open-air bar. It's no exaggeration to describe it as deafening. There is a corridor on one side of the guest room, which is open-air, so it is noisy. The advantage is that the resort fee is 22 dollars cheaper. Parking is free. The parking lot runs from the first floor to the fourth floor, and it is convenient to take the elevator to this room. But sleeping is more painful, suitable for living in a bar. I suggest living in Chinatown. Chinese food is cheap and good.
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4/548 Reviews
Las Vegas Strip
The rooms are quite big and the conditions are okay. It is Friday. The hotel on the avenue is very expensive. The price of this hotel is quite low. When you check in, the front desk cannot find the check-in information, which delays some time. Thank you for your service, call Ctrip, and Ctrip immediately contacted the hotel to solve the problem. It is emphasized here that the check-in information cannot be found. It is not a Ctrip problem. It can only be said that the American is too stupid. time.
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4.7/530 Reviews
We were here for a 10 day stay and had a very pleasant experience. Our rooms were large, very clean and well stocked. The staff were friendly and helpful and really made us feel welcome. Housekeeping, especially Kim, kept our room spotless and was generous when we asked for extra coffee and soap. The housekeeping staff always greeted us with a smile and a friendly comment. It seemed to me that they all enjoy working at this hotel. When we had a slight problem with a cabinet door in the room, maintenance was cheerful and prompt in their response, and they left a note describing their work. Bridget at the front desk was very helpful to us. The breakfast was fresh with a large selection of items and it was kept well stocked by the hardworking staff. The supervisor, John, made us feel special and he provided delicious foods and drinks for the social events on Mon, Tues, and Wed evenings. This is a beautiful, new hotel with an exceptional staff in a great location. The airport is close by and it's a quick drive to the strip. It's also very convenient for traveling to the other Las Vegas sights such as Hoover Dam and Red Rock. We had a great stay and will be sure to stay here again!
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3.4/542 Reviews
Las Vegas Strip
The value for the room and location was excellent. Lucky to get a small suite (full kitchen, living room, dining room, and bedroom) on the strip for under $100 including taxes and resort fees and free parking! Facilities were definitely dated but clean and acceptable. Caveats- This was a Tuesday night on March 2, 2021. Covid-19 was on its way down but there were plenty of restaurants and ******s open for service. Hotel service was limited but who stays in their hotel when they go to Vegas? The major issue was not the hotel but the Trip.com ad that said the room came with 3 meals/day for up to 4 people. This was incorrect. The hotel told me to complain to the app, Trip.com because they did not even have a restaurant onsite. Not a huge deal because we were not planning to eat at the hotel anyway, but it was disappointing to see a mistake that was so deceiving.
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3.8/5106 Reviews
Las Vegas Strip
Below the hotel is the Ferris wheel 🎡, and there are many restaurants 🍴! Clean and comfortable, the location is very good, across the road from Caesars Palace. Uber can drop off in front of the hotel. The parking lot costs 15 knives 24 hours a day.
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4.3/5122 Reviews
Las Vegas Strip
1. The location of the hotel is very good, the middle of the main street, you can basically browse the entire Las Vegas area by walking. 2. Parking is a separate building. The hotels I have stayed at in Vegas are basically the same. It only takes a connecting corridor to walk from the parking lot to the front desk. The parking fee of 15 USD is paid when checking in. It is very convenient to enter and exit with the room card. 3. The hotel's software and hardware are good, the layout of the room is warm and new. Especially checkin and checkout are completed on the machine terminal, and there is customer service staff to assist, which is very convenient. The hotel's gym is fully equipped, but need to line up between 7am and 9am. 4. I have breakfast at the Italian food center on the ground floor of the hotel. I have a lot of options and very special features. I can definitely make a nutritional match for 20 dollars. Dinner at the Zhongguan restaurant on the first floor is also a good option. In addition, the bar on the first floor casino is also a good place to spend time with friends in the evening. After a little gambling, drink two glasses, smoke a cigar, and enjoy a good Vegas night. There are two problems: 1. The washbasin in the toilet is easily blocked 2. Check the bill carefully when you checkout. In addition to the prepaid online fee, there is a resort fee that is charged by every casino hotel, but the extra bar food charges in the room were deleted after I raised an objection, because I always have to Never touched the food in the room.
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4.1/541 Reviews
Downtown - Fremont Street
The room is very small, so the suitcase can't be opened quickly. The parking lot is not easy to find. It is directly opposite the hotel's main entrance, but it is very convenient from the old town. One of the exits from the casino is the middle of Fremont Street.
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4.2/552 Reviews
Downtown - Fremont Street
Booked a random room for the hotel. When I arrived, I gave a smoking room and said there was no choice, but it was too bad. I added 30 US dollars to upgrade and the room was just as bad. Still facing the most noisy street, the windows were not soundproofed at all, and it was difficult to wait a second, let alone sleep ... Finally, I added 50 US dollars to wait until the latest building to live. The rest of the rooms are about 1-2 stars. There is a feeling that the low price will lie to you and let you increase the price. You will not order this plan online again !! This sales method is too bad ...
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