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Top 10 The Barrymore Hotels

Top 10 The Barrymore Hotels

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0/5
0 Reviews
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3.5/5
25 Reviews
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3.8/5
10 Reviews
"The front desk of the hotel is in an inconspicuous and small place in the Caesars Palace. There is a cigar bar next to it. The smog is filled and we don’t feel good with our children. With the 4-year-old Vain aircraft delay, check in at 11 o'clock in the evening, the hotel front desk said that we have to wait 15-20 minutes, because the hotel manager needs to go to our room to check whether the cleaning of the room has been completed. I was shocked when I heard it. Isn't this work done in the afternoon before the guests stay? It was close to the early morning! During the check-in period, other guests checked in and got the room card. I asked again, the indifference of the front desk indicated that the other party was staying in a superior suite. I was just a common room, and the attitude was very bad. I immediately called Ctrip, the front desk saw me call Ctrip, and then called the manager to urge. I asked the front desk to let the manager contact me. The front desk said that the manager could not go to the guest room. If you want to see the manager, he would be in the lobby. I said, please ask the manager to call me. After half an hour after entering the room, I did not receive a call from the manager. Instead, Ctrip made a phone call to follow up and said that the hotel had set up a "free upgrade" for me. I said that I didn't see any upgrades. Later, Ctrip followed up. The hotel said that the room type was not upgraded but arranged a room with a better view. I am really huh, huh, because the curtains are the opposite room, the sense of sight is strong, it is impossible to open the curtains, do not mention any landscape. I took the initiative to call the front desk and ask for a manager. The customer service said that I would tell you something, and then exempted one night of taxes and fees. It is still a mediocrable attitude. I asked the manager to call to apologize. The other party said, "You still have to find a manager to do what you want, I have already given you." Throughout the process, I never mentioned asking for compensation. It was the other party’s initiative to waive the one-night tax, as if I contacted the manager to figure out their cheapness. I flew with the baby for 15 hours to the United States, showing him more than 40 US dollars in taxes and fees? ! The attitude is as bad as it seems to be ours. Later, the manager finally called, the background was very noisy, I don't know where he was calling. It’s a sigh of gas when I hear the manager’s phone call. The manager said, "If you wait a little, we will give you a tax." The implication is that I have gotten a little cheaper. The fault is not me, the compensation is also proposed by the hotel. Why can't I say sorry to the guests with kindness and sincerity? It is absolutely impossible to stay in this hotel again in the future."
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5




4.4/5
Excellent
10 Reviews
"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 "
"I decided to splash out on a Sky Loft to celebrate a special occasion and the accommodations at MGM Grand certainly offer a high-end experience - a huge suite for myself and two friends, a transfer from the airport, our concierge met us at the car to escort us to the loft, they even surprised me with a birthday cake. Our concierge made any tour reservations in advance that we required, although we were unfortunate in not being allocated the view that we requested. Every problem we encountered, they fixed - eg. sending a maintenance man as soon as I reported there were issues with the airconditioning, and he fixed it immediately, we did not have to wait. If a luxury suite is what you're after for your Vegas experience, this will meet your expectations."
"The SKYLOFTS is the only place in Las Vegas I have experienced 5 star service. While celebrating our 10th anniversary, Joe and his team went above and beyond to make our entire experience wonderful. The SKYLOFTS does not feel like a part of the MGM. Absolute luxury. "
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6




3.8/5
46 Reviews
"Very good hotel, quiet, comfortable and full of Asian style. Recommended families have children can not go to the casino to live here, there is an Asian girl at the front desk is particularly good, normal 200 liters room, she helped us cut 100 knives, raised the attic set is really beautiful, the bathroom can see New York hotel's roller coaster Yeyer. Highly recommended here"
"Others are okay, this hotel will tell you when the checkout, the pool, gym and other facilities will be charged a daily service fee of 25.5 US dollars per person, also tell you where the facility is placed, whether you have used it, money photo Accept it! The two of us added a total of $102 for two days, and the communication process made the entire pleasant journey very uncomfortable! Ctrip Xiaoge has the responsibility to tell us earlier about this hidden charge!"
"Very comfortable hotel casino is not, but travel, shopping is very convenient. Plus 100 dollars to upgrade the room. It is very comfortable. Overlooking the entire Vegas blvd. The spa and gym are very good. Highly recommended. But the spa is best not to be matte. Sensitive skin should be used with caution."
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7




4.1/5
Very Good
148 Reviews
"Stay was excellent as always great price for the room we stayed in. Last time we had the Octavious king room this time we stayed in the Palace Studio King and IMO it was much nicer and a better deal! This hotel is clean and in a good location right in the middle of everything on the strip. Parking is free with hotel stay as well as Wifi but no Fridge which kinda sucks but could manage without one. Will stay again if the price is right! "
"The first time I stayed in the hotel, I didn’t even have slippers or bathrobes. I didn’t even have a comb. I called and sent a toothbrush. There was no hot water bottle. There was no free drinking water. Afraid of falling. The air conditioner is not heated, and the maximum temperature is 26 degrees, which is slightly warmer, but very dry. The quilt was not fitted with a quilt cover, it was sandwiched between two sheets. The location is very convenient. On the Las Vegas Strip, you can walk to major casino hotels, as well as small supermarkets and famous shopping malls."
"First of all, valet parking made me wait for a long time, and the room was not soundproof. The TV in the next room was very loud and I could hear the smoke and garbage from the last resident under the sofa in our room. I don’t know how to clean their room. The whole room is ineffective, I hope you can pay attention next time."
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8




4.3/5
Excellent
187 Reviews
"Excellent hotel prices are also placed there. Taxes need to be paid. Although the swimming pool facilities have not been used, I think that at least WIFI The hotel has its own small train to and from several nearby hotels, but in fact there are few steps If you have a bathtub, please bring your own bathtub. By the way, I was planning to take a taxi to the airport on the day of check-out. I found a shuttle bus and saved five dollars."
"Breakfast is average and extra beds are available. This room type can sleep up to 3 adults. In addition to the casino on the first floor, it is suitable for children. The hotel is located in the city center. It only takes 5-10 minutes to walk to the water dance, and the parking lot is free for one hour. And then $ 8 for an hour!"
"The location is not bad, the room facilities are quite satisfactory, the hotel is next to the luxury store, there is no room at the hotel, after leaving the mobile phone number, the room will send a text message to inform the room number, the concierge will send the baggage directly to the room, anyway, the tip is, Las Vegas is all piled up."
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9




4.1/5
Very Good
28 Reviews
"Arriving at the hotel, we used previously read reviews for reference; parking in the north lot as it bypasses the ****** to the front desk. They check temperature and masks are mandated. (Still buying the lie) Front desk was very helpful, nice and expedited our check in, offering an upgrade for a small amount which we took. The main ****** floor was not very busy. Station Cafe is open 24 hours but there is a Fat Burger, Baskin Robins, Pizza Place and Panda Express that will hold anyone over with above par tasting food. I never used room service as these places were so convenient with no lines. Rooms were quiet with the exception of someone beginning a light hammering at 9 am two of the four days. I brought earplugs. Security is abundant around the facility; some in black suits and some armed. Security will follow you throughout your stay with video surveillance at every ceiling glance as it is probably a way of them passing the time; their reality TV. The pools were nice but only a certain portion was open during the day 10am to 4pm off season. Gym was especially nice as it has a Smith Machine, free weights and a pull up bar. It is open 24 hours from the rear entrance only to patrons. Only negative drawback is that they mandate a mask. I was "reminded" to keep my mask over my nose as I had it down trying to catch my breath. I hope they are trained in CPR as they may have people pass out from oxygen deprivation. Hint to GVR, Southpoint, nor Silverado R mandate masks in their gyms. A second minor inconvenience is that you need to ask the attendant for a towel and a bottle of water as it is under lock and key. Room amenities "toilet paper, tissues, towels" were not stocked well as we were only given one box of tissues, two large towels and one roll of TP. A nice gesture was a robe that was supplied. Only issue with this robe is that there was only one. If you wanted your room made, you needed a special request. Even then, no restocking of TP or tissues were supplied. Unsure if it was a mistake as more larger towels were replenished. Overall, besides the mask Nazi at the gym, it was a very pleasant experience. We will be staying here often when visiting family in the future."
"The streets are a bit off the Las Vegas Strip. Henderson side. Interior facilities and room size are all good. The resort is only $ 44, and you can use only one device in your room. Wireless internet is not very fast either. The same goes for other Las Vegas hotels, but if you think about cheaper prices If you include a resort price increases. Of course, even if you book a room for 30,000 won and include a resort, 100,000 won It is not very expensive compared to room facilities because it is not. Apart from the resort, there is a security deposit of $ 50. Please return it when you leave. "
"We came here after our original reservation at another hotel was messed up. We walked in off the street and got an amazing rate. This is a 4 star resort, higher quality than we usually book on two teachers salaries. From the valet parking, to the amazing pool and spa, the kids arcade, the food court and the restaurants - everything was a hit. The only disappointment was that COVID prevented them from opening The Feast Buffet, a place we have been many times. This was one of our best visits ever to the Vegas area, and we have been many times. Great Job GVR!"
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10




4.6/5
Outstanding
31 Reviews
"The one thing - and it was a big thing- that absolutely frustrated us about this resort had to do with Covid precautions. They have an absolutely gorgeous pool area but unless you are actively eating or drinking or swimming - you must wear a mask- no exceptions. Now we fully understand compliance with state health departments, etc. We had no issues with wearing a mask inside the hotel and ****** and walking thru the pool area and wearing masks to our seats. But when you are sitting on loungers (that are properly spaced 6 feet apart) with your husband- with literally no one else around- I don’t expect security to come tell us to put our masks on. Yes this happened on multiple occasions. This turned the wonderful relaxing pool area into a frustration and a stressful place. Adding further insult and showing the craziness and double standards of the policies is the fact that cigarette smokers can actually sit at a slot machine inside the ****** and smoke a cigarette- no mask! So if you are the type that this would bother you, than I would suggest a hotel on the strip itself - which we understand has less restrictions right now. If you love to wear masks and they make you feel safe than this is your place. The rest of this resort, amenities, service, restaurants were just top notch- and the people are great- doing the best they can in a state that still has some over the top Covid restrictions . The walkway to Summerlin with all the shops and restaurants and the proximity to Red Rock Canyon makes Red Rock Resort an awesome choice."
"We are a very Covid conscious family and have been distancing and wearing masks since day 1. However, the policies here are downright ridiculous. Even OUTSIDE by the pool Ans more than six feet apart, they are requiring masks. How does one get sun with a mask over the face? Additionally, the website doesn’t tell you this but all hot tubs are closed due to Covid. Again - they are outside - and resorts we have visited this year have had outdoor hot tubs open. Also, if you want a sprite delivered poolside - no problem. But ask for an ice water and that’s not allowed. Because apparently one liquid cannot be carried during Covid while another can. How does this make sense? Add in the fact that the pool is not heated (what five star resort doesn’t have a heated pool) and elevators that keep getting stuck (we spent 30 minutes in one yesterday), and I would not recommend this resort to anyone trying to have a fun family vacation. Website needs to be transparent about what is open and closed (be aware that although the movie theater is still listed on the site, it is not open) and about the fact that their open air / outdoor Covid rules are beyond restrictive."
"First, the resort was very convenient for our purposes — lots of hiking. It is not as busy as a typical resort on the strip. Great variety of restaurants and a food court. Great music on the weekend at the entrance bar. We loved the area, including the nice shopping area (walking distance). The resort fee is pricey at $44 a day. The pool is not heated, and hot tubs are closed, and security walked around making sure you wore a mask at the pool — even when NO ONE was around us for more than 6 ft. The website needs to make ALL Covid changes very transparent for paying guests. We also had trouble getting our room cleaned for the first 2 days (even after contacting the front desk AND the housekeeping desk). It was eventually resolved but disappointing to have to deal with it. Overall, it was a nice place and we did have a few issues, but we are happy to be traveling and out and about. "
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