I have been a resident of Las Vegas since 2010. I have only worked on or around the strip. I have stayed at 15 different strip/downtown hotels (some more than once) as a frequent HotelTonight customer and that number grows every month. I admire Las Vegas for it's ever-changing charm and I'm always seeking the new things. If it's on the strip or downtown, I've probably seen it, tried it, or walked by it at least once.
|Living:||Las Vegas Nevada US|
|Playing:||Any Slot Machine Will Do|
Ratings & Reviews
I've stayed here a couple of times. Their customer service sucks and good luck getting attention from the wait staff at the Pink Taco however, Mr Lucky's has an AWESOME breakfast menu. Vinyl is a great intimate live venue and the new Joint is spacious and sounds great. They've had some management problems through the years but I think they are starting to figure things out.
I spent 2 years of my life here as an employee and during the Maloof boot-out transition. Personally, I've been in just about every suite, worked in all the clubs and restaurants and it's new sportsbook. Honestly, if you want to stay here, I would suggest Palms Place over the Ivory or Fantasy towers. Unless you have a couple of hundreds of bucks, the sky villas in The Fantasy tower are gnarly. The Pearl is a beautiful concert venue. They are constantly changing their restaurants so I can't be a judge here. Brenden Theaters feel cheap but to the point and the Eatery has everything or anything you could want. A lot of older locals hang out here to gamble during the day. The new center bar is attractive. The Lounge is small but gets the job done. The new owners/management are trying hard to spiffy the place up and for the most part are doing well but lacking in a lot of detail. This place was the bomb when George Maloof was strolling the casino floor everyday. Those days are past us..
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