We love going to Las Vegas! We go every year for the February/March NASCAR Races, and usually at least one other time in the late summer to fall.
Las Vegas has 2 faces. You can see both sides at any given time.
One side is the seedy 'dirty' side that only certain people get in to.
The other side, which is the majority side, is the fun, vibrant, neon life that anyone, including families and go and experience.
I believe everyone at some point needs to experience Las Vegas. Go to Las Vegas with an open mind, and take it in.
|Living:||Ogden Utah US|
Ratings & Reviews
We have stayed there numerous times and have always had decent experiences. The location of the Imperial Palace is superb. Very close to all the cool hangouts! The main thing that I could say for I.P. is that they need to make their hotel check in process a little quicker. We came into town for NASCAR in 2009 and stood in line to check in for almost 2 HOURS! It was miserable. Other than that, our rooms have always been clean and comfortable. I enjoy the casino, the dealertainers are really fun to watch and they all seem to really enjoy their jobs. All the staff members (casino and hotel) are friendly
I'm not big on the location of the Hilton. They brag about it being away from the strip traffic, and only a few steps from the strip, but in reality, its about a 20 minute ride to the strip, and if you stay out too late, you don't get to ride the monorail back, you have to pay a terribly overpriced taxi to go back to the hotel. Inside the hotel and casino is very comfortable. Everything is clean, the rooms were nice, but the parking is about a mile walk away. For the right price, I would stay here again, if I couldn't find anything close to equal cost on the strip where I can walk quickly to many places.
I like the Luxor for its atmosphere and surroundings. I like the theme of the resort, it's very different from anything else anywhere! What I do not like is the fact that if you park yourself you have to walk all the way to the front of the building to check into the hotel, then go back around the casino to the elevators and it makes it very unconvenient. Other than the check in process, and the location of how that's laid out, we enjoyed the hotel. Very good restaurants, and quick to get on the monorail system.
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|3:||o'Sheas casino (winner, winner, chicken dinner!)|
|4:||Nine Fine Irishmen @ New York New York|
|5:||Fat Tuesdays margaritas while walking the Miracle Mile shops|
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