I really enjoyed the stay. The hotel was very nice inside and out. Room well maintained clean. The pool was very nice. There was nothing i could say negative about my stay at all. I will be back again that's for sure.
This resort would have been a five star if it weren't for an insect problem. I'm not if the place gets regular pest control but there were a number of small black bugs that seemed to congregate to the bathroom. Eg I ran a bath the first night of my stay there and whilst in the tub a couple had dropped into the water. When I got out of the tub there were a numerous amount of bugs crawling around on the bath mat and floor. A couple of bugs had also managed to find there way onto the bed also. This really upset me as I didnt expect to wake up to bugs in the bed. I would recommend this hotel to others but only as a second resort.
We got to the hotel around seven. Our children saw the hotel pool and hot tub and were so excited till we heard the pool closed at seven. We had to leave early the next day so they wouldn't be able to try out the pool. I asked at the front desk and the lady said as long as there wasn't a chain around, they could go in. They swam and had fun till after eight. The pool fountain turned off shortly after eight. They also had a pool table, so our boys played two games of pool. The rooms were very spacious, but could use some renos to keep it updated. In the morning our youngest was very sad because he didn't want to leave the hotel. He said it was the best hotel ever.
This area has more lodging variety than The Strip. Off the Strip features both gaming and non-gaming properties that range from budget to luxury accommodations. Key attractions here include the Las Vegas Convention Center, the University of Nevada, Las Vegas, the McCarran International Airport, several office parks, and the Restaurant Row along Flamingo and Paradise roads.