I was skeptical about staying here, but my stay was fantastic. From the time I dropped my car off with the valet, until I checked out - it was wonderful! The employees are polite and helpful, the room was gorgeous, and all the restarants were delicious. I was only there for two days, but I'd move in if I could!
The hotel is just south of the Tropicana and hotel so easy to get to the strip. It is smaller with a smaller casino etc but perfectly good for a few days stay. Very similar to staying at budget-friendly chain hotels. We did not use any amenties but the parking was good and easy and free. Wifi worked fine for us!
One of the best resorts I've stayed at! The rooms are very clean and modern. The first floor is a huge casino with restaurants and shops. Everything you need is there! You don't have to leave the resort if you don't want to! What I really like was they have a monorail station attached to the resort, so you can board within walking distance and go where you want on the strip in Vegas!
Eight of us traveled to Vegas for my nephew's 21st Birthday. Excellent location off of the strip. Small and quiet. Beds are amazingly comfortable. Staff is prompt in helping, our air/heat was not working, came right up to fix it. However, overall the staff was not friendly and it seemed like we were a burden, both at check in, players card desk and the restaurant. Rooms were a decent size and were clean, only negative was that there was very little water pressure to take a shower. Overall, an enjoyable stay.
The hotel is pretty close to the strip, but somehow out of the cassino enviroment, which fits very well to those that travells with kids. The penthouse is cozy, fancy and has an amazing view. The kitchen is very good. The connection to MGM grand is indoor and easy to reach, so you can enjoy the cassino and its facilities it if you need.
Very good deal!
The hotel was nice and quiet along with clean room and good beds to sleep in. Staff was nice and cooperate.
We were there on Sunday night for one night stay before flying out of Las Vegas. It was a short walk to the strip and a nice 4 mile walk along the northern part of the strip - saw Caesar Hotel, Mirage, Venicateen, and other hotels.
The only minor problem was no continental breakfast and the heat was slow to work in January. The good thing about this hotel is no resort fee.
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.