This hotel had everything you need to go on vacation and never have to leave the hotel. There is an amusement park, carnival games, several restaurants including fine dining and family friendly like McDonald’s, swimming pools, casino, shopping and many more things to do.
I arrived and discovered the package had booked my room not in one of the main towers but the adjacent “manor motor lodge” — a series of low-slung buildings next door Short walk across the parking lot and pretty much just like any run-of-the mill motel.
The room itself was actually decent – clean, comfortable. No cofee maker, no fridge, old tube TV. But 4 am woken up by jetlagged kids next door who were wide awake. Management was very accommodating and moved me down the hall. 3 am, woken up by the couple in the room next door having a nasty breakup. Shouting, doors slammed.
It’s now 7 am and I can hear the couple of the other side of the room. The walls here are paper-thin. I can hear every conversation and follow the plot of every TV show they’re watching.
OK, this isn’t a spa and I didn’t come here for rest and relaxation. But in a city legendary for its nightlife, it’s essential to get some rest in between.
Not here. Not…gonna….happen.
Spend a little more money. Get some real rest. It’s Vegas, and you’re going to need it!
With a variety of fantastic and free circus acts to please kids and kids-at-heart, Circus Circus Hotel and Casino is a fun, entertainment-filled option on the Strip. The 200-game arcade can hardly be ignored. Adventuredome, the hotel’s five-acre indoor amusement park, is world-famous.