Upgraded to a two bedroom suite for about $100 plus fees per night and it was well worth it! Two double beds with bathroom on one side, separated by living room and bar with fridge. Large king bedroom and bathroom on the other side, both rooms had closets and dressers with t.v.s. View of the strip in the distance was decent enough, and since the floor was all suites we did not hear any noise from the hallway or next door. The pool area was small, as was the jacuzzi, an older model which was hot enough but a couple of jets were not working. There was a small workout room with a few machines and t.v.s just off the pool area. The Buffet was great, inexpensive, with an excellent selection of fresh food, definitely worth checking out. They also had a good gift shop/liquor store, with a great selection at decent prices. The casino was small but had plenty of $5 tables with friendly dealers. The resort definitely caters to a local crowd, but if you sign up for the players club they will offer you good discounts. They had a free shuttle to their other property The Orleans, and also to the strip behind Caesars. It is located across from the Rio and Palms so there is plenty of other options within walking distance. Great place to stay for a Vegas vacation off the strip!
Families and casino fans flock to the non-stop action, entertainment — and the mega-bowling facility — at the budget-friendly Gold Coast Hotel and Casino, which offers free shuttle service. The Gold Coast combines bargain accommodations and high-roller entertainment all in one. The 711 rooms at this hotel feature sleek fixtures, comfortable bedding and more than enough room. Thoughtful amenities like in-room coffeemakers make you feel right at home.