We stayed on a Sunday night using rewards funds from Hotels.com. They charge a resort fee of $22.60 which I think should be included in the overall price that shows up on a search. The room, number 3-301 in the Carson Tower, was fine except that the tub was clogged and not draining. They sent a repairman up in about 15 minutes so that was repaired fairly quickly. My other complaint is the constant machinery noise which comes from blowers or other equipment outside the room. It is louder than I like all night and I used ear plugs too. Investigating, it seems to be near rooms 301 to 304 on the third floor. I would avoid those rooms. Walking up and down the hall it seems quiet in other areas. It may be a problem on the 4th floor, but was not there on the 6th floor. With a quieter room this would have been a better experience. I probably should have asked for another room before settling in.
Everything here is oversize, from the 2,400 spacious guest rooms to the three-story heated pool complex appropriately called The Tank. The Golden Nugget Hotel & Casino Las Vegas even accommodates a 20,000-gallon shark-filled aquarium with a three-story water slide cut through the middle.
Golden Nugget Hotel & Casino Las Vegas sets the mood for the surrounding area. You can walk over to Fremont Street Experience, a four-block festival of lights, games, live music and shopping