This is my third stay in Vegas and first for this hotel. It is very conveniently located and I liked that it was smaller. The rooms are dated yes, however we only were there to sleep and the beds were comfy. When I checked in it took about 10 minutes and we were given a room upgrade to a high floor with a strip view. We were there during the moth crisis however we didn’t have any in our room. The tram runs from here to Bellagio and then you can cross the pedestrian bridge making it easy to get to all the main sites. There is also a crosswalk in front of the hotel if u want to get to the other side easily. The food court in the casino was quick and helpful to have for breakfast. The pool was clean and lots of chairs available but they are mashed quite close together. The tubes for the lazy river are 5 dollars after 2pm. TheCrystals card of 50 is useable at Tiffany’s and any regular Tiffany’s customer knows they don’t offer promotions often. Overall if the price was right I would stay here again. The resort fee is annoying considering the is no wifi but is a standard practice here so we have to deal with it.
Monte Carlo Resort And Casino
3770 LAS Vegas Boulevard South,
Las Vegas, NV
Comfortable rooms, a location in the heart of the Strip and one of the city’s biggest water complexes are the highlights at Monte Carlo Resort and Casino. Monte Carlo has 2,992 ample-sized rooms. Deluxe rooms have a classic design with pillowtop mattresses, soft sheets and elegant bathrooms with rainfall showerheads.
One of the city’s largest pool/water complexes offers a lazy river, a wave tank, a lagoon pool and a hot tub, all open seasonally. The 102,000-square-foot casino is well-stocked with slots and table games, race and sports book, as well as a poker room.