I was prepared to give them an average rating and can’t for the life of me figure out how they have a 4 rating. People must have a low opinion of themselves. In any event the room was OK, but no fridge. Come on. A hotel these days without a fridge. And please don’t say we could have one for free if we called. Secondly their Al’s Restaurant only serves Louisiana oysters, probably the lowest on the totem pole of quality for oysters. Had them once, never again. Bed was OK, room was OK, at least we looked over the strip which at night is a good view. The pool was very nice, perhaps their only redeeming feature. The thing that really annoyed me was they charged me $1.25 to print out my boarding pass for the flight home. So, for $1.25 I will find a different resort next time unless the rooms are comped as well as the food!!!
Each of the hotel’s 1886 guestrooms offer suite accommodations with separate seating areas and tons of Victorian-themed decor.
Make time for several meals, specifically at one of the hotel’s 12 notable restaurants.
Located just one mile west of the Strip, the hotel enjoys great views and easy access to the main thoroughfare