We arrived at this hotel for another one of our daughter’s softball tournaments. I have never stayed at this hotel before, but was looking forward to it because of the activities for the kids (arcade, movie theater and bowling alley). The hotel is fairly easy to get to and really easy to get to the strip. It is off the strip, just north. It took less than 10 minutes to get to the strip. When we arrived and went to our room around 4pm, we heard loud music coming down the hallway. I was hoping they were not next to our room, well, they were two doors down. They played the music loud and no one said anything. Then people across from us started playing loud music as well. The good thing is that the hotel room doors kept much of the noise out when we shut it, however, I have never experienced this before in a Las Vegas Hotel room as we normally stay in a more upscale, strip, Casino Hotel. But, we did not complain and it was quiet when we went up for the night. The hotel is reasonably priced, had several dining options, was easy to get to with little traffic, and had a large Casino area. We visited the Casino at night and had a great time.
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