We stayed here on a Friday night in August. The front desk said that since we were only staying a night they would give us a complimentary upgrade to a tower suite. Our hotel room was enormous! It had two full size bathrooms-one with a jacuzzi and one with a walk in shower, a king sized bed and a small couch with a Tv, fridge, etc. There was minor water damage on one of the dressers, which had cracking wood at its base, the couch was flimsy and the jets in the jacuzzi wouldn’t work. If I would have paid full price for this room, I would have been disappointed. However, it was a great value with the free upgrade, it was clean, the bed was very comfy, the shower was great and it had a fantastic view of the strip. Also, the mandatory resort fee of forty bucks was just ridiculous-we never figured out how to get the wi-fi, and ended up not using any resort amenities. The pool was smaller than I had expected, and was not family friendly-think MTV Spring Breakers party, with a twerking contest and no room in the pool, just tons of people standing in it and drinking. Would have been fun if I were in my early twenties again, but not so much for my husband and I at this point in our lives (We’re in our mid thirties.) The buffet was pretty good, but I don’t have much to compare it to, considering this was my first time in Vegas. The location was great, close to everything on the Strip (which is way better than downtown, in my opinion) and had free parking. Overall, a nice place to stay and play.
Located on the Las Vegas Strip with its outdoor heated pool, free parking and a boatload of free entertainment for the whole family. The 2,884-room hotel offers rooms with floor-to-ceiling windows and draped canopies. There’s casino action, as well as the TI Poker Room and Race & Sports Book. The hotel also has a lively outdoor heated pool with a 25-person hot tub.