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Free wifi at Eastside Cannery

Discussion in 'Off-Strip Hotels & Casinos' started by dewey089, Oct 25, 2012.

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  1. dewey089

    dewey089 Guru of Value

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    Eastside Cannery is advertising free wifi with rooms. I assume that is in the room itself. No resort fees there and they used to knock off $10 of the regular price if you were a senior and asked.

    It is isolated but:

    The 202 stops right there at the parking lot for travel along Flamingo. It is a 40 minute ride to the strip, but it is one bus, easily accessed, safe to come home on late, and you can ride anywhere along Flamingo.
    Monday night is my favorite Latin band. Cannery beer is about $1.50 in that lounge.
    Thursday afternoon is Sam's Town free Vegas review show of different talent each week.
    Sam's also has a cheap poker tournament everyday, full pay Deuces.

    Bank of America has a place to get money if you have an account with them right across the street from the Eastside Cannery.
    Their own poker room is a friendly 2-4 game with some of the same players, but usually one fish. Lots of baseball talk.

    Corner rooms at Eastside are sometimes available and high up they offer floor to ceiling glass on two walls. Very nice, but you can't be cetain to snag one unless you pay extra for the corners with jacuzzi.

    I always beat the price somewhere, but free wifi is a great draw and I'd like to be there late on Monday sometime.
     
  2. mdk63

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    Eastside Cannery is somewhat isolated, but has no commission Pai Gow and as you mentioned wifi in a well appointed room for the price. I also like the Sports Book and the poker room is okay. But poker is better at Sam's Town next door.

    Personally, I like it there; especially when I'm not in the mood for downtown crazies and the Strip where I struggle to fine decent games.
     
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