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Monte Carlo construction

Discussion in 'LV Strip Hotels & Casinos' started by flamingogal, Jun 12, 2013.

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  1. flamingogal

    flamingogal Low-Roller

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    DH and I booked a fall trip to Vegas and decided to try the Monte Carlo since my favorite Bill's closed. Has anyone been there lately that can tell me how the noise is from the construction out front and if it makes for a longer walk out front to get down the strip. Thanks! So looking for this trip. It has been 2.5 years and I am ready to come back.
     
  2. paperposter

    paperposter VIP Whale

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    i drove this weekend and the front is a mess,dont know how that effects the room noise,but i still belive you can walk the sidewalk just less entraces from the strip to enter by,hope that helps
     
  3. jon95616

    jon95616 Low-Roller

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    Stayed there the last 3 nights.

    Noise wasn't an issue and it's easy to exit the casino near Diablo's and get right to the strip sidewalk.
     
  4. jjprosser

    jjprosser Tourist

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    Will this be nearly complete by December?
     
  5. James G

    James G Tourist

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    Any updates. I'll be there Sunday and was wondering what to expect.

    :peace:
     
  6. Kaliforniano

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    I'm in Vegas now and can tell you that yes, the facade is all torn up/under construction. I'm not staying there though, so I can't comment on the noise factor as a guest. I am sort of baffled as to why they decided to put money into replacing the facade at this point. Seems to me the money would have been better spent upgrading/refurbing the rooms and casino.
     
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