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Discussion in 'LV Strip Hotels & Casinos' started by rebirth, Jan 11, 2015.

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  1. rebirth

    rebirth Low-Roller

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    I'm sure this been asked before. How far are the elevators from the casino and is it easy getting to the rooms? And how are the check in lines? Thanks!
     
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    In my two trips, have found the elevators are close to the casino floor. I hear that the walk to some rooms can be a hike, but have not found that to be the case. Check in and checkout has been quick both times.
     
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    Rebirth, I stayed there about a month ago. I arrived on a Friday evening and checked in at the VIP lounge, but I walked by the front checkin and it did not look busy. As for the elevators, each tower has its own set of elevators, but they are all close to the casino. The property is so small that everything on the ground floor is next to the casino. have fun!
     
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    I know of two elevator banks, both are close to the casino. Our first visit there we had a very long walk to our room, but it's an easy walk.

    We've stayed there twice, both times the number of clerks seemed well-balanced with the number of folks checking in. If you're an MLife member you can use the MLife clerk at the far left end.
     
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    billduhcat Low-Roller

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    The various elevator banks are all close to the casino floor/common areas.

    Note that due to arena construction, roads to and from nyny are all a little messed up, if you're planning to park there.
     
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    Depending on the events rhat weekend. The check-in process can be a pauin.genreally because they only have 3-4 clerks avalible. On my last stay during the summer I arrived early afternoon(2pm-3pm) and there was no line.
     
  7. rebirth

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    Thanks everyone. Yeah, I'm planning to rent a car. How bad is it?
     
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    We had quite a walk from the elevator to the room. Seemed like we walked five NY blocks to get there.

    Also, had some very "lovely" company in the elevator on the way down one morning. I'm sure she made some good coin that night.
     
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    My only stay there, we had the last room on the 21st floor. The inside of the building is as irregular as the outside. After a few trips I counted 11 turns between the elevator and my room.
     
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    YES!!! I didn't have that many turns, but there were a few. Left my room on the first day, went the wrong way, didn't think I'd ever get back :).

    While the elevators are close to the casino, that doesn't mean the room will be close to the elevator. If that's an issue, I'd ask for one close to the elevator.
     
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    It may depend upon the room location but I have stayed there and had 2-3 different elevator accesses and each was essentially right in/near the casino.
    Check-ins are like any other hotel which means a lot depends on the time you check in and how many other people are there.
     
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