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oasis/gold spike.

Discussion in 'Downtown Hotels & Casinos' started by john meriman, Jun 10, 2016.

  1. john meriman

    john meriman merri by name merry by nature

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    i dont see mention of it on this forum-their must be a reason for that- i can get 11 nights there for an average of $55 a night including resort fee. i am on a much reduced budget now that i am retired. is it a total shithole?:drunk::wink2::stir:.
     
  2. CrazyMNCatLady

    CrazyMNCatLady Tourist

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    I think it's more of a douchebag-hole. For reference, the last MTV Real World was based there.
     
  3. eaglejohn

    eaglejohn High-Roller

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    if on budget look at no resort fee properties. 4Q, Fremont, Cal and MSS.
     
  4. makikiboy

    makikiboy VIP Whale

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    The gold spike/Oasis doesn't have a casino anymore so not many people stay there (esp since they can't get comped rooms). It is more of a "boutique" hotel that attracts the younger crowd with beer pong and "adult" games. The place was fully renovated a few years ago. You should use trip advisor to read up on the hotel, many of the reviewers didn't stay there but if you check with tripadvisor oasis at the gold spike you can read up on people who stayed there. The general reviews were positive but some people didn't like the younger "party" type atmosphere and crowd.

    If you are in your 20's then you will probably enjoy the place. If you are older and want some peace and quiet in your room you may want to consider staying elsewhere, some reviews said that the music went on to 4 in the morning and was heard in your room so they couldn't sleep until the club downstairs closed.
     
  5. TFK

    TFK High-Roller

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    It's a shame what happened to the Spike. After they renovated it and it was still a casino, it was an awesome place to play blackjack.

    TFK
     
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