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Which Hotel has the best/quickest table game drink service?

Discussion in 'LV Strip Hotels & Casinos' started by EastCoastVegasFan!, Jan 28, 2016.

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  1. EastCoastVegasFan!

    EastCoastVegasFan! High-Roller

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    I have been wondering this for a while. In my opinion, good ole' Caesars has the best/quickest drink service of any casino on the strip.

    Anyone have a different opinion?
     
  2. UKFanatic

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    The high limit blackjack lounge at Aria. There is always a server at the table asking what I want before I can even finish buying in
     
  3. JRRestoule

    JRRestoule Low-Roller

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    I've always had great service at Wynn tables. The tables near the high limit slot area at Aria also had pretty quick service during my last trip. The tables out front of the high limit slot area at MGM Grand have been pretty good as well. Played at Linq a bit and their service was good too, I like the whole iPad thing they have going on
     
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  4. OhioStateAlum

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    The HL areas will always have quicker service, as they should. On the main floor I've always found Wynn to be pretty fast.
     
  5. vacationaddict

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    Whiskey down @mgm grand
     
  6. dannyocean

    dannyocean High-Roller

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    Echo Aria near HL. A good up-front tip, too, seems to ensure very quick service. I'll usually get 3-4 an hour. At least.
     
  7. voltron12

    voltron12 Low-Roller

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    I have to say cromwell.
     
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    Agreed, the HL areas will almost always have quicker service than the regular areas. And as for the regular areas it's really a crapshoot. One night drink service might be fast, the next night slow. Cromwell is pretty good probably because it's so small.
     
  9. BigWW

    BigWW Low-Roller

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    I threw dice at the Cosmo last trip and drink service was pretty quick.
     
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    +1 for the Cromwell. What they lack in game variety, they more than make up for in quick drink service. If more than 5 minutes went by without someone coming by to ask, it was rare.
     
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    Bondy3 Low-Roller

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    I think it depends on what you are playing,

    I have always been happy with Ceasars Palace for table games, but I think cromwell is better for slot players
     
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    2 years ago at the Mirage on one of the slot machines the waitress was bringing me a Long Island about every 15 minutes,I was tipping pretty good so I'm sure that had something to do with it!!!
     
  13. Bondy3

    Bondy3 Low-Roller

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    tipping makes service lightning fast almost everywhere :)
     
  14. aaisack

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    My best experience for drink service was at the Cromwell. I had a late night boisterous session of bubble craps there where it felt like the cocktail waitress was only serving us. She was back every 5 minutes or so to check. It was a blast.

    Also, don't play on the floor at Bellagio unless you want to die of thirst...
     
  15. steelcity5044

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    +2 or 3 or 4 for The Cromwell. I'm certain it is due to size but don't care why just as long as I get my drink....and since they have all the table games I like it's perfect for me
     
  16. WichitaMuskie

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    I've had good experiences at The Cromwell, too. And I've actually done pretty well at the Bellagio, but it may just be because I only play pai gow there, and the pai gow tables are right where the cocktail waitresses bring the drinks out. So they have to pass by regularly.
     
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    Cromwell for me as well......made no difference if I was in the back near the lounge playing VP, anywhere playing slots, or the bubble craps machine, the drink service was always quick....and scenic too!
     
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    Barbary/Bill's always used to be the best, by far. Judging from the comments already in this thread, they still are after the re-branding to Cromwell. I haven't really played much there since the re-branding.

    If you're playing slots/VP, here's what I do. Find the semi-hidden door to the service area where to CWs are going in/out to get the drinks. Plonk yourself down at a slot/VP right near that entrance. Tip $5 on the first drink. She'll then be sure to stop by on every trip she takes. Only need to tip $1 or $2 on subsequent drinks. She will make sure you are well oiled.

    Doesn't really work for the table games, as they aren't usually near the semi-hidden door to the service area.
     
  19. RockyBalboa

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    Yeah...I agree with this.

    One night at Palazzo I couldn't finish my beer before she had another cold one for me. The next day I was about ready to walk to a bar and get one myself because I didn't see a waitress for an hour
     
  20. broncofn

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    I agree, and some of the most beautiful waitresses around!
     
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