Although my trip was about a month ago I made this observation as I strolled into The Quad with reasonable hopes of something. What that somethings was...unknown at that point. Now, as I understand it, the casino was not done and obviously looking at the size of it I should have known outright more was to come. However, what I saw I did not like. Of course it was cleaned up. Of course the smell was gone. But beyond that I saw nothing that would make me go in there again. - Without pics I can describe it as a large beige enclosure with a few streaks of red neon here and there on the walls. - Carpet was nondescript. The usual games were in play. - It felt a little cramped but I assume that was to maximize gaming space. until the entire casino was complete. - One long curving VP bar with shitty pay tables (of course). - On the plus side it was easy to navigate and find your way in and out. - I do like what they have done to the entrance. It's like a real Vegas casino now. - There is an identified Diamond Check In. I cannot comment on the rooms as I did not stay. I left with the feeling that this place is just a bland beige warehouse that makes the vanilla vibe of the Monte Carlo look like the Hard Rock. All that money spent and that is what they came up with so far? I can say this with 100% honesty, I liked the look and vibe of the IP way better and was a little sad that yet another dated but somewhat iconic property was sterilized. I was hopeful to get in one last bar top vp session on that trip at the old girl but it was not meant to be. So in summary...I thought The Quad blew.