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Park MGM Construction Update

Discussion in 'LV Strip Hotels' started by Sonya, Mar 21, 2017.

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  1. davehughes123

    davehughes123 Low-Roller

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    We walked through on Tuesday, 9/11, while making our way from Mandalay Bay to TI, hitting all casinos along the way. The casino was way busier than I expected, after reading some of the reviews on here. This may have been due to a SAP conference going on at that time. The slots were tight but the drink service was fast. I'd consider staying here on a comp in the winter months, when pool access is not a priority.
     
  2. Sdebruyne

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    My daughter and I stayed here October 8th thru 12th. Construction seems to be mostly done in the hotel and casino. No construction noise at all. Room was nice. Bathroom was very nice. Check in Kiosks we ok, but I would still prefer a real person at a counter to talk to about getting a specific room location or possible upgrade. After walking through Bellagio and others places and seeing the huge lines for check in, I would welcome the option of using kiosks to check in. Key word -option.

    Construction still forces you to walk through side entrances to get to the strip. Looks like most of the construction is out front and side where the restaurants will be. Not ideal, but not much of an inconvenience either.

    We like to spend some time at the pools in the afternoons. The pool area is ok, but not anything special. Pools were much nicer before renovations. And the pool was very cold.

    Stayed here because of the comp offers. I would consider staying here again, if comp offers were good, mainly because of the location.
     
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  3. cssvt

    cssvt Low-Roller

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    Didn’t stay here this trip, but did venture over for my (formerly) favorite breakfast.

    I’ve recommended Primrose multiple times in this thread as our favorite breakfast on the strip, but it seems they’ve changed their menu and removed most of our favorite items.

    Waitress said there’s been a ton of people disappointed in the menu changes.
     
  4. JoJoR

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    The pancakes at Primrose were pretty insane! Hopefully those made the cut.
     
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    That's what I substituted with. Still good, just not quite the same as the french toast. Hopeful they re-update the menu. Multiple servers even mentioned being surprised by the change. Think it's still worth it if in the area, but not necessarily worth trekking from, say, Caesars or TI.
     
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    Yeah it seemed like a pretty nice restaurant, hopefully they make some good changes. I didn't get to sit outside, will have to try that next time.
     
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