Discussion in 'Off-Strip Hotels' started by Roginator, Nov 28, 2016.
That cracked me up!
I may stop by next week, have a Tsingtao and play VP.
I am thinking of going there to snap up one of the New Year's Giveaways but I don't know if I can squeeze it in. I think they need to work the food end of it to drive some traffic. I don't think it will close tomorrow though, unless they spent more money building it than I thought.
From what I've read here I think they must have used the Downtown Grand marketing management. Getting the same results also.
I visited the Lucky Dragon. Up/Down(depending on your point of view) by Stratosphere and SLS. Not easy to see because there is no bold, tall architecture to attract you to it.
Bonanza Souvenirs right next door to it. There you go, one stop shopping for your next trip.
I was there in the morning around 9 AM or so. One table game was going, Did not see anyone else gambling. Very small casino.
VIP gambling is on the second floor.
No Sports Book.
Not my cup of tea. Won't go back..
I haven't seen it yet and from the reviews here I'm not sure I'll bother. Hassle parking and small, seems like it's not worth the bother unless you want some Asian eats.
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