Discussion in 'Misc. Vegas Chat' started by LVRaiders, Nov 1, 2019.
I will never stay at Caesars again. I have always hated that place. I can never find the exit.
I won't stay at Planet Hollywood again. My last stay there had a 3:00 am fire alarm into a $500 loss when I decided to gamble since I couldn't fall back asleep. This is my bad luck place.
Venetian/Palazzo. Absolutely no interest.
Probably because they were going for old world decor, but it reminds me of a couple shopping malls and restaurants we had in Orlando late 70s and early 80s. Furniture is same style and colors are similar. But I agree, it's impressive!
I'm going with MGM for places I have stayed at. The walls were so thin I could hear everything in the next room. Went & upgraded to a small queen suite. (It wasn't a true suite - but it had a regular suite on one side so less noise, plus a huge bath area and a sitting area. I just don't want to deal with hearing my neighbors. The long meandering walk through the casino does not appeal to me either. I do know how to access Strip easily via West Wing entry, but I don't want to come back down that drive alone at night.
The old rooms at Stardust, behind the new tower. The casino was great lot of single deck 21 they had chuck a luck ,real nice casino , the sportsbook was great ,
Never say never again, but these 2 are close...
1. Bally's - Really liked the room, but nothing else about the property. Shitty casino, pool, F&B options, awkward sports book
2. MGM Grand - Did NOT like the room, street and hallway noise, and the slow-as-snails elevator. I do however like the casino, pool and most F&B choices. Signature any time again!
For me i would say Luxor just cause of the location and we had a pyramid room also. Might try staying again some time but def get a tower room if we did. These people knocking Excalibur haha. I stay at Excalibur totally free with no resort fees or taxes. Excalibur recently got new carpet in the casino and the rooms are all updated now so no more construction noise. Plus you can get to the casino in under 5 minutes unless your at the end of the hall.
The ones that acted like I was lucky stay there. Ironically, it was a mid-tier hotel. Aria, Bellagio and Cosmo have all treated me amazingly well consistently.
Some love this hotel, which is why I didn't mention a name, but mid-tier mlife. NOT Mandalay Bay. (I love Mamdalay Bay!)
Luxor...Couldn't stand that slow draining shower...
I once stayed at the Bellagio and it was fabulous. Since I will not pay more than about $125 for a hotel room, I don't see that happening again.
Also my aversion to fees and high markups in restaurants etc means I won't be staying anywhere on Las Vegas Blvd for the foreseeable future.
Buffalo Bills, walked into the room in 2010 with my girlfriend to find an opened and cold Mountain Dew on the nightstand and a freshly usd bathroom. Got another room. Why the hell did I stay there in the first place? Couldn't wait until morning and left that night and got a room for just the one night for like $15 bucks.
Oh hell, I guess I'll never say never on any Vegas property (although technically Primm isn't Vegas), even Buffalo fucking Bills!
MGM. Too far to walk to get anywhere. PH - used to stay there a lot but it's gone very downmarket. I love Wynn but I didn't really like Encore, mainly due to the hordes of very drunk people coming out of the nightclubs and throwing up on the Casino floor (really).
Caesars Palace for me.
Another vote for MGM. The room was bland, thin walls and a long walk. The casino is bland too (and massive). Someone once said it felt like playing in an aircraft hangar due to the size of the place.
Bellagio hands down. Feel like I was treated very poorly for the cost of a stay. As a whole I like MGM properties. Maybe I'm not a high end kinda guy
Cant say there are nay I would not stay at again. I sort of like the quirky second floor views of the ac units and such. Maybe its because they always put me on those floors with crappy views. i think its like the party rooms ro something and they dont want me messing up a nice room. Not sure.
Stayed at Binions right before it closed and it was pretty run down but that was understandable. Still had fun. Stayed at fremont and the room was pretty small so didnt really care for that as I like to hang out in the room alot so maybe that would be the one I would pick but only for that reason.
Park MGM. Nothing against the property itself, which I think they did a nice enough job on, strictly talking about the rooms. Small, drab, boring and the thinnest walls in Vegas, hands down.
Treasure Island, We love it then , but can't stand what it is now that it's TI. Also can't stay at Riveria again. Won't stay at the D - too noisy.
Guess I would have to say the Bellagio also...Just don't feel like I belong there..guess I am not ritzy enough....love Caesars , mgm, and mandelay bay
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