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Ligger på Stripa og var meget ryddig og fint hotell! Lett å finne fram til alt og alle de andre hotellene og showene. Kan virkelig anbefales! Eneste å klage på var vel litt "dårlig" bad. Men nå betalte jeg lite så kan ikke forlange ekstremt mye luksus. Dusj og do var separert som var faktisk ok.
Stort, overveldende, flott og med absolutt alle muligheter for å kunne ha en fantastisk ferie! Man trenger faktisk ikke å forlate plassen, da hotellet nesten er som en liten by.... Over 5.000 rom!
sentralt hotel, lett å komme seg til det meste. Rent og fine rom. De eldste rommene i west wing var bedre enn de ny oppusede. Gode resturanter og bra basseng områder.
En verden av oppplevelser. Noe for en hver smak. Servicene var bra med tanke på et det er så stort hotel. Mangler mini bar eller kjøleskap på rommene. Renhold kunne ha vært bedre. Lå peanuts og småmynter på gulvet fra forrige gjester. Laken hadde stor flek som ikke var gått bort i vask, det burde ha blitt oppdaget.
The price was good. Can't really complain about that. House keeping did a really good job cleaning our room. All the of the staff were very friendly and helpful. Having Hooters wings at arms reach was nice too. The location is good for fairly easy strip access. This place needs renovating badly! I get it's Hooters and they pride themselves on being delightfully tacky. But this wasn't tacky. It is old and, frankly, dingy. Especially next to the renovated tropicana. It's sadly stuck in the 80's. The room had an old big box 27 inch tv. The bed had us begging for our chiropractors and massage therapists. The carpets are vacuumed, but God knows when they were last cleaned. Its annoying that they have no business center. Also if your gonna be Hooters, it's sad when Twin Peaks restaurant up the streetcar greatly outclasses you on what you....umm "Market".
The security staff was rude the casino smells like sewer
Stayed there just one night and didn't gamble there so I can't comment on the casino. Was given room 208 in the Bayview tower. Door to the room doesn't swing open all the way cause it rubs on the uneven floors and it is paper thin cause you can hear conversation from other guests in the hallway. Beds, sink, and toilet were clean but everything else can use an update. The tub, bathroom floor, and carpets especially were gross. The view from the window highlights trash that has accumulated on the roof. Perhaps they can use some of the resort fee to pay someone to do some cleaning up there? BEWARE...Kayak claims the resort fee is $15 but I was charged $25. For an extra $10 I would have stayed at a nicer comparable hotel. I doubt I will stay there again.
Rooms were updated recently. Nice. Comfortable beds.
Food, bartender Charlene, front desk Margaret, great strip view, can't beat value Carpets in rooms need to be updated...stains everywhere, cabinet doors missing, my room and friends room were not turned down first night even though we requested it....and we had left rooms before noon
What you'd expect when staying at a Hooters, not exceptional but also not awful. Maid service does a good job, though there's only so many times you can vaccuum a carpet before you need to replace it, similar issues with grouting in the bathroom. No leftover hairs from previous guests, didn't feel a need to use my own sheets. Couldn't open the shades on the window because people would have been able to see in from the parking lot, windows did not lock. Additionally, one of the lights decorating the outside of the building was placed directly in front of the room, meaning opening the shades filled the room with red light, an experience not uncommon at hotels in Vegas. Room has a small table and chairs in it as well as a dresser with 3 large drawers in it. Asked for a robe and was told "we don't do that." The only really uncomfortable part of my stay was walking through the smokey casino every time I wanted to get to my room. There is no way around it, unfortunately. Also, Hooters as well as all other hotels on the strip charges a "resort fee" though unlike some of the other hotels on the strip, Hooters did not seem to offer any more amenities to make the resort fee plausible. Clientele is primarily middle aged single men or young people staying there because it's the cheapest option on the strip. If I was to do it over, I'd pay the $10 a night and stay at Excalibur.
The cleaning staff was very nice and the room we stayed in was freshly painted. The plumbing was very bad. The shower water would not stay at the same temp it would turn very hot then really cold every time. Plus the shower head was places below my nose level and I am 5ft 2". It was very disappointing that the sink had scratches and stains in it and the dj from the pool would blast the music so loud the windows vibrated. I picked hooters because it had good reviews but I was disappointed. The casino spelled like sewage because outside the hotel they must of had a back up problem and the hotel had the doors open to the pool area. Sadly we did not spend much time at the hotel for these reasons.
Nothing A receptionist woman was so rude. She talked like we don't have money while we asked for higher floor (20$ dollar plus) She talked like yelling to someone she doesn't like. If she doesn't like service job she should quit! I was in Vegas so many time and I ve never think to stay this hotel before! We had an emergency to stay this hotel only a night! 5 hours and I would like to stay higher floors in every hotel. When I asked for higher no hotel say you have to pay extra for higher!!!!! So bad experiences. First time and last time. Waste money!
24 hour great food options and service. The service at Hooters restaurant was great! Decent for it's weekend purpose which was a bachelor party Very old and outdated facad and decor, in room tv options and quality was less than mediocre. Bad first impression upon arrival
Proximity with the strip and other casino places A/C was loud and a bit noisy
Loved the gaming, food was very good, staff was great! Some limited staff in restaurant, eliminated that due to long wait on a Tuesday!!
The room set up. Once turning out the light to the bathroom, the room is dark. Trying to feel my way to the bed, there' a cubby set up. Dangerous for those who have been drinking and watch out, that space you feel is not the bed and be careful not to end up banging your forehead on the wall. If you do what I did, you're in the ER and not back to your hotel for at least 4 hours.
I liked that the hotel was close to the strip, also a near by restaurant called CoCos was really delicious it smelled like sewage in the room
Cheap and location Room was tiny bed was tiny
My girlfriend and I stayed for a week for a convention. We chose Howard Johnson because it was about 1/4 the cost of a normal casino/hotel on the strip, and all we needed was just a bed, a shower, a place to put our luggage, and for it to be clean. Howard Johnson met those requirements. There are no gambling machines either. This is a pure hotel, which I thought was a nice touch for Vegas. There is no breakfast. The rooms are small. The road you take to get to it doesn't register on GPS - instead it will tell you to take a different road but the hotel is blocked by a fence so you can't actually use that road, and the only entrance comes from a one-way street... If you take Uber/Lyft, make sure you call your driver to tell them where you are staying otherwise they will probably just follow the GPS and get lost. Other than that, this is a very cheap, clean, no-frills, clean hotel. You get what you pay for, but it will save you a ton compared to the major hotels if you stay for more than a few days.
The staff were helpful and the local restaurant was friendly with good service and tasty food,
Price and location. Helicopters and airplanes heard throughout the day and night. Construction close by and heavy traffic to airport. Double beds only. Beds need upgrading, maintenance and cleanliness can improve.
The room was a good value. The pool area was well maintained. The area around the hotel is ope nto thru traffic which was a little unsettling. The carpets were worn and dirty. The room didn't have any trash cans. Maintenence doesn't appear to be a priority.
blow dryer, coffer maker, y fi small room, bathroom really small
It's right off the strip and the staff was nice The room was small,the bathroom had barely any room to move around sheets had holes and the back exit to the street was blocked off so if you need to get to the back street you had to go around
The price. Clean room. Thin walls.
I didn't like that when walking to our room, by the stairs it was a strong smell of urine and that the A/C didn't work very well.
Clean and close to everything, the strip, MGM, bars, etc
Stayed here for a conference at the Tropicana. The proximity and price were good; other than that, it was pretty average. There was a lot of noise outside one night. I never called the office, and it kept up for some time, so I have to wonder what the security guard I saw earlier was doing right then.
Location was great Cockroaches in room Room needs renovation Shower ran cold water
Poor customer service
Pre paid stay an they we're fully booked fit understand why they will let you pre pay your stay an be fully booked! Couldn't get a room!
It's walking distance from the strip great place to stay if you only want a place to sleep and recover from partying My room was separated but my another door and I could clearly hear the people next door as they could hear me. Rooms are crowded if you get a double bed, once you open the door to are paractically on top of a bed. No fridge, no microwave. AC needs to constently be on or else the rooms smell. Bathrooms are old and nasty they need repairs. Some electrical sockets don't work.
Pre-booked price was somewhat reasonable.(possibly too much) Staff was freindly and helpful during the days, (tattooed escaped convict looking guy at check-in was not pleasant at all though). -Shower alternated between blistering hot to ice cold. -A/C barely kept room below sweltering. -Not even a bed cover, just 2 sheets w/ a thin blanket between. -Complimentary coffee at Reg. office only. Enough to fill about 4 or 5 of the tiny styrofoam cups they provide. -No place to prepare or sit to enjoy your coffee either. -Got there a day early, and was charged nearly double the online pre-booked price for the extra night.
Even though older hotel and furniture clean room. The bathtub was cleaned spotless. Suggest to roach spray the laundry room. I went to get ice and seen one running on washer.
Rooms were clean and comfortable. Outside perimeter could use so attention.
Decent location for the price. Room was clean Staff was very rude. Beds are very small and uncomfortable. No hair dryers in rooms.
The ease to RTC public transportation to the Strip was totally necessary as the escalators on ALL four sides of the intersection of SLV & Tropicana Blvds were closed for refurbishment and these old knees can't handle 4 or more flights of stairs. Especially on hot afternoons. Otherwise it's usually an easy 10 minute walk west to the Strip. Took the 119 south from the other side of Motel 6 to Mandalay Bay to start my day there. Staff and housekeeping were pleasant and friendly, and they did their best with this old, but convenient property. Also easy access to McCarren Airport, a 5-minute Uber ride to the departure gate. Only reason to stay here is easy access to Strip on foot or by bus. If you wish to be pampered stay at any of the MGM properties on the Strip. Another plus is Coco's Bakery Cafe in from of ABVI. They're open 24/7 and the food is reasonably priced and good. Since I only paid $35/night without any additional resort fee add-ons, I wasn't expecting much in the way of amenities. This place is absolutely free of any luxuries, expect hostel-like bare minimum furnishings, i.e., a bed and some fresh linens, that's it. The WiFi was never available on my side of the building (facing the airport). Airport noise could not be heard over the old noisy A/C unit, the only good thing about the A/C as it was never truly cold enough to cool the room. Since I had to leave early for a 6am flight out of Las Vegas, you would think hot water for shower would be plentiful at 4am. Nope! I let the water run for 15 minutes and still no hot water. Even at a hostel you'd get hot water and a decent amount of water pressure. So if you stay here, hope you don't mind cold showers from time to time. As a side note, after midnight and during the overnight hours, the streetwalkers seem to move off Las Vegas Blvd and onto Tropicana. Generally the property seems safe enough if you keep aware of your surroundings but otherwise could feel unsafe and unclean. But since I paid hostel prices to stay off-strip for two nights it was acceptable compromise.
The only good thing about this place is the location. Really close to the MGM grand hotel ( walking distance) A/C never worked properly, the tv is an old box and remote control never worked. The whole room is outdated ... Room is very small. The light in the restroom stop working.
Close to the strip. If you get in late at night, the guy in the front desk will say your card is getting declined for the $50 deposit so you need to leave a $100 deposit cash.
Nothing Everything. Upon arrival receptionist inform me that there was no room for me and to contact the company i booked it thru cause it wasn't their problem. The lobby smells bad and hotel looks really scary. You see lots of drunks with protitutes in and out, doesn't feel or seem safe to stay there especially with children, and it wrecks!!!