If it wasn't for the show being in the hotel national with all the mafia history I would've been disappointed. The show is a lot of dancing and singing which you can't understand if you don't speak Spanish. You're cramped on to tables with other people and there is no opportunity to buy drinks once you're in the cabaret room. However I wanted to see the tropicana or this one and glad we chose this because it was indoors and not as expensive. The hotel national was great though and we saw they offered tours each day and so returned the following day for a free tour which turned out to be one of the highlights of our trip.
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