There are no directions upon arriving into the hotel/casino. It was incredibly confusing. Once I checked in I decided to upgrade to the Centurium tower. I was told at the frontdesk it was the closest tower and the rooms have been updated and I would need to use my room key to use the elevator. Sounded elite, I was sold. Trying to find the tower was awful especially with carrying all our bags. It took awhile and if that is the closest tower...YIKES. I sometimes needs to use my key for the elevator sometimes it just let us push the button. Once we got the 32nd floor it looked old. There were stains all over the carpet walking towards our room. Once I was into our room it was like I was stuck in the 90's. The bathroom was nice, just odd...it's big enough for 2 people but the design made it impossible for 2 people to use at the same time. We got a king size bed. The bed nor the size of the room was anything but plush. The furniture is old and worn out. There was 0 comfort or feeling of elite. I can't even imagine what the a standard room looks like because I felt like even after the upgrade I was staying in a Super 8. It was a waste of money and time. I feel like it would have been nice 20 years ago. Now it's mediocre at best. Will never stay there again.
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