Check in was quick and easy. The concierge gave us some discount coupons, maps, an activity sheet, etc. We had requested a room on the top (third) floor with a balcony and view of the famous London Bridge. We’re in room 3050 and, since it’s above the Martini Bay nightclub, they warned us that we might get some music noise on Friday and Saturday night. The condo itself is nice although not as roomy as one might like, a two-bedroom two-bath unit with queen size beds in each. There is a steel spiral staircase in one corner of the living room that leads to an upper balcony. The balcony is private and large with a table, chairs and two chaise lounges. There is an additional smaller balcony connecting the living area and the master bedroom. Unfortunately while we’re here, the temperatures were mostly in the 40s and 50s and we didn’t really have a good opportunity to enjoy the balconies. The condo has two small kitchens, one just inside the entry door with a small microwave, sink with garbage disposal, small two-burner electric cook top, cabinets and a small dishwasher. The other one has the coffee maker, a sink, cabinets and a small, under-the-counter refrigerator. It does make meal preparation interesting in trying to work between the two. Dishes, glasses and utensils provided are the minimum one would expect. The living room area has a nice couch and chair, while the area immediately adjacent to the entry has a dining table with chairs. The main TV in the living room is a modern flat screen variety while the set in the master bedroom is the old CRT type. No TV in the second bedroom. The master bath has a tub/shower combo, while the second bath, directly off the kitchen, has a nice stall shower. Complimentary wi-fi is provided and that’s always nice. The whole place is obviously in need of some updating and the kitchen floor and living room rug are showing their age. Friday night from around 9 pm to almost 1 am we could definitely hear the bass beat from the Martini Bay nightclub. The second night, Saturday, it’s colder outside (I think they kept the patio doors closed) and we could barely hear the noise. The French doors from the bedroom to the balcony did not close tightly and you could feel the cold air around the top and bottom of them. The heating system, however, worked adequately to maintain a comfortable environment. The resort does have a mini-market where you can get the necessities like milk, soft drinks, beer, newspapers, souvenirs, etc. There are however, several markets and drug stores close by for serious shopping. They also have a small fitness center with four pieces of equipment along with some free weights. The resort does provide a few activities like Bingo, mixology classes, scavenger hunt, jewelry creation, walking, etc. The locals also provide guided river tours, ferry across the lake to a small casino, canoe and paddleboard rentals, etc. There is an adjacent river-walk area with lots of shops for the tourists. On Sunday there is a big flea market just north of the resort in easy walking distance and it’s a fun thing to visit. There are plenty of restaurants, many within walking distance, in the area. The on-site restaurant, Martini Bay, has had mixed reviews. Shopping opportunities are abundant with all the usual standards like Home Depot, Wal-mart, Hobby Lobby, Safeway, Walgreens, etc. within easy driving distance. All the London Bridge Resort staff was friendly and accommodating.
Would advise asking for a third floor room with balcony and view of the London Bridge.
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