We stayed here for almost a week while hubby was teaching a class in Las Vegas. First the regular rooms are very large, (550 sq ft.), very clean, have great views of the golf course. No issue with the rooms at all. The hotel registration staff was very friendly and courteous as were all the waitstaff in all of the restaurants we ate in.
Now for the food in the restaurants: Oyster Bar: Sushi was pretty blah, not much flavor but rolled ok. Go to a dedicated sushi restaurant if you want real sushi. Green side salad contained "old" lettuce, a few thin carrots, one slide of tomato. Whole salad was wilted and pretty bad. Could not eat it. Husbands seafood pasta was fairly good. St.Tropez buffet: As buffets go in LV we would rate it a 5 out of 10. Some food was dropped into others from sloppy guests. Staff was not really on top of the messes.
Sienna Cafe: Probably the worst Eggs Benedict and hash browns we have ever had. Hollandaise sauce tasted like lemon sugar frosting and hash browns were burned and had the consistency of rubber. Coasta Cantina: This was our best bet. Food was tasty and reasonably fresh. Bagel Deli: regular deli fare but lots of food for your money.
The Casino: We have been to numerous hotel/casinos over the years but this by far has to be the smokiest, most dirty air of them all. Even when there did not seem to many smokers around the air would make you choke, and cause your eyes to burn. We realize this is a casino atmosphere and smoke is to expected, but not to the point of making people feel sick. As much as we love this hotel with its friendly staff, the smoke issue may be a deal breaker for us and our friends in the future. Would like to see the restaurants, I.e. Cafe Sienna, Oyster Bar try to put fresh, unburned higher quality food out. We ended up started to eat off property later in the week.