We just returned from a 3 night stay here. I was very worried after seeing all the reviews that were not that good but decided to go with the *west wing* as a lot of people said it was the most recently remodeled part of the hotel. And I got a $33 a night deal that helped decide. We are hardly in our room-We just wanted it clean with a comfortable bed. Both needs were met.
We were in room 6842 of the West Tower. Extremely CLEAN! Very comfortable king bed. Glad we stayed here. I saw a crew of people cleaning carpets, slot machines, doors and hand rails every morning when I was up early (3 hour time change from Indiana really messed with me!) to find breakfast. Its a very old hotel but its clean.
Yes, its located on the north end of the strip but there is a bus stop right out front. Get a bus pass. 3 days for $20 unlimited rides. Problem solved. MGM is located on the south end. Same difference.
Another advantage is that there is not the volume of foot traffic like in the middle of the strip. Its just not crowded on the ends of the strip. So get on the bus and have it drop you off in the middle of the mayhem and then it will take you back to the calm end of the strip.
There is a rental car place in the lobby that we used. Very friendly employee.
There is also a Half Price Ticket counter inside too. We already had show tickets prior to arriving so we didnt need more so we didnt use this service.
They have a large parking garage with free parking.
If I had to complain about something it would be the people standing in the lobby by the front doors constantly asking you to come to their corner kiosk for *free* things. Of course you have to do the resort time share ordeal. Been there done that. No thanks!! They are VERY persistent. Its really annoying.
Although we went as a couple, there were many families there with kids. The circus acts were a huge hit and there were clowns walking around doing funny things. I personally would not take children to Vegas but if youre going to, this is the place to stay. There is also a McDonalds inside as well as one only a short walk outside.
No, Circus Circus can not compete with the fancy hotels but if you are looking for an extremely reasonably priced CLEAN hotel, stay in the West Tower.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- This iconic hotel on the Las Vegas Strip is close to shopping, the Las Vegas Convention Center and downtown Las Vegas. The newly renovated tower rooms feature pillow-top mattresses, wireless internet, cable TV, hairdryers and in-room safes. Circus Circus features free world-class circus acts nightly, a carnival midway with over 200 games for all ages, and The Adventuredome indoor theme park with 25 rides and attractions including a double-loop rollercoaster. Guests also enjoy slots, table games, a Race and Sports Book and flair bartending at Vince Neil's Restaurant and Bar. Circus Circus has 8 dining outlets serving breakfast, lunch and dinner ranging from quick eats to casual and award-winning dining. Among the choices, the hotel has a buffet, a made-to-order pizzeria and highly acclaimed restaurant- The Steakhouse, voted Top Steakhouse in Las Vegas by Zagat. The Steakhouse is open for dinner nightly serving mesquite grilled steak, prime rib and seafood. Reservations are strongly recommended. ... more less
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