We stayed here one time in May 2005. The rooms are nice and clean and on par with most rooms on the strip. A huge casino with all of my favorite slots. The problem that we had was , the day after we checked in we went up to strip for a few hours. When we came back to our room, we had been robbed. They took both of our tolietry bags which had my wedding rings, make-up, a couple of pieces of jewerly, all of our medications. The strange thing is, they even took my hairspray, and toothbrushes, and hair brushes which were just sitting on the bathroom counter.( Normally, I would never leave jewerly in my room without a safe, but in this case my hands were swollen from out flight and the room didn't have a safe, but I figured they were safer there than in my purse.)
Of course, we immediately called security, which in turn made us feel that we just making it up. He asked us such questions " Are you sure that you had your bags with you?" Grrrrrrrr!! " Are you sure that you didn't leave your bags at home?" etc. I travel enough to know that hotels are not responsible for anything that you leave in your room and all that we asked for is a report so that we could report this to our insurance company when we got home.
It took us 4 days and much pestering to get that report. It was on a hotel form and was never reported to the police, even though they told us it would be.
I do realize that this sort of thing can happen at any hotel you choose in Vegas however, most hotels would offer a toothbrush and toothpaste in this case, however, not the Palace Station.
If you stay here, make sure to rent a car. It is too far to pay for a taxi to the strip. If you are looking for less expensive accomodations, I would suggest The Orleans, or the Gold Coast. They both have shuttle buses to the strip and very reasonable rates. Of the two, I prefer The Orleans.
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- Also Known As:
- Palace Station Hotel Las Vegas
- Palace Station Las Vegas