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This is a great casino if you are on a tighter budget. It is a little bit of a drive from the strip and is more in the downtown area. They have $5 blackjack tables and low limits to every casino game. It is also...More
We stopped in to see if the slots would pay out easier. I can't say it did for us. Lots of older people at this hotel. It has a old Vegas vibe with older machines and was a nice change from the loud craziness of...More
I have stayed at the El Cortez several times. Usually my wife and I stay in the Cabana Suites, but this time I was with my son and needed a double so we stayed in the Tower. The room was clean with a vintage feel....More
I'm a local and My husband and I went to dinner at Siegel's. Every person we met from valet, to live music, hostess and server was awesome. They genuinely wanted us to have a great experience. I haven't felt hospitality anywhere else in Vegas like...More
I've been in plenty of rooms that have been labeled "Handicap Accessible" and they most certainly were NOT! But this hotel has got it down! My Mom's room was generously sized and it was very easy for her to maneuver in her wheelchair. The motorized...More
$39 - $235 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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#6 Best Value Hotel in Las Vegas
#49 Casino Hotel in Las Vegas
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Well if your "play" in the casino logs enough hours, you can get the hotel bill waived, including the resort fee. Remember roulette during the day at this place is $0.25 minimums, and they offer $3 min on Craps during the... More
Well if your "play" in the casino logs enough hours, you can get the hotel bill waived, including the resort fee. Remember roulette during the day at this place is $0.25 minimums, and they offer $3 min on Craps during the week as well. Even on the weekends you can find $5 BJ and Craps. It's not how much you lose. Like any casino, comps are based on a formula that accounts for your average bet x the amount of time you stay at the tables. If you don't play much then sure you'll get charged the resort fee. Good luck!