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Loving this hotel. Has a fridge coffee nice comfy bed roomie closet. Close to downtown. Furniture is adequate bathroom is very clean highly recommend this place. Only downside place does not have a pool and you have to valet parking but it’s free valet. Close...More
The El Cortez is an anachronism best enjoyed by economy travelers seeking a glimpse of the past. It is the only Las Vegas hotel with its original facade. The main building dates from the early 1940s when Benjamin Siegel owned the place before selling it...More
No one cares here. They would rather throw free comps at you then deal with their service breakdown. Employees walk by you without acknowledgement. Front desk staff leans on the counter like they hate their job. Their gossip is more important then guests and they...More
the room was not as clean as it has been in the past trips. the food was great and priced right. the table games are good and are good. outside of casino was dirty. i left my phone there after they charged my creit card...More
I’m a Las Vegas local and seeing the el Cortez cabana suites on my nights out for the past few years I had always wanted to stay there. I loved the 80s Miami look. When a friend came to visit I took it as the...More
the casino area has some air freshener piped in, so there wasn't really a smoke smell, but hubby wasn't too fond of the fragrance of the air freshener, but I was fine with it, so everyone is different. We had a Tower room... More
the casino area has some air freshener piped in, so there wasn't really a smoke smell, but hubby wasn't too fond of the fragrance of the air freshener, but I was fine with it, so everyone is different. We had a Tower room, they were older rooms, but comfortable and we'd definitely stay again, but no smoke smell in the room.