I stayed here in January of 2013 for two nights. The hotel itself is beautiful. Nice casino. Rooms themselves are very modern and extremely comfortable. Everything is electronic and linked to the TV's. Meaning you can adjust air conditioning and close windows with your remote control.
The two negatives. Their black out blinds SUCK. Vegas is a place where you are up all night and sleep all day. The black out blinds don't get a good seal and depending which way your room is facing, the entire room is lit up by 10am. This was extremely uncomfortable for someone who is light sensitive when sleeping.
The second negative. Their showers suck. It's nice there's a tub attached in the bathroom, because if you want a wash you have to use the tub. There's next to no water pressure and the nozzle is the equivalent of standing outside in a light rain. You literally get goosebumps in the shower because there's not enough water to keep your body warm.
I'm amazed such a nice place lacks in such basic areas as blackout lighting and showers. Other than that, everything else was great.
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- Also Known As:
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