The exterior of the hotel was in the process of being painted when we stayed - but it's the interior that could really do with some love. The reception is home to a broken piano organ, covered in dirty crockery, bottles and glasses. The first room we had suffered from a broken AC unit and a leaking toilet. The second room was better, but at dusk we had an invasion of tiny flies from all corners of the room.
This would all have been bearable, particularly at the relatively low price for the area. However, what really makes this place awful is the nightclub on the ground floor. We stayed on the third floor and the sound and vibrations of loud dance music (the sort that was popular in low rent European resorts about 5 years ago) kept us up until 3am when everything shut down.
Properly sound insulated and constructed hotels in Las Vegas aside, I don't know why anyone would try and combine a nightclub and hotel. Especially when the hotel isn't that great in the first place.More
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