Not a great place for dinner. Prime rib is decent and they have snow crabs both hot & cold and that is the extent of the good stuff. Everything else is average to poor. Desserts are a disaster. They need a new chef to oversee that area. I did have breakfast here not too long ago and it was very decent, a good value. Have the breakfast, avoid the dinner.
Hasn't changed much over the years. Slightly above average food, with well above average prices, in a secluded area that's never at capacity. If you want to be seated immediately and avoid the Vegas bustle, you could do worse.
I enjoy every aspect of this property. The rooms are good, the buffet is good, other restaurants are good and the casino has an elegant if not electric vibe. The only downside to the property is the fact it is several blocks from center strip.
It isn't the Wynn buffet, but I've eaten here several times and find it to be pretty enjoyable.
We make sure to go here every time we are in Vegas. Was just there in October and the food was great as usual and very good service.
Great hotel-they could use a simple restaraunt or cafe to grab a quick burger/sand which. The only complaint is the sports book is terrible! The flow is terrible to get a bet in. There are 5-6 people standing around while 2 are taking sports bets and sending you to the outside counter. Very bad flow. AND NO DRINKS! casino is great dealers are awesome wait service on casino floor is incredible.
So glad there's finally a White Castle west of the Mississippi. When in Las Vegas, we eat lunch there most days. Absolutely delicious.
Excellent service in spite of being busy. I asked about the Sunday Gravy the waiter said "Trust me it'll be one the best meals you'll ever have ." Boy was he right. It's very rich red gravy with three types of meat.
Add a Lobster tail pastry for desert. Perfect diner.
The absolute best meal I had in the five days I was in Vegas. Both the food and service is great. This restaurant should be on everyone's list a place to make sure not to miss!
We had eaten here a few years ago for a late lunch and loved it but this was terrible. 15 minutes from sitting down to the first slice of meat. The waiter asked what temperature we wanted our beef but we never saw any medium rare only medium well to well done. Only one refill on tea. Water bottle ran dry. We took what ever came because we were hungry.
While we were looking for the waiter, I could see half the restaurant and no one , I mean no one, had food on their plate. Not one fork moved to a mouth for ten minutes.
After an hour we left hungry. No tip. We always tip.
A must see. Jaw dropping from the beginning of show. The vertical fight is back. I teach theatre for a living and this has everything. I've seen "O" and "LOVE" this takes one step above. Check the MGM website for deals. We got our second ticket for $10. Not a typo. $10.
Just got off the phone with Melissa Carpi at the Wynn hotel .
She was wonderful helping me plan my parents stay surrounding their 52nd anniversary.
She had many ideas for celebratory food & drink for the room, and at least a dozen on & off the property entertainment options during their stay.
She must have spent a 1/2 hr. on the phone with me and another 1/2 hr. after that putting
all of the options with her contact info. in a
very well presented e-mail.
If you're going to stay at the Wynn in Las Vegas talk to Melissa Carpi, she knows whats what about the strip and down town.
I'm excited to hear about my parents stay at the Wynn, I'm sure it's going to be top notch.
My wife and I enjoyed the location and burgers even though the meal got off to a bad start. We ate outside near the Venetian "canal" and asked the hostess if we could have one of the three or four empty tables near the railing overlooking the canal. She said No, they were not available. During the course of the meal, she proceeded to seat various couples who walked in at those tables.
Other than that, our waitress was friendly and helpful, the burgers were tasty and the onion rings were above average. They have a very large selection of draft beers, which are likewise good. Two burgers, one order of fries, and two craft beers cost $50. If the weather is pleasant, definitely take an outside table, but don't expect to get one you request.
Had low expectations after hearing how small the rooms were but was pleasantly surprised when put on the 2nd floor in the world tower. Comfy bed, huge tv, nice bathroom and cool design. Enjoyed the craps dealers and some decent vp options for a strip property. It's pretty far away but monorail is a bonus. Didn't dine here so I need to come back. Enjoy the comfortable atmosphere in the casino.
Been here 3 times and it seems like quality declining. Beer is pricey. Get your za elsewhere
It's too pricey. I've eaten it 3 times, including 2 weeks ago because my wife likes it, but it's too many dollars for what I would consider a slightly above average Vegas buffet. Selection for lunch is just ok. I think you're paying for the name and could do better elsewhere.
Food was ok. Portion on the nachos was huge, but there's too much of that processed (like) cheese on there and it dominates the plate, even though there's real cheese too. Tacos were kind of tasteless. No onion, no peppers, just a lot of meat. Maybe I didn't order them correctly. All in all, a good location, nice ambience, decent service and ok food. Would give it one more try.
This is a perfect hotel, so long as you are not expecting all the amenities of a strip property. I stayed in an impeccably clean, nicely furnished remodeled room. The bathroom was remodeled as well. Tons of water pressure in the shower. No noise from Freemont Street below.
I was warned that elevator service was slow, but they just added new elevator shafts, so it was speedy even though the hotel was fully booked.
There is a small fitness center, but not a full scale gym.
The casino is incredibly friendly. There is a pretty good coffee shop. I did not try the steakhouse so I can't comment on that.
As always awesome variety for a small budget.
Had a really good stay here at The Flamingo. This was my go to property back in the Mid 90's and I hadn't stayed there since this last weekend. I really loved the GO rooms, clean, modern and comfortable. Hallways clean and free of trash and the Casino floor was hopping, lots of action! The only thing The Flamingo needs to improve are those elevators. Fix those and you've got yourself a really nice resort.
Was not overly impressed. Had the Bangers and Mash and found it ok, though certainly not worth what we paid. We shared a Sticky Toffee Pudding which was outstanding. I'd suggest you stop in for a drink and order, or share, a dessert. The meals are overpriced (wife had a Shepherd's Pie, which was good but, again, overpriced), but the service was good and it's a decent place to watch a game.
Visited Heritage Steak with two buddies after watching football games. This place has energy as it is just off the main walkway through Mirage, under the glass dome. The steaks were amazing and the service was perfect. Our server was friendly, fun and our drinks were never empty. Each of us ordered different steaks and tried each of them. I ordered the 10oz Filet, and my friends ordered a 18oz Bone-In-Ribeye and a 28 day aged 32oz Bone-In-Ribeye. They were all amazing. The 28 day aged Ribeye had possibly the most amazing flavor of any steak I have had. The meal and experience were worth every penny. Heritage Steak has now become a place that I will likely try to eat a meal at each time I visit Las Vegas.
Delicious. We had the American burger and Chicken burger and split the onion rings. All great! The buns are perfect. Nice atmosphere and reasonably priced.
Looks like a cool place but the food was terrible. My enchiladas arrived cold so I sent them back to be reheated and they end up sending out a new plate. Husband got fajitas and the steak had no taste. The chicken in my enchiladas also had no seasoning or taste. Used Total Rewards points and they did not tell us that Chayo charges double TR points so that was a surprise when we checked our account. Waiter was nice but made no compensation on the bill when we complained about the food. I took 3/4 of mine with me in a carry out box and ended up throwing it out. Very disappointing.
This was our first time here at ToW. That being said, the view was what saved this place from getting a lower rating. The price certainly does not match the quality of the food served. Servers were attentive and nice though. There are many other places nearby that offer much better quality food for equal or less price. Bottom line, we enjoyed the experience but not so much the food and will not make it a place we will return to.
Excellent service and food every time
I really don't understand why people love this place. To me it is just full - very generic and with nothing to pull you in.
Yes, the rooms feel modern and my toilet had some very techno features(!), but the views aren't great, the corridors are long-ass and the hallways are looking very beaten up.
The pools are dull, there are no standout bars and the walk to the strip is just a joke.
Nothing to tear me away from Wynn or Cosmo in future.
Not previously been into the club scene, but as long as you ignore the obscene cost of table service, this place is batshit awesome. The setting, the girls, the service, the drinks, the music, all amazing.
Best Vegas night out in years!
A very delicious meal. My wife and I dined at Portofino with a MyVegas buy one get one reward, but we would pay full price to return here. The Osso Bucco was delicious and the service great. The manager, Chris Zadie, came to our table to help us select our wine and told us how the Fig salad was discovered and developed by a chef he hired. The meal was very romantic and the wine as delicious as our meal. We will dine here again.
My 4th Cirque show to see, after Ka, Zummanity & Love. This is a decent show, but very disjointed, some really good acts, but interspaced with 'filler' that detracts from the flow. This may have been a very good show before it was 'redone' because it was 'too' dark, now it is just a bunch of parts with no flow. A MC, like Absinthe has, would really help this show. The first Cirque show that had me looking at my watch.....I would not recommend this show unless you can see it for free or at a really reduced price. I saw Zarkana with free tickets, I barely feel it was worth my time, my wife actually did fall asleep during the show......
Never heard anything about this place, but another member of our group chose it for our nice group dinner in April and I was thoroughly impressed. We got stone crab claws as an appetizer and, having never had stone crab, I didn't expect anything much different from any other crab, but it absolutely exceeded expectations. First of all, the claws were huge as tasted fantastic, but what really stood out was the mustard-based (I think) sauce that was served with them. My filet as a main course was great as far as I remember, but I was buzzing pretty hard on some great wine by then. That part is definitely fuzzy, but the stone crab is crystal clear. I will be back at least for the crab and probably for the steak as well. Tab broke down to $150 a person, but several bottles of wine contributed a lot to that. Definitely as worthy of your time and dollar as any other $50-$100 per person restaurant on the Strip.
I recently had my first experience playing video poker at Cosmo, and it was amazing. I was here on Labor Day around 3pm, and there were plenty of seats (the party pit was not in action yet). I sat down to play, and over the course of the next hour or so a few super classy bartenders made me several super classy cocktails. The 6/5 Bonus Poker pay table was worth the quality of service and atmosphere.
They even have a coffee table with video poker next to the bar (which allowed my girlfriend to study while I was playing and drinking).
A great experience, and I expect to find myself at Cosmo more in the future (instead of just for Secret Pizza).
If you are in the mood for some pizza then this is the place. Look no further. It's the best pizza I have ever had in my life.
Good service and pricey food that focuses more on presentation than taste. Quite a wine selection.
Lounge opens up to the casino and is relaxing, not quiet but not too noisy.
Not recommended. Average food at best with small portions even as described as being single servings. One plate had to be sent back and the replacement seemed to take longer than it should have. Should have been better for the price and not up to expectations for being in the Cosmo. Service was fine.
This was very close to a five star event. I was concerned because i felt this place was slipping a bit and because we had 10 people in our party. While we did not order any Wagyu beef, we all had steak. I had the filet with blue cheese topping. It was awesome: Perfectly prepared with the exact amount of blue cheese with a very consistent melt. I left it short of 5 stars since I felt the sides were a little small for the price. Service was great and any issues were handled effectively.
It took a while to gain entrance into this place due to underage hip hop chumps and wannabes, since they love loitering as a way of life. The food ended up not tasting great and within a couple hours on came the bubble guts and diarrhea. If you would have given me a canvas I would have created a work of art splattered like no paint you have ever seen. Never again will I be dining here, unless I end up buying a canvas.
One word: Melting. America of course is known as the worlds melting pot. Our great nation is blessed with cultures from across the globe, but perhaps none closer than Mexican. So it was one such afternoon I found myself craving both lunch and culture, and Señor Frogs at TI seemed like a natural fit. I ordered the steak quesadila. It came stuffed with melting (theres that word again!) cheese and steak. The cheese was melting and smooth, and the steak was cut thicker than the cock on a fucking Tijuana donkey. I also had a Corona lite. I don't remember what the bill was, but the food was good and it felt nice to get away from the constant "America" of the strip for awhile. Four stars for the shitty mexican music though.
Good place for us late nighters. Good selection of menu items and priced ok.
Good selection of beers on tap and an excellent menu makes this place a bit more than your average pub but the bar staff make you feel right at home. Cob salad can't be beat. Highly recommend.
A great place to visit. Got the buy one get one from MyVegas. The big cats were not very active but the dolphin experience was great.
Not sure why everyone raves about this place. It's ok but definitely not a must have destination.
Great value. Huge portions and excellent quality. Wait staff very friendly.
Food was good, but expensive. Did not seem to have the huge portions I associate with CJs in the suburbs.
Food was really good. Prime Rib Dip sandwich was tender and easy to bite into, like real prime rib and not the tough roast meat I often get at similar places in similar hotels (Paris Coffee Shop, to name one.)
Too bad the service was in attendant. Once you get your food, that's it until the bill comes.
Simple. Delicious. Perfect. Some people believe the egg is the foundation of life. All I know that it is the foundation of a perfect Las Vegas breakfast. So when I was seeking a restaurant for breakfast on my first morning in Las Vegas, I needed a place that could satisfy my desire for a plate full of eggs and more. After looking at several possible worthwhile options, I settled on Hash House a Go Go at The Linq. I ordered a signature farm scramble with bacon, avocado, onion, and swiss cheese. The eggs were expertly scrambled with the other farm fresh ingredients, so it makes sense that they call it a scramble. Philosophers have long questioned what came first, the chicken or the egg. I don’t know the answer, but I almost came when I saw the gigantic plate of food the waiter set down in front of me. People often say the portions at Hash House are too big, but I say if you can’t handle it put on a skirt to cover your pussy and go to a restaurant that only serves women instead. I’m a real man so I ate every bite. I give Hash House a Go Go four stars. I diducted a star because they were out of Red Bull.
We have stayed at Caesars Palace on numerous occasions and have always had a wonderful time. The rooms in the Augustus tower are beautiful and spacious and every staff member we've had contact with were professional and pleasant. Of course, if you are the type of person who gets totally freaked out if you hear a beep while at the buffet when nobody else is panicking then you probably always find fault with things. I would have no problem highly recommending Caesars Palace to my family and friends.
I only stayed here for a night. The space was pretty open and you can easily walk to other hotels from the inside. I love the theme of this hotel and the soap bar was a pyramid. The room itself was clean and I was impressed with the size of the bathtub which is separate from the shower. Wifi is also good here. I do agree that the rooms do need a coffee machine though. I would stay here again.
The best show I've ever seen absolutely breathtaking, worth every penny. DO IT!
I loved the Luxor. Great location, friendly staff fantastic rooms. Stayed in the east tower which was convenient.
Saw the bodies and titanic exhibitions, enjoyed the titanic one more. Very handy location to get to Mandalay bay.
Fear not KGB lovers, a new top burger place has been discovered in Vegas. I had the chili cheese fries with a jalapeño bacon/pepper jack cheese burger with a fried egg. I found it difficult to find room in my tummy for all the yummy. I was also well lubricanted so I will definitely try it again. To be continued...
I've stayed at PH three times now. The first time I wasn't too impressed as the room sucked. I gave it another try on my next trip and very much improved stay. The third trip again I had a real nice time.
I love that most things are within walking distance from PH. The night life in the casino is sexy. You'll see a fair number of lovely ladies walking around. The hotel band at PH bar in the casino is fun to stop at during the night to grab a drink and listen to the live band. I'm heading back to PH a fourth time in August 2015.
I've seen this show three times, and happy with it each time. Rock n' Roll at its best. A must show to see if you love music!
Went to the coffee shop for breakfast. You have to ask for the 6.99 steak and eggs special. Two eggs, about a 6oz strip steak, breakfast potatoes, (not hash browns), toast, and coffee. While the steak had a couple spots of grizzle, the food was ok considering the price. Great, great coffee and service. Real old school atmosphere with friendly wait staff. If you take a cab, the cabbie will compliment you on your selection of this as a breakfast spot as it's very popular amongst drivers. After a relaxing breakfast I played some VP with favorable odds. If no cab, it's also an easy walk in the morning from the Flamingo.
The best sandwich in the world.
Nice property, good limits, about what I expected. Too many kids.
The best property Downtown. Makes visiting Fremont a must every trip.
I didn't actually eat in the restaurant. Just past the main entrance they have to go area. It has two tables if just want to grab a quick bite. I opted for the chicken tacos. They were very good.and average price. Under $10.00 for 2 very large street style tacos. Fresh sliced avocado was awesome.i also grabbed a cream cheese Danish for breakfast one morning and Starbucks was way to busy.
Pretty much what you'd expect from a spa at Bally's. Clean but a little old of a facility. Nice people. Reasonable prices.
Solid updated room in the Jubilee Tower. Refurb is nice, room is large.
Very tasty, solid American fare. Nice menu, not huge. Some good cocktail options.
Went for the 3rd time on May 12. The show has changed and updated since I first saw it at Luxor in 2001. It's still a good time overall. Be forewarned: if your idea of hilarity is profanity laced or anything that doesn't involve any thought, you'll be bored. The young lady next to me was so bored she kept repeating "this isn't funny" out loud and eventually she bolted for the lobby, never to return. There's a bit that they've done forever about sewer systems and how when sewage backs up into your home it's "interactive" that apparently no one thinks is amusing but me. Vegas crowds can be.... Dense. It's a shame.
Nice place and great value. Very easy walk to Bellagio, Aria, and Cosmo. Only reason it's not 4 chips is because of constant problems with room keys not working. To their credit, they did upgrade my final night, but I think they could have gone an extra mile for as many trips to the desk as I made in four days. Overall, I'd recommend it to anyone that wants a nice room at a reasonable price and I'd stay there again if that's where my group wanted to stay, but I probably won't go out of my way to stay there again with so many other options I haven't explored.
Went for the steak and crab - which were great - and came back blown away by the pie. Giant portions of peanut butter and banana cream were so dam good that I would return just for dessert. Seriously, don't forget dessert here. You won't be sorry.
Ate here last week and it was great. Portions were huge, service was first class and I honestly can't think of one negative thing to say. Perhaps it's a bit pricey, but you get what you pay for and we felt that the price was fine when considering the meal and service.
Stayed here for the third time last week. It remains the same - a solid, unspectacular choice smack dab between Aria and NY NY. It's easy access to both of these properties makes it a hit with me, and new restaurants and dining options outside make this an increasingly interesting location. With the new arena being built right behind it, expect prices here to rise and availability to drop. Regardless, we will be back.
I highly rate this bar But the menu has drastically changed and the newer bartenders do not seem to be up to par as far as there customer service goes. They seemed short handed where I was sitting at bar. Fodd was always fabulous but pizza was too floppy as I picked it up.
Horrible. Not worth the money at all. You are not analyzing evidence, you are on a computer doing a matching game. You don't even collect evidence or it doesn't even matter if you miss any because everything is found for you. They say 45 min-60min....try 10 min. Don't waste your time and money on this over priced trap.
Very friendly service. I had the noodle sou
East Coast In-N-Out you tell me. Well, you certainly are up there. Great burgers with great buns and fresh vegetables. Love the shack sauce. Fries are super crispy and the cheese sauce is excellent. If you want a great burger or hot dog at an great price with it. Get to Shake Shack soon.
Great drinks, outside seating, good. Food worth trying.
Drinks expensive for the strip. Location good. Shows sport.
When in the USA you have to visit here! To go to this one is even better because if you are here you are in Vegas!!
Some of the best ramen I ever had and at not too crazy of a price. The steamed buns are also very delicious and out of the chicken, pork, and cod offerings, the cod surprised me as the one I enjoyed the most. If you like both gin and sake, try their "Roadsoda". It is like a Tom Collins with sake. So surprisingly good I ordered a second one.
Small filet with peppercorn sauce and the perfect crust on the steak. Best steak in the Caesars world Vegas !
May tag blu burger and parm truffle fries. Does not get better. !
Dined at the bar Sylvia mixologist supreme. She made up a cocktail to match up with Escargot . Then a dry French Rose with Mussels. Desert was Creme Brûlée with another fantastic drink - Expresso Martini. Will defiantly return in June next trip.
Not a very large facility, but it was very clean and well attended. They have 2 identical warm tubs, which is a shame. If the management is reading this, please consider converting one into a cold plunge. If you're staying at the M, it's worth a visit at only $15. And your only option really, as the strip hotel spas are 20 mins away. This would be a 3.5 stars if I could, but I rounded up to 4.
Not a very large facility considering the size of the resort, but it was very clean and well attended. The fact that it's free/ unlimited access for hotel guests (included in the resort fee) scored it a 4. If you're staying at GVR, it's well worth a visit. And your only option really, as the strip hotel spas are 20 mins away.
Formerly the Oasis Spa at Luxor, Nurture was a much needed facelift on the old, run down spa. It's on the small side, but not annoying so. The pools are very small, but have a very pleasant design. They got bonus points for even having 3 different temperatures, rather than just one like must hotel spas. If you're staying at the Luxor, it's totally worth the $15.
Very nice, spacious facility, which is a good thing considering how isolated South Point is from the rest of the hotels. The single person cascading showers were unique, never seen them in any other spa. If you're staying at the hotel, no need to venture north to the strip to get a quality spa getaway.
Standard hotel spa, and the only one downtown on Fremont Street. By standard, I mean to say it's very small and cramped, but very clean and nicely designed, despite its size. The jacuzzi tub was very small, more than 2-3 guys and it would be cramped. But the jets are really nice/powerful. If you're staying down town, and need some time to escape and soak, the Spa at the 'nug should do the job.
have to say I was pleasantly surprised at how nice a facility it is, considering the property it's located in. Everything was clean, descent sized, and nicely kept. The stand out here is the 5 uniquely scented shower product sets. I've never seen that before, and it was a nice touch.
Awesome! I'd been wanting to try this place for while. After I left a party at Caesars last Friday night, I walked over to Ballys to catch the Monorail back to MGM. I saw the adverts for Sea & noticed it had late night hours. I had the crab rangoon appetizer & a hot bowl of pho. Sublime. Can't wait to go back; all was delicious & service was prompt and very friendly.
Can't say enough about this fantastic hotel. From the moment my cab drove up through the security gates to the time I left, all was simply remarkable. It honestly feels more like an upscale apartment building than a hotel. Granted, it's maybe a five minute walk to the MGM Grand (end of walk ends near MGM pool), but there are moving sidewalks throughout much of it. There are security checks at the walkway's entrance from the MGM and at the elevators as well. I was there to cover the Mayweather/Pacquiao as a member of the media & unlike every other hotel.....the wait for the elevator was but a few seconds at all times. There's a nice deli there, too. Lastly...quiet, quiet, quiet. I'll definitely go back.
Repetitive, uninspiring, joyless, don't waste your time, in five minutes you've seen it all.
The food was ok. Nothing fancy. Arrived at the end of lunch and into the beginning of dinner. No real change between the two times. Price is ok for the food
We had a perfect dining experience here. Everything...service, food, atmosphere. I don't know how it gets better, regardless of price. Beef Wellington, filet, fingerling potatoes, all excellent. Cannot say anything else, just perfect.
Skip it if you can. We cashed in a my Vegas reward and regretted it.
It was fine as buffet goes, but all the cut meat was tasteless and tough. Limited dinner selection.
We never met our assigned waitress, which made for an awkward decision when deciding what to leave for a tip.
As it stands now, my wife and I have decided to skip buffets from now on thanks to this experience.
This was our first Vegas meal after on our latest trip. We had no expectations going in, we were just staying nearby and it caught our eye. Wow, were we blown away! There were 2 of us, We had a few appetizers and each ordered an entree and a few drinks. We were seated on the roof, which is a great space! We will definitely return here, there were many things on the menu I still want to try.
Excellent selection, excellent service, and great beer selection, cannot wait to return
Loved it here! We came in for a late lunch on a Tuesday and had excellent service from the bartender out on the patio bar. Between the two of us, we ordered 3 "small plates" which was more than enough food. We also ordered 3 of their signature cocktails between us and each was very well done and affordable. We had a minor complaint about one of the dishes, which was really not a big deal, but they really went out of their way to make it right for us.
The attitude of everyone here was awesome! Just the kind of place we enjoy. We will definitely be back any time we have the chance.
Used our M-Life points from the app game to eat here one night. I had the bangers and mash and my wife had the fish and chips. Both were excellent. The Guiness chocolate cake we shared for desert and the cocktails were also fantastic. Great survice! Will be back.
Good burgers for a late night grease fix but a little on the pricy side. $20 for two plain burgers and a drink.
Room was clean for the most part, but could tell the room had not been used in a while due to a thin layer of dust in the bathroom counter. Pool was fun with four pools and a swim up bar. Casino was what you might expect with most dealers being personable and friendly. WARNING: avoid Tournament of Kings if you have any kind of breathing problems. I have asthma and had to leave the show due to an attack triggered by all the smoke/dry ice used during the show.
Save Your Money And Go To The outback.
Just like In and Out, White Castle, or Shake Shack, you soon realize the only reason why you like it is because you cannot get it at home, and the food is nothing more than great drunk food. It does not suck, but not great either. In my opinion, I think the prices are a little high.
They have really done a good job at cleaning up the place. This is my fourth year in a row staying here. My room was very clean and quiet up on the 17th floor facing City Center. It was nice to see $5 blackjack at all hours even though it pays 6/5. You are now given two drink tickets per stay as part of your resort fee. The $20 trick is very dead here. In my four years I have never scored a Monaco suite upgrade, however it appears to always get me a higher room floor with a great view (minus the tip) for making the effort. Even though I always prefer to stay somewhere else, I always enjoy a stay at Monte Carlo.
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