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Lots of things to eat but the food was just ok, not spectacular. I didn’t go to the movie theater but if I had more time it would have been a nice amenity to use for the kids. The pool was outside so we didn’t...More
I've stayed here before as it is very "reasonably" priced for a room. However, I was disappointed to learn they have closed their Mexican restaurant since my last visit. Additionally, when I arrived at my room to open the door for the first time, I...More
We both find it ridiculous that we have to pay resort fees when they really do not offer anything extra for them. It’s a scam by hotels or state, not sure but, it’s their way of getting more money from those who don’t live here...More
I only stayed here for 1 night on my way from death valley to valley of fire. I really liked the room. It was huge with 2 beds. Very clean and quiet on the 8th floor. Of course there's a casino restaurants shops a movie...More
Easy freeway access
Great restaurants - reasonable priced, well prepared, nice selection
Weekend - live music in lounge
Why only 4 of 5 stars? It is a bit dated and the mattresses need to be replaced they are quite worn. And the rooms...More
Response from Pamelia J | Reviewed this property |
The resort fee is usually like $12.95 a night. What I like about the Fiesta, which is pretty unique is that if you are given a comped room, it's really free - no resort fee, no taxes, nothing. A lot of other hotels will... More
The resort fee is usually like $12.95 a night. What I like about the Fiesta, which is pretty unique is that if you are given a comped room, it's really free - no resort fee, no taxes, nothing. A lot of other hotels will still charge you a resort fee, plus tax on comped rooms.
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"Ask for a room away from Ice Machines or Elevator hall"