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Not bad for an older Vegas hall. Bathrooms were clean in the shared areas. Did not stay in hotel or eat. Just went for a conference. It was a good place to host should cost or location booking be an issue at the larger Vegas...More
So i stayed here for the weekend and didn't know what to expect for the price.
The hotel was nice and they had great bars and places to eat inside of the hotel.
I appreciated that i was allowed to check in early for about...More
We was here for 2 nights and didn't leave the hotel once. Has everything you need, saw a movie. gambled, relaxed in the small pool-was refreshing and we was the only one's in it. The room was nice and we had a view of the...More
We booked this hotel for a cheap stay after spending time at the strip.
Hotel was nothing special but okay for a night.
Beds where a little bit hard.
Lot of banging on doors in the night.
Not recomend it.Station palace was much better
We stayed at the Texas Station Hotel on 13 September for one night, Room 425. The chair seat cover was stained and the ice maker on the 4th floor was completely out of ice. The room furnishings were shabby and well worn. Otherwise the room...More
US$51 - US$193 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Star rating provided by Expedia.
#69 Casino Hotel in Las Vegas
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There are 2 parking garages, one at the North end, close to the Fiesta, and one at the South end going towards downtown Las Vegas. Park at the South end garage or the nearby parking lots, and go in the entrance up the flight... More
There are 2 parking garages, one at the North end, close to the Fiesta, and one at the South end going towards downtown Las Vegas. Park at the South end garage or the nearby parking lots, and go in the entrance up the flight of stairs. When you enter, the registration desk is directly to your right. When facing the registration, to the left is a gift shop, and directly left of that is the entrance to the rooms. You will need your key card to get in. Once you have registered, there is also a side entrance between the small pool area, and the hotel entrance, which is located on the ground floor.
The buffet is a short ways away, maybe 50 yards NE of your location at the Registration Desk. Just hug the right hand wall, but do not go towards the Bowling area, which is the opposite direction.