Stayed for 4 nights in a Red Room. The hotel is quite large, but check-in was quite fast most things seemed to be quite well-dimensioned to accommodate the number of guests. The French theme is quite nice overall and the interior of the place seems to be well maintained. Our room was OK size but seemed small by Las Vegas standards (or maybe we've just been lucky in the past with other hotels). The bed was extremely comfortable and the rest of the furnishes was good standard. Our only issues with the room was the size of the safe which did not allow us to store a Macbook Air due to the strange dimensions of the safe - it did however hold our other valuables included some photo-gear so not all bad. There was also an odd smell that seemed to come from the closet where the safe was located - might be just that room, but odd allthesame. The dining offerings we tried were good but some of the smaller cafe-type looked less appetizing. Roomservice offered a quite wide selection, and especially breakfast was delivered quickly and surprisingly civilized in terms of pricing. The Soleil pool area is nice and calm - but quite small and barely allows for a swim so it seemed to be designed primarily for lounging. We're not into the gambling scene so we can't review the casino floor apart from saying that the offered range of tables and machines seemed to be on par with the surrounding hotels.
Overall, a good hotel choice perfectly located on the Strip. A BIG negative that needs to be mentioned though is the Internet access which can be purchased separately or as part of the resort package (resort package also includes gym access). You have to pay for each device (unless you bring a travel router) and performance is dead slow. We realize that the hotel wants us on the casino floor gambling, but this is nothing but a total joke that leaves our overall impression lukewarm.
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