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... a blanket and promptly fell back asleep in her zero-gravity chair. She complained that the breeze was blowing the blanket off her ankles, so I wrapped them with a bungee cord to hold it in place, much to Chris' amusement. The breeze cools off your coffee before you have a chance to finish drinking it, so I need to put insulated coffee cups with covers on the list of items we need to purchase for the camper. A coffee carafe would also ...
... I tried to nap a bit but finally got up and organised, first stop today is the Buffet at the Bellagio, this is another freebie I earned through MyVegas loyalty points... Bargain! We hopped on the bus and before we knew it were getting out at the Bellagio stop... We walked along the front of the fountain area but they weren't playing so we just got some lovely shots of the gorgeous Bellagio in daylight. Of course we had to stop for a $1 chip for our ...
... some restaurants with an American foot ball filled with tequila mix and walk out with sweet rum punch. You have to remember there is so much going on everywhere you look, with a drink in your hand you are flexible to experience so much for free. We saw the Duelling Pianos, funky jazz bands and other awesome live bands this way. When we got bored we took our drink and wandered down the strip to the next spot. There is always music playing and something happening at night. ...
... desserts. We each had a small portion, high price, small portion, story of Vegas. It was so delicious. I had the chocolate chip mint and Rich had the strawberry cheesecake.
Not sure if you all know what the forum shops are like. It is like you are outside, the ceiling is made to look like the sky with clouds, statues all around, and very high end shops line the area. At the end of this you enter the casino. We played slots for a ...
... was my first cirque, just amazing! We then walked the whole group down the strip, watching the Bellagio fountains, Christmas displays and finally treasure island's volcano. I am now sitting in the laundry doing angus and and his mate's washing. Early start tomorrow and off to the Grand Canyon. Today the kids had 20 mins shopping at an outlet and that included ...
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Historical Traveler Reviews Artisan Hotel Las Vegas
Pros: Nice bed Cons: Everything goes downhill real quickly after leaving the lobby. Speaking of the lobby, old black velvet curtains cover a multitude of sins (and unfinished walls). The rooms. We stayed in 509, and 511. I didn't see what other rooms were like, but I can only imagine. The floor "lifts" about 3 inches toward the outside wall.
2nd time around!
This is now my 2nd visit to The Artisan Hotel and I enjoyed this time as much as the first. The new additions for the guests with buisness needs has been upgraded allowing me to use my laptop in the lobby with the wireless system which I am on right now.Their live entertainment is by far more appreciated then the sounds of slot machines. The staff is very pleasant and has always recognized me by my last name which is a nice touch. I feel comfortable when doing my buisness travel alone to stay with my new found friends at The Artisan Hotel.
Neat littel hotel
This a neat hotel, there are pictures and statues everywhere! My room even had 6 pictures by Paul Gaugin. The staff was great and helped me with show tickets. I also enjoyed the music and cocktails that night. I would highly recommend this hotel to everyone.
Great Hotel, when I checked in I was given a glass of champagne before I went to my room. The walls of lobby and hallways are covered with many works of art as was my room! (I was in the Da Vinci room). The staff was great and my entire stay was enjoyable.
A dingy lobby starts off this disasterous experience (I would have changed hotels but was unable to without $800 in extra charges).
We scheduled this hotel in a bundle with an airfare in order to get the great airfare price. Unfortunately, just like the previous reviewer, we LEFT after checking in and going to the room. I wasn't expecting much but this was below my worst expectations. The property is surrounded by a chain-linked fence and instead of grass, there is gray gravel.
Checked In and Checked Out!!
Checked into the room, took one look and checked out. Room was filthy, floor uneven, things did not work. Phone was hard wired!! No dataport.
Took 45 minutes to get a cab company to respond as NOBODY knows where this place is located.
If you like crackheads and strip clubs this is the place for you, I would guess there are 10 strip clubs and 100 crackheads within a quarter mile of this hotel. I like the concept, and I enjoyed the art on display throughout the hotel. I did not at all like the crazy man who knocked on my door at 3 AM and called my room every couple of hours asking me for a ride to work. This property is located in the real armpit area of Las Vegas and I would never stay there again. It is difficult to get to and the interior is falling apart. The majority of the front desk staff was very friendly, but 1 apple spoiled that bunch as well. I left personal belongings in my room and called on my way to the airport and the person who answered my call refused to check. I had to call back after I got home to San Diego and ask someone else to check for me. The items were indeed left behind in the room. I would not recommend anyone to stay here. Oh - and where was the spa?
Spectacular property! Loved the artwork displayed throughout the hotel!
I read the previous reviewer and couldn't disagree more. Fantastic value at a one of a kind boutique Vegas hotel!
Not up to par
The room was not what I expected from the ad. The toilet was broken and we called management serveral times and no one came up to fix the problem. Overall I feel the property could have been maintained better. The room could have been cleaner.