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Wooooooo! Last night was mint!
Went for tapas in a fancy pants place. Although non-traditional patatas bravas is a MASSIVE no no. CRISPS!! with tomato sauce on. Absolutely rubbish! Drowned my sorrows with sangria. :)
On to the casino, Ibi had to wee ...again, so we nipped in caesar's palace and promptly got lost. (I knew exactly …
... to do this to eat here . . . . I would
like to add Alex's idea! The menu only has ridicuolosly big burgers
and fries cooked in lard. Alex ordered a single by-pass burger caked
in chilli con carne that was spilling out of the burger, I had flat
liner fries! Our waitress was lovely but one of the waitress's
obviously liked her job a little too much, if you don't finish your
burger the waitress will take you to the middle of the restaurant and
... police and fire department were there. That got me worried about Georganne and Howard on the road and had them call me when they got home safe.
Tomorrow we are meeting Georganne & Howard for breakfast at Red Rock, then gamble a little and off to Harrah's. Georganne got us all tickets to see the Million Dollar Quartet. WOOHOO.
... had a mini helmet they could sign. Unfortunately, they didn't have any 49ers ones which, in the long run, turned out to be a good thing. When I went back round I decided to have a look inside the store and lo and behold the way it was working was you bought a 'package' which was priced according to what was purchased i.e. photo or helmet and then who you wanted to sign it Montana, Rice or both. Now, as they are so well know together then you'd most probably get both and ...
... night time and I think I’ve sufficiently familiarized myself the “Strip” basics. Being on this Boulevard you can be fooled that there’s little else beyond this street. Seems everything and everyone is concentrated around here. You trapped to feel like Las Vegas starts and ends here. But, of course, that is false. There are people who do the work around here. Surely they don’t live in the hotels. So where do they stay? ...
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Historical Traveler Reviews Casino Royale and Hotel Las Vegas
Great value, excellent location, decent clean room, affordable casino play, pleasant casino staff, helpful hotel staff. Will stay there next visit.
We went to Vegas for our honeymoon and stayed at the Casino Royale for 4 nights. It was great. Excellent location right on the strip between Harrah's and the Venetian. We went to the Imperial Palace's lunch every afternoon. It was about $9.95 a person. The room was large, great maid service. The fridge kept everything really cold, and the air conditioning was amazing. 5 minutes and you were nice and cool. Excellent drink prices $1 margaritas, lots of penny and nickel slots. I won at the promotional machines, but they won't let you cash out unless you win a jackpot. $250 to me was a jackpot! The only problems we had were finding the check in desk, it's in the middle of the casino, and on our last night our electronic key wouldn't work. We finally had the biggest security guard I"ve ever seen come to help us! For the price and location, it was an excellent value!
The $1 margaritas were about the only good thing going for Casino Royale. I was playing the $.50 roulette for about an hour, and I gave the dealer my rewards card. The dealer in turn gave it to the table supervisor, who was supposed to enter in my information and update it. He never got around to that because he was too busy flirting with one of the other table dealers.
I stayed here for three days about 10 years ago, when I had very little $$$. The room was DECENT, but nothing spectacular.
I got the $99 vacation package. The 500$ gaming money was a hoax. I hit on 1 of the machines, and they only gave me $100. The machine said I hit for $34,300. Everybody around me was surprised. When the lights went off, they said I only hit for $100. I tried to tell the lady that it was a mistake, and she asked me real nasty if I wanted the $100 or not.
I don't think it is fair, that paying $99 for a vacation package and this is all I get out of it. They bribe you into taking the tour, and don't get anything out of it. I stayed at the Casino Royale, and it wasn't a very nice place. I advise other people to NOT take that package.
Just came back after trip over Labor Day Weekend.
Choice location - inexpensive surprise
Pleasantly surprised by inexpensive small hotel in prime location - between Venetian Hotel and Harrahs. Small 4 story hotel - room we had was on top (4th)floor non-smoking room recently renovated, comfortable king bed, fluffy new towels. Convenient covered parking right behind hotel. Refrig and coffeemaker. Easy walk to Mirage across the street. Cheap eats available at Denny's and McDonalds.
I went to Las Vegas June 15-17th and I stayed at the Casino Royale. I did not want to spend a lot of money for a room because I heard that no one goes to Vegas to stay in their room. I got a room for $49 a night and I was not disappointed. It reminded me of a room found in many other average hotels (ie. ramada, holiday inn). Two double beds, a television, average size bathroom, sufficient closet room, a refrigerator, bar/counter area. The location is TERRIFIC! It was located directly across from the Mirage, Ceasars Palace, Treasure Island and right next to the Venetian. But why pay high prices for your room when you don't have to? There was an Outback Steakhouse, Denny's and McDonalds right there and $1.00 Margaritas all day. It was the best thing happening! If you want to go to Vegas and not worry about spending out your means I say choose Casino Royale, you won't be disappointed! :-P
Basic hotel but does a good job providing a clean room in a great location. Don't expect to be pampered but if all you are looking for is a clean and adequate place to stay while you visit the Strip hotels then this fills the bill nicely. In-room safe included, TV worked fine (no premium channels), bed was comfortable and clean, bathrooms clean and average size, shower worked great. Carpet looked new. Outback Steakhouse above the hotel was good and on par with any other Outbacks that I have eaten at. Casino staff was hit or miss - either very nice or very surly, no in-between. Hotel staff was all very nice. But that's the case with most casinos in Vegas. Best place to find lower minimum tables in Vegas, although it can be a chore at some times to get on a table. Early mornings until 11:00am is very tough to get on a blackjack table because they only have 1. From 11:00am on table games are relatively easy to get on. $5 minimum blackjack is abundant with some 10 and 25 also. $2 craps is abundant.
The place to stay
I have stayed here at least 10 times and found this casino to be alot of fun. Its small friendly dealers clean rooms Small place but what a party in the evening. Location Location Location means alot it is right in the middle. I recomend you stop in and see for yourself.