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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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Historical Traveler Reviews Falcon Ridge Hotel Mesquite
Nice Hotel, Nice Staff, Nice Price!
Was very pleased with our one night stay at this hotel. Got a very reasonable rate off Hotels.com site (about $60/night). As others stated...this is a new hotel. Pool was still under construction. We were able to use the Casablanca resort pool though which was awesome (very big and beautiful). Casablanca was only about 1 mile down road. Had dinner at the Casablanca also which was very good. Would defintley stay her again.
We regularly stop in Mesquite and after having read a few reviews of this place, figured we would give it a shot. Turned out to be a very pleasant experience. The hotel is clean, new and tidy and considering the size of this town (for now) is very convenient to the casinos, should you wish to include a visit to one in your stopover.
Everything was perfect! So nice to be away from the smoky casinos. THe rooms were beautiful and very clean. Everything was brand new!
As others have noted, this hotel isn't quite finished yet - the pool is still a hole in the ground and the elevator makes an alarming noise between the third and fourth floor. Nonetheless, the accommodations are first class, the included hot breakfast unusually complete, and the absence of a casino makes it a wonderful overnight choice.
Stayed there one nite in June 2005 because CasaBlanca was undergoing a renovation and had no vacancy. A very nice hotel/motel that opened in May 2005. It has a 'business center' with high speed internet, workout room and an arcade for the kids. The pools are yet to be finished - which is great since you can use the CasaBlanca pools, which have the best pools this side of Vegas. There are no gambling facilities and have a better-than-average breakfast. Was expecting your typical continental breakfast, but found french toast, bacon, eggs, hash brown, juice, coffee, bagel, etc, etc.
I found a good deal on Yahoo for $33 a night. With taxes and fees it ended up $37.
I could not belive the price of these rooms I have payed many times that abmount for a room for a lesser room
My husband and I stayed here for one night on our way to southern CA. The hotel is so new that it's not quite finished yet--i.e., no pool or hot tub. But if you want to swim you can use the pool at the Casa Blanca for free, which I hear is nice, but we were too tired to drive there to use it. The exercise room is sparse...but again, it's still being put together. There were three or four cardio machines (treadmill, bike, stair stepper, I think) and a set of free weights. There were three TVs on the floor, apparently just pulled out of the boxes, but were not installed yet, so I read a book while I walked the treadmill. The exercise room is two stories, which gives it a nice spacious feel. There are large windows in the room--which I hope they eventually put curtains or blinds on. It's awkward because everyone who walks by can see you sweating it out and stare.
THIS PLACE IS THE BEST!!!!!!!!!
Book this Hotel right now! This is without a doubt the nicest hotel in Mesquite, NV. I got an excellant rate through expedia about $45 a night. Falcon Ridge is a brand new hotel that just opened up May 1. The hotel is very clean and the rooms are perfect. The hotel has a perfect location just across I-15 from Casa Blanca on a beautiful hill that overlooks Mesquite. If your looking to get away from the smokey casinos this is the place for you. Loved It!
Brand New Hotel
Spent one night here on business: This hotel was so new, front desk staff told me it had just opened only 5 days prior. I may have been the first guest to use the room in which I stayed. The standard king-bed room had cathedral ceilings and a ceiling fan; 32" T.V. with cable; Bathroom was trimmed in tile and marble, and provided the softest bath towels i've ever used in a hotel. An above-avergage breakfast was served in the lobby. There is a fitness room and a game room. Hotel management aimed to please. I suppose the only downside was that the pool and jacuzzi was not yet built. Bargain rates are to be found Sunday through Thursday on "Travelworm". This hotel is a great alternative to the casinos.