Fortune Hotel & Suites
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
Travelers also recommend:
TripAdvisor Reviews Fortune Hotel & Suites Las Vegas
Travel Blogs from Las Vegas
... had to sing along to all the elvis classics. Once we got on the bus we went to Fremont st, in down town it's just a massive st that's closed to cars and the roof is covered in LEDs that go off every half and hour I think with a light show thing, it was pretty **** but I was getting pretty drunk by this stage, all this free pouring ****** me!! It's like 80% alcohol 20% mixer no **** and they are fuucking so strong I almost vomited just drinking them!! After about 3 ...
... The Hangover" film. Fantastic.
The Las Vegas rush hour starts at 00:00 and ends 23:59. Driving in, I was looking at loosing another mirror but luckily the last one survived. The phone's Sat Nav found the RV park for us. Within 20 minutes we were hooked up and splashing around in the pool under the stars in about 38 degrees heat.
We'd started in the foothills of the Sierra Nevada and ended up in Las Vegas - 400 miles but what a treat!
... more stayed behind, going around the lazy river a couple of more times, then they were done. It’s just too blasted hot and there is little if any shade around any of the pools.
Mark had told Mac about a car museum further down the strip, so after a brief rest and clean-up, we decided to see some of the strip on the way to the museum. Our first stop was New York, New York. Mac and Josie made a b-line for the roller ...
... man made city. We ended up partying at 2 clubs; one being the best in Vegas; XS. It had a pool, the biggest dance floor I had ever seen, lights and spotlights in every direction, podiums, and just so many people. Luckily, if you are a local in Vegas, you seem to get into most places for free with free drinks and can bring guests with you, also for free. That was lucky for us as Ali did just that; otherwise we would have paid around $100 just to get in and ...
... ago. Further, she said she thought tacos would hit the spot so we found a Taco Bell and pigged out on hard and soft shell tacos. Mmmmmmm gooooood. I was so hungry I told her I could eat the south end of a skunk heading north.
On our way back to the campground, we stopped by the Nellis, AFB Base Exchange (shopping center) picked up a few things and headed back to camp. We sat around, visited and turned in about our normal time...9 pm. ...