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TravelPod Member ReviewsHooters Casino Hotel Las Vegas
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This hotel is a 3 minute walk from the Strip and is easily worth $16 a night. You obviously don't get anything fancy, but a clean and quiet room right off the Strip was good enough for me. I would definitely consider this again for a cheap getaway.
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Historical Traveler Reviews Hooters Casino Hotel Las Vegas
"We're sorry, we're new"..... Phooey!
I just got back from a weeks stay at the "New" Hooters Casino/Hotel . I simply cannot believe the rave reviews written on this board. I suspect shill reviews are being posted, for an honest view of what to expect please read the one star reviews, they ring true from my own experience. I am a very tolerant traveler however I was pushed to my limit several times during our stay. I booked thru Expedia because of the attractive package being offered so I had a pre-paid reservation. Upon arrival we were informed that the room would not be ready until 4:00 that afternoon. We arrived back at the Hotel around 4:15 to find a line from the front desk almost out the front door. Everyone had been told the same thing, come back at 4:00. We were then told the room would be ready at 5:00, it was not. At this point I was getting a bit upset and asked to speak to the manager. The manager would not speak directly to us or make eye contact, stayed in the background. We were handed two drink vouchers and told to "chill", the room would be available soon.
Walked over to the Casino bar no more then twenty feet from the front desk and handed over the drink vouchers. The bartender took one look at the vouchers and told us, "those are no good here"! "They have the name San Remo on them". I forget what my exact response was, I know it was very LOUD ! He wound up honoring the vouchers and I got the 'thumbs up' from several bar patrons within earshot.
We finally got a room around 6:00 in the evening. From here on things get a bit bizarre. We were given a room on the 7th floor. When we got off the elevator with a new (but dirty) carpet, we couldn't help but feel we were in a construction zone. Lots of wooden furniture, headboards, and high stools all around, some of the stuff in the corridors. Most of the room doors on the floor were open with rooms in various stages of completion. Our room was locked. When we entered and flipped the light switch, no light. The bulbs were missing from four fixtures and lamps. The TV was placed upon a table instead of the armoire and did not have a remote control. Calling the front desk was futile because the phone was not connected, it was not even plugged in! Apparently the hastily installed headboard was now blocking access to the telephone wall jack.
The next morning I put together a 'fix-it' list for the front desk . "We're sorry , we're new" is about the best they could do for us. We did have half the seventh floor to ourselves so the stay was quiet when the construction workers left for the day. We gave ourselves a self-tour of the other floors, they are trying very hard to put a polish this old turkey of a Hotel built in the early seventies. I would say better properties have been imploded in Las Vegas and the renovation is falling way behind schedule. The place seems to be a magnet for people in their early twenties who still play juvenile pranks. I say this from personal observation. The rooms have unique room numbers that are actually custom tiles with the Hooters logo. These tiles are held on to the wall with velcro, yes, velcro! I saw a prankster come out of his room and remove a room number (with a simple tug) and place it in another location. I suspect there will be mass chaos come spring break, several of these tiles were already missing and will no doubt be used as souvenir coasters in dorm rooms throughout the US.
I could go on about the electrical troubles, power outages, inoperable ice machines, indifferent service at the "Dam" restaurant (we walked out) but hey, they are new, so it's ok right?. Take your hard-earned dollars and spend them at an established Hotel, one that knows how to manage and run a Hotel, there are so many worthy in Las Vegas.
I did find one good deal at Hooters, the Pepsi machine outside the building (parking structure side) is only $1.00 for a 20oz Pepsi, half the price of the indoor machines. Must be an employee comp.
I just returned and had a great time at Hooters. Small, friendly, and fun. The employees go out of their way to make sure you are happy. The rooms are nice, not Manadalay Bay but Hooterish I guess you can call them. They have a bar table and stools, it was pretty cool.... We were there when they had a pig roast which was incredible. Make sure you go to Porch Dogs, that was so much fun, the dueling pianos and the island music was so different for Vegas. Make sure you go by, don't miss this one. I have to laugh at the people who say it was so crowded, yes there were a lot of people but who wants to go into a dead casino, half the fun is people....
Recommend to all! Fun place!
Just returned from a great trip to Vegas. Stayed at the new Hooters Casino Hotel, and it was a good time! The place is decked out in Hooters style, cool nightclub, good food, tons of hot girls (Hooters Girls and many, many others!!!!), and a general atmosphere of light, good fun. My group had a ball, our rooms were brand new, nice furnishings, simple and kind of islandly. Have to say the staff is the friendliest group of people we've encountered working in Vegas, real down-to-earth, happy folks there. Real upbeat vibe without the attitude. Fun time was had by all, will definately go back.
Hooters Casino Hotel is a breath of fresh air
I read with interest the post from the person who said Hooters was the same old San Remo. I have to believe that person was not in the same place that I was. I was fortunate to be at the grand opening and spent the weekend in the newly renovated Hooters Casino and found the place to be completely different from all of the "cookie cutter" casinos being build in Vegas. The whole place had a feel of warmth with the wood floors and walls. The staff was friendly and helpful. I did see some stains on the obviously new carpet, but attibute that to the obnoxious people that seem to think that because they pay for room they can act like slobs. The place was wall to wall people for most of the weekend and there was always something going on. The line for the Hooters Restaurant was a bit long. They might that old reliable beeper system so the people waiting could wander through the place a little more.
I would highly reccommend this hotel to anyone and I think when the pool opens it will be even better.
This ain't the San Remo anymore and anyone who thinks that way should just go to the motel 6 it's certainly more their speed.
Dirty, Dirty, Dirty
I was in Vegas for the Superbowl and decided to stop by the Hooters Casino. This was my worst experience ever at a casino. First thing I am in a wheelchair and the Valet Parking refused to park my car they said it was full and I had to go into the parking structure. So I went into the structure, I had to park in a construction area with no room to get my wheelchair out and all the handicap spots were taken. We then entered the casino it was packed wall to wall people, I guess everyone had the same idea I did to see the grand opening weekend of Vegas' newest casino. Well the staff was frightening, the janitors looked as if they were the homeless, their uniforms were about 2 sizes small for their bellies. The Hooters girls were only in one area, the worst odds in Vegas 6 to 5 blackjack $500.00 limit, can only double down on 9, 10 or 11. I guess your playing just to see the girls. Then I went to the back area where they had higher stakes blackjack but with incompetent dealers and pit bosses. I was amazed that they did not have enough money to pay out at the table, I am a large gambler and they had to actually stop the game because they ran out of chips to pay me. I only had around $6500.00 but they failed to order more chips. I was upset they had to stop my winning streak, so I asked for a chip tray so I could take my chips and cash out. They had no chip tray so they gave me an old shoe box, I still dont know why they had this in the pit. So I go to the cashiers cage to cash in it takes about 20 minutes to get up to the counter, then I have to wait 30 minutes for them to count my chips and pay me, They literaly counted my chips 3 times by 3 different people then they had to get a manager to get approval to pay me. Finally I got paid and decided to use the restroom. This was the funniest of them all, there is a line of 25 people waiting to use the only restroom in the whole casino. Might I add the smallest bathroom I have ever seen in my life it had 4 urinals with the sinks literally 2 feet behind you so when you are washing your hands somes guys rearend is in your back, no kidding, you have to go just to see this bathroom. Overall this place for being remodeled I give it a 3 on a scale of 1 to 10. The carpet in the place looked like they bought it from a puppy mill. It had more stains and gross stuff stuck to it than anything I have ever seen. Anyways that was the first and last time I will ever visit Hooters Vegas.
Very nice and fun
I just home from the new Hooters hotel/casino. This is a small, fun, casual hotel and casino. Fully remodeled Sam Remo. The staff goes out of their way to be friendly and helpful. Everything is clean. Good food, good drinks (top shelf) nice rooms. Comfortable new beds. It was fairly busiy, even during the week, due to the newness. It is close to MGM and a reasonable walk to other casinos such as Caesars. $10 table limits on craps. Best odds on video poker (5/9). Small poker room, not very busy, but fun and casual. No suits and ties, many couples were there, it's not just all guys. Every Hooters girl is a 10. They came from all over to work there. Pete and Shorties was a fun bar and less busy (say hi to Holly, the Julia Roberts look-alike). There is an upscale steak place (Marino's) and a martini bar to. There is a live band (or two) that was very good (funk tunes). There was a sing along band in the back that was pretty fun. The pool will not be open for a few weeks and is still under construction. Otherwise construction was not an issue. The pool looks like it will be fun, but not real large. The rooms were a little noisier than I expected due to street noise. Ask for a pool view. The price was good (under $100 a night). The elevators are a little slow, but got better after the first day. Overall I thought it was a good time. Think: Hardrock for Midwestrners. Young crowd. Super friendly. Small scale, close to attractions. Lots of pretty girls. Nice rooms.
Great change from the monster Hotels! Fun fun fun!!!
My fiance and I stayed at the new Hooters Casino Hotel recently, and had the best experiences! We've stayed at several of the "Big Boys" hotels on the strip while on other Vegas trips, and I have to say we both thought Hooters was a refreshing change from the gigantic, unfriendly, impersonable hotels. The staff was extremely friendly, super helpful, and the general atmosphere was about having FUN! Everything was clean and casual, nothing stuffy or uptight about this place! Our room was cozy, bright, and clean. We had great meals at the Hooters Restaurant, and Marino's. We've already been "spreading the word" to our friends & families about our great stay there, just wanted to post so others could read. If you want the same old same old, don't stay at Hooters! :)
Still the "San Remo" to me..
Im wondering where the money went that they put into Hooters Hotel and Casino. Dingy old carpet, Stained linoleum on floors. Old restrooms. Rooms with PICTURES of thw the new furniture will look like eventually. Rancid, corked wine served at bars in Casino. We know you needed to open to get the slots going and money coming in, but the first impression is the Lasting impression. We wont be back.
Played fast and loose with my credit cards,harassing environment to women guest
I've never filled out one of these comment forms even though I travel for a living and have some horrible travel stories. I'm pretty good at making hotel reservations. I've also been to Vegas numerous times so I know what the norm on the Strip is. I was going to a meeting close to Hooters but that hotel was sold out and the MNG Grand's rates had suddenly went up so I looked for what was close. I figured Hooters being recently remodeled would be a good try and was delighted when I went to their website and saw a rate of $69. So then I started my odyssey of worst hotel experience and stay ever! Filled out their form, with dates and credit card information, website did not appear to be secure so I figured the next page would relay my CC information in a secure form but no, off went my information, and I received a welcome letter welcoming me to the hotel but no reservation number or confirmation. About an hour later, Kimberly from the hotel called me and asked me what nights I wanted to stay; confused I repeated again what I had submitted on the website. She said they had all my information except for the dates, that some of my information had gotten lost in transit over the web. Lost? I asked her to confirm the rate and she said it was whatever I was quoted but she didn't know what that rate was. She gave me a confirmation number and I requested a confirmation e-mail(with my rate) and she said I would either be e-mailed a confirmation because they had my e-mail address or they would call me (call me?). At this point I wanted a piece of paper so I asked for an e-mail. I never received a confirmation (no call either), called back the next morning, asked for the front desk manager; they said he would be in an hour or two. An hour or two? Called back three hours later and he was not in. Left a message on the Operations Dept voice mail about my experiences and repeated my phone number and name 3 times. Tiffany finally called me back 2 days later and left a message that they would mail me a receipt. Mail? My reservations when I received it said room 1553 with the instructions in caps DON'T MOVE ROOM. Don't move? Why? Interestingly my room had no light bulb in the entryway fixture and only 1 in the 3 light fixture in the hallway bathroom, the peephole was missing from the inside lens (meaning people can see in from the hallway), and the deadbolt was tricky to make it go all the way across. There was no night lock or chain. The only way you could keep the peephole from becoming a peepshow was put toilet paper in it but then you couldn't see out, plus this mysterious room was right next to the exit stairs. When asked they said there were no other rooms but they didn't appear sold out on Tues or Wed. and they put loud drunks in the room next to me Thur. so why the insistence that I stay in that room. I slept with my purse under my pillow (safe was too close to that exit) and furniture piled in front of the door. I also slept in my running clothes and ski cap because the heat unit would start doing something that by 3 am the floor and bed would vibrate unless the unit was turned off. The sink sounded stopped up, glug, glug and my supposedly remodeled room had a bed with tags from the old San Remo (old, old, old) attached to it. After 6 phone calls I finally got some light bulbs and hangers because I told them it was an enormous liability to them if someone fell down in the tub trying to take a shower in the dark. However I had told them I was sick so after 4 hours of phone calls to just bring the light bulbs tomorrow so once I was asleep they finally showed up. The next morning I told then they owed me a hamburger for dinner but that was a hassle too, they did it but it took 3 phone calls and a stop by the front desk for them to get it together. Once I ordered room service it took like 10 minutes to just give Marcus my order for a salad, then they called me all snippy saying that I wasn't answering my door but I was on to these incompetents by now and sure enough-they had delivered it to the wrong room 553 instead of 1553, even thought we confirmed the room number 3 times. They also forgot part of my order which they brought later up to me- burnt.
I didn't go into the casino because even dressed in business clothes and dragging a laptop down the edge of it to the front door and then over to the monorail, guys in the lobby and out front of the hotel feel compelled to rate not only the help's but also any woman customer in the place's "Hooters". If you like losers; drunk, rude, obnoxious men who look underemployed/loser jobs, well this looks like the place for you. I'm 44, had a miserable snotty head cold and am a few pounds over my best weight and I was getting rated an 8 so if you're going to see the world famous Hooters girls well that tells you what the comparison is so draw your own conclusions.
When I got home the reservation that that they had told me at the front desk had not been paid for was on my credit card and so they charged me twice even though I had told Bradley when I checked in that I had already paid and told him to only put a hold for incidentals on my credit card. I called and left a message with the Operations Department because the person, Tiffany again... they told me to talk to who would come in around (around?) 8 had not come in by 9:30 but I guess they can't read a schedule either but I have at this point still not heard from them. At this point I'm contesting not only the double charges, but all charges from this hotel because I did not get basic services. We're new- that's an excuse not an explanation for being incredibly sloppy in all that they do. Making mistakes is OK as long as you're trying to do things better but not just because you're too lazy to care about anything. Their furniture being delayed is not an excuse for not doing anything right and knowingly double billing credit cards.
Getting better all the time!
The Hooter's Hotel and casino has finally transitioned! The San Reno has said its goodbyes. The new casino/hotel is awesome! It is definitely a place to relax and hang out. It is still small compared to the MGM or Mandalay Bay but so comfortable! I applaud the excellent design transition and the great staff!
I also think this would be a great place for a bachelor party!