Las Vegas Club Casino & Hotel
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... lights, lights and more lights! The pollution from these was so bad, it appeared as though the sun was constantly setting and there was not a star in sight. Vegas is just absolutely mental. From the hugely irresponsible driving (changing lanes at the last possible minute), the sheer amount of people milling about the streets, the random street entertainment and the huge, brightly lit buildings and billboards that surrounded you made you feel tiny in ...
... luckily we found it quite amusing and the pilot did explain the audio in English to us! Tex said it be 20mins to the cram canyon. We fly over the Hoover dam bridge then over lake mead americas largest man made lake it's so awesome. It's weird flying in helicopter it feels like your going really slow and not making progress, Tex is making us feel at ease and has a good sense if humour. We look out of the window to the right and suddenly there ...
... the casino later on!
After our short boat ride up the river and back we walked back up to the heli which was waiting to take us back up to the top of the Canyon. We saw a red snake on our walk. This quickened my pace a little haha.
After emerging from the Canyon floor we got on the shuttle that took us to Eagle Point where we once again had incredible views of the Canyon and down into the Colorado River. This is the location of the ...
... and butt cheeks hanging out all over.
Since we were starving and had no reservations, we went to the restaurant Noodles (Asian restaurant). We ordered a bit too much food; but it was OK. After dinner we walked through the conservatory. The flowers were beautiful Easter themed with a caterpillar, ladybugs and real butterflies. To balance the beauty, my sister comes up appalled and tells me "Kim, I just walked into that guy's ****" - needed to hit ...
They call it the City of Sin and there is no better description for it.
We were all exhausted after a huge week so flew in had dinner and checked in at Harrah's. DONT STAY HERE. YUK. Grotty, sluty old hotel and full of bogans and sluts.
I complained as much as I could and eventually got an upgrade. LV was packed due to NBL finals, Spring Break, American Country Music Awards and tourists.
100,000 people flying ...
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Historical Traveler Reviews Las Vegas Club Casino & Hotel
I'm a low roller and did a lot of research online to find the best price for a decent place to stay a few nights in LV. Got rooms at the LVC for $14/night through ...!The rooms were in the older South Tower, of which I had heard horror stories about. I must have won a gamble before making my first bet, because I got a great room that was quiet and clean! There was absolutely nothing wrong with the room at all. There was even a bottle of shampoo in the room (I was expecting nothing, as per what I had read earlier). Soap is from a dispenser, which I actually prefer because it's cleaner. I only stayed in one room, so I can't guarantee that you'll have the same good luck as me with getting a decent room.Tip: You will be charged an extra $1/day fee because the room has a safe in it (with a good Medeco lock), whether or not you use it. When you check out, ask to waive the fee for the use of the hotel room safe. They will gladly do this, no questions asked! Even if you use the safe, you can do this.An annoyance: The slot club registration desk is only open during certain hours of the day and never at night. If you want to get in the slot club (a must if you ever dream of getting comps to cut your losses), find time to make it here when they are open. It seems an unnecessary extra step to me. Why can't casinos just hand you a preregistered slot club card when you book a room? If you paid with a credit card, they already have all your contact information, so there's no reason for them not to just generate a slot club card for you on the spot when you check in! No doubt they want to sucker people into foolishly playing without a card.The parking garage is on Ogden (turn east from Main then make an immediate right), a bit confusing to find at first, if you've never been there. It's nowhere near Fremont at all. If you're driving there, just forget all about Fremont entirely (it's pedestrian-only)! Keep your hotel registration receipt with you, and flash it to the attendant, and during your stay they will let you in and out of the garage as much as you want for free!Tip: Late night graveyard specials at the LVC's second floor coffee shop for $2.99 each. You get a decent amount of filling food, good to fill you up and calm you down before going up to the room to sleep. Unlimited refills of cold water (and iced tea if you pony up an additional $1.50) really help to counter the stale dry smoky air of the Vegas casinos!I had also heard horror stories about downtown Vegas (non-Strip), and I'm pleased to say that ever since they built the Fremont overhead enclosure, you need not worry. It's well lit, populated, and patrolled at all hours. This is wonderful for us low rollers who prefer the casinos here! Walking one block north, outside of this area, to the Gold Spike (home of the Copper Mine) was about as far as I'd go at night. Even that short distance, I got a few bad vibes as things quickly got lonely, but nothing bad happened.Summing up, nothing fancy about the room. It's just a good decent hotel room, to come back and crash at after gambling all night :)
u get what you pay. the hotel was relatively cheap. the rooms were relatively okay. nothing great.. definately not beautiful. it was a decent price for a decent hotel. though i have to warn those that are considering it, i think there were bed bugs because every morning i woke up, i had new red spots on my legs and body.
This was by far the cleanest hotel room I have ever seen. The room was huge, beautiful view, friendly staff, quiet and a wonderfull stay. I would only stay here from now on. We stayed in the south tower.
Sports photos and other items from the athletic world are displayed throughout the facility in an understated manner that some of the larger hotels in town would do well to emulate. Gaudy isn't in play here. My basic, economy-priced room was slightly smaller than those in newer hotels, but it was far from generic looking, with beach motif furniture and artwork providing contrast to the sports photos and murals found in the street level casino and food court areas. The employees were all friendly and helpful and seem to take pride in trying make their guests have a happy and productive time in this small but very pleasing hotel. Even if you don't actually stay there, Las Vegas Club is worth visiting just to see the sports memorabilia, some of which was on sale or could be redeemed via casino points earned
Stayed at the Las Vegas Club 8/3 to 8/8 and I have to say that our stay was nice. Was in the North tower room 618. The room was large and clean as well as the beds. The only real trouble was with the tub, it had a slow flow. The casino was small and easy to get around in. The Upper Deck is their 24hour coffee shop and even though we had only breakfast here they were good as well as free, you were given free breakfast coupons for each person in the room. Yes the hotel is showing its age, it was still a nice place to stay, and at the rate we stayed we would be willing to stay here again. Total cost of the stay, $88.25
I was amazed at the deal we got at the Las Vegas Club! It was perfect and we found it with no problem after a 13 hour day of driving. We were surprised to find the room in pristine shape with a huge window overlooking the street below. I felt very safe in the older part of Vegas, and we practically rolled out of bed to find ourselves in the midst of the Freemont Street Experience. The big casinos were a bit of a hike (city bus can get you there), and it was cool to see all the glitz, but I found myself actually happy to be back in the old part of town at the end of the night. We got a room in the North Tower because I had heard it was worth the extra $10 bucks, and we loved it. We found that at some of the other cheaper hotels, they packed a bunch of anoying drunken teens and kids in their early 20's. We actually fall into that category, but it is nice to be able to crash in the middle of the day without worrying about the noise. I wouldn't risk staying anywhere else on my next trip to Vegas.
We wouldn't go anywere else. We love The Las Vegas Club. It is clean, and the staff is friendly.
A main attraction all it's own
The hotel is great,the rooms are suprisingly big and totally comfotable.The scenery inside&out are breathtaking!
Worth every penny
Las Vegas Club was a great experience. Inexpensive....clean...great service in hotel, casino, valet and restaurant(upper deck).
We will be back.
More Than Expected
Surprise, Surprise !!
We stayed in a superbly clean and spacious room. My expectations were not high, but to my surprise, they results were excellent. The food, the service and the accomodations were superior to most in Vegas. The Casino, although somewhat older than most, was nice, and the games affordable to all $$ level of players. The best thing, though, were the room accomodations. I was so happy, that upon checkout, I insisted my name be added to their mail list for specials in the future. All the goodies and the price is the most surprising of all.
GO for the VEGAS CLUB. You won't be sorry you did !!