The Quad Resort And Casino

Address: 3535 Las Vegas Blvd S, Las Vegas, Nevada, 89109, United States | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located in the The Strip area of Las Vegas, is near The Strip, Casino at Harrah's Las Vegas, Casino at the Imperial Palace, and Improv Comedy Club.
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      TravelPod Member ReviewsThe Quad Resort And Casino Las Vegas

      Reviewed by jenni-louise

      I'd stay here again.....most likely

      Reviewed Apr 4, 2013
      by (18 reviews) Narre Warren South, Victoria , Australia Flag of Australia

      The price, amenities and location of this hotel is ideal - $29, right on the strip - however this is the second time I've stayed (the hotel was called the Imperial Palace then) and the customer service leaves much to be desired. One needs patience to navigate the check-in process and attitude of some staff which is decidedly unhelpful and I'm not a particularly demanding patron! 2 or 3 staff wandering around check-in with trays of water and/or alcoholic beverages would go a long way towards bandaiding the wounds of inefficiency and rudeness in staff, if that can't be changed.....

      This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of

      Reviewed by emilyr.home

      Good location

      Reviewed Oct 20, 2011
      by (26 reviews) , United Kingdom Flag of United Kingdom

      The location and price were good but the room wasn't very clean.

      This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of

      Reviewed by jenandviv

      Good location for gambling

      Reviewed Feb 20, 2011
      by (10 reviews) Narre Warren South & Windsor , Australia Flag of Australia

      I know you readers may find this review strange, given that I voluntarily went to Las Vegas. However, I want to be honest about my impressions.
      I went to Vegas because I really wanted to check it out although I don't gamble; I find it boring and a waste of my hard-earned money.
      Because of this distaste I was annoyed by how far I had to walk through the casino area every time I wanted to go to or leave my room, and how everything seems organised to make it difficult for one to get to one's room from the gambling area. For the 3 nights we stayed most times there was only one elevator working to ascend, yet 2 or 3 to come down! sometimes we waited half an hour or more to get upstairs and the stairs were unusable because the doors only open from the outside. This is probably common to most of the hotels, after all they are casino's.
      Despite my annoyance the room was comfortable, although we did get bitten by bugs. There were other accommodations in a similiar area that were cheaper, too.
      I also found the eateries sub-standard; the best food we tried there being the simple burger joint upstairs, and the internet prices were exorbitant.

      As a non-gambler I cannot comment on the service, I had no opportunity to need any.

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      Historical Traveler Reviews The Quad Resort And Casino Las Vegas

      Good Value


      We had reservations about staying at the IP because we had read several bad reviews - but we were pleasantly surprised. The location is excellent, you can't get any better - right in the heart of the strip. Sure the rooms are plain and standard, but they were clean and who spends a lot of time in their room in Vegas! Furthermore, it has cheap minimum tables for when you get tired of gambling at the high minimum tables in the surrounding luxurious hotels. The outdoor space (pool) is also plain. We paid $80/night which was a great value for what we got. Keep your expectations in line with what you're paying and you won't be disappointed.

      IP is a great deal for the price!


      Imperial Palace is definitely a good deal for the price and location. The people are nice and you cant beat being in the middle of the strip. I would defintely go back and stay there.

      Great location - decent rates & service


      We have stayed at the Imperial Palace for the past couple of years because it is very inexpensive and in a great location. We arrived at Imperial Palace around 11:30 p.m. on November 3rd and upon check-in was upgraded from a standard room to a suite (at no extra cost.) We loved the MaiTai bar and if you want to grab something quick for breakfast try the coffee shop - great sweet rolls.

      If you are in a hurry - take the stairs. The elevators are SLOW, SLOW, SLOW. Waited 10 minutes for a elevator (that wasn't already full). One elevator didn't even work.

      If you really only want a room to sleep in and want to save money - stay at the Imperial Palace. We plan to stay here next year when we return.

      Decent + cheap place to stay


      My wife and I went to Las Vegas for her birthday last week and spent four nights at the Imperial Palace. For a really cheap rate we got a clean room on the 18th floor with a great view across the strip to Cesear's. There was nothing special about the room itself (old Holiday Inn definitely sums up the decor) but the view was great. The elevators were awful on Sunday at checkout time, but otherwise we really enjoyed staying there.

      The rooms are basic but clean


      I stayed at the Imperial Palace in July 2002. I found the rooms were basic but clean. It's in a great location on the strip. I would stay here again as I found the Imperial Palace great value for money and the rooms to be very nice.

      Just plain gross!


      I wouldn't want my dog to stay here - and I don't love my dog that much! Just plain gross! Dirty, dirty, dirty. After two nights we left. Don't do it no matter how cheap the rooms are - sleep in your car . . . . you'll be much more pleased, I promise!



      All I have got to say is steam the carpets, get new matresses and please get faster elevators. i waited 10 minutes for one. And the buffet, ughh I was on the toilet half the night. Spend a few more dollars and stay somewhere else!!

      Viva Las Vegas


      This hotel is in an excellent position on the Strip right in the middle so easy to access both ends. That is about the best thing I can say about it as the rooms were awful, not that clean, dark and dingy. Although there are several restaurants at this hotel I would not recommend eating there as the meals we had were below average, even if you went to one of the a la carte's. The casino was ok, but the staff very unfriendly and rude. Next time I would pay a little bit more and stay at Ballys or the Flamingo.

      Imperial Palace, Inferior Palace


      The Imperial Palace is in a great location - center strip and within easy walking distance of many other hotels. HOWEVER, the place is dark, dingy, and somewhat dirty, food is poor at best.

      The rooms are typical Holiday Inn-type rooms.

      I'd suggest you spend just a couple more dollars and go to Harrahs or Flamingo - just as good of a location, but much better value.

      A fun and professional place to stay


      I have been going to Las Vegas for many years and have stayed in many different casino hotels. My wife and I decided to try the Imperial Palace and found it to be a friendly and professional place to stay and play. We have enjoyed our stays there and we are returning again in May. No other facility has been as accomodating and personal and the associates at the Palace.

      TripAdvisor Reviews The Quad Resort And Casino Las Vegas

      3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

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