Days Inn Las Vegas At Wild Wild West Gambling Hall
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Historical Traveler Reviews Days Inn Las Vegas At Wild Wild West Gambling Hall
I stayed in a double-room for two nights. It was not bad at all. The bed-sheets were clean. The bathroom was very clean. The room was actually kind of nice. Of course, it would not be wise to expect the highest quality, but in my experience, it definitely served its purpose.
Dont waste your time!
We stayed at this rancid location and the rooms were terrible, secrity harrassed us and told us we were in a "White Man's town!" The rooms were wheelchair accessible for the person who made the reservations and she spent $100/room for 2 nights with a total of 4 rooms for us to be very unsatisfied, you are better off going to Motel 6 than this dump!
First of all the room was very unsantitary not clean, stains on the blankets that were rescent. The bathroom had a odor. I seen a used condom on the side of the dresser who gross is that. I would advise you to find another hotel that would fit you needs
The worst, gross, and so nasty
the hotel was "gross"...the bed spreads were dirty the bathroom was filty. thank goodness we only booked one night and did not stay there the night we booked. The hotel is horrible...smokey,dirty, no where to park. We found used comdoms behind the night stand which means they dont clean the rooms at all...if you can afford to stay at another hotel please stay away from there..GROSS>>
After reading the reviews on this site I was a little scared to stay at the reservations that were booked for me by my travel agency. But the Wild Wild West was not bad. We requested a non-smoking room which was in pretty good shape. We didn't spend very much time in their smoky casino nor did we hang out in our room much at all. So if you are looking for a cheep place to spend the night it is a good value. If you are looking for luxary, then spend some money and go somewhere else.
We stayed at this hotel for 3 nights. The Casino, was very smokey, smoke was every where. The rooms where dirty and thing needed to be fixed. The only good thing about this hotel is there restaurant. The food was good and the prices where even better. I would not advise anyone to ever stay at this hotel.
Worse hotel in Vegas
This hotel is the dirtiest in Vegas. There was hair in our bed and urine stains on the toilet. The price is cheap but you would think you could at least get clean sheets for $30
SMOKE! SMOKE! SMOKE!
All you smell in this hotel is smoke. Also the rooms are very dirty. I stayed here for 3 days and we never got room service. Is not worth the price, trust me.
We were forced to stay here our last night in Vegas b/c a convention took over our hotel (Palace Station -- very good).
We got a smoking room. The rate was $70 for a weeknight in January.
Cigarette burns all over the room. Broken sink. There was only one pillow per bed. We requested more -- they came 4 hours later.
A 5-minute phone call cost $20!
The restaurant is a dump. One lady brought her dog. The "gaming hall" is about 40 machines. Scam!! Stay away!!!
One big mistake
we checked out after one night - very dirty rooms & noisy. couldnt use
the shower or bathtub - both dirty and very rusty plumbing fixtures on
both, Carpet & bedding badly stained,and furnitutre had big gouges,
chunks broken off and scratches. We sat up all night waiting to check
out first thing that morning,wouldnt sleep on or in the beds.
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