Our room was nice. We were in a renovated room with a garden view. Others in our party were in a non renovated area with a Strip View and they commented about the noise and that the room was looking and feeling ragged. It’s a good location on the Strip. Close to the places that we usually go to when ...
Great center stip location. Free tram in hotel. Buffet was good. Good air circulation/smoke filtration in casino. Staff was great. Would definitely recommend.
I like the pools and slides. And adventure dome was also fun for the kids
We loved staying at the Excalibur. It was a great environment and would definitely come back.
We were upgrade from Caesar Palace Hotel to Nobu Hotel without requesting. Big surprise!! Very Happy👍👍
We had a wonderful stay at the Palazzo. From the time we checked in to the time we checked out. The staff was accommodating and very friendly. Our room layout and view was beautiful and everything was very clean and comfortable. Both the Venetian and Palazzo towers were unique, with a wide variety ...
Personnel and room were excellent. Suggest the check-in/out kiosks be placed in their own space and not within the registration lines.
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