The cleaning crew either needs more training or more supervising to do their job right. I always bring a bottle of Lysol or disinfecting wipes with me in any hotel I stay in so I can disinfect everything in the room, even the remote control ( my advice to everyone out there, especially if you stay in hotels often ...). When I cleaned/disinfected the table/desk and chairs, I couldn't believe how dirty the room was. The carpet had cigarette burns on it and the pillows (or pieces of foam I should say) seemed to have been purchased from the nearest $1.00 store. For a hotel in such a great location, the owner needs to put his/her hands in the pocket and spend some money to make some much needed changes/upgrades in this hotel. I don't know if the inspectors even gave a passing grade here, but someone needs to look into that. The so called AC is just a big noise-making unit which I doubt will work during the hot summer days. The ice machine is in the office so guests have to go there to get ice, such an inconvenience. We paid over $100/night, not worth the money. There are cheaper motels in better conditions. We picked this one because of an event we went to see at the Tropicana.
The location, the location, the location!!! Also, the staff acted promptly when we asked for a room change because the one prepared for us smelled like someone had just finished smoking his/her lungs out. The front desk staff told us that their rooms are all smoke-free but people don't care and nothing is done to make them obey this policy, unlike in larger hotels where guests are charged for smoking in non-smoking rooms. I appreciated the free wifi even though the code was put on the key without anything being said to us until we asked. . The refrigerator is a plus if it could be cleaned from time to time.