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3330 West Tropicana Avenue, Las Vegas, NV 89103, United States of America – Show map
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Outdoor Pool, Outdoor Pool (all year), Grounds
Golf Course (within 2 miles), Hot Tub, Casino
Food & Drink
WiFi is available in all areas and is free of charge.
Free public parking is available on site (reservation is not needed).
Vending Machine (drinks), Vending Machine (snacks), Car Rental, 24-Hour Front Desk, Currency Exchange, Tour Desk, Ticket Service, Baggage Storage, ATM on site, Laundry, Meeting/Banquet Facilities, Fax/Photocopying, Souvenir/Gift Shop
Newspapers, Safe, Non-smoking Rooms, Facilities for Disabled Guests, Family Rooms, Heating, Air Conditioning, Designated Smoking Area
From 3:00 PM
Until 12:00 PM
Children and Extra Beds
All children are welcome.
One child under 12 years stays free of charge when using existing beds.
Up to two additional older children or adults are charged USD 5 per person per night when using existing beds.
The maximum number of extra beds/cribs in a room is 1.
The maximum number of total guests in a room is 4.
Pets are allowed on request. Charges may apply.
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The price. Cheap!!! And the breakfast was terrific!!!! The beds are fantastic
Insist that you stay in the courtyard section of the hotel. The truck stop side of the property is very noisy with escorts conducting business right there.
Cheap and clean
Loud trucker not the hotels fault.
I can't think of anything. No soft chair or outdoor seating. Gambling hall bleak. For the price, look around. Hotels are cheap here.
Under staffed. Lots of waiting in line for check in.
Close to the strip & free breakfast for Denny's.
Wifi in room wasn't the best, wouldn't stay connected, but was fast when it did work.
denny's and casino is in the hotel.... good. Next time also i will book here.
laundry is full... and leaking water. fix it
Everything was good accept price.
I received the price in email but they charged over 100. It should have been about 75
the room itself was extremely clean and comfortable
we were very disappointed to discover that this is just a two story tiny hotel and not a strip hotel like it seemed on booking...
free breakfast each day.
noisy neighbors. no coffee in room.
No hot water for shower. Noisy location.
Quiet, clean, comfortable, easy access to strip and The Orleans, where our cheer competition was at. Wendy's and McDonalds across the street.
The Free breakfast was at Denny's off the casino and it was so filled with smoke it was hard to breathe!! Close parking filled up fast.
The carpet had not been cleaned in a long while, as evidenced by our dirty feet just walking on it! Yuck!
Free breakfast. Can walk to the strip
Smoky gambling hall. A little worn.
Easy to get to and find
Price, newer bathrooms. Not far away from the strip.
Free breakfast had only 3 choices (eggs, bacon sausage with pancakes, yoghurt and granola or toast) at Denny's and you had to pay for drinks (though there is an option for free coffee in the casino). Denny's was very busy or understaffed most of the time so in order to save time I most of the time got breakfast at the opposite side of the road. Even though it is not on the strip they still charge a resort fee for the wifi. At night it might be better to take a cab or bus rather than walk (not the nicest area of town).
close to everything
location, location location.
people upstairs were too noisy.
The bed was fantastic!!
The walk can be rough. We were travelling without a vehicle so we ended up just paying to move onto the strip. But credit is due to the days in because if you are looking for budget rooms it will be the nicest! The room was much nicer than the room we paid twice as much for on the strip
Everyone was nice, the location was great to get in and out of, The people there were really nice. I enjoyed my stay.
Didn't have a bad experience.
The price, location and the free big breakfast. A real deal!
Needs a new mattress.
Complimentary full breakfast included
We enjoyed walking and using the tram for transportation. In the evening we sometimes used a taxi. Taxi's are way overpriced.
Pool, wifi and laundry.
Quite noisy at all hours of the night. Very smokey front desk - not great as a non smoker.
Excellent location: 10 minute drive to/from airport; walking distance to the Strip; immediate access to freeway; 10 minute drive to Fremont Street/downtown Vegas Comfortable rooms and beds: I had a standard room with two double beds. Each bed featured clean, fresh cotton sheets, three pillows and a firm mattress. The flat screen television was well-placed in an entertainment center/dresser in between the beds and featured multiple basic channels (two in Spanish) as well as complimentary Showtime. Complimentary Denny's breakfast: Three selections are offered, a mini Grand Slam; grits or oatmeal with fruit; a cheese omelette. Please note: drinks - including coffee - must be paid for by the diner, although free coffee is available in the gift shop for guests. Second note: gift shop was being remodeled during our stay, so no free coffee was available at any point. Price: $37 before tax and various fees was the highest rate paid (Friday and Saturday) and the weekday rate was $22 before tax and fees. Extended weekend stay was approximately $175 split between two people. Hotel facilities: Overall, the property is clean and well-kept, especially for its age and proximity to the freeway. The Denny's is bright and recently updated and the staff is friendly, if not particularly quick. The pool, which faced our room, was large and featured adult and kiddie pools, as well as a hot tub. Because it was February, the pool wasn't in full swing, but the weather was perfectly fine for a day sunning or swimming (the weekend of our stay was unseasonable warm, with temperatures in the high 70s/low 80s) and there are ample towels and lounges available. The casino and the bathrooms, however, are dingy and long-in-the-tooth. The whole lobby/casino/bar area is dark and not particularly welcoming, which may cause someone simply stopping in to rethink staying at the property.
The Wi-Fi: Slow at best, non-existent at worst. OF COURSE, there's an "upgrade" fee and I didn't trust it enough to take the chance. The "Business Center": If you have stayed at nearly any hotel, anywhere, a business center is standard, even in small - or boutique, or independent, or chain or budget - properties. This can be a dedicated room, as in larger, often chain hotels, or a lone computer with a small printer, as was the case in a recent boutique hotel I visited in Puerto Rico. When I inquired at the desk - Spirit Airlines has now taken to having customers print out boarding passes prior to hitting the airport, since doing so at the terminal will be an additional $10 - the clerk, who had the personality of wet newspaper, indicated a pay-as-you-go internet kiosk. I informed him I simply needed to print out my boarding pass and some passes for the Neon Museum. He literally pointed at the kiosk at the kiosk again without saying anything. Seriously, Days Inn? The fees start at $10 to get 15 minutes, which is certainly enough time to do some printing, but the level of cheapness, even at a cheap hotel, is just tacky. Also, that kiosk is located immediately inside the door, in the smoky, dark lobby, a few feet from the first row of slots in the casino. Casino/Bar: As mentioned in the "Like" section, this is where dreams go to die: smoky, dark and filled with folks who don't look as if gambling is something they need to be doing at this point on the timeline. It seems most of the complaints I read prior to making this booking centered around this space, and most of these are (sadly) true. There's just a general malaise that hangs in area, so much so that I took a picture of the cigarette burned toilet paper dispenser in the women's restroom and posted it on social media. You don't need to see that actual photo to get the grossness of that particular picture.
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