At first, I thought it would be uncomfortable to stay here, and then the staff assured me that it was very comfortable with lots of amenities within the pyramid itself. It's like a real town. The service was very good, and I'm sure that someday I will for stay longer with more money, since it is expensive to see so many attractions. It was a pleasure being there, but it was a business trip.
The exterior is much more impressive (it looks like Merlin's castle), than the interior where, as one would expect, the casino is located. Excalibur is one of the best known hotels in Las Vegas. With its colourful towers, its drawbridge entrance with Merlin's statue, it is essential to see it when you walk through Las Vegas.
Opened in 1999 with a parade of Harley-Davidsons, this hotel, operated by the MGM group, cost nearly a billion dollars and has over 3,300 rooms and 24 restaurants. It is a typical Caribbean hotel, with guests in flip flops, and a relaxed atmosphere. This is where Miss Universe took place in 2010. A free monorail connects it to the Luxor and Excalibur hotels. The top 5 floors of the building are operated by the Las Vegas Four Seasons Hotel. The property has 4.5 acres of artificial beaches and two thermal pools, a wave pool and an artificial river complete with waterfall. It has a saltwater aquarium with sharks (the 3rd largest water tank in the USA). It costs $17 to visit.
Surely, one of the world's greatest hotels. From the outside it is really impressive with its recreation of the American city skyscrapers and even a replication of the Statue of Liberty. And inside does not disappoint, especially with the area looking exactly like New York, with its shops and restaurants and places to have a walk.
Just a stone's throw from the famous Las Vegas Strip and its dozens of casinos, The Americas Best Value Inn at 167 Tropicana Avenue is a tasteful and affordable place to stay while exploring Vegas. It manages to be quiet and relaxing but only 10-15 minutes away from all of the city's main sights. The hotel is simple but comfortable and the clean and relatively spacious rooms have two double beds. The hotel also has a small pool and the reception is very nice (they'll store your baggage for free if you have an evening flight). A real good place to just $30.00 a night for 4.
Located a bit off the Strip on Tropicana Avenue, the Hooters Casino Hotel is one of the major casinos in of Las Vegas and one of the most famous as well. I must say that Hooters is known throughout the United States to create bars where the waitresses are only a few (very few!) who are dressed especially sexy and ready to set the mood in the bars of the group. The casino is no exception to the rule, as waitresses and croupiers wear only small orange short shorts, very short and very tight, which is far from displeasing to most gentlemen present, of course! We love the place anyway, friendly, and many restaurants. At night, between midnight and 6 am, the ribs are 25 cents each, which is perfect after returning from a night of madness in Vegas, it's a great idea! :)
The hotel was built in 1972 and remodeled in 2007, so it has excellent facilities with a modern design. The rooms are very clean, and the hotel is close to the Thomas and Mack Convention Center, as well as the airport. The casinos and a wide range of restaurants are a short walk away. It has everything you need to be able to relax.
I was here a few years ago-Unparalleled beauty, a spectacular jungle with wild sounds and wonderful sights ... The place is perfect for spending a quiet time and relaxing in the middle of nowhere surrounded by nature.
Nylon is my 2nd choice of accommodation in Mandalay, for $ 8 you get a room with private bathroom. The hotel has 5 floors, and the higher the floor the more expensive and better equipped the room. Best of all is the breakfast on the 5th floor, on the roof, with good coffee and an airy place.