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So many things wrong on so many levels. If I could give this place a MINUS five stars I would. After spending one night there we were attacked by bed bugs as you can see in the picture. The staff was rude and didn’t want...More
Went to vegas on a whim. This was the only reasonable place to stay. Room were ok the bathroom had alot of grab bars for the handicap, pretty deep tubs. Makes hard to get into tub/shower. showers are not good for people over 6'.low ceiling...More
First time we stayed at Fiesta Henderson and check in was quick and efficient. Rooms were reasonable and clean and beds were comfortable. No complaints. Few nice places to eat and casino has many machines. Pool area was nice but cool for our visit.
I agree with the reviewer who said amenities like a fridge and microwave in your room were extra. Also about being charged more for the buffet than stated on their signs. Luckily we flagged down the man giving out gambling cards, to get our discount....More
While traveling half way across the country I stopped in the Fiesta Henderson for a few hours sleep and was pleased overall with the accommodations. Relatively clean although a little dated, the room was exactly what I expected for under a hundred dollars a night....More
Fiesta Henderson sits on more than 46 acres in Henderson, Nevada, one of the Las Vegas Valley's fastest growing communities, and is located on Lake Mead Parkway, adjacent to the junction of I-95 and the …More215 Beltway. All rooms newly renovated in 2016! Less
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Response from Pamelia J | Reviewed this property |
The resort fee is usually like $12.95 a night. What I like about the Fiesta, which is pretty unique is that if you are given a comped room, it's really free - no resort fee, no taxes, nothing. A lot of other hotels will... More
The resort fee is usually like $12.95 a night. What I like about the Fiesta, which is pretty unique is that if you are given a comped room, it's really free - no resort fee, no taxes, nothing. A lot of other hotels will still charge you a resort fee, plus tax on comped rooms.