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Stayed with kids. Pool was good enough for kids. Little small but wasn't bad at all.
Easier to watch kids.
Stayed in the cheapest room this time and was large enough for 4.
Stayed in other type last year and that was very large with...More
I didn't know what to expect as it was my first time in Vegas. What a great experience.
The hotel was in a great location, fairly central to most things. All amenities were good. It's easy to get lost in these places! The restaurants were...More
Great hotel at a great rate next to everything you want to do. Theres tons to dobinside the hotel as they offer a great show in mystere and theres a great party atmosphere at khaunahville senor frogs and gilleys. When we went theree was a...More
Sunday through Thursdays you can catch some great deals. Rooms from $40 to $70 a night on the strip. The nice thing about T.I, is the shuttle pretty much drops you off at the front door and you don't have to walk a mile to...More
We went to Vegas on a Last Minute spontaneous 3 day trip and Ti had a great deal with 2 tickets to Mystere + extra offers that we couldn't pass up. Our last two trips we stayed at Ceasar's and Bellagio so wasn't sure what...More
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Agree with Scottishvisitors2016. We went over Christmas and paid about $35 dollars + tax per night. They say it is to cover things like the wi-fi and some coupens and access to the gyms etc. I think it is a back-door way of... More
Agree with Scottishvisitors2016. We went over Christmas and paid about $35 dollars + tax per night. They say it is to cover things like the wi-fi and some coupens and access to the gyms etc. I think it is a back-door way of increasing income, but I understand most hotels on the strip do it. A little bit similar, but different, if you get my meaning, to the city taxes you pay in Italian hotels.