Circus Circus Hotel & Casino
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We stayed here because it was part of a good deal that included flight and hotel. You get what you pay for, because this hotel seems tired. I agree with other reviewers who disliked the cigarette smell, and there was also a sewage smell on and off.Very disappointed in the lack of coffee maker and mini fridge in the room. Why have a little store on site selling drinks if you can't chill them? The pool was also a disappointment, a long walk from the room and across a street. Plus the poolside bar was closed, seemed permanent. Did they want us to walk back and forth to the hotel every time we wanted a cold drink?The location is further down the Strip than most, but a bit of walking is a good idea anyway. A huge new Asian-themed resort is being constructed next door, so that could bode well for Circus Circus customers in a few years. The hop-on-hop-off bus has a stop right at the hotel for both routes - one goes to the Strip and the other goes to Fremont Street. Very convenient, recommend buying the 3-day pass to get the bonus night tour.We found the on-site restaurants too expensive, $20 for breakfast? $60 for a steak dinner? Instead we went to Denny's for breakfast, which is just across and down the street. And we had dinner on the Strip at different places.The arcade was amazing, so many games and some old-fashioned ones that brought back memories of fall fairs. I imagine parents go through a lot of money there! Nice little free acts in the arcade performance area - gymnasts, trapeze, etc. We didn't go to the rides at all.Overall it was fine, the staff was courteous and our room was large and clean (but the sitting area was very dark even with all the lamps on). Not much of a view, even though we were on the 15th floor. I wouldn't highly recommend this hotel, but I wouldn't discourage it either.
Those waiting in car at hotel registration were greeted with a man peeing on our vehicle. Upon check in we were offered a "upgrade" to the casino tower. Got to the room thought we stepped back to 1970. Dirty carpet wall paper peeling sunk down in the bed about a foot in the middle terrible smell in room. Asked to be moved rooms after some grief from the manager we moved to a room in west tower. More like the 80's. Room needs to be renovated. Checked all over town as it was last minute for Fri and Sat prices very high. Moved out Sunday to Venetian. If you like people smoking drinking and pushing strollers in a casino This is the place for you.
17/03/17-23/03/17 Upon arrival after a long flight,you're greeted at the lobby door by what my Wife thought was a doorman,don't be fooled he's time share.I new this after reading previous reviews,avoid anyone in beige,nothing in life is free.Onto checkin our room was run of house,the tour operator had said this would be the beast available room at the time,this was untrue.The person on checkin,Randy was very good and after conversation upgraded us to the Skyrise Tower,instead of the Manor.For all we upgraded the room was vey dated(scuffed dark brown furnishings) and average,though very clean 24th floor and a view of the strip.The bed was really comfy,the shower always hot,with plenty of hot water towels and toiletries.*First morning breakfast (and the last) at the hotel deli was acceptable,although not great.*Staff 5/5*Food the deli put us off 2/5*Circus acts 5/5*Hotel Shop Food prices 1/5*Now onto travel,go local 24hr pass $8 each you need exact change its great and safe,buy daily,bus has detailed display/also audible,and stops at all hotels on the strip.*Good food,good beer just across the road at the Pepper Mill,have your breakfast at Denny,you'll enjoy it.*Drinking water buy that first thing in the morning after breakfast $1 for 2 bottles against $3.49 for 1 bottle on the strip,we drank 6 bottles each per day,it was 92f and a very dry heat,lovely. Treasure Island Gilleys had great food at a good price and draught beer,not forgetting the cocktails.*Buy all your tips before travel we saved a small fortune,the Grand Canyon and Skywalk is a must buy plane or helicopter,whilst at the Canyon do stop at the Ranch,you've got ample time.Visit the Titanic, thats great.We did lots more including Rod Stewart at Caesars Palace,by staying at Circus Circus it aloud us to spend our hard earned cash on other things,not forgetting Fremont Street. For a base the hotel was great.
Our friends had a horrible experience while we were present. Circus Circus gave their room away EVEN THOUGH IT WAS ALREADY PAID FOR. When we asked to speak to the manager Roula she was already in a bad mood (actually everyone in that hotel was in a bad mood) we tried to ask what was going on and she yelled "YOU GUYS AREN'T GOING TO TELL AT ME." Nobody was yelling, we were trying to ask what the heck was going on. We got absolutely no answers, we got dirty looks, and we cancelled everything because we weren't going to get a room anyways and walked out. Thanks Circus Circus. NEVER EVER GOING BACK.
We were in town for a wedding at another venue on the strip. We chose Circus Circus Skyrise Tower for the kids to go to Adventuredome in our extra time. My sisters family stayed in the RV park and we got a room. As others stated the hotel is older but the rooms clean. Really low ceilings, absolutely no view in our room, peeling wallpaper, no exhaust fan and cracks sealed poorly in the shower but for the price it isn't a big deal. The pool was ideal for my budding swimmer. I did notice on 1st day there was spilled goldfish crackers outside the elevators to the pool and were not cleaned up until day 3. That is something that should be cleared multiple times per day as there were vending machines in the area too so a well trafficked spot. Hotel staff was friendly and accommodating in our requests. Glad we stayed at Circus Circus as the kids had a blast at the Adventuredome and Midway. The individual ride tickets were overpriced but the all day wristband was a great deal. Worked out well for us but no desire to go back to Vegas overall. 3 different hotels and besides Adventuredome we would be bored on the strip again with kids.
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- 3,772 rooms in 5 multi-level towers
- 7 restaurants
- 6 lounges
- 3 swimming pools (1 heated)
- Children's pool
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- Adventuredome Theme Park, an indoor, climate-controlled, year-round amusement park set on 5 acres of land, featuring rides, carnival games, acrobats, magicians & jugglers from around the world, attractions, shops & refreshments
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Circus Circus Hotel & CasinoLas Vegas,United States
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2880 Las Vegas Blvd S, Las Vegas, NV 89109-1138
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