Circus Circus Hotel & Casino
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We stayed in the Skyrise Tower for a week and were disappointed, but accepting of our room. Yes, the room was a classic old room and was clean and the maid service was great. They were very friendly and it was nice to be greeted with a hello when you passed their cart. So, if you are looking for a basic room with free parking (something that is getting rare in Las Vegas) you may find Circus Circus acceptable. I say may because we had several minor problems that distracted us from enjoying our stay to the fullest.First, I messaged the hotel just after we booked and mentioned it was my wife's birthday and our 15th wedding anniversary. On top of that, I asked for a refrigerator for medical reasons and got a welcoming response and that they would provide a refrigerator at no charge (found out afterwards they normally charge $20 a day for a mini-fridge).So, after check-in we discovered no mini-fridge (we made due with a Styrofoam cooler and ice). Our air conditioner, when set to 60 degrees-constant fan kept the room in the mid 70s which was fine, except it shows the AC is overdue for work. Another surprise to us, was the lack of a coffee maker or any information binder/pamphlets. We travel a bit and except for economy motels like Motel 6, coffee makers have been in every room we have had for years. I also cannot remember the last time we didn't have a room with information about the hotel, local food options, and recommended attractions. It may not be a big deal, but our vacation changed to Vegas due to hurricane Irma so we were looking for that information to guide us.Outside our room, the pool with its water-slides are a welcome break, the food options were ok, but expensive and the free circus shows are a nice way to pass time if it wasn't for the plastic seats being so worn and uncomfortable we left after sitting just 5 minutes.In my opinion, Circus Circus is a good choice if you like to drive and see a wide area. It is in a central location, offers free parking, and nice pool for the afternoon heat. If you want more than that, you should check a few other places.
When I tell you we were awakened in the worse way ever, I could not make this up!The room we were placed in was RIGHT NEXT TO the house keeping area (my guess is this is where the employees meet before their shift & drink large loads of coffee and then have a the loudest conversations while trying to talk over each other)...I almost lost my mind considering we had been up celebrating our anniversary. The manager I spoke with sounded really annoyed that we called to be moved, but changed our room anyway. The next day we took a long hard stare at the most ancient tv ever, a fat back in the year 2017! and for a hotel boasting over 3,700 rooms, you would think they wanted their customers to go swimming...there is standing room only at the smallest pool on the strip! Seriously, if you get the manor bring a friend, it doesn't look that safe. If people couldn't get in to the hotel, they JUST WAIT BY THE DOOR!
My girlfriend and I checked in no issues there. We were to stay in the circus circus manor which sounds great (self high five for upgrading) After what seemed like a walking tour of the hotel we arrived at our room. The room was nothing like the pictures. The cleaners had done a half asked job, there was lipstick and makeup on the pillows. The room stunk of stale cigar smoke. The bathroom had a dirty floor. The sink wasn't clean. An all round disgusting experience. One quick call to the front desk demanding an upgrade actually went well. For an extra $10 per night we could stay in the tower. The room was slightly better but nothing to shout about. The casino is old and dated. It doesn't look like the place has been decorated since it's opened. The carpets were worn! It's also at the end of the strip. If you want my advise, pay more and stay at the Venetian.
Me and my partner returned from this hotel yesterday and we couldn't fault it, the staff was very friendly and the hotel was spotless! Only downside is it's quite far away from the strip but there's a bus stop right outside the hotel which takes you to the strip within 5 minutes which is very cheap! Pool area was large and clean and sunbeds was always available. Overall great stay and will definitely be returning.
This place is old, dirty, and run down. One of the elevators was not working and the wait to go up or down could take 15+ minutes. One of two cash registers in the deli was not working, resulting in slow ordering. Food was not good. OMany stores and amusements were not open. Checkout was at 10am and the maid started knocking on the door at 8am to clean the room -- and twice more before we left at 9:45 am. There was one benefit -- the room was cheap -- but I would not recommend this place at all.
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- 3,772 rooms in 5 multi-level towers
- 7 restaurants
- 6 lounges
- 3 swimming pools (1 heated)
- Children's pool
- Beauty salon
- 3 Casinos
- Race & Sports Book
- Shopping promenade
- Valet laundry service (fee)
- 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
- Carnival midway featuring free live circus acts every 1/2 hour
- Wedding chapel
- Golf nearby
- Parking (fee)
Tower Rooms include:
- 1 king or 2 queen beds
- Cable TV with pay-per-view movies
- Wireless internet
- In-room safe (fee)
- Full bathroom
- Max occupancy 4 persons
Note: At least one person per room must be 21 years of age or older to check-in at this hotel.
Kid's Deals - Kids under 17 stay for free; pay a special rate including airfare and transfers when sharing a room with an adult using existing bedding.
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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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