Harrahs Laughlin Casino and Hotel
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This is our 3rd visit to Las Vegas. (we previously stayed at Treasure Island, Aria, and the old Imperial Palace which is now the Quad) We choose the upgraded room on the 24th or 25th floor since these two floors have private elevators. Upon check in we asked if there were any rooms available with a strip view. Luckily for us, the nice women gave us room 25066. The room was excellent (clean and spacious) and we were able to watch the Volcano erupt from our room every night. The strip view is gorgeous and if this is your first visit, I would recommend it. The room temperature was not as cool as I would have liked (even though we had the room temperature set at 55). Luckily, we visited in the fall so the outside temperature was in the 80s. We never complained to front desk since this typically can't be fixed. The pool was excellent but like all resorts, chairs were saved with towels. The Mirage actually removes towels after an hour if not occupied so I thought that was great. The drinks at the pool were pricey but hey what isn't in Vegas. We went to Cravings buffet for breakfast and dinner and it was good. Enjoyed the fact that beer and wine is an option with your meal.The location of the Mirage is what attracted to me it since you are close to all the large resorts. We play slots and were disappointed that we were not offered any drinks when we were playing. We didn't see many cocktail waitresses walking around. Most of them were serving the tables. That was my only complaint. I wish there were some quick serve places to grab a quick snack or breakfast without having to sit down for a meal. Our package had $50 pool credit and we had to charge the drinks to our room and then it would be removed. I had to ask at checkout for them to remove these charges so be aware that they may not be automatically removed. I don't think the quick checkout through the TV would have removed these charges. Overall, the Mirage was a great resort! It definitely is not the Aria but its well worth the money.
I have stayed at Mirage every Sept. for over 20 years. The pool is very pleasant with trees and grass. The cabana service is outstanding. Although I am not a high roller I am treated very well but do pay for all amenities. The cabana prices continue to increase and the amenities continue to decrease. Appears corporate bottom line is the driving force. It is similar at the Sports Bar. If you play video poker the drinks were free. Now you must play a minimum amount or no service. I love staying at the Mirage but corporate governance is decreasing the enjoyment.
This was my first (and probably last) trip to Vegas - this is not the place for me, but I will try not to let that cloud my judgement of the hotel.We had booked a tower room on the 24th floor - I can't tell you whether the extra cost was worth it because I didn't see a comparison. The floor has its own elevator - not necessary but certainly convenient. The first room view was a disappointing view of the flyover and Trump Tower but after night one we changed for a small extra price and had a view of the Strip and the volcano which I think was worth it. The first room was also quite tired - although the decor in the second room was identical it was just that bit fresher, although both had quite a dated and dark feel about them. Again, I have no comparison to other hotels in Vegas so I can't say if you will find better for the same price. Location wise the hotel was really convenient - we saw a show at the Rio and really appreciated the location of The Mirage after this. Having walked through a number of the hotels I thought the public areas in The Mirage were nothing to write home about, and in fact were somewhat gloomy and cramped. During our stay we tried a couple of the restaurants in the hotel - they were OK. We were staying at The Mirage as we had family who had already booked so I didn't compare it at all with other hotels. If you can get a good price to stay here then I would certainly say go for it, but I think there are probably nicer hotels out there -whether or not for the same money I couldn't tell you. I went to the pool area once - it was hard to find somewhere to sit as no one clears the towels away after guests have left so it looks like all loungers are taken. It is also incredibly cramped, but I guess you don't go to Vegas to lounge by the pool!
This was my third stay at this property and really enjoyed it. It is midway between most of the things we are interested in, so don't have to walk as far. You don't have to do as much walking to get to your room as most of the other resorts. We also like the tropical feel at the pool area when having breakfast. Good relaxing way to start your day.
We have visited the Mirage numerous times over the past ten years and have never been disappointed in our choice. During our most recent stay, we were most impressed by the international flavor of the guests. Citizens from around the world interacting and enjoying each other in the lobby, elevators, restaurants, clubs and most of all, at the beautiful and exotic pool. Our room was spacious, well furnished and meticulously maintained. The restaurants offered affordable choices in casual as well as fine dining settings, the clubs exploded with excitement, and the casino had something for everyone. The Mirage is centrally located on the strip and within walking distance of most major casinos.Getting back to the pool........indescribably beautiful!!!!!!
Vacations packages include round-trip flights, accommodations, round-trip transfers (unless outlined below) to and from the hotel, and tourist cards (if required, unless outlined below).
If selecting an all-inclusive resort option, the package will also include the all-inclusive features as outlined by each resort.
Items not included:
- Travel insurance (mandatory if traveling to Cuba)
- Tourist cards ($10USD)if traveling to Dominican Republic with Sunwing Airlines
- Departure taxes ($20USD) if traveling to Dominican Republic with Sunwing or Signarture Vacations
- Hotel transfers for packages with WestJet to USA (with exception to Honolulu)
- Hotel transfers for packages to Europe
- Items of a personal nature
- 1500 Rooms
- 2 pools overlooking the Colorado River, incl. 1 adults only pool
- 6 restaurants
- 2 bars/nightclubs
- Fitness centre (fee)
- Spa (fee)
- Tour desk
- Wedding chapel
- Laundry facilities
- Business centre
- Internet (fee)
- Golf nearby
- A/C & ceiling fan
- Mini-bar (fee)
- Hair dryer
- Alarm clock
- Iron/ironing board
- Complimentary toiletries
- One king or two queen beds
- Near the pool area and casino
- Maximum of 4 adults
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Harrahs Laughlin Casino and HotelLas Vegas,United States
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3400 Las Vegas Blvd. S., Las Vegas, NV 89109-8923
Some restaurants may be open for certain meals only and limited visits may apply. Reservations required and dress code in effect for a la carte restaurants. Time restrictions may apply for water sports.
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