Mardi Gras Hotel & Casino
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Got a good rate through Hotwire.I wasn't expecting much as the price was fairly good.There was one guy who was great as was the lady in the restaurant.Wifi was fine the entire time, that was the most frustrating as a tourist I rely on this for uber etc..... as hotel is off strip. Most of the staff especially at check out did not really care of the frustrations.Rooms are big but they are quite dirty. You can see the filth in all the corners. I mean as long as you know what to expect it's fine.
We checked 10/13/17 first room first bed had a bug and crumbs on the entire sheet and the second bed crumbs on the sheets and it smelled like urine also the ref was not cleaned. Called front tonlet them they sent over housekeeping they admitted the room was a refresh which means was never cleaned for a new person. They moved us to a different room second room beds were clean and ref. When I was in the bathroom after taking a shower notice the vent was not cleaned and bug fell on me in the shower a spider I believe. Went to talked to front desk he said he was a manager on duty names dom told him regarding issues he said we can move again or check out in a very rude way and not get our money back really. So in the morning after having a free breakfast for the first dirty room from the housekeeper only worth 9.00 per person and there is only two of us. Talked to Susie told her everything that happened and only got half off for one night. What a horrible experience will not ever stay there again. Not worth the money they don't care I should of have got a full refund.
I accidentally booked the wrong dates and rebooked with plenty of time...BUTMardi Gras still charged me for the first date. Despite contacting them by email...it's still remains. Rooms are good size, but really need updating!
This is exactly what you would expect of off the strip cheap no frills lodging. This was the second time I have stayed here. The rooms are worn out, the furniture is beat up, but – it’s reasonably clean and pretty spacious. The location offers a perfect jumping point for the convention center. It’s a five minute walk to the South hall. The restaurant is actually pretty good, and priced right. The bar was as smoky as a forest fire, but at least the beers weren’t ten bucks like everywhere else. If you do get thirsty for a ten dollar beer and a little more glitz, they run a shuttle to the strip until 10pm, and it’s close enough that cab fare wouldn’t be too bad if you missed the last shuttle. It’s also only a 10 minute walk to the monorail at the convention center.
I booked this hotel through Hotwire last minute. I wanted a hotel within walking distance of the convention center for Pack Expo. It is one block away. The Hotwire website identified this hotel as comparable to Embassy Suites, Four Points Sheraton, or Doubletree. You book blind on these sites, and it came back with a $24/night rate. I truly thought I would need to sleep with the light on and pull the sheets off of the bed. THIS IS NOT THE CASE. My room was large with a separate living room, refrigerator, flat screen television, comfortable bed, ample hot water, air conditioning that was cold, and clean. The food was great and reasonably priced. Tim C. and Janelle were outstanding in customer service. I had a steak sandwich for lunch that was a full charbroiled New York Strip on a hoagie roll with lettuce, tomato, and onion. Without the roll, it would have been comparable to any dinner NY Strip served with a baked potato. The hotel is certainly not comparable to the Venetian, Bellagio, Ritz, Hilton, Intercontinental, etc., but it is good, clean, and amazingly priced. The hotel has a free shuttle for airport transfers as well as transfers to the Strip. My room was comparable to a Holiday Inn Select, and the actual hotel design is very similar to the Westward Passage (formerly Holiday Inn) in Charlotte Amalie, St. Thomas, USVI. (before Irma)… I will stay here again when on business at a Convention Center event. It really doesn’t make sense to stay elsewhere if I’m really going to Vegas for business. They do have a casino. I played $5 on slots…but for me, this was a great deal, and the employees were really gracious. My breakfast waffle was great as well. If you are going on business or just plan to be in the area, I recommend this hotel. Remember my subject line… This is not Mandalay Bay, but it’s clean, safe, comfortable, and with good food and great employees. On business, that’s all I really care about when I sleep.
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- 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
- Shuttle to Las Vegas Strip and airport
- Laundry facilities
- Meeting rooms
- 440 square feet
- Bar-Work area
- In-room Coffee service
- Hair dyer
- Iron & Ironing Board
- Cable TV
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Mardi Gras Hotel & CasinoLas Vegas,United States
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3500 Paradise Rd, Las Vegas, NV 89169-3611
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