Monte Carlo Resort & Casino
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Decent hotel close to lots of activity. No clock or alarm in room. Booked through Southwest Vacations and knew going in that package did not include $30.00 per day resort fee. That is crazy, it should be included in room price. Also, pool was closed and no resort activity used or wanted, just a place to sleep. Nice to have a tram that travels to Bellagio. Food was just fair in hotel.
Arrived on Thursday night a bit late past 10 pm and there was a line to check-in. When we arrived to the 25 floors the carpet in the entire hallway is in desperate need to be changed. Had bumps that you had to maneuver your luggage so it wouldn't get stuck. Oue reservation was for a upgraded rooms with one king room and to our surprise we had to queen beds, my husband call and they told him that they had to king that evening that the next day we would be changed. When we enter the bathroom the tub had mildew all around it, we took pictures as it was bad, missing floor mat. The next morning my husband went to the front desk at 10 am and they told him no clean room yet available, to give them our cell and they would call us when ready. At 4 pm we called and they said to be at the hotel before 6 pm to switch us, we ran back to the hotel from the convention we were attending to get new room. Our new room was on 30th floor was a king and the bathroom did not have mildew and for the inconvenience they credit us $50 to be used in the restaurants at the hotel. THey dont have many choices for good sit down restaurant, they have a couple of fast food eating places and starbuck. On our last day at the Monte Carlos we went to the buffet restaurant for breakfast to make use of the credit for the inconvenience of the room and mildew. To our surprise when we check-out there was no credit, once again my husband explained and showed the agent the picture of the black mildew of the bathroom on our first room, she did credit us at that moment the $50. Definitely the Monte Carlos needs to update their facilities the carpeting in the hallways is a must urgently on the 25th floor. Will think twice in selecting the Monte Carlo Resort for another stay.
We stayed at the Monte Carlo because we were comped room for two nights. We decided to upgrade to a suite for a small charge. When we arrived we had to wait in line for over 30 minutes for them to tell us our room was not ready. Warren at the bellhop desk was very accommodating. When we can back to check in we had to wait again and the lady was not very nice. We were coming for my wife's birthday and they could care less to make it special. The suite is very basic, clean, and in need of updating. The casino floor had everything you need and I like to play at smaller hotels because I feel like you have a better chance to win. The sportsbook is small and reruns of games in but very easy to get a bet in, $100 bet = one drink coupon. For Vegas standards I feel it is a three star hotel but in another town it would be a four star. I'm sure it will look a lot nicer once it's renovated and they could start doing all the little things that need to be done. The resort fee is BS at any hotel but when you can't use the pool it's not a resort it's just a hotel.
We booked two rooms at the Monte Carlo Oct 21-24th. Rooms were fair size. No refrigerator or coffee maker. The bathrooms in both rooms had what looked like black mold growing in the tub caulking, faucet handles and around the base of the tub. They heavily use chlorine at this hotel so I don't understand why they couldn't bleach out the caulking. The water smelled like bleach as did the bed linens. Housekeeping will only change the sheets if you call down and request. But even then, don't count on it getting done.It's kind of nice having a little convenience store located right by the elevators. Problem is they don't put prices on anything. You find out how much it is when you go to buy it...$13 for one medium size water and one can of Pabst beer. I asked the checker why there are no prices and she said, "because the prices can change weekly". I guess it's a convenient way to screw the customers. If you want to save money there is a CVS right down from the Monte Carlo where you can get decent prices on drinks and food, etc.Even though the pool was closed due to construction the Hotel still charged the full resort fee. They said we could go use the pool at the MGM. How convenient. They also charge your credit card $150 for "incidentals" which will be credited back when you leave the hotel...if you haven't made room charges or damaged the room.Parking is $8/day. I don't believe I've ever paid to park at a Vegas hotel but maybe it's something new. My stay at the Best Western Casino Royal in May had free parking. By the way, the Best Western is a great hotel in a great location with super easy access to the Strip and parking garage. Clean rooms with coffee pots and refrigerator. I'll be returning there on my next visit...
We stayed here for two nights as part of an organised Route 66 tour, hence our check-in was easy as our tour guide had pre-arranged key pick up. This was the largest hotel we were staying in on the route and it certainly had a "wow" factor compared to the other hotels we stayed in. The lobby was all marble and huge with different sets of lifts to assigned floors but we found our room with no trouble. It was clean and nicely furnished with a view over the front of the hotel, which faced away from the strip. The hotel was in a good position on the strip, with the exit to the strip through the casino. It was the first time we had been in a casino so have nothing to compare it to, but we had a bit of a gamble on the slot machines! Sadly, there was no big win!After breakfast and a walk along the strip we decided to chill by the hotel pool for a little while. It was very busy and when we did manage to find some free sunbeds in the sunshine we had just about got ourselves settled when the pool was closed due to high winds!
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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
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- 3,002 rooms in one 32-storey tower
- 8 restaurants including: Brand Steak House & Andre's French Restaurant
- Food court
- 10 bars and lounges
- 24 hour room service (fee)
- 2 acre outdoor recreational area with 4 pools, waterfalls, a wave pool, lazy river ride, and sun decks
- Kids pool
- Health spa
- Fitness centre
- Beauty salon
- Valet laundry service (fee)
- Midway arcade
- 100,000 square ft. Casino
- 'Street of Dreams' - shopping promenade
- Shows including Blue Man Group and Zumanity by Cirque du Soleil
- Wedding chapel
- Tennis courts (night-lit)
- Golf nearby
- Parking and valet (fee)
- 1 king or 2 queen beds
- Cable TV with pay per view movies
- Internet access
- Iron & ironing board
- Full bathrooms
- Max occupancy 4 persons
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Monte Carlo Resort & CasinoLas Vegas,United States
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3770 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89109
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