Rio All-Suite Hotel & Casino
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Now that I know people are listening, let me share my experience at The Rio. I have always enjoyed myself at The Rio. I would start my day next door at The Gold Coast Hotel. They have a great breakfast buffet at a good price, if you're a B Connect players club member. I used to eat a coffee and almond croissant at a little bakery/cafe The Rio used to have a few years ago, but the got rid of it. They didn't ask me, or I would've told them to keep it. However, I eat all of my other meals at The Rio. I eat lunch at the food court/deli next to the Sportsbook. They have a variety of food to choose from. I get something to eat, buy a drink, and enjoy a game... or two.For dinner, I eat at the All-American Cafe. I always order the same thing-prime rib with mash potatoes and asparagus-because it's so good and I don't want anything else. But my other family members say, what they've eaten is good as well. After dinner, I hit the tables. The action is centrally located, so the excitement and energy is concentrated in the center of the casino. As a regular card player, I can tell you, I've always felt that I've gotten a fair shake at The Rio... I've won quite a bit and lost my fair share as well, but never felt cheated and had a GREAT TIME in the process. At 3am, when I go to bed, I get to go back to one of the largest STANDARD rooms in Las Vegas. I love all the space, the comfortable bed, the spacious couch with a coffee table and TV. You can practically have a party in your room, but why would you with all of the action downstairs. The ONLY thing I don't like about The Rio is that it's not on the strip and if it wasn't such a long and complicated walk to get to the strip, it wouldn't be such a big deal. Furthermore, I hate paying $20-25 for a taxi, every time I want to go somewhere else. There is a free trolley to other Ceasars casinos, but it's like waiting for the city bus, and I don't like taking the city bus.
Large rooms but dated. The space is wasted. Paint peeling on the hotel exterior. Paper cups in a $200+ per night room? Comon! The hotel needs a makeover. On the upside the Vodoo restaurant is good and has a great view of the Strip.
Had to call the front desk for a few issues such as cost of WiFi, absence of coffee maker, and a broken lamp. The representative was very rude!The hotel was not cleaned thoroughly, and again, did not have even a coffee maker!Plus, I could often hear the noise from the next room, which means the building quality isn't very good.
Every light fixture I've seen in this place is damaged or broken. Walking down my hallway there was not one light that was not damaged . Which got me curious so I explored other hallways and different floors even, all lights in the hallways were damaged, missing or crunched light shades, no shades at all. I signed up for a tour, so I wanted to buy sun screen since TSA didn't allow me to bring any. I went to the store and bought a small tube, a bottled water, and a soft drink , total $25 bucks. Outrages. I like to play Texas Hold Em here they manipulated the game to a way that at minimum your playing with $30 a hand. So for 100 bucks you get to play 3 hands of poker. No other table is available. Good luck but I'm not staying here again and I come every year.
The A/C wasn't working properly and the room was warm even though the temperature was set on 60. Over the 3 days when I stayed, I attended some meetings but then came back and worked in the room. During that time I experienced extreme body aches and headache and loss of appetite. I was convinced I was coming down with something serious. The last time I felt like that was when I was coming down with pneumonia years ago. I couldn't sleep from the joint pain and ended up heading to the airport 6 hours early just for a chance in scenery ( because wireless wifi also did not work in my room ) and I could at least get work done at the airport. Within a matter of five hours or so I realized that my headache was gone and all my body aches disappeared. I am convinced that whatever was blowing through that vent was toxic. I also experienced a persistent burning feeling in my face and kept rinsing my face with cold water and that also disappeared once I left the resort for awhile. So I would caution you about staying there. I was in the Magestic tower and I was there for a conference and a number of people had complained about the A/C. Im not sure if that is true of the rest of the resort but I will never return there!!
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).
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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
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- 2,500 suites in one 20-storey tower and one 51-storey tower
- 2 buffets - International and Seafood
- 10 restaurants including American fine dining with French flair, Asian, Northern Indian Cuisine, Italian, Mexican, Steakhouse, French-Creole Cafe and for more casual dining an Italian Deli & Market or 24 hour Cafe
- Irish pub
- Wine Cellar & Tasting Room
- Rio's famous 'Ipanema Beach' with real sand beaches at the edge of a tropical lagoon, cascading waterfalls and 5 swimming pools
- 5 jacuzzi-style spas
- 120,000 square ft. Casino
- Race & Sports Book
- Masquerade Village Shops - 60,000 square ft. shopping extravaganza
- Rio Spa & Salon with fitness center
- VooDoo Lounge with live music and dancing
- 'Chippendales' - Male revue
- 'Showgirls' - Female revue
- Masquerade Show in the Sky - free show daily
- 3 wedding chapels
- Rio Secco Golf Club
- Complimentary shuttle service between Rio and Harrah's
- 600 square ft. of spacious luxury
- 1 king or 2 queen beds
- 32 inch TV
- Wireless internet
- Floor to ceiling windows with panoramic views
- Lounge area with with couch, table & chairs
- In-suite refrigerator
- In-room safe
- Iron & ironing board
- Separate vanity & dressing area
- Full bathroom
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Rio All-Suite Hotel & CasinoLas Vegas,United States
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3700 West Flamingo Rd., Las Vegas, NV 89103-4043
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