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Stayed in Vegas before at other hotels and this one by far is the worst. Poor customer service, so slow with everything, just really crappy all around. The most middle class experience of my life, will avoid this hotel as long as I live. Hotels I've stayed at in China are better options. So low class.
Here for a week in record temperatures Checking in was a slow process. Not many people working on the front desk and a queue of guests waiting to check in. However, once at checkin desk the process was quick. I didn't realise how big the hotel was and how far the walk was to our roomRoom was large and cool We had breakfast at the Cravings Buffett good value for $20 each. Enough food to last you all day. Quality was very goodWe had one meal at the steakhouse within the complex. That was an excellent mealOur main bar of choice was the centre bar. Waitresses were all really attentive and quickThere were loads of different bars to choose from within the complexAll the staff we met were very pleasant and helpful. Taxis to Fremont cost around $20 each wayThanks for a super week
i was here mostly for work but had a chance to tour the property. the rooms have been renovated since years ago and i am impressed! modern and edgy :) front desk was very professional but fun and personable! definitely will continue to send my clients here
My husband and I booked our first trip to Las Vegas and booked with The Mirage. It's an absolutely beautiful hotel/casino and I will definitely consider staying here again in the future. The pool is guests only which is nice, and when you're in the water you have ample room and aren't cramped next to another swimmer which in my mind is a huge perk. The only issue is finding seats. It seems like they block off a section of chairs for guests to use either in the instance there are private events or if there are private events. You literally pay for EVERYTHING in this hotel. There are no mini fridges in the rooms, unless it's for the mini bar experience in which case you need a code from the front desk and will be charged for. They also charge you separately if you want a mini fridge and will be more than happy to deliver one to you. It could just be me being new to Vegas and really isn't that big of a deal because you can just put ice in the sink and put leftovers or drinks there. Not much interaction with the staff unless they were bar tenders or servers (in which case they were pretty friendly).
Six of us stayed at the Mirage June 18-20, 2017. 45 minute wait to check in, which seemed to be a normal thing there. Check in process is very confusing regarding fees, taxes, charge card charges, charge card holds, etc. We've been home for 3 days and are still scratching our head trying to figure out what we actually paid for and how. The rooms were decent, fairly clean. Our room had a view of the roof. The vents in the room had big dust balls on them from not being cleaned. AC worked good. Beds were on the soft side with indentations on each side, so if you didn't sleep in just the right spot you leaned toward the low spot. Don't even think about touching the fridge or the snacks on the table. Apparently, each item in the fridge has a sensor and if the item is even moved, you are charged a $50 restocking fee, on top of the charge for the item which is 7 times the price at Walgreens across the street. You won't see the sign until you have opened the fridge and moved something. Very deceitful !! I expected more from a hotel like this. The casino was nice but smelled of heavy incense. Why? A couple of us did quite well on the Wheel of Fortune slots. Ate at LVB burgers, and California Pizza. Both were delicious but LVB seemed overpriced for what you got. The location and proximity of other hotels nearby was good. You can walk right out of the Mirage and in to Ceasars Palace next door. We economized a little and had meals at Denny's, Mcdonalds and Chipotle across the street. Walgreens also had good deli sandwiches at reasonable prices. We didn't visit the pool. They had several clothing shops and a small general store, but ridiculously overpriced to the point of being offensive. A real turn off. Next time we will probably try somewhere else.
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- 2,100 rooms
- 5 restaurants
- Food court including: Burger King, Quizno's Subs, Pizza Hut Express and more
- Fitness & Spa centre
- Beauty salon
- Business center
- 100,000 square ft. Casino
- Variety of shops
- 3 ongoing shows - 'Splash', 'An Evening at La Cage' and 'Crazy Girls - Las Vegas' Sexiest Topless Revue'
- Le Bistro Theatre featuring live entertainers
- Riviera Comedy Club
- Wedding chapel
- Golf nearby
- 2 double beds
- Cable TV
- In-room safe (fee)
- Full bathroom
- Max occupancy 4 persons
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RivieraLas Vegas,United States
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3400 Las Vegas Blvd. S., Las Vegas, NV 89109-8923
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