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This is the worse hotel in which I have ever stayed and I have travelled a LOT and I'm *not* fussy! It started as we arrived at a ramshackle 7/11 store amongst a scene of social deprivation, filth and "section 8 housing" I think the taxi driver called it. It was like out of a film, not like UK council housing, I mean run down squalor, filth and complete danger. I was warned to not venture into that 7/11 no matter what.So I checked in and after 28 hours travelling I asked for a quiet room. I was told "I don't know what your neighbours will be like". Now what kind of scripted pre-thought out nonsense is that? I guess they've had so many complaints about the paper walls and ceilings, that they've decided to shift the onus onto others. There's nothing wrong with their rooms y'see, any noise is the fault of others. So, no effort was made and I got to my room and was beyond appalled. Bally's for the same money was wonderful, but this place? A hole.Dated back to the eighties I would guess, a miserable and dirty room with a mini bath, still the same one from the initial build which was filthy and grotty beyond the pale. The decor was disgraceful. Just incredible. The bed was clean and comfy though! No fridge or anything of use, but you do get an erected ironing board and iron from 1982 as part of the furniture.The TV, well, old. Just news. Nothing else. Pathetic. The view out of my window? Rusty generators on the roof and a multi-storey car park. Pic attached.So the Wi-Fi? Forget it, for $24.99 a night via Vegas' filthy resort fees (resort!) did not work. Well, it did for Facebook, slowly. But playing a youtube video? No, screw you, lag, buffer, lag. Did you think $25 a night might entitle you to normal Internet. No.To the shower stood in that thing. No hot water. Unbelievable. I got out, packed my things, and walked out at 06:00 in the morning, not due to leave for Bally's until 11:00. I could not stand to stay a minute longer. Before that I had waited 30 minutes for the cocktail waitress to bring me a Heineken when there was maybe 10 people in the casino.I went up the Tower the day before and everything's just so old and dated, plus contrary to what I read, they now charge residents to go up.If you want to be out in the sticks with panhandlers in a hotel on the grounds of crime scene housing, with crappy facilities and staff who are proficient with excuses (but will offer for you to keep your plastic key card as a "free" souvenir of your nightmare) then go here.Vile.
We were told our room was unavailable so they attempted to "upgrade us". But the room that had alleged views had views of the parking lot and was dirty. There were ashes all over the floor, the bed was unmade, the tabletops were sticky, and the trashcan was in pieces. Its like someone was smoking in the room b/c it smelled funny. When we complained, guest services never came to the room to see the state of it, so we had to go to the front desk and they "upgraded" us to a "better floor" with the same subpar view. Once we got off the elevator, the entire floor smelled like marijuana. When we complained, they febreezed the hallway. This hotel was awful. I will never come again.
After many visits to Sin City, this was the first time at the Stratosphere. We were there for the Rat City Rukkus car show and just to have a good fun weekend and boy did we!! We went to the observation deck and what a view, and those crazy rides left this old guy with his heart pounding!! We are already planning another visit later this year. We both highly recommend it...
We came to do the Sky Jump. It bit windy so we called ahead of time to make sure it was running. It was at the time but I left my number and they assured me they would call if it closed down. Well, it did and they never called. We wasted $30 in Lyft fees and the only thing the employees could do was say they were sorry and refund money. Nothing for the inconvenience. Boo customer service. Can't recommend them.
Staff was friendly enough. Our room was very spacious and clean, just seemed a little outdated, Long lines to check-in. Great restaurants inside property. Gotta have the banana split at Roxy's! We made our way to the top of the tower for some great views but opted out of the crazy amusement rides hanging off the side of the roof.
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StratosphereLas Vegas,United States
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2000 Las Vegas Boulevard South, Las Vegas, NV 89104-2507
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