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I, and a group of my friends, booked rooms weeks in advance for a relay race last weekending Vegas. We were traveling from out of town and were all in one van. We needed to be in a specific location for the start of our...More
Stayed at the Santa Fe for a work trip. Of course you have to walk thru the casino to get to the elevators. If you're a second hand smoke fan, you'll love this place. A haze covers the gaming areas as you walk to your...More
We were attending a special occasion dinner in the Charcol Room and decided since it would be running late we would get a room for the night. The room was just a standard King room, but it was clean and comfortable. The associates at the...More
No mini-fridge. No microwave. Not enough plug outlets. No movies on these t.v.'s! All news, politics or poker. Not everyone comes here to gamble or get wasted! We're here as a couple: him for work, me to hang-out (which is really lame here). Never returning....More
The positive first: Beautiful pool
The negatives: Staff poorly trained, not friendly, and really not helpful at all.
Internet, the slowest and poorest connection speeds on the planet!
5+ minutes to load a basic web page - which makes the resort fee
a complete joke....More
This hotel is a "locals" hotel. It is off-strip and a bit on the outskirts of town. These casino/hotels tend to have a little more payoff on their slots. They also tend to be more accomodating towards families and a little... More
This hotel is a "locals" hotel. It is off-strip and a bit on the outskirts of town. These casino/hotels tend to have a little more payoff on their slots. They also tend to be more accomodating towards families and a little less frantic in atmosphere