Nov 20, 2010
They use some kind of cloying sweet scent in their air circulation. I'm not convinced its better than the straight cigarette smoke -- both give me a headache. The 'suites' are basically slightly larger than normal hotel rooms, with three steps to separate the bed area from the sofa area. The shops in the canal are fun to browse through. If you're not into clothes and shoes, there's still the mask shop and I think a few others that might be interesting.Was this review helpful?
Feb 13, 2011
Gorgeous. Like most everything in vegas, the shopping is very expensive. Have fun trying to get around. Go in with a plan.Was this review helpful?
Oct 5, 2011
Great room for the price. Spacious, 3 TVs, massive bathroom. The room itself was a bit not the dark-side, and the bed-side lights could only be operated from one side the bed and not the other, bizarre. The hotel layout is probably marginally less confusing than other hotels along the strip (definitely better than the MGM Grand), it didn't take too long to navigate to our room. Our problem with the place was the customer service. House-keeping 'forgot' to clean our room on one of the days, so I called front-desk to complain. I had no apology, they didn't seem to give a crap. That left a bad taste. Oh, and it's probably worth 'bribing' the front-desk with $20 to obtain a 'complimentary' upgrade. That'll likely get you a south-facing (i.e., more light) view of the strip rather than the back of the hotel.Was this review helpful?
Feb 23, 2011
One of the better places to be on the strip. Excellent experience inside and out. Rooms here are some of the most exquisite real estate with matching west side views. Even better at the Pallazzo.Was this review helpful?
Jan 18, 2012
One of those uniquely Vegas experiences that you wouldn't see anywhere. In between the waterway, the gondolas, the shops, dining and perpetual daytime ceiling, it's quite an experience.Was this review helpful?