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The Quad Resort & Casino Located next to Flamingo

The Quad Resort & Casino Located next to Flamingo

3535 Las Vegas Blvd South
Las Vegas, NV US 89109 Map It

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  • This hotel is right in the middle of the Las Vegas strip.

    02/04/2011

    I always stay at this hotel because they are so nice and the rooms are good. it is right in the middle, so i can walk either way and see ...

    I always stay at this hotel because they are so nice and the rooms are good. It is right in the middle, so I can walk either way and see everything.

  • Nice location on the strip

    02/04/2011

    Our room was ready when we arrived. the hotel staff was friendly and helpful. the imperial palace is located in the middle of the strip and is one of the ...

    Our room was ready when we arrived. The hotel staff was friendly and helpful. The Imperial Palace is located in the middle of the strip and is one of the stops for the Monorail.

  • Great hotel if you looking for a place to sleep

    02/04/2011

    If your looking for a place to sleep.... this is the right hotel for you. i would not req. this hotel if your looking to have romantic vac w/ girl ...

    If your looking for a place to sleep.... this is the right hotel for you. I would not req. this hotel if your looking to have romantic vac w/ girl or wife. I used hotel with a couple of buddys of mine and had no problems during our stay. Cheap nightly rates.

  • Loud, congested, not a relaxing visit

    02/04/2011

    Restaurants were very good, but extremely loud. i suppose this would be a great place for young folks, but i would definetly not return. in fact, we cut our trip ...

    Restaurants were very good, but extremely loud. I suppose this would be a great place for young folks, but I would definetly not return. In fact, we cut our trip a day short because of the noise and congestion.

  • Pros and cons galore!

    02/04/2011

    I wanted to stay in an inexpensive hotel that was right on the strip, and the imperial palace was the obvious choice for my 2 night mid-week stay. pros: ...

    I wanted to stay in an inexpensive hotel that was right on the strip, and the Imperial Palace was the obvious choice for my 2 night mid-week stay. Pros: My immediate impression of the hotel as I walked into the lobby was that I was getting what I paid for.... it wasn't a glamorous place, but not necessarily dirty. The check-in process was actually quick and easy, the front desk staff were very friendly. The atmosphere wasn't too bad, with music playing, and a live dancer doing her thing dancing on some kind of pedestal. When I asked for a refrigerator, there was a small daily fee, but they delivered it to my room quickly. The room was very average, but there wasn't any scent of smoke (I asked for a non-smoking room), and the cleaning staff did their job well, overall. After my 2 nights, my checkout was done quickly, and the front desk was once again very friendly and positive. I asked that my luggage be held, because my flight was leaving later that day, and the staff took care of me, with a smile on their face (very appreciative of their positive attitude). Cons: I was dismayed to find that there was only one working elevator in my tower! Even worse, they never fixed the other elevator during my stay, so it was always a long wait to get up or down from my room. Very annoying. The bathroom was small, and the room was dark, with not much of a view of Vegas. It is definitely just a place to sleep in. I play poker, but the poker room in the casino hardly had any players. The hotel's shops and restaurants left me unimpressed, and the casino itself was small, so it got crowded pretty easily during peak times. Overall, I got what I paid for... a cheap room, at a good location, but not much else.

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