Ratings based on 9 Guest Reviews

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1.9 out of 5
25% of guests recommend
2.6 Room cleanliness
2.6 Service & staff
2.4 Room comfort
1.4 Hotel condition
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2 out of 5
by A traveler from NC


Posted Jul 22, 2017
I needed to add a Friday to my stay on short notice and stayed here. I payed quite a premium price for a substandard hotel. Maybe at half the price I paid this would be okay, but the hotel is quite old and needs updating and basic maintenance. Water damage on carpets and drop ceiling tiles in some hallways. Elevator seemed to me like it could fail any moment. Room was old. I did not use the pool, and did not like that you need to go into the back parking lot area and go through a fence from there to get to it, but the pool area looked nice. The hotel is close to the Convention Center and the Strip. Both are just a few minute walk away. I gave it a try but would not stay there again.
1 out of 5
by A traveler from Michigan

Royal Resort Hotel, Las Vegas, NV_3/22-3/25/2017

Posted Mar 27, 2017
Pros: Nothing!
Cons: There is lots of room for improvements at that place.
Location: The only that I liked about its location, it was near a Walgreen.
The hotel stay was "Terrible". The room was of old or should I say, for taking a prostitute for a couple hour quickie. The sink bowl and tube stopped up. Mind you, this is after I requested another room. The room had a smokers smell and the carpet was filled with stains. It was not comfortable staying there for those 2 days. In fact, the last night I stay at the casinos accept for 2 hours and that was to refresh before I went to my meeting. All the Staff could do is agree with me and encouraged me to write my complaints. The experience was horrid and I would not recommend my worst enemy to stay one night at that place. In fact, I am requesting a refund of my hotel stay.
1 out of 5
by A traveler

Ugly, dirty and smelly hotel.

Posted Dec 28, 2015
Was the worst experience ever, we stayed in the car for three days because the hotel was extremely nasty and dirty. We check in, walk into the room and wow! We walk back to the front desk and talk to unprofessional staff to let them know what was going on, and they answered with "We are not authorized to discuss this with you, the limit to say: CALL THE CORPORATION", hahaha, the ghost corporation never answer the phone calls. Ahhhh but when you check the hotel on Travelocity website...pictures are beautiful, super clean, nice and comfortable hotel, Totally different!, its totally wrong! If they post the pictures of hotel how they exactly look and is, no one, nobody in their five senses will be booking. And on top of we didn't get our money back. Never again.
1 out of 5
by A traveler


Posted Dec 25, 2015
Smells horrible, there is unknown stains on the beds and its not clean at all. Sleeping outside is cleaner than sleeping in that room. Employees were rude and not professional. I also did not get my money back after seeing that disgusting room.
2 out of 5
by A traveler

Booked for Pool, but Pool being Renovated

Posted Jul 13, 2015
Pros: Refrigerator and microwave in the room. Murphy bed was nice.
Cons: Have the pool available or provide some compensation. Don't charge $10 for wifi (per device).
I booked a short stay with my family at this hotel, as it was fairly inexpensive, but the pool looked decent. I always try to get a place with a decent pool as my daughter loves to swim. However, when I checked in, the pool was down for renovations, so in kind of ruined our stay. We instead got to enjoy the sounds of jackhammers,as they removed the pool surface below our hotel room window. The rooms were decent and fairly clean, but I'm not sure what would make this place a resort.
1 out of 5
by A traveler from Salt Lake City, UT

Cheap hotel and very uncomfortable

Posted Jul 2, 2015
Sadly, you get what you pay for. Cheaper hotel cost = an awful room. I have learned my lesson. The only good thing about this hotel is that it was super close to the convention center. A/C didn't work well so the room was too hot due to A/C problem, the bed was very uncomfortable, floors we're dirty, and staff seemed very disinterested in discussing anything with their guests. There were other issues too, but there were ones that bothered me the most. Minor issues (some, but not limited to): wifi was not free and the remote for the television did not work. Hallway carpets we're very sad looking. It gave it a very bad first impression. I will never stay here again and I would not recommend this hotel to my worst enemy.
4 out of 5
for Everyone
by A traveler from New York

Good facility within walking distance of Conv. Ctr

Posted Apr 25, 2015
Pros: Location, staff, and room rate was reasonable.
Cons: Carpet s need a deep shampoo or replacement.
A quiet, well-managed hotel with an attentive staff. The front desk staff are problem-solvers. Rooms are clean and well serviced. Some of the rooms could use either new carpet or a deep cleaning. Mattress was firm and comfortable to sleep on.There is NO casino here and that;s just fine because there are several around it.
4 out of 5
by SalesGuy from Norwalk, CT

Good value one block off the Strip.

Posted Apr 15, 2011
Pros: Quiet, close to the strip and convention center
Cons: no restaurant
This is a great location one block from the Strip and within easy walking distance of the LV Convention Center. My room and bath had been recently refurbished. Very nicely furnished and very clean. This property offers a congenial bar, but no casino so it is calmer and quieter than the casino hotels. The staff was very friendly and attentive.
1 out of 5
by A traveler

Eeewwwwww, that SMELL!

Posted May 25, 2008
This was a "free 3 night stay" from a timeshare I own in CA. The hotel was modest, cramped, and generally OK for a budget, but maids never came to change sheets/towels, and the unbearable part, which caused me to go home one night early, was the STENCH that permeated the entire 3rd floor and wafted through the AC vents from time to time. An "engineer" attempted to fix the AC, but finally I turned it off and opened the sliding glass door (in 105 degree heat) for air. It smelled of sewage, rotten eggs or meth being cooked....really nasty! They wanted to give me another room, but the guard mentioned that the whole hotel smelled like that from time to time. Yuck! Spend the extra money and stay at a newer casino-hotel at the South end of the Strip where the action is!