Over Priced WIFI
Posted Apr 24, 2017
So, I thought that Travelocity had already taken out for resort fees, but when I was at the hotel, I was charged for resort fees, which was the only way to access WiFi. This was a problem because my girlfriend and I didn't have good cell coverage, but wanted to look up the places we should eat. Also a side note, the firmer bottom pillow was filled with feathers, some of which poked out and scratched my face while I was sleeping, waking me in the middle of the night. I did think it was a comfortable room and bed. Another problem was that the room keys we were given at the self check in did not work on the doors. Security had to let us in, and we had to wait over an hour for someone to bring us new keys from the front desk. While I would recommend this hotel for the convenience, I'm sure I will try other hotels on the strip next time I'm in Vegas.