Sleeping may be okay, but don't eat or gamble here
Posted Dec 6, 2016
Check in was about an hour wait. Overheard they were overbooked by 50 rooms. We were forced into a different bed arrangement than what we'd order.
Bedding was dirty, covered with black flecks and hair, which took a couple hours and multiple phone calls to have replaced.
Paid extra at check in for a roll-away bed. It took over 8 hours and several calls to have one delivered.
Ate at Tournament of Kings: Food Poisoning.
Doorways marked Employees Only between parking lot and entrance usually had an overpowering marijuana stink.
Don't win too much from a slot machine or it will be restarted and management will say it was a malfunction, voiding all 'pays and plays'.
Despite other casinos using the same software and hardware and regularly, publicly doing so, casino management will claim they have no way to figure out what was paid into the machine and cannot refund unspent funds after malfunctions.
Overheard an employee in the lobby bragging about paying maids to pull "cute" outfits out of luggage.
If you are heading to your room during the hour or so they man the guard station between the casino and the hotel elevators, wait. They tend to be rude and may turn you away if the room's under your spouse's name despite having a key and giving your name at check-in.
Take care when opening your room window, it may let in smoke from other rooms.
Don't bother checking the voicemail, it's a new message each day about the 50-min Swedish massage being on special for $100 plus 25% service fee.