Worst Las Vegas room I ever stayed in
Posted Apr 19, 2017
The room was old, dingy, and look liked it had been furnished from road-side furniture collections. The grout in the bathroom was icky. There was some rusted panel above the bath tub held up by a half dozen different screws that looked like it would fall down. There were electrical sockets that didn't have covers on them. The room was very dark unless you had the curtains open, which helped during the day, but not at night. And there were no privacy sheer curtains to use when the black-out curtains were open. But the most awful part was every night there was a live band playing on a rooftop bar right outside my window til all hours and those old windows offered no sound proofing. I know it's Vegas, it's noisy -- but I live in a city in a downtown condo, and so I know what windows should be able to keep out. On top of that, while I'm not sure if it was the venting or the thin walls, but it sounded like the people in the next room were in my room. They weren't being rowdy. Just regular conversations and phone calls. I could hear every word as if they were standing next to me -- including personal issues, bathroom "difficulty" discussions, and vomiting, just to mention a few. I'm sure they'd be mortified at all the personal discussion I heard. At least the mattress was fairly comfortable.