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Reader Poll July 5, 2000

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#1. It seems each year Las Vegas gives birth to another Mega Resort.  Sometimes bigger is or is not better.  What casino/hotel is the easiest to walk around in, find restaurants, find your room, find the casino, find the shopping area, find your car / taxi or find anything you need.   Why?

*  The Treasure Island was very easy to get around in. The parking garage was very convenient to get out of. The rooms were easy to find.  Klaatu211

*  We find that Bally's Las Vegas is the easiest to navigate. You never feel like you've been spun around in circles. It's great!  Kathy Leckinger

*  The big casinos are beautiful, but for the best hospitality and comps the small casinos are the way to go. If you can't afford to be a "whale" in Las Vegas but would like to be treated like one, I suggest staying downtown. The casinos downtown really cater to the middle of the road gamblers with free rooms, food and shows. The bottom line is where ever you stay you will always have fun in Vegas--K. MN

*  We like the new frontier hotel the best we have stayed in Las Vegas........smaller really is better !!!!!    geedee222

*  I miss the hotels being smaller and closer to the strip (i.e. the Barbary Coast, Imperial Palace). I do like the big hotels, but just think there's still room for the smaller - closer to get to hotels as well.   Arnie G

*  I really like the Sunset Station Casino. It's well laid out. We had no problem parking or finding the car when we left. It's conveniently located by the Galleria Mall as well. The buffet was fantastic - one of the best in Las Vegas and we've been to many over the years!  Carol Kimbling

*  The best is Bellagio.   Joseph D. Woloszyk

*  The Orleans-It doesn't seem to be as big as the other Casinos. Your car seems to be much closer and everything seems much easier to access.   lfreda

Caesars Palace is one of the easiest hotel/casinos in Las Vegas to navigate. The Forum shops, casino, rooms, etc. are clearly defined areas. PSMOORE

*  I have been coming to Las Vegas for more than 20 years and I do not like the giant casinos.  It seems that you walk for a mile just to get to anything.  This may of been fun when I was younger, now all I want is convenience.  Mary Alice.  NY

*  The big casinos are nice to look at, but I prefer the slightly smaller casinos that give you more of a personal flavor.  I especially like The Orleans or The Station Casinos.   Olivia 


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