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Reader Polls Feedback for: January 5, through January 14, 2008

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The famous Las Vegas Strip lined with casinos seems to be stretching in length again. The M Casino Resort, is under construction with a completion date of Spring 2009. The new casino is located at St. Rose and the Las Vegas Strip which is approximately 10 miles south of the existing Mandalay Bay Casino, the most current southern casino located on the LV Strip. This week’s Reader Poll Question asks . . . when the M Casino opens, would you travel the 10 miles minimum to gamble and stay at a new casino at the furthest south end of Las Vegas Strip? What is your opinion? We want to hear from you!

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I go to most casino openings, however I have no idea why someone would build a casino that far south of the rest of the casinos.  It might be a one time visit only.  Robert  SF CA

I might go and spend a couple of hours at the casino if it has good video poker (full pay jb). I would never stay there because it would be to far away from the strip and downtown. It would take a lot of time to travel to other places we like to visit. We currently stay downtown because of the closeness of the casinos and visit the strip motels on occasion. Downtown also offers the games we like to play. We always rent a car to get around the city.  Bryan Lisser  Hollandale/wi

We wouldn't stay there. When my husband and I go to Las Vegas we like to stay about midway on the strip. We do not rent a car so we don't think we would go down that far on a bus to see or stay at a Casino that far. We do a lot of walking and riding the bus. We also miss a lot of the older smaller friendlier casinos.  Nancy  Port Jervis

I would consider it IF they had low limit gaming, a good Buffet at a resonable price, a few restuarant choises and low room rates, otherwise, it's just too far off the strip were all the action is, they have to make it very appealing to the low limit traveler on a budget to go far of to make it worth that 10 mile trip! all-though I may just make that trip Just to see this mew Casino as I enjoy exploring new casinos when they are compleated. This is my honest opinion, I hope this helps U.  John Crouch  Los Angeles, Ca.

Yes, I would travel the 10 miles... I like to visit new casinos, play their machines and see the layouts and decorations. I would stay if the rates are comparable with other places.  Terry Campbell  Kingwood, Texas

Yes, for curosity sake alone I would drive to the new M casino. It may turn out to be a favorite place to stay.  Barbara Knick  Normal /Illinois

Yes, my husband and I would. This will be very handy for us as my son lives just off Gillespie and St. Rose Parkway. We've been staying at the SouthPoint when we go out about twice a year. Hopefully, it won't screw up traffic to much for my son who has to fight it every day. In fact, we will be going out probably in Mar and will check out the construction. We are amazed every time we go out and how much is going on and has been built since we were there last.   Karen Addleman  Richmond, IN

depends what the M attractions will be. I would go, like I go downtown for the odds and the old town carnival atmosphere.  d dalton  ogdensburg/ ny

I like to stay where I have fun and feel comfortable, so location really does not matter that much. We typically rent a car anyway, and the mass transportation options have increased dramatically the past few years, so getting around is really not that difficult if you wish to stay off-strip or at either end.  Terry Gasper  Lake Mills IA

no way.  James McElyea  Fabens, Tx

I would if they provided the transportation and cheap drinks, great shows and loose slots.  Sandra Smith  New Westminster, BC  Canada

I might travel the 10 miles to gamble there, but not to stay there. After being loyal Stardust patrons for years, we are eagerly waiting for Echelon Place to open in the meantime we have stayed mid strip (great location) and we also love downtown. We enjoy savoring the flavor of many establishments while staying at one and while we do rent a car, we don't want to spend all of our time in it. We also don't jump all over for our week stay (2-3 x/yr) Where we check in day 1 we stay all week!  Maryann Cabarga  Hamburg, New York

I wouldn't go that far up the strip unless a new hotel/casino offered something spectacular as an extra--a mega spa with way lower prices then center strip perhaps, or a fabulous pool and health club combination. Or just maybe if the rooms were all-suites plus the other extras. Free unlimited Internet connections in each room might do it too.  Lydia Kraus  Staten Island, NY

If they furnished shuttle and prices refect the distance and if the property is very nice I would.   jerry  sc

Yes I would. I love staying at new places and exploring the amenities.  Jacqueline Cook  Kansas City, MO

I love the Strip and would not want to be so far removed from it. janda piantes  granite falls,wa




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