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Reader Poll December 5, 2000

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#1.   Which Las Vegas hotel/casino is the best or worst to check-in and check-out?   Why?

Our last visit to Las Vegas was in August of this year.  We decided to stay at an older hotel this time ( New Frontier).  There was no line at the Check In and the employees were courteous and kind. We were able to get a suite for less than a room at one of the newer hotels. Since it was 114 degrees , I was happy to see a large pool with plenty of deep water at just the right temperature. Now I hear New Frontier is going to be demolished . Guess we'll go back to the lines again. It seems to take forever to get into a room. May be that they just don't have enough rooms ready when patrons are arriving.  Karen V Bujnoski

We were in Las Vegas Oct 16 thru 20th, we stayed at Caesar's Palace and loved it. My only complaint would be the check in and the wait to get into our room. Room nothing it was a beautiful sweet. We went to see the Lord's of Dance at the New York, New York it was a great show. The New York New York Hotel is so much like New York City, I lived in New York when I was growing up and believe me the sure brought back fond memories. I guess the thing that impressed me the most was they actually had steam coming up thru the manhole covers. We also went down to Fremont Street, we had been there 30 years ago and what beautiful changes they have made. Overall our trip was great and we look forward to going back again.  Runnerken Dover, Delaware

*  The Gold Coast is one of my favorites.  You can pull right up to the door, walk 20 steps and you are at check in.  It may be an older hotel but the convenience is great.  No long lines winding around a hotel lobby.  Dennis Buffalo NY

*  On my last trip to Vegas I decided I would never stand in one of those long check in lines ever again.  I have stayed at almost every major hotel in Las Vegas and they all have these long roped off areas that make you feel like a cow in a roundup.  Give me the smaller hotels with the simple checkin and checkout processes.  Glenda  Howard, FL

 

 

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