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#1.   Which hotel/casino in Las Vegas do you think has the best rooms, regardless of price. We want to know which casino hotel rooms meet your expectations in every way and WHY?


Reader Poll Replies: 

*  We like Luxor the best.  The rates are reasonable, not too many children and we like the fact that when you come into the hotel you're in the lobby not the casino.  Gail Krupar

*  The Bellagio.  Class all the way.  Even if you aren't a high roller...they make you feel like one.  James Crabtree

*  We have stayed at Monte Carlo and other big hotels....just beautiful but too BIG....too much walking.....our favorite for the past few years has been the new frontier....great suites ....reasonable is good and a really friendly atmosphere....looking forward to going there again in September....hope the rumors they are closing are not true.  Gerry

*  The best hotel rooms are the rooms at the Mirage. We have been to Las Vegas a number of times and we have found that the Mirage has the nicest rooms and they give you whatever you would need for a perfect stay. You cannot ask for a nicer hotel to stay at. The Mirage is the greatest. Beverly K

*  I believe for the price and the ideal location of a hotel/casino, my first choice is the Imperial Palace. It is centrally located in the center of the strip and the prices are as cheap as you can get in Las Vegas.  Chuck from Arizona

*  I think the best rooms in Las Vegas are any rooms that are for free !  However, I personally like Harrah's for the location and staff.  Sincerely,  Nancy Zuskind

*  I travel with another Nurse friend of mine, and we have stayed all over the strip.. we prefer to be at the Luxor end of the strip, as we like to walk to the casinos in that area. we have stayed at Monte Carlo, Luxor, mirage, Excalibur, treasure island, Tropicana .. we are going in August and staying at New York New York. our favorite hotel is the mirage... the tropical feel is real vacation like. if you want a good price and a good hotel , i have stayed the most at the Excalibur.. for the price and location. Carol RN and Sue RN

*  My wife and I stay at the New Frontier because the suites are comfortable and very reasonably priced. Everything is easy to get to without walking to far. We don't gamble that much anyway, we just enjoy sights and people whether they are local or tourist too. I have found local people to be very friendly and helpful.  Don Albuquerque,NM

*  We loved the old hotel rooms, that were around the pool at the old Aladdin.  The ground floor rooms had French doors out to a little patio with a table and chairs and the pool was right there.  Very romantic.  However the new Aladdin rooms are superb!!  We loved the King Bed.  We have never seen or enjoyed a more splendid bathroom.  All the marble.  Wonderful.  Exotic toiletries.  The best of all the different places that we have stayed so far.  Thank you Aladdin.  Rose Marie Mezzapeso

*  The Rio has excellent suites, large and with all the trimmings. But, I spend very little time in the room of whatever hotel I stay in. I want a clean comfortable bed and a good bathroom with plenty of hot water. One other thing that I look for is ease of getting in and out of the facility in my automobile. The Rio, Paris and most of the large strip hotels have ridiculous waits for valet parked cars--I have waited for up to 45 minutes. I prefer to stay at the Palace Station. The prices are reasonable. The rooms are clean and comfortable and the bathroom is excellent. Their convenient parking garage makes the valet parking service ambiguous.  HBHWANGO

Paris casino: Paris is my number one choice. The location is great! the pool is very nice, , , rooms are large. . . requests (to have a special room) are granted!  Why? the people are friendly. . . the comps are good . . . the buffet is superb! the view is breathtaking . . . and Bally's (which, in my opinion has slots which pay out better ) is right next door. I had to laugh when I asked an attendant something in French and he looked at me funny! they are fake Frenchmen, but look the part anyway! Have a wonderful day, evening...whatever the case may be! Jeanne

*  I don't think you can ask this question and say regardless of price, because if money is no object, then you can have enormous suites......but if you are just a regular tourist looking for a very nice suite at a nice hotel, with good food and all the amenities, at a reasonable price, the Rio is the place.    CarolS2WOW

*  The best rooms I have ever stayed in was at the Bellagio.  Wow, they were outstanding, and pricey.  Jim  W. 

*  My favorite hotel room is the Venetian.  They are very spacious, and gives you the feeling of a suite.  Karen Teller.

*  My favorite is whatever room is the cheapest.  I only spend enough time in the room to take a shower, change clothes and maybe a nap for a couple hours.  W. Hines  TX

*   I still like the old Las Vegas Hilton.  Sure, there are newer casinos, but something about the old traditional still gets my interest.  Lydia  F.  NY


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