No real complaints for our 3 day/2 night stay here. Total cost was only $136, but thanks to the Hotels Tonight App, we actually got away with only paying the $20/day resort fee. Not too shabby... The studio suite was more than enough room for us 2, plus maybe an additional 2 or 3 people. There was a separate carpeted living room area with TV, couch, armchair, coffee table. The sleeping area had laminate floors that looked like mahogany. I appreciated that cuz it didn't freeze my feet walking barefoot there. Each side of the bed had its own nightstand and lamp. The sleeping area also had a TV. Yes, two big screen TVs essentially side by side. We barely even turned them on since the view from our 19th-floor room was gorgeous. The entire east wall was a glass window. At the very entrance of the room, there was a kitchenette with marble flooring. Two fridges. One with a stocked "mini bar" that included juice and candy bars as well as alcohol. Bottom fridge was for our own perishables. Toaster was provided, but we failed to find a coffeemaker. Its a two burner electric stove in the kitchen. We didn't get to use, though. The marble flooring continues into the restroom, which also has its own TV. There is a beautiful shower/jacuzzi. The shower has both a hand held extendable shower head and an overhead rainfall type shower head. Your choice. The shower is only the one slight complaint I had. I ran out of hot water after only being in the shower about 10 mins. Apparently my travel partner had no issues, though. The shower is housed by translucent partitions separating the sleep area, so you actually do see the silhouette of the person showering. I would definitely stay here again. Its also nice that this place is off strip, but still nearby. You don't really have to deal with the traffic of the strip, but its still close enough that you can get there fairly fast (and cheap if using a taxi). PS. If you decide to install the Hotels Tonight App, pls use my referral code "Ssaenz3". It will get you an immediate $25 credit, and we get bonuses for referrals. Yay for rewards.
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It's a GREAT LOCATION. Just about a mile to The Strip and it's got a great view of The Strip from the front of the property. The staff is WONDERFUL!!!! Paula at the desk is sweet and polite. Sharon, the Manager, is more than fair when a resident has a complaint. Chad, the Maintenance Technician, is A-FREAKING-MAZING!!!! I watched him working on a resident's door for THREE HOURS AFTER HOURS one day. Never got mad or abrupt with the guy. My apartment is much bigger than I ever expected it to be. It's quiet most nights (but let's be honest, this is Vegas) and I'm rarely bothered. I was on the Security force at Trump and truthfully, I dealt with just as much if not more issues there than I ever have here. I've lived here for 8 months now, and I do not plan to leave anytime soon. I am neither a drug dealer nor a prostitute, as all these reviews suggest the residents are. I am a former Law Enforcement Officer with Homeland Security Clearance and a background in Security. I am also a female in her 20s and I am not scared to be out on this property at night. The Security Guard, or CPO, here is one of the most intimidating looking men I have ever seen. He certainly discourages any kind of criminal activity. However, if you aren't causing any problems, Kelby is very fluffy and cuddly. *wink* I see kids out playing everyday here. They mostly ride their bikes and play ball in the back parking lot. They play in the hot tub a lot as well. I absolutely am in love with the Fitness Center here as well. It's a whole lot nicer than I expected it to be. The bottom line here is this. If you want a luxury stay in Las Vegas, Bellagio is right down the road. It's costs a heck of a lot more than 200 a week, but if you want perfection, go for it. Tropicana Siegel Suites is for people on a budget. I've personally never been able to stay at the Waldorf Astoria on a budget, so I seriously doubt anyone looking at this property is really expecting it to be perfect. I think they just want to complain.
If you haven't noticed lately, the Atrium Suites have closed their doors to remodel. This Hotel is going to be like a butterfly. It will start out as a cacoon, thed the exterior, shed the interior, and when complted it will be 189 key "Luxury Boutique Hotel". This will be a Hotel where you want to be seen, heard, and enjoy yourself. This ideal location that is situated 100 yards south of PF Changs, & 200 yards north of The Hard Rock Hotel. This "Luxury Boutique Hotel", with the name under raps until it opens, sometime around March of 2009. I was given a tour last week, and I could not beleive how this hotel will look and create a buz in the Las vegas community. I can not wait for the Hotel to open and really enjoy my stay, the customer service, restaurants, pools, room service, etc, etc, etc....that was shown to me by a staff that has so much enthusiasim, that it bubbles over. Well enough said, next month I will find out a little and report their progress and maybe a name.