If Lady Luck is on your side in Vegas, you’ll have no problems unloading some of your winnings at Via Bellagio, the finest hotel shopping in the country. Top designers on this tony stretch of shops include Yves Saint Laurent, Prada, Fendi and Fred Leighton. A quirkier, but equally pricy, selection of wares can be found at the Pool Promenade collection of shops including art prints at the Gallery Store, trendy looks at Capri and fine men’s fashion at d. FINE.
So much disappointment begins trying to find the right lobby to check in. The brands (Hilton, Conrad, Crockfords) are under the same roof and signage is very limited for where to go. We were directed to three separate lobbies before getting checked in. No one asks what brand you are staying at; and most everyone ahead of you in line is also at the wrong lobby - so it's a cycle of everyone being lost and the staff having no training. Once we got the right lobby and line to check-in, we were told the strip view room we reserved, was not what we reserved and we would be getting a parking lot view room. Even when I showed them the actual reservation made on their Hilton website, they insisted that reserving a strip view room does not mean strip - it means a parking lot view. We argued with two layers of management before being told they would do us a favor and find us a strip view room without having to charge us additional funds. So instead of my Gold level free upgrade, I was upgrafed to the room we reserved on their website. Once in the room on Level 60, we were kept awake until 5am each morning with the BOOMING bass music from the night club. It not just a little noise; it is absolutely torture. I can only assume every single room in the hotel has this problem if we heard it on level 60. Simply stated, stay somewhere else. Until they bring in competent management, this hotel will be in steady decline.
Oh boy! What a disappointment. Things are different from the last time that I went there last year for dinner. Well, for starters the very friendly manager/host guy is no longer there overseeing everything. Such as great customer service, delicious food and the past staff were able to communicate with the customers. It was challenging to order because the waiter could only take your order but didn’t understand anything else? My appetizer came out with my entrée. When I told the manager he just took it away and didn’t apologize or offer a solution to the problem. The spicy soup wasn’t spicy at all and the beef was tough. The pho soup had no favorite too! Something is going on because the food is not up to normal standards for a noodle restaurant. Good luck if you go there. The food looks good but it wasn’t no favorite at all.
Great bar in the Arts District near the Fremont Street action.
Awesome restaurant and atmosphere, reminded me of old school Vegas with the large booths , had the rib eye steak which was incredible , great price as well , my friend tried the Cajun prime rib but it was a little dry , soup was also very good , awesome service as well , highly recommend for anyone that wants a great meal without outrageous prices , thank you!
There is plenty of seating and is centrally located by the Cashier and Beatles entrance, The Center bar is a great place to meet up before heading out to your afternoon or evening destination. They are well stocked with beer, wine, and spirits. The service is great. They have bar, high top, or lounge seating. The TVs are over the bar though.
I got into this place by chance when walking around the New York Casino Hotel. The entrance was captivating with plenty of photo opportunities for children and adults alike. The staff was very friendly and helpful. They have a huge collection of chocolates, cakes and milk shakes of very good quality. Also, a souvenir shop sells al kind of imaginable objects with the Hershey's logo on it.
The karaoke on Thursdays and Sundays is amazing. It’s the best sound I’ve ever heard at a karaoke show. The staff is friendly and fun.. the song selection is huge.. the energy is high and the drink prices are great for a place on the strip. You haven’t sang karaoke on a system like this one. If you get the chance to come here then you’ll have to check it out!!!
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