I personally can not say much about this place, but my wife came here with a couple of friends during our stay and supposedly it was awful. The lady doing the pedicures used the wrong treatments and chipped two of my wife's nails. Her friends' experiences were not much better and one of them ended up leaving before the pedicure was even over. Sounded pretty bad and I heard all about it throughout the day.
Trago is a really nice place to drink and unwind after a long day in Vegas. Brian was our bartender on several occasions and never let us down.
My wife and I stayed at Trop during our last visit and stopped by the pool on two separate occasions. The pool area is large and pretty clean, but nothing spectacular by Vegas standards. They also didn't have towels the first time we came. If you're looking for a place to relax with plenty of room to swim, then the Pool at Tropicana will work, but don't expect the party atmosphere and crowds that a lot of Vegas pools are famous for.
Five stars all the way. Robert Irvine's Public House is the best casual restaurant at Tropicana and has a lot of great options for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. We ate here three times on our trip due to the convenience factor of it being right at our hotel, but it was so good everytime. I ordered the pastrami sandwich twice because it was so good and never heard anyone complain about anything they ordered. Great job to the staff and cooks.
Overall, we had very little to complain about at during our stay at Tropicana. The rooms were clean, the restaurants were good, and seeing as it's not one of the most popular hotels on the Vegas Strip, the crowds are not overwhelming. The only bad experience we had was at the spa, but other than that it's 5 stars for the price.
We stopped at Citizens Kitchen while walking through the southern strip resorts and had a delicious lunch. We had a group of 8 and didn't have to wait during the weekday. I ordered the chicken and waffles which were much better than average, and my wife had an avocado burger which was also very good. Service was great and prices were not outrageous.
The Grand Bazaar Shops can be found right in front of Bally's Las Vegas (which will soon be the Horseshoe). My wife is the shopper, but I still like to browse the little shops and find some unique souvenirs. It's also very clean for being an outdoor shopping area.
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