Casino Royale Hotel and Casino
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- Casino Royale Hotel and CasinoMember ofLuxury TravelersBusiness TravelersFoodiesAug 11, 2013
Ok so this is not the classiest place on the strip. The place is dingy, dark and constantly seams to be under construction. But it is Las Vegas, and it has specials galore. 99 cent Margaritas. One of the last places in Las Vegas if not the last to still give out a “Fun Book”. Plus if you are walking by take a FREE SPIN at one of the promotional slot machines. You are guaranteed to win something, so don’t be so snobby and give it a whirl. Live it up you are in Las Vegas for cryin’ out loud!
- Casino Royale Hotel and CasinoJul 20, 2014
This might be my favorite casino on the strip. It has the cheapest craps I've seen in central Vegas. If the tables are full just go to the video craps. It's like giant boggle but you can win money. Best part is in the back of the casino is a footlong hotdog shop and they are only a buck! Or add cheese and chili for not much extra.
- Casino Royale Hotel and CasinoApr 01, 2013
This little casino is part of the Best Western Hotel and is located between the Venetian and Harrah’s. The best part is that while we were there (March 2013), they had $1 Michelob beers! (We also thought they had $1 Margaritas but they no longer do that, sadly) They also have $5 Craps tables and $5 Blackjack! If I remember correctly the Roulette was around that price too... All things considered a great, cheap spot that I recommend. The one negative is that it is a small place so during the busier hours and the weekend you might have to hang around and wait to get on a table. If you like slots there were plenty of those open though.
- Casino Royale Hotel and CasinoJul 05, 2012
This place was, frankly, unpleasant. The casino, which takes up the entire first floor, is dark and densely packed with games. The way to the guestrooms is small and tucked away, and can be hard to find unless someone shows you. The property is not well cleaned and the staircases are especially dirty. The amount of foot traffic right outside the hotel is always congested. There is no fitness center (although there are plans for one in the future) and the pool was closed for an indefinite amount of time for construction. It has restaurants and a food court, but they are all places one could eat in any other city in America (Denny’s, Outback Steakhouse, Cinnabon, etc.). The only redeeming aspect about it is that the guestroom itself was much nicer compared to the rest of the hotel. It wasn’t huge but wasn’t cramped either, was clean, and had a safe, coffee maker and mini fridge.
- Casino Royale Hotel and CasinoMember ofLocal CultureFoodiesHistory Buffs+ 2First to ReviewJul 04, 2012
This is the best place to swing by and pick up four $1 beers at a time. That's right. I said $1 beers. No strings attached. Drink each one as you play $5 craps at any one of their tables (it really does exist).
This 152-room hotel is located close to the airport. Attractions in the neighborhood include Guinness World of Records Museum and Fashion Show Mall. Additional attractions include Thomas and Mack Center.
Recreational amenities include an outdoor pool and a fitness facility. This 2.5 star property has a business center and offers business services. Guest parking is complimentary.
- Free Parking
- Swimming Pool