The Quad Resort & Casino
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- The Quad Resort & CasinoMember ofOutdoor EnthusiastsLocal CultureBudget Travelers+ 7Jul 04, 2012
So I figure that if Rockhouse was good.. then IP must be better...
Ok, maybe better was too strong a word. But it was definitely something interesting after stumbling through Rockhouse. Again not quite the best place on the strip... yeah, on the STRIP. Go figure. Yes, I don't think I would stay here with the tackier than normal tacky Vegas kitsch that can be found everywhere else. But they do have some interesting table side performances that apparently the typical IP clientele enjoy every enthusiastically.
Back to what I was saying.. Ok, truth be told I had come here for a couple of drinks.. couple of very stuff drinks and a lot of people watching. And by people I mean to say the waitresses. And by waitresses I mean to say waitresses that do porn on the side. And by porn on the side, I mean that they probably could be very successful at doing porn on the side. I only wish that they would serve me while I sat at the bar instead of at the tables. What can I say.. I got my eye on the prize.
BTW the room was... a room.
- The Quad Resort & CasinoMember ofOutdoor EnthusiastsLocal CultureBudget Travelers+ 8Jun 16, 2014
We used to come here when it was the Imperial Palace, and this place is a complete re-do. Nice facelift to make it aesthetically pleasing, but its a mid-range place to play and stay.
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- The Quad Resort & CasinoMar 12, 2013
We just went gambling here, so I can't speak to the state of the rooms. The casino was fantastically new and didn't smell like smoke. Their games have moderate minimums up to high stakes, similar to every other casino on the strip. I played roulette here for a few hours and all of the dealers I had were awesome and very entertaining.
- The Quad Resort & CasinoFirst to ReviewJan 08, 2013
Why a 4-star rating, might you ask? We all know this isn't a hot hotel, it's a run down, bastion of cheapness for college students and older people, the elevators are in dire need of repair, the weird entrance isn't off the strip, and the parking garage elevators (if you can even find them) smell like piss.
However, I had a great, cheap stay here with great service. We needed one day before meeting up with some friends at MGM Signature the next night, and scored a Luv Tub room for $80. Didn't arrive until 2AM, and the hostess upgraded us to a suite without us even asking. Score! Some other guys in line with us were upgraded to a penthouse. I guess the key is to check in late!
I've seen friends' photos of IP rooms; small, tacky, outdated, etc. That's what I was expecting. Our suite was not only HUGE, it was very classy and tastefully decorated. It had a wet bar, sitting area, 2 flat screen TVs, a balcony (with not much of a view), the infamous Luv Tub jacuzzi and restroom one step up from the rest of the room. Mirrors on the ceilings above the tub and the bed (What are those for? Can someone tell me? :p) and the tub, although with no jets, filled up very quickly with hot water. Everything was clean and in great shape, which surprised me because of all of the negative reviews I've read.
The tub also contains the shower, and is separated by the bed with only a glass wall, so this suite is definitely for couples or singles, not a huge group of your friends. There is a 24-hour convenience store downstairs, and lots of good places like karaoke, Fat Tuesday, Hash House a Go Go, etc. I really enjoyed my stay and would stay again!
- The Quad Resort & CasinoMember ofLocal CultureBudget TravelersFoodies+ 4Dec 08, 2012
You know what? It's really not that bad for a $20 something a night hotel. The imperial palace is now called the Quad. I don't think it changes much aside from the name. They have dealertainers, who are celebrity impersonators who deal, and then once in a while when it is their turn, they stand up and sing the greatest hit of the celebrity. To be honest, it's a little degrading but what do you expect a cheap ass hotel? They have Fat Tuesday, and they have a karaoke
- The Quad Resort & CasinoOct 11, 2012
OK, so it's a bit dingy and it's not one of the newer, flashier, trendier hotels on the Strip... But where else can you stay smack in the middle of the Las Vegas Strip for under $100/night even on weekends? Make reservations directly with the hotel using your Total Rewards login for even more discounts (we've scored Saturday night stays for $42 tax inclusive!).
If table games are your thing, check out the Dealertainers, a kitschy but amusing circle of blackjack and three-card poker tables with celebrity lookalikes as your dealers and low table minimums. Live music (or lipsyncing) performances every hour on the hour. Not too shabby! Plus, I hear they recently renovated and should be looking more spiffy.
- The Quad Resort & CasinoOct 02, 2012
well, I must confess, Free is FREE. So no complaints here. However, I beg of you Harrah's casino family - Please update this hotel!
It's very centrally located on the Strip and it was CLEAN and everyone was very nice but man, does it need a facelift. I kid you not - the TV in the room must have been like a 17" tube tv. Come on - even the local Holiday Inn has upgraded to at the very least a bigger tv, or a flat screen. I felt that it could easily turn into the now closed Sahara.
- The Quad Resort & CasinoJan 05, 2014
Gave this place 2stars actually but for its location, I'm giving it an extra 1more. Other than its awesome centralised location and Cheap Cheap prices, there really is nothing much I like about the hotel. The manager was stubborn when I told him we paid for the room wifi in cash, insisted that we have not paid for it and wanted us to pay again. <insert table flipping meme>
The girl at the information desk aka concierge was so unhelpful and rude. Asked for directions to the premium outlet and she just handed over a piece of paper with driving instructions. When I said I needed public transport directions she unhappily printed a page out of google maps. -.-
No hotel slippers or hot water flask but hey! We only paid about USD20 per night!
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- The Quad Resort & CasinoJul 04, 2012
Oh com'on, can you really say no to $29 rooms?? I guess you can if you decide to stay at the Excalibur, but the Imperial Palace, as ... it is what it is ... is so mid-strip it's hard to pass up an opportunity to check out what all the college student rage is all about.
My friends used to tell me that they got these crazy bus deals from their college towns to come to Las Vegas and stay at the Imperial Palace and round trip it for only $100 a person. I thought perhaps they were out of their mind, but upon deciding to stay in Vegas for an extra day after the hotel res already ran out, instead of extending it at my pricey 4 star, I figured ... what the heck, it's Vegas!
The rooms are ... $29 rooms. The hotel is ... a $29 star hotel. The location is fantastic, the parking is crowded, and there are just a gazillion college students here. It felt more like spring break in Cancun than it was a $29 room in Las Vegas.
I honestly didn't hate it although I can tell you this is not an experience for everyone. In fact it may not be an experience you want to experience. If you are in a stable relationship, want a romantic adventure, enjoy luxuries and food, this is not for you. But if you're here to party ... say hello to the Imperial Palace.
- The Quad Resort & CasinoJul 04, 2012
IP is a great place to stay if you're on a budget. The real benefit is that it's right in the middle of everything ... so even if you don't have a car you can get to the major casinos without having to walk extra far. I've stayed here plenty of times, and they've actually done a good job of renovating the rooms from time to time. It's one of the older hotels on the strip and it shows, but none the less it's great bang for the buck. Also if you're looking for some cheap table games Imperial Palace is also a great place to gamble.
- The Quad Resort & CasinoJul 04, 2012
Sure, it's not luxury, its theme is mildly racist, and there's no spa, and the rooms are pretty plain. It does however, have one of the best locations on the Strip.
If you are looking for a bargain and you don't plan on spending a lot of time in your room, it serves its purpose. You can walk to the nearby luxury resorts and hang out there.
However, I wouldn't overlook their casino. It's never overcrowded, and I've found the staff and the visitors to be pretty friendly. The highlight was the Deal-ertainers. Every few minutes, a Madonna/Cher/Elton/Elvis/Shakira/Bette will hop up on a table and sing a song in character. Right after that they'll hop down and start dealing a round of Black Jack. If you are into las Vegas kitsch, it doesn't get better than that.
Dining options at The Quad include a restaurant and a bar/lounge. Room service is available 24 hours a day. Recreational amenities include a health club, a spa tub, a fitness facility, and a steam room. The property's
There are 2,640 guestrooms at The Quad. Bathrooms feature shower/tub combinations, complimentary toiletries, and hair dryers. Wireless Internet access is available for a surcharge; guestrooms also offer phones and voice mail. Televisions have video game consoles and pay movies. Air conditioned rooms also include blackout drapes/curtains, electronic check out, electronic/magnetic keys, and irons/ironing boards. Guests may request refrigerators, hypo allergenic bedding, and wake up calls. Housekeeping is available. Cribs (infant beds) and rollaway beds are available on request.
- This property welcomes lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) guests.
- Business Center
- Fitness Center
- Room Service
- Swimming Pool
- Pets Allowed
- Data Ports
- TV In Room
- Hair Dryer
- Air Conditioning
- Electronic Room Keys
- In-House Bar
- Video Check Out
- Meeting Rooms
- Clothing Iron
- In-House Dining
- Wake Up Service
- Game Room
- Car Rental Desk
Mediocre15620 reviews across the web.
- Guests recommend this hotel for budget travelers.
- Guests say the hotel is recommendable for travelers who want to party.
- PriceExcellent value for money, said 93%.
- Location77% enjoyed the restaurants & bars nearby.
- Service67% indicated the reception staff was not good.
- Food65% found the breakfast to be acceptable.
- AmbianceAcceptable entertainment, said 64%.
- HotelHotel is ok.