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Shalimar Hotel wasn't near the larger, popular casinos on the strip. There was no microwave oven and no refrigerator. Room needed maintenance and upgrading like the rest of the facility that just didn't seem up to par. OK, the price was a budget price, but...More
Room was in a terrible condition, it smelled and the door didn't provide any quite time. Bathroom was dirty and the floors didn't see a vacuum for at least a few months. Hardly believe the stains on the walls were considered "wall art"! The attached...More
If it wasn't for the fact that they allow animal, we would've left.... BY FAR, THE DIRTIEST HOTEL WE HAVE EVER STAYED IN and will be washing our belongings at home. Everyone was nice but the place looks nothing like the pictures and is so...More
This is the best hotel we used! Room was equipped with nice things and very quiet. Employees and condition were very good and very clean. There is something wrong when people complain here because I never saw anything bad! and the prices were very good.On...More
Nothing be and nothing good to say , you get what you pay , period , oh uh I almost forgot ! The mattress is the wors mattress I have ever sleep ! Really really think and hard , I think a mattress in Alcatraz...More
US$47 - US$110 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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I don't have specifics on that, but I believe you can pay a small amount to stay after regular check-out; one of our students did that. I commonly get early check-ins when I come to hotels because if they have a room... More
I don't have specifics on that, but I believe you can pay a small amount to stay after regular check-out; one of our students did that. I commonly get early check-ins when I come to hotels because if they have a room available, they'll give it to you, but not formally, ahead of time.