We stayed at the Bullock for one night during Days of 76.
The Bullock is a neat old hotel. Our room was large, clean and comfortable. Our window overlooked the alley which runs along the side of the hotel and faced the now-closed Celebrity Hotel. The sink is in the main room near the door to the room; the toilet and tub are enclosed separately. Our room had an interior window which faced a closed-off interior hallway.
The linens were good quality, the mattress was comfortable, the room was quiet and we slept well. The tub/shower combo looked a bit grimy.
The hotel seemed very under-staffed; there was often no one at the front desk, casino cashier cage, bar or fudge/gift counter; I asked about joining the players club and was told by the employee on duty that he was new and did not know anything about it.
The hotel restaurant is only open a couple of hours for breakfast; we did not eat there.
The parking is in the back, across the street.
On Saturday morning, several slot machines in the casino had signs stating they were tired and out of commission “for the evening” (they were lit and on”).More
- Free Wifi
- Free Parking