Value Property Rankings
Started by AJester33 on Wednesday, 6th February 2013 2:20 pm
On any given day you can catch great deals at great properties. But how would you rank the real value minded properties? I would say...
2. Monte Carlo
I think trop is going in a great direction and I dont have alot of expirience with Ceasar's properties. I'd like to see everyone else's rankings.
Last response by jammoral 7th February 9:01pm
Romaman responded on Wednesday, 6th February 2013
Okie21 responded on Wednesday, 6th February 2013
Not taking into off-strip props, because that's a different league -
1) Monte Carlo
I stayed at Harrah's in August bc my friends wanted the cheapest, and I was pleasantly surprised. BJ conditions at $5 are atrocious, but decent rules can usually be found at $10 and great rules at $25. Also, I would consider the majority of CET props to be low-roller, except CP, PHo, and Paris...
coybotjr responded on Wednesday, 6th February 2013
2) Monte Carlo
The rooms and casinos might are a little better at the MGM low roller joints, but CET gets bonus points from me for location.
donnymac66 responded on Wednesday, 6th February 2013
1. Monte Carlo
2. Treasure Island
Jammer responded on Thursday, 7th February 2013
I've not stayed there (yet) but surely Bally's should be on the list? Great location, clean rooms (from what I've seen) I've scored a queen room on the weekday for under $40 and under $100 on weekends in June. Plus it's easy to get upgraded to the North tower if you wish.
Blakjackkid replied on Thursday, 7th February 2013
I have to agree about Bally's. For the center-Strip location, the rooms and amenities are hard to beat for the price. For off-Strip, the Orleans is my fave and for Downtown, the Golden Nugget.
jinx73 responded on Thursday, 7th February 2013
I stay fairly regularly at Monte Carlo, but I have to say, I'm not really a fan, rooms for the most part seem much more wore down then Luxor. Value resorts is always a bit of a subjective stretch, but here's how I'd rank them.
6. Monte Carlo
7. LVH/Strat (both off strip, but with fairly recent renovations, bargains for the price and location)
9. Flamingo (how the mighty have fallen, used to be easily #1 on the value list)
parchedearth responded on Thursday, 7th February 2013
Value is somewhat subjective and there are certain minimum room standards which I will not go below. A room must have an HD flat panel TV, minibar, and an oversize bathtub. Tropicana and MC are often now $80+ per night. For that money, you can stay at Mandalay or Mirage. You also need to consider resort fees, which give Caesars properties a distinct advantage. PHo is usually at a good price point. If you include off strip, then Palms, HRH, and Golden Nugget are good options.