grew up in casinos. works in gaming. hates last call. tiles player.
|Location:||Diamond Bar, California, US|
|Casino Game:||Pai Gow|
Vegas Fave 10 (The Hard Way)
|1:||ordering ice spheres while gaming|
|4:||7 second challenge @ Todd English PUB|
|7:||the matchbooks from the mansion|
|8:||4% commission on a $25 bet|
|9:||carrot or watermelon juice as a beverage option|
|10:||aria sky suites|
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can't get enough of it. not a bad thing to say. shell out the extra coin and stay in the tower suites rooms. dramatic difference in service and attention to details
love it but the property is slowly losing it's personality and being replaced with the generic stuff. can't find the words to describe it. kinda like nana with alzheimers. you love her but you know something is missing...
stayed in the venezia concierge level. it's a pain in the ass to get to your room but the one great thing about it was that they have complimentary cocktails in the early evening. drank the bar out of jack one day. don't forget though just cuz it's free doesn't mean you don't tip.
one of the best experiences i had without gambling. everything was taken care of immediatley and with great precision. bit far from the strip but everything you would ever need can be found at this resort. cabs to the strip cost about 35-40 bucks. the best thing about this place is that spa access included in your $35 resort fee. there are also 12 different bars and lounges to drink at.
loud, noisy, and crowded. the most wicked pool parties. you're not paying for the amenities when staying here, you're paying for all the eye candy downstairs. btw- the hot chick with sunglasses on top of her head sitting by herself @ 3am isn't really checking you out. she's actually "working"
not into the south seas themed motif? get a room on the 34th floor. they are known as house of blues themed rooms. staying at THEhotel isn't a bad choice either, very spacious. but i found a turd in my guest bathroom. it took 45 minutes for someone to reclean my room. ever since the merger with MGM-Mirage, the property has lost its luster. kinda sad really.
a little bit on the older side now. like if a beauty queen went from miss america to becoming a spokemodel at a textiles convention in peoria. rooms are showing their wear and tear. ridiculously long hallways. if money is no object get the skyloft. it's worth it. terrace suites aren't bad either, especially having an 800 sq ft balcony with a hot tub overlooking the strip. but when one is paying $1000 a night, one assumes that it would have updated elctronics. jus sayin'.
skyvillas and the hardcourt suite are reasons why god invented the American Express Black card. if you ever find out that you are terminally ill and only have 3 days to live, i'd suggest on getting one of the fantasy suites in the new tower and run up your credit cards by partying it up here. service is almost non-existent unless you're royalty from dubai, hollywood celeb, or at minimum a purple chip player. if you are a rap video director, the pool area is the place to be to look for new talent.
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