There are many things including the food, gambling, shopping and the fact that on any given day you will see people from every corner of the world. That combined with more strip clubs than you can shake a stick at (no pun intended) makes Vegas one of my yearly destinations.
|Location:||chicago, Illinois, US|
Vegas Fave 10 (The Hard Way)
|2:||spice market buffet at planet hollywood|
|3:||the pirate show at TI|
|4:||the forever payable slots right off of Harley Davidson in NY,NY|
|5:||the shark reef at Mandalay Bay|
|6:||the fashion show mall|
|8:||the rio buffet|
|10:||the canals at the venetian|
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my general home in vegas before and after the updating from the aladdin to the current PH. the new look is more modern with paneling all over and the biggest problem with the revamp is the stationing of the timeshare folks at the elevators off the casino for you to get to your rooms. the beds are very comforatble and they have added movie memorabilia to the rooms. the miracle mile has some of the best shopping and you cant go wrong eating at Cheeseburger, the Spice Marlet buffet and Planet Dailies, the 24 hour resturant.
The only flaw with the hotel is the lack of a true front entrance. The layout is easily followed. The pool is huge. The Shark Reef is a good value and also a good place to take kids if you happen to have them with you. The dining options are very good. There is even a small but well stocked bookstore right off the casino that gives you somewhere to pick up something to read on your flight home.
I had heard that TI was a place for younger patrons (35 and below) but was surprised at how nice the hotel was. The refurbished rooms are extremely comfortable. The bed was perfect. The dining options are pretty good. Cantor's Deli has a variety of options and the portions are just right. The buffet is a bit on the small side but the selection of food options make up for that. The Sirens show was undegoiing maintenane this time around so I missed getting a prime spot to see it.
The new and improved Tropicana is now one of the places I may tend to stay at whenever I am in town. The new rooms have a comfortable bed and more storage space than most of the hotels on the Strip. The casino now has a bright look where it used to look like the back part of an alley. The dining situation could stand some improvement but overall the new look is impressive.
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