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Hooters Casino Hotel Question

Hooters Casino Hotel Question

Old May 29, 07, 10:58 am
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Hooters Casino Hotel Question

I stayed at the Hooters Casino Hotel about a year ago and I had only two complaints:

1. The walls in the hallways hadn't been painted or decorated and they looked tacky.

2. It was a little noisy - significant hallway noise could be heard from the room.

I just wondered if anyone has stayed there recently and could tell me if the hallways have been renovated and if they found it noisy (or if I just got unlucky by having the wrong neighbors).

I am tempted by the Hooters $37 room promotion this summer. I liked how the room was decorated and I found the front desk staff, the waitresses at the restaurant and the casino staff to be friendly. I liked that it was walking distance to some larger casinos and local inexpensive restaurants - and was a very short cab ride to the airport.

I have recently been staying at the Alladin on their $49 casino specials that are leaked on Flyertalk, but those have seemed to have gone away under Planet Hollywood. I'm Starwood Gold so I also received room upgrades.

I might splurge and stay at the Barbary Coast (Bill's now) for $70, but my stays there have been just okay and I'm not convinced it is worth $33 more than Hooters.

I'm not a big Imperial Palace fan. Is there anyone else on the board that likes to spend about $50 per night on (or very near the Strip) that knows of any specials in late July and late September?

I really love December when a great hotel can be snagged for $50 or so.

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Old May 29, 07, 1:43 pm
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It's probably still a dump. In fact, it might have gotten worse since the last time I was there. I went just to gamble a few weeks ago and felt like I needed a shower after I left.

$37/night isn't really a spectacular deal - I've seen rooms for slightly more at Stratosphere and Excalibur on FW - and I'd much rather stay at one of those properties.
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Old May 29, 07, 2:44 pm
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When it was the San Remo, it had a strange odor in the casino that drove us right towards the exit, shortly after entering. Hope that's changed!
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Old May 29, 07, 5:58 pm
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Originally Posted by Andy2 View Post
The walls in the hallways hadn't been painted or decorated and they looked tacky.
You mean as in, "Delightfully tacky, yet unrefined?"
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