Upon arrival, check-in when smoothly and I was given directions to my room. The room was very nice; everything was neat and clean. Motel has a very good buffet breakfast every morning with a variety of choices - hot and cold and then in the evening a happy hour and a half, at no extra cost, serving beer, wine and snacks, ie, popcorn, pretzels, tortilla chips and salsa. The pool and surrounding area is very nice; there are laundry facilities and vending machines housed near the pool.
Carol from Oregon
This hotel is in Phoenix, three miles from Piestewa Peak, four miles from the Arizona Biltmore Country Club, and 4.3 miles …More
Hotel pool was great. Sadly it doesn't open until 10 am and check out is at 11. We called to try and get a late check out but they couldn't do that. Waiting for the golf carts to take you to the lobby took forever. We would wait 15-20 minutes. Then we just walked. We also were getting in bed when a huge cockroach ran over my foot. Called they had someone remove it. The room was so hot! Even with the air conditioner on. Make sure you also turn on the fan.
Alanna from B Arozona
This Phoenix resort rambles over 220 acres at the foot of South Mountain, a half-mile from Arizona Mills Mall. Sun Devil …More
Pulling into the valet area you are greeted with an openness and warm feeling of normally reserved for only the highest level of seasoned traveler. Upon entering the Casino and being whisked into the checkin area with subtle hints of lavender and jasmine, you are initially handed a Tahitian sunrise margarita by any one of the multitude of gracious cocktail servers. At the checkin counter you can expect nothing but a myriad of the warmest most friendly smiles the hot dry desert can offer with what can only be described as "F1 speed" in getting you through the line and onto the casino floor on the way to your room. Making the transition from checkin to your room is nothing short of a journey unto the senses. Delectable smells and sights abound the eyes and nose as you cascade the casino floor toward the elevator towers that will briskly rise you to your home away from home for you stay. Rising in the elevators, one can only wipe away the tears that views of the vast nothingness that is the laughlin desert bring on. Upon exiting the elevator doors you are stricken with a sense of monotony as you try to make sense of the never ending labyrinth of identical hallways that make up the hotels inner bowels. Arriving at your rooms front door, you will gently but with viscous abandon, slide in your electronic key card to open your door and be greeted by what can only be described as a mini Shangri-La amongst the vast Nevada skyline. You are home my dear child, rest easy.
buz killington from huntington beach, ca
Situated in sunny Laughlin about a block from the Colorado River, this 1,495 room resort features a round-the-clock casino …More
"Riverview room right on the 4th floor. Very nice."
We originally booked a standard room with Queen size beds but when we arrived they up graded us to a river view room with a king size bed. We had a nice balcony overlooking the River, and they gave us complimentary 2 for 1 Buffets. We had a wonderful Anniversary Trip and will definitely stay here again.
Beverly from Yuma, Az
Situated near the airport, in the city center, this resort is close to Don Laughlin's Classic Car Collection, E Center, and …More
Quite possibly the best hotel experience of my life. We felt like we had stepped back to a different age. I kept expecting to meet Clark Gable or Marilyn Monroe at the poolside or in the dining room. Everything was immaculate and authenticly "1940". The service from the "late checkin cookies ant hot cocoa" in the room right through our last morning (when we reluctantly had to leave) was outstanding. Simply beautiful, relaxing and my idea of real luxury. Thank you for a wonderful experience!
Chris & Heather from CT
Situated in the city center, this historic resort is close to Himmel Park, University of Arizona, and Arizona Stadium. Also …More
This is a little oasis in the middle of Tucson. The lodge itself has a enclosure and the rooms are very comfortable, have fireplace and refrigerator. Next time we are in Tucson, plan on staying there, quiet complex.
Traveller from Nebraska
Situated in the historical district, this resort is close to El Con Mall, Randolph Golf Complex, and Hi Corbett Field. Also …More
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