The Hotel Monte Carlo Las Vegas reels off a whopping 30 places to eat and drink – take on the hot wings challenge at Diablo's Cantina, before cooling off in the ice bar.
The Hotel Monte Carlo Las Vegas is like a mini city. There’s a high-end shopping mall, a big checklist of bars and restaurants, and a huge casino. It’s right on the liveliest part of the strip, as well.
This place isn’t your standard neon-lit hotel. Poke your head inside and you’ll see classy touches, like over-sized chandeliers and glossy marble floors. Outside, there’s a Mediterranean-inspired plaza, with Baroque-style statues and grand archways.
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Double Barrel Roadhouse
Double Barrel Roadhouse is an all-American dining venue with live entertainment where country meets rock 'n' roll. The menu offers up Southern-inspired favourites like crispy friend chicken and bbq smoked ribs.
With a steam room, sauna and whirlpool baths alongside a range of massages and treatments, the spa is the perfect place to unwind.
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deluxe double room
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Additional Fees at the Monte Carlo Take the FUN out of Vegas
I guess I just like all my fees "Up Front" when I book something. Adding a $30.00 resort fee per day for a hotel that is under construction and a fee of $8.00 a day to park there just aggravates me. The bell desk did impress me but the rest of our stay was average or slightly below. eg. The maid service just made the bed, My impression was that is is an older building with minimal upgrades and I expect more out of a hotel when I visit Las Vegas.More
Not My Favorite
We go to Las Vegas several times a year and have stayed in many different hotels. The first time we stayed at Monte Carlo, we were offered an upgrade which we intended to do again but we were told there were none available. We were put in a room near the construction and were woken up at 7am every day. We switched to the other side of the building near the arena, and that was a whole different kind of loud and annoying but I would still choose that over early morning construction while in Vegas. The lobby and casino are so heavily perfumed that we didn't even get to spend time in our own building because it was stinging our eyes. I don't think we will stay here again. I do like that the food court offers some reasonably priced late-night food options.More
A disaster of a hotel- stay away!
Dont tip the check in staff they will pocket your $50 and be bloody rude to you! We were here for a 6 night stay and having our wedding here. We upgraded to a suite for a cost of $40 per night to get to 4th floor with a view of renovations. The room was so dirty we were moved to another room which was worse. Stains on carpet, marked walls, towels smelled, pistachio nuts left on floor, found someones lipgloss, couch ripped, tables scratched- staff wouldnt move us again saying nothing available. Phoned our travel agent and organised a full refund and got out of here as quick as we could. Would definately not recommend- had to stay 1 night and asked for our upgrade fees back as this was no upgrade but management refused to refund! Woken up at 5.30am by renovation trucks beeping- not nice at all.More
Understand why they're remodeling
Stayed here for one night because it was very cheap and our flight got in late at night. I completely understand why they are remodeling it soon. It is outdated and a little run down. However, it was still a very nice stay. The beds are really comfy and the bathrooms are good. The staff was very friendly and informative. Pool was not open but we were allowed to use the pools at the MGM and Mandalay Bay for free which we were very happy with because their pools are great for families, college students, and couples.More
Well, we decided to stay here for my spring break. You can tell that the hotel is in need of an upgrade, which they are doing. The beds were comfortable. My one complaint is that I had the "privacy please" on the door because I did not want housekeeping. On the last day we were there, the card was gone and housekeeping came in anyway. The staff was nice. I would give them another chamce once they finish the upgrade.More
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