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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Don't waste your money staying here!!
I usually don't complain or write reviews about things, but this is a MUST! Don't bother wasting your time money to stay at this 4 star hotel that is dirty, old and that offers low quality service. I am very disappointed and disgusted with my experience at Monte Carlo hotel this past weekend. The room we were given had a bad smell, like the room hasn't been used in months, and you can smell it as soon we you walk in. I called the front desk, who assured me that the room has been 'used' recently and that they will send up air freshener for the smell. 8 hours later I return to the room and no air freshener and it still smelled. I was going to take a shower before heading out to dinner when I saw this: Take a good look at the picture and tell me if this looks like a room that has been used recently?!! This is a 4 STAR HOTEL folks! I went to the front desk immediately to complain and was so disappointed by the 'service' of an employee Juanita. Her response to my complaint after she 'talked to her manager' was 'we don't have any rooms available but you can upgrade for $20) I never asked for an upgrade to begin with and if there aren't any rooms available the LEAST they can do for the inconvenience is to change us rooms of NO CHARGE!!! The manager (I don't remember his name but saw Los Angeles, Ca on his name tag) who didn't bother to apologize didn't want to change us rooms. After arguing, a vacant room 'magically' appeared when 2 seconds ago Juanita said there weren't any. I've worked in customer service and the golden rule is 'The customer is always right' and apparently the employees need to be retrained because they don't know a thing about working in customer service. To top it off, I randomly ran into a friend who was also staying at the hotel and I was telling her about our horrible room experience and she told me that she got upgraded for free without even requesting it at check in. To me, this sounds like racial profiling. She is white and I am Asian. As soon as I walked up to the front desk, it was clear that Juanita just saw me as an Asian person that wanted a free upgrade, which is clearly not the case. I don't think expecting a clean shower without mold at a 4 star hotel is too much to ask for. The shower in our 'new' room 3116, had a clogged drain and the water took forever to go down. I wasn't going to even waste my time asking for another room change. After this experience, Monte Carlo doesn't even deserve 1 star. ***to top it off there is no pool because it's closed for renovation and it's super hot in Vegas during the summer. More
Construction/Renovations . . . Don't Stay Here!!!!
My husband and I have been staying at the Monte Carlo for years, but NEVER AGAIN. Since I was so looking forward to this trip, I was almost in tears once we walked in the door and began to walk around. There’s a big wall/road block in the middle of the casino and all the gaming tables were moved towards the front of the hotel. If I had to guess, I would say a little more than half the slot machines are gone. The card room was gone. One of our favorites, The Pub, and all the stores in the hall leading to the shuttle and Aria, gone. When we booked our stay, we were not informed of the construction/remodel of the hotel. It felt like we were in an old, dirty motel. Totally blindsided . . . Negative - - The pool was closed (brilliant, it’s summer Monte Carlo, if you didn’t notice) and they expected you to “Pool Hop” to either the MGM or Mandalay Bay hotels. Like anyone really wants to travel to a pool, get all wet, sweaty and then travel back to your hotel…this is ridiculous. Of course they are not compensating the guests for this and are still charging a full Resort Fee. At this point, calling the Monte Carlo a Resort is laughable. Another negative - - We completed the online pre-check in that we received the day before arrival since we would be arriving prior to 3PM. Understood that we might not get to check in early, but they told us to get out of line unless we received an email telling us we could check in early. Meanwhile, others were in line checking in early. We never received the email with our room number as promised and ended up waiting over an hour to check in which is totally unacceptable. Four employees working the Front Desk does not scream excellent customer service. Another negative - - NOISE from the construction!!! Are you kidding me? We were on the 16th floor and the noise started at 6:30AM. OMG, no sleep to be had once that started. It was banging, drilling and vibrations so loud that at times, it was almost impossible to have a phone conversation. I will not deny the Monte Carlo needs to be upgraded to compete with all the fancier hotels with the shopping areas. The guest rooms are sorely in need of upgrades to include outlets for charging electronics. The carpeting in the entire hotel should be replaced. The decision they made to do this at the expense of their unwitting guests is inexcusable. It might have been better to just close for a few months than to chase away your regular guests and receive an avalanche of negative reviews here and on social media. You have a rough road ahead to earn back those of us who were cheated out of our “Resort” vacation.More
way better than some reviews on here
This is a nice hotel, yes there are building works underway but they didnt get in our way. We were on the 27th floor facing the T-mobile stadium and at no time did we ever,ever hear the building work. we heard the leaf blowers in the morning of the street cleaners but never the builders. If your really picky, you could see carpet stains, but nothing worse than many Uk hotels. The room was lovely, with great views and always cleaned to a high standard. There is no hotel pool, you have use of the MGM Grand and the Mandalay Bay pools. The MGM pool is fine and only 5 mins walk away but very busy and with heavy drinking and music present. The mandalay with its wave machine is more faily orientated but does need a free tram ride and decent walk to find, so not ideal for kids. Both pools are way better than the original pool of the Monte Carlo, so depends how you want to view it. Its well placed for all of the strip.More
Very average with arrogant and rude staff
We stayed here for 2 nights while breaking up a drive to our villa in Marbella. We had two adjoining rooms, with a sea view, the hotel rooms are of a good three star standard. The rooms were 550 euros each a night and the front desk wanted to take a further 800 euros for the use of the mini bar which my 2 girls wouldn't use anyway. The pool is lovely and features a sandy bottom but is let down by cheap plastic sun loungers what you would expect at an all inclusive in Tenerife. What really let's the reset down is the staff and lack of service. We ordered in room dining on the day of our arrival for our daughters this was still left on the balcony 2 days later with flies on it. The manager is exceptionally rude and had no time at all for the clients. This is not what you expect at the prices they charge, I will not be returning. More
Chris A, 190763
Hotel 32 is Great
We were fortunate to be offered a deal to upgrade to Hotel 32 during our visit last week. Our room was beautiful and the concierge amenities were a delight. Great snacks--pastries, fresh fruit, juice, coffee, bottled water, and soda (all complimentary) were delish and convenient. The staff were very accomodating taking care of whatever we needed. All staff wear name tags with their hometown on them which provides a point of conversation.More
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