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Las Vegas is consistently one of the top tourist destinations in the USA, with almost 40 million visitors last year alone. Last week The Motley Fool – the multi-media investment advice company – took a look Las Vegas hotels and casinos on Yelp and TripAdvisor and found that these four were among the worst rated by reviewers:The Motley Fool even singled out Circus Circus in its story:
The fact that Circus Circus is among the worse resorts shouldn’t be a huge shock. It has arguably the worse location of any resort and a child-friendly theme that seems out of place in Las Vegas. Combine that with the fact that it’s been largely neglected by MGM’s management and you have a recipe for a deteriorating property.
There are 74 comments to The Motley Fool story so far, and many of the commenters seemed to like The Venetian, The Palazzo, The Wynn, The Bellagio and Aria. And until midnight tonight you can book a points stay at The Venetian or The Palazzo for half-off using points during the IHG Flash Sale. Details are here.
It’s no surprise that Las Vegas is a ‘you get what you pay for’ town. For instances, rates at the Luxor are as little as $29, but then there is a $20 a day mandatory resort-fee, which negates the bargain price on the room.
I’m curious tho – has anyone had any particularly good or particularly bad stays at the hotels listed above?
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