Frustrated in Vegas.
If you want coffee in your room in the morning, do not book this hotel. They no longer have room service which is absurd but even more irritating is the lack of coffee maker in the room. I guess I should have brought my own...
Also - I realize this is a "local hotel" but the fact that they don't offer a shuttle from the airport is obnoxious. It's a $50 cab ride. I recommend renting a car if you don't have your own, otherwise it's impossible to get around.
The Lone Star state is brought to life in Las Vegas.. In Short This lively resort is filled with booty gained during visits to garage and yard sales, as well as design studios from the panhandle of dusty west Texas to Dallas, Austin and Houston. In fact, its executives, architects and decorators amassed the largest assortment of Texas memorabilia outside of the Lone Star state. The entrance doors are adorned with brass rodeo-cowboys-on-bucking-broncos handles. Additional artifacts include branding irons, horseshoes, holsters, hats, chaps and buffalo skins.
We stayed at a preferred room, they are large (2 queens), well equipped (coffee maker, iron, fridge) and really quiet. We had a great view of the strip and downtown.
The casino is very large and has a good selection of video poker and slot machines in all denominations, single, double deck and shoe blackjack, craps, let it ride, all the games we like and with pretty good rules and limits.
Their food is reasonably priced without loosing its quality.
graveyard special is great.
Texas Station's graveyard special is the best breakfast deal in town.Steak,eggs,hash browns & french toast...platter sized ham steak,eggs,hash browns & toast...or just bacon/sausage,eggs,hash browns & toast...lots of food - little price!!!!!