here's one spot on the Strip where cheap gambling still rules..
Nickle slots are plentiful, but the 25 cent roulette and craps are the real draw. There are $1 and $5 machines as well, and some newer, two-tiered machines with pinball and jukebox themes, but that's not the reason to wander through the casino. The location is ideal, just across the street from the Mirage, and room prices are reasonable. Cafe Trilussa is a nice little restaurant upstairs, with a small bar-area and a view of the erupting volcano.
It's ok. We were gambling here on a promotion and some of our own money. This is a small casino compared to the other big stip casinos. I thought it was ok...it is good for cheap gambling. Although we didn't have a lot of moeny to gamble, I think we had more fun at other casinos.
Great for affordable table tames. I havent' stayed at the hotel but we always love to gamble here. table games have low $5 limits, casino is small but easy to navigate. They always offer you great coupons when you show your club card. They have game called Black jack switch which is a ton of fun to play and easy to win.
Fun Environment!. I went up and down the strip and the most fun I had was here with William the Blackjack dealer. He was entertaining even when he was taking my money. Not a lot of tables, but definitely enough for the small crowd. The crowd seemed to be anywhere between the ages of 25 and 50. The people added to a fun gambling environment. The drinks were weak, but delivered often. I didn't stay in the hotel, thumbs up to the casino!
Royale with cheese. Popular with a younger crowd, the Royale features inexpensive gambling. The cocktail waitresses are extremely generous with the free drinks, provided you tip as you should.
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