I was ready to leave after about three hours. Things started off poorly trying to find the entrance to the parking garage. I pulled into a hotel entrance. I thought it was for valet but no one was around. I went inside and asked how to access the parking garage. I received a misinformed answer. When we made it to the garage, ticket machines were still deployed despite what was supposed to be free parking. We didn't take a ticket but when we parked, signs say take your ticket with you. I tried to return to the ticket machine but couldn't find it, so I said screw it. We'll figure it out later. The parking was free and no ticket required, but they failed to cover machines and signs. Same when when we got to check in. Kiosks are the only check in method. Who knew? The kiosks are not intuitive and no one to help you until you break some cardinal rule. For that, they are more than willing to help you correct your error. I'm still burning, slap up so not going into details. By the time we finally made it to our room, I was fit to be tied with all it took to get there. Our room was fine but the frig was off. I had to move a heavy credenza like thing to access the back of the frig to turn it on. BTW, there is no housekeeping. The hotel does tell you about their mask policy on their web site, but no mention of the other things. Dining choices are slim and the prices have gone up. When I go to Vegas, I expect to lose. I play slots. I go with a preset of entertainment money. The casino was not interested in my entertainment. The machines were just plain vicious. I don't bet crazy like $4 a spin, but I was down $150 in 30 minutes of play. They took and never gave. My wife, a glutton, stayed with it. Not sure what she lost but I know it was more than $150. I was done. Was not going to play if they wanted to be that way about it. My wife and I stayed mostly in our room the following day but should have just gone home. We did the next day, a day early. Worst experience ever. It will be a good while before we return.