We stayed in the South Forum Tower. The casino was not too busy and there was no one on the check in line, but we still got charged an early check in fee. The room was good but the bathroom was really small, particularly the sink. There was no place to put your toiletries, cosmetics, etc., except for a small glass shelf above the sink. Overall, not a big deal. Although one day while we were out the room was not serviced. Thankfully, we had enough spare towels to get us through the next morning. Probably was an innocent oversight.The rooms have free wifi, but you have to sign up each day for basic wifi (and hope they don't forget to reverse the pending charges at the end of the stay). You are also limited to two devices. So if both guests have phones, and one needs to use a computer to keep up with work, you'll have to make a choice.To be fair, the only major disappointment was the lack of restaurant options. The buffet was closed, as was Cafe Nero. Mortons and Gorden Ramsey were open but these are very pricey options. Kwi Noodle Bar was open and a more reasonably priced option. Tazza is basically a sandwich or dessert option. We had a pizza (whole pies only) upstairs where the buffet used to be, which was good. We visited other casinos during our stay (Tropicana & Hard Rock) and had dinner there.In the end, it's OK to stay here and play here, but you may wish to keep in mind outside dining options if your stay is several days.