I am copying and pasting my review of this hotel from where I originally posted it, under restaurants:I've stayed here several times in the past, but this was by far the worst I have seen the place. I was staying there for a medical conference across the street at Caesar's Palace, and thought I would save some money by staying there rather than Caesar's.That was a huge mistake. The front desk, even if it exists, was totally unresponsive. When I checked into the room, the previous occupant had locked the safe, which meant I couldn't open it. When I called the front desk, they finally answered the phone and said they would send someone up. After an hour, no one had shown up, so I tried a code of 1-2-3-4 and it opened.But the worst was that there was no housekeeping (I stayed there five nights). No one came to the room after the first day, and I thought maybe they just missed me. When no one came after two nights, I called the front desk again. After an interminable wait, the person at the front desk told me I had opted out of housekeeping! Opted out of housekeeping???? There was no chance that was true. I doubt there is even that option. I am sure it is ruse concocted to keep costs low during COVID. The front desk lady told me she would send a housekeeper the next day, but in the meantime, she would send someone with towels and to take out the garbage.Well, someone did show up with a bag of towels and a bag of garbage bags. I was told I had to take out my own trash and set it outside the room. So that is what I did. The hall looked like a third world country with garbage everywhere. Needless to say, no one ever showed up to clean the room, so that was another huge lie.I guess you get what you pay for (although the $41.95 daily charge as a "resort fee" is pretty steep). I would not stay there again, even if the room were free.