I should start by saying, our room was comped, and we only paid the resort fee. We were not expecting a fancy room or a good view, but there are a few things we do expect when we stay in any hotel that were not here. At first glance, the hotel remodel looks great. You can’t really beat the location if you want to be on the strip. After settling into our room, we started noticing things were missing...First, there isn’t a mini fridge or microwave. With food portions being as large as the are in Vegas, we had a bunch food wasted because we couldn’t take it back and eat leftovers...it was really unfortunate for the meals we had that were too good to trash. Then, we noticed the lack of towel and washcloth hooks. There is one hook for one towel. You can use the hand towel rods if you don’t care about hanging your hand towels, BUT there is absolutely nowhere to hang a washcloth. All you can do is drape it on the soap rack, hang it over the shampoo/conditioner dispensers, or hang it on the shower head. We only got two cloths, and they are not servicing rooms during your stay right now...so we had dirty cloths with no where to hang dry (yuck!). The shower glass goes all the way to the ceiling, so that’s not an option either. Speaking of the shower glass, it’s only about 3 feet wide, and there’s no door. Expect to get water on the bathroom floor. We felt like, while it looked pretty, they really missed the mark in the bathroom. We had issues with the temperature in our room. The thermostat was set to 65, but we had to sleep on top of the covers. Our home is 75 at night, so we should have been chilly at 65. I sent a message to their texting service, and someone was supposed to come look at it. When we got back in that evening (after midnight) the room was 78, but the thermostat was still set to 65. The air coming from the vent was not 65. I get that it’s hot in Vegas, but when it’s in the 70s at night, the room should be able to get below 78. I doubt we would stay here again...even with the room comped.