Before I start, I only came here because my wife and I will be reimbursed by a travel company. In short, this hotel offers little for a high price and falsely advertises. Here's a list of problems:Wifi: you pay an extra $25/night "resort fee" for wifi, fitness room, and (allegedly) pool access. This fee is NOT included in the price of the hotel, and it is not optional. Problem is, the wifi sucks. My wife and I were only allowed to connect 2 devices, and the download speed was less than 1 megabit. My home wifi is 300 megabits. It took forever to just load my emails.Because these things are not included in the listed price, I consider it a hidden fee as most hotels include this in the price (which for us was advertised as $89/night). This means they falsely advertised both "no hidden fees" and "having high speed internet" which are at the bottom of their website.Fridge: or really lack thereof. They have a pool and a fitness center but they removed the fridge and coffee pot in the rooms because of "Covid". Yeah right. If you cared about covid you wouldn't be running your casino filled with at risk old people. Also, the ice machine was down on my floor, and to get to the next floor, I need to take the elevator down, go all the way to the other end, get ice (if it's working), and then go back.Room change: this one is a specific instance. We reserved a room with a king size bed. As we were checking in, apparently they sold out of all their king sized rooms and the lady asked if we wanted an upgrade. Well, the upgrade was a room with two xl twin size beds, or whatever the standard is (not queen though). So we crammed together in one much smaller bed.Overall, just a terrible place to stay. Save your money and stay elsewhere. The casinos make enough money from people gambling away their life savings.