I booked this hotel via Vegas.com and got a screaming deal on two rooms. But buyers beware!! Since Covid it seems that the hotels are giving great rates on the rooms - but they sting you with other things! We were on the 16th floor and had to go to the SINGLE Starbucks to get coffee in the morning, at 6 in the morning it took 30 minutes, an hour and a half later the line was over 50 people deep - there were no coffee amenities in the room, not even a microwave. They did have a refrigerator for what it's worth. The coffee was expensive, the restaurants were expensive ($33 for fish and chips?!?!?), the buffets are all closed; and you have to make an appointment to visit the pool. The check in was a joke – “Express Check In/Check Out” and you still had to wait for an employee to help you get your keys, we had to wait 20 minutes for that help. I found out, after the fact, that Mothers Day is a huge holiday in LV, in all the years of my family living there I never knew that, so watch out when you’re booking for next year, make reservations for ANY meals!The gambling in this casino was definitely in favor of the House, out of 3 of us that gambled no one won at all, not a great way to get people to stay and gamble, when there's no winning at all.My room was comfortable, the bed was good; the shower head had great pressure and stayed hot. My kids room had a defective shower head though, as in, it was broken and should have been replaced. Also, the doors on the rooms were super heavy and slammed like crazy, not great for sleeping when the doors all up and down the hall were slamming. I won't ever stay at this hotel again - number one because of what I felt was a bait and switch rate on rooms, but also because it's near the Strip. I go to LV to visit family, and being any where the Strip is stressful for me - that is not on the hotel, but I could have had my mind changed if the amenities were better.