USA Lodging Reviews By Travelers, For Travelers

Treasure Island – Las Vegas, NV

This hotel was great. It’s just relaxed enough to fell comfortable. It’s a AAA Four Diamond resort on the Las Vegas Strip with a contemporary style. You must experience the free Sirens of Treasure Island show with VIP viewing...

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Luxor – Las Vegas, NV

This was my first time out to Las Vegas. The Luxor is beautiful. The registration lady offered us an upgrade, which we didn’t take because we barely spent anytime in the room anyways, and offered us the towers or the pyramids. This I...

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Town and Country Resort – San Diego, CA

This is suspossed to be a 5 star resort. Not. The price was great, but that’s about it. We stayed there for one week and a couple of waitresses and gift shop staff was not overly friendly for most of our stay. The property looks...

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Bally’s – Las Vegas, NV

This was our first time in Las Vegas and we really enjoyed our stay at Bally’s. The staff was very friendly, our room was made up almost as soon as we left and the bed was extremely comfortable. We enjoyed the breakfast buffet at the...

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Candlewood Suites Airport – Salt Lake City, UT

These are nice suites and reasonably priced. Suites have a full kitchen. The living room has an oversized recliner and a DVD player. You can go down to the front desk and borrow a free movie from their video library too! I was very...

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CircusCircus – Las Vegas, NV

In my opinion, CircusCircus is one of the best hotels in Las Vegas. It is right on the Strip, near the Sahara Hotel, which also is near walking distance to Ceasers Palace. CircusCircus is so huge, that they have busses and a monorail that...

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Ramada Inn and Suites Gas Lamp District – San Diego, CA

The statement ” you get what you pay for” was certainly true of this hotel. The price was great, but that’s about it. We stayed there for one week and the desk staff was not overly friendly for most of our stay. The rooms...

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