The Hotel Monte Carlo Las Vegas reels off a whopping 30 places to eat and drink – take on the hot wings challenge at Diablo's Cantina, before cooling off in the ice bar.
The Hotel Monte Carlo Las Vegas is like a mini city. There’s a high-end shopping mall, a big checklist of bars and restaurants, and a huge casino. It’s right on the liveliest part of the strip, as well.
This place isn’t your standard neon-lit hotel. Poke your head inside and you’ll see classy touches, like over-sized chandeliers and glossy marble floors. Outside, there’s a Mediterranean-inspired plaza, with Baroque-style statues and grand archways.
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Double Barrel Roadhouse
Double Barrel Roadhouse is an all-American dining venue with live entertainment where country meets rock 'n' roll. The menu offers up Southern-inspired favourites like crispy friend chicken and bbq smoked ribs.
With a steam room, sauna and whirlpool baths alongside a range of massages and treatments, the spa is the perfect place to unwind.
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Monte Carlo is a lost bet
I was very disappointed with the quality of visit\room during my recent stay at the Monte Carlo in Las Vegas. The room was very dated with zero amenities (not even a little bottle of shampoo). To make matters worse, there was non-stop construction going on during the day. I understand if you are remodeling the place, but if you are, offer the guests discounted rates or throw in something special.More
Good hotel for a short trip
I would give a 3.5 star if I could because it was not bad but it wasn't amazing, check in was a easy but with long a wait, the facilities and rooms are clean but I don't like the lack of toiletries in the bathroom no shower cap, sewing kit, polish for shoes etc. and there was no coffee maker, refrigerator, microwave. The door in the shower was hard to close and there was barely any water pressure. And valet or parking is not complimentary so be prepared to pay an extra $10 to $15 per day to park your car. More
Don’t believe all the horror stories -
We just got back from Vegas and after reading the reviews with the construction I was not looking forward to staying at the Monte Carlo. We were booked Oct 11-15 for our annual guy’s weekend. There were a total of 12 of us in multiple rooms ranging from the 6th floor to the 30th in already renovated to needing to be. I happened to be in one that was in need of renovating and the 6th floor. The room met my expectations. (All I want is a place to sleep a few hours and for it to be clean). Let me start by saying no one in our group had any issues with check-in. A few landed around 8:30am with early check-in. They were able to check-in with minimal waiting in line (15 minutes). My dad and I landed at 3:45pm. Once we got to the hotel there was only 2 others in-line. We probably didn’t wait more than 5 minutes. No one else in our group waited more than 15-20 in line. The Monte Carlo staff did a great job of getting us in and out. Let me add that we don’t go to Vegas to lounge at the pool, go to a spa or visit night clubs. We enjoy our gambling, drinking and eating. The Aria Poker room is one of my favorites if not my favorite and is a short walk from the Monte Carlo and has great food options while the Monte Carlo is under construction. So if you’re looking for a clean room and a great location the Monte Carlo can’t be beat.More
Very nice stay at the Monte Carlo. We paid 10$ more for a room that had just been done so we were the first ones to stay in it. We had a side view which was also nice. The parking is really near the front desks and you could get there easily.More
This is our second visit to the Monte Carlo in Las Vegas in the last 18 months. April 1st of 2016, there was a six hour power outage that resulted in not being able to shower or anything really. After numerous complaints, they did nothing about it. I brought it up at our most recent stay and they did not even apologize. On to our most recent visit, October 8th-12th of 2017, each morning between 6 and 7 A.M. we were awoken to the sounds of a giant woodpecker. I called down to the front desk, informing the clerk "I think my neighbor has a giant woodpecker." She replied, "Well no sir, that would be a jackhammer, we are under construction." So I kindly asked if it could stop or we could move rooms. The clerk told us no, and also told another couple we were with on the trip no to moving rooms. In addition, the spa, pool, and food court were all closed. If you are going anytime soon, I suggest bringing your earplugs.More
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