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At the beginning we thought it was a nice hotel, standard but nice, we had a great stay in there, but surprisingly we received an extra charge once we left and we asked them several times by email just to understand what was it about...More
This hotel is average for the Las Vegas area. As with many casino hotels, amenities are minimal. Extra fees for room coffeemaker or refrigerator. Relatively quiet. Had some trouble with sink draining, and water in shower never got real hot. Housekeeping came early daily which...More
Stayed at the Fiesta for the first time. Room was clean and comfortable but shows its age. Buffet was average as well as the food court. Had breakfast at Cafe Fiesta twice food was good< but the coffee was terrible. I recommend getting your coffee...More
We checked in, got the keys, doors to the 3rd floor open up and the stench of marijuana was in the air. We didn’t report it cause if the smell isn’t in our room, we’re okay with that since we had no little ones. We...More
The fiesta is part of Station casinos and you can use your station card here. They have a nice pool which is open year round. The buffet is ok but the café is better. They also have a steak house which opens at 5pm every...More
Fiesta Henderson sits on more than 46 acres in Henderson, Nevada, one of the Las Vegas Valley's fastest growing communities, and is located on Lake Mead Parkway, adjacent to the junction of I-95 and the …More215 Beltway. All rooms newly renovated in 2016! Less
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Response from Pamelia J | Reviewed this property |
The resort fee is usually like $12.95 a night. What I like about the Fiesta, which is pretty unique is that if you are given a comped room, it's really free - no resort fee, no taxes, nothing. A lot of other hotels will... More
The resort fee is usually like $12.95 a night. What I like about the Fiesta, which is pretty unique is that if you are given a comped room, it's really free - no resort fee, no taxes, nothing. A lot of other hotels will still charge you a resort fee, plus tax on comped rooms.