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The only single deck game in town. You can play the 5 dollar tables for hours on end with a relatively small bankroll. The rooms are nice- I really like the "vintage rooms" which are upstairs from the Casino. Haven't stayed in the Towers, but...More
I really enjoyed my stay at the El Cortez! The staff was friendly, and the room was clean and fresh! We wanted to be close to the Freemont Experience and the entrance was mere steps when we walked out the front door of the hotel....More
This is not a super fancy hotel but it has everything you'd need, central location to Fremont Street, lots of restaurants around and a few really cool bars just a block away as well. The staff is super friendly, able to assist with everything we...More
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Response from Alexandra E, Owner at El Cortez Hotel & CasinoResponded 18 March 2015
Thank you for your review! We look forward to having you back again soon.
Stayed here for 4 nights last week. The only thing I liked about it was that the room did not smell like smoke, & I am very anal about that. There was a bad smell of marijuana in the hallways 24 7. The security guards...More
The rooms are small, located across the street. But the keycard allows entry to the building and they have security there as well over night.
some rooms may be a little loud with the latin club nearby on the weekends, but overall its a great...More
They have a brochure with your key card that advertises the casino specials (happy hour at the bar, $3 pizza slices) and in the room you'll find some similar promotional materials. The only discount you get is, at present... More
They have a brochure with your key card that advertises the casino specials (happy hour at the bar, $3 pizza slices) and in the room you'll find some similar promotional materials. The only discount you get is, at present, to the Mob Museum, where they discount your entry fee (I'm guessing the Museum needs the ticket revenue). You can get rated, and if you gamble a lot you certainly should, but I would expect to spend a lot more gambling to get a comp than just buying a ticket to whatever I wanted to see or do.