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My second visit to the 'The Eastside Cannery Hotel' I enjoyed it just as much as the first time. If it's your first time to Vegas I would not recommend staying here as it's quite a long way from 'The Strip' The pool was open...More
Made reservations about 3 weeks prior, called on my way to see if I could check in 1 hour early, they said yes. I specifically asked if they had non smoking rooms and they said yes we have you down for non smoking. Great, I...More
Stayed 3 nights. The room was nice, clean, and good sized. The property was well taken care of with lots of security. The buffet was good.
Like the title says stay here but don't play here. Tight slots that suck your money and won't even...More
We only spent one night at this casino hotel but we were very happy with the room. Quite large, very clean and great beds with nice pillows! The staff at check in was very welcoming. My only suggestion would be to improve the key swipe...More
Stopped by for a lunch buffet. You can't beat it for the price server very nice and showed concern that I was satified food good quality with a variety of foods like Italian and Mexican along with standard American. Casino has a wide assortment of...More
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The drive to the Vegas Strip is only about 20 minutes. You leave the hotel and go straight down E Flamingo Road. You definitely want to have a car for the trip. It waste too much of your precious time and money taking... More
The drive to the Vegas Strip is only about 20 minutes. You leave the hotel and go straight down E Flamingo Road. You definitely want to have a car for the trip. It waste too much of your precious time and money taking taxis or Uber or whatever to get to the strip.
Things have changed on hotel parking on the Strip however. Before you could just park at one casino and leave your car there all day. It was free and you could walk to the other casinos nearby.
But on this last trip each of the major casinos had a fee to park in their garages. Now it is was NOT expensive (they don't want to scare off the gamblers). So what I do now is try to park at the casino closest to the middle of the strip and that way it is shorter walk in each direction on Las Vegas Boulevard to the other casinos.
That would be either the Bellagio, Paris Las Vegas or Planet Hollywood. Those locations kind of put you in the middle.
Another reason for wanting a car for your visit to Eastside Cannery, is that because it is on Boulder Highway, it is a shorter drive to the Hoover Dam. I recommend if you are in Vegas on a weekend, that you hit the Hoover Dam first thing in the morning, before its gets crowded.