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Was thrilled to finally be able to see the Bonnie and Clyde death car. Seeing all the bullet holes is very interesting. It is a typical Nevada casino with lots of slots to chose from. The gift shop has some unique gifts to go with...More
Bon Jovi was right: 30 years on stopping at Whiskey Pete's was a bummer. It is a sad, pathetic shadow of what it used to be. The casino floor felt like a morgue when it wasn't busy. Shabby, tawdry, and just worn out. If you...More
The contractors must have skipped this room renovation and vanquished. Carpet stains, unfinished bathroom upgrades and beds that resembled oversized cribs with plastic safety sheets!! Both mattress and box spring must have had the entire mud wrestling team of Hooterville. The bed slept like an...More
I was travelling to Las Vegas, only visited to see the death car, its worth calling in on the way to Vegas. Quite interesting.. There's a small museum in the back of the casino with the car and a decent amount of information.
This is the email I sent to management:
I visited your Whiskey Pete's location on Saturday, August 4, 2018 at approximately 0045, after the Keith Sweat concert. ONE PERSON was working the floor. There was one couple ahead of me and 2 behind. When I...More
Response from Primm_Valley, Manager at Whiskey Pete's Hotel & CasinoResponded 5 days ago
I’m sorry to hear about your bad experience, we’re normally known for providing exceptional guest experiences, we apologize for missing the mark. This is one of our third party food providers but I will be contacting their leadership team.
In the meantime my name is...More