Advantages variety, cheap and cheerful, large, clean, well-decorated
Disadvantages depends which rooms you choose
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There's so much to review when discussing hotels in Las Vegas and Circus Circus hold as many attractions under one roof as other hotels on the Strip, if not more. Here, I want to review the accommodation itself, namely the guest rooms.Circus Circus currently has the cheapest priced rooms ON the Strip since the closure of Stardust and New Frontier. There are two significant sections of guest rooms and the room rates vary, depending on where you stay. hotel rooms can smell musty and stale) and are nicely decorated with golds and browns mainly. The rooms include one king-size or two queen-size beds, depending on your preference, with a chair or two, a writing table and a bureau for the TV and your clothes. The lamps and fixtures add that little bit of luxury to the rooms. All Tower Rooms include a safe and an iron with board. The bathrooms are completely tiled and look quite new, with no concerns about cleanliness. Maid service is regular, but the maids do not heed the Do Not Disturb sign on the door! Lots of people opt for the Tower Rooms because they are attached to the hotel, however...
...the Manor Rooms are just as good, even better in some aspects, and are more than $10 cheaper per night. It's not much of a price difference, but at least you have a little more spending money for your visit. The Manor Rooms are situated across the road from the main hotel and can be accessed via the main road or more safely through the indoor "Skywalk" that passes through the casino and across the road. The Manor Rooms are furnished in the same manner as the more expensive rooms but have the added luxury of a fridge and small dining table. The colours of the rooms are the only other difference; the Manor Rooms have more deep colours and less gold. Another strange difference is that the lamps are nailed to the table. This was not a problem ffor us, but I just thought it was strange. We found the house-keeping staff friendlier in the Manor Rooms and this time they listened to the Do Not Disturb sign, which meant we could relax a little more in our room without expecting someone to barge in. There is also a latch on the door for extra safety, which the other rooms lacked. This room felt much safer and more private than the previous. The Manor Rooms are also closer to the taxi line, registration and the pools. Restaurants, shops, etc are perhaps two or three minutes more of a walk than staying in the Tower Rooms. The manor Rooms are only two stories unlike the Tower Rooms which reach floor 22, therefore staying in the Manor Rooms, I found that they were brighter and more airy and you didn't feel like you were staying high above everything; the real world of Las vegas is within sight and I felt more involved when in the latter.After trawling the internet for the best prices on Circus Circus rooms, I found that the hotel's official website and hotels.com always came up with the cheapest and most compatible prices (the same price). The only problem we had was that we wanted to stay for longer than 2 weeks and you cannot book for longer than that. We had to make two separate bookings, hence the room change and experience in each of the room types.
Both rooms are great value and suitable for all people. However, I liked the Manor Rooms for that extra safety, nicer staff and cheaper price.
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