5 most incredibly friendly Las Vegas hotels
4. TI-Treasure Island Hotel and Casino
TI-Treasure Island Hotel and Casino lives up its tropical title with an oasis-like pool area, dinner shows with Polynesian dancers, and restaurants that serve island BBQ and seafood. In addition to the spa, salon, game floors, and performances, the hotel presents top-notch customer service. Whether guests need assistance planning a day trip, renting transportation, or choosing a local restaurant, the Treasure Island concierge has all the answers.
“If I were to go back to Las Vegas, I would definitely stay at Treasure Island again,” commented an Expedia.com user. “…The buffet was great! Nice selection of foods with a great staff!”
5. Golden Nugget Hotel and Casino
Golden Nugget Hotel and Casino is as good as gold. The infinity pool, indoor water slide, and shark tank tours are just a few of the hotel’s alluring amenities. Along with casino games, concert series, and various lounges, the Golden Nugget boasts a friendly, helpful team that takes customer service seriously. Regardless of whether you’re in the lobby or one of the luxury shops, the smiling staff is on hand and ready to assist.
“A nice hotel in old-style Vegas,” commented an Expedia.com verified reviewer. “Very nice staff (housekeeping, doormen, waiters/waitresses, shop keeper, and reception). Room was clean and comfortable and housekeeping was excellent.”
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