WILD WILD WEST RESORT fee and other charges.............LOLOLOLOL

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Here’s what else you can look forward to:


Wild Wild West Gambling Hall is conveniently located next to many of the most popular Las Vegas attractions. The Fashion Show Mall, the Omnimax Theater in Caesar's Palace and Las Vegas McCarran International Airport are just a few of the destinations located within 5 miles of our Hotel. They offer the proximity you desire without the frantic pace of the Strip. 260 rooms, 235 reel, video reel and video poker slot machines, live table games including blackjack, craps and roulette. They also offer a sportsbook , a lounge, a 24 hour cafe and a full service bar all of which makes us the best little locals casino in Vegas!


Registered guests must be at least 21 years of age. The hotel charges a required security deposit of $100 with valid credit card or cash plus hotel fees. The hotel charges a resort fee of $15.99 per night plus tax that includes Wi-Fi, Parking, Local Telephone Calls, Daily News Paper available at the Front Desk; Coffee available at Denny’s located in the Casino, Access to the Pool, and Guest Laundry.


Days Inn Pet Policy


Dogs only. Max 1 dog with a max weight of 30 lbs are allowed in designated rooms only for a non-refundable charge of $25 USD per day of stay. A $200.00 security deposit is required at check in. Dogs must be registered at check in. There will be a $200.00 non refundable cleaning fee assessed for any unregistered pet found in the hotel. ADA defined service animals are welcome at this hotel.


Pet Rooms are Very Limited and subject to availability on arrival.


All Requests are not guaranteed and subject to availability on arrival


A $100 refundable security deposit either cash or credit is required at check in.
 

jimmythegreek

The opening odds start here
#5
I don't know what's worse. That or Circus Circus $31 daily resort fee after you can find a 6 night package for $500 on hotels.com.
 

MrTop

EOG Master
#7
I am surprised circus circus is still up. I thought by now it would of been knocked down. They should have parlayed a knock down with the stardust and put the sports book somewhere.
 
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Rockfish

EOG Enthusiast
#12
Rock, sorry to report your favorite Peruvian restaurant in Costa Rica has closed for business.
JK, that is sad to hear. Hope the woman owner is doing well. Bad beat for me. i believe if i remember correctly, that you offered to buy at soda Peru if i ever made it down there again. Damn.
 

Rockfish

EOG Enthusiast
#13
The casino crowd at the Wild Wild West was very similar to the casino crowd at the Western in downtown Vegas. how should i describe the crowd, well gritty and very entertaining. but i like that kind of stuff.
 

winkyduck

TYVM Morgan William!!!
#21
I am surprised circus circus is still up. I thought by now it would of been knocked down. They should have parlayed a knock down with the stardust and put the sports book somewhere.
My first trip to Vegas as a 21 y/o (or a week shy of it - but back then getting away with being U21 was a lot easier than now) my friend and I stayed at CC since we were college students and had no money. We stayed in the back at one of those side buildings and overall it wasn't thaaaaaaaaaaaaaat bad. Our first full day there we ate at the cheap buffet. THAT WAS BAD! Inedible comes to mind. I think it was around $1.50 or so and we overpaid for it. The place was packed with young families and little kids. Hard to believe a place like CC has one of the greatest Steak Houses in the World

As I have said before, when I am in town I either stay at: The Orleans, La Quinta on Sahara near the Red Rock or "Casa de Sis" - and treat her and hubby to a meal one night to make up for not paying a zillion dollars for a room. I stayed there for T-giving when we had a family reunion and was very happy because I had food poisoning Saturday and would not have done well in a hotel room
 
#22
resort fees are not good for repeat customers. They remember the fees. It is not just vegas . It is all nice hotels across the USA.
 
#27
South Point is great. Resort fees about $20 so room total taxes and all is about $100 night during the week. No parking fees and coupons for free drinks or maybe $1. Discount on Garden buffet to under $10. Plus watch the VSiN shows live with Brent Musburger and the gang.
One of the better overall casinos in the valley, you're correct.
The standard rooms there are excellent.
There everyday
 

Heim

EOG Master
#29
WWW is a popular with hookers but has a great view of City Center at night. My favorite thing there is dollar Budweiser at the bar.

Nonetheless, this place having resort fees is a joke. It's Motel 6 with a casino.

Don't get me wrong, the dives are the real charm of Vegas.
 

John Kelly

Born Gambler
Staff member
#33
WWW is a popular with hookers but has a great view of City Center at night. My favorite thing there is dollar Budweiser at the bar.

Nonetheless, this place having resort fees is a joke. It's Motel 6 with a casino.

Don't get me wrong, the dives are the real charm of Vegas.

It's Motel 6 with a casino, good line, Heim.

And nearly spot-on.

The Wild Wild West was a King 8 when first built in the mid-1970's.

Station Casinos eventually took over the property in 1998.
 

John Kelly

Born Gambler
Staff member
#36
Copies of USA Today better be free.

It's a shell of its former self.

Debuted in 1982 at 25 cents a copy, that's about 65 cents in today's dollars.

Newsstand price for USA Today is two dollars.

Ridiculous.

I viist the USA Today website only to look at Jeff Sagarin's ratings.
 
#38
credit card debt is at 890 billion, well above the 2008 financial crisis WSJ reports today. Most of it was resort fees at www resort....lol ………. the debt cannot end well for USA.
 
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