With little play (we can be classified as low rollers), and despite not staying a the Hilton for at least 5 years, the Hilton offered comped rooms for last Friday and Saturday and $160 in cash bonus. As a result, off we went last Friday to the Hilton. With all the bad news about how the Hilton cannot pay its mortgage, and given the lousy economy, I expected to find the Hilton with worn rooms and deferred maintenance that to us was what we experienced at the Trop about 10 years ago. Instead, we found the Hilton to be not only clean, but squeaky clean. Really squeaky clean. Hotel rooms, hallways, lobby, casimo, elevators.and even the restrooms were squeaky clean. Mirrors and windows shined. In addition, we rated the Hilton customer service as very good, despite that the employees openly admit that they do not know what the future is for the Hilton. OK, Hilton lacks the hip lounges and night clubs that appeal to the 20 - 30 somethings, but it has all the other amenities and more that appeal to everyone, regardless of age. It is mind over matter - if the 20 and 30 years old want an affordable top shelf palce to stay in AC, then maybe they should consider the Hilton. The Hilton also has very good casino drink service, if that is importanat to you. Except for the lack of a playable Double Down Stud video poker game, which is my current favorite, Hilton has most all the vidio games (penny and vp) that appeal to me. Cash back is instant, as is the comp points. But, the Hilton needs people. Customers. If most bang for the buck is your forte, then you cannot go wrong with the Hilton. With all its problems, which mostly is due to its far south location, the Hilton gives its customer all if not more than all that is required. With its marble decor and small and very navigable casino, the Hilton is like a high end boutique casino hotel. Hilton needs visitor support. If Hilton closes, the Hilton will truly be a real dead hero.