They've had an on going problem with the heat/ac units in most all of the rooms for years. There is some design problem there from day one. It's difficult to maintain a comfortable temp. You are constantly adjusting the controls.
Sounds like the elevators need maintenance.
If you happen to get a room on one of the higher floors with the railing outside the windows, don't look out the curtain. They are always loaded with pidgeon droppings. That is something else that just stays that way. It's disgusting! Even the windows are plastered with it.
Remotes may not work for both tv's if you have more than one tv in your room.
The smaller suites have tiled floors in the entry. That sound echoes, poor design. If you have a room with an adjoining door, you can hear a conversation at normal volume almost as if the person was right in room! The whole places just echoes. Anyone closing a door somewhat hard at 2 a.m. you're going to be awakened, even from down the hall. Sound proofing? There is none.
One time my wife and I were staying in one of the junior suites with the tiled entry, just having a normal conversation in front of the tv, maybe our voices were a little more than normal. Next thing we know, here's security at the door with a noise complaint! After kids had been running up and down the hallway all night long that I guarantee you can be heard in ever room!
And what is up with the one cup coffee makers??!! Even in the larger suites! I know, I've seen other hotels cut back to this and it's a joke. Especially if it's even just two people staying in a room, a ONE CUP cheap coffee maker? Come on now folks. There ain't much you can do with that. Read the book, "Be My Guest" by Conrad Hilton. Give guests what you can, don't keep taking away. It is something that is being lost over time by many hotel/motels. It's not just here, but they seem to be falling into the same complacancey.
They have rebranded the buffet as 'Farmers Nicks". It's ok, some better than it was and that's about I can say for it. They still have the problem of wanting to seat everyone on top of each other for the breakfast buffet. My wife doesn't like it and I don't either. And we're not the only ones. One man was complaining about it sitting next to us one morning. As he said, you can't even sit and have a conversation with someone as the next table is at elbows length. He got up himself and moved to a booth. The waitstaff likes it because it's fewer steps with the tables crammed together.
Otis and Henrys, ok for sandwich. Just don't make the mistake of ordering a steak there. When they took out Farradays, well, I never did understand why they did that. It was good food. They did have something there. You can't get a decent dinner at this property.
This signs kept saying they were changing the bar area within the Casino to "make it better". They totally ruined it! Spent money and made something worse. Way to go!
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