It is advertised as SUNDAY CHAMPAGNE BRUNCH - however when you arrive you are advised that there is ONLY 1 glass of champagne or wine included but you may buy more at an additional charge.
Obviously the managers have never heard about "TRUTH IN ADVERTISING". They claim that they just follow the law - however there is nothing that would prevent them by supplying their guests with ALL the champagne or wine the guest wants with a nominal charge of 50 cents/glass which would satisfy the law and still be profitable to the hotel. Well it appears that GREED rules.
Having gone to a Champagne Brunch every Sunday for the past 8 years in Las Vegas, Nevada, I have ALWAYS been able to drink ALL the Champagne without ANY additional charge.
They should at least have the honesty to inform the guest in their ads or when the reservation is made of their restrictive practice. I consider it a RIP-OFF and FRAUD.
Karl L. Reitter
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