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I enjoy the old Vegas feel at this casino. The gaming is great, the food is pretty good but My favorite part of this casino is the cocktail waitress Liz. This place is lucky to have had her her for 47 years! Love you Liz
Stayed in a tower queen room for three nights. The room was clean and comfortable. The room was slightly outdated but this should be expected in an older downtown hotel. If you stay downtown and expect full modern amenities you will be disappointed. I personally...More
We just stayed at the El Cortez Cabana Suites for 5 days with a large group of friends celebrating multiple birthdays. My wife and I were a little skeptical staying downtown since we have always stayed at Strip resorts in the past, but I was...More
We were happy with our week stay at the Cortez. We started staying in cheaper hotels when we visit Vegas so we can go more often. The Room was clean had nice older furniture. Their restaurant had decent food. Nothing exceptional but definitely had value...More
I stayed at the El Cortez in December for 5 nights. Got in late due to flight delays. When I wanted to change my room from a tower room facing the mountains to one facing downtown, they accommodated me quickly and effortlessly. Although the tower...More
They have a brochure with your key card that advertises the casino specials (happy hour at the bar, $3 pizza slices) and in the room you'll find some similar promotional materials. The only discount you get is, at present... More
They have a brochure with your key card that advertises the casino specials (happy hour at the bar, $3 pizza slices) and in the room you'll find some similar promotional materials. The only discount you get is, at present, to the Mob Museum, where they discount your entry fee (I'm guessing the Museum needs the ticket revenue). You can get rated, and if you gamble a lot you certainly should, but I would expect to spend a lot more gambling to get a comp than just buying a ticket to whatever I wanted to see or do.