I had what I believe two paranormal encounters in Las Vegas #1 Hooters Casino - I stayed in a room there, when I walked to my room down the initial hallway, it is black, windowless, doorless unto, you make it down the hall and turn to the elevators. As I was walking there, it seemed a shadow shot down the hall right before my eyes, and as I made it to the elevators nothing was there. It would of been impossible for anyone to get to the elevators and on before I seen them. When I got to my room I had a really bad feeling all night before I went to bed, and it just had a very bad vibe. #2 I stayed at a separate hotel / motel close to the Hooters Casino, at this time I was in a very bad mood, depressed, crying, and missing home. Felt like a failure. When I got my room, I laid there and fell almost in a twilight, I immediately felt like a woman laid on me to hug me, and it felt like the bed sunk in. I immediately jumped out of bed, and the room felt like it was buzzing. First story was in December 2018, second was in August 2019, both are very close to the Route 91 shooting.
What is Oyo? Behind Softbank’s Latest High Growth, High Valuation Bet
This Softbank-backed company has a wild valuation. Sky-high growth. Potential to disrupt an entire industry. And no profits in sight. No, we’re not talking about WeWork. Meet Oyo. The hotel startup—based in India—renovates existing buildings and upgrades services to meet a set of uniform standards that has made it a global leader in the hospitality market. And it doubled its valuation to $10 billion after the company announced last week it is raising $1.5 billion in capital to expand its presence in foreign markets, including the U.S. and the U.K, according to a company statement. Founder Ritesh Agarwal will lead the round financing, putting up $700 million, while other investors such as SoftBank and Sequoia India will pick up the rest of the tab. Agarwal secured loans worth $2 million from Mizuho Financial Group and Nomura Holdings, which he will use in part to purchase new shares of Oyo, according to Bloomberg. Agarwal plans to use the rest of the loans to buy $1.3 billion worth of shares from Oyo’s existing investors as part of his previously announced plan to increase his stake in the company to 30%. He will use an entity called RA Hospitality Holdings to complete the transactions. Oyo, which operates 1.2 million rooms in 80 countries, has been aggressive in its push to grow outside of India’s borders in recent months, and last week’s announcement falls in line with the company’s plan. Abhihav Sinha, chief operating officer for Oyo, told Fortune India in June the company wanted to “be in 15-20 large countries across the globe.” The company purchased Amsterdam-based @Leasure, a vacation rental company, for $410 million in May while in the U.S., Oyo drew in Airbnb as an investor in April and also purchased the Hooters Casino Hotel in Las Vegas in August. The acquisitions excite investors who see Oyo dominating the hotel industry in the future. “Oyo’s two capabilities—efficient transformation of existing hotels and tech-enabled property management—provide the foundation for the company to become the largest hotel chain in the world someday,” Mohit Bhatnagar, managing director, Sequoia Capital India Advisors, told Fortune India. But this unprecedented growth comes with some concern the company won’t be able to deliver a “high-quality living experience consistently” given the pace of expansion. Agarwal said in the interview with _Fortune India_that company has been profitable on a year-over-year basis at the building level after previously refusing to comment on when the company would be profitable to _The Wall Street Journal_in July. Agarwal is putting his money where his mouth is though. While unusual for a founder to lead a financing round, the move seems to be an encouraging sign for investors, said Anat Alon-Beck, an assistant professor who studies unicorn companies at Case Western Reserve University. “He’s not just maintaining control without putting money in—he’s also playing the game,” Alon-Beck said. “He’s showing investors, ‘Look, I can bring in money, too, from my own pocket. I took out loans. I have skin in the game. I’m risking my own capital.’” Others, however, question whether it’s a red flag that Agarwal did not secure an institutional investor to head the round. Getting a well-known firm to be the lead equates to a vote of confidence for other investors, said Ken Ngyuen, CEO of Republic, an investment platform. “The optimal approach would be to get an external institution,” Nguyen said. While Nguyen said there’s nothing wrong with what Agarwal is doing, it’s a rather unique scenario for an individual to secure a loan of the size the 25-year-old was able to get. Nguyen thinks institutional investors are a “little more cautious” with Oyo now. The company, which was founded in 2013, had raised $1.7 billion in previous rounds of funding and was valued at $5 billion before the recent funding news, according to Crunchbase. Agarwal keeps attracting high-profile investors like SoftBank, which will keep driving Oyo’s valuation higher, Alon-Beck said. “You don’t need public markets for money if you’re a unicorn,” Alon-Beck said. “Once you’ve joined the unicorn club, you’re going to get plenty of investors.” Earning SoftBank’s seal of approval has been one of the first steps in reaching that goal because the investment fund brings “incredible validity to startups,” said Gabe Uribe of L.A. Tech House. For SoftBank, it furthers the company’s move into India, where it has also invested in the country’s most-valuable startup Paytm, a digital payment firm that is valued around $15 billion. That comes as other investments such as Uber and WeWork have left CEO Masayoshi Son “embarrassed and impatient” because of his recent track record. But Uribe does not see these investments as indicative of SoftBank’s ability to spot value. He puts the failing performances on the startups themselves. “The fund’s job is to recognize and identify innovative technologies, which it has and continues to do,” Uribe said. “The fund is a tech incubator, not a financial advisory group. So I don’t think it’s fair to see mishandled IPOs as a reflection of Softbank.” That may be, but certainly SoftBank is hoping that this high growth, high valuation bet turns out better than WeWork.
Blog Update: Monday Casino news report - 02 September 2019
From the DirectoryOfSlots.com In the new this week: Hooters Casino is leaving Las Vegas, a 20c fight at the Las Vegas slots, an Ohio casino winner robbed, a big bust at an underground New Jersey casino, the new Arkansas casino trying to bend the rules, sentencing on a fatal assault case at a California casino, a Las Vegas casino kidnapping and sexual assault, a poker player in a lot of hot water in Las Vegas, a South Dakota casino robbery, an Iowa casino penny slot winner that cannot collect and a Hard Rock casino winner that definitely can. Here, at the Directory of Slots, we’ve had what would look like a slow week, especially in comparison to the casino news, as we wrapped up a busy August and started to prepare for September and the fall. There’s been a little change to the Video Slots page to bring in big news in the form of a new game: Storm Lords. Read our online video slot review of RTG’s newest release: Storm Lords Video Slot here. Hooters Casino leaving Las Vegas Hooters Casino Hotel in the gambling hub of Las Vegas has been bought out by OYO, the Indian hotel startup company. Hooters will be rebranded to the OYO Hotel & Casino Las Vegas, part of a complete makeover that is expected to be completed by the end of the year...see more
It's hard to start because it's been a week since it happened and it's been the worst week of our lives. (My wife and I). My wife and I love country music. We reside in Las Vegas so it's pretty easy for us to attend music festivals. I attended lib(life is beautiful) the week prior she did not go all but Sunday. She attended route 91 the following weekend and I didn't go until Sunday. She attended with my brothers girlfriend Friday and Saturday they had a great time both days but my brothers girlfriend had work Monday morning and wanted to sell her ticket. My wife really wanted me to go and I was in an irritated mood because I had lost some NFL bets on Sunday and just wasn't in the mood. She convinced me as I found out one of our best friends was bartending the event and being generous with his pours and the fact that Jason Aldean would be there. I said yes and it was the best decision I made because I can't imagine how worse the situation could be for our families and loved ones. (Which goes with saying how much my heart hurts for the deceased, injured, wounded, mentally injured all across the board.) The night was shaping up to be perfect. We had a great spot starting with Jake Owen which was stage left center which was right in the heart of the crowd that would soon reek terror on all of us. https://imgur.com/gallery/PkBCB The night continued and it was beautiful. We were singing to Jake Owen we even took a break while dj silver played some great tunes like Don't stop believing and classic country songs from Sam Hunt, Florida Georgia Line, etc. We even all stood together in unity and sang God Bless America. It was beautiful absolutely beautiful. Right after this time we went to get that last drink before Jason Aldean went on to perform. We saw our good friend he said to come back for more rounds but at this time we were already pretty buzzed and it would probably be our last round considering we switched to beers. We were all so excited in the crowd. My wife and I saw him the first year of route 91 in 2014 and had the best time ever. We wanted to relive that moment and we were living up to the hype until we heard those fireworks. And all of us so ignorant in the crowd thought the same thing.... Fireworks Some idiot brought fireworks into a concert and the show continued. But the situation got real when we heard that second round of "fireworks" and then the music cut. Everyone started looking around and before you knew it we saw people taking cover and people screaming in pain/feaanger. What do you do in a large crowd with no place to take cover? You lay on the floor and pray to god it's not bullets. We feel guilty because we laid so low while people were still standing because we didn't know where the bullets were coming from. The reality came to life when we saw innocent people get struck by bullets. It was all so surreal. The sound the most horrifying thing you could ever hear in your life. Crackling, repetitive almost like a lead up to a drop in an edm song or a repetitive drum lead up to a chorus in a rock song. (Sorry I don't know music terms.) My wife and I began running in fear even though I wanted to stay and take cover on the ground. She was the one who yelled and said we need to run now. I was fearful that the shooter was in the crowd and wanted to stay low because there was so much law enforcement there and I knew that they would take down this a**hole fast. It's hard to thank god we ran because so many innocent people got hit that stood and took cover right beside us. I remember at one point seeing this man sitting up against the center sound stage fence holding his stomach with so much blood on his hands and belly area. He was by himself and I wanted to stay but all I could hear was the sound of bullets and my wife screaming my name. I think that's when I went into shock and went by instinct to get out. We began weaving through the crowd and jumped the center sound stage fence all while hearing that awful sound. I thank the man who helped get my wife over the roughly 5 foot barrier. I threw her feet over and he helped her not land on her face on the other side. I did a summersault over the fence and landed very hard on my back. At this point adrenaline kicked in and we immediately got up and continued to run diagonal towards the hooters hotel. At this point most of the stage right side of the crowd was cleared out. The only people that were on that side there were either shot or attending to those who got shot. The people on stage left had to hop that sound barrier or run all the way towards the back in an open field essentially towards the chairs to get out safely. The thing was the sound of bullets would go on for what felt like 20-30 seconds at a time then silence.... then more shots for 20-30 seconds at a time. In each increment of shots we would hit the floor and I would jump on top of my wife and cover her head with my left and mine with my right. (I hate the smell of whiskey). Every time we'd hit the ground we would smell booze and crackle on top of plastic cups and beer cans half filled with drinks. We ran ran ran ran. When we got towards the Tropicana we still had no idea who the shooter was and where he was coming from because the sounds kept going off. At this point we trusted NO ONE because we didn't know if there were multiple shooters or if other casinos were under attack. We decided to run to my place of work which is center strip. I had the keys to my office and I knew that was the safest place considering we had parked at the Mandalay Bay. We ran and ran and I want to apologize to the lady in front of ballys valet because she had asked us where we were coming from and I didn't want to answer because I was so paranoid. She told us that her daughter was at the country festival and she heard there was a shooter. I said there was and we kept running with no additional information. I pray she is okay. We ran to my place of work and immediately started calling friends, family, and of course our good friend who had been serving us all night. He had made it to safety wanted to pick us up as soon as possible. He was picked up by his parents near the airport and then his parents picked us up near Linq lane and flamingo. My wife attended to this girl sitting in the flamingo valet lot. She was by herself and crying hysterically... if you read this I pray you are okay and that you and your family/friends made it to safety. We got in the car and didn't know how to cry didn't know how to react didn't know what to say other than wtf????? And how are we here????. That's been the mindset all week. My wife and I had our anniversary on the 4th (2 years, together for 9) and we tried to go out tried to eat tried to go to a show but everything is so blurry. We work in the hospitality industry we go to work and try to put on a smile for our guests but it's hard to fake it when you've been through this traumatic experience. I left work twice this week because I would start hysterically crying and would just start thinking about everything that happened. My wife... so strong only left one day this week but took the rest of the week off. I get these triggers that set me off like sounds.... music.... wood pallets dropping on top of each other, the machines cleaning the floor, people screaming in joy or happiness and I love the #VegasStrong movement right now. It's so beautiful and so supportive but I just can't get over the fact that people are carrying on with their lives and enjoying life like nothing happened. I guess the attendees and bystanders are going to experience trauma and never be the same but I mourn so hard for those people who died and were injured and my wife and it's hard to just go back to reality. I tell my staff I was there and explain some details from above and they feel for me but they continue on as if nothing happened. Today I went to work and didn't have to leave early. It was a good day because I didn't have to leave early but I still hid in my office all day and avoided as much human contact as possible. I want to be normal again and I know that will never happen. My wife and I are seeing a counselor who specializes in ptsd but I feel bad for my counselor because she's booked by the hour with Las Vegans who experienced it. I feel bad for so many people like those who were eye witnesses, heard shots, heard screams, saw blood, the nurses and doctors, the people who've read this story. It's freaking scary and real and I'm trying to be strong and go back to work and show my wife my strong side but it's so hard to believe. I grew up here almost my whole life and loved everything about Vegas. I love the hospitality industry I majored in it. I love parties and loud music and drinking and a good time but right now it's hard to find any meaning in all of this. Why would god do this? Who did we survive? Why does life continue as usual? I may not have much more than scrapes and bruises but holy god I'm scarred on the inside. And I don't know when we will get better. I'm sorry for all the victims and so sorry for those who innocently died. It hurts thinking about it and as the clock ticks towards the exact week before it happened it hurts even more. I will be drinking to those who passed last week ALL 58. Good night and please stay safe and love your loved ones. Sending love into the world.
Trip Report- Dirt Cheap Vegas Trip with Hooters Review and Naps!
TLDR; 20 something couple who has been to Vegas before stayed at Hooters Hotel and Casino 4 nights, 5 days with airfare and resort fee for $887 and it was worth every penny. Hooters Hotel and Casino: With the flight, hotel and resort fee we paid $444 a person which we thought was too good to pass up. The hotel wasn't as bad as I expected it to be but it was pretty old. It is located a short walk to the strip which accessible by going into Tropicana located next door and using a bridge. When we booked this trip we only expected to be at this hotel to sleep at night and we ended up staying there for a lot more since it beat our expectations. Some parts of the hotel are "nice" and newish and some aren't. The new parts will NEVER be comparable to many of the casino's listed in the faq(even the budget ones) but that doesn't make it bad. If you are a regular person that doesn't need fancy shit or all you plan on doing is sleeping here(bachelobachelorette party or 21st birthday) it's great. The casino was small and never crowded, it was great for gambling a bit at the end of the night since it's almost impossible to get lost or lose whoever you are with. There was a cafe area with a coffee place, Krispy Kreme donuts and a Pizza Hut. There was also a pool bar, Hooters, and Steak n' Shake. They boasted about free parking, $15 buckets of bud light, and $1 margaritas inside the casino bar. The room service seemed incredibly cheap but we did not use it. Our room was average and as far as we know it was not one that was recently remodeled. The bathroom wasn't very nice and the safe was busted. It looked as if the Bathroom had been done about 10 years ago and the glaze was coming off of the bathtub corners. The room was clean and it had two awkward chairs that belonged in the 70's around a small table. We both thought that a reclinechair was missing from the room due to empty space. The bed was very comfortable and we slept amazing. The AC was ice cold and we had a tiny balcony overlooking the pool. It was $25 a night for a mini-fridge which we decided against and I kept filling up bags of ice and moving it from the sink when needed. If you are not flying in, bring a cooler and save yourself the money or go buy a cheap cooler at Walgreens on the strip for $8. The pool was very clean and quiet, it felt like we were the only people there most of the time and I got a ton of reading done. You couldn't bring your own alcohol or food and the security was tight. The menu seemed decently priced for a pool in vegas. If you stay at Hooters I highly recommend purchasing the Hooya One Pass, it comes with two different show tickets, a coupon for a free margarita, buy 10 wings get 10 wings, and a 1 hour open bar with wings NIGHTLY between 5-6 pm. At the same bar the drinks cost $5 during happy hour and we watched numerous hotel guests spend more than $20 on drinks in just that hour. I must've eaten about 100 wings and had over 30 drinks the entire trip because of this pass. The bartenders were really great to us during the open bar and we always had a drink in our hand. It saved us a ton of money on dinnelunch but I would've liked to have done one more nice dinner. It also would have been nice if we didn't have to go back to the hotel for 5pm every day but, my GF and I really enjoyed the happy hour, a nap, and a shower before going out for the night(not always in that order). It seemed like a lot of teenage kids were staying in the hotel for a basketball tournament or something and I never saw any parents. I observed a bunch of people staying in some rooms and the kids would sit outside of the room to charge their phones in the hallway. We had one issue with the kids, we were trying to go down and two girls got off our floor, when we got in the elevator all of the buttons were pressed to go up. It wasn't a big deal to us but it could be to people looking to make a show or relax and not have to deal with that crap. The elevator was also kind of shady and it seemed like it skipped our floor or something a few times when trying to go down. I don't know it it happens a lot but both of these things probably don't happen at places on the strip. Monday: We left my house at 3:30 am and flew Spirit Airlines from Newark to LAS which landed at 8:40 am. I'll never fly spirit again if I can help it. It was a $14 taxi to the Hotel where they wanted to charge a $25 early check in fee, we debated and decided to drop off our luggage and explore the area so that we could stay up a little longer before crashing since we got roughly 3 hours of sleep. While walking the strip we decided to get a quick bite to eat at Bubba Gump Shrimp Company since there is one in NYC and we've always wanted to go. We each got a flavored margarita which we normally don't get and they were pretty good, she got a shrimp po' boy, and I got calamari and a gigantic bucket of french fries. We mostly went to some shops for gifts and got supplies like shampoo, sunscreen and water for the week at Walgreens and the Liquor store. We checked in at 2:30, unpacked and took a nap. Between 5-6 we had an open bar(well and domestic drafts) at the pool bar with complementary wings and vegetables because we purchased the Hooyah One Pass for $20. At 7pm we took a Lyft to Freemont for a tour at Bangor Brewing. We had a flight and 2 or 3 beers. The guy giving us the tour waited patiently for us since our driver didn't follow directions and we were late. We were the only people on the tour but the place was pretty packed for a while. We explored Freemont Street for the remaining of the night which was very fun and interesting. If I had a kid under the age of 9 I wouldn't bring them but it honestly wasn't that bad besides some girls in thongs, pasties, and dominatrix looking girls(if your kid has an Instagram they have seen worse). Security walked a beat like they were riot cops and one came up to us and told us we couldn't drink in cans on Freemont and that we could drink out of plastic cups instead. He was really cool and I swore he was a cop until we saw real cops. Heads up to anyone. I really liked the vibe of Freemont but the light show was honestly terrible, I may have been spoiled by light shows at concerts and sporting events from a previous job, my girlfriend thinks that the show just needed different music... Tuesday: We woke up around 8:30 am and went to breakfast at the Steak n' Shake in Hooters. The food was average but service was slow(we never went back). We went to the pool for an hour or two before we went to a timeshare sales pitch for fun and free stuff(buffet and freeplay). I did the math and the $9,999 timeshare came out to be $33,000 over seven years. Once I gave the numbers and said no the guy became a HUGE dick. Sadly, one person bought one. Once the timeshare pitch was finished we went to the liquor store again. We got lunch at Taco's and Tequila where we split nachos and each had a few margaritas. I think they were some of the best margaritas I've ever had. Later we napped and went to the open bar before going to use my freeplay. After we finished loosing $100 in freeplay and getting tons of free drinks, I decided I had to go and see what a dispensary was like. I don't know the rules about posting about this so I will answer questions in a PM. I will also elaborate with a mod's approval since I think it could be really helpful. After getting back to the hotel we went to Hooters for some more wings and went to bed. Wednesday: We hung out at the pool for a few hours and we went exploring again. We walked around 15 miles this day and I wish we'd had gotten a light rail pass or Ubered to the end of the strip and walked back. We both like exploring things though so none of us mentioned it until it was too late. We didn't have anything planned for this day until we got back to the hotel and looked at all of the comedy clubs. We decided on the late show to see Jimmy Shubert at the Laugh Factory in Tropicana because it was close by and I actually knew of the opening act, Jason Lawhead, because of Bill Burr's Monday Morning Podcast. It was a pretty good show for the price we paid, and we got to see the worst heckler ever get thrown out. The night got hazy for me and I think we went to Hooters for some wings, fries, and onion rings before going to our room and passing out(probably with my shoes on). Thursday: We actually had plans! We woke up with purpose and got breakfast at Coco's Bakery, a short walk from where we were staying. It was cheap and some of the better breakfast food I've had in a while including some of the diners here in NJ, I wish we could've gone again. After breakfast, we went to the pool before heading to the Mirage for a late lunch buffet thanks to Tahiti Village. Next, we used MyVegas rewards at New York New York for buy one get one crepes at 48th and Crepe which were amazing and we cashed in a ticket for buy one get one 40 oz beers at Tom's Urban. It was happy hour so the beers were under the voucher limit and we basically got them for free + tip which was great considering their somewhat decent selection of draft beer. We went back to the open bar for 5pm, napped and got ready for dinner at Black Tap in the Venetian which was everything I thought it would be and more. I wish I had room for a Crazy Shake but I could barely finish my burger and I only ate 3 onion rings, luckily there is one in NYC. At 10pm we saw John Caparulo at Harrah's. The show was average and I think he could've really used an opening act to get the crowd going instead of awkwardly walking on stage. It was pretty empty, we got GA cheap seats and got moved up to the 5th row. We gambled pretty late and made fun of all the people waiting in line at the club at MGM Grand at 2:30 in the morning, these people looked miserable and hadn't even been in the club yet. I don't miss those days. Friday: We laid in bed for most of the morning since there was not an option for a late checkout and we weren't leaving for the Airport until 8 PM. We double and triple checked for everything and I swear I packed a few things that I can no longer find(it's not a vacation until I've lost something). We checked out around 11am and stored our luggage with the valet. We went to the M&M Store and did the free 3d movie which was pretty entertaining since I don't think I have ever seen a 3d movie before. We decided on going to the Bodies exhibit at Luxor which was pretty cool but probably not worth $30 with an MLife card. We also took the tram to Mandalay Bay which was pretty nice but very empty and kind of eerie. It also smelled like a funeral home or church or something. We cashed in another couple of MyVegas rewards and went to Tom's Urban again for 40oz beers(on happy hour). We also ordered the two way fries which consisted of shoe string and sweet potato fries. They were out of this world! Finally we went to Coyote Ugly for buy one get one drinks(MyVegas). My GF has always wanted to go here but none of her friends ever would go with her. We both fell in love with the bartender and we talked for about an hour about life in Vegas before heading back to the open bar and did some last minute gift shopping. In all we did a lot of gambling, walking around, and exploring. We also talked with a ton of locals and tried to get a feel for the place. I'm not a fan of most shows and she had seen most of them in her previous travels. I really wanted to change the hotel after booking it and she kept insisting that it'd be fine. Besides using MyVegas a trick we learned was to use your Mlife card for anything you purchase inside an MGM casino, it doesn't matter if you are buying show tickets or a frozen drink, you'll get points from your purchase. I expect to get a ton of comps to use at the Borgata and I think we are coming back for the Golden Knights/Devils game in January. My total expenses for the trip came out to be $1190.75 based on all of my credit card statements and cash that I had left over in my wallet. This includes my half of the hotel, resort, plane and all of the booze, rides, and gambling I did.
Sorry Folks, but the Kymberley Suchomel's Story Doesn't Add Up
Kymberley is full of shit. Her story about what happened defies belief. This is her description of her and her friend escaping the venue via a fence that had been knocked down: “But the gunfire wasn’t stopping this whole time. It wasn’t ceasing. It wasn’t slowing down. And It was directly behind us, following us. Bullets were coming from every direction. Behind us, in front of us, to the side of us. But I know, I just know, that there was someone chasing us. The entire time I felt this way. The farther we got from the venue, the closer the gunfire got. I kept looking back expecting to see the gunmen- and I say MEN because there was more than one person. There was more than one gun firing. 100% more than one. “As we were running, we kept changing direction, because it felt like no matter what direction we took, we were being followed. So we ended up running in a weird triangular path. The first place I remember getting to was a parking lot, and I told Casie (who was slightly in front of me) we needed to get under one of the trucks. She turned to me and started her way back to me, and that is when the gunfire got even CLOSER than ever before. It was RIGHT THERE. It was within the parking lot. Everyone around us was panicking once again. So we ditched the idea of getting underneath a vehicle, and we continued the run for our lives. If you know me, you know I am a big girl, who is out of shape, and who definitely does not run for any reason. But I can tell you I ran like I have never run before.” If the gunfire was coming from in front of them, why were they running towards it? If she said the gunmen were RIGHT THERE, then why wasn’t she able to see them? And weirdest of all, if they were running like hell, surrounded by gunmen on all sides, would she really take out her phone to call her husband and grandmother while still running (that was in a part of her description.) Next, she says they ran towards Hooters casino but people were running out of that casino and so they assumed there were shooters in there, too. But here is a story from blackjack dealer about her experience at the Hooters casino. Her account of hundreds of concert goers taking refuge at the casino completely contradicts Kymberley’s story, where people were running out of Hooters. Kymberley continues her story: “at some point, we ended up at the airport & even entered the building for safety. Everyone as we entered were screaming at the staff “IS IT SAFE IN HERE?” but we weren’t getting anyone to answer us, so after running about 30 feet into the building, not getting the answers we so desperately needed, we decided it, too, wasn’t a safe spot, so we got out of there quickly and continued running.” This is completely absurd, not just because it doesn’t make any sense, but because to enter the airport they would have had to go all the way around the runways and then down towards the terminal. This is not a situation where they would just “end up” at the airport. They would have had to go a mile East along Tropicana, totally exposed, then another mile South on Paradise to get to the terminal. So after running for two miles to the airport, they just decided to turn around and run a mile back the way they came because nobody was answering their questions? On top of that, it doesn’t make any sense to run to the airport. The most obvious thing to do would be to seek shelter at the nearest spot, which in this case would be the MGM grand that is right across from Hooters, or the hotel 6 nearby on the way to the airport, or one of the many gas stations and convenience stores and other places along the way. Just go on google maps street view in front of Hooters and trace their alleged route. It defies belief. I don't care how panicked and irrational you are. This is simply a non-starter. Then she says they continued running. They crossed an intersection to get a limo driver to help them, then a cab driver who wouldn’t allow all five of them in. But wait a second, they were just at the airport. Why didn’t they get a couple of taxis at the airport? It’s Vegas for crying out loud — there’s a line of taxis a mile long waiting at the airport. She says they then ran passed (sic) a liquor store where the workers gave her group some water. Well why didn’t they just stay in the liquor store with the friendly, helpful workers? But no, they were on a mission I guess. Which included passing by UNLV. And then, “I don’t remember at which time, but at some point, Ricky was reminded by Cassie that his Uncle Manny lived in Vegas. He called him, and we made a plan to meet him at a grocery store a couple miles away to get picked up.” Why couldn’t uncle Manny just come pick them up where they were? They had already run a good 3 and a half miles by this point, at least. She says they were exhausted and vomiting. She admits she was a heavy woman who was totally out of shape. Why choose to run another couple of miles? They felt it would be safer to run down the street for two miles than seek shelter inside a store or building waiting for their ride? Finally, one more absurdity stands out. If you read her post, you see that she was totally in shock after the incident. Just a complete mess. But according to this newspaper report, her “final Facebook photos are a pair of cowboy boots with an American flag and her new Harvest 91 Festival tattoo that includes the date of the shooting and the text ‘Country Strong.'” Really? Apparently, that was her way of coping. I don't buy it. Too soon. Notice that the evolving narrative around Kymberley is that she is dead, either from a seizure perhaps induced by post-traumatic stress or killed in a plot to bury her story of multiple shooters. Both narratives want to sell you the idea that she is dead and that the shootings were real, either from Paddock or from multiple shooters. But the truth, as usual, is that Kymberley is basically just another crisis actor designed to confuse the narrative and bury this massive hoax in a thick layer of fog and uncertainty. In other words, Standard Operating Procedure. She's a special type of crisis actor since her death was faked. I wonder what she got out of the deal. If she really had terminal cancer, maybe she was willing to trade faking her death for financial security for her husband and daughter. I guess we'll never know...
A little background on us. I’m 35 my wife is 28. We aren’t major gamblers by any stretch, but we usually hit up a local casino maybe once a month, twice if we do good, and usually gambling about $100 a piece each time. We are both huge sports fans, especially college sports (Notre Dame). I’m a bit of a tightwad most of the time. The morning of April 2, 2016 I asked her if she wanted to marry me (both of us have been married once before), she said yes. I bought tickets that morning, didn’t tell anyone our plans and drove from South Bend Indiana area to Chicago O’Hare, and arrived in Vegas right around dark. The first couple of Hotels I tried for were booked, but we ended up finding a room at Planet Hollywood (which we spent all of about 4 hours in). We then flew out the next morning, spending a total of about 12 hours in Vegas. This time around, after finding out my kids would be with their mom over Spring Break, I decided to save up and actually plan a trip this time. We debated Florida, Canada, the Smokies, and ended up deciding on Vegas. Tuesday – March 27 We stayed the night at Blue Chip Casino (BOYD Gaming) in Michigan City Indiana (halfway to O’Hare). Both of us had comps for a free room and Buffet’s as well and about $75 worth of food credit that we had been saving for our Vegas trip. They also gave me a $25 gas card. We decided to gamble $100, and lost pretty quickly. After eating our “free buffets” we decided to go to bed, anticipating an early morning. Wednesday – March 28 Once we got to O’Hare, we went and checked our 1 bag in at the Spirit Airlines desk. Everything at Spirit is A la Carte, and I had paid for 1 checked bag, however the lady in front of me discovered that their checked bags cost even more if over 40lbs. I had gone with Spirit to save a buck, and overall the experience wasn’t terrible, but I’ve had much better experiences with other non-discount airlines. After arriving in Vegas, we rode the bus from the airport to the Rental Car facility, and in short time had our new car for the week. The nice lady at Payless tried selling me several extras, and I politely declined each of them. I’ve come to expect the sales pitch no matter what rental company I use, and overall my experience with these guys was very good. We ended up changing reservations last minute for our Hotel due to additional offers I received while at Blue Chip. After checking in at the Fremont (all 6 nights) we unpacked, stopped at IN & OUT Burger, and made a run to Wal-Mart for snacks and drinks. We then decided to go check out the Nuwu Dispensary, we were both very impressed with the selection, cleanliness, and friendliness of everyone we talked to there (we are novices at this lol). After making a “small” purchase, we decided to drive out to Mount Charleston for the evening and ended up catching the sunset before driving back into town. We spent the rest of the evening walking around Fremont Street mostly just people watching, before we grabbed a snack from the Café inside the Fremont and went back to our room for the night. The food was average at best, but the price was right, even if I hadn’t used my points. Thursday – March 29 We slept in until about 9:30, and slowly made our way over to the Hoover Dam. On our way to the Dam, we stopped at Sunset Station for their Brunch Buffet, and were really impressed, especially for the $7 price. After gambling a little and not winning we continued to the Dam. Waze had me going some crazy roads that I’d never taken before to get there, and took us about 3 times longer than I had ever remembered. After getting closer and seeing all of the traffic/road construction I now knew why. All of the lower parking lots were full, so we drove to the little gift shop on the Arizona side (I was surprised to see the road now ends here), got a couple of little souvenirs for our boys, and walked around a little bit before exploring Lake Meade a little and driving back to Fremont. After relaxing for a little bit we again decided to walk around Fremont Street and ended up getting Margaritas and Enchilada Nacho’s at Nachodaddy’s. I would highly recommend this place if you want a good drink and great nachos, we both loved it, and our bartenders were great. After walking back to the Fremont and going back and forth on winning/losing at the slot machines, my wife got a bonus feature on the machine she was playing, when I noticed a guy standing behind her watching. He looked really familiar, and after seeing “Deez Nuts” on the back of his jacket, I realized he was the youtube star from the Deez Nuts video. He posed for a picture with my wife and then went on his way. We gambled for a few hours and went to bed about even on the day. Friday – March 30 After grabbing coffee from Dunkin Donuts inside the Fremont, we decided to drive down to Primm, because my wife had never been to California. We stopped at the truck stop and decided against topping off on gas, due to the price being over $4/gallon. We walked around the shop, found some more souvenirs for the kids, and ate lunch at Qdoba. After driving around behind the outlet mall, I realized there wasn’t a sign saying welcome to California, so I hopped on I15 and continued South/West until she got to see her sign. We went a few exits and decided a trip all the way to Baker wasn’t worth the drive, so we turned around just past the giant solar farm on the right. In the stretch from about a mile outside of Primm to where we turned around, we passed probably a dozen of each Nevada State Police and California Highway Patrol, many of which were on motorcycles and all of which had at least 1 car pulled over. About the time we made it back into Vegas, my buddy’s flight from Washington DC had arrived (he’s getting ready to leave for Japan for the next 3 years) so we went and picked him up at his hotel (Hooters). My wife won some money on the “Vacation” machine in Hooters and we decided to go walk the strip, which wasn’t a bad walk at all. We ended up going through the MGM, across to the Aria/Monte Carlo area and decided all the bars were a bit too busy due to a Golden Knights game getting ready to start. We walked over to Excalibur and rode the monorail to Mandalay Bay. We spent the rest of the evening here, and I decided to bet on Notre Dame Women, which turned out to be a good bet. My buddy, being born in Connecticut bet on UConn and that pretty much set the tone for his luck the rest of his trip. My wife and I ended up getting a giant hot dog/pepsi combo for $3.99 at the Café inside the Fremont after returning, and it was a better bet than the Chinese food we had tried earlier in the week. Saturday – March 31 Another buddy of ours had moved to Vegas about 6 weeks ago, while his wife and kids are moving out there today. He called me late Saturday morning, and had us meet him out at the RV Dealership he works for. After getting a tour of their half million dollar Motorhomes (built here in Indiana), we hopped in his convertible and rode out to Red Rock Canyon. The line to get in was about 100 cars long, and it looked like they were only letting a few in every 15 minutes, so we drove out along that area and headed back a different way to the south side of town. The company he works for sponsors the Horse Arena at the South Point Casino, so we rode over, watched some of the show, and got the behind the scenes tour of the stalls, practice arena, and got to meet the horses/cowboys. We ended up spending most of the day at South Point, and we really enjoyed it, probably our favorite one on the “strip” so to speak. We ate dinner at Baja Miguel’s and all enjoyed our food. Later on Saturday night we rode back to downtown. My buddy that now lives in Vegas, took us to Container Park, which was really cool. After that we walked back down Fremont Street and I had bet earlier on Michigan beating Loyola in Men’s basketball. Another good choice, however I had to find a casino with a sports book that could cash me out. We ended up going to “The D” and really enjoyed the atmosphere/older machines. My wife ended up playing the old school Horse Racing Quarter Machine upstairs and stayed on it for quite a while. We ended up heading back to the Fremont, where we gambled the rest of our “$200 limit” for the day, and did pretty good. After several hours of gambling, we decided we were hungry, so we walked over to the Café at Binions, and were really impressed with what we had. Sunday – April 1 We ate the Breakfast Buffet at the Fremont (comped), took an Uber back to our rental car on the other side of town, picked our buddy up at Hooters and headed north to Zion National Park. A couple hours later we arrived and were somewhat surprised that it wasn’t completely packed. My buddy has a free pass (Military) so we saved $30 on the gate fee. We spent most of the day at Zion, climbing, hiking, and exploring, it was my 4th time there, but the first time for my wife and buddy, and while my wife isn’t a hiker like me, she really enjoyed it and mentioned that it was one of her top 3 things we did on our trip. On our way back to town we stopped at Casa Blanca in Mesquite for a few hours, we didn’t do any good, but enjoyed the change of pace from the Vegas casinos. Monday – April 2 We walked the strip again, and ate the brunch buffet at the Bellagio. It was really good, but if I hadn’t used the buy 1 get 1 free coupon I had, I wouldn’t have been quite as impressed. We walked around the strip some more, and ended up buying tickets to X-Country for my wife and I for the 10pm show at Harrah’s. The lady at the Box Office didn’t offer any discount, but when I asked about using my players card, she gave me a $10/ticket discount on the tickets. After that we drove across town to Sams Town (Boyd Gaming) and gambled for a few hours, I remembered a Steak House from several years back that I really enjoyed here, but we ended deciding against it for our anniversary meal. After going back to our hotel to change and shower, we ended up going to Viva Zapata’s (based on Reddit reviews). We weren’t disappointed! The food was amazing, the atmosphere even better, and the wait staff was the best! Our waiter asked what brought us out there, I told him it was our 2 year anniversary and we had flown in from Indiana to celebrate. We were enjoying the live Mariachi music, but started getting a little anxious as we were waiting on our bill (we wanted to get to Harrah’s by 9:30). A few minutes later here came the wait staff/musician to our table, put giant sombrero’s on us, gave us a couple of churros and each of us a shot of Tequila (no charge) while they sang us a song. I tipped them well and we were on our way to the show. My wife is a huge country music fan, and while I enjoy some of the older stuff, I’m more of a metalhead. I was pleasantly surprised at the price of our tickets, and for the money, the show wasn’t bad. 1 of the dancers really stood out from the rest though, but all in all it was a good experience. I wanted to go see Absinthe but found out they weren’t playing on Monday night. After our show we walked down to the Bellagio Fountains to see a show before heading back to the hotel. Tuesday – April 3 We spent most of the morning packing up from our 6 nights at the Fremont, I checked with the Casino host to see about possibly comping more than 2 of our nights, but she showed me where my score in their algorithm was only a 65, and needed to be 100 to qualify for more. I still only paid $165 for the 4 nights I had to pay for, which was more than fair in my opinion, considering how little time we actually spent in the room. We went to Hooters and gambled for about 20 minutes, winning a couple hundred dollars, then took my buddy to the airport. Our flight wasn’t until 6:30pm, so we drove back North and had to try another Reddit suggestion for our last meal in town. We ended up at Hamburger Hut as we love to eat wings, and although the location and building were a bit sketchy, we ordered hot wings, a hot dog, and chili fries, this was our favorite food of the trip. We also really enjoyed hanging with some of the locals while we ate lunch. After eating lunch we hit up Walmart by the airport to find some last minute souvenirs to take back home, and then returned our rental car and waited a few hours for our flight back home. What I would recommend Sight Seeing - Zion National Park, Red Rock Canyon, Lake Mead, Container Park (especially if you have kids) Food - Hamburger Hut, Viva Zapata’s, In & Out Burger, Nachodaddy, Hotdogs at South Point, Breakfast Buffet at Sunset Station, also saved a bunch of money by getting snacks and drinks for our room at the grocery store on day 1. Casinos – As a gambler, the ones off the Strip seemed to pay better, but the ones on the strip were much classier and had newer slots you can’t find elsewhere. My 3 favorite were the Fremont, The D, and South Point. My wife really enjoyed seeing the sights at the Bellagio, the Flamingo, and others on the Strip. No matter what, if you’re going to gamble, get a players card, it saved me a bunch of money. Transportation – If you like to do more than just stay in town and walk all week, I’d highly recommend getting a rental car like we did (about $200 for the week for a nice sized car), but if you don’t plan on going on long day trips like we did, UbeLyft would be great. Entertainment – XCountry at Harrahs wasn’t the top show I’ve ever seen, but 2 tickets for $80 something and a happy wife, I can’t complain at all. Watching all the entrepreneurs on Fremont Street as well as the stage shows for free was hard to beat, and any trip to Vegas should include the Bellagio Fountains, the Flamingo Habitat, and any other free entertainment you can find along the strip. What I wouldn’t recommend Airlines – don’t go with the budget airlines expecting to save a bunch of money if you plan on taking a bag with you, checked or carry on, prefer to pick your seats out in advance, or want to get a snack while flying. Food – While we didn’t really have any “bad” experiences, the café and Buffet at the Fremont were probably my least favorite, but I can’t complain because I didn’t have to pay for anything at either of them. Also I was looking forward to checking out Heart Attack Grill (based on Ducktales review), but they were packed and took Cash Only fyi. Sight Seeing – Fremont Street after dark really isn’t the place to take your small kids but be sure to take them to Container Park during the day, Hoover Dam (unless you go early), Red Rock Canyon scenic trail on a holiday weekend. Pawn Stars was packed and if you’ve seen it once, the excitement kind of wore off, and they apparently charge for parking now. I parked up the street for free and only had a short walk, but the people trying to push you to buy extras outside of the store really kind of rubbed me the wrong way.
Can we make a thread where we list the hotels and the closest shuttle location that corresponds to each hotel? Through any of the shuttle stops? Obviously it would be updated as more info comes out but just to begin? Because this will be my first time in Vegas and despite me trying to plan everything I'm having a difficult time figuring out which shuttle stop will be closest to my hotel and I can only assume there are some other people out there with similar issues! For the record, I'm booked to stay at Aria and can't decide if (based on JusCollege's tentative shuttle locations) I should go with the Linq shuttle pass or Tropicana because, on a map, they seem pretty similar in distance. Hope this thread becomes useful! Feels great to finally be planning stuff! :) edit: So based on this I can put together the OFFICIAL Insomniac shuttle hotel location list, still need for other shuttle companies, also this is only going off the article, so if there are any corrections that need to be done please let me know! Circus Circus-Insomniac: Las Vegas Festival Grounds, JusCollege: Stratosphere-Insomniac: Las Vegas Festival Grounds, JusCollege: MGM Grand-Insomniac: MGM, JusCollege: Aria-Insomniac: The Linq, JusCollege: Cosmopolitan-Insomniac: The Linq, JusCollege: Hooters Casino-Insomniac: MGM stop, JusCollege: Harrahs-Insomniac: The Linq, JusCollege: The Linq-Insomniac: The Linq, JusCollege: Luxor-Insomniac: Las Vegas Village, JusCollege: Vdara-Insomniac: The Linq, JusCollege: New York New York-Insomniac: Excalibur OR MGM, JusCollege: Excalibur-Insomniac: Excalibur, JusCollege: Tropicana-Insomniac: Excalibur OR MGM, JusCollege: Bally's-Insomniac: The Linq, JusCollege: Monte Carlo-Insomniac: MGM, JusCollege: Flamingo-Insomniac: The Linq, JusCollege: Treasure Island-Insomniac: The Linq, JusCollege: Paris-Insomniac: The Linq, JusCollege: SLS-Insomniac: Las Vegas Festival Grounds, JusCollege: Planet Hollywood-Insomniac: The Linq, JusCollege: Mandalay bay-Insomniac: Excalibur, JusCollege: Mirage-Insomniac: The Linq, JusCollege: Caesar's Palace-Insomniac: The Linq, JusCollege: The Cromwell-Insomniac: The Linq, JusCollege: Bellagio-Insomniac: The Linq, JusCollege: Wynn/Encore-Insomniac: Las Vegas Festival Grounds, JusCollege: Venetian/Palazzo-Insomniac: Las Vegas Festival Grounds, JusCollege:
I figured we could make a thread on what everyone is paying for what. Maybe if we could follow a format: Hotel | Days | Avg per night (incl tax, resort fees) | Room Type | Number of People | Comments I'll start... Luxor | Thur-Tue | $252.60 | Pyramid Suite - 2 Queen Beds | 4 | The price online with taxes and resort fees is $299, but if you call them up you can get them to waive the extra person fees for the third and fourth person. Adding the resort fees from another thread... Please include these in your per night price! Hotels in Las Vegas that DO NOT have resort fees: · Bally's · Bill's · Caesars Palace · Casino Royale · The Cosmopolitan · The California · El Cortez · Elara · The Flamingo · Golden Gate · Golden Nugget · Harrah's · Imperial Palace · LVH · M Resort · Main Street Station · Planet Hollywood · The Platinum Hotel and Spa · Rio Las Vegas · South Point * added - Paris, pretty sure no fees(correct me if I'm wrong) Hotels that DO CHARGE Resort Fees (Hidden fee charged per day+tax that they do not tell you about in advance): · ARIA:$25 · ARTISAN BOUTIQUE HOTEL: $9.95 · BELLAGIO: $25 · CIRCUS, CIRCUS: $8.95 · ENCORE LAS VEGAS:$25 · EXCALIBUR LAS VEGAS:$15 · FOUR SEASONS AT MANDALAY BAY: $20 · GREEN VALLEY RANCH: $24.99 · HARD ROCK LAS VEGAS: $24.64 · HOOTERS: $9.95 · LUXOR: $18 · MANDALAY BAY: $25. · MANDARIN ORIENTAL: $24 · MGM GRAND: $25 · MIRAGE: $25. · MONTE CARLO: $20. · NEW YORK, NEW YORK: $18. · PALACE STATION: $14.99 · PALAZZO: $20 · PALMS PLACE: $15 · PLAZA: $10 · RAVELLA: $22 · RED ROCK: $24.99 · RIVIERA: $11 · RUMOR RESORT: $11.99 · THE SIGNATURE AT MGM GRAND: $25 · SILVERTON: $7.50 · STRATOSPHERE: $7.50 · THEhotel AT MANDALAY BAY: $25 · THE PALMS: $20 · TUSCANY SUITES: $14 · TREASURE ISLAND: $25 · TROPICANA:$19.99 · TRUMP:$25 · VDARA: $25 · VENETIAN LAS VEGAS: $20 · WESTIN CASUARINA: $11.50 · WYNN LAS VEGAS: $25
In conjunction with beastboyrolf, who has kindly let me handle a couple of defunct teams for this series, I present today's "Defunct Team Spotlight". Today's featured "defunct" team is Robby Gordon Motorsports(RGM). Well, OK, it's technically RGM. Today's team is actually Alan Kulwicki(AK) Racing. What does AK Racing have to do with Robby Gordon Motorsports? More than you realize. AK Racing was formed in mid-1986 by Alan Kulwicki, a fan favorite driver and 1992 Winston Cup champion. He initially drove for Bill Terry, until Terry stop fielding a team in mid-1986. So Alan bought Terry's team and began driving his own car - initially running #35, and starting in 1987 Kulwicki drove the now-iconic #7. Between 1986-1993, when Kulwicki died prematurely in a plane crash, he made 188 starts, winning 5 races. The team then passed through several hands: driver Geoff Bodine(Geoff Bodine Racing), Jim Mattei/John Porter(Mattei Motorsports), Jim Smith(Ultra Racing), and Robby Gordon(RGM). Owners:
Alan Kuwicki(AK Racing, 1986-1993)
Geoff Bodine (Geoff Bodine Racing, 1993-1998)
Jim Mattei/John Porter(Mattei Motorsports, 1998-2000)
Alan Kulwicki/Jimmy Hensley/Tommy Kendall(1986-1993): Won 5 races, and the 1992 Winston Cup Championship. The #7 Hooters Thunderbird Kulwicki drove is part of NASCAR lore. His 1992 championship was the closest points race in NASCAR history, until the 2011 season when Tony Stewart and Carl Edwards raced to a tie which was decided by wins(Stewart won). Kulwicki's 1992 championship also remains the last Cup championship by a 'pure' owner driver (Tony Stewart's 2011 championship is the most recent owner-driver title, but as a co-owner, so not a pure owner-driver). After Kulwicki's death, Hensley drove the #7 (with Tommy Kendall spelling him at road courses) until late in the season, when Geoff Bodine purchased AK Racing.
Geoff Bodine(1993-1998): Bodine purchased AKR after Kulwicki's untimely death, and ran the team until he sold it to Jim Mattei and John Porter after 4 wins over 5 1/2 years. He had to find sponsorship upon purchase of the team, as Hooters pulled their sponsorship upon his purchasing the team.
Michael Waltrip/Mike Wallace(1998-2000): Waltrip came in after Bodine's departure, and drove through the 2000 season and was replaced by Mike Wallace.
Mike Wallace/Robby Gordon/Kevin LePage/Casey Atwood/Jason LeffleTed Musgrave/Jimmy Spencer(2000-2004): Ultra Motorsports bought the team midway through 2000, and fielded the #7, with mostly average to mediocre results, through the 2004 season. This team was notably sponsored by Sirius Satellite Radio, and featured the company's canine mascot on the hood.
Robby Gordon (2005-dormant): Robby Gordon purchased the team in 2005 and fielded it as an owner driver through 2012, with his best finishes coming at the road courses. Robby ran into sponsorship issues after his primary sponsor, Motorola, was prohibited from the Cup Series due to Sprint's exclusivity agreement.
Future Cup crew chiefs Tony Gibson and Brian Whitesell cut their teeth working for Kulwicki's AK Racing.
Paul Andrews, who would go on to be crew chief for Geoff Bodine(when he bought AKR), Steve Park, Bobby Labonte and Michael Waltrip, got his start at AK Racing. He was Alan Kulwicki's crew chief from 1988 until Kulwicki's death in 1993.
Before he won championships with Jeff Gordon and owned his own Cup team, Ray Evernham lasted six weeks working for Alan Kulwicki, who was a demanding employer.
Robby Gordon hasn't attempted a race since Sonoma in 2012. He gave the iconic #7 to Tommy Baldwin Racing in 2013, so it's likely the road ends here for the team started by a journeyman driver from Greenfield, Wisconsin. My other team(unless beastboyrolf gives me any others to do) will be Donlavey Racing. That will probably come next week.
Almost time to book rooms for EDC 2013. Here's a list of hotels with and without resort fees - hidden fees charged each day +tax
Update the list if needed. Hotels in Las Vegas that DO NOT have resort fees: · Bally's · Bill's · Caesars Palace · Casino Royale · The Cosmopolitan · The California · El Cortez · Elara · The Flamingo · Golden Gate · Golden Nugget · Harrah's · Imperial Palace · LVH · M Resort · Main Street Station · Planet Hollywood · The Platinum Hotel and Spa · Rio Las Vegas · South Point * added - Paris, pretty sure no fees(correct me if I'm wrong) Hotels that DO CHARGE Resort Fees (Hidden fee charged per day+tax that they do not tell you about in advance): · ARIA:$25 · ARTISAN BOUTIQUE HOTEL: $9.95 · BELLAGIO: $25 · CIRCUS, CIRCUS: $8.95 · ENCORE LAS VEGAS:$25 · EXCALIBUR LAS VEGAS:$15 · FOUR SEASONS AT MANDALAY BAY: $20 · GREEN VALLEY RANCH: $24.99 · HARD ROCK LAS VEGAS: $24.64 · HOOTERS: $9.95 · LUXOR: $18 · MANDALAY BAY: $25. · MANDARIN ORIENTAL: $24 · MGM GRAND: $25 · MIRAGE: $25. · MONTE CARLO: $20. · NEW YORK, NEW YORK: $18. · PALACE STATION: $14.99 · PALAZZO: $20 · PALMS PLACE: $15 · PLAZA: $10 · RAVELLA: $22 · RED ROCK: $24.99 · RIVIERA: $11 · RUMOR RESORT: $11.99 · THE SIGNATURE AT MGM GRAND: $25 · SILVERTON: $7.50 · STRATOSPHERE: $7.50 · THEhotel AT MANDALAY BAY: $25 · THE PALMS: $20 · TUSCANY SUITES: $14 · TREASURE ISLAND: $25 · TROPICANA:$19.99 · TRUMP:$25 · VDARA: $25 · VENETIAN LAS VEGAS: $20 · WESTIN CASUARINA: $11.50 · WYNN LAS VEGAS: $25
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