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Over Aquarius Casino Resort
Het hotel ligt in Laughlin vlak bij alle winkels en uitgaansgelegenheden. Laughlin heeft een centrale locatie in het puntje van Nevada aan de grens met Californië en Arizona. Hier door een ideale tussen stop als u bijvoorbeeld van Las Vegas naar de Grand Canyon rijd. Het hotel zelf heeft een eigen casino, een zwembad en verschillende restaurants.
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Het hotel ligt in het centrum van Laughlin aan de Colorado River.
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Laughlin, aan de Colorado River, ligt in het uiterste zuiden van Nevada op de grens met Arizona. Na Las Vegas en Reno is Laughlin het op twee na belangrijkste casinoparadijs van Nevada.
"lovely holiday in laughlin"
great view of Colorado from our room in the Arizona tower. Clean and comfortabe room, plenty of space. Great service.Hope to return soon from UK/ It's a long way to travel, but we think it's really worth it.
"Considering other options, it's better than others"
The Aquarius Hotel has been a favorite for our family. Among all the other Hotel/Casino's on the Laughlin Strip, this one seems to be one of the more family friendly (although still limited). They have two towers, an Adult Only tower and I'm guessing though it's not identified, a family tower. The Aquarius sits right in between the Riverside and Edgewater. A pretty good location on the North end of the strip. Easy access to and from any of the neighboring casinos. The actual hotel is nice. Looks cleaner than the one next door. Rooms are fairly decent as well. The rooms as well as the windows are situated in such a way so you see the river. Each room has a refrigerator which is a GREAT option to have with kids. The rooms also boast free wi-fi. Let me tell you about the wifi.... To access the wifi, you log on to the sign on page, put in your room number, then your last name. Sounds easy enough right? Unfortunately, it wasn't for us. So when receiving the "no record" message, I called the toll free number. The support number staff was able to identify my two devices on the network and allow them on the wifi. Although they couldn't understand why despite the fact that we were registered guests we weren't allowed on the wifi from the get go. That sign on lasts for 24 hours. As soon as that 24 hours was up, so was the wifi. So I though since it's been 24 hours, our name SHOULD be in the system. Nope...So I had to call the toll free number again. But this time the representative told me all I had to do was scroll from the drop down menu and click "visitor" and put in my email and voila! I was signed in. A lot simpler than looking for my devices on the network. Needless to say, the wifi worked, it was complicated, but it worked. And the free service was sufficient as opposed to the faster speed which I didn't buy in to. The room cleanliness was good but there was a concern that I didn't bring up to the front desk because it just would have been pointless in my opinion... When we checked into our room, all was fine, looked clean. While my kids were playing on the floor I noticed a pill. It was a regular Ibuprofen thankfully nothing more but even so, one of my kids could have put that pill in their mouth. This only leads me to believe that vacuuming was either skipped or hurried. By the way, the pill was definitely not ours as we didn't pack pills. HOWEVER, the next day though, housekeeping kind of inadvertently made up for the error they didn't know they made by making our beds (of course) but as well folding our kids blankets and placing the stuffed animals on top. It was a cute simple detail that they didn't have to do. So, it was pretty much take the good with take the bad. Pill thing though still kind of has me a little bothered but again, nothing to raise a fuss over. Parking is fairly simple. The structure at the Aquarius is free and I found these parking spaces to be a bit more roomier than the structure next door. The resort pool is new. They moved the pool from the 3rd floor to behind the parking area in what use to be sort of a makeshift outdoor concert arena. The pool is smaller it seems but it also includes a pool bar. I can't remember if the old pool had this or not, either way, it's much nicer. There are restrictions though and we kind of found this odd but it kind of makes sense. The pool is open from 7am to Midnight. However, the pool is open for ADULTS ONLY from 7am to 10am, and from 9pm to Midnight. This is enforced as we did see a family denied entry at close to 8am. One of my biggest pet peeves of any hotel is the TV Service. Some are hit and miss, and when you have kids who are accustomed to a couple of particular channels, it becomes a little bit challenging when those channels are not offered. With that, the in room cable wasn't all that great. Reception was snowy and channels were limited. In all, it's still one of our favorites to stay at. Like most of the hotel/casinos in Laughlin, it certainly does need an update, but what's up right now is pretty good.
"After Two Years Still A Two Star"
Decided to come back for another try since they opened their new pool area. Would have been another two star experience again if we did not opt for upgrading to the Majestic Suite. Other than that, same two star experience. The suite was very roomy, but with old decor. The lighting in the bathroom was very bad. They need to add more or better lighting. The sink area was huge, and I would suggest putting in another sink (only had one.) Check out on both TV's did not work. Great view from the 12th floor. The pullout bed was not even made. We had to ask housekeeping for bedding and pillows for that. Did try to go to the Waterfront Bar. I say "try" because we sat there for 7-8 minutes with no service at all. As we looked around, there were many tables that were not bussed. There were only a few people there. We decided to leave. Front desk and check in/out was very quick and with a smile this time. Now for the pool...the reason we came. You have to go through two gates with your hotel key. The first area that you go through has fake grass set up, and access to bathrooms. This area is terribly wasted. Would be a good place to set up games, or a volleyball/basketball area, some tables with umbrellas, or something instead of just empty space. We entered the pool and at its deepest is only 4 feet...thumbs down. The pool itself is pretty small for such a big hotel with no special features. They did have nine "private" cabanas with tv, couple loungers, table, and couch. Not worth the prices they advertised for 4 hours. Please take some cabana lessons from Las Vegas! Now for the worse part...the bar. The staff was casual at best. Slow to no service at all. Hint Aquarius...employ some servers. You would make a lot more money. The mix drinks are terribly lacking. I was surprised when two servers on two different days did not know how to charge out my bill to my room (as the pool is for hotel guests only.) Shouldn't that be server 101? These employees were also not very knowledgeable about the pool area or the general area for that matter. Sorry to say that after two years, this hotel is still a two star.
My hubby and I only stayed one night, wish we could have stayed longer. Very nice room. Bed was so comfortable. We stayed here 3 years ago and loved it then too. Clean bathroom and soaps furnished are good quality soaps.Small coffee maker and coffee supplied as well. We spent the afternoon in the room relaxing and watching a movie. We will be back again.
"No Free Breakfast"
Although I made my reservation through bestwestern.com, when I tried to postpone my arrival by a day I was told that it couldn't be done as I had booked the room "through a third party." Similarly, when I was checking out I asked about the free breakfast (which I thought was universal at Best Westerns) and was told that this hotel doesn't offer that. I opined that I'd never heard of a Best Western that didn't offer a complimentary breakfast, I was told that this hotel is "affiliated" with Best Western, but independently owned and operated. I think all this is strange, especially considering that there is a McDonald's, a Subway, and an Outback Steakhouse on the premises and a breakfast buffet is available for a price. Since I was unable to postpone my arrival (without being charged for an unused room anyway) I drove nonstop from Denver in order to use the room that I would have been charged for. I arrived well after midnight and I was assigned to room 16091. It was a great room overlooking the parking garage. The A/C wasn't on and the room smelled musty but it was very clean. The decor was a modern minimalist design; no frills, but very spacious. There was a good sized TV but some cable channel reception (Fox News, CNN, etc.) was poor. There was a mini fridge, but no microwave. There was also a surprising amount of unused space (see photos) which could have been used for a real desk in addition to the table and chairs provided. The easy chair and footrest were welcome additions. On the table was a Boyd's single cup coffee maker which looked very durable. Unfortunately, the coffee produced was nothing to write home about. The bathroom had no overhead light (only fluorescent bulbs over the sink mirror), no fan, and no heat lamp; it was definitely dark in the shower! A lighted swivel mirror would have come in handy. The water was hot on demand and the water pressure was good. The bathroom and tile paint colors were mismatched with the counter-top and carpeting. I didn't find the dusty yellow (jonquil?) at all attractive; I think something in a light gray or blue-gray would have been a much better choice. The bathroom door was chipped and splintered along the opening and closing edge and a broken snap on the shower curtain trapped moisture between the liner and the curtain (a great place for mold and mildew to begin developing). I'm not sure what qualifies a Best Western hotel to be designates as a "Premier" hotel, but I've stayed at many, many better basic Best Westerns. Yet, this is probably typical of a casino hotel. I don't really see the "resort" aspect either (although I was charge a resort fee) as there isn't a beach, a spa, or a golf course anywhere in sight. At this price point, I think the accommodations represent a good value. But, since it is about a two hour drive from Las Vegas, it's not a deal good enough to bring me back.
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