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2901 S Las Vegas Blvd Las Vegas, NV 89109
2901 S Las Vegas BlvdUSNVLas Vegas89109
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Welcome! The Riviera Hotel and Casino is a Las Vegas Hotel on the strip that offers rooms, suites and hotel packages at an exceptional value, with nightly entertainment and the best gaming odds in Las Vegas.
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Venerable Strip resort & conference center with tattoo parlor, comedy club & topless revue.- Google
People talk about resort fee, crazy girls, alarm clock radio, flat screen televisions and world's fare buffet
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mike walker
reviewed 2 weeks ago
Came over to Las Vegas to check out a few locations we may use in a movie. A friend told me the back main ball room of the hotel was being used for a regional pool tournament. I stopped in to look and found a perfect location for us. I met with Michelle from marketing and was very pleased to find a smart, knowledgeable lady who sold me on many reasons a Movie Production Company should use there location. She sold me. Our company needs to hire Michelle. If Riviera is hiring people of her quality, then I am impressed. For a older property, there moving in the right direction.
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Cody Brown
reviewed in the last week
Best Hotel & Casino in las Vegas NV. Great priced rooms and good check in at the front desk. Room prices are really good. Some rooms are older so be sure to try to ask for a up grade. The hotel still has that old Vegas feel which is good. I will be back here again
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Mark Cambell
reviewed 2 weeks ago
Great Hotel that was one of the originals. Frank and Dean use to run around here. Still one of the GREAT'S that have not been replaced with fake "Glitter". People should learn to gamble at the places that are not in debt, trying to make the payment. Riviera is just a really good place all around. I always win more there than the south end of the strip. The south end is like a huge Hoover vacuum sucking the money from your pockets and credit cards.
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Kelly Ferris
reviewed 3 weeks ago
We stayed here last week as a large group; we had a ton of fun and everything was awesome except one thing: we charged the amount of the room to one card, everyone chipping in to account for the price. When we checked in the cardholder was parking our car and to avoid the long wait in line again (30 mins +) the front desk attendant said that we could put the security deposit on another card, and the cost of the stay would be taken off the original purchasing card once everything had been settled. We clarified this with her multiple times to make sure and were satisfied when she reiterated this back to us. Lo and behold the full amount was taken off the security hold card (and the security deposit with it, which still hasn't been returned despite our leaving the room in the condition in which we found it, we were barely there). We were assured by management that this would be resolved and put to rights but days later they aren't returning our calls and nothing has changed. We work in the hospitality industry and know this can easily be resolved by management but they're being sketchy and weird about it. The fact that all of us live in different parts of our state makes collecting cash and depositing it such a difficulty that I wish we had never stayed here. You should either train your employees better or have some accountability for the things you promise to do. /endrant.
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John Smith
reviewed a month ago
Stayed here during the week of Consumer Electronics Show in January, 2014. Our group thought we were getting a good value as hotel is within walking distance of the Las Vegas Convention Center. Couple observations about the hotel: some of the carpets in the casino are worn, hotel looks tired and its glory days are well behind it. The area around the pool has scattered patches of grass but is mostly dirt. Rooms were slightly better than expected but not really clean. On the first morning I woke up with 9 bug bites on my groin and under my arms. I called the front desk and was told that a Risk Management officer would contact me regarding the matter. I was contacted by Risk Management; the officer was very polite and friendly and suggested that maybe the bites were due to chemicals in the sheets. He took photos of the bug bites and I was relocated to a room on the top floor. I was concerned about spending another night in the hotel but did not have any other problems. It took about a week for the bug bites to go away and stop itching. I would not recommend staying here unless you do not mind risking getting bed bugs.
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Barb P.
reviewed 2 months ago
The only way I would go back to the Riviera is to watch it get imploded to make way for another hotel. Here's why: -Dirty, worn out, and tired (smelly!) Most of this hotel seemed broken. Elevator buttons, drawers in room, and perhaps my favorite, blood smeared on the wall of the walkway wall up to the parking. -Staff. They don't want you to stay there. At least, that is the impression I got. You are welcomed by a long line (I stayed for 7 days, and most of the time, the line was horrendous) Sure, other hotels have long lines too. But they generally have more than two staff working the front desk. I watched the people in front of me getting chewed out for asking about a tacked on fee, and I was next in line when I mentioned that I was disappointed that the internet didn't work despite paying a "resort fee" to use it. Reservation said it goes to pay for the internet, parking (which was PACKED) and some other crap I didn't use, but most of it wasn't working or available. Still, the $15 got charged. No apology or attempt to fix the broken internet. -They ream you for EVERYTHING they can. You can't get to your room by being approached by a time share salesperson (they dont seem to learn) and even getting mail to the hotel (I forgot my license and had to have it shipped) had a $5 pick up fee. And, no, they don;t call you. -The hotel IS close to the strip, but its not a very comfortable walk there. Between the Riviera and the Encore there is a strip mall and parking lot that garners some less than favorable activity at night. Its not really a safe place to walk on your own after 10. -Three classes of rooms, but they;re all crap in some way. I had a standard, and although it was outdated it was the largest room they have available of the three categories (per reservations) Unfortunately, the hotel lights shone right into my window. The luxury rooms are cramped, and the showers are AWFUL and don't get warm. -Housekeeping does not understand the "do not disturb" thing on the doorknob. However, they are more than happy to make sure you do not miss the gratuity envelope by placing it in a new creative place daily. Just in case you don't notice. -The pool is a joke. It was closed, but its small and very unappealing. -Reservations is done by an outside service. They do not send good confirmation paperwork, don't have good hotel info, and don't necessarily get your reservation right. Good luck. -Not family friendly. Of all the casinos, I found this one advertised their sex show the most and with the most explicit photo. Would hate to explain it to the kid in the elevator. Daily. Do yourself a favor, and spend the additional $10 a night to stay at a more decent hotel. There are plenty of better choices.
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