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A July 2001 trip to Las Vegas by Susan Data

Quote: Resort #1837 - The Carriage House.

Carriage House

Hotel | "The Carriage House - #1837"

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Best Things Nearby:MGM Grand next door and a short walk to Strip Best Things About the Resort:This timeshare was impressive, with staff who were accommodating at check-in and when arranging side trips. Maid service was provided, and rooms were immaculate!Resort Experience:This timeshare was impressive in terms of staff and decor. The lobby presented a hotel environment, and hallways were well-lit. Our studio room was small for a family with two older sons and did not provide much privacy. A small kitchen gallery provided enough room for food preparation and dorm-sized refrigerators for miscellaneous food.Our rooms faced the Strip, which provided beautiful s...Read More

Member Rating 3 out of 5 on July 15, 2005

Carriage House
105 East Harmon Avenue
Las Vegas, Nevada 89109
(702) 798-1020

The Carriage House

Restaurant

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This facility did not have a restaurant on site. There was talk of reopening one previously on site. Call and check to confirm. As for other eateries, there are too many to choose from by way of casinos. I would recommend to go off the beaten path to find breakfast offers and lunches at cheaper rates other than those of the casinos.

Member Rating 1 out of 5 on February 23, 2003

The Carriage House
105 East Harmon Avenue
Las Vegas, Nevada 89109
(702) 798-1020

Grand Buffet

Restaurant

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This buffet was by far the best one around! Shrimp was peeled and offered many varieties of fish and meats. Presentation was beautiful and staff was excellent! A little more in the cost of a buffet comparative to other hotels, but well worth it.

Member Rating 4 out of 5 on February 23, 2003

Grand Buffet
3799 Las Vegas Blvd South
Las Vegas, Nevada 89109
+1 702 891 1111

Transportation

Story/Tip

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Although we rented a car, it is not necessary to have one unless you choose to be adventuresome. We loved having the flexibility of coming and going as we pleased. Our family planned daily trips to the dam, food store, and off beat areas, so we felt that it was well worth the rental of a car. Most hotels have transportation to the airport and the monorail runs into some hotels.Be prepared to WALK, WALK, WALK, being certain that your shoes are sneakers and not the cute little sandles that I thought would be appropriate for the warmer weather. It is impossible during the evening hours to get around in a vehicle, so keep that in mind when making your reservations and timing your arrivals to the shows....Read More