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Belfast, Northern Ireland, United Kingdom
October 4, 2010
From journal Guide to Las Vegas
Queens, New York
June 14, 2007
Located right in the center of the famous Las Vegas strip, the Imperial Palace (www.imperialpalace.com) is a great place to stay. It caters to the financially strapped and fiscally unprepared. At around $66/night, the locale and amenities are great. The hotel is located right next to Harrah’s and across from Caesar’s Palace. Inside the hotel, there is a very eastern Asian feeling with Gothic dragons and castle facades.
Inside the casino (which like every other hotel in Vegas, you have to walk through before doing anything else) there are performers who are the dealers. They dress up like famous musicians and pop performers and sing their songs on a small stage while lights and smoke invade the money pit of America. Afterwards, they head behind the tables and deal out the cards. A truly Vegas stunt. The restaurants in the hotel are also great. They are again made for the thrifty consumer or the person who has lost everything downstairs and have only enough for a bite to eat and cab ride back to the airport.
Finally, the hotel is located right on the tramway line that connects Vegas to itself. So, from the Imperial Palace, you can experience ALL that Vegas has to offer. A great place in an adult wonderland!
From journal Imperial Palace - Vegas
April 12, 2004
Even though we had read about the perils of renting a room facing the strip, that is exactly what we did. We enjoyed the sounds of the strip (yes, even the loud music late into the night), the view of the strip, and the ease of getting around since we were located so centrally.
We found the breakfast buffet at Emperor's Buffet tasty and thought the price to be very reasonable(see review). We also enjoyed the Pizza Palace (see review) the first night we were there. Even though this hotel doesn't have a lot of shops, we did find some good souvenirs.
We were pleased with the friendly staff, not only at check-in and check-out, but all the casino and shop employees.
I would recommend the Auto Collections at the Imperial Palace, an auto enthusiast's dream. It is a little difficult to find, but well worth the time.
If you aren't looking for the glitz and glamour, this is a nice place to stay.
From journal First Time in Las Vegas
Fort Saskatchewan, Alberta
July 28, 2002
From journal Las Vegas - A First Time Visitor's Perspective
June 28, 2001
The Imperial Palace is an older hotel, with various towers being added over time. This is eveident when you try to find your room. You get off of the elevator and could go around in circles if you take a wrong turn. It was like a maze.
The rooms are of average size and brightly decorated. There is a small balcony on most of the tower rooms. (Small that you could stand on, but no furniture would fit). There are no frills in these standard rooms.
Facilities include an outdoor swimming pool and sun deck, health club, and a car collection. Discount coupons are available at the front of the hotel for discount coupons to see the car collection.
There are lots of restaurants in the Imperial Palace, a a buffet, coffee shop, burger place, rib/steakhouse. I have eaten at the buffet and coffee shop and they were both fine.
A good place to stay when you are on a budget, just make sure you don't get the motel section.
From journal Las Vegas, NV
St Catharines, Ontario
November 24, 2007
From journal Sin City 2007
Charlotte, North Carolina
June 16, 2000
From journal Las Vegas: My Second Home
June 22, 2007
June 12, 2007
April 25, 2007