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The rooms are large and have a guest room feel with large funishings and home like ammenities instead of the typical hotel room. The bathrooms are good sized and have the option of opening large door above the wirlpool tub to the entire room or keeping it private. This is a great place for a family to stay since they offer two bedroom, one bedroom, and studios. The two-bedroom includes a living room and is very comfortable, with a large couch for a larger family. With the kitchen amenities, you need not eat at a buffet or other typical Vegas-style eateries 24 hours. We took advantage of this and kept breakfast foods and snack items in our fridge.
The club offers guests full use of the Flamingo pool, but also has a smaller private pool within the private gated entry. The staff was attentive; however, like all timeshares, if you are not an owner at this location, they'll want to sign you up for the timeshare sales pitch. Overall, it's a good place to stay with great family attributes and a good location.
From journal Las Vegas Reviews
June 25, 2004
When you arrive, you are given a card with your room key that allows you to charge meals at the Flamingo casino to your room. The resort has a private pool that only Hilton Grand Vacations Club guests may use. This came in handy 2 days of our stay because the Flamingo pool was packed and we couldn't find chairs to lay on.
We stayed in a 1 bedroom, which included our own jacuzzi. We had 2 tvs, a beautiful living room and dining room.
The resort did not have a business center, so we had to go to an internet cafe near the Harley Davidson shop to check email and go online.
There is a very convenient shuttle from Harrahs---which is next door---to the Rio. If you go out the back door of the Hilton, you can take a back street (I think the name is Audrie St) and walk to the Harrah pickup in less than 2 mins.
We had a full kitchen, so we decided to go grocery shopping. We were told there was an Albertsons on Maryland Parkway, which was too far away to travel by foot. There was no shuttle from the resort so we took the public bus, which worked out alright. Across the street from Albertsons was a very large 99 cent store. The rest of the passengers on the bus got off and went inside the 99 cent store, so we decided to check it out. We were amazed with all of the groceries and products they were selling at 99 cents.
From journal Viva Las Vegas