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by Barber E. Lane
Lake Forest, California
July 12, 2002
From journal Ring in the New Millenium, Vegas Style
North Chili, New York
January 25, 2006
From journal Lost in Las Vegas
San Francisco, California
November 11, 2003
From journal Vegas Getaway
July 5, 2003
The personnel were helpful and friendly.
From journal jockey club
by E. B.
May 27, 2003
The amenities were great. I did not use the hot tub, but did visit to look at it. It was open until midnight daily. The hot tub was next to the gym. I did look at the workout machines, but I am not much of a workout queen, so I played with the machines for a few minutes, then left.
I had a one bedroom for myself. It had a six-person occupancy, so I rattled around by myself. The bedroom had two queens and a sofa bed in the living room. There were two bathrooms. It would have been nice if there was a balcony, but there wasn't one available in the units. My unit faced the parking lot. It appeared that if you faced the Bellagio in the upper floors, you would be able to see the water fountain show.
Service was fantastic. Daily maid service, although it was stated that they visit midweek, they really came every day. There was a shuttle to Vons, as well as other shuttles, but since I had a car, I didn't have much use for the shuttles. The only complaint that I have is that because the Jockey Club is on the Strip, it's very difficult to get in and out of the parking lot. It would be helpful to have a private driveway off the Strip to make it easier for the Jockey Club owners and guests.
From journal La Fête Internationale de la Polynesie Française
June 2, 2003
From journal $$VEGAS$$
May 16, 2005
Staff was pleasant and helpful. It was not, however, quite so pleasing to be "attacked" by someone wanting us to visit another timeshare as soon as we arrived in the door, before we had even checked in.
From journal First Visit to Las Vegas
July 10, 2003
We had a one-bedroom suite. The staff was very nice at the Jockey Club. The pool is very small, but if you are looking for a hotel without a casino, then I suggest The Jockey Club. It is right in the center of the Strip, next to The Bellagio and across from the Aladdin. The location was very accessible to everywhere we wanted to go.
From journal Craziness of New Years "Vegas Style"
Hertford, United Kingdom
September 20, 2002
From journal Cycling the Camino Frances
April 2, 2005
It is an older timeshare, but it makes up for it with its prime location, nice furniture, and decent-size rooms.
It was nice to have access to the Internet (two terminals are just outside the activity center’s office). The activity center always had popcorn for those that came by. They also had a nice Easter egg hunt for the kids staying at the hotel, which definitely made their day.
Although the fitness room had limited choices and the Jacuzzi was always cold or empty, the pool was nice.
From journal Las Vegas Area