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Casino Royale Hotel and Casino
30,000 square foot casino. 150 rooms, one restaurant, outdoor pool.

Overall rating:
Would you visit this hotel again?
yes 83%  17% no

Is this hotel family friendly?
yes 77%  23% no
Based on 18 total ratings.

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  Didn't stay at the hotel - stayed at the Bellagio. After I was broke from the very expensive Bellagio we played at Casino Royale. It's NOT the Bellagio -but it was very fun and cheap. Free drinks as you play the penny slots. 1$ margaritas and Michelob beers if you just order at the bar. I had a great time there and so did everyone else. Bathrooms were very clean and maintained. Staff cleaned up the ash trays right away. $10 shirts for sale. I'm going to stay there next time. Great location, right next to Denny's and Subway. Servers were pleasant and quick.
Regina <>
Moreno Valley, ca, USA - Saturday, July 03, 2004 at 16:32:17 (PDT)
  I have played at this casino before its expansion about ten years ago and have returned and stayed in thier rooms ever since they opened them. I use to come about monthy, but have had to slow down because of my physical ability. I like to stay here because of its central location and its friendlyness of the staff, especially Richard. I find this the best place for the little guy with execellent security and honesty.
John J. Poxon <>
National City, CA, USA - Saturday, November 01, 2003 at 20:22:26 (PST)
  Stayed at the Casino Royale in April 2003, and I was very pleased with all aspects of my stay. The rates for this hotel are the best you will find this close to the action, as it is directly across from Ceasars and right next to the Venetian. I paid $10 extra per night because of a third guest in my party, but my bill was still less than $400.00 for four nights, including a weekend stay. It is sometimes difficult to get in and out of the parking area due to the large crowds walking on the strip, but this is true anywhere you stay near that location. The guests of the hotel have special parking areas reserved, and all of the parking is refreshingly close to the hotel rooms (no long hikes to the room!). Our room had two double beds with a coffee maker and even a small refrigerator, and this was a standard room. We had a ground-level smoking room (only room available), but the smell was barely noticeable. There was a pool-side view from our window, and noise was not a problem during our stay. Check-in and check-out were quick and easy with no long lines. As for food, there is a Dennys, an Outback, and a Subway on site. Mcdonalds is now being constructed also. Lines are long for food, but this is true everywhere on the strip. The Casino is small, but very hip and always filled with fun people. There are also low-limit tables for "regular" people to play. I was completely satisfied with our stay at this hotel, and I would recommend it to anyone. Still, if you have been to Vegas before, I would recommend staying off the strip and driving in. Traffic is horrible on the weekend, and you will not be able to escape from the strip without a lot of effort and patience. Also, the small parking area at the Casino Royale will fill up on Saturday night, so don't leave for the day and come "home" surprised! Just FYI, I am a regular tourist and I am not receiving anything for this plug. I had trouble finding info on this place, and thought I would help out the next guy. Good luck!
R. Lawley <>
Pinson, Al, USA - Thursday, May 08, 2003 at 13:13:33 (PDT)
  We ended up spending most of our gambling time here! We didnt stay here but I cant wait to get back for those $.99 Margaritas! Great stiff drinks and cheap slots that pay well...What more could you ask for!!!!!!!
Staci Broadwater <>
Fresno, Ca, USA - Monday, May 05, 2003 at 14:35:34 (PDT)
  This is a perfect place for the not-so-serious player out in vegas. It is an absoutely perfect location for half the price of everyone around you. I mean, come on, all you need out of a hotel room in vegas is a place to pass out at 8am after an all-nighter. The casino is perfect. Low tables and everyone is nice as can be. Free drinks (that are quite stiff) and a very young crowd makes this place the perfect place to stay on the strip. Walking distance to absolutely everything you need to see while out there. I highly recommend this place and will stay there as many times as i go back.
Regnial Morningway <>
Raleigh, nc, USA - Saturday, March 15, 2003 at 22:25:25 (PST)
Didn't stay at the Casino Royale (stayed at the Venetian). Didn't gamble there either (went to the Monte Carlo). But I want to THANK THIS CASINO for providing NON-HIGH-ROLLER TABLES on the strip. I don't want to flush money at $25 a pop at the backjack tables and, if the lines at the lower limit tables (wherever you can find them) are any indication, neither do a good number of people who come to Vegas.

That said, why did I commute all the way down the strip from the Venetian to the Monte Carlo? Because C.R. is a gease-stinking, fast-food-ridden, tabacco-reeking pit. Does the management at C.R. realize how much business they could get from right next door if they only got rid of the fast food and improved the air system? If you people did a little ambience upgrade, a number of other places on the strip would be out of business.
C. Thomas
VA, USA - Monday, January 27, 2003 at 11:42:46 (PST)

Mainly shot craps. You certainly couldn't beat the $1 table limit with 100X odds. I felt, though, that the dealers' banter to the players was extremely sarcastic, something which I found very wearing after a while. Drinks were certainly not watered down, that's for sure. Will return again.
USA - Monday, December 09, 2002 at 20:23:25 (PST)
I have the greatest time at this hotel. Usually stay across the stree at the Mirage, but enjoy playing here better. Low mins and nice folks. Going back next month and 70% of my gambling will be here.
John <>
Pittsburgh, Pa, USA - Thursday, August 29, 2002 at 07:37:16 (PDT)
I haven't stayed at the hotel as of yet, bet the casino staff are very nice. The slots were loose, free drinks the best. Can't wait to go back.
Debra <>
Chicago, IL, USA - Saturday, June 15, 2002 at 10:27:50 (PDT)
I didn't stay at the casino but I used the restaraunts and got some free drinks

there. It was middle of the road at best. Kinda stunk like stale beer and

Joseph <>
Toronto, ontario, canada - Tuesday, April 16, 2002 at 18:00:39 (PDT)

Didn't stay at Casino Royale, but did gamble there. Played craps. Craps dealers really bad. They were damn near yelling at the players for certain

things. I don't need this. Took my money and went elsewhere.
J Glassman <>
Hays, Ks, USA - Friday, March 22, 2002 at 17:58:43 (PST)

Best location! In the heart of all the big casinos. No 10 day walk to get to your room, rooms are lass then 100 yards from the strip. Good room prices. Rooms are very clean, have a coffee maker, and new. I'm a cheapo, this is not the Drake, but there is no better location.

Food - Dennys, breakfast all day - a gamblers dream. DONT BRING KIDS TO VEGAS
Waneta Lake <>
dundee, ny, USA - Monday, November 05, 2001 at 08:01:41 (PST)

we have stayed at royale on our last three trips to vegas. the slots are looser than most vegas casinos. the comps are excellent.
luella kocielko <>
elkhart, in, USA - Thursday, April 26, 2001 at 20:32:17 (PDT)
joliet, USA - Wednesday, November 10, 1999 at 19:00:44 (PST)
This isn't an extravagant place by any means, but we had a great time here. Low minimums on tables and a non-threatening atmosphere for beginners made it more economical. Their slot club "cash back" seemed more generous than most. I'd want to see a room before deciding to sleep there though.
Dave Lowry
USA - Monday, January 10, 2000 at 22:23:21 (PST)
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