Americas Best Value Inn-Las Vegas

1 out of 5 stars1 Star

167 East Tropicana Avenue, Las Vegas, Nevada, 89109, United States
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62%

Satisfaction Poor
Excellent
8%
16
Very Good
26%
52
Average
28%
57
Poor
17%
34
Terrible
20%
40

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  • Families44
  • Couples40
  • Solo38
  • Business50

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Reasonable $ Restaurant at CityCenter/Aria

by dl3424

I'm a local going to City Center / Aria for "Viva Elvis". I want to have dinner (5pm-ish on a weekend) but the problem is I don't know much about the restaurants. Which City Center / Aria restaurant(s) would I go to for a reasonably priced sit down dinner? I'm OK with formal but would probably be better with casual sit down. Any specials / coupons? Any websites with menus with prices?

Re: Reasonable $ Restaurant at CityCenter/Aria

by Agraichen

I think you'd be best off to just enter the address into Google Maps and review the finds of the area. The write ups of most of the Aria restaurants from the http://www.orbitz.com/blog/2010/03/las-vegas-restaurants-10-standouts-at-citycenter/ URL tell me they are more than pricey. But I could be incorrect. I tend to the local places like Pamplemousse but at 400 E Sahara it's a bit out of your way.

Re: Reasonable $ Restaurant at CityCenter/Aria

by nicolaitan

we recently stayed at the city center and found all the restaurants in the three hotels and the crystals mall to be very expensive. the most reasonably priced places we saw were in the miracle mile of the planet hollywood complex across las vegas boulevard from approximately the new hotel i think the cosmopolitan next to the city center, including one with a reasonably priced breakfast which is hard to find.

for menus, try menusearch.net, some of the offerings even include prices.

Re: Reasonable $ Restaurant at CityCenter/Aria

by PinkFloydActuary

I'm not sure there's much that is reasonably priced at Arua. I was there for a conference, and most of the places onsite are very expensive. They do have an upscale coffee shop "Cafe Vettro", but reviews online don't look terribly favorable. Here's the Aria site - many of the restaurants link to hours, menus, and prices: http://www.arialasvegas.com/dining/

Over at Crystals, there are a few places that still seem on the expensive side, but not wallet busting - Todd English PUB and Wolfgang Puck. You can check out the menus under dining here: http://www.crystalsatcitycenter.com/

Re: Reasonable $ Restaurant at CityCenter/Aria

by mapakettle

Ma Kettle and I just returned home from Vegas four days ago. I agree about prices at Aria. I suggest you simply wander about until you find a posted menu that is appropriate for your tastes at that moment. In Las Vegas, it is difficult to find a bad meal. Certainly your choices are better than other centers, and odds are you will be pleased. You don't need to pay big bucks for a nice meal.

Have fun, Pa.

Travel Tips for Las Vegas

Bill's Casino and Saloon

by William&Jayne

Las Vegas is a fantastic place. Try to see as much of it as possible. For $7 you can get a 24 hour pass for the bus. This comes in handy when you explore and end up at the end of the strip.
It will get you back to your starting point pretty quickly (as long as isn't Friday or Saturday night). We stayed at the Bellagio, which we thought was the most beautiful place we've ever been. Then we dicovered the Venetian and Ceasars Palace. All equally beautiful.
However, if you want to have cocktails witout spending $15 a drink, I recommend Bills Casino and Saloon. The Bartender is the best, friendliest and most helpful guy in town. His name is Bubba (really). His Barback is Jose. You have to try their Bloody Ceasar. Cirque de Soliel "Love"

The best shoeshine in Vegas

by erudisel

If you go into the MGM Grand you can't pass on the chance to get those shoes shined. If you start from the hotel lobby, you want to walk into the casino and follow the wall on your left. The first men's room that you come is the place. There is a short Chinese man named Chin that shines shoes in there and he is the best. He mixes his own dyes and keeps them in a MGM water bottle. He tells everyone that his secret is the MGM water. He is always good for a story and more than happy to give gambling tips if you want them. I always visit Chin before I set foot into any other place in Vegas. It's like the old song goes..."when there's a shine on your shoes...there's a melody in your heart..."

Ride the roller coaster at the...

by purekountry

Ride the roller coaster at the top of the Stratisphere Hotel Casino, Visit the 'Star Trek Experience' at the Hilton Hotel, Watch the pirates blast one another at the 'outside show' at the Treasure Island. Getting Married at the Tropicana Hotel Wedding Chapel. Those folks were great!!!!

Try and visit as many hotels...

by kaz_zee

Try and visit as many hotels as you can, as its just amazing what the Americans can do with a hotel lobby.
Most memorable, Treasure Island hotel, which has a full scale pirate ship battle at the front, The Mirage hotel, displaying a huge volcano that erupts every 20 mins, and the shopping mall inside caesars palace, which features a moving sky ceiling, systematically changing from day to night. The whole of the strip is showtime, 24 hours a day. Too many to mention !! I think the lights of Las Vegas will stay with me for a long time.

Objects on the Strip are farther than they appear

by goingsolo

This is especially true of the hotels. What may seem like a short walk from one hotel to the next is actually much longer. Also, the Vegas Strip may be only a couple of blocks long, but remember most of the hotels are huge and each block is rather long. Don't be surprised if it takes you more than a few minutes to walk over to the next hotel, especially if its hot outside and the street is filled with tourists doing the Vegas shuffle (see transportation)

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