Parkview Inn

921 Las Vegas Blvd N, Las Vegas, Nevada, 89101, United States
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  • Couples100
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  • Business50

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Forum Posts

Shopping shuttle??

by colindan

Can anyone tell me what my transit directions/options are from the Signature Suites at the MGM Grand Hotel to the Las Vegas Premium outlet centre, 875 South Grand Parkway?? That would be ever so helpful!! Thanks so much!

Re: Shopping shuttle??

by travelgourmet

Information on how to get to the LV Premium Outlet Centre is on their website:http://www.premiumoutlets.com/outlets/directions.asp?id=58
I would ask the Signature Concierge to take care of your needs. :-)

Re: Shopping shuttle??

by SandiM

Not sure where the Suites are located but there's a new shuttle from the Strip to both the north outlet mall and the south outlet mall. It's called 'The Gold' or 'the Ace' (kinda like the Duece but it doesn't stop at every stop). Check out the website at www.rtcsnv.com. For schedules, click on 'gold line'. hope this helps!

Re: Shopping shuttle??

by twinkles76

Hello

Is the gold fairly new as it wasnt around last November.. Also are the ticket vending machines new and are many of them around on the strip

Re: Shopping shuttle??

by travelgourmet

Yes. Yes. Check out the website page I put down for the Premium Outlets on my first reply. Look under the Bus transportation and it will explain the Gold Line. I will rewrite the web page: http://www.premiumoutlets.com/outlets/directions.asp?id=58

Re: Shopping shuttle??

by twinkles76

Gee what a quick reply.. nice work..Yeah I was just asking were these new as I did have a look on that website.. Just wasnt sure if we just didnt notice Vending Machines last year.. Seen the LVM on the maps but was wondering if they are actually on the strip where the bus stops are...

Re: Shopping shuttle??

by travelgourmet

Here is another website that might clarify it a little more regarding the Gold Line: http://www.lasvegas-how-to.com/ace-rapid-transit.php

Re: Shopping shuttle??

by SandiM

When I went in December last year, they weren't there. But, when I went in July this year, they were there. There are ticket vending machines at the stops, but you must have exact change to buy a ticket. And just be warned, there are some disreputable fellows that lurk around those ticket booths and offer to buy your ticket for you, if you don't have exact change (or even if you do). You hand them your money and they put your money into the slot and also insert some sort of white card. This allows the person to purchase a ticket at a discounted rate. The guy pockets the extra change, gives you your ticket, and saunters off. YOu are NOT out any money, what is happening is that if you are a resident of Las VEgas, or an employee of the transit system, you get a card that allows you to ride at a discounted rate. Some of these people are misusing their card to get you to give them your $3 and they will put their card in and only get charged $2.70 or something. They pocket your .30 and go on to the next person. What's wrong with that? Well, if you get caught with a discounted ticket, be prepared to show them your 'resident' card or else you suffer a fine. The 'resident' gets away with this and can make a tidy sum of cash if he can hit enough people in a day. You run the risk of having an invalid ticket. It happened to me and I wasn't too pleased.

Re: Shopping shuttle??

by colindan

Thanks so much for your assistance! Cheers!

Travel Tips for Las Vegas

Shop Your Games -- Part 1: Tables

by SteveOSF

------ The Felt may be Greener over at the Next Table...

It has always amazed me how so many people who, when in a grocery store, will deliberate over a potential savings of twenty-five cents on a roll of paper towels, will then head to a gambling town and play a poor game when a better one is available at the very next table or machine. They will risk a lot more money on that poor game than the savings made from a lifetime of deals on paper towels and other groceries.

When in a gaming town, it is advantageous to pay attention to the various games offered. If you choose to play, select the game that offers you the best odds. Here are some examples:

Blackjack!

The rules for blackjack games often vary within the same cluster of tables, called a pit. This can be true even for the same table limits. Differences in the games can include variances in player options, number of decks in play, side bets, and availability of insurance. The horrid rule of 6:5 payoffs for a blackjack might be mixed among the normal 3:2 games. It is a good idea to see what is offered before getting into a game.

Roulette!

The standard game of roulette has a wheel with numbers from 1 to 36, half of which are red and half of which are black. It also has a 0 which is green. When the zero comes up, all bets on the other numbers 1 through 36, black, red, even, odd, etc are all lost. (One could bet on zero but they the house would still be at an advantage.)

American Roulette is common in the United States. In addition to the green zero, this game features a green double zero making the house advantage twice as bad as standard roulette. I have seen two roulette tables, side by side, in the same casino. One was standard roulette and the other was American roulette. Both had the same stakes, both had equal amounts of players. Guess which players were having a better time? ----- Limits!

Table limits can vary wildly throughout a gaming town or even a single casino. They are often higher on the more populous gaming areas, like the Las Vegas Strip, as well as during special events or holidays. The time of day will influence them also. They tend to be highest in the evenings and lowest in the wee hours of the morning. Never play for stakes that you are not comfortable with or can not easily afford to loose. If you don't like the stakes, look around!

Nice replica of New York

by meteorologist1

I liked the replica of some buildings in New York at the NY-NY casino. Also I liked the Statue of Liberty replica in the front of the casino. And there are other replicas too at other hotels. So I just have one thing to say: The world has come to replicate itself in Las Vegas.

Plan ahead as Las Vegas room...

by GOVEGAS

Plan ahead as Las Vegas room rates change almost daily. Remember the early bird, he get's the good stuff...Visit the Las Vegas Strip, take a walk at the Fremont Street Experience...best at night and visit the Stratosphere tower...the view is unforgetable.Take a trip to the Red Rock Canyon or Valley of Fire...enjoy the surrounding areas..you will be amazed what Las Vegas has to offer. I live in Las Vegas and the memories, should I ever have to leave I would never forget the people..they are just on of a kind.

freebies

by raevnzno

The pirate show is no more, but do not fear it has been replaced.
They still battle in front of the TI, but its now Sirens. almost as sexy as the Pirates, but then I'm partial to pirates.
Three shows nightly, barring any inclement weather. Check the information booth out front for times.

Mysterious looking Lady

by ErinInMD

The only night picture that didn't come out all blurry/trippy looking. This was taken (of course) in front of New York, New York. We wandered in front of the Statue of Liberty on our way back to our hotel (MGM Grand). Right after I took this picture we encountered this really drunk guy. Shortly after us saying, "Hello" he threw up ... barely missing our shoes. Lucky (for you reading this) my picture of that incident didn't turn out. ;)

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Address: 921 Las Vegas Blvd N, Las Vegas, Nevada, 89101, United States