Orioles514
 
 
 
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A landmark Las Vegas hotel/casino with 59 years of history under its belt, the Riviera is a blast from the past, but also well in step with the present. Located on the north end of the Strip, this iconic property offers affordable yet comfortable accommodations just a short walk from the heart of all the action -- while also featuring several restaurants, a vibrant casino and an extensive lineup of entertainment.Noted comedians and headliners make regular appearances at the Riviera. Also scoring high on the laugh-o-meter is the Riviera Comedy Club. For one of the city's most longstanding and sensuous topless revues, check out "Crazy Girls." The male revue "Men the Experience" is also showing at the Crazy Girls Theatre. A parody of the reality TV show "Pawn Stars" called "Pawn Shop Live! - The Lost Episode" (closing Aug. 21, 2014) is featured in the Starlite Theatre, along with two nostalgic music-based shows -- "Forever Doo Wop" and "Forever Motor City". And German master magician Jan Rouven mesmerizes audiences with dangerous and thrilling acts in "Illusions."  Plus, the one-man production "40 Is Not the New 20" starring comedian Matt Kazam debuts on Aug. 25, 2014. It's a hilarious celebration of the wisdom and experience that can only be gained with age.The Riviera is home to the Strip's only walk-up wagering window. If you step just inside the front doors, you'll find a William Hill Race & Sports Book, which boasts 47 televisions among other amenities. Continue toward the main casino floor, and you'll discover plenty of table games including all of your favorites -- from craps, blackjack and roulette to mini-baccarat and pai gow poker. The casino has more than 800 slot and video poker machines.The Riviera also has several eateries. Located on the main floor, R Steak & Seafood offers an intimate setting replete with succulent meat and seafood dishes, while the Banana Leaf Asian Restaurant reinterprets Far East fare through a selection of Chinese, Vietnamese, Thai and Malayasian specialties. The Wicked Vicky Tavern carries an extensive selection of craft beers (including ales, stouts and specialty brews) and serves favorites like burgers, wings, pizzas and nachos. Plus, there's an impressive food court -- situated next to the Pinball Hall of Fame, where you can play pinball games that date back to the 1960s -- with options including Angelina's, Big Burger, Buffalo Wings, India Masala, La Salsa, Wok Express and Cheesesteaks Etc.In the evenings, you can always relax with a drink in the Casino Lounge. DJs, bands and other live entertainment can often be heard here.The Rivera has a lushly landscaped courtyard pool. Several shopping kiosks, in addition to a florist and an outlet of ABC Stores for souvenirs and sundries, can be found on the premises. Along with a beauty salon and barber shop, there is a gym and tattoo studio. And a wide range of wedding packages and services available at the Riviera Royale Wedding Chapel.With more than 2,075 rooms, 140,000 square feet of convention space and lots of dining, gaming and entertainment options, the Riviera provides its guests with a rich tradition of fun, charm and service on the Las Vegas Strip.-- By Renée LiButti
 
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Accuracy of VEGAS.com's Description 
3 / 5
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Room Quality 
3 / 5
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Casino 
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Hotel Location 
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Pool 
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Room Location 
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fromOxford, Mississippi
Age:18 to 24
Gender:Male
Travel Purpose:Vacation/Pleasure
Travel Companions:Significant other
Purchase Frequency:Once a year
Star Rating Accuracy:Too High
Gambler:Yes
Game:Craps
No, I do not recommend this product.
ITEMS STOLEN FROM ROOM! MANAGEMENT DOESN'T CARE.
PostedDecember 7, 2013
AN EMPLOYEE OF THE RIVIERA STOLE ITEMS FROM MY ROOM BEFORE I CHECKED OUT AND THE HOTEL WILL NOT REPAY OR REIMBURSE ME! BEWARE!!!
Picture this: you have a four night stay at The Riviera. The first three nights in Vegas go well, and the fourth you decide to stay somewhere else with a friend. You pack up most of your belongings, but you decide to leave some expensive hanging clothes in the closet in hopes of keeping them unwrinkled. When you return the next morning to check out at 10am (checkout is at 11am), all of your items are GONE!! Don’t imagine it happening to you anymore, because it’s what happened to me two weeks ago. I filled out a security report with the hotel, and at the conclusion of the investigation the hotel has decided NOT TO REIMBURSE ME FOR THE $400 WORTH OR CLOTHES STOLEN BY ONE OF THEIR EMPLOYEES. The security report revealed that a few hours before I came to check out, one of their housekeepers serviced my room. She was under the impression that I had already checked out (which obviously I had not) and even left a few flyers around the room for newcomers. According to the electronic door locks, she was the only other person to enter my room. After she left, my items were missing. An employee of their establishment STOLE $400 worth of clothes from my room and the hotel WILL NOT REPAY ME. What’s worse is I that have spoken to several people who NEVER have answers for me. Phillip Wilson, the Guest Services Manager, basically told me that it’s their policy to simply trust their employee’s word over mine. Ridiculous. Do not stay here. BEWARE. STAY AS FAR AWAY AS YOU CAN.
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A landmark Las Vegas hotel/casino with 59 years of history under its belt, the Riviera is a blast from the past, but also well in step with the present. Located on the north end of the Strip, this iconic property offers affordable yet comfortable accommodations just a short walk from the heart of all the action -- while also featuring several restaurants, a vibrant casino and an extensive lineup of entertainment.Noted comedians and headliners make regular appearances at the Riviera. Also scoring high on the laugh-o-meter is the Riviera Comedy Club. For one of the city's most longstanding and sensuous topless revues, check out "Crazy Girls." The male revue "Men the Experience" is also showing at the Crazy Girls Theatre. A parody of the reality TV show "Pawn Stars" called "Pawn Shop Live! - The Lost Episode" (closing Aug. 21, 2014) is featured in the Starlite Theatre, along with two nostalgic music-based shows -- "Forever Doo Wop" and "Forever Motor City". And German master magician Jan Rouven mesmerizes audiences with dangerous and thrilling acts in "Illusions."  Plus, the one-man production "40 Is Not the New 20" starring comedian Matt Kazam debuts on Aug. 25, 2014. It's a hilarious celebration of the wisdom and experience that can only be gained with age.The Riviera is home to the Strip's only walk-up wagering window. If you step just inside the front doors, you'll find a William Hill Race & Sports Book, which boasts 47 televisions among other amenities. Continue toward the main casino floor, and you'll discover plenty of table games including all of your favorites -- from craps, blackjack and roulette to mini-baccarat and pai gow poker. The casino has more than 800 slot and video poker machines.The Riviera also has several eateries. Located on the main floor, R Steak & Seafood offers an intimate setting replete with succulent meat and seafood dishes, while the Banana Leaf Asian Restaurant reinterprets Far East fare through a selection of Chinese, Vietnamese, Thai and Malayasian specialties. The Wicked Vicky Tavern carries an extensive selection of craft beers (including ales, stouts and specialty brews) and serves favorites like burgers, wings, pizzas and nachos. Plus, there's an impressive food court -- situated next to the Pinball Hall of Fame, where you can play pinball games that date back to the 1960s -- with options including Angelina's, Big Burger, Buffalo Wings, India Masala, La Salsa, Wok Express and Cheesesteaks Etc.In the evenings, you can always relax with a drink in the Casino Lounge. DJs, bands and other live entertainment can often be heard here.The Rivera has a lushly landscaped courtyard pool. Several shopping kiosks, in addition to a florist and an outlet of ABC Stores for souvenirs and sundries, can be found on the premises. Along with a beauty salon and barber shop, there is a gym and tattoo studio. And a wide range of wedding packages and services available at the Riviera Royale Wedding Chapel.With more than 2,075 rooms, 140,000 square feet of convention space and lots of dining, gaming and entertainment options, the Riviera provides its guests with a rich tradition of fun, charm and service on the Las Vegas Strip.-- By Renée LiButti
 

What is in the kitchen of a one bedroom suit ?

Is there a stove and oven, pots and pans, kitchen knifes and wooding spoons ?
No kitchen. No microwave. A small mini-fridge only.
8 months ago
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