Old doesn't equal dirty
Reviewed 18 April, 2016
Yes this place is ancient, but clean and safe. Managers were very accommodating. Bathroom and shower were surprisingly large. Bed had obvious crinkly plastic mattress cover but didn't really hinder sleeping. Dorm size fridge and microwave in room. Good sized wall mounted tv. Overall good place for a nights rest away from the downtown Vegas nightlife.
Words can't explain our disgust...
Reviewed 14 February, 2016
We checked into this motel between 2am and 3pm and was told that checkout was at 11am. When I spoke with the lady over the phone she quoted $149 +tax, we get there and the cost had already gone up to $159 + tax. We were exploited because they knew that majority of the hotels/motels were booked or either closed at the time. By the way this place if you look up online goes for about $70 a night. TOTAL RIP OFF. To top it all off, the rooms are unkempt. And the only reason they are even getting a 1 star is because you have to select atleast 1 star to submit.
Reviewed 24 September, 2012
Me and my lover spent our honeymoon in Las Vegas and took a risk in staying at the Fisher's Inn Motel. We didn't regret it. It was roomey, spacious and the ambience in and around the motel helped to create an incredibily romantic atmosphere.
We found the staff extremely helpful, especially when they realised it was a specially occasion, so they provided champagne, chocolates and upgraded us to the deluxe sweet which has a superb view of the car park.
We wouldn't hesitate in rebooking, in fact we are seriously considering returning for our anniversary later this year.
Also, the underground casino is just as classy as the accomodation above - providing 24 hour entertaining, a chilled yet energetic vibe.
***** - 5 stars.
Lots of love.
Ry & John.
A little gross
Reviewed 2 January, 2008
This was the only place we could find under a hundred dollars on the night before New Years Eve. Let me start by saying when I asked If I could pay for the next night in advance the "manager" told me I couldn't because he wasn't sure how much he was going to charge. The room smelled, the heater didn't work, bath towels the size of hand towels ,and soap that doesn't lather.
Just be prepared if you choose to stay here it's definitely a dive motel.
The most disgusting place to stay! Terrible customer service and rooms are dirty and full of roaches.
Reviewed 24 January, 2004
We paid $75 dollars per person at this hotel, it was 4 of us. It was the only available hotel at that price. When we went to the room ut ws absolutely disgusting. It was dirty, no toilet paper, just one soap and liner for the toilet, we were lucky to get one set of towels for all of us. The heater wasnt working and it was patched up with black tape, so were the walls and batroom door, full of wholes. The room was tiny and smelled strange.The best was very uncomfortable and it was covered with only the sheets, It was cold! It was a very depressing view. We couldnt get our money back so we stayed. We left very early to eat and left my 18 year old brother sleeping in the room. They called my brother one hour before the time we were supposed to leave to remind him. We got lost and couldnt make it back where the hotel was on time and they had kicked out my brother from the hotel and asked him to pay for another day if he wanted to stay the extra hour that we were late. He paid them the extra hour and stayed inside because it was raining and there in no where no go around there, their lobby was wet since the roof is dripping. As soon as we got there they went inside the room and wanted to clean it and I told them to get out since we had paid the full amount for one day eventhough we were not staying. They are nasty peopl!I forgot to say they were roaches in the bathroom and they only pick up the visible trash from the floor and straighten the bed linens without changing them!!