Monte Carlo Resort and Casino is centrally located in Las Vegas, convenient to Crystals at City Center and University of Nevada-Las Vegas. Only a short walk from MGM Grand Monorail Station. Within close proximity of T-Mobile Arena and Miracle Mile Shops. McCarran International Airport is a 10-minute drive away.
We enjoyed our stay at the Monte Carlo and will be back!Comment of K. Charles , United States the 2016-10-21
"Last minute stay. "
We booked this day of and was pleasantly shocked how nice it was! They upgraded us to a suite for free and it was amazing. Living room, two bathrooms etc. would definitely stay again. They are going thru a remodel and redoing the pool.
"Just OK - we moved rooms twice in our 5 day stay"
We got a great price to stay at Monte Carlo so took our chances after reading all the bad reviews on here. We knew when arriving that renovations were taking place and that there was no pool so we knew what to expect. The pools at MGM Grand and Mandalay Bay are great and we don't mind walking so that was OK. The renovations are loud but as we had a high floor they were not too intrusive. However, we did have to move rooms twice during our 5 day stay. The first room we had, the window didn't close properly so there was a howling constantly - we asked someone to come and look at it and they taped it up with masking tape (have provided picture!) - obviously this was not an acceptable solution so we went back to reception and we were moved rooms and the second one was much better. We stayed in this room for 4 days and then on our last day we came back to the room after being out all evening to unexpectedly find the toilet completely ripped out of the floor in the bathroom. We're still not sure what happened but when we went to reception they said there was a problem with it (we didn't notice anything and weren't aware anyone was coming into the room to look at it) and that they were moving us to a suite for the inconvenience. This was our last night so was a tad annoying to have to pack everything up and move rooms for one night but better than staying in one without a toilet. All in all, the hotel is very average. Because of all the renovations in the casino etc there is zero atmosphere in the hotel. It's OK if you just want someone to sleep and are happy to spend time elsewhere. If you're easy going and don't mind all the renovations or having the room next door's half eaten dinner left outside their room for over 12 hours before being cleared away, then it's worth the price. If you want a hassle free stay or something memorable then you're better spending a bit more money to stay at another property.
"Bad Customer Service"
Rooms were equivalent to a Motel6 without Motel6's customer service. If you can go somewhere else on the strip, I highly recommend it. Avoid the hour standing in line to check in, the hidden fees and the rooms from the 40's. We asked for a room away from elevators as we are light sleepers. Not only did they give us a room by the elevators, we got a free wake up call from the hotel construction at 6am. When it was brought up to the customer service, they put it on us that we should have read the fine print on the reservation. WOW! What a complete let down.
"Good enough for the price."
Myself & my husband stayed here for 5 nights in June 2017. The hotel is typical Vegas, big & brash, but clean, with large rooms (though the casino is unusually small). On the downside, the pool area was completely closed due to renovation work and will be for many more months to come. However, the pools at Mandalay Bay (bit of a trek) and MGM (across the road) are at your disposal. The buffet restaurant serves an excellent breakfast for around $25 pp (all you can eat) as well as other fast food chain places on site. The hotel is situated about 1/3 of the way down the strip, so not too bad in terms of getting around the other casinos.I probably wouldn't stay here again, as I've stayed in other, better hotels in the area (Bally's, Mandalay, Ceasar's). However, it was fine for the price.Just a tip for getting to old Vegas- use the Deuce bus (stops at every hotel) or SDX bus (much quicker) $8 for 24 hours unlimited journeys the ticket can be used on both buses. REMEMBER THE RESORT TAX!! we had to pay an extra $130 dollars on top of the price of the room for our stay (payable on arrival by credit card).
"Montecarlo Las Vegas"
Don't come to this garbage place !!!!!! I just checked in it's worst hotel it's thirty smells bad the wallpaper coming off the pool it's closed and they charging almost $40 a day for resort fees at the check in is only one person working if anyone wants to have a good time in Vegas don't make the same mistake that I made 😡😡😡👎🏻👎🏻👎🏻👎🏻 I wish I rate zero
Credit cards accepted by the hotel: American Express - Visa - MasterCard - Diners Club - Japan Credit Bureau (JCB) - Discover
Check-in: 3:00 PM , Check-out: 11:00 AM