Boardwalk Hotel & Casino Review
Please don't bet the village center is now open
for business replacing what used to be the Boardwalk Hotel and Casino resort.
With over 5000 rooms and over 2000 condominiums, many stores and restaurants
this is the newest and largest attraction in Las Vegas dwarfing any of the
other hotels. We will be visiting Las Vegas in 2010 and will provide a the
city center hotel and casino complex.
Please note that the Boardwalk hotel and casino
has been torned down in favor of a new hotel and condominiums that will be
completed sometime in 2009 or 2010. Once we have toured this property , we
will create a page to summarize this location. In the mean time you can read
what we thought of the Boardwalk, or scroll to the bottom to look at reviews
of other hotels in this web site. We were in Las Vegas in the spring of 2009
and construction is proceeding even with the downturn in the economy. There
was a tremendous amount of activity around this massive site.
The Boardwalk hotel and casino was in the middle of the strip near the Montecarlo and the New
York New York Casino. There are over 600 rooms in three buildings and a casino with 650 slot machines, 20 table games as well as a sports book area. They have a 24 hour buffet. The Boardwalk hotel and casino has a Coney Island feel to it and customers can purchase the famous Coney Island hot dogs and other Coney island favourites at the boardwalk. There are five restaurants you can choose from in the Boardwalk hotel and casino, an outdoor pool with one of the few 9 foot deep pools on the Vegas Strip. There is also a wedding chapel, convention rooms, in room data ports and a parking garage to park your car for free. The Boardwalk hotel and casino is centrally located on the strip.
This hotel and casino complex has been awarded a rating of 6.45 out of a maximum of 10.
Major Points of Interest
If you are just passing through the hotel, you will want to take a moment to see the following areas of the Boardwalk hotel and casino.
- Outside of the Boardwalk and the Coney Island decor
- The Casino
- The restaurants
What We Liked
These are some of the items or areas that we liked about the Boardwalk hotel and casino.
- Nothing special, other than the Coney Island decor
What We Don't Like
These are some of the items or areas that we did not like about the Boardwalk hotel and casino.
- Older hotel, a bit tired looking.
- Pool is immaculate, but is showing it's age.
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