Casino Royale

User Rating based on 2 reviews

3.9

Golly, Casino Royale seems to be telling everyone to F.O.A.D.- Freak Out and Disco!


A Quick Look

  • Location: The Strip
  • Hotel Class:
    2
     
  • Room Price:
    2
     
  • Hotel Size:152 rooms
  • Casino Size:30,000 sq. ft.
  • Gaming:Yes
  • Nightlife: No
  • Pool:
    1
     
  • Buffet:
    0
     

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The Skinny

Casino Royale Las Vegas is a slice of downtown in the middle of the Strip. Rooms are cheap, gambling is cheap, the place is rundown and has been since it opened. We still prefer gambling downtown, but for you low-rolling Strip-lovers out there, Casino Royale Vegas is a good spot to duck into when you can no longer bear the minimums at the big joints.

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Most Recent Reviews

When I visit Vegas I'm always looking for a deal on hotel rooms. I've stayed in most of the...

pinkertonWatts
May 4, 2012

I haven't stayed in the hotel, but if you are a serious craps player and appreciate low table minimums and high odds, the Casino Royale place to play. Minimum bets and odds offered go from $5 and 20X on weekends to $3 and 100X at midweek. That is...

amightywind
May 27, 2013

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Quick Facts

  • Near Attractions
  • Check-in at 3pm
  • 100+ Rooms
  • High-Speed Internet
  • Near Restaurants
  • Parking

Info

Location:
3411 Las Vegas Boulevard South
Las Vegas, Nevada 89109
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Website:
http://casinoroyalehotel.com/

Room Quality:

The rooms at Casino Royale Hotel Vegas are average-sized. They have fridges, coffee-makers and safes. The bathrooms have tub/shower combos and a single sink. As far as quality, the rooms are like a motel. Avoid rooms on the first floor as the windows open to the world and there is a good chance your view will be of the driveway. The exhaust smells might even convince you to keep the window closed as much as possible. On the plus side, the location is hard to beat. It's walking distance to the center Strip and so many casinos you'll faint with excitement.

Service Quality:

What service? There's no room service or fancy bed turn-down happening at Casino Royale Vegas. The help at the front desk can be surly. Overall, this is the kind of place where you're expected to take care of yourself.

What You Get Bottles of in the Bathroom:

There's the dreaded shampoo/conditioner combo (it just doesn't give us the extra body we need) and lotion. Maybe even a shower cap in the suites. If you know what to do with a shower cap, you can have a pretty wild night. We don't though, so don't ask.

Clientele:

The poor crowd. Casino Royale Las Vegas is mildly popular with young people, and very popular with grinders who don't have the clothes to hang out at the new ritzy places. Occasionally, pretty people do find their way in. Heck, we've stared at many pretty people, too shy to approach them.

How's the Pool?

Super small. The pool at Casino Royale Hotel Vegas doesn't give you anything to see or do but swim in small circles. Oh, and breathe exhaust fumes.

Is it Worth It?

If you're into cheap gaming and a prime Strip location, sure. If you're into leisure and luxury, Casino Royale Hotel Vegas really ain't your best bet.

Hotel Amenities

  • Free Fast Internet
  • Free Guest Parking

Table Games:

Blackjack, craps, roulette. It's the basics with a few gimmicky twists, like Spanish 21, and blackjack Switch! Dealers are friendly but prone to hustling for tips, and the action is lively and loud. If we are any indication, Casino Royale Las Vegas is definitely a place where younger folks can let loose and make asses of themselves.

Bet Minimums:

Slots from a penny on up to a buck. The penny slots are coin-free, they take paper bills and print out receipts for your winnings. Their slot selection is fair but limited to a few hundred machines. The video poker is poor.

Machines:

$3 craps tables (with 100x odds for $5 bettors, 20x below that). Roulette can be as high as $1 chips with $4 minimum, and there is usually (but not always) a few $5 blackjack tables. Skip the crappy 6:5 blackjack games.

Cocktails?

Great cocktail service, plus a low-price bar right next to all the action. The free-flowing booze at Casino Royale Las Vegas is why the young folks are so happy. It's also why they're throwing up in the planters out front.

Who Gets Comps?

The slot club pays decent to slot players, and half as much to VP players. Play a full day here at quarters and you'll be comped to a couple of free nights. At the tables, play twenty bucks a hand for a few hours and you can probably talk them into a free dinner at Denny's.

Casino Royale Guest Rooms

Casino Royale Standard Room

Casino Royale Standard Room

Rooms at Casino Royale Las Vegas are small, simple and non-smoking. What do you get? Free parking and cable, a comp'd in-room safe and refrigerator, and your choice of a king-sized bed or 2 double beds. No pets - sorry, pup! And yes, the Casino Royale Hotel Vegas does have a pool that you'll be granted access to as a guest, though we can't vouch for it as we've never been.

User Average Review

Overall:
3.9
Service:
3.5
Cleanliness:
4
Location:
4.5
Room Quality:
3.5

Based on 2 reviews

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Casino Royale Reviews

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Overall:
3.5
Service:
3
Cleanliness:
3
Location:
5
Quality:
3

amightywind Would recommend to a friend

Date of stay: 4/13

Craps capital - Casino Royale

I haven't stayed in the hotel, but if you are a serious craps player and appreciate low table minimums and high odds, the Casino Royale place to play. Minimum bets and odds offered go from $5 and 20X on weekends to $3 and 100X at midweek. That is crazy generous, especially considering the high end hotels that surround it. I have not found better odds in town. The dealers are wise guys, and very fast. Earn your craps PhD here! After a beat down that the tables, I appreciate the 99 cent hot dogs sold in back.

Overall:
4.25
Service:
4
Cleanliness:
5
Location:
4
Quality:
4

pinkertonWatts Would recommend to a friend

Date of stay: 4/12

Great location - small but clean rooms!

When I visit Vegas I'm always looking for a deal on hotel rooms. I've stayed in most of the strip hotels, from New York New York to MGM to Venetian/Palazzo, and I love them all. However, a lot of times you need to save cash to spend on the casino floor, and Casino Royale is the place to do it. 

No, its not the the flashiest place for sure. The rooms are fairly standard...maybe on the small side, but everything is extremely clean (and in fact, they seem recently updated - fresh paint and new carpet). It has a great location, a fridge, and a coffee maker. The rooms aren't anything special, but they aren't bad at all - they have a comfy bed, nice, big flatscreen TV and a table/chairs. The beds are really comfy, and the bathroom, while basic, is clean and functional as well.

Lots of reviews say that they have found it to be expensive here. When I stayed here, Venetian/Palazzo was over $200, Luxor was $180, Excalibur was $160, and good old Casino Royale was $69. For $69 per night this place is a huge value. The casino is fun, and most other places are within easy walking distance (right next door to Harrah's). Also, right between the Palazzo and Venetian is a Walgreens that is within easy walking distance to grab items you need without the inflated Vegas prices.

The tables are cheap, craps tables are rowdy (in a good way) and they allow you to bet up to 100x your odds bet. $1 Michelobs (though I have to say one of the ones I was given in 2010 had a born on date from 1996?!?!?) are awesome.  As Casino Boy says, the casino isn't glitzy, but its functional with low table limits.

Really for a great value on the strip in Vegas, this place is awesome. I can't overstate how while many other older strip hotels can be very dirty, this place was spotless.

-PW

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Overall:
4.25
Service:
4
Cleanliness:
5
Location:
4
Quality:
4

pinkertonWatts Would recommend to a friend

Date of stay: 4/12

Great location - small but clean rooms!

When I visit Vegas I'm always looking for a deal on hotel rooms. I've stayed in most of the strip hotels, from New York New York to MGM to Venetian/Palazzo, and I love them all. However, a lot of times you need to save cash to spend on the casino floor, and Casino Royale is the place to do it. 

No, its not the the flashiest place for sure. The rooms are fairly standard...maybe on the small side, but everything is extremely clean (and in fact, they seem recently updated - fresh paint and new carpet). It has a great location, a fridge, and a coffee maker. The rooms aren't anything special, but they aren't bad at all - they have a comfy bed, nice, big flatscreen TV and a table/chairs. The beds are really comfy, and the bathroom, while basic, is clean and functional as well.

Lots of reviews say that they have found it to be expensive here. When I stayed here, Venetian/Palazzo was over $200, Luxor was $180, Excalibur was $160, and good old Casino Royale was $69. For $69 per night this place is a huge value. The casino is fun, and most other places are within easy walking distance (right next door to Harrah's). Also, right between the Palazzo and Venetian is a Walgreens that is within easy walking distance to grab items you need without the inflated Vegas prices.

The tables are cheap, craps tables are rowdy (in a good way) and they allow you to bet up to 100x your odds bet. $1 Michelobs (though I have to say one of the ones I was given in 2010 had a born on date from 1996?!?!?) are awesome.  As Casino Boy says, the casino isn't glitzy, but its functional with low table limits.

Really for a great value on the strip in Vegas, this place is awesome. I can't overstate how while many other older strip hotels can be very dirty, this place was spotless.

-PW

Overall:
3.5
Service:
3
Cleanliness:
3
Location:
5
Quality:
3

amightywind Would recommend to a friend

Date of stay: 4/13

Craps capital - Casino Royale

I haven't stayed in the hotel, but if you are a serious craps player and appreciate low table minimums and high odds, the Casino Royale place to play. Minimum bets and odds offered go from $5 and 20X on weekends to $3 and 100X at midweek. That is crazy generous, especially considering the high end hotels that surround it. I have not found better odds in town. The dealers are wise guys, and very fast. Earn your craps PhD here! After a beat down that the tables, I appreciate the 99 cent hot dogs sold in back.