The romantic getaway began for two nights on Tuesday at the end of July and it was wonderful. It was hot outside (109 degrees Fahrenheit), but what an oasis inside the hotel.
The rooms. We searched for a quick romantic haven in Las Vegas while celebrating Kevin's birthday and we found it in Rio. Below is our review of what to expect from rooms when booking your romantic travel here. We will review the food at the hotel where we stayed in a new blog post, but now, let's look at the rooms or suites, as I should say, at The Rio All-Suite Hotel & Casino in Las Vegas, Nevada.
Great night sleep.
Room : It's huge! Bed … oh king bed size! Grown for 12 hours in a row. A nice thick mattress was like falling on a cloud. The suite size was at least double what you might find elsewhere, including a sofa, comfortable chair, work desk for 2 and a flat-screen TV.
Yes, there are some drawbacks, which I will mention, but the positives of our room far outweigh the things that can be easily overlooked.
Pros: Because we are artists, we noticed the art of the wall immediately. The art is beautiful and comfortable. A watercolor of the hills and the ethereal sky hangs above the couch for two people and is the first thing we see when waking up. "Good morning, world!"
The bed has a golden and soft purple image for a quiet outdoor scene. Outside the end of the bed and right there was a wonderful wooden TV cabinet and paid for each bar use. Around the separation wall and near the entrance door, we found a long storage unit topped by a free kurig coffee maker and coffee elements, clothes storage drawers, a hairdryer, a washbasin and a double glass door with a mirror inside. . The bathroom includes a toilet, of course, a large tub / shower with a curtain and another washbasin with plenty of counter space. Four stylistic lamps, made a large wall mirror nice light selection easy. Each suite faces its wall from the windows. For us, when we look slowly (11th floor), we can see many sector hotels – Windham, Trump, Anchor, Win, Treasure Island, Palms and Mirage. The room was a great proof of sound and in the whole evening the only thing we could hear was the hum of a nice cold air conditioner. The room was cleaned properly and the floor tiles were polished with the highest gloss. We even had a dressing table with a chair and a large mirror to apply make-up easily.
Cons: The carpet is old and needs to be replaced. The door to room 1187 does not close tightly. We came back from the evening to find our door ajar. That the coffee maker Keurig mentioned earlier? You will pay $ 8 for a box of coffee pop-up from the bar of the room (there seems to be enough coffee for about 3 cups of coffee). There is also Starbucks in the basement next to your lift in the Empanema Tower. Flat screen TV is fairly small. In some areas, wallpaper needs to be repaired or replaced. The fridge was small in size, but not cold enough and not adjustable. The floor-to-ceiling view with blackout curtains looking down are industrial air conditioning units, connection bays, asphalt, parking lots and industrial buildings. The bathroom, as in most hotels today, does not have a ventilator, so when bathing, the mirror becomes steamed quickly and there are no windows in the room to vent the steam.
Our vacation was at work and working together, so while working in our office on our articles, we found that the cold AC running on our backs was both annoying and fragmented, but to where else were they going to put it? We just learned to work faster.
We waited for the semi-annual sale in Rio and our price for two nights, including a 12% sales tax and a $ 25 resort fee per night (which is taxable, like the room), internet and free parking, was $ 154.56
What the resort fee includes and we find that it is related to in-room Wi-Fi, fitness center, local / free in-room calls, and access to the Rio Spa and Salon. More about that in an upcoming article.
Rest assured that the negatives are not enough to prevent us from returning or encouraging you to enjoy a comfortable romantic retreat with your sweetheart at a very reasonable price.
As far as the view of the Impanema courtroom is concerned – look up and not down. The carpet? Keep lights low. Fareej? Bring your icebox. the television? Turn it off and enjoy the required time.