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Las Vegas Cyber Speedway
2535 Las Vegas Boulevard South
Las Vegas
NV
89109
Tel: +1 702 737 2111

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You can turn race car dreams into heart-pounding reality at the NASCAR Cafe Entertainment Center's 35,000-square-foot Las Vegas Cyber Speedway with racing simulators. This is as close as it gets to the real deal - at speeds reaching as high as 220 mph! So ladies and gentlemen with a need for speed, start your engines!
Mounted on hydraulic bases, the Cyber Speedway cars (7/8 the actual size of authentic stock and Indy cars) are equipped to provide the most realistic simulated racecar driving experience available ever. These stock car simulators are outfitted with your choice of automatic transmissions or stick shifts plus 10 adjustable performance parameters so that you can customize the drive to your own personal needs: tire pressure, aerodynamic wing angles, horsepower, braking response, transmission torque, and suspension. You control it all! From start to checkered flag, NASCAR puts you in the driver's seat!
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    This hotel is a sham. Let's start with the garage, since you enter through there. NO SECURITY CAMERAS IN THE GARAGE and the elevators don't work most of the time. After parking your car you have to search for the front desk, FRONT DESK IS NOT LABELED, and is located in a dark small area. The casino floor is nice, I like the decor, except for the ceilings. But don't ever lose anything in the casino because THERE IS NO SECURITY BOOTH, every casino in Las Vegas has a security booth in case you need to find something you lost or even a band aid. I stayed...Read More

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    SLS Management you have ways to go. Out all of the hotels stayed at in Las Vegas it is the bottom tier. Why internet is slow if you can get on at all. Elevators are not sync well 50 to 50 doors will close before you can walk 15 feet to get end elevators, be ready to stick your foot out or wall back to the button and hit the button again. The food was great at the griddle good size portions and at the u-noodle well it the worst food that I ever tasted in my life. The pizza is surprising great. The beds are comfortable. For be open for 9 weeks it...Read More

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    I'm trying really hard to like this place. I've stayed there twice and thought the problems relating to my first visit were simply new casino problems. There weren't. While the decor and lay out is great and some of the experience is in line with good Vegas hotels they have a lot to do in the service area. For example, I am writing this while I am on hold while trying to request a copy of the bill for the five rooms I had last week. This is the third time I've requested it. While at the hotel the dealers seemed and acted miserably. I can understand...Read More

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    I had a bad experienced at the foxtail club last night ,,, the people were drinking on the dancing floor and spilling their alcohol everywhere. There were no employees cleaning up or monitoring the dance floor. I slipped and fell and hurt my tail bone pretty badly. Woke up this morning in so much pain. They had enough staff to monitor the club last night but no one was watching the dancing floor.. They should not allow people to be dancing and drinking at the dancing floor this is dangerous... people can get hurt. BE AWARE OF THIS COMPANY, THEY...Read More

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    Love the remodel but the management is definitely confused on what a "Las Vegas casino" is all about. First off, they said they'd embrace the local market but don't actually offer anything competitive compared to other local casinos. Casino doesn't like table action. Betting anything over 50$ a hand at Blackjack and they sweat you like a shitty Downtown casino does. The restaurants are actually pretty good but way over priced. Service, in general, is really hit or miss. Their security walks around like they're patrolling a prison. Casino Hosts...Read More

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by Thegaygaymerchannel

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This hotel is a sham. Let's start with the garage, since you enter through there. NO SECURITY CAMERAS IN THE GARAGE and the elevators don't work most of the time. After parking your car you have to search for the front desk, FRONT DESK IS NOT LABELED, and is located in a dark small area. The casino floor is nice, I like the decor, except for the ceilings. But don't ever lose anything in the casino because THERE IS NO SECURITY BOOTH, every casino in Las Vegas has a security booth in case you need to find something you lost or even a band aid. I stayed in the World Tower, my room was 325 square feet but the room WAS MISSING A READING CHAIR AND LAMP. I tried calling front desk about it after around midnight but the PHONE OPERATOR TOLD ME THAT FRONT DESK DOESN'T TAKE CALLS AFTER MIDNIGHT, which was appalling. Remember, THIS HOTEL CHARGES A $150 DEPOSIT AND A $28 RESORT FEE, these prices are the HIGHEST I HAVE EVER SEEN IN ANY HOTEL IN LAS VEGAS. The buffet summed up the lack of stars, I was sitting between two tables that had a ton of dishes piling up while there was a long line waiting to enter, MY FRIEND WAS GIVEN COFFEE BUT NO CREAM AND SUGAR OR ASKED FOR CREAM OR SUGAR, so he had to search for the waiter and GOT HIS CREAM AND SUGAR 15 MINUTES LATER. Plus there wasn't much variety in the buffet and the buffet was really small. I will never come back again.

by JOHN HEIDT

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SLS Management you have ways to go. Out all of the hotels stayed at in Las Vegas it is the bottom tier. Why internet is slow if you can get on at all. Elevators are not sync well 50 to 50 doors will close before you can walk 15 feet to get end elevators, be ready to stick your foot out or wall back to the button and hit the button again. The food was great at the griddle good size portions and at the u-noodle well it the worst food that I ever tasted in my life. The pizza is surprising great. The beds are comfortable. For be open for 9 weeks it has long ways to go to meet Las Vegas high end hotels standards. On par of Circus and Riviera at the moment. Needs allot work all way around. Why pay resort fees? Poor internet and no pool open. It the way Las Vegas is going but at least at least at other places you at least get something works. Nice fresh paint.

by Dave Richardson

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I'm trying really hard to like this place. I've stayed there twice and thought the problems relating to my first visit were simply new casino problems. There weren't. While the decor and lay out is great and some of the experience is in line with good Vegas hotels they have a lot to do in the service area. For example, I am writing this while I am on hold while trying to request a copy of the bill for the five rooms I had last week. This is the third time I've requested it. While at the hotel the dealers seemed and acted miserably. I can understand dealing with the late night crowd can be a pain but this lady seemed to take her grumpiness to the extreme. I'm not a big gambler but I doubt I will ever hit the tables at the SLS again. I went through my minibar on day one (with some guests in my suite) and had to request that they come in the next evening to restock it. There are plenty of instances similar to that that really impact the brand that is SLS. If they want to make a serious run at attracting a loyal Vegas crowd they really need to step up their game and bring their LA brand in it's entirity and not just look and feel.

by Neneth Suarez

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I had a bad experienced at the foxtail club last night ,,, the people were drinking on the dancing floor and spilling their alcohol everywhere. There were no employees cleaning up or monitoring the dance floor. I slipped and fell and hurt my tail bone pretty badly. Woke up this morning in so much pain. They had enough staff to monitor the club last night but no one was watching the dancing floor.. They should not allow people to be dancing and drinking at the dancing floor this is dangerous... people can get hurt. BE AWARE OF THIS COMPANY, THEY DO NOT CONSIDER CUSTOMER SERVICE COMPLAINT. CUSTOMER SERVICE HANDLED THE SITUATION POORLY. IF YOU EVER VISIT VEGAS. I ADVISE TO STAY SOME WHERE ELSE. TERRIBLE BUSINESS, EMPLOYEES ARE JUST STANDING THERE NOT HELPING OR ASSISTING. TERRIBLE WORK ETHIC, TERRIBLE EXPERIENCE. THIS HOTEL DOESN'T CONSIDER TO EVEN BE A HOTEL ON VEGAS OR IN THIS CITY AT ALL.

by Lucky 45

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Love the remodel but the management is definitely confused on what a "Las Vegas casino" is all about. First off, they said they'd embrace the local market but don't actually offer anything competitive compared to other local casinos. Casino doesn't like table action. Betting anything over 50$ a hand at Blackjack and they sweat you like a shitty Downtown casino does. The restaurants are actually pretty good but way over priced. Service, in general, is really hit or miss. Their security walks around like they're patrolling a prison. Casino Hosts are not approachable. No one seems to know how table games comps work. Parking hasn't improved since it was the Sahara - garage is confusing and valet is a pain. If you're into night clubs then this place might be worth checking out but otherwise it's very lackluster. Bottom line: Cool decor but there's definitely better places on the strip offering a way better value.

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