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    Many hidden fees upon checking in… Advertise for in the 40s but checked in on a weekend with out a reservation so it was 75 for the night pulse hidden fees made it 110! Front desk agent recommended this hotel over the one across the street for the order. I’m extremely asthmatic so I need a room non-smoking and not smelly. Which is what I got so that was good… I am traveling on foot but if I wasn’t I would stay in Henderson many options with clean hotels and cheap rooms. entrance is quite confusing with how big it is and 0 signs for hotel. inside hotel room floors are dirty but bathrooms are clean, AC works well, not smelly, basic room no microwave no refrigerator but has a TV three towels for a 2 queen size room many lamps heavy shades, they did let me check into my room at 10:30 a.m. very convenient. A few generalized restaurants Dennys panda Chinese. I don’t gamble so I don’t know what the spots are like but there were many in the large open room. I’m in the a tower floor 3 I am told this is the newest nicest section facing the pool as well pool seems nice not very crowded, conveniently placed plugs next to beds for phone charging desk included as well as a few shampoos and hand soaps overall not bad floors could be a little cleaner a few more signs would be nice and not so many hidden fees would make this place great!

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    Stayed on an unlucky day for this hotel. First off, I took the casino for over $500. Second, the power went off to the tower I stayed in. No lights, no A/C. Demanded they move me. Only had availability at Whiskey Pete’s across the street. Was warned about that dump. The room was clean. The bed was short sheeted. When the A/C did work it was very loud. The TV is a small old CRT. The shower had no hot water. Stayed on a Monday, the majority of the restaurants were all closed. The tram to the adjacent hotels were all closed. The whole staff was friendly and professional. The majority of all the tables were closed. And they probably wonder why nobody comes. Most of the patrons were all schlubs. 90% all the AARP crowd. Women all f’tugly. Refrigerator, no. In room coffee, no. Microwave, no. Iron and board, yes. Hair dryer, yes. hangers, yes. Towels, yes (but smelled bad). Go another 45 minutes to the strip. Pay another $30 to stay at a better hotel. One where things are open and girls dress nice and most are pretty.

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    *** The roller coaster wasn’t built to spec before the Great War, and the 200 years since haven’t been too kind to it, either – being overrun with Powder Gangers doesn’t help things, as they’re too likely to chuck a stick of dynamite into your face before you can truly appreciate the view of such Old World Beauty.***= indicative to being composed of Fallout: New Vegas references, not an honest review – this was made entirely for comedic value, and is in no way representative of the real Bison Steve Hotel and Resort. This was in no way endorsed by the Bison Steve Hotel and Resort, Bethesda Softworks, Obsidian Entertainment, or any third-party organization.

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    Best Hotel in and around Vegas. Pillow top mattresses, Denny’s inside the casino, full-sized rollercoaster, Buffalo-shaped pool. How can you go wrong? CMV driver discounts as well.

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    FIRST: DO NOT PAY TO RIDE ANY RIDES. Very painful and not updated. Then we were given a room with wet carpet that smelled like dog. All lights were unplugged and the toilet was dirty. They gave us a new room and that toilet was also dirty complete with floating feminine product. There was no fitted sheets on the bed, just a regular sheet on top of a mattress. Also lots of things need updated.