We stayed at Arizona Charlies when we played football in Vegas. It wasn't right on the strip. The hotel was older but it was very clean and the prices were good. We had to cab it to the strip, but it was okay.
Posted: 6/16/2008 • Link to this review
Arizona Charlie's is not right on the strip but I loved this place. It wasn't as crowded as the strip hotels. It was easy to get in on the tables and the food was pretty good.
Posted: 6/05/2008 • Last edited: 6/15/2008 • Link to this review
Old style hotel with adjacent casino. Reminds me of the old spirit before Vegas became hugely corporate. Still can find good meal deals and decent gaming option. A little removed from the strip, but not bad.
Posted: 5/19/2008 • Link to this review
This motel/casino was originally built as a long term stay hotel so the rooms are large with a separate bedroom and living area, but it was cheaply built. We booked for 3 nights and were very disappointed with the cleanliness (extensive spots on the rug), furniture (cheap) and noise (minimal soundproofing). This a Motel 6 type place with a clientele to match that has been attracted to the low rates and adjoining casino. \rThe casino has undergone several expansions over the years, but all the good video poker schedules have been downgraded. The Sourdough Cafe continues offer an attractively priced ham and eggs special, but I would avoid the buffet. The Yukon Grill is a steakhouse which has usually been good though our experience in October 2006 was very disappointing. The steak appeared to have broiled and the accompanying potatoes served cold. There a few fast food outlets which have successfully managed to avoid over the years. \rBTW - It is no longer referred to Arizonal Chariles - East and is known as Arizona Charlies - Boulder.
Posted on Citysearch: 11/19/2006