Casino Royale : Everything You've Always Wanted To Know

Room Renovations, Casino Construction and More...

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The Construction

Casino Royale Review Construction

Casino Royale is currently adding a large casino expansion to the back of the property. From what I was told, the plan is to move the food court to the back of the casino, add another gaming pit and expand the slot floor. The Mrs and I took our lives into our own hands and headed toward the back of the building. We were overtaken by a large green structure.

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We did a little sneaking around and snapped some pictures of the inside of the structure.

Casino Royale Review Construction Interior

Looking inside from the south side of the new construction. It looks like It might be a new entrance, perhaps employee. The door on the left edge of the image leads to a staircase to the second floor. On the right is an office.

The next photos are from the opposite (North) side of the building shot left to right.

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Going right through the middle of the construction is a hallway leading from the parking lot into the casino. The next photos I snapped were from inside the hallway, overtop of the construction barrier. This group was shot facing north.

Casino Royale Review Construction Interior 2

And these show the south half of the building.

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Big thanks to the folks at Casino Royale for giving us a tour of their hotel offerings. If you have any questions, please post a comment below. Thanks!

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Comments & Discussion

Looks like the bar has been set for my upcoming Golden Nugget Rush Tower review.

I have to say that if I were looking to stay on The Strip, I'd actually consider Casino Royale. When I first noted the renovated rooms earlier this year, my interest was piqued.

The bedroom in the suite looks like Laura Ashley exploded in there. I totally dig the Jr. Suite.

They should never, ever remodel those suites. What a time capsule! Someday this will be vintage Vegas. At the very least it's an option for folks with sleek fatigue.

I would be interested to know whether the room rates are higher now or back in 1990 as the Travelodge. Actually, I'm a little suprised they don't just scrap the hotel and pool to build out the casino. There is always lot's of foot traffic to fill the casino. The $1 Michelobs, Denny's and Outback Steakhouse bring in people. Now people also come in for the new discount show ticket booth. I wonder how much money the casino pulls in?

I think the furniture in that Jr Suite is the exact same furniture in the new Polo Towers renovated rooms.
Seriously though, on those Deluxe rooms, they need to do something. It's a mix of grandmas bedroom with 80's living room (reminds me of the 80's suite at Bill's)

Wow, thanks for the in-depth pics and review. It's not something we get to see often.

ONE elevator?!

I stayed here last year, 2015 and its AMAZING!!! Rooms are so much better after the remodel. This needs a re do

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