Toll-Free Number: (800) 854-7666
Rooms: 151 Price Range: $88-$209
Suites: 3 Price Range: $239-$289
Restaurants: 4 (1 open 24 hours)
Casino Size: 22,000 Square Feet
Games Offered: Slots, Video Poker, Blackjack, Craps, Roulette, Three Card Poker
Special Features: Outback, Denny’s and Subway. Refrigerator in every room. 100x odds on craps.
Casino Royale Hotel & CasinoHot
Open: 24 hours daily
Casino Royale has a different player's club system than most. Instead of tracking your points, the casino offers rebates on losses. For new members, their first $20 lost will be refunded in $20 freeplay and after that, a player will be given $20 in freeplay credits for every $100 the lose.
Comps: Comps expire 48 hours after being earned and they can be used for rooms, room charges or food.
Toll-Free Number: (800) 854-7666
No fun (book) at the Royale!
The fun book which used to be monthly is now every thirty days. I found this out after I had been there on January 29, I went back on February 2 and was told I had already received it. I asked if I was not eligible for a February book and he told me to come back on February 29!! I did not pursue the issue since the book is almost worthless except for one coupon, and no good video poker to play them on.
The Royale is no longer a good bet. All full pay video poker has been removed as of june 2013. They also made comp rooms much harder to qualify for, but with no good games to play anyway, its only good for drinking cheap and slots. And if you play slots why play there. The cheap rooms and better games are now in the north strip area.
Hidden Jewel of the strip
Casino Royale is the last good gamble on the strip. Good table games and full pay video poker in great center strip location. Cheap drinks and rooms also. Hotel was just remodeled. Not the biggest, or brightest, but definetly the best bet in the best location.
Cheap gambling and drinks
Low limit table games, $1 margaritas and Beers are a couple of good reasons to stop by here. Look for the free spin slot machines out in front on the sidewalk. Everybody gets a coupon, 2 for 1 Margaritas, $5 table game matchplay coupon (bet $5, win $10) are good. If you go by the slot club they often have 2 for 1 ben and jerry's ice cream coupons sitting out on the counter.
Casino Royale- great craps game
I didn't stay here, but played here and enjoyed the craps game. It has $3 or $5 minimum tables with 100x odds allowed on $5 bets. Although some say the dealers are rude, I had the opposite experience. Slots seemed to pay better here than other strip locations. I will definitely play here again when I'm in Vegas.
Go for the Beer, avoid the food...
Casino Royale is really only good for one thing - cheap drinks. $1 Michelob's or $1 Strawberry or Lime Margaritas. This, you can not go wrong with. I usually grab a couple brews and the ponder over the TIX 4 TONITE screen to see the show deals.
I joined the slot club for the $50 Slot Play - It's a voucher for a promotional machine that I think only 1 person wins on in a year, not worth your time.
Avoid the hotdogs at the back of the casino, there is a reason why they are that cheap.
Staff is generally rude here, then again, it's at Casino Royale. I would not be happy if I worked there.
So, as I said, use this place for only a pit stop to re-hydrate yourself...
I signed up for their players card and found I had been "had". The free slot play isn't what you think. I haven't gone in since.
$1 Beers, I'm there!
Never fails, I always spend the wee hours of the morning at Casino Royale. It's usually convenient to Flamingo or Harrah's (where I normally stay) and a few $1 beers to finish the night is what I like. Throw that in with some cheap craps and cheap roulette and you've got yourself a nice little casino here.
I also enjoy The Outback Steakhouse located upstairs. Chainy Goodness at its finest, but you know you're in Vegas so the steak taste that much better than it does back home.
The Player's Club isn't much to write home about. Like previous reviews mentioned, $50 freeplay on a bunch of boring, non-winning slots. Doesn't matter, this is still one of my usual hangouts.
Casino Royale is a small casino right on the strip. When we went we had $50 free play coupons that our timeshare gave us. The free play was on special slot machines that only pay off if you hit something big. Most of the people leave winning nothing. There was free parking behind the casino.
The wife and I always stop in here when traversing up and down the Strip. It's a great change of pace and the place has been good to us ($).
It's not upscale, it's not downtown, but it's fun!! Check it out, for at least a quick gamble and a cheap Michelob at the bar!!
Nice Place To Visit
Visited 7-9-08. The gaming wasn't as good here as other places.
Drinks were good and cheap. $1 margaritas. Parking was the easiest of anywhere in Vegas. Pull around back and park at the door.
Grab a $1 margarita and walk on to Harrah's to play. We got the funbook but didn't use it.
The day we were there the AC was out. 112 degrees that day!
Small but Fun
Casino Royal is a small casino located on the strip between Harrah's and The Venetian. It offers a nice free fun book to card holders every 30 days. The coupon sheet offers a nice 4 of a kind video poker bonus, a Wheel of Fortune bonus and free play on a very limited number of machines.
Surprisingly there is an Outback Steak House above the casino which offeres familar dining. Small but fun.
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