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Q: Decent Las Vegas Hotel ( No Answer,   3 Comments )
Subject: Decent Las Vegas Hotel
Category: Arts and Entertainment > Restaurants and City Guides
Asked by: bugbear-ga
List Price: $14.00
Posted: 22 Jul 2005 06:57 PDT
Expires: 28 Jul 2005 11:53 PDT
Question ID: 546576
What is the least tacky hotel in las vegas?

Request for Question Clarification by czh-ga on 22 Jul 2005 13:00 PDT
What price range are you interested in? What location? On the strip or ???
There is no answer at this time.

Subject: Re: Decent Las Vegas Hotel
From: tutuzdad-ga on 22 Jul 2005 08:03 PDT
There's no way to prove a negative. In other words, asking which hotel
in Vegas is the "least tacky" is like asking who in politics has the
ugliest toupee. See what I mean? If you are really after an answer
you'll need to be much more specific and it would also be helpful if
you'd define "tacky".

Subject: Re: Decent Las Vegas Hotel
From: myoarin-ga on 22 Jul 2005 08:12 PDT
"Tacky" can mean "not tasteful or fashionable, dowdy, out-of-date" or
"shaby in appearance  or   "gaudy, flashy, showy"  (Webster's).

If you want the least tacky ome by the last definition, that would
eliminate many of the big names, if you want it by the first or second
one, you might be asking for just those.
Subject: Re: Decent Las Vegas Hotel
From: omnivorous-ga on 22 Jul 2005 10:09 PDT
Mt. Charleston Hotel in the park, outside Vegas, which has no casino:

Within Las Vegas, the Alexis Park Hotel has long been preferred
because it has no casino and is calm amid-the-glitter.  Microsoft has
used it as its Comdex base for executives for years:

But then, neither does the Hampton Inn in nearby Henderson, NV have a casino:

Google search strategy:
"Las Vegas" hotel "no casino"

Best regards,


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