The room is large and comfortable. Nice tables & chairs. My only complaint would be that the ladies room closest to the poker room is too small for the number of women waiting to use it. There was always a line.
I also stayed at the hotel for 3 nights. My room was quiet, clean, and comfortable. If I stay again I will probably pay just a little extra to stay in "The West Wing" because it is closer to the poker room.
I found the competition to be somewhat easy. There were lots of tourists just checking out poker for the first time. Also lots of locals mixed in.
Great dealers. Very friendly and I didn't see any mistakes.
The waitresses were nice and they brought the drinks quickly.
Management was great. One player at my 1/2 NL table was drunk and disruptive and another player asked for a clock. When clock was called out a 2nd time the drunk player was asked to step away from the table and management talked to him. When he came back to the table he was acting civil again.
$1 per hour. Plus they game me a poker rate on my room. It was supposed to be $40 off per night but I already had a great deal at $79 per night so they knocked it down to $69 per night. They said $69 is the lowest rate they offer poker players.