I really enjoyed this room. This tables were nice, although not everyone likes the marble on the outside edge. I loved the large TV's that allowed me to watch the baseball games during my cash games/tournaments. I did not feel that the Centrifuge Bar was so loud that it distracted my play, plus it was only going off for a minute or two.
The players were average at best for the 2/4 and 3/6 cash games. The tournaments didn't have a great deal of amazing players either, just average guys that knew how to play poker from what I saw.
The dealers were pretty good. There really weren't many mistakes except during one tournament where they had upped the blinds on my table when they shouldn't have and forgot to up the blinds on another table when they were supposed to.
The cocktail waitresses were quite attractive. There were a few that stood out. They brought the drinks at a fairly good rate and I didn't feel like I was waiting too long.
By far the best management I ran into while in Vegas. I forgot the name of the managers I ran into but they were extremely nice and treated me as a top notch player even if I was playing 2/4. They even ran and got chips for me. The morning tournament director wasn't my favorite, he hit on everyone's girlfriend and wife.
I asked about comps, but was denied. I forgot the reasoning and I had played there for a good amount of time that day (4+ hrs). No high hand/bad beat jackpots that I knew of.