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Flame Steakhouse - El Cortez Hotel & Casino
Fine dining in Vegas is not limited to the Strip. The Flame Steakhouse is the premiere steakhouse downtown. Enjoy world-class prime rib and steaks, along with the freshest seafood that's flown in daily. A traditional steakhouse menu coupled with an extensive variety of fine wines, ambient lighting, and live piano music provide a classic atmosphere that will satisfy the most sophisticated of palates. Adults Only (18 years +)
I went to eat at coffee shop, el cortez has a policy they will only sit single people at tables in front. The problem is they seat two people at same tables. So if the place is half full and your single you can't get a table. Last time I went there I had to wait over twenty min for a table. there were atleast ten tables free. I comlained then and when I got home I wrote them a letter. I got no response. So I guess it is the policy to treat single people unfairly.
Been visiting Las Vegas at least 18-24 times a years ( I'm semi retire).Gets comps from almost every major 4-5 star hotel and almost every off-strip casino ranging from the Fremont downtown area to The Orleans.I would rated the hotel/casino a 4 out of 5 in service and 3 out of 5 in admenities. My biggest peeves from this casino is their tighness on their comps compare to your playing time on table games.Will stay here again in the near future if they're a bittle more generous with us table game players.You get a great value for staying at the hotel,but will not get better comps like the Gold Coast or Orleans.
This is about the hotel manager, Mr. John Dorweiler. I live in the Philippines
now, and I carry no credit cards. After contacting 20 hotels for a late
arrival reservation, Mr. Dorweiler was the ONLY manager that would give
me a CONFIRMED RESERVATION with a CONFIRMATION NUMBER!!!!
for an 8:00 P.M. arrival, WITHOUT a credit card guarantee. This is OLD
Las Vegas style and class. Unheard of today in 2010. UNBELIEVABLE!!!
In my opinion, he went above and beyond the call of duty. If his service is
indicative of El Cortez, it is unbeatable. I am sure that my 3 day stay in
March, 2010 will will be excellent. Great rooms, prices, and service.
Thank you Mr. Dorweiler.
This is an update. Stayed at the EC for 3 nights in March, 2010 Superb
service everywhere, especially bellman Charlie. Free Limo to the
airport when I left. Coffee shop has great food, and low prices.
Best $40.00 room I've ever had. Extra clean, everything worked,
good beds, and roomy. Met John Dorweiler, and talked for 30
minutes. Very nice guy. If you want a lot of fancy crap, go uptown
and spend at least double the price. If you want good value, good
treatment, nice employees, and top quality service, stay at the
El Cortez. For sure 5 Star.
El Cortez Hotel and Casino is very clean and very near to the downtown and right next to Las Vegas strip transportation.Bets were comfortable. if you need quietness in Vegas idle place to stay. On this price El Cortez very good choices . rooms very clean service very good.
When my husband and i stayed at El Cortez for our 16th anniversary (and to get re-married by Elvis), we had a fabulous time. The hotel was quaint and we got one perk after another. Slots were loose. We received a free dinner from the hotel to celebrate our anniversary. We would recommend this hotel to anyone who would like to see Vegas and spend money gambling, not pay for someone's electric bill.
I stayed here last May, and upon checkin, received a voucher for another two night stay free. It was only good for the summer, and I couldn't use it, but a good value and offer if you can get back to Vegas for a quick weekend. I enjoyed my tower room. Not huge, but nice comfy beds with an additional seating area. Small bathrooms.
Casino is great. Lots of old Vegas feel with a full pay 3:2 single deck BJ for $5 (sometimes even $3). Friendly dealers.
Easy walk to the rest of downtown. You have to be willing to give up all the fluffy frills to stay here, but if all you want to do is sleep, drink, and gamble, this is the place!!
Two years ago I needed a place to stay on a Family Trip & normally stay at the Four Queens I booked late, my only option was the El Cortez. I need to say this I had stayed at the 4Q since 1998, my biggest comp was buy one night get one free. One stay at the Cortez & I have never paid for a room since in 5 stays my typical comp is 2 or 3 nights free, slot cash & food comps plus they give you a newsletter with additional coupons just sign up for players club. The rooms are spacious, comfy, clean but not fancy or elegant furniture is big & made of wood somewhat Vintage but not old as in worn out. The hotel has been remodeled replacing the Casino Carpet, adding newer slots, a 24/7 restraunt that has a great late night early morning breakfast for under $4, food is good portions large prices small. My rooms have always been clean with crisp sheets, some rooms have flat screen tv's, new Cabana Suites just opened I haven't stayed in one yet. I have stayed in the Vintage rooms very art deco orginal hotel rooms from when Bugsy Malone owned the place, the Pavillion rooms are outside above the parking garage not my favorite but not bad either. My favorite rooms are in the Tower very spacious the bathrooms are small but the rooms have a king or two queen, with a sitting area with great views of the mountains or the strip above floor 7 is best, if you have a wheelchair bound friend or relative they have wider doors for ease of access just ask, rooms are cheap, great package deals online for the Cortez that is how I ended up staying the first time. Casino floor is clean spacious not cramped or crowed in by machines, the penny, 2 cent, and nickel slots can be very loose and offer extended play even if you don't hit a jackpot. The quarter machines can be generous on my first stay I won $200 on a quarter machine playing one quarter on a single line bet, they offer jackpot bonus gifts mine was a $10 gift card to Walgreens & have lots of different freebies, last trip I won $300 on a 2cent machine. The staff is friendly & nice, depending how busy it is the drink waitresses come more or less often as they staff according to how busy it is, of course tipping the waitress, well gets you a faster return visit remember waitresses only get paid tips no hour wages at all in most Las Vegas Casinos especially those downtown this knowledge was emparted to me a few years back when I ran into a waitress who was a highschool mate she gave me the 411 all they get is a uniform if any & free dry cleaning so tip well and you will get better speedier service. I once watched a poker table at the El Cortez go all night I went to dinner and 4 gentelmen were wooping it up at this table when I came back from dinner & some gambling down on Freemont which is just blocks away they were still there I went up to room to clear my head of noise took a nap, came back down at 2am these guys were still there, when I went to breakfast dang it they were still there with a new dealer. I don't play much poker but that must have been one hot table. The crowd is usually 30-Senior which makes for a safe comfy gambling expereince lots of security both inside & out, lots of recent construction in & around the hotel has finished adding to the foot traffic the bus line that goes to the strip is a block away as is a movie theatre. My faves for gambling on the downtown strip are Four Queens, Golden Nugget, Golden Gate, and of course the El Cortez. I reccomend this hotel to adults wanting a nice decent place to lay their heads you won't find a better more welcoming bargain. I spend very little time in my room so its practical & gives me more money to play. I like the Freemont Experience shows nice free distraction get the American Casino guide on Amazon great freebies, slot cash and show discounts for the Golden Nugget I make it a point to see a show there every visit very affordable and professionally produced.
I liked the single deck blackjack but some locals were pushy about having me do the game-slowing sidebet. Room was large and clean. Comps were pretty generous. Food in cafe was very tasty. Dealers not good at English. Great valet with free parking. I felt safe at the location, a short walk from the Fremont Street Experience and other casinos. I may stay at El Cortez again
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