Blue Moon Resort

★★☆☆☆
  • 2651 Westwood Dr

    Las Vegas, NV 89109

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  • 702-361-9099

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The staff were very friendly and helpful. And pleasant to look at. The hotel itself is run down, everything including the pool and steam room need to be redone. I stayed last weekend in october and mostly empty. Way over priced. Stay on the strip

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The staff were very friendly and helpful. And pleasant to look at. The hotel itself is run down, everything including the pool and steam room need to be redone. I stayed last weekend in october and mostly empty. Way over priced. Stay on the strip

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Okay, let me state the pros up front just to be fair.

David is the owner and he does answer the phone, and gets up to the front desk fairly quickly when you walk in.

Be aware that the day pass is only good until 8pm, then light's out honey, on your way home if you are visiting without having a room there.

They do have a very nice pool with a waterfall shower, and privatized (walled-in jacuzzi). It is clothing optional, so try to be nice to those who are over-endowed :)

Also, to be fair, the whole place looked clean.

Finally, decor and music are totally gay chic, good for him.

To be fair, I didn't stay in the hotel part, so you'll have to check for yourself on their quality. Hopefully that matches the price.

Okay now the cons. First it is really hard to find if you're not local. Cab drivers haven't heard of it so bring the mapquest with you.

David is kind of a jaded indifferent queen in my opinion. Okay to be fair, yes it takes one to know one. But he did something no retail queen should. I asked him where the towels were and he said oh by the blue tins at the pool - of course when I get over there all the towels in the bin are - you guessed it...WET.

Okay, could happen, he could be busy while supplies don't last, but then he got all huffy about having to get me a clean one.

Also, David, honey really do SOMETHING to upgrade that locker "room". It looks like it should star in a scene of "OZ" - the one about the prison .

Also, he has that cell phone plastered to his ear. And not the incoming calls asking questions about the place either. I really don't like it when retail queens make waiting paying customers seem like we are interrupting their hot gossip session when they are behind the counter.

I know, he and others will say - it's his place, he can run it the way he wants. Well, attitude can be everything, and he needs to work on his. We do keep him in business. After leaving the interactions with him I only felt slightly welcome to come back, us customers can be SUCH a nuisance when he is trying to have a juicy cell phone conversation.

It's nice that he provides internet, although it's screaming slow to load, and definitely not Comcastic.

Finally, if you plan a massage, they are by appointment, so schedule ahead, their massage guy is really hit and miss.

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★★☆☆☆

Okay, let me state the pros up front just to be fair.

David is the owner and he does answer the phone, and gets up to the front desk fairly quickly when you walk in.

Be aware that the day pass is only good until 8pm, then light's out honey, on your way home if you are visiting without having a room there.

They do have a very nice pool with a waterfall shower, and privatized (walled-in jacuzzi). It is clothing optional, so try to be nice to those who are over-endowed :)

Also, to be fair, the whole place looked clean.

Finally, decor and music are totally gay chic, good for him.

To be fair, I didn't stay in the hotel part, so you'll have to check for yourself on their quality. Hopefully that matches the price.

Okay now the cons. First it is really hard to find if you're not local. Cab drivers haven't heard of it so bring the mapquest with you.

David is kind of a jaded indifferent queen in my opinion. Okay to be fair, yes it takes one to know one. But he did something no retail queen should. I asked him where the towels were and he said oh by the blue tins at the pool - of course when I get over there all the towels in the bin are - you guessed it...WET.

Okay, could happen, he could be busy while supplies don't last, but then he got all huffy about having to get me a clean one.

Also, David, honey really do SOMETHING to upgrade that locker "room". It looks like it should star in a scene of "OZ" - the one about the prison .

Also, he has that cell phone plastered to his ear. And not the incoming calls asking questions about the place either. I really don't like it when retail queens make waiting paying customers seem like we are interrupting their hot gossip session when they are behind the counter.

I know, he and others will say - it's his place, he can run it the way he wants. Well, attitude can be everything, and he needs to work on his. We do keep him in business. After leaving the interactions with him I only felt slightly welcome to come back, us customers can be SUCH a nuisance when he is trying to have a juicy cell phone conversation.

It's nice that he provides internet, although it's screaming slow to load, and definitely not Comcastic.

Finally, if you plan a massage, they are by appointment, so schedule ahead, their massage guy is really hit and miss.

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