Virtually the forgotten resort on the Strip, this independently operated, 152-room casino has nothing to do with the James Bond movie of the same name. Rather, it's a truly basic little casino-hotel that survives despite being surrounded by the city's major players. Favoured by budget travellers after cheap minimums and even cheaper drinks, it's a cheery place without much charisma but with plenty of value.
As you might expect from the cut-price room rates, the rooms here aren't anything special: they're basically motel-standard, though the mid-Strip location is ideal as a base from which to explore the city.
Eating & drinking
The Outback Steakhouse and Denny's are the closest things to signature restaurants here. The most notable feature of the bar is the dollar beers it offers around the clock.
You'll have to make your own here.
There's not much to say about this place, though the minimums are low and it's the only casino on the Strip to offer 100x odds for craps, reducing the house edge to a mere 0.02%.