Home to the World Series of Poker, the Rio is set a little away from the strip and continues to attract visitors to their suites. The Rio brings a Brazilian theme without as much festiveness and jubilation. The colorful decorations and obvious theme don’t lighten the feel of this place. With it’s best days behind it, the Rio continues to bring in guests and offer what it can. Let’s jump in and take a deeper look at the Rio!
The Room – 7/10
The first thing that caught my eye when I entered the room was the size of it. They weren’t kidding when they call their rooms suites. There was a lot of space, a sectional couch, coffee table, a small table with chairs, vanity, mini-fridge, and a closet. I was not expecting the room to be so big but it was pretty nice. The furniture was a little worn and used with a few stains. Everything looked and felt dated. I had a great view of the pool area below and I really liked the window treatments that gave everything a yellowish tint. Oh yeah, the entire wall was a window. There was something weird though. There was a window from the shower looking into the bedroom. Here’s a picture of the weird window.
The room was pretty nice and would take care of most people’s needs. It was comfortable and had plenty of room. The linens and upholstery just need a little touch up and these rooms would be beautiful. Comfortable, spacious, and clean enough. Not too shabby Rio!