My dad had a major procedure done here last year and we had no complains about the service or staff, maybe because his insurance was good and covered almost everything, or maybe luck. He has been there more than a couple of times after his surgery for other unrelated emergencies and service has always been 4 to 5 out of 5.
Viva ... the hospital :-( ......... My parents 3-day vacation in Las Vegas ended up being an nine-day hospital stay at the Desert Springs Hospital after my father suffered a heart attack just after exiting the airport on arrival. I am thankful your staff was able to take professional and good care of my father to allow him go back home to Washington State for additional follow up assistance/care. We were very fortunate one of Vegas' best hospitals was just minutes from the airport. Our thanks to all the doctors, nurses and staff for your professionalism and assistance during our difficult time.
I was taking a chance by staying at this budget property after reading all the negative reviews on several sites. However, I was pleasantly surprised with my experience. This motel is very reasonable and was all I needed as I was visiting my brother. The property is very clean with a nice pool/hot tub, coffee and friendly staff. My room was big and comfortable. The only complaint I have was that I had to ask for a blanket as none was provided in the room. It is conveniently located on I-15 and has sveral places to eat in the vicinity. Lot of traffic on Cheyenne but good insulation helps with the noise. For cheap rates and good accommodations this is the place.
Dont ever goto this emergency room they treat everyone like your trying to get pain pills very cold and rude foreign doctors. And spare me the copy and paste reply because you know you will change nothing about this dump regardless.
I was admitted to the ER on Monday and I was placed on a bed in the hallway for 4 days straight. I was never once offered a meal and my prescription glasses were taken from me, told they would be locked up in the property room. Upon release they cannot find my only pair of glasses and now I have to squint to see anything. They're extremely rude and I have never dealt with such inhumane people in my life. This is not hyperbole, because just how wrong they treated me is ineffable. Go to ANY OTHER hospital take my word for it or learn the hard way if you don't want to take some friendly advice from someone who's been there...