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Dirty looking light switches, worn wallpaper - Picture of JW Marriott Las Vegas Resort & Spa, Las Vegas

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From Review : A Property in Decline of JW Marriott Las Vegas Resort & Spa
Dirty looking light switches, worn wallpaper
This is one of my pet-peeves: light sources with different color temperatures in the same room.  The closet light is fluorescent while every other light source in the room is tungsten.
I wonder where the hotel could place a flat screen TV on a wall that would allow guests lying in bed to actually see the screen?  Giant entertainment center from the 1980's-1990's designed for box TV that is used to house undersized, too low TV.   Duh!
It’s a nice off the strip property option.
Tattered, dated carpet and woodwork showing wear-and-tear
It’s a nice off the strip property option.
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LGMPLS wrote a review Jun 2019
Saint Paul, Minnesota23 contributions1 helpful vote
+3
I stayed at this property one night with a corporate group. We chose this property based on the JW Marriott brand identity. Frankly I am shocked that it hasn't been downgraded to a less flagship brand within the Marriott portfolio. It may have been JW Marriott material in
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Date of stay: June 2019
Response from Anthony_JWDIR, Manager at JW Marriott Las Vegas Resort & Spa
Responded 06 Jun 2019
Thank you for the post - the good, the bad and the ugly! Your commentary carries with it the details to better understand what you encountered and I am sorry the latter dining experience fell under the ugly category, your statements will be shared appropriately within. While on site, I am sure you saw the slow transformation that we are undergoing to update and renew the resort - I am happy to say, more to come! Once again, thank you for taking the time to share!
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