Stayed here for one night to experience a real casino. The hotel was HUGE, with a large number of restaurants, bars and shops. Unfortunately, most of the restaurants and bars was closed. We got a room on the 28th floor. The room was large and comfortable, with a fantastic view. The staff were very friendly. Everything on this hotel was clean and stylish.
Although I started as a lucky man on the casino, I managed to break even - so this review is not biased by a big loss. That being said, there's not much to do at this hotel other than drinking, gambling and eating. Don't even think about going outside - there is nothing but hotels in the area, and no walkways - cars ONLY. I kid you not, there was no way for a pedestrian to walk around.
As for gambling, you have plenty of choices, but the stakes are high for all of them. For example, blackjack tables start at $10 a hand. Being a recently graduated student, gambling this kind of money is madness. I talked to a guy in the bar who just lost $50000 that night - quite sobering. We tried only one restaurant, the Metropolitan, which was OK.