The room is enclosed (great) but is rather small (not so great). Chairs are comfy, and the room is well lit.
It hasn't been easy here for me after three visits, but that's a factor of my bad luck rather than an indication of the quality of the play. I did find two players my equal in tight-aggressive play at each table, though.
Next to Palace Station, the friendliest.
The waitress working here days is a senior; she's very much not as attractive as she was thirty years ago but she works the room dilligently and remembers my name and what I drink (and yes if you love Guinness this is the place). If this isn't your idea of excellent then I recommend the service across the street at Caesar's.
The waits and inflow are better managed than at Caesar's; since Caesar's has about six time the size of this room I'll cut them a break.
Not tying the comps to the Total Rewards account is a major faux-pas. I do play other games and I do appreciate the opportunity to pool my comp. Furthermore, the comp you do get written is usually too small to pay for food at the overpriced restaurants. The high-hand jackpots are nice but they're raked. If you just want to eat free, play next door at the Imperial Palace.