The room was fine even though it was in a temporary space due to construction. It's not like playing at the Venetian in terms of looks and style, but the tables were good and chairs were comfortable, with lots of games going.
There was a mix of locals and tourists, ranging from a couple of players waiting for a 2-5 game to get going to people who buying in for $60-100 and looking to play poker for an hour and have fun without a care about winning or losing.
All very good, many were personable and friendly.
Depending on the time of the day is ranged from excellent to bad, close to shift changes it was horrible.