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Casino Hotels in Las Vegas

You can’t say you’ve been to Las Vegas until you’ve gambled at one of its acclaimed casinos. The scale of these will blow you away, and the experience is exactly like what you see in the movies. You’ll see Vegas showgirls serving champagne, high rollers dropping thousands of dollars like it’s nothing, and of course, slot machines everywhere you look. However, not all casinos are created equally. Here are the Las Vegas hotels with the best casinos.
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Everything you could want is at the ARIA
With 90 HD screens mounted on the wall above a comfortable lounge area, sports bookers will be in their element. Betting happens without even having to leave your seat, and there’s 24 hour food and drink service on call. The hotel has no less than 4,000 generously sized rooms, ranging from the 520 sq. ft. deluxe room to the 2000 sq. ft. executive hospitality suite, complete with its own 12 person conference room. If you feel like a break from the bright lights of the casino, chill out at one of the 13 bars at the hotel.
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You won't want to go home after the Bellagio
The Bellagio is one of those hotels that make it really difficult to leave. From an in-house conservatory to the spectacular fountain show as well as the Gallery of Fine Art, the casino is just the cherry on top. One of the stops on the World Poker Tour, the Bellagio Las Vegas poker room features 40 tables, complimentary beverage service, and “Bobby’s Room”, the hotel’s signature poker room which is a tribute to Bobby Baldwin, the 1978 World Series of Poker Champion.
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The Plaza offers classic Vegas fun at budget prices
At the Plaza, which has just undergone a $35 million dollar renovation, the draw card is the brand new Players Club Program, Royal Rewards, which offers members instant tier matching from any other Las Vegas Players Club. Members also receive a free slice of pizza just for signing up, and if 100 points are earned during the first day, members will receive a free ticket to see the Plaza’s headline show, Louie Anderson. Rooms offer unbeatable value and start from just $36. The location is smack bang in the middle of the strip, making for great views.
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X marks the jackpot at Treasure Island
Walking distance from most of Vegas’ shopping and entertainment attractions, Treasure Island is a great choice for those on a budget. The casino features a wide variety of live table games, including blackjack, roulette, craps, baccarat, and three card poker. Newcomers are welcome; the table games are designed to be beginner friendly while still challenging even the most seasoned players. Treasure Island’s casino is smaller than that of other resorts, offering players a more relaxing gaming experience. You won't have to push past other gamers or wait for a machine.
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It's all fun and games at Circus Circus
The casino at Circus Circus is 100,000 sq. ft. of gaming, made up of the main casino, west casino, skyrise casino, and Slots A Fun area, which is like an arcade for adults, with darts, pool tables, foosball, and big screen TVs. Circus Circus hosts free gaming lessons daily, where budding gamers are able to learn how to use the slot machines, as well as learn the ropes of blackjack, roulette, and craps. The Circus Players Club is great value. Members get rewards like free slot play, special event invitations, and comp dollars to use at the hotel’s dining outlets.
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Revel like a king at the Excalibur
Excalibur’s Party Pit draws a crowd every weekend; it comes complete with girls on stage and packed table games as well as a spectacular view of the strip. Excalibur’s Race and Sports Book features wagering on most collegiate and professional sports, including football, basketball, baseball, soccer, boxing, hockey, and tennis. While at the Excalibur, make sure to check out the Australian Bee Gees, who thrill audiences in a 75-minute music spectacular with authentic takes on the trio’s clothing, style, and music. Tickets start at just $45.
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