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Riviera Hotel And Casino

5,130 reviews
+1 702-734-5110

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Riviera Hotel and Casino: The Cheapest Hotel on the Las Vegas Strip 

What Do the Rooms Include?

If you plan to look for a spacious budget room with basic amenities, modern comfort and a European flair, do not hesitate to book the guestrooms. The penthouse suites are a huge hit, offering guests a stunning view of the Strip, the surrounding mountains, or the city. The penthouse suites cannot be reserved online; therefore, one should contact the hotel for further information.

What Amenities Are Available?

Located on the north end of Las Vegas Boulevard, The Riviera is within walking distance of other hotels and major attractions on the Vegas Strip. It is about 4 miles from McCarran International Airport and less than a mile from Las Vegas Hilton Monorail Station. The on-site state-of-the-art amenities, including a 110,000-square-foot casino, a beauty parlor, Riviera pool, Pinball Hall of Fame, gift shops, 3 Lions Tattoo Studio, and Riviera Comedy Club, will keep travelers occupied and entertained.

What Are the Rates Like?

The rooms at the Riviera start from $21.70 per night. This is the lowest rate among all the hotels on the Las Vegas Strip, so it's perfect for travelers looking for cheap hotels in Las Vegas.  

What's There to Do Nearby?

A stay at the Riviera Hotel and Casino allows you to experience both sides of Vegas – the classic downtown area and the appealing Las Vegas Strip. Within a short walk, you can be at the tallest observation tower, the Stratosphere, and embrace the glittering lights on the Strip. Beyond the Strip, take a peek at the old part of Vegas, gamble at the old casinos, and visit the Vegas art district and financial hubs.

What's the Bottom Line?

The hotel has several entertainment facilities, excellent dining options, and staff who provide fantastic service to their guests. With the lowest rate for all the hotels at the Strip, and its close to the shopping area, other hotels, and bus stops, the Riviera Hotel and Casino is an ideal place for budget travelers.

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The Strip
2901 Las Vegas Blvd S
Las Vegas, NV 89109
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User Highlights
Overall Guest Score
"Valet parking is great" "Great strip location"
Parking was ok, according to 57%.
92% liked the proximity to shopping.
"Front desk was very rude" "Staff unhelpful"
78% found the staff to be very friendly.
51% indicated the reception staff was not good.
"Riviera to be clean and comfortable" "Toilet was dirty"
Only 57% said rooms were clean enough.
62% thought it was rather dirty.
"Rotten eggs" "Horrible rotten egg"
"Ventilation system is terrible" "Dirty, smoke filled hotel room"
Only 57% said rooms were clean enough.
81% complained about the bathroom.
"Dirty swim pool" "Old pool"
Clean pool, said 83%.
"Hotel decor is dated" "Common areas are old dated and sad"
57% thought the building wasn't nice.
81% thought the facilities needed updating.
"Carpet throughout was old" "Hallway dirty"
74% criticized the unstylish hotel.
72% enjoyed the friendly atmosphere.
"Wireless internet did not work" "Internet didn't work"
83% said the wifi quality was bad.
93% thought it was a great value.
Wellness Area
"NO spa tub" "No Hot tub"
83% didn't like the fitness area.

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Hotel could use some updating
Rooms in need of an update
Rooms need regular maintenance
Wifi quality could be improved
Expert Reviews
Rough Guide
Nothing about the longstanding Riviera casino makes it worth staying in one of its two thousand-plus very ordinary rooms.
The Riviera may have opened in 1955, but its decor is pure 70s, from the smoke-mirrored ceilings to the purple neon tubing to the polished brass railing surrounding the fern-filled planters.
Time Out
When the Riviera opened in 1955, Liberace headlined in its showroom. Though the original king of bling is long gone, the entertainment offerings at the Riv a half-century later are just as camp.