Popular Las Vegas Casinos

There’s a huge selection of land-based casinos to go to in Las Vegas, so it can be quite confusing when it comes down to trying to find ones to visit. We can help you out with that! If you’re planning a trip to Vegas, one or more of the following Las Vegas casino hotels may be a perfect fit for you.

The Bellagio

There’s a plethora of reasons why so many love The Bellagio. Featuring 3,933 guest rooms and suites, this hotel is most well known for the Fountains of Bellagio, which includes a breathtaking water, light, and music show. When you’re not enjoying the show, there’s a conservatory and botanical gardens, a pool, shopping, several bars, a spa, and of course, the Cirque du Soliel show. Did we mention the gambling in their fabulous casino? Note that you have to be 21+ to enter any of their gaming areas.

Aria

There’s plenty of different rooms to choose from at Aria; they start at 1,000SF and go up in size. Whether you want room service or you want to go out for exquisite food, there’s several different restaurants at which to dine. Check out the Zarkana Cirque du Soliel show, hang out at the pool, go shopping, or head over to the casino where you can play poker, slots, do the racebook or sportsbook, or take part in table games.

Las Vegas Aria Casino

Mandalay Bay

In addition to lovely rooms, Mandalay Bay also features Mandalay Bay Beach, which is set on 11 acres. There’s also a Shark Reef that showcases numerous wild animals, not to mention you can also visit nightclubs, bars, restaurants, stores, and the Michael Jackson ONE Cirque du Soliel show. Head over to the 135,000SF casino where there’s plenty to do, including a sportsbook, racebook, slots, poker, and table games such as Baccarat, blackjack, and craps.

The Venetian

Those who long to encounter Italian beauty but can’t yet take a trip to Italy should check out The Venetian, an Italian-inspired all-suite hotel and casino that offers a little bit of everything. Those in need of entertainment can check out a show, go shopping, go swimming, head to a restaurant, or go to a bar or a club. Ready to get your gambling on? Check out their 600-player poker room, slots, racebook, sportsbook, and table games such as blackjack, Baccarat, and craps.

The four aforementioned Las Vegas casino hotels are just the start of what the city has to offer. There’s so many different types of casinos to explore, so check out what each one offers before you leave Las Vegas in 2015.

August 5, 2015 by : Posted in reviews No Comments

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