Las Vegas Casino Hotels
It's not especially easy to distinguish the hotels
from casinos in Las Vegas.
In fact, most of them are one and the same. Only
a handful of casinos actually exist in the city without
rooms placed somewhere, while the only hotels that don't
include gambling anywhere are the Las Vegas resorts spread
throughout the city. Thus, not being able to find
one of the Las Vegas casino hotels is like not being able
to find your car keys while you are driving.
Las Vegas casino hotels number over 100 within the city
limits. As always, the most famous and popular of
these are located up and down the Vegas
strip, over a mile and a half of hotel casinos ready
to let you try your luck. Starting from Mandalay
Bay in the south and moving north towards the Stratosphere,
you'll find one Las Vegas hotels casino after another.
A few yards down any intersecting street will also bring
you to one of many Las Vegas casino hotels. Hooters
Casino and Hotel, the Westin,
and the Hilton are just a couple examples of great locations
just off the main strip.
Las Vegas Casinos
But for many people seeking out Las Vegas casino hotels,
there's no reason to look past the ones located
directly on the strip. Some of the best gambling
in the city can be found at Caesars
Palace and New York
New York - for quality poker games, head to
the Bellagio, Wynn,
or the Excalibur. For
luxury stays, the Wynn is all anyone can talk about, while Treasure Island and
the Paris are the underrated masterpieces of the city.
If you don't mind hanging with an older crowd, Ballys
Las Vegas is also a nice change of pace from some
of the other strip hotels, and Bills
Gambling Hall is one of the more unique spots on the
strip, imbued with a subtle character that appeals to
those who want a non-conformist place to stay on Las Vegas
Las Vegas casino hotels in the downtown area have a slightly different appeal, shunning most of
the city's penchant for ostentation and instead
focusing on those who just want to throw their money around.
The limits are often lower than you'll find at strip
hotel casinos, but this is the area where serious gamblers
often spend their time. With the exception of the
best casinos on the strip, this is the place to find the
best comps, the best odds on craps and the Fremont
Street Experience is nothing to scoff at either.
Las Vegas casino hotels stretch all the way to the border
of the city limits, spilling into the suburbs and lesser
known cities like Henderson.
Here you'll find casinos reminiscent of the other
off strip establishments - regular middle class
folks who just want to see what luck will bring them.