On the upside...Lots of things to do. We even recieved 20 dollar comps a night for drinks. It's not advertised but there is a 7 dollar shuttle out back that took us right to the airport. Leaves every half hour. Vince Neils restaurant was awesome.Downside... We thought the room was clean until my husband dropped something behind the bed and found several used condoms. Overall, great time had by all. It was my second stay and I would go back again.
Iconic hotel located on the Las Vegas strip, Circus Circus is close to shopping, the Las Vegas Convention Center and downtown …More
I loved the bellagio fountains and the indoor garden. Lots of fun activities around and the coolest hotels. Only thing I wasn't too happy about was the pools closing at 8 pm. Other than that, everything was perfect!
Traveller from chicago
About 1,000 fountains dance to music and light in front of this European-style hotel set along the Las Vegas Strip, next to …More
Enjoyable stay, glad I upgraded to the spa suite. Attended a conference during non-peak time but still extremely busy. Great place to go for absolute craziness but not for a relaxing getaway!! Had fun none the less.
Located on the southern end of the famous Las Vegas Strip, this hotel is close to McCarran International Airport, Crystals at …More
If you are looking for a place to rest, and have a sibarita way of life, this is the hotel you are looking for. It is close to all the great casinos and spectacles.
Restaurant for breakfast is ok and if you go to the Aria Café, please notice that you be charge only once, as they charged us twice and we have to double check the final bill.
The MOZEN is also a good experience for breakfast and dinner.
And the Twiist is great!!
The pool is small but enough to have a place to swim.
We would be able to repeat the hotel as we prefer to have a quiet.
Traveller from Mexico
We are connected to Crystals and a step from the casinos, but in our hotel you’ll find an oasis of serenity. Our rooms are a …More
My first time in Vegas and wasn't sure what to expect. How would I describe. It? Overwhelming., mad, over the top? Yes all of the above. Good location and good amenities. Helpful staff without being intrusive. Good trip and would return.
Fronted by replicas of the Brooklyn Bridge and the Statue of Liberty, this New York-themed hotel recreates Manhattan's …More
Glittering, larger-than-life gambling palaces dominate Las Vegas Boulevard South, better known as The Strip. Here, hotels are destinations unto themselves. Within a three-mile stretch, visitors can see the New York City skyline, the Eiffel Tower, an Egyptian pyramid, imperial Rome, a dancing fountain, and an exploding volcano. A monorail links several hotels and the Las Vegas Convention Center.