Las Vegas Casinos List
Something that can really help you if you are trying to decide about where to go to play casino games is a full Las Vegas casinos list, as this will help you to understand what is on offer out there and what your options are. Though there are a large amount of Las Vegas casinos and in the suburbs around it, we can give you the names here and some of the details that you might need so that you can make more of an informed decision when you do make that choice of where you are going to play next time you are in the city.
We will order our Las Vegas casinos list alphabetically, so there is no particular emphasis on any one casino in order to give you a fairer overview of everything that you would be able to choose from. We will start off with the Aliante Casino and Hotel, which is located in North Las Vegas; then there is the Aria Resort and Casino on the Las Vegas Strip; the Aztec Inn and Casino, also on the Strip; Bally’s, one of the bigger brands that you will find on the Strip and which you may recognise from other venues across the US; the Bellagio on the Strip, one of the most famous casinos which is based around an Italian city in terms of design and style of decor, making it a very luxurious venue and one of the most high end options in the city; Bill’s Gamblin’ Hall and Saloon on the Strip, which was formerly known as the Barbary Coast; Binion’s Gambling Hall and Hotel in the Downtown area, which is famed for some of the attractions that it features; Caesar’s Palace on the Strip, which is themed after the Roman Empire and has some huge elements such as an entertainment venue named the Coliseum and the Forum Shoppes which feature designer brands; the California Hotel and Casino in Downtown Vegas; the Cannery Casino and Hotel in the North Las Vegas region; Casino Royale on the Strip, which sadly is not the one featured in the Bond films and book of the same name; and Circus Circus on the Strip, which is just one of a huge chain of very entertaining venues which take on the circus theme to the maximum with a big top and lots of performers wandering around.
We continue our Las Vegas casinos list with the Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas, which is on the Strip and is one of the newer venues there, having only opened on the 15th of December 2010; Echelon Place, which used to be known as the Stardust and is set to reopen very soon (make sure that you check ahead for details of whether it will be open when you want to visit); El Cortez in the Downtown area; Ellis Island Casino & Brewery on the Strip; Encore, which is also on the Strip and is attached to the Wynn Las Vegas property as a sister hotel and casino on a smaller scale; Excalibur on the Strip, which is modelled after a fairy tale castle like the one from the King Arthur legend and has a medieval theme throughout; Fiesta Rancho in the North Las Vegas part of the city; the Flamingo on the Strip, which is the oldest remaining property there – though all of the original buildings have been replaced over time – with a theme that is based around exotic birds and includes a wildlife habitat for rare and endangered species in the grounds of the casino; Fontainebleau Resort on the Strip, which has formerly been known as El Rancho and Algiers; Four Queens in the Downtown area; Fremont Hotel and Casino, on Fremont Street, also in the Downtown part of Las Vegas; Gold Coast on the Strip; Gold Spike, which is located Downtown; Golden Gate Casino, also Downtown; Golden Nugget Las Vegas, part of a nationwide chain and also located in the Downtown area; the Hard Rock Hotel and Casino, which carries on the theme of this major brand by decorating the entire place with rock memorabilia and which is on the Strip; and Harrah’s Las Vegas on the Strip, which is another brand you may well have come across elsewhere in the US.
There is still yet more to come in the Las Vegas casinos list, with Hooters Casino Hotel on the Strip in which you can find a classic Hooters plus a casino themed in the same way; Imperial Palace on the Strip, with an Asian theme and an imposing look; Jerry’s Nugget in North Las Vegas; Le Bayou, which is Downtown; Lady Luck Hotel and Casino, also Downtown; Las Vegas Club, another Downtown property; Las Vegas Hotel and Casino on the Strip, which is often abbreviated to LVH and was formerly the Las Vegas Hilton; Luxor on the Strip, which is shaped like a pyramid and has a laser show so powerful it can be seen from space; Main Street Station Hotel, to be found Downtown; Mandalay Bay on the Strip, an upmarket and luxury choice; Mermaids Casino, Downtown; the MGM Grand on the Strip, which can be identified by the huge lion statue sitting outside it; Monte Carlo on the Strip; New York-New York, which provides a scale replica of many New York landmarks, also on the Strip; and Opera House in North Las Vegas.
We still have so many names left for our Las Vegas casinos list that we can barely provide details for them all: still to be discussed are O’Shea’s, Paris Las Vegas, Planet Hollywood Resort and Casino, Plaza Hotel & Casino; Poker Palace; Rio; Riviera Hotel and Casino; Santa Fe Station; Silver Nugget; Slots-A-Fun Casino; South Point; Speedway Casino; Stratosphere; Terrible’s Hotel and Casino; Texas Station; The Mirage; The Palazzo; Palms Casino Resort; The D; The Venetian; The Western; Treasure Island; Tropicana; Tuscany Hotel and Casino; Westin Causarina Las Vegas Hotel, Casino & Spa; and the Wynn Las Vegas.