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Top 10 Casinos to Visit in Las Vegas

Las Vegas, a gambling hot spot and a city with the most buzzing nightlife, is just the right place to sin hard. Been there or not, you always would want to visit again and again. Well, that’s the magic it casts

 

  1. Ceasars Palace

 

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Located on the West side of the Las Vegas strip, the Roman themed Caesars Palace is the Strip’s giant hotel-casino stunners. It has a replica of Colosseum. It offers lot of amazing facilities and entertainment featuring high end games. Table games like blackjack, craps and baccarat will test your lady luck. The resort offers a unique range of fashionable stores and huge sports book that is worth watching. This construction serves an entertainment venue, which can host upto 4000 people who can attend concerts of various performers like Celine Dion, Elton John and Mariah Carey.

 

2. The Cosmopolitan Casino

 

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Unlike many other casinos in the city, The Cosmopolitan Casino makes an urbane, design forward statement with seemingly unending corridors, numerous dining spots, spacious rooms, especially the Terrace suites filling your vision with sparkling city views. So it’s no surprise that the attention grabbing Cosmopolitan gets more check-ins on Foursquare than any other casino. Also, it enjoys a plum location in the centre of the densely packed three and a half mile long stretch of hotel casinos. Concerts by the likes of Stevie Wonder and the Red Hot Chilli Peppers are the tourists hotspots. Because The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas is a member of the Marriot family, members of the Marriot Rewards membership program can redeem points by staying here.

 

3. New York- New York

 

 

Bring together favorite New York attractions, and you get this condensed version, welcoming you with a 150-foot model of the Statue of Liberty. As the name suggests, it is remarkably influenced by the built up of the New York City like the Empire State Building and the Chrysler Building. Within the resort, particular gambling areas, lounges, restaurants, and meeting rooms are named after New York City landmarks. The draws are affordable room rates, entertainment like Cirque du Soleil’s Zumanity, the famous roller coaster “Manhattan Express” that whizzes through the “skyline” and dining at New York import Gallagher’s Steakhouse. If you get nostalgic and visit New York from there, the city has amazing cafes to check out.

 

4. The Mirage Hotel & Casino

 

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The Mirage, which redefined Las Vegas, is a fantastical mix of tropical greenery and Vegas glitz. It was built on the site formerly occupied by the Castaways and the Red Rooster Night Club. It turned out to be a big gamble for the prominent hotelier Steve Wynn, with its cascading waterfalls, rain forest roughage, luscious lagoons and giant “active” volcano spread across an unprecedented 102 acres. The Mirage is a host to spacious sophisticated rooms and some of the nicest swimming holes which will certainly make you swoon day and night in this sinful city.

 

5. Bellagio

 

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Inspired by an Italian town of the same name, Bellagio,famous for its elegance and style is located centrally on the Strip, off from the noise and hustle behind its celebrated fountains. A host to many tournaments of the World Poker Tour, it is a favourite home base for high rollers.A big highlight is the Fountain of Bellagio- a huge, moving fountain that is synchronized to music and situated out front of the hotel in an eight acreman made lake.

 

6. Mandalay Bay

 

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Mandalay Bay is a giant mega resort filled with an array of entertainment venues. Located at the south end of the strip, it is perfect for those seeking some solace in the sassy streets of the strip. This place has a little bit of everything. The resort houses a big shopping mall, called ‘Mandalay Place’, umpteen number of restaurants, high profile bars and lounges, an event centre, a sheer reef aquarium and a 4.5 hectare Mandalay beach. The favorite thing about this massive resort is its 11 acres huge wave pool and lots of Jacuzzis with bars and music. Also, its beautifully gold leafed windows makes it stick out and is an incredible sight for sure.

 

7. Hard Rock

 

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Located about 1.5 miles from the Strip in a less happening area on Paradise Road, Hard Rock’s appeal lies in all its grandeur, sass and the larger than life stay it offers. It is a fun franchise at heart, not just a luxury hotel. Hard Rock is home to Vegas’s craziest pool party, two live music-venues, eight chic restaurants, a gigantic casino and a 14000-square-foot nightclub, where wanna-be rock stars and real rock stars come to hip-hop and of course, gamble. Perhaps, because of such an extensive amenities list, a rather longer stay in Hard Rock will cost you a fortune.

 

8. MGM Grand

 

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Formerly the world’s largest hotel, the MGM GRAND towering over the Las Vegas Boulevard is known for its sheer size. The glowing green neon buildings are guarded by a golden bronze lion statue, a nod to the times when the casino was owned by a Hollywood movie studio company. Inside, it’s like a city unto itself as its hosts restaurants, bars, shops and entertainment galore and ample gambling space. Indeed, a gaming enthusiast’s ideal place for it serves everything under one roof, like thousands of slot games, video poker games, and table games like blackjack, Craps. The MGM Grand is also home to one of the most luxurious sport and race books in town, with state of the art facilities including 60 plasma screens and exclusive sky boxes.

 

9. Golden Nugget

 

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Located on the Fremont Street, The Golden Nugget originally built in 1946 is one of the oldest casinos in the city and the largest upscale hotel with ample choices for everyone in the sin city. The Strip-style accommodations, pool side cabanas, a shark filled pool gives a vintage vibe to the place and makes the hotel rich on comfort and fun in downtown Vegas. A casino with 1200 slot and video poker games and as much as up-to 50 table games including Caribbean Stud Poker, Keno and Megabucks makes it an ideal place to test your gambling intuition.

 

10. Venetian-Palazzo

 

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Embracing its name, Venetian offers all the romance and grandeur of its namesake and much more. From the splendid wall paintings to the famous gondoliers at the Grand Canal, the hotel focuses on every little detail to vibe with the same ambiance of an Italian city. Venetian also features a re-creation of the Piazza San Marco, a lively square full of street vendors, cafes, and carnival performers. An integrated resort that it is, each suite here features an Italian-marble bath and sunken living-room. If you want to experience an unparalleled fusion of Venice and Las Vegas, the Venetian just serves you right.

 

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