Some gamers swear that New York, New York Hotel and Casino is the best casino Las Vegas gamers have ever visited and experienced. It is right in the center of all the action and located on 3790 Las Vegas Boulevard that forms part of the famous (or is that infamous) ‘Vegas Strip.'
The first thing you will notice when you visit this resort, is the phenomenally designed exterior. The awe-inspiring casino interior builds on the first impression and is a visual architectural masterpiece. The gaming facilities are top notch with more than two thousand video poker and slot machines, over forty blackjack tables, seven roulette wheels, eight craps tables and many other games that will tickle your fancy. Make sure to walk through the ‘streets' of New York, New York to discover all the interesting games as well as the beautifully designed buildings and tasty restaurants. Nothing has been spared when planning the realistic half sized version of the Statue of Liberty, and scaled-down models of many skyscrapers and the Empire State Building often amaze this casino and visitors. Hospitality is also on par in terms of attention to detail.
Others may argue that the Paris Las Vegas is the best casino Las Vegas has to offer. It is built on the south side of the Las Vegas Boulevard, and you will find it at number 3655. All gamers who want an experience as well as enjoying games should visit the Paris Las Vegas casino at least once. Think beautiful Parisian streets and buildings with careful attention to design details. Also, 3 parts of the hotel's 50-story ‘Eiffel Tower' replica extend into the gaming area.
Over 2000 video poker and slot machines and over hundred table games are interspersed on the Parisian streets. Paris Las Vegas also features an exclusive high-limit area for serious professionals or high rollers. The resort has a plush race and sports book lounge for athletic wagers. When you feel like a break, take a ride to the top of the Eiffel Tower and enjoy the extraordinary view of the Vegas Strip, or make a point of seeing the "Notre Dame de Paris" musical spectacular.
Seasoned gamblers often call The Rio the Best Casino Las Vegas, and recommend that all gamers should visit it at least once. It’s located on 3700 Flamingo road, which is west of the ‘Strip.'
Visitors can expect the hotel and casino to have a bright and festive atmosphere that's in line with the resort's Rio Carnivale theme. Ranked high in service and hospitality, the Rio houses more than 2400 video poker and slot machines, sixty blackjack and thirteen craps tables, eleven roulette wheels, and plenty other games, including a large sports book and race betting lounge. The tables have affordable minimums, and maximum energy entertainment shows, such as the Masquerade Show in the Sky. This casino is jam-packed with good features and is worth the short trip off the Strip.