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  • 41
    The Quad Resort & Casino

    The Quad Resort & Casino

    Hotel Class:
    3
    19 reviews

    So I figure that if Rockhouse was good.. then IP must be better... Ok, maybe better was too strong a word. But it was definitely something interesting after stumbling through Rockhouse. Again not quite the best place on the strip... yeah, on the STRIP. Go figure. Yes, I don't think I would stay here with the tackier than normal tacky ...

  • 42
    Palms Place Hotel Spa

    Palms Place Hotel Spa

    Hotel Class:
    4.5
    7 reviews

    Part of The Palms this boutique hotel within The Palms is very welcoming. Exclusive without being pretentious or snobby. The pool was much less wild than the main pool at the Palms (I mean that as a good thing. A great place to stay if you want the unbridled wildness of The Palms, but also at some point want to ...

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  • 43
    Casino Royale Hotel and Casino

    Casino Royale Hotel and Casino

    3.5
    12 reviews

    This is the best place to swing by and pick up four $1 beers at a time. That's right. I said $1 beers. No strings attached. Drink each one as you play $5 craps at any one of their tables (it really does exist).

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  • 44
    Silverton Hotel and Casino

    Silverton Hotel and Casino

    Hotel Class:
    4.5
    8 reviews

    Located South of the Las Vegas Strip, the Silverton is a great property. It has undergone several renovations and the latest iteration looks fantastic. Very woodsy, but a bit modern at the same time. A great variety of restaurants to choose from One of the great features of the casino is a huge fish tank with Sting Rays as well ...

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  • 45
    Hooters Casino Hotel

    Hooters Casino Hotel

    Hotel Class:
    3.5
    10 reviews

    Very cheap compared to a lot of the hotels. Only 1 block away from the strip. $3 blackjack tables all the time for budget fun while they still give you cocktails. That tables is always packed. Room was "you get what you pay for."

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  • 46
    Las Vegas Hilton

    Las Vegas Hilton

    Hotel Class:
    3.5
    12 reviews

    Ok James Bond fans, here it is The Whyte House from Diamonds are Forever! This is the hotel used for the exterior shots. When the film was shot it was owned by Howard Hughes (a personal friend of film producer Cubby Broccoli) and it was called The International. Check it out, just don't go climbing around the penthouse. Also if ...

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  • 47
    Golden Gate Hotel & Casino

    Golden Gate Hotel & Casino

    Hotel Class:
    4
    9 reviews

    Located on Fremont Street in Downtown Las Vegas. This place is a classic with a capital C and a capital LASSIC. The oldest standing hotel casino in Nevada. This is great piece of Las Vegas history, they have recently added bikini clad dancing bartenders at the outdoor bar (that’s for those of you who don’t like history). All in all ...

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  • 48
    Platinum Hotel and Spa

    Platinum Hotel and Spa

    Hotel Class:
    4
    8 reviews

    A group of us picked up a deal on travel zoo and booked 4 rooms here for a long weekend in June. About 1/2 mile from Caesars, and 2 mins from $3 craps at Ellis island this was a perfect base of operations for our excursions. The rooms are all suites. Some with washer/driers some without. Each of the rooms ...

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  • 49
    Riviera Hotel & Casino

    Riviera Hotel & Casino

    Hotel Class:
    3.5
    11 reviews

    Ok James Bond fans. This is the hotel that was used for the interior shots of the Whyte House in Diamonds Are Forever. Unfortunately it has been redone so many times that it is almost unrecognizable. But try your hand at the craps table anyway, maybe Plenty O’Toole will give you a hand. Also if you follow me (Jay Amernick) ...

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  • 50
    Fremont Hotel and Casino

    Fremont Hotel and Casino

    Hotel Class:
    4
    8 reviews

    Sam Boyd had brought this property which was call the mint. This hotel is located in the downtown area. This hotel is one of the launching points for Freemont Experience.

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  • 51
    Rumor Boutique Hotel

    Rumor Boutique Hotel

    Hotel Class:
    4
    7 reviews

    On my recent visit to Rumor Boutique Hotel I was definitely wowed by the decor and the hospitality. As soon as I entered the property I was greeted by two women standing behind the front desk. As I came through the front doors and took in the ambiance I felt like I was at a hotel located down in Miami. ...

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  • 52
    Hilton Grand Vacations Las Vegas Convention Center

    Hilton Grand Vacations Las Vegas Convention Center

    4
    6 reviews

    This was perfect for my needs this trip. $119 1bdr suite w/full kitchen and free wifi, large jacuzzi tub in the bedroom, and built-in stacked washer and dryer. I saved a lot of money just going to Von's and cooking in the full kitchen several days, leaving more money for things like entertainment and gambling. Plus, I didn't have to ...

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  • 53
    El Cortez Hotel & Casino

    El Cortez Hotel & Casino

    Hotel Class:
    4
    7 reviews

    First please allow me to qualify the five star rating. Did I give the El Cortez five stars because it is a world-class property with all mod cons? Not a chance but it is as old school Las Vegas as one can get, I mean two for one martinis at any casino bar from 5 to 7 PM every day. ...

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  • 54
    Renaissance Las Vegas Hotel

    Renaissance Las Vegas Hotel

    Hotel Class:
    4.5
    5 reviews

    The staff were exceptionally courteous and helpful. Check in was quick and easy. The room looked nicer in person than in pictures I saw online. It was very clean, nice and modern decor, and the bathroom had a shower and bath tub. I ordered room service my first night and the food came quickly and was nice and hot. I ...

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  • 55
    Marriott's Grand Chateau

    Marriott's Grand Chateau

    4
    5 reviews

    I love the Chateau! Not only because I loved working here with great people, but because it offers a great product if you are looking for a limited service hotel in the heart of the strip that won't break your bank. Hotel rates may tend to be a little lower because it is a limited service hotel. There is no ...

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  • 56
    Bill's Gamblin' Hall & Saloon -- TEMPORARILY CLOSED

    Bill's Gamblin' Hall & Saloon -- TEMPORARILY CLOSED

    Hotel Class:
    3.5
    9 reviews

    No frills or pretense here. Just a casino, diner, and a bar bar. Refreshing among all the glitz.

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  • 57
    Skylofts at MGM Grand

    Skylofts at MGM Grand

    Hotel Class:
    5
    4 reviews

    Spectacular!! These are 3 story Penthouses that are usually reserved for high rollers. Starting at around $5000.00 a night they are great if you are able to splurge... A great option if you want to throw an upscale party to impress.

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  • 58
    Alexis Park All Suite Resort

    Alexis Park All Suite Resort

    Hotel Class:
    3.5
    6 reviews

    Talk about a hidden Las Vegas diamond in the rough hidden gem or any other phrase you want to use. I loved staying at this place. It is within walking distance of the strip, across from the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino, close to shopping, dining, and gambling, for pennies on the dollar for those that don't get comped for ...

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  • 59
    Four Queens Hotel and Casino

    Four Queens Hotel and Casino

    Hotel Class:
    3.5
    7 reviews

    This is one of the original hotels downtown that has not change much over the years. A lot of their slots still have the one arm that can pull. This is place is also accessible for person with disabilities. This hotel is one of the launching points for Freemont Experience.

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  • 60
    Main Street Station Hotel & Casino

    Main Street Station Hotel & Casino

    Hotel Class:
    4
    5 reviews

    Just off Freemont Street in Downtown Las Vegas sits the Main Street Station. I recommend wondering off the Freemont Street Experience and checking this place out. It is clean and bright, I know highly unusual for Downtown Las Vegas, but there you have it. They have their own brew-pub, worth checking out. Plus free parking, you pay $3.00 and redeem ...

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