Five amazing must visit casinos in Las Vegas
I was never really into gambling but I did visit Las Vegas for 10 days. Yeah, pretty long you might say. But there are so many interesting things to do in Vegas that in the end I had a blast. Of course, one of the things was visiting a bunch of casinos in Las Vegas.
Since you cannot reasonably hope to play casino games at all of the amazing casinos that Las Vegas has to offer, these are five that you should consider concentrating on while you are visiting Sin City.
The Paris Las Vegas
Hard though it may be for many dedicated casino fans to understand, not everyone shares their passion for the slots and table games, and this themed casino could be an ideal place to take your long-suffering partner. Alongside the great casino games, you get a remarkable recreation of many of the iconic sights and sounds of one of the world’s most beautiful cities, to please casino sceptics. The Paris hotel was probably my favorite one out of all the casinos in Las Vegas because of the French decorations, bottom legs of the Eiffel tower and blue sky ceiling above you as if you were outside under the real skies.
The Rio All Suite Hotel and Casino
For more extrovert non-casino fans, the Rio – themed after the annual carnival in that city – will be a popular choice. Here the casino gaming is played out against a colourful Brazilian décor and within a friendly social atmosphere, while the restaurants at the hotel feature some truly outstanding and adventurous cuisine.
This hotel/casino complex offers plenty alongside the casino itself to delight anyone travelling with you who does not enjoy gambling. Attractions include the Spa Tower and the Fountains of Bellagio while – for you – the casino is so huge that there is a whole floor just for the ever-popular slot machine games.
The MGM Grand
Another luxury hotel/casino with plenty to delight both fans and non-fans of casino, with the latter catered for by the live concerts and sports events held in the Garden Arena, along with the many swimming pools, fountains and rivers to be found within the complex. Both The Bellagio and the MGM casinos offer free wifi so you can even reply to your emails or just provoke your friends posting photos from the casinos on facebook. That’s exactly what I did :)
The Wynn Las Vegas
Of course not everyone will be visiting the casinos of Vegas with a non-gaming partner, and for those people the Wynn Las Vegas is a must. It has carved out a reputation as one of the best pure casino gaming experiences to be found in Vegas, making it perfect for those who want to spend as much time at the tables as possible. The Wynn is also completely different to any other hotel/casino in Vegas as its owner, a business magnate Steve Wynn, loves to make things unique. You will find a walk decorated with flowers and trees in the hotel, beautiful chandeliers, or even flowery carpets.