AAA Four Diamond–Rated Resort with Casino and IMAX Theater and Spa
At Aliante Casino + Hotel, it’s possible to court Lady Luck at the 24-hour casino, watch a giant-size IMAX movie, and catch a live concert—all in the same night. The AAA Four Diamond, multimillion-dollar casino hotel would fit right in on the Las Vegas Strip, but instead it’s tucked away in a tranquil neighborhood of North Las Vegas. Recreational parks and picturesque trails provide a refreshing dose of peace and quiet in a city where peace and quiet are otherwise in short supply. And the resort is only about a half-hour drive from Sin City’s raucous casinos and nightclubs.
The hotel’s exterior is sleek and modern, with reflective glass panes that sparkle in the Nevada sunshine. Up in the guest rooms, a contemporary design scheme incorporates mocha accents and floor-to-ceiling windows. There are flat-screen plasma TVs for in-room entertainment.
In the casino, you can take your chances at thousands of slot machines. Saddle up to the bingo room or head to the onsite Race & Sports Book. To refuel, you can visit one of the many onsite dining options. MRKT Sea & Land complements premium steaks, lobsters, and nightly entertainment with selections from an epic wine room. Bottles serve a more decorative purpose at The Salted Lime, the hotel’s upscale Mexican restaurant, where a handcrafted chandelier made from more than 2,000 tequila bottles hangs overhead. You can also rest at Re:lax, the new full-service spa providing body treatments, facials, and nail services.
North Las Vegas: Desert Retreat near Sin City
Roughly a half-hour drive from Sin City, North Las Vegas sits in the Mohave Desert, bordered on the north by the Las Vegas Mountain Range. The Aliante Golf Club lies just across the street from the hotel. At the Valley of Fire State Park (about an hour away) kids can roll up their sleeves at the Dino Dig sandbox to unearth replicas of dinosaur fossils.
The stage shows, casinos, and clubs of the Vegas Strip, meanwhile, are only about 9 miles away. Head into downtown Vegas to see vintage neon signs touting casinos from the 1950s along Fremont Street—once the center of Sin City’s nightlife. In the evening, the casinos go dim as 12.5 million lights illuminate an outdoor canopy for a free light-and-sound show.