Located a block from the Vegas Strip, this Hooters casino has slots, video-poker machines, and table games, including $1 blackjack tables
Hooters Casino Hotel
Hooters brings its iconic restaurant brand to Las Vegas with the Hooters Casino Hotel. Settle into the hotel’s 30,000-square-foot casino, about a block from the Strip, and dig into the restaurant’s popular chicken wings and cocktails served up by Hooters Girls. Additional dining options include The Underground Lounge, Southside Eatery, The Porch, and the world’s largest Steak ‘n Shake. The casino is outfitted with blackjack, craps, and roulette tables, the William Hill Sports Book and kiosk, as well as gaming machines.
- Refurbished rooms include all necessary comforts, including flat-screen TVs, beds with soft Serta mattresses, and WiFi.
- Classic restaurant: The Hooters eatery serves up quintessential American bar fare.
- World’s largest Steak ‘n Shake: The iconic diner which features a full bar with gaming stations serves up its signature steakburgers, specialty milkshakes, and breakfasts.
- Grab a drink and listen to live music at the Underground Lounge which is conveniently located next to William Hill Sports Book.
- Take a dip in the newly renovated outdoor pool by The Porch, where you can also find beer pong, foosball, corn hole, and other games.
- Nightly Entertainment: The Night Owl Showroom features entertainment by Master Impressionist Gordie Brown, Motown Extreme, and Hilarious 7.
The Las Vegas Strip: 24/7 Entertainment and Fine Dining
With an almost unlimited variety of casinos, bars and nightclubs, and live entertainment, the general consensus along the Las Vegas Strip seems to be “go big or go home.” And you can go really big here. Make a beeline for the dozens of 24-hour casinos lining the neon-lit Strip to tango with Lady Luck in high-stakes games of roulette, blackjack, and poker; or grab a front-row seat to the city’s over-the-top glitz at nightly magic, acrobatic, and musical performances. Be sure to stick around for mealtimes—casinos on the Strip are known for their fine-dining restaurants and extravagant buffets overflowing with crab legs and prime rib.
Even Sin City isn’t all casinos, all the time. Go shopping at the high-end boutiques found inside most hotels on the Las Vegas Strip, or head to Fashion Show Las Vegas to browse racks at Neiman Marcus, Macy’s, and Saks Fifth Avenue. You can also virtually travel the globe in just a few city blocks, thanks to the Strip’s re-creation of the Statue of Liberty, the Eiffel Tower, and Venetian canals. And you’ll find a surprising number of activities in Las Vegas for kids hidden amid the raucous nightlife.