Luxurious hotel, located less than a mile from the Strip, has a 100,000 sq. ft. casino, themed restaurants, and live entertainment
Hotel at a Glance: Rio All-Suite Hotel and Casino
The first thing you might notice about the Rio All-Suite Hotel and Casino is its over-the-top themed decor. The 100,000-square-foot casino, for example, has the feel of a masquerade ball. You can dine in restaurants that range from the casual All-American Bar and Grille to the voodoo-themed VooDoo Steak that overlooks Las Vegas from the 50th floor.
- Have a feast in one of the onsite restaurants. Select options include $20 dining credit per stay, valid at Carnival World Buffet, El Burro Borracho, Sports Deli, All-American Bar & Grille, Voodoo Steak or Hash House
- See a show: Comedy Cellar, 172, Chippendales, Penn & Teller, or WOW are all currently performing.
- Signature drink: the Witch Doctor, a potent rum cocktail served at the open-air VooDoo Rooftop Nightclub
- Take a ride on the Rio ZipLine, which sends guests up to 800 feet in the air.
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. Head to LINQ Promenade for a shopping and dining experience, then ride atop the High Roller observation wheel. Thanks to the strip’s re-creation of the Eiffel Tower at Paris Las Vegas and the Roman Empire at Caesars Palace, you can virtually travel the globe in just a few city blocks. And you’ll find a surprising number of activities in Las Vegas for kids hidden amid the raucous nightlife.