1. Bally's Hotel & Casino3645 Las Vegas Blvd S, Las Vegas
2. Luxor Hotel & Casino3900 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las vegas
3. Stratosphere Casino, Hotel & Tower2000 Las Vegas Blvd S, Las Vegas
4. Riviera Hotel & Casino2901 Las Vegas Blvd S, Las Vegas
5. Flamingo Las Vegas Hotel & Casino3555 Las Vegas Blvd S, Las Vegas
6. Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino3667 Las Vegas Blvd S, Las Vegas
7. Rio All-Suites Hotel & Casino3700 W Flamingo Rd, Las Vegas
8. New York-New York Hotel & Casino3790 Las Vegas Blvd S, Las Vegas
Likely the most centrally located venue in Las Vegas, Bally's is a historic landmark in the Strip's hotel and casino scene. With a state-of-the-art spa, heated pools, tennis courts, and luxury rooms renovated to refined standards after a headlines-making fire in 1980, the resort now stands as one of the most opulent, and frequented, on the Strip.
The Luxor offers some of the finest accommodations on The Strip and a rotating array of diverse performance options, plus killer bars and restos like Tacos & Tequila and Rice & Company.
The iconic Vegas hotel has a 1149ft-tall Tower, casino, live events, and, of course, a 64ft-tall roller coaster on the roof -- just in case all the other standard Vegas entertainment isn't enough for you to get your thrills.
The Riviera by the numbers: 2,000 hotel rooms, 100,000sqft of casino space, four crazy-good eats options, and the longest running burlesque show, Crazy Girls, in Vegas.
One of the most famous hotels and casinos on The Strip, the Flamingo boasts superior amenities, restaurants that range from steak to sushi, and a rotating slew of performers in residence.
With trademark Hollywood memorabilia in every room and bites like upscale Japanese and casual dining brought to you by Gordon Ramsey, Planet Hollywood delivers on a celebrity lifestyle. Just ask the lingerie-clad black jack dealers and go-go dancers you'll find on the casino floor.
Just a block off the main drag, Rio is one of the better resorts for those traveling in larger groups. The Brazilian-themed hotel's signature "chic suites" sleep six people and features various amenities, live entertainment (Penn and Teller are on retainer, along with the Chippendales), a pool area with an actual white sand beach, and a 490ft high zip-line that connects the hotel's two towers.
Get a small taste of the Big City at this hotel and casino, made to mini-version of New York City. It's not likely that friends back home will be able to tell the difference when they see you in front of a mini-Statue of Liberty which had even the US Post Office fooled and mistakenly showed up on the Forever Statue of Liberty Stamp, nor will you care when you're going from shop to shop in a Greenwich Village-like plaza, or after a neck-breaking trip on The Roller Coaster.