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Las Vegas Casinos List To Find A Great Place To Stay In Las Vegas

Updated on November 3, 2012

Looking For A Las Vegas Casinos List?

If you are going to Las Vegas and are looking for a Las Vegas Casinos list you are in the right place. There is a lot of things to see and do in Vegas. Each time I go to Las Vegas I rent a car while we are there and we gamble or see the sights at many of the Las Vegas Casinos. I don't go to every casino every trip but each time I go I visit many of them.

While my preference is to stay in downtown Las Vegas at one of the smaller casino hotels, I do make a lot of sidetrips to other areas such as the Las Vegas Strip, North Las Vegas, Boulder Highway or other casinos just off the Strip. When we go to Las Vegas we like to test our luck in the various casinos and try new restaurants. You will find if you visit other casinos that there is a variety of new restaurants to eat at, exciting attractions to see and gambling to win.

Las Vegas Casinos List
Las Vegas Casinos List

Downtown Las Vegas Casinos List

Downtown Las Vegas or old Vegas is located just north of the Strip. It is a small compact area where most of the casinos area easily accessible. The gambling has low minimums and the dealers are friendly and you can get really great deals on rooms. The Fremont street experience is located here which is a laser light show that is overhead and is synchronized to music. Each show has a different theme.

Here are list of the main casinos located in downtown Las Vegas:

  • Golden Nugget
  • Four Queens
  • Fremont
  • Binions Horseshoe
  • The Plaza
  • The D
  • Main Street Station
  • Las Vegas Club
  • California

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The Strip Las Vegas Casinos List

The main strip in Las Vegas runs along Las Vegas Boulevard. It is lined with mega sized new casinos along with casinos that have been around for years. Some people like the hub and activity of the big resorts and others don't. It really is a personal preference as to the type of atmosphere like when you visit Vegas. One things for sure there is plenty to see and do on the Strip so you will want to visit it.

Here is a list of the main casinos on the Las Vegas Strip:

  • Aria
  • Bally's
  • Bellagio
  • Caesar's Palace
  • Circus Circus
  • Cosmopolitan
  • Excaliber
  • Flamingo
  • Harrah's
  • Imperial Palace
  • Luxor
  • Mandalay Bay
  • MGM Grand
  • Mirage
  • Monte Carlo
  • New York New York
  • Palazzo
  • Paris
  • Planet Hollywood
  • Riviera
  • Sahara
  • Stratosphere
  • Treasure Island
  • Tropicana
  • Venetian
  • Wynn

Boulder Highway Area - Las Vegas Casinos List

Boulder Highway is an area east of the Las Vegas strip. There are a few hotels that some of the locals like to gamble at but most tourists don't visit.

  • Arizona Charlie's Boulder
  • Boulder Station
  • Sam's Town

North Las Vegas Casinos List

North Las Vegas is just what it sounds like. It is an area north of the downtown Las Vegas area. Here is a list of the best casinos in the north Las Vegas area:

  • Aliante Station
  • Fiesta Rancho
  • Santa Fe Station
  • Texas Station

Las Vegas Casinos Off The Strip

There are some great casinos located just oft the strip that are very popular with visitors to Vegas. Here is a list of the best ones off the Strip

  • Gold Coast
  • Hard Rock
  • Hooters
  • Las Vegas Hilton
  • Orleans
  • Palace Station
  • The Palms
  • The Rio

There are many casinos off the Strip that both visitors and the locals like to visit. You will see them all over if you tour around the Las Vegas area.

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      slot bonus 

      8 years ago

      I stayed at the Four Queens in downtown Las Vegas when I went there the last time. The rate was very cheap. I even requested a room facing Fremont street so I could look out over the 'Fremont Experience' from right outside my window. It was great.

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      Access Vegas 

      8 years ago

      I 100% agree that downtown is the place to gamble for everybody. Friendlier dealers, looser machines. Also perfect place to stay if you have (or rent) a car.

      For those who have not checked it out, think of downtown Las Vegas (Fremont Street Experience) as a open-air "casino shopping mall" because you have one (or more) casino to a block, ,most all next to each other or across the street from each other. You can wander from one to the next without wearing out your shoes (and you are allowed to carry your drink along).

      Great post!

      Ted Newkirk

      Managing Editor

      http://www.las-vegas-news-reviews.com

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