Travel >Rio All-Suite Hotel & Casino Las Vegas Hotels
3700 West Flamingo Road, Las Vegas, NV | Directions 8910336.118699 -115.186442
An all-suites standard for guests seeking extra elbow room. – The Scene
This hotel doesn't lack for creature comforts. Just check out the 2,563 spacious suites, sprawling 120,000-square-foot casino and the 18-hole championship Rio Secco Golf Club. The highlight is the lush, sandy Ipanema Beach at the edge of a tropical lagoon encircled by waterfalls, swimming pools and Jacuzzi-style spas.
Each suite has all the basic amenities plus spectacular views of Las Vegas. The Masquerade Show in the Sky is an aerial extravaganza modeled after Mardi Gras. Cocktail servers have been replaced by "BevErtainers," who sing or dance on casino mini-stages, then continue beverage service. Longstanding attractions include the Wine Cellar Tasting Room & Retail Shop, Carnival World Buffet, the Chippendales show and "Tony 'n' Tina's Wedding." The 110,000-square-foot Rio Pavilion features built-in registration, specialty kitchens, full theatrical staging and an adjoining business center.
Las Vegas' BEST – Whether it's just the two of us or the entire family, we always feel comfortable at RIO. The VOODOO Lounge is a must for adults and the Carnival Area is a must for ALL. GOOD FOOD; GOOD GAMING; GREAT ROOMS; FANTASTIC SERVICE. The Rio has it ALL. And it VERY AFORDABLE..
Loved the Rio – My sister and I stayed at the Rio last week and it was wonderful. The staff was very friendly, the rooms were large. I wouldn't call it a suite, but it was still larger that others for the same price. The bathroom was huge which was great for two girls getting ready to go out. They have a free shuttle to take you to Bally's or Ceasars, which makes staying off the strip okay. The only complaint I have was that the ATM's were out of money, my transaction was approved but I had to go the the cage for my money the the attendant was a rude smarty pants!
Rio-ok stay! – The Rio had nice rooms and size. The food and the selection of hotels are great-the mexican restaurant is not all that good. The buffet was excellent, sushi was fresh and the meals well prepared. Ate at the All American Cafe as an everyday inexpensive meal and the service and food was great!!! The hotel is not as nice as the Caesar's or Venetian but if you want a nice place to stay and have fun you can stay there...
The check in and check out were a horrible experience. You have to schedule to use the airport shuttle and they don't tell you about that during reservation time. The room you book on early reservations are not the same as when you check in. Big Problems with Checkin-make sure you check in early in the day-don't wait till check in late in the day-you then get whatever they have
spacious rooms (suites, actually) at a more affordable price make this a pleasurable experience. Not quite the luxury of some hotels, but comfortable. Long distance to the elevator in the far tower. Hotel is not on the strip and requires a car to get around.
Love the Rio – I love staying here. The rooms are huge. You can typically find a great rate if you come during the week. The windows facing the mountains, downtown or the Strip are floor to ceiling. Since it's off the Strip, there's not as much foot traffic and getting here is easier. They do offer a shuttle between here and Harrah's so you don't have to drive. Check out the seafood buffett downstairs. Kinda pricey but well worth it. The pool here is nice as well.
Real cool casino – This Casino has a great show where boats of people come parading out of the ceiling! O.k you might be reading that last line and be like what is this guy talking about?! But stage performers come out of the ceiling and parade around on floats. They sing beautiful songs and really get the crowd into it. When theyre at the climax they throw beautiful beads at the casino go'ers. I caught 2 strings of beads and gave them to a very special lady. This is a very romantic hotel and was the highlight of all the casinos that I visited in Vegas. Its not on the strip. But dont fret. You'll still have a gay ole time!
Great room, average casino – Our huge room in the older Ipanema tower didn't have much of a view (not facing the strip), but it was clean and large (couch, big TV, two fridges). Definitely a great value for the money. The service was good though a bit impersonal at this huge hotel. The casino floor is a bit confusing and poorly designed. The off-strip (just over the 15 freeway) location can be inconvenient for gamblers looking to travel to other casinos for fun, but the free valet parking is awesome for guests who bring a car. The pools, like many in Vegas, were large, crowded and do not include enough cabanas and shaded deck space.
Great place to stay – Many places in Vegas have good show, good and gaming. However the Rio has Wonderful staff and a the Jazz bar on top is a great way to get away from the high tempo of Vegas while enjoying the view.
Hot Spot – We have been going to Vegas for the past 5 years and always stay at the Rio. I can't image staying any place else, well maybe the Belligio. But the Rio is the best for your money. All suites. No small run of the house room.
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