Monte Carlo Resort & Casino

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3770 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas, NV | Directions   89109

36.104189 -115.173217

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Lodging Special Features: Romantic

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Neighborhoods: Paradise

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Monte Carlo Resort & Casino
Monte Carlo Resort & Casino
Monte Carlo Resort & Casino
Monte Carlo Resort & Casino

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The Monte Carlo features the elegance of a European playground combined with the excitement of Las Vegas. Our crystal chandeliers, imported marble and sculptured fountains rival the most magnificent destination resorts in the world.

The Monte Carlo's deluxe rooms and elegantly appointed suites are designed to make your visit comfortable and relaxing. Rich wood furnishings and vintage decor, along with marble entries and baths, make our rooms stylish yet functional.

Las Vegas is known as the city for gambling and the Monte Carlo's casino is part of the reason why. Slots, blackjack, high-limit gaming areas, baccarat, roulette, video poker, and a race and sports betting area are offered.


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Reviews for Monte Carlo Resort & Casino

Recommends
4.0
over a year ago

Nice Hotel – On my first trip to Vegas, I had great conversation with the Reservation agent that checked us in. On the other hand, when I went to speak with someone at the counter, another rep was extremely rude. I was standing in line and when it was my turn, the rep said "next in line". When I went up, he said no, not you and pointed to another guy who was standing on the side. I said, " excuse me sir, I was here first, and the moron said, "he only needs a key", and I said so do I. Nonetheless, he still persued in assisting the other guy. I spoke with Management and was offered a free meal in one of their restaurants. I did not care for that, what's fair is fair, and that jerk should have been fired. Must of been gay.

Recommends
4.0
over a year ago

Affordable Elegance – Monte Carlo is my choice among mid-priced strip hotels.The guest rooms are nice although the bathrooms are a bit small. The restaurants include Andres, one of the best French restaurants in the city.The casino is easy to get aroud and never seems crowded,even when the hotel is full. The pool area incudes a wave pool and lazy river.Good value

Doesn't Recommend
2.0
over a year ago

Not as hyped as i thought it would be – I just came back from las vegas this valentine's weekend. I paid about 3-4 hundred on a hotel that was nice in the lobby but even the hallways to the regular deluxe rooms looked average i could have got another hotel for one hundred a night and it would have had CABLE which monte carlo didnt have, the sheets were not smelling fresh, and of course i notice everything about the rooms being neat and when we finally checked in (dont bother checking in early it didnt work for me) sheets were half assed! Sorry i will never stay at monte carlo again.

Recommends
4.0
over a year ago

Great location, good service and value – We had a great experience at the Monte Carolo recently. We arrived early in the day (around noon) and to our surpise our room was ready. Nice size bedroom and bath. The room was very clean. We had breakfast in their cafe each day. It was great - homemade cornbeef hash and eggs benedict. The hotel is in a great location right on the strip. We will stay there again on our next visit to Vegas.

Doesn't Recommend
1.0
over a year ago

Pepare to bitten at the bedbug hotel – My husband planned a weekend getaway to Vegas for my birthday. He chose the Monte Carlo because it was one of the better priced rooms and was located on the strip. We arrived at the hotel to be greeted by an hour long wait to check in. After finally checking in we opened the door to our room to find a smelly small room with paper thin walls. After unpacking we headed down to the casino, after losing tons of money and not getting any free cocktails we decided to go to Diablos to eat. It was not anything like the brochure in our room had us picturing it. The food was very good but extremely over priced especially on the alcohal at 6 draft beers for $50. Our first night in our room, the walls were so thin you could hear everything. The bed was realativly comfortable except I awoke itching several times through the night. I thought I was allergic to the laundry soap they had used to wash the sheets. After arriving home we discovered small insects in our suitcase. After having a exterminator examine them we discovered they were bedbugs. $700 more dollars to the exterminator to inspect and spray to help ( i say help because they don't guarentee) make sure they didn't breed and infest our house. I called the hotel to report this and was transferred from person to person until finally being told that a manager was unavailable and he would call me back. It's been 2 days and guess what. Yep no call. Inspect your bed before you sleep or you may awake to insects crawling and biting. Wouldn't recommend this to anyone pay the extra money to stay in a clean hotel.

Doesn't Recommend
1.0
over a year ago

Lance Burton is a joke! – Please do not waste your time and go see this clown...levitating scantily clad women and cheesy smoke machines is absolutely ridiculous .When a magician uses an 89 corvette is his show its a sign..do yourself a favor and go sit by the pool!!!

Recommends
4.0
over a year ago

nice and friendly poker room – I did not stay at this hotel, I actually stayed next door at the New York New York. But I did play at the casino in Monte Carlo, more specifically the poker room. I found the environment of the poker room to be very friendly and not pretentious in the slightest, both the players and the casino staff. The poker room "host" (the guy running the room) was very nice in explaining the different games they had going on. They probably have other games, but I played in a $50 no limit texas holdem tournament, which they run with only 8 to 10 people, so the game doesn't last forever. They also have a $1/$2 no limit texas holdem game for buyin of $100 min and $200 max, where you can join and leave the game at any time. The waitress did a good job of keeping our drinks coming, although there was one lull where she noticeably disappeared for a while. All in all, this was a friendly, non-intimidating, unpretentious environment.

This is in contrast to the poker room at either Bellagio or Caesar's, I wish I could remember which one it was. But at that poker room, the poker host was very pretentious. We had asked him what kind of games they had running, buy in amounts, blind levels, etc., and his response back to us was filled with attitude and pretentiousness. And very cryptic. He definitely had an attitude. And seeing as how we don't play poker in Vegas EVERY SINGLE DAY we weren't quite sure of what was going on, hence, our questions. We do play in quite a few home cash games so it's not like we don't know how to play the game. We just didn't know what the different games were in that particular casino. Snobs. But anyways, I guess what I was getting at was that the poker room at Monte Carlo was very unpretentious and very welcoming, in contrast.

Recommends
3.0
over a year ago

Eh... – Desperately needing some updating. The service was not very good for the most part and there wasn't a great deal to do there. Everything closed surprisingly early. One bartender explained to me it was just too slow in the middle of the week. Wonder why...

Recommends
over a year ago

A romantic European rendez-vous re-created right in the heart of Las Vegas. – In Short
This property's design was inspired by antiquated elegance of the French Riviera with fountains, palm trees and statuary at its arched entryway. With faux turn-of-the-20th-century architecture, this attractive (and attractively priced) mega-resort features a 21,000-square-foot outdoor recreation area with swimming, children's, wave and river-drift pools. Spa Suites house separate wet saunas and full-size spa tubs. There's an arcade, golf concierge, wedding chapel, rejuvenating spa and Reebok exercise facility. Dining options include Andre's classical French cuisine.

Recommends
5.0
over a year ago

Love this place – this is a fantastic hotel. not as austere as everywhere else, but it feels comfortable, kinda like home (if your home is a huge casino). staff is friendly, slots seem looser here than elsewhere on the strip.

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