The gambling dens and casinos sandwiched between high-end restaurants and glittering entertainment centers on either side of ‘The Strip’ boulevard runs like a who’s who list-Caesar’s Palace, The Venetian, Mandalay Bay Resort & Casino, and MGM Grand Hotel & Casino. No wonder, Las Vegas is known as the ‘gambling capital of the world’. You could be a seasoned gambler or punter travelling to Vegas to try your luck by engaging in a game of Baccarat, Russian Roulette, Bingo or Texas Holdem Poker or simply wish to soak in the sights and sounds of a casino. Your Las Vegas trip is incomplete if you don’t visit the following casinos.
The Venetian’s gambling zone sprawls across an area exceeding 1, 25, 000 sq feet with designated premises for casino games including Pai Gow Poker, craps, big six wheel, blackjack, and baccarat. If betting on games is not your forte, you can position yourself on any of the over 2,400 slot machines or saunter into ‘The Palazzo’ for a poolside game. However, don’t forget to spend some time inside the Lagasse Stadium-the premium sporting arena in Las Vegas.
Mandalay Bay Resort & Casino
Mandalay Bay Resort & Casino offers you more than 1, 35, 000 sq feet of real estate for staking. Try your hand in a game of Omaha High, Crazy Pineapple, craps, baccarat or blackjack at a table or make the cash register ring by playing a video poker or slot game on the screen of a slot machine.
Aria Resort & Casino
With a footprint exceeding 1, 50, 000 sq feet, the casino at The Aria makes it really difficult to choose from 145 table games. Take your time making up your mind while getting riveted in a slot machine game.
MGM Grand Hotel & Casino
The MGM Grand Hotel’s casino with over 1, 70, 000 sq feet real estate is the Holy Grail for acclaimed gamblers. Put your punting skills to the mat by playing a high table game of blackjack or roulette or play a video poker game.
You’ll surely love the electric atmosphere at the Cosmopolitan’s casino because of the helpful dealers and high-end services.