Rio All-suites Hotel And Casino, Las Vegas

Penn and Teller at the Rio Suite Hotel and Casino
FromUSD 67.99 Book Now
Eddie Griffin at the Rio Hotel and Casino
FromUSD 93.99 Book Now
VooDoo Zip Line at The Rio Hotel and Casino
FromUSD 29.99 Book Now

Rio All-suites Hotel And Casino, Las Vegas - Address, Phone Number

Address: 3700 W Flamingo Rd, Las Vegas, NV 89103, United States

Phone: +1-8667467671

Show on map

Time Required: 05:00 Hrs

Timings: 24-hrs Details

Added 50.3K times in trip plans

Hotel, Food And Drinks, Casino, Restaurant, Entertainment, Performance, Family And Kids, Adults

Try TripHobo to create your itinerary

Are you associated with this business? Get in touch

About Rio All-suites Hotel And Casino, Las Vegas

Opened in January 1990, the Rio All Suite Hotel and Casino is part of the Caesars Entertainment group. Within the hotel complex you will find:

  • Luxurious and comfortable accommodations
  • A vivacious Casino spread across 1,00,000 square feet
  • Live entertainment shows, including magic shows, adult shows, comedy shows and musicals
  • And restaurants serving delectable cuisine.

Rio All-suites Hotel And Casino Information

  • You need to be of legal age to play in the casino.

Rio All-suites Hotel And Casino Ticket Prices

  • Hotel rooms will cost you upwards of USD 32 per night.
  • Entertainment shows cost anywhere between USD 53 to USD 83.

Rio All-suites Hotel And Casino Opening and Closing Hours

Accommodation timings:

  • Check-in: 4 p.m.
  • Check-out: 11 a.m.
  • Entertainment shows generally start 7.30 p.m. onwards. 

How To reach Rio All-suites Hotel And Casino by Public Transport

  • Flamingo @ Hotel Rio (W) bus stop

Love this? Explore the entire list of things to do in Las Vegas before you plan your trip.

Fancy a good night's sleep after a tiring day? Check out where to stay in Las Vegas and book an accommodation of your choice.

Rio All-suites Hotel And Casino Tickets & Passes

Save 8% Chippendales at the Rio Suite Hotel and Casino
FromUSD 67.99 Book Now

Rio All-Suites Hotel And Casino, Las Vegas Reviews - Write a Review

user-pics
Google+
  • I had comp rooms & ask for a upgrade. I was told the upgrade would be $368, so I agreed (thinking the total cost was $368) my bill was $668 and a total rip! The room was nice but NOT WORTH IT also the winning was not there either. I had better luck every other casino.NEVER EVER SETTING FOOT IN THERE AGAIN... DO NOT RECOMMEND, go away where else!

  • Slots and table games were accessible. Waitresses were responsive, friendly and attractive. Plenty of action and places to eat with somewhat reasonably priced menus. Very helpful security staff. Lots of areas to people watch. Shopping on site. Typical Vegas excitement along with casino noise and smoke. Nice friendly staff at bars and clubs.

  • The Rio is an excellent casino and hotel located about 2 blocks off the strip. The rooms are larger than a normal room would be, with great views of the Strip. They have great shows, a very good buffet, and one of the larger casino floors in Las Vegas. Table games, sports betting, poker tournaments, and slots are abundant. Definitely worth staying off the strip a couple blocks.

  • Room was pretty good, expected that much from an all suites hotel. The dealers (more than less) great banter and kept things fun. Resterraunts have a good mix and taste. Only thing I had a major issue with was dishonest host. One guy in particular, "Ray." Between him and guy working checkout, I'll never step foot in the Rio again. And this coming from someone that left in the black up $2000. In case you are wondering what caused this, I was specifically told my resort fees would be comped. Instead, they took it out of the comps I had earned. Which I was told would not happen. Ray the host was a huge "help" in denying the comps after having me wait 30 minutes before coming out to say no. Oh and platinum status means nothing there as the check out attendant they had pretty ignored me while I waited in line to checkout. Oh, even though he started off asking me if I was checking out, when I said the word "comp" he instantly went to, "Oh we don't comp anything, it almost impossible to get a room comped." This is a major lie, but not going to worry about it. Last time I'll go so as long as I can say my piece one less thing to care about.

    Read more
  • Room was very big. Not what we would consider a true "suite" but much bigger than your standard hotel room, totally comfortable. Hotel is clean and easy to get around in, all staff was friendly and helpful. Pool area is nice with 4 different pools, was not crowded when we were there. The automated check in terminal did not work for us, so we had to wait in a long line to check in. Fitness centre was well equipped, but too small for the amount of equipment in the room. It is great if you want to use a treadmill or one of the weight machines, but it is difficult to find a spot to use free weights without being in the way.

    Read more
Read all reviews
0