The Las Vegas version of Monte Carlo is more affordable and definitely a lot more fun.
This property's design was inspired by the Old World elegance of the French Riviera. Fountains, palm trees and statuary at its arched entryway set the stage for a relaxing Vegas getaway. With its faux turn-of-the-twentieth-century architecture, this attractive (and attractively priced) mega-resort features a 21,000-square-foot outdoor recreation area with lagoon, wave and river-drift pools. The 2,992 guest rooms (including 224 suites) offer a touch of contemporary luxury with cherry wood furniture, plush pillow-top mattresses and spectacular views of the Strip or the massive CityCenter complex next door. The 700-square-foot one-bedroom Monaco Suites feature extended sitting areas with sofas, full baths with spas and an additional half bath. The Spa Suites house full-size spa tubs. On-site there's a wedding chapel and rejuvenating spa and fitness facilities. Among numerous dining options is André's, serving classic French cuisine; as well, guests will find one of the largest beer selections on the Strip at the Pub at Monte Carlo. The Blue Man Group performs nightly in the showroom. If you want a VIP experience, you can book into on-site Hotel32, and your stay at Monte Carlo will come with a suite assistant and accommodations that are among the very best in Vegas. Following a massive transformation, retail and dining options now front this Strip-side resort.