All-suite accommodation with a flirty edge.
This hotel doesn't lack for creature comforts. Just check out the 2,563 spacious suites, sprawling 120,000-square-foot casino and eighteen-hole championship Rio Secco Golf Club. VooDoo Beach features sandy beaches, 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 one of the best free shows in the city and occurs hourly from 6 p.m. to 11 p.m. Thursday through Saturday. Cocktail servers have been replaced by BevErtainers, who sing or dance on casino mini-stages, then continue beverage service.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, Carnival World Buffet, the Chippendales show and the Penn & Teller magic show. For an intimate meal with a panoramic view of the Strip, VooDoo Steak is a tasty option. Miami transplant Café Martorano serves homey Italian food with attitude. The 110,000-square-foot Rio Pavilion features built-in registration, specialty kitchens, full theatrical staging and an adjoining business center. The Rio All-Suite Hotel and Casino is home to the World Series of Poker from May through July. This hotel is not on the Strip but does offer a complimentary shuttle. Also, the Rio participates in a "PetStay" program that allows visitors to include their dogs in their vacation plans.