A classic Vegas hotel decked out like a turn-of-the-century bawdy house.
This bustling little hotel-casino is decorated with brass, crystal, rich oak and stained wood. It offers friendly service and lower betting minimums than neighboring sister properties Flamingo Las Vegas and Bally’s Las Vegas. Since it has no swimming pool of its own, guests enjoy complimentary use of the Flamingo pool. The comfortable rooms are decorated with textured wallpaper, handsome wood trim, etched mirrors and original paintings; they also feature data ports, cable TV and room service. The large high-roller suites can accommodate small group gatherings. Downstairs, Drai’s is known as the grandfather of the after-hours scene on the Las Vegas Strip. It still serves the late-night crowds well, but considering the property, it's not cheap. On-site brand-name sipping and nibbling options include Seattle’s Best Coffee and Krispy Kreme donuts. Make sure to stop in on a weekday and see Big Elvis perform his free show just off the casino floor. Main reasons to stay here: location is important to you, and you don't need the extras of the big resorts.