The Las Vegas version of Monte Carlo is far more affordable and family-friendly than its Monaco namesake.
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-20th-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're seeking a VIP experience, you can book into the on-site boutique Hotel32, and your stay will feature 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.