Flashy lights and entertainment abound at this historic property.
This hotel has managed to keep its doors open even as its neighbors have slowly descended into the neon graveyard of Downtown Las Vegas. The long-running Crazy Girls Topless Revue performs nightly, and the list of headliners changes monthly. You will also find a great selection of facilities, such as two tennis courts lit for night play, an Olympic-sized swimming pool, men's and women's health spas and an arcade with high-tech video games. The five towers have 1,919 rooms and 156 suites. Depending on your room selection, you may find marble vanities, alcove studies, entertainment centers and/or panoramic city views. Among dining options are R Steak and Seafood, The Queen Victoria Pub and the Mardi Gras Food Court. The 150,000-square-foot Convention Center has its own entrance, twin ballrooms, meeting rooms and a 7,000-square-foot banquet kitchen. For extra-special events, there's the penthouse ballroom, Top of the Riv.