One of the Strip's last iconic casino-resorts offers guests a classic Vegas experience.
This storied resort has seen plenty of change over the years, most notably the implosion of its oldest guest room wing dating back to 1957. While it feels right at home in the 21st century, it still has a nice retro vibe. Among its original features is a stunning, 50,000-square-foot faux Tiffany dome in the casino. Guests can also make use of 600,000 square feet of meeting space, a 100,000-square-foot casino and Glow, A Mandara Spa.
The 22-story Paradise Tower offers views of the Strip, and its suites feature private bedrooms, living rooms, refrigerators and wet bars. The Island Tower (near the convention facilities) is connected to the casino by an enclosed walkway lined with specialty boutiques that look onto the lush pool area. The oversize Island Tower mini-suites come with pullout sofa beds in separate sitting areas. And finally, Club Deluxe Rooms overlook the newer pool complex.
Dining includes Bacio, serving authentic Italian fare, and Oakville Steakhouse, inspired by the Napa wine country. The popular Las Vegas Mob Experience offers an interactive look at the history of the mafia in Vegas. At the golf desk, guests can make reservations to play on one of the three championship courses at Stallion Mountain, or on the Royal Links, Desert Pines or Bali Hai courses. The pool area is home to Nikki Beach and Club Nikki, and there is a Laugh Factory outpost on-site.
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