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Circus Circus

2880 Las Vegas Blvd. S. (Circus Circus Dr.) Send to Phone
Las VegasNV 89109
702-734-0410, 800-634-3450  | RESERVE NOW!
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A pink-and-white-striped big top offering fun for families seeking a budget vacation. Circus Circus Hotel is one of GAYOT's 2013 | Top 10 Las Vegas Family Hotels


  • Singles & Doubles $42-$165



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Circus Circus Hotel Review

: This venerable resort is a mixed bag of goodies, especially for folks who may have once come to Las Vegas with their parents and are returning with their own kids to a much more sophisticated destination. Circus Circus has survived the evolution of Las Vegas, but it also has seen better days. It remains a unique, family-oriented gaming resort with a 101,000-square-foot casino where circus acrobats and trapeze artists perform overhead. Strolling magicians, jugglers and mimes add to the excitement. The 3,773 accommodations include those in the 810-room Circus Manor, which offers a swimming pool and in-room kitchenettes. Dating from 1996, the 35-story West Tower boasts oversized rooms. The promenade-level Adventuredome amusement park houses thrill rides, midway games, state-of-the-art video games, a virtual reality zone, party rooms and more. The casino's array of dining options includes the legendary Steak House, the 24-hour Garden Grill and a buffet. Reflecting mirrors add a memorable touch to weddings in the Chapel of the Fountain. The 21,400 square feet of meeting and banquet facilities can host up to 800 people. Pet runs, a fenced playground, a kiddy pool and the 399-space Circusland RV Park with full-service utility hook-ups round out the grounds. This is a budget property, so don't expect too much and you'll be pleasantly surprised.

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Circus Circus Horrors
by sunshinelikeacid on Tue Aug 05, 2008 8:46 am
This hotel in all its touristy glory is nothing more than a glorified carnival, complete with gross conditions and horrible service!!
I would never recommend anyone go there.
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