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Best Vegas Casinos to Visit

Las Vegas is known for the Strip, eloping, festivals, and buffets. However, Vegas casinos are famous all around the world, and each one for good reason.

Between the lights, cameras, and action, each casino has its own reputation and selection of games to choose from. Finding the best casinos might take some sampling of a few different places to get a feel for what you like. While some players are more serious when it comes to casinos and are more concerned with the odds and payout stats of each casino, other players are only worried about the types of games available and the food they can consume. With so many casinos to choose from, they can quickly blend together. However, not all Vegas casinos are created equal. Here are some of the best casinos in Vegas to visit.

Caesars Palace

Caesars Palace is a supreme Las Vegas casino, and Inside of the Caesars Palace is every sports lover’s dream. Caesars Palace draws in huge crowds nightly and delivers a tailgating-style experience during big games on its huge gaming floor. This casino has plenty of high limit games, so be prepared to spend lots of money if you participate in any of the games. Poker players can enjoy a 16-table poker room that offers daily tournaments. A race and sports book give players a wide range of games to watch and place bets on. There are numerous restaurants and A-list entertainers, along with an upscale shopping mall right on the grounds of Caesars Palace, in case you want to give trying your luck a little break.

Bellagio

The Bellagio is one of the oldest luxury hotel and casinos. Many of the professional poker players prefer to play at the Bellagio Poker room due to the high table limits, however amateurs also love frequenting the place as well. There are fourteen restaurants inside of the Bellagio, where players can get food and drinks. One cool thing about the Bellagio is players can get back and neck massages delivered tableside while playing any time of the day or night. The casino resort is famous for its Fountain show, which is a vast, choreographed water feature with performances set to lights and music. The show takes place in front of the Bellagio and is visible from several different vantage points on the Strip.

Aria

Aria is a sleek and sophisticated casino that features more than 150,000 square feet of gaming space. Aria boasts once of the largest slot machine floors on the Vegas Strip. It holds over 1,900 slot machines and 145 table games. Players can try out their luck at blackjack, craps, baccarat, roulette, and Texas Holdem, among other games. One of the most popular spots at the Aria is the 24-table poker room. Aria also has an intimate race and sports book that can show up to 200 live events at once. The casino hosts a slot tournament several times a year.

MGM Grand

This casino is known for its extensive table games and what used to be known as one of the stingiest slot machines known to Vegas. The MGM Grand has one of the largest gaming floors in all of Vegas and boasts more than 2,500 machines, as well as 139 poker and table games. The slots at the MGM Grand include progressive slots, video poker, and multi-game machines. There is a special High Limit Slots area, featuring slot machines with payouts up to half a million dollars. The race and sports book at the casino is a state-of-the-art betting area that features over sixty flat screens. MGM Grand also houses an adult arcade that was created for those non-gamblers that frequent the casino. The arcade features billiards, one of the largest games of Pac-Man ever, and an original Sigma Derby — a horse race-themed slot machine that lets players bet on individual horses.

Fountains at MGM Grand

Golden Nugget

The Golden Nugget, one of the smaller sized casinos, has been around for decades and has managed to keep an old Vegas ambiance. This is one of the larger, more upscale properties in Vegas, and its casino isn’t the cheapest in the area. In addition to all of your regular table games, there is also slots, keno, a poker room, along with a race and sports book. One cool thing about the Golden Nugget is they spread table games outside by the pool, so you can take your betting outside with you.

Conclusion

Las Vegas is famous for its casinos on the Strip. I’ve been many times, and have had a blast and won much money. Sometimes, it can get pretty crowded, but the Strip is one of the world’s most frequented destinations, so it’s to be expected. If you’re anything like me, and want a break from the monotony of playing online, then definitely visit one of these popular Vegas casinos, you won’t be disappointed.

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