Casino Boy's Las Vegas Hotel Directory - From A to Z

Have you been looking for Casino Boy's Las Vegas Hotel Directory? Look no further - you're in the right place! That's right - all those Las Vegas hotel reviews that made Cheapo Vegas famous in the first place are back for your reading pleasure, and can be found using the links below!

Simply click on the bright-green "More Info" tabs attached to each Las Vegas hotel below for the full scoop on hotel rooms, gaming, entertainment, nightlife and restaurants - all through the too-honest eyes of Casino Boy! From there, you can learn about the 'Argh-matey' ambiance of Treasure Island, what it is that makes the El Cortez so cheap, or whatever else you're looking for by skimming through his famous Vegas hotel reviews.

Casino Boy's Vegas hotel reviews give it to you straight - what he likes, and what he doesn't - plus the types of stray observations one can only make by visiting all of the best and worst hotels in Las Vegas. That way, you can take your newly acquired knowledge and, combined with our inventory of Las Vegas deals, save money while also having a great time on your next trip to Vegas. Our Las Vegas coupons make even the more expensive hotels in town more affordable.

EVERY Las Vegas hotel on Cheapo Vegas can be found using Casino Boy's Las Vegas Hotel Directory below. The hotels are sorted in alphabetical order ('A-B-C-D' ... you get it), and are accompanied by a (very) brief description of each hotel in Las Vegas - from the luxurious Aria, to the swanky Wynn Las Vegas and everything in between!

Use Casino Boy's Vegas hotel reviews to make the best decision when it comes to booking your next Vegas vacation, or read them over if you're just looking for a good laugh and some helpful info all in one place. Plus, if you need a second - or third, or fourth ... or 12th! - opinion on hotels in Vegas, just click on the 'Reviews' tab once you're on your desired hotel page to hear from actual users just like yourself! Really - it's that simple. Now if only betting on the horses was this easy ...

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Aria Las Vegas

From $249* a night.

Aria Las Vegas is, in a word, swanky. The architecture is even cooler from the inside than out so make sure you step foot inside this massive new hotel before making up your mind about it. Because one you've been to Aria in CityCenter, the older Las Vegas hotels will be yesterday's news. Enjoy the luxurious rooms, many dining options and huge casino or take a short walk to enjoy the Las Vegas Strip itself.

Hotel Class:
5
User Reviews:
4.8
5 Reviews
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AZ Charlie's Boulder

From $54* a night.

Arizona Charlie's Boulder might not be your first pick if you want luxury and elegance but if you're looking for a good deal close to the Las Vegas Strip, you can't beat this hotel. They have a casino and restaurants but everything is pretty old and worn-out so unless that old-time western vibe is your thing, you might want to use the money you save on your rooms to check out the bigger casinos on the Strip.

Hotel Class:
2
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Arizona Charlie's Decatur

From $59* a night.

Arizona Charlie's Decatur Casino Hotel is tucked away from the rest of Las Vegas which makes it a huge favorite for locals and blue-collar type patrons. The rooms aren't much, the buffet is just average but the casino is fair and even has a non-smoking video poker section. This hotel is too far from the Strip to be good for many tourists, but if you're just there to gamble and need a clean place to rest your head, Arizona Charlie's Decatur is ideal.

Hotel Class:
2
User Reviews:
3.5
1 Review
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Bally's Vegas

From $154* a night.

Bally's Las Vegas is a family friendly hotel on the Las Vegas Strip. The service is great, the decor is comfortable and the location is decent. It will, of course, make you feel a bit like a middle-aged gentleman.

Hotel Class:
4
User Reviews:
3.8
6 Reviews
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Bellagio Las Vegas

From $326* a night.

The Bellagio is the ultimate Las Vegas experience boasting 3,933 guest rooms and suites.  Words like AAA Five Diamond Award-winning Las Vegas hotel, luxury, opulence, contentment, and world-class all describe the Bellagio.  Home of the dancing fountains, the Bellagio Las Vegas is a rich playground full of every delight, all packaged in classy trimmings like marble, famous artwork and more.

Hotel Class:
5
User Reviews:
4.6
12 Reviews
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Bill's (Closed)

From $235* a night.

Bill's Gamblin' Hall & Saloon may not sound like it belongs on the Vegas Strip, but players here will be just as glad to challenge you to a game of poker and take all your money as they are anywhere on the Strip.

Hotel Class:
4
User Reviews:
4
1 Review
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Binion's Las Vegas

From $235* a night.

Binion's Las Vegas isn't a hotel anymore but when it comes to classic Vegas gambling there isn't anywhere better. Located in Downtown Vegas this place embodies the spirit of Fremont Street, past and present.

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Boulder Station Vegas

From $72* a night.

Boulder Station Hotel and Casino Las Vegas is a family friendly hotel, but it's also the hang out spot of the Las Vegas locals. Show the youngin's a bit of Nevada culture, maybe you'll be able to convince them never to gamble after this trip.

Hotel Class:
4
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Caesars Palace

From $329* a night.

If you're looking for a place to gamble, drink, dance, or explore, which you probably do since you're going to Vegas, Caesars Palace can keep you entertained for hours. Get lost in a world of marble and people, but not too lost, there are plenty of people to guide you if that happens. Check out a restaurant or a slot machine and see what you can make of your Vegas trip.

Hotel Class:
4.5
User Reviews:
4.6
3 Reviews
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California Hotel

From $72* a night.

Just because it's called the California Hotel and Casino Las Vegas doesn't mean you won't get the Las Vegas, Nevada experience that you came for. You'll get just as rowdy here as you would anywhere in Sin City.

Hotel Class:
4
User Reviews:
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Circus Circus

From $76* a night.

A stay at Circus Circus Las Vegas is just what Casino Boy prescribes for the best Cheapo stay in Vegas - as long as you don't care about the bright colors, numerous clowns and tons of children under foot! The huge indoor amusement part, midway games and free circus make this a great destination for families, but the low rates at Circus Circus make it a Casino Boy favorite.

Hotel Class:
3
User Reviews:
3.05
8 Reviews
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The Cosmopolitan

From $202* a night.

The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas Hotel and Casino was originally built as Vegas condos, but who lives on the Vegas Strip? These are now comfortable and stylish apartment style hotel rooms. They are nothing short of fabulous.

Hotel Class:
4
User Reviews:
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Downtown Grand Las Vegas

From $80* a night.

The first hotel in downtown Vegas to be opened in more than 20 years offers a modern welcoming atmosphere and is a short walk to Fremont Street.
Hotel Class:
3
User Reviews:
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