Circus Circus Las Vegas

2880 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89109
Call +1-702-949-3190
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38,751 reviews

Circus Circus is a Las Vegas Strip staple that has been providing quality hospitality to locals and guests for over 50 years. Family-friendly and fun, this lighthearted resort has all of the comforts.

Each room at Circus Circus is equipped with all of the essentials, to ensure a comfortable stay. Choose from four towers for lodging, and don’t forget to visit the selection of onsite restaurants to satiate any cravings.

The hospitality extends beyond the hotel walls. The RV park on the property is a unique accommodation available on the Strip, and drivers from all over rave about the amenities, such as the charging stations and shower facilities. To fulfill the quota of circus fun, visit the Adventuredome to partake in everything from traditional arcade games to VR experiences.

On the casino front, guests can’t go wrong with a visit to the aptly named Slots A Fun. The Williams Sports Book is also an option for more traditional sports betting, and don’t forget to hydrate for betting with a visit to one of Circus Circus’ bars.

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West Tower King Room

1 King Bed 364-sq-foot room with city views Internet - WiFi Entertainment - Premium channels and pay movies Food & Drink - Room service and refrigerator (on request) Sleep - Blackout drapes/curtains and bed sheets Bathroom - Private bathroom, shower/tub combination, free toiletries, and a hair dryer Practical - Safe, desk, and phone; rollaway/extra beds and cribs/infant beds available on request Comfort - Climate-controlled air conditioning and daily housekeeping Eco-friendly - Eco-friendly toiletries and recycling bin Non-Smoking Connecting/adjoining rooms can be requested, subject to availability

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West Tower Double Queen Room

2 Queen Beds 364 sq feet Internet - WiFi Entertainment - Premium channels and pay movies Food & Drink - Room service and refrigerator (on request) Sleep - Blackout drapes/curtains and bed sheets Bathroom - Private bathroom, shower/tub combination, free toiletries, and a hair dryer Practical - Safe, desk, and phone; rollaway/extra beds and cribs/infant beds available on request Comfort - Climate-controlled air conditioning and daily housekeeping Eco-friendly - Eco-friendly toiletries and recycling bin Non-Smoking Connecting/adjoining rooms can be requested, subject to availability

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Swimming Pools at the Circus Circus Las Vegas

Circus Circus not only has a pool. It has the intense Splash Zone and that doesn't just have a pool either. It has swimming pools (multiple), whirlpools, a water playground and even a 50 foot slide tower. It's more than a splash zone, it's an aquatic event. The 50 foot slide tower features three slides. The Mat Racer, Aqua Tube and Speed Slide all leave swimmers (42 inches or taller) sliding back for more. Shooting water cannons more your style? The Splash Pad gives guests a chance to do just that, along with spill buckets, rain trees and more. Guests are encouraged to "turn, pull and throttle the interactive" space and, once you're there, you'll see that they do. It's the pools that offer refreshment from the intensity that the slides and pads offer. The two relaxing pools and whirlpools give guests a chance to unwind after a wild ride through the water wonderland. This seasonal attraction is subject to closure without notice, so be sure to check ahead.

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Circus Circus Las Vegas is a Child Friendly hotel

Few hotels in Las Vegas offer a kid-friendly experience the way that Circus Circus does. With an Adventuredome that will leave children coming back for more, adults will follow suit. Nothing makes a person feel like a kid like this Las Vegas institution. Rides and attractions are part of what makes this hotel and casino a must-stay for any new and seasoned traveler. Whether it's the Xtreme Zone, with rock climbing and bungee jumping, or the epic Bank Heist Laser Challenge or even the Pirates Bounty golf course, Circus Circus knows how to keep the kids entertained while making sure the grown ups aren't bored. With free clown shows, a virtual reality room, and a major arcade, the excitement seemingly goes on forever. At night, the Adventuredome goes full neon, giving an unforgettable look to an unforgettable experience. What Circus would be complete without acts? Circus Circus features free circus acts all within reach. Plus, parties, Midway games, and tons more. If this isn't a kid's dream come true, then what is?

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Circus Circus Las Vegas is a cheap hotel

A family-friendly resort near the Las Vegas Convention Center on the Las Vegas Strip This resort offers 5 restaurants, 2 outdoor pools, and a casino. You can park for free in the self-parking lot. Circus Circus is one of the most affordable hotels on The Strip.

A snack bar/deli is also located onsite. In addition, there are six bars/lounges on site. Each of the 3,773 rooms offers WiFi, a TV with cable channels, and hair dryers. Additionally, guests will find safes, phones, and desks in the hotel rooms.

Pay-per-view movies and premium cable channels are available on televisions. There is a shower/tub combination in each bathroom, as well as complimentary toiletries. For a surcharge, guests can access the Internet in their rooms. Desks and phones are among the amenities for business travelers.

There are two outdoor swimming pools and two spa tubs on site. Other recreational amenities include an outdoor pool and a waterslide.

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Circus Circus Las Vegas is a Family Friendly hotel

Circus Circus Hotel, Casino & Theme Park, situated directly in the heart of world-famous Las Vegas, encompasses gigantic roller coasters, carnival games, an arcade, trick mirrors, and endless circus shows. It provides guests with a stay that is not just over-the-top, but right under the big top. The theme is fun and the fun is abundant.

This affordable hotel boasts a five-acre Adventuredome, three 24-hour casinos with over 100,000 square feet of gaming area, and over 3,700 well-appointed tower and manor guest rooms and suites.

Circus Circus is the only hotel on The Strip that has both an indoor theme park and an RV Park where guests can enjoy free circus acts daily depending on the season.

Circus Circus Hotel, Casino & Theme Park is home to all of this and more, so it’s no wonder that families from all over the world come here to enjoy an adventure unlike any other.

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Circus Circus Las Vegas is on the North of the Strip

Circus Circus is located on The North Side of The Strip, within one mile of Las Vegas Convention Center and Fashion Show Mall.

The location of this hotel is extremely convenient as it’s in walking distance to many attractions. This is ideal for a family-friendly hotel as you can walk to your next planned activity without calling an extra-large Uber.

Neart Starbucks, McDonald’s, The Hitchin’ Post Wedding Chapel (for the adventurous), and the unbelievably addictive Circus Buffet, this institution on the North Side has been a welcome part of a major section for decades. Staying here gives you easy access to many of the local amenities and leaves you just a short walk or ride from so many convenient aspects of the Las Vegas Strip.

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Circus Circus Las Vegas is a Hotel with Rooms

The mix of hotel rooms at Circus Circus caters to adults, children and every fun-loving Las Vegas visitor in between.

Four designated areas of the hotel are available for bookings: West Tower, Casino Tower, Skyrise Tower and Manor Motor Lodge. Casino Tower rooms have the rustic look of classic Las Vegas quarters, with muted tones and simple accommodations, and can be booked with one king bed or two queen beds. The Skyrise Tower rooms have a richer feel with royalty colors and 29 stories of fun, all featuring double queen bedrooms. The West Tower rooms are a bright mix of the former, offering the one king/two queen beds combination as well. Lastly, Manor Motor Lodge rooms are the crown jewel of Circus Circus rooms, offering double king beds in addition to the conventional bed options.

For a fee, features such as cribs and cots are available for purchase. Ask for them specifically when booking a reservation. Some rooms are also wheelchair accessible and can be arranged as requested.

Bonus: bring your own room to Circus Circus. The RV Park has basic amenities for travelers on the road, such as shower facilities, laundry and even a swimming pool for total rejuvenation.

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Circus Circus Las Vegas has rooms with a view of the Strip

The world’s largest permanent circus can be found at Circus Circus. On its Carnival Midway, it features circus acts, trapeze acts, and carnival games. The resort also features an indoor amusement park, Adventuredome.

The theme park itself is a firsthand view for many guests with rides and attractions that bring guests to the height of a bird and offer a look down at the legendary Las Vegas Strip. The Canyon Blaster and El Loco are just two examples of larger than life rides bringing you higher above Vegas than you ever dreamed possible. Add to that the rooms that give a similar look and you can take in all of Las Vegas from under your own personal big top.

If you stay on one of the higher floors, you will be able to get a gorgeous view of The Strip from your bedroom window. You are right by the iconic Stratosphere as well as the Luxor. Being in the North of The Strip, you cannot see the entire Strip from Circus Circus but the fact that you are able to stay at the largest permanent circus in the world, you can live out your childhood dreams during your vacation in Las Vegas.

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50 Years of Fun and Games on the Strip

Known for world-class entertainment and a kid-friendly atmosphere in the heart of Sin City, Circus Circus offers everything for the young, to the young at heart.

Circus Circus Hotel & Casino

While it may look a little different from the opening day and Diamonds are Forever appearance, Circus Circus still remains the destination for family-friendly fun on the Strip. 

History

Constructed in 1968, Circus Circus was built without a hotel attached, as a single two-story building. It started with a bit of a checkered past, and some notable issues with the Nevada Gaming Commission and others. The idea behind the casino was that it wasn’t a Roman circus (more in theme with Caesars Palace where it was originally going to be built next to), but a “circus circus” and the name stuck.
Circus Circus outside at night
Themed all in pink, the two-story, football field-sized building opened across from the Riviera with carousels and a simulated big-top facing Las Vegas Boulevard. The first floor was geared towards adults, with a casino, and the second floor was filled with carnival games for children. It included an indoor balcony to overlook the gaming floor and provide a view of the aerialists and trapeze acts, while not distracting from the gameplay below, eventually adding a ceiling across the first floor with the exception of the slot machines. The initial casino included the Hippodrome Showroom, hosting shows like Nudes in the Night. The Hippodrome Showroom brought the final curtain down in 1973, replacing it, and another lounge, The Gilded Cage, with a buffet. A hotel tower was later added in 1972, followed by another tower and RV park in the later years, now proudly boasting 3,773 rooms. Struggling initially, Circus Circus eventually found its niche and groove as a family-friendly destination, adding the Adventuredome amusement park in 1993.
Circus Circus clown
Circus Circus has garnered some notoriety over the years. In 1974, the Guinness Book of World Records named Circus Circus as the world’s largest permanent circus; a record that remains to date. In 1971, it was one of the pivotal settings in the James Bond movie “Diamonds are Forever”. Circus Circus is currently owned and operated by Phil Ruffin, who purchased it from the MGM Group in 2019. Adjacent to the Circus Circus and included as part of the property is Slots-a-Fun Casino, a decidedly not family-friendly hotel opened in 1971 known for cheap meals and drink deals in addition to their casino games.

The Resort

Rooms

Circus Circus Hotel Room
Guests have a choice of four towers in the hotel to stay at each with its own theme and charm. The Manor Motor Lodge boasts desert-themed decor and updated furnishings. The Casino Tower Rooms offer jewel and earth tones in addition to quick access to the casino 15 floors below. The Skyrise Tower Rooms are the most recently renovated, with jewel tones and comfortable accommodations. And lastly, the West Tower rounds out guest’s options, with modern comfort and effortless design. Explore: Find Your Perfect Las Vegas Penthouse Each room comes with wireless Internet access, cable TV with a hotel channel detailing what offerings are available, an alarm clock, hairdryer, iron and ironing board and safes to protect your valuables.

Parking

Self-parking is complimentary to all guests and visitors. Valet parking starts at $12 for the first two hours and maxes out at $16 per day. RV parking is offered at an additional cost. For more free parking, read about free parking on the Strip to drive worry-free.

 RV Park

RV line
The only RV park located on the Strip, the RV Park offers luxurious amenities, including a pet run, showers, pool and Jacuzzi in addition to shower and laundry facilities.

Transportation

Circus Circus offers Avis rental car services for visitors looking to traverse The Strip. Limousine and town car services are also available for booking through the concierge. For Uber, Lyft and other rideshare services, head to the main entrance. Find more transportation by exploring these car rental companies on the Strip.

Meeting Spaces

Circus Circus can house meetings of up to 600 people across over 20,000 square feet of venue space.

Pool

Splash Zone

Summers are no joke in Las Vegas with temperatures averaging in the high hundreds. What better way to enjoy the blistering heat than to cool down in the Splash Zone and Pool? Newly expanded, this summer oasis offers a 50-foot water slide tower for the adventurous explorers with three slides to choose from.
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Looking for a more mellow retreat? Check out the swimming pools for those just ready to kick back and relax. Children of all ages will love the Splash Pad with splash buckets and waterfalls to cool off under. Cabanas are available for rent and the Splash Snacks food truck is nearby to ensure you can play the day away.

Notables

Weddings

If love is in the air, the Circus Circus wedding chapel has you covered 365 days a year. It’s remarkably easy to get married in Las Vegas (just ask any of the celebs that have done it) and Circus Circus offers the Hitchin’ Post for your matrimonial needs. They even offer live webcasts so you can make sure those who need to be there are there, at least virtually.

Salon

Haircut
If you’re looking for a quick trim or a full-body pampering, the salon at Circus Circus has the treatment for you. Unsure of what you want? Check out the Spa Sampler, which includes a 20-minute Holistic Massage, 20-minute Aromatherapy Facial, Express Manicure, and Express Pedicure to make you feel like a new person in just about an hour.

Quinceañeras

Give the birthday of their dreams at Circus Circus with packages starting at $39/person including dinner, cake and so much more.

Restaurants and Dining Options

The Buffet

Recently reopened in May 2021, this slimmed-down version of the Buffet is one of only four buffets currently open on the Las Vegas Strip. It is open for breakfast and brunch from 7 a.m. to 2 p.m. and dinner from 4:30 p.m. to 10 p.m. If buffet isn’t your style, there are other great options for breakfast in Las Vegas.

The Food Court (under construction)

This 15,000 square foot area is currently undergoing construction, is located next to the buffet and promises offerings like Popeyes Louisiana Kitchen, Pick Up Stix, Dairy Queen Grill & Chill, Einstein Bros. Bagels and more for hungry guests.

The Steakhouse

A 30-year tradition that never gets old, the Steakhouse is known for serving the finest quality beef in an intimate atmosphere that harkens back to the Rat Pack era. Dry aged to perfection, prime cuts are showcased with a Vegas flair and prepared over an exhibition-style, open-hearth mesquite charcoal broiler. Open daily at 4 p.m., make sure you get your reservations in and celebrate in style. Who doesn’t love a good steak? Check out more of the best steakhouses on the Strip for your next meal.

The Pizzeria

The Pizzeria
Inset below the gaming floor, you take a sloped ramp up to the cashier where you order some of the best pizza on the Strip. Served with generous portions, any wait is worth it. Whether you’re looking for a pepperoni to-go or a sit down meal with calzones, wings, salad, and sandwiches, you can find something to really hit the spot. Open daily at 11 a.m.

Blue Iguana

If you’re looking for a little south of the border action, the Blue Iguana has that quick fix for you. Whether you’re looking for tacos and burritos or enchiladas and nachos, there’s a little something for every taste. Open at 12 p.m. Thursdays-Mondays. Closed Tuesdays and Wednesdays. Read More: Visit The Best Restaurants on the Las Vegas Strip »

Westside Deli

Baguette sandwich
Open 24 hours, this soup, salad and sandwich deli will help that late night craving, early morning crunch or midday recharge on your way to your next adventure. Offerings include breakfast burritos, burgers, fries, grilled chicken and more. Quick bites On the main floor, you have a choice of Annie’s Pretzels and Krispy Kreme, in addition to the Food Court, Buffet and Steak house. On the Promenade, you can choose from Starbucks for your coffee needs, Tasti D-lite and Cocolini for your frozen dessert needs. On the Midway, you can recharge with a quick bite at McDonald’s before trying your luck again.

Bars

West Bar

Whether you’re looking to watch the big game or play your favorite video poker, this full service bar even offers specialty glasses to try to help you remember the night. Happy hour specials are not to be missed either.

Big Chill

Beat the heat with frosty drinks in wild glasses -if a plastic guitar with a straw can count as a glass. Customize your blended drink with a variety of options and start your night out right! Keep your night going well with great deals on refills too.

Slots-A-Fun Bar

Rows of Casino Slot Machines
Just outside of Circus Circus, the Slots a Fun Bar offers a full variety of spirits and space for the best drinking games around. Flex your prowess with 24/7 beer pong, bowling and even billiards, to name just a few. Don’t miss out on their happy hour specials either.

Entertainment

Shows

Circus Acts

circus performers
Highlighted on the center stage daily, performers and entertainment from around the world dazzle and delight visitors for free! Performances start at 1:30 p.m. Monday through Thursday and 11:30 a.m. Friday through Sunday and are an incredible variety of trapeze artists, jugglers, balancing acts and so much more. Previous acts have included former America’s Got Talent acts and, when the Circus Circus first opened, live animals like tigers and even an elephant. This stage is the reason that they held the Guinness World Record for the world’s largest permanent circus for several decades. The entertainers change often so you don’t want to miss out on what they have in store.

Other Attractions

Adventuredome Themepark

Added in 1993, this sparkling pink jewel in the desert is five acres of fun for all ages. If you’re looking for more than just thrill gambling, your heart is sure to be racing on one of the main thrills, like the Canyon Blaster or El Loco. Want something a little more intense but under your control? Check out the Bank Heist Laser Challenge: Escape The Vault where you navigate around lasers and obstacles. You can also check out family-friendly rides like the Circus Carousel, Road Runner and more. Even if you aren’t riding rides, experience some fun with the virtual theater rides and midway games, all under the pink glass dome. You can even catch 18 holes of mini-golf in Pirate’s Bounty. Read More: Find More Things To Do On The Las Vegas Strip Near Circus Circus »
Adventure Dome Circus Circus
On Fridays and Saturday nights, enjoy Neon Nights where you can get your glow on. Around Halloween, the Adventuredome has previously been transformed into a haunted attraction, the Frightdome and was brought back in 2020. Adventuredome attractions include:
  • Chaos
  • Lazer Blast- Laser tag for the whole family
  • Angry Birds the Ride- located inside the Extreme Ride Theater
  • Spongebob Squarepants 4-D: The Great Jelly Rescue
  • Ice Age 4-D: No Time for Nuts
  • B.C. Bus
  • Drifters- Hot air balloon Ferris wheel
  • Frog Hopper
  • Thunderbirds
  • Free daily clown shows
  • Arcade
  • VR Room
  • Midway games
  • Xtreme zone- Bungee jumping and rock climbing
  • Sand Pirates-boat ride
  • NebulaZ- the newest attraction
  • Disk’O
  • Inverter
  • Sling Shot
Please note: most attractions have a height limit, so check before you go. Read More: Enjoy More Las Vegas Roller Coasters And Attractions At Circus Circus »

Midway

Always part of the original design, the Midway transports you to the carnival, where games of skill offer prizes for the lucky ones. Circus Circus offers a delightful mix of classic arcade games, state-of-the-art video games and competitive games to secure your bragging rights. Classics like Circus Downs have you rolling your ball to move your horse down the track faster than your competitors, with the stakes ramping up with every player added and better prizes to the victor.
Midway
Ever evolving to be on the cutting edge of entertainment, the Midway continues to grow and change with the times now offering contact-free methods of game payment with the new Midway Card. The Midway card is a reloadable card that offers an easy way to play your favorites and try some new games while you’re at it. Whether you’re collecting tickets for your next big score or adorable prizes on a date, the Midway promises to be fun for all ages.

Festival Grounds

A new addition to the Las Vegas Strip, this 37-acre open-air festival venue offers enough room for multiple stages, food vendors, outdoor pavilions, permanent restroom facilities and a dedicated transportation area—7.5 acres of one actually. Festivals that have been held at this location include Rock in Rio USA, iHeart Music Festival and Day N Vegas, to name a few. Located directly across from the SAHARA and next to the Circus Circus, this centrally located venue has been rocking crowds since 2014.

Casino

Circus Circus hotel casino
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Shopping

While Circus Circus doesn’t boast the brand name stores that other hotels on the Strip offer, you can be sure that there aren’t much better places to pick up a variety of Las Vegas-themed souvenirs than here. Most shopping is located on the Promenade just outside of the Adventuredome, with 40,000 square feet to peruse, shop and score great deals, you won’t be disappointed.

Hotel Shops

Circus Market

Convenience at your fingertips. If you forgot something at home, or are looking for your newspaper fix, this hotel lobby shop has it all and then some.

It’s Vegas

Shops conveniently located throughout the property at the Hotel Lobby, Promenade and casino levels, offering Circus Circus and Las Vegas exclusive merchandise.

Market Express

Another quick shop for the forgetful among guests, or a quick stop for an essential. Open 24 hours, located on the casino level.

Promenade

Shopping

Below the Knee

Socks, laces and everything a shoewear enthusiast needs to be the most stylish on the block.

Essentials

The perfect stop to grab sundries, candy and trinkets.

Trading Post

Satisfy your sweet tooth with the newest candy shop on the block or near the ‘dome.

Main Tower

Circus Spirits

Thirst stops here. Liquor, beer and wine are front and center for anyone needing a pick-me-up.

Gifts 4 Less

What’s in a name? The truth, in this case. You name it, they have it—with Las Vegas on it. Hair accessories, clothing and so much more await you.

Midway

Midway Gift Shop

Toys, shirts and snacks? What more could you need while playing your favorite games?

Circus Circus Las Vegas Reviews

3.4

Poor

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Rated 3.4/5 based on reviews from all travelers.

Close to Starbucks. Located near shopping areas with easy access to parking. Inadequate rooms with subpar service. Vibe is not too good.

Location
3.5 / 5
3217 reviews
Location is ok. Accessible by car, but parking is a hassle. Location is ok. Accessible by car, but parking is a hassle. Great sightseeing and not far from the city centre. Affordable parking. Restaurants & bars in the area are ok. Near to public transport and the airport. Close to business sites.
Bar
2.4 / 5
84 reviews
Poor bar with subpar drinks. The bar needs better service. Poor bar with subpar drinks. The bar needs better service.
Service
2.3 / 5
5209 reviews
Unprofessional, low rated restaurant service. Complaints about housekeeping and reception. Unprofessional, low rated restaurant service. Complaints about housekeeping and reception. Complaints about management, but acceptably friendly staff. Recreation staff is nice. Hotel security can be an issue. Room service could have been improved. Booking process should be better organized. Valet service could be better. Great childcare. The bar needs better service. Shuttle service can be an issue. Concierge service could be more helpful. Laundry service can be improved. Tour guide could be nicer.
WiFi
2.2 / 5
164 reviews
Wifi quality could be improved. Wifi quality could be improved.
Food
2.1 / 5
1147 reviews
Poor dining experience with uninteresting menus and bad side dishes. Restaurant is poorly priced and cleaned. Poor dining experience with uninteresting menus and bad side dishes. Restaurant is poorly priced and cleaned. Delicious beef dishes & steak. Okay dessert, fruits, and snacks. No good fish & seafood. Bad Vegetarian Food. Bad poultry dishes. Salads are not good.
Comfort
1.9 / 5
2486 reviews
Poor beds, with complaints about A/C and noise. Large rooms with typical bathrooms. Poor beds, with complaints about A/C and noise. Large rooms with typical bathrooms.
Vibe
1.8 / 5
2589 reviews
Atmosphere is friendly but the vibe is low. Hotel could use some updating. Atmosphere is friendly but the vibe is low. Hotel could use some updating. Entrance area is not particularly attractive. Hotel could be more stylish. Hotel is fairly plain. Awesome for families. Good choice for a city trip. Good casino hotel.
Room
1.6 / 5
8736 reviews
Guests complain about cleanliness, maintenance, and furnishing. Mediocre sized, poorly cleaned bathrooms. Guests complain about cleanliness, maintenance, and furnishing. Mediocre sized, poorly cleaned bathrooms. Great views from large but outdated rooms with subpar beds. Guests complained about kitchenettes, minibars, TV's, and A/C. Shower can be a problem.
Breakfast
1.5 / 5
178 reviews
Breakfast is reasonably priced, but not exceptional. Breakfast is reasonably priced, but not exceptional.
Wellness Area
1.3 / 5
56 reviews
Poorly reviewed fitness area. Poorly reviewed fitness area.
Amenities
1.3 / 5
4004 reviews
Good kids facilities but outdated. Elevator in need of updating. Good kids facilities but outdated. Elevator in need of updating. Poorly reviewed entrance area and poor handicap accessibility. Architecture not so nice. Smoking area is not nice. Outdoor sports facilities are ok. Adequate meeting & event facilities.
Cleanliness
1 / 5
5236 reviews
Bathrooms and rooms are untidy. Hotel facilities could use a good clean. Bathrooms and rooms are untidy. Hotel facilities could use a good clean. Dirty in the dining and pool areas.

Good to know

  • Elevator in need of updating
  • Hotel could use some updating
  • Hotel buildings could use some improvement
  • Rooms could be cleaner

Rated 3.1/5 based on reviews from families.

Great childcare.Recreation staff is nice.

Location
3.3 / 5
1261 reviews
Location is ok. Accessible by car, but parking is a hassle. Location is ok. Accessible by car, but parking is a hassle. Reasonably central, close to sightseeing and shopping. Affordable parking. Restaurants & bars in the area are ok. Close to public transport.
Value
3.1 / 5
853 reviews
Fairly good value for money. Food is a bit overpriced. Fairly good value for money. Food is a bit overpriced. Acceptable breakfast prices.
Service
2.2 / 5
2177 reviews
Unprofessional, low rated restaurant service. Complaints about housekeeping and reception. Unprofessional, low rated restaurant service. Complaints about housekeeping and reception. Complaints about management, but acceptably friendly staff. Recreation staff is nice. Hotel security can be an issue. Room service could have been improved. Valet service could be better. Booking process should be better organized. Great childcare. Concierge service could be more helpful. The bar needs better service. Shuttle service can be an issue.
WiFi
2.2 / 5
66 reviews
Wifi quality could be improved. Wifi quality could be improved.
Bar
2 / 5
25 reviews
Poor bar with subpar drinks. The bar needs better service. Poor bar with subpar drinks. The bar needs better service.
Comfort
1.8 / 5
1098 reviews
Poor beds, with complaints about A/C and noise. Large rooms with typical bathrooms. Poor beds, with complaints about A/C and noise. Large rooms with typical bathrooms.
Food
1.6 / 5
434 reviews
Guests complain about the dining, with a poor menu and high prices. Poorly rated desserts and fruits, and problems with dining area cleanliness. Guests complain about the dining, with a poor menu and high prices. Poorly rated desserts and fruits, and problems with dining area cleanliness. Snacks are ok. Delicious beef dishes & steak.
Vibe
1.5 / 5
1095 reviews
Atmosphere not particularly friendly, giving poor vibes. Hotel could use some updating. Atmosphere not particularly friendly, giving poor vibes. Hotel could use some updating. Entrance area is not particularly attractive. Hotel could be more stylish. Hotel is fairly plain.
Breakfast
1.4 / 5
73 reviews
Breakfast is reasonably priced, but not exceptional. Breakfast is reasonably priced, but not exceptional.
Room
1.4 / 5
3876 reviews
Outdated, rooms with poor cleanliness and maintenance. Mediocre sized, poorly cleaned bathrooms. Outdated, rooms with poor cleanliness and maintenance. Mediocre sized, poorly cleaned bathrooms. Poorly-furnished with bad TV's, understocked minibars and unsightly kitchenettes. Spacious rooms with subpar beds and A/C. Shower can be a problem. Average view.
Wellness Area
1.2 / 5
17 reviews
Wellness & sports facilities could be improved. Wellness & sports facilities could be improved.
Amenities
1.1 / 5
1739 reviews
Facilities in need of refurbishment. Elevator in need of updating. Facilities in need of refurbishment. Elevator in need of updating. Nice grounds with great facilities for kids. Poorly reviewed entrance area and poor handicap accessibility. Architecture not so nice. Smoking area is not nice.
Cleanliness
0.9 / 5
2389 reviews
Bathrooms and rooms are untidy. Hotel facilities could use a good clean. Bathrooms and rooms are untidy. Hotel facilities could use a good clean. Dirty in the dining and pool areas.

Good to know

  • Great childcare
  • Recreation staff is nice
  • Wonderful sightseeing
  • Great view

Rated 3.2/5 based on reviews from couples.

Location
3.4 / 5
356 reviews
Location is ok. Parking is average, and car access is inconvenient. Location is ok. Parking is average, and car access is inconvenient. Restaurants & bars in the area are ok. Affordable parking. Great sightseeing and not far from the city centre. Close to public transport.
Bar
2.3 / 5
9 reviews
Bar could improve. The bar needs better service. Bar could improve. The bar needs better service.
Service
2.3 / 5
427 reviews
Unprofessional, low rated restaurant service. Complaints about housekeeping and reception. Unprofessional, low rated restaurant service. Complaints about housekeeping and reception. Complaints about management, but acceptably friendly staff. Room service could have been improved. Hotel security can be an issue. Recreation staff is nice. Booking process should be better organized. Valet service could be better. The bar needs better service.
Room
1.9 / 5
868 reviews
Big rooms with nice views, yet somewhat old and neglected. Problems with bathroom cleanliness, furnishing, and kitchenettes. Big rooms with nice views, yet somewhat old and neglected. Problems with bathroom cleanliness, furnishing, and kitchenettes. Rooms in need of better cleaning, with poor quality TV's, minibars, and A/C. Shower can be a problem.
Breakfast
1.6 / 5
32 reviews
Breakfast can be improved. Breakfast can be improved.
Vibe
1.4 / 5
211 reviews
Atmosphere not particularly friendly, giving poor vibes. Hotel could use some updating. Atmosphere not particularly friendly, giving poor vibes. Hotel could use some updating. Entrance area is not particularly attractive. Hotel could be more stylish.
Amenities
1.3 / 5
316 reviews
Older facilities and unpleasant entrance area. Elevator in need of updating. Older facilities and unpleasant entrance area. Elevator in need of updating. Handicap accessible facilities can be a problem.
WiFi
1.2 / 5
5 reviews
Wifi quality could be improved. Wifi quality could be improved.
Cleanliness
1.1 / 5
471 reviews
Bathrooms and rooms are untidy. Hotel facilities could use a good clean. Bathrooms and rooms are untidy. Hotel facilities could use a good clean.

Good to know

  • The bar needs better service
  • Restaurant could offer better service
  • Smoking area is not nice
  • Bar could improve

Rated 3.1/5 based on reviews from solo travelers.

Location
4.4 / 5
114 reviews
Great location. Reasonably central, close to shopping, restaurants, and bars. Great location. Reasonably central, close to shopping, restaurants, and bars. Average parking. Affordable parking.
Service
2.9 / 5
127 reviews
Unprofessional service, with poor housekeeping and reception. Service is relatively friendly. Unprofessional service, with poor housekeeping and reception. Service is relatively friendly. Hotel security can be an issue. Room service could have been improved.
Room
2.4 / 5
244 reviews
Guests complain about cleanliness, maintenance, and furnishing. Great views from large but outdated rooms with subpar beds. Guests complain about cleanliness, maintenance, and furnishing. Great views from large but outdated rooms with subpar beds. Mediocre sized, poorly cleaned bathrooms. Guests complained about kitchenettes, minibars, TV's, and A/C. Shower can be a problem.
Food
2.1 / 5
27 reviews
Dining disappointed some guests in quality and price. Dining disappointed some guests in quality and price.
Cleanliness
1.6 / 5
136 reviews
Bathrooms and rooms are untidy. Hotel facilities could use a good clean. Bathrooms and rooms are untidy. Hotel facilities could use a good clean.
Breakfast
1.5 / 5
9 reviews
Breakfast can be improved. Breakfast can be improved.
Vibe
1.3 / 5
69 reviews
Atmosphere not particularly friendly, giving poor vibes. Hotel could use some updating. Atmosphere not particularly friendly, giving poor vibes. Hotel could use some updating. Hotel could be more stylish. Entrance area is not particularly attractive.
Amenities
1.2 / 5
98 reviews
Older facilities and unpleasant entrance area. Elevator in need of updating. Older facilities and unpleasant entrance area. Elevator in need of updating. Architecture not so nice.
WiFi
1.1 / 5
9 reviews
Wifi quality could be improved. Wifi quality could be improved.

Good to know

  • Architecture not so nice
  • Hotel could be more stylish
  • Booking process should be better organized
  • Dining experience could be nicer

Rated 3/5 based on reviews from business travelers.

Close to business sites.

Location
3.7 / 5
60 reviews
Great location with excellent sightseeing. Parking is rare. Great location with excellent sightseeing. Parking is rare. Close to business sites.
Food
2.3 / 5
22 reviews
Food and menu are not highly reviewed. Delicious beef dishes & steak. Food and menu are not highly reviewed. Delicious beef dishes & steak.
Comfort
2.2 / 5
46 reviews
Poor beds, with complaints about A/C and noise. Poor beds, with complaints about A/C and noise.
Service
2.2 / 5
79 reviews
Unprofessional service, with poor housekeeping and reception. Service is relatively friendly. Unprofessional service, with poor housekeeping and reception. Service is relatively friendly. Hotel security can be an issue.
Room
2 / 5
142 reviews
Complaints about maintenance and cleanliness in rooms and bathrooms. Great views, but poor quality beds and furniture in somewhat old rooms. Complaints about maintenance and cleanliness in rooms and bathrooms. Great views, but poor quality beds and furniture in somewhat old rooms. Guests complained about kitchenettes, minibars, TV's, and A/C.
Breakfast
1.5 / 5
5 reviews
Breakfast can be improved. Breakfast can be improved.
Amenities
1.5 / 5
54 reviews
Older facilities and unpleasant entrance area. Elevator in need of updating. Older facilities and unpleasant entrance area. Elevator in need of updating.
WiFi
1.4 / 5
8 reviews
Wifi quality could be improved. Wifi quality could be improved.
Cleanliness
1.3 / 5
92 reviews
Bathrooms and rooms are untidy. Hotel facilities could use a good clean. Bathrooms and rooms are untidy. Hotel facilities could use a good clean.
Vibe
1.3 / 5
49 reviews
Atmosphere not particularly friendly, giving poor vibes. Hotel could use some updating. Atmosphere not particularly friendly, giving poor vibes. Hotel could use some updating. Entrance area is not particularly attractive.

Good to know

  • Close to business sites
  • Management should be more attentive
  • TV needs to be updated
  • Complaints about WiFi

FAQs about Circus Circus Las Vegas Hotel

Where is Circus Circus Las Vegas?

Circus Circus Las Vegas is found at 2880 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89109 - browse our map of the Las Vegas Strip.

Does Circus Circus have smoking rooms?

Circus Circus does not have smoking hotel rooms.

What is the best tower at Circus Circus?

While the West Tower has quality Strip rooms and shopping, each of the four towers at Circus Circus has its own perks.

Is Adventuredome open?

Yes, the Circus Circus Adventuredome is open and remains one of the most fun-filled attractions on the Strip. Read more about Circus Circus and everything it has to offer.

Is Circus Circus good for kids?

With its wide range of activities that are fun for the whole family, such as Adventuredome and live circus performances, Circus Circus is one of the most kid-friendly hotels on the Strip.

Does Circus Circus have a pool?

Yes, Circus Circus has a bright, fun pool area with different water features for kids and adults to enjoy. Explore more pools on the Strip to enjoy the amenities each one has to offer.

Where is Circus Circus in Las Vegas on the Strip?

Circus Circus is a budget-friendly hotel located on the North Strip in Las Vegas, close to other notable properties like The STRAT Hotel, Casino & SkyPod.