Flamingo Las Vegas

3555 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89109
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The Flamingo Hotel is one of those properties you know has history. Just its name alone has become synonymous with Las Vegas. In fact, ever since its opening the day after Christmas 1946, it has been one of the most famous hotels on the Strip. Since that day full of classic Las Vegas glamour, the Flamingo has gone through many changes, updates, and ownerships. Most notably, the latest major makeover was done by the current owners, Caesars Entertainment Corporation. This renovation cost 90 million dollars and harken back to the golds and glitz of retro-chic Las Vegas.

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1 King Bed 1206-sq-foot room with city views Layout - Dining area and sitting area Internet - WiFi Entertainment - Flat-screen TV with pay movies Food & Drink - Room service (limited) Sleep - Pillowtop bed and bed sheets Bathroom - Private bathroom, shower, free toiletries, and a hair dryer Practical - Safe, iron/ironing board, and laptop workspace; rollaway/extra beds and cribs/infant beds available on request Comfort - Climate-controlled air conditioning Eco-friendly - Eco-friendly toiletries and LED light bulbs Need to Know - Housekeeping on request Non-Smoking Connecting/adjoining rooms can be requested, subject to availability

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Swimming Pools at the Flamingo Las Vegas

One of the biggest pulls for guests to the Flamingo is the legendary GO Pool on site. Flamingo’s GO Pool has one water slide, two pools, and nineteen cabanas. Book one of these cabanas, or a daybed, to have a base camp for an entire day of fun poolside. Kids love it and adults do too. This area is also known as the Flamingo Beach Club Pool. Older members of the family will love rocking to the DJs and other entertainment booked here. Lay out in the desert sun and sip your favorite cocktail while enjoying some spectacular family time. Online daybed and cabana reservations are available for both the Beach Club Pool and the Go Pool.

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Flamingo Las Vegas is a Pet Friendly hotel

The Flamingo wants to welcome every member of your family- even your dogs. Bring up to two pups along on your trip, and stay in an exclusive PetStay room. There is a fee per day for your puppers to attend. Ironically, dogs are the only pets allowed, which means…no flamingos. This fee is $75 for each day of your stay, plus an additional nightly $100 deposit. This deposit is refundable if no damage is incurred to the hotel room. Dogs must weigh less than fifty pounds and be crated whenever you leave your room. The front desk has kennels if you forgot yours at home, or didn’t want to take it on your plane. The PetStay rooms, indicated by that name at booking, are simply rooms like the Studio or Fab Room, but with extra amenities. Your dogs will have food and water dishes, mats, waste bags, and dog treats to enjoy. Be sure to adhere to all the policies and ensure that your furry family member has the best stay without causing any damage or additional fines. If you follow them all, you'll be sure to create memories for your four legged friends to last a lifetime.

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Flamingo Las Vegas is a Child Friendly hotel

The Flamingo can be considered a kid friendly hotel for one major reason: bunk beds. There are a number of rooms to choose from that offer bunk beds here, including the Flamingo Room and the Flamingo Bunk Bed Suite. The hotel itself has 15 freshly renovated rooms with bunk beds, one of which is a suite. Flamingo's bunk bed rooms come complete with two queen size beds along with options for either one or two bunk beds to be lofted above. It not only suits children but large groups, as a a bachelor or bachelorette party of six people can sleep comfortably at this hotel without putting someone in the bathtub. In the Flamingo Room, you will have two queen beds with interesting structures. The posts coming from each corner actually rise up and support one overhead bunk bed. The Flamingo Bunk Bed Suite has the same, but with much more space. This room also has two big couches, where kids can watch any of the multiple 55-inch TVs found throughout the suite. These specialty rooms go fast, so be sure to book ahead and call for availability.

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Flamingo Las Vegas is a cheap hotel

Even though the Flamingo is one of the most famous Las Vegas hotels, it is also one of the most cost-effective. There are rooms here for any budget, whether you’re hoping to spend around $100 a night for something standard, or a higher price for the most luxurious suites.

Nothing about these rooms will leave you wanting more, regardless of budget. Many of the rooms were recently renovated, and have newer furnishings and features to compliment an already low price. The standard accommodations are cozy and intimate, with GO rooms and Flamingo rooms sitting at 350 square feet, respectively. Each mentioned room houses one king bed or two queen beds, which more expansive rooms and suites offer in tandem, allowing you the luxury of choice. Note: smoking rooms may incur higher costs.

For fun and frivolity at Flamingo, guests won’t have to look far for budget-friendly attractions. The Flamingo Wildlife Habitat is completely free and perfect for kids to enjoy, and more fun can be had at the property pools. Check out the food court and Flamingo’s restaurants for cheap eats as well, and don’t forget to stop by to see Piff and Mr. Piffles for tickets costing less than ones for comparable Las Vegas comedy shows.

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Flamingo Las Vegas is in the Middle of the Strip

When the Flamingo was originally opened by Bugsy Siegel in 1946, there were far fewer lights in this remote desert town. Now, the Flamingo is right in the middle of one of the biggest tourism areas in America.

The Flamingo itself sits just a little back from the Las Vegas Strip. Its restaurants and the Flamingo Wine and Spirits Store actually line the famous street.

However, you can easily access the Strip from your hotel room. Right across the street is Caesar’s Palace and the OMNIA nightclub. To the north is the Linq, and to the south is the Bellagio Fountains and Paris Las Vegas. You really won’t believe you’re staying right in the midst of it all.

Face it, you’re coming to Las Vegas and what better place to be than in the middle of all the action. That’s where this hotel is and for those who choose the Flamingo year after year, location is a big part of it. See the Strip and enjoy all that there is to offer. With the world of Fabulous Las Vegas just outside your door, everything you could want to buy, see, taste and experience is a short walk or drive away.

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Flamingo Las Vegas is a Hotel with Rooms

If you are simply looking for the perfect place to rest each night, and plan to spend the majority of your time at the casino, consider booking a room at the Flamingo. Each room is fairly small, yet comfortable, and updated well.

First, consider the Go Room with white and gold features. While small, at only 350 square feet, this is the perfect room for those wishing to travel light. A King or Queen room is an option here as well as your choice of view.

The Fab Room is another option, also with 350 square feet. This room is a bit more heavy on the decorations, with stylish lighting and vintage Las Vegas artwork. Again, choose your bed style and view preference.

The basic Flamingo room is a slight upgrade, with a chaise lounge, rain shower, and modern decor. Choose a High Roller, Garden, or Strip view, and remember to consider a room with bunks. Or, choose the Executive Room, which has the same amenities but with 450 square feet of living space.

A Premium Room is your largest room option, with the same amount of space as the smallest suite. These rooms have cool furniture and a wall of windows to enjoy your view.

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Flamingo Las Vegas is a Hotel with Smoking Rooms

When searching for a Las Vegas hotel that allows smoking, it can feel like finding a needle in a haystack. Many hotels with casino floors allow smoking in this area, but not as many allow it in their rooms. Some hotels do have rooms where smoking is allowed, but these rooms are on certain floors and may be few and far between.

The Flamingo however, has many different smoking rooms and suites to choose from. Almost every variety of room has a non-smoking option. If you want to make sure you and your guests have a smoking room, you can peruse all they offer.

What makes The Flamingo stand out for smokers is that some of the rooms which allow smoking are more than just a normal bed and TV spot. The Flamingo Room, with two queen size beds and a view of the Las Vegas Strip, allows smoking. It’s 350 square feet and definitely surprises many tobacco lovers when booking rooms for the first time.

Of course, smoking is limited to the locations they are allowed in. So, for the health of fellow guests and cleanliness of the establishment (and common courtesy), be sure to follow all rules and regulations before you light up.

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Flamingo Las Vegas has rooms with a view of the Strip

The Flamingo offers a few rooms that have guaranteed views of the Las Vegas Strip. These include the Flamingo Room and the Go Room. Other rooms have dedicated views facing out to the rest of the city, or down to the gardens of the Flamingo. If the view is important to planning your trip, be sure to inquire about the view your room will offer.

Other rooms, and all suites, have views that vary. This means that depending on where your room is in the resort, you may look out over the city, to the gardens, or out to the Strip. To make sure you have the room and view you want, indicate as such when you book.

The view is a beauty though and, for many travelers, the sights they can see from the window of their Flamingo room or suite is worth the price alone. Situated in the center of the Strip, the Flamingo gives guests a chance to take in all the views without ever stepping foot outside their rooms. What you see, however, is dependent on where you are staying so be sure that you ask about your room’s location at the time of booking to ensure that you get the best possible scene during your stay.

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Flamingo Las Vegas has Suites

The Flamingo has many great options for you and your family if you wish to stay in a suite. Most of their suites are one bedroom, but still very nice.

Small Suites
The smallest suites at the Flamingo are the Go Mini Suites. These smoking or non-smoking suites sit in rooms of 550 square feet. These suites have one king bed, a refrigerator, workspace, and a place to watch TV.

The Junior Suite is the same size, but with a little more privacy. The modern decor flows throughout the room, which has a sofa and three unique lounging chairs.

Medium Suites
The Neapolitan Suite is a little bigger, with 700 square feet, and much more luxurious. This non-smoking or smoking room has lively pinks, whites, and browns throughout its furnishings, and a full bath with a Jacuzzi.

The Cosmopolitan Suite has anywhere from 800 to 900 square feet of space. You’ll look out your large windows to the High Roller, while enjoying your workspace, living room, and dining room. Delightful chandeliers add a level of luxury to these rooms.

The Royal Suite is next on our list, with 900 square feet. Decorated in the dark blues of a night sky and the beiges of the Las Vegas desert, you’ll love the home-like vibes. Your view will be the Linq’s High Roller next door.

Large Suites
If you’re looking for even more space, try the Luxury Suite at the Flamingo. In its 1,200 square feet you’ll find a King bed, full living area, and a fridge. Your room will overlook the gardens below.

The Fab Executive Suite also has 1,200 square feet and one King bed. This room has a wet bar, and you’ll love entertaining guests in the living area. This room also has the option to connect with a second room, making your total space accommodations 1,600 square feet.

Then, there’s the Flamingo Executive Suite. An entire wall of this room is windows. You’ll love your rain shower in your bathroom, your bar area with three stools, and unique lounge chairs.

Finally, the Forever Fab Suite has a private master bedroom with King bed, an open concept living and dining area, and a bathroom with stone furnishings. Expand this room with another to reach 1,800 square feet.

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More About Flamingo Las Vegas

Whatever traveling companions you bring along with you, the Flamingo will have something for everyone. Many visitors will appreciate the cost effective options in accommodations. Families with young children will enjoy the Flamingo GO Pool and bunk beds found in some rooms. Those hoping to see a great show will be able to here, with classics like burlesque and Wayne Newton. The party-goers in your group will love experiencing Bird Bar, the Garden Bar, and Bugsy’s Bar. Foodies and restaurant gurus will love trying the gourmet dining options on site, like Bugsy and Meyer’s Steakhouse, a direct reflection back on the original owner of the Flamingo.

 

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The History of the Flamingo Hotel

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The proud Flamingo Las Vegas Hotel and Casino is the oldest Las Vegas Boulevard resort in full operation. Construction began in 1945 and, after the original builder ran into some financial trouble, the notorious Bugsy Siegel opened the doors the day after Christmas 1946. You’ll see many references to the mobster throughout the hotel, like Bugsy’s Bar. Credit to one of Bugsy’s associates, Meyer Lansky, can also be seen.

The name “Flamingo” has several possible origins. The original builder of the property, Billy Wilkerson, whom Bugsy had acquired it from, is reported to have named it during the planning stages. However, there are rumors it was named after Bugsy’s then-girlfriend, Virginia Hill. It was her long, skinny legs that earned her the nickname. He also had an interest in a race track where flamingos were often seen nearby. He viewed them as a good omen when placing his bets.

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The most recent renovations to the property were completed in 2018 and brought the Flamingo into the modern age, while paying homage to its past. Pink and gold create a retro-chic vibe that appeals to both young and old guests alike. It is one of the most family-friendly establishments on the Strip.

With a long and storied past, several different owners, and many separate buildings that have been torn down or newly constructed, one thing hasn’t changed. The Flamingo has quite a legacy and we hope that it remains as the longest-running Las Vegas Strip hotel to date.

The Resort

Rooms

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You have the option of the Fab Room or the GO Room if choosing a traditional hotel room at the Flamingo. While the Fab Room has everything you need, such as being quite comfortable and tastefully decorated, the GO Room has just a bit more. You’ll find more modern touches like electronic window coverings and an upgraded bathroom.

Executive Rooms

These rooms are designed to include everything that the traveling professional needs when away from home. You also have the choice of a Fab or GO Executive Room so you can decide just what room amenities you need when booking.

Studios

Flamingo Studios are similar to their counterpart rooms but offer much more space. They are perfect for families or small groups traveling together who share a reservation. Being able to spread out a little and comfortably unpack makes the Studios a popular option.

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Suites

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As with any Las Vegas Strip hotel, the Flamingo has quite a few suites from which to choose. The GO Mini Suite is just that. Designed for solo travelers or couples, you get the upgrades of a suite without more space than you need. The Cosmopolitan Suite is a perfect blend of amenities and value. If you’re a true high roller or coming to Las Vegas to party, the Metropolitan Suite might be the way to go, and don’t forget the upgrades that come alongside Executive suites.

Strip and High Roller Views

Most of the Flamingo rooms and suites are available with a view of either the Strip or the High Roller observation wheel. Those bookings may also have some other upgrades compared to the rooms with the same.

Visit The LINQ High Roller and try to spot your Flamingo hotel room from that vantage point.

Weddings

Many Las Vegas wedding venues cater to much larger events, capable of seating dozens or hundreds of guests. However, the Flamingo offers five on-site locations for a wedding ceremony, some perfect for up to just 15 people. This makes for a more intimate experience.

Both indoor and outdoor locations are available for a wedding ceremony. Event planning and wedding packages are available starting at triple-digit prices, making it one of the most affordable and unique Las Vegas wedding venues.

Banquet Halls

Banquet halls at the Flamingo are specifically designed for dinner events or other catered gatherings. Spaces are customizable based on need, and catering services are also available. Restaurants can seat small, medium, or large groups with reservations. Complete restaurant buy-out arrangements can be made in advance.

Ballrooms

The Eldorado Ballroom is the smaller of the two, at 7,552 square feet, with configurable layouts to match your needs. Meeting spaces are nearby if needed. The much larger Sunset Ballroom features 22-foot-high ceilings and floor-to-ceiling windows overlooking the Strip. It’s sure to make an impression on your guests.

Meeting and Convention Space

The Red Rock Rooms are fully customizable for large and small events, with the on-site business center close by for any last-minute preparations. The maximum guest capacity is 1,200 people, but rooms can accommodate as few as four.

Pools

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The Flamingo Las Vegas hotel casino has two pool options for guests. The Beach Club Pool for swimmers of all ages or the Dayclub for adults only are both met with great reviews.

Beach Club Day Pool

The Beach Club Pool is family-friendly, with waterfalls and even a slide. Lounge chairs are always available, as are daybeds and cabanas by reservation. Cabanas enjoy a ceiling fan, lounge chairs and TVs, as well as a dedicated server and host.

GO Pool

Let the fun and frivolity of the GO Pool shape your afternoon. This pool for adults is a spread-out, colorful escape from the Strip action.

Flamingo Showroom

The Flamingo Showroom is a classic. The tables and booths up front give you that vintage-Vegas vibe for a live show experience that’s as intimate as it is entertaining. The seating arrangements may change based on the show, but it’s a relatively small venue, especially considering its counterparts at other hotels in the middle of the Las Vegas Strip. There’s not a bad seat in the house.

Parking

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Self-parking at the hotel is free for the first hour for guests or the first three hours for local residents with a Nevada ID. Daily rates may be higher if there is an event. Valet parking is available at varying rates for weekdays and weekends. Both self-parking and valet are complimentary for Caesars Rewards members with Platinum status or higher.

Several sister properties share the parking garage. Spots may be designated for valet parking or Hertz car rentals. When parking in the garage, be sure you are parking in a self-parking space.

Transportation

The Flamingo offers quite a few transportation options for guests, making it easy to get around. Rideshares like Uber and Lyft have a designated pickup drop-off point at the South Entrance, near the Promenade and front desk. The McCarran International Airport and tour shuttles pick up near the East Entrance by the monorail walkway. It’s the entrance closest to the Gardens. You’ll also find the self-parking garage at this entrance with access to the Hertz rental cars.

Las Vegas Monorail

The elevated monorail walkway near the Gardens will take you to the Flamingo & Caesars Palace Monorail Station. The Monorail has several stops along the East side of Las Vegas Boulevard, connecting many of the Strip hotel casinos. You can grab a one-ride pass, but we recommend a one-day, five-day or seven-day pass if you plan on using it often.

Notables

Flamingo Wildlife Habitat

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The Wildlife Habitat in the Gardens at the Flamingo is a beautiful respite from the heat of the Vegas desert. Walk the sidewalks and over the streams filled with fish to take pictures by the waterfalls. It’s the flamingos and exotic birds that steal the show. The Gardens are free to enter and an activity the whole family can enjoy.

The Spa at Flamingo

The Spa at Flamingo offers single service treatments like a massage or facial as well as complete packages for an entire day of relaxation. Melt away muscle pain or enjoy soothing aromatherapy as add-on packages and be sure to take advantage of the relaxation room.

Your stay at the hotel also includes access to the fitness center equipped with cardio and strength training machines.

Restaurants

The Flamingo offers a wide array of cuisines and styles of restaurants. Whether you’re looking for something affordable to feed the entire family or want a more intimate dinner for two, you’ll find the perfect place to eat here.

Paradise Garden Buffet

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There are many buffets on the Las Vegas Strip, but none other with a view like this one. You’ll enjoy the scene of the Wildlife Habitat while eating as much food as you’d like from the myriad options served daily. With natural lighting and lush, tropical scenery, the Paradise Garden Buffet takes the cake.

Bugsy & Meyer’s Steakhouse

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If you ever want to experience vintage Vegas, this is the place to do it. You’ll enter through a bakery “front” to the actual restaurant behind it in true speakeasy fashion. You’re in for a treat with high-quality steak and the best mixed drinks. If you are sharing a meal with someone special, head to the Count Room, where you will be served exclusive cocktails and small plates in a much more intimate setting.

Carlos ‘N Charlie’s Restaurant

Bring the whole family to Carlos ‘N Charlies for a festive Mexican dinner, then come back later for the late-night fiesta dance party. You might find yourself wearing a balloon hat while you’re enjoying tasty, inspired drinks.

Club Cappuccino

This Las Vegas coffee house with a selection of coffees, teas and even smoothies. Get your day going with some caffeine and a sandwich, salad, or a delicious baked breakfast treat. There are two Club Cappuccino locations at Flamingo, as well as plenty of other spots for breakfast on the strip.

Margaritaville

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The tropical-themed Flamingo is the perfect Las Vegas location for Margaritaville. The restaurant features multiple levels, great music inspired by Jimmy Buffett himself, and a vibe that’s just as chill as the drinks they serve.

Nook Express

When you’re in a rush, head to Nook Express, grab some coffee or tea to keep you going as well as a fresh pastry or two. You’ll even find pizza and gourmet entrees that are ready to go when you are.

Food Court

Bonanno’s New York Pizzeria

You’ll find all your favorite your favorite Italian food favorites here, from hand-tossed pizza to spaghetti and meatballs. It feels like an authentic New York pizzeria.

Johnny Rocket’s

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Johnny Rocket’s does classic American fare the old-fashioned way, serving all the tried-and-true favorites: hamburgers, fries and malts.

Pan Asian Express

Even though the food is fast, this express bistro serves up modern takes on Asian-food classics. Stir fry chefs prepare your meal to order for the freshest and most flavorful menu around.

L.A. Subs & Salads

Find subs, wraps, panini, salads and so much more at L.A. Subs & Salads. If you’re craving something fresh and light, this is where you want to go.

Bars

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There are plenty of restaurants on the Strip, but the Flamingo also offers three unique bar experiences for guests and visitors. Choose one and try a signature cocktail or visit all three and decide which you like best.

The Garden Bar

Perfectly situated inside the Flamingo gardens, the Garden Bar has a laid-back vibe perfect for sipping on a cocktail and chatting with friends. Meet up with them to plan your night or relax here for a bit before calling it a night.

Bugsy’s Bar

Just like the other casino hotspots bearing his name, Bugsy’s Bar will take you back to his era with a vintage-style atmosphere. Bugsy’s is a walk-up bar that welcomes you with shining neon reminiscent of “old” Vegas. Play a few reels or hands on the bartop slot machines while you sip a drink.

Bird Bar

The Bird Bar is unlike any other on the Strip. With dozens of bird cages gracing the ceiling, this is one hot spot to hang out with friends. Las Vegas Boulevard patio seating is available for the ultimate people-watching experience.

Entertainment

Shows

RuPaul’s Drag Race Live!

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This production is fun, unique, and immersive based on the drag race reality show. The most famous names in the industry grace the Flamingo Showroom stage to show off their many talents.

Wayne Newton

The legendary Las Vegas entertainer, Wayne Newton, will be performing once again at the Flamingo. His show includes audience interaction and personal stories from his career, in addition to performing his classic hits.

X Burlesque

Bugsy’s Cabaret is the venue for this adults-only show featuring talented, topless dancers. Whether a date night or a bachelor party, be prepared for audience interaction during this playful and exciting show.

Piff the Magic Dragon

You may have seen Piff the Magic Dragon during one of his appearances on America’s Got Talent. Now, you can catch him headlining a family-friendly show at the Flamingo.

Events

So many seasonal events are happening at Flamingo. Check back for more information.

Nightclubs and Dayclubs

GO Pool Dayclub

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The GO Pool Dayclub is the Flamingo pool party for adults only. Enjoy popular DJs and a mix of entertainment options depending on the day of your visit. The poolside bar serves up delicious cocktails, or you can opt for VIP drink service with your own cabana. You will need to purchase a ticket to the Dayclub in advance.

Other Attractions

Commemorative Bricks

You can create a lasting memory in Las Vegas by having a custom brick engraved and placed in the Gardens at the Flamingo. When walking through, be sure to look at some of the bricks featuring messages that others have left behind.

Casino

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The Flamingo is a gambler’s paradise with over 1,600 slot machines and 130 gaming tables. The Race & Sportsbook features comfortable seating and plenty of screens to catch all the events fit for a bet. Read more about the Flamingo casino.

Shopping

From souvenir shops to the everyday essentials to the latest in luxury fashion or the best wines worldwide, the Flamingo has shopping for everyone. Stores are located throughout the casino and their famous Promenade.

Looking for more things to do on the Las Vegas Strip? Check out all of the nearby malls for all shopping needs, or look into some of the famous free Las Vegas attractions that are sure to please.

Retail Shops

Flamingo Wine & Spirits

With an extensive list of wine and liquors, you’ll find exactly what you’re looking for here. Grab your tobacco items or snacks as well when you stop by this 24/7 store.

Karma & Luck

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Karma & Luck celebrates cultures and styles from all around the world with unique gemstones and gemstone jewelry. Come “manifest your dreams” and take a little Luck with you back to the casino.

Landau

The most in-design fashion jewelry trends are found at the Flamingo’s Landau. The store offers earrings, necklaces, bracelets, rings and even curated sets to match any style outfit.

Lick

The interactive photo booth will pull you in, but it will be hard to leave without trying one of the candies or chocolates at LICK. Here, you may find some risqué or more adult-themed sweets and other designer candies.

Lola Soap

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Is that a bakery treat from Cafe Cappuccino or a bar from Lola Soap? Might want to check the receipt before you take a bite. The soaps here smell and feel as sweet as they look.

Marshall Rousso

Marshall Rousso’s is your Promande stop for fashionable shoes and accessories. Feel free to stop in and browse their exclusive jewelry designs.

Scene

The hot Las Vegas sun can get bright. When shopping for designer eyewear, you want to start at Scene. They carry all the top brands, including Oakley, Prada, Gucci, Ray-Ban and many others.

RuPaul’s Werkroom

The Werkroom isn’t only a retail store and gift shop with fantastic items based on the reality show and RuPauls Live! Experience. You may just run into the performers or find something for your own makeover here as well.

Commemorative Bricks

If you’re interested in creating a unique brick to leave behind in the Flamingo gardens, this is the place to do it. You’ll have to come back and see the brick when it’s in place, so you can take a photo.

Hotel Gift Shops

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Promenade Gift Shop

If you’re looking for a souvenir, this is the place to find several. Flamingo accessories and apparel, Las Vegas and local sports team merchandise, and more are at the Promenade Gift Shop. They also carry a large selection of alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages, snacks and personal care products.

Flocked

Flocked is the gift store for all those fun-loving guests looking for something colorful and bright to bring home. Look for the bright pink flamingo neon sign on top.

Habitat Gift Shop

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The Habitat Gift Shop carries souvenirs perfect for those back home who want to experience the beauty of the Flamingo’s gardens without having to travel. Their new shirt or sunglasses might just inspire them to take a trip to the Flamingo themselves.

Magnet Max

Quirky Las Vegas souvenirs and unique gifts are what Magnet Max does best. Be sure to check out the extra-large foam dice or sunglasses.

The Essentials

Destinations

This 24/7 shop is the place to go for quick snacks and drinks, tobacco products and as any personal care items you may have forgotten to bring with you. Destinations is located on the casino floor.

Essentials To Go

Also carrying all the essentials you may need along with Flamingo and Las Vegas souvenirs, this 24/7 store is located across from Jimmy Buffett’s Margaritaville and next to Landau.

The Flamingo Promenade

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The Flamingo Promenade is a row of shops that run from the hotel and casino to the valet and self-parking by the East Entrance. You’ll find plenty of shops for your retail therapy, as well as the Spa at Flamingo and several of the hotel’s restaurants.

The Future of the Flamingo

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With how much has changed since the Flamingo opened its doors in 1946, there is almost a guarantee that there will be more changes forthcoming. We look forward to seeing what those changes are as the owner of the Flamingo resort, Caesars Entertainment, looks toward the future.

 

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Flamingo Las Vegas – Be Enticed to Stay, Play and Earn Rewards

How do happy guests describe the Flamingo Las Vegas experience?

Reviewers have noted that “the Strip views are killer,” and that the pool is, “super chill and a lot of fun,” which are just some of the property’s visitor accolades. Before you get too busy at this famous center Strip property, learn about Caesars Rewards and start earning at the Flamingo casino.

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How to Earn Caesars Rewards at Flamingo Las Vegas

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Caesars offers two types of rewards. Tier Credit determines your player status at the resort: Gold, Platinum, Diamond or Seven Stars. Reward Credit determines how many points you have to spend at the Flamingo Las Vegas or other Caesars properties.

Earn When you Book Your Room

For every Tier Credit earned you receive one Reward Credit. Tier Credits have no dollar value and each Reward Credit equals one cent. That means you would have to accumulate 100 Reward Credits to earn $1. Hotel guests receive one Tier Credit and one Reward Credit for every $1 spent on rooms and resort fees. Reservations must be booked on the hotel’s website.

Collect Rewards While Drinking, Dining and Enjoying Shows

Earn one Tier and one Reward Credit for every $1 spent at participating Flamingo restaurants. Accumulate credits at most bars on the property and when you buy tickets to a show. Popular at the Flamingo in 2022 are Piff the Magic Dragon, RuPaul and Wayne Newton.

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Shop and Earn

Does your dream vacation involve spending money outside the casino? Earn Tier and Reward Credit at Flamingo when you buy anything from souvenirs and spirits to a whole new wardrobe. Earn and spend rewards at shops including Flamingo Wine & Spirits, the Promenade Gift Shop and the Margaritaville Retail Store. Earn one of each credit for every dollar spent.

Relax and Earn

One pool has a waterfall and slide, the other is a wild dayclub. Spend the day by the water and watch those points multiply. Earn one of each type of credit for every $1 spent on sundries, drinks and other purchases at the resort’s 15-acre Caribbean-style pool, which is closed for the season. Guests can also use the fitness center, escape to the wildlife habitat and earn rewards while unwinding at the Spa at Flamingo.

Comps and Promotions

Accumulate Comps on Gambling Machines

Players earn one Reward Credit and one Tier Credit for every $5 put through a slot machine at this Las Vegas hotel and casino. Put $500 through a slot machine and earn 100 credits, worth $1. For every $10 played on a video poker machine, players earn one Reward Credit and one Tier Credit. It takes longer to earn credits at video poker because the payout ratio is higher. Some machines are worth less, but those are clearly marked, according to the casino.

How Comps are Calculated

In the long run, the house keeps a piece of every dollar a gambler puts at risk in a casino. That’s why employees at Las Vegas casinos are happy to offer rewards to loyal gamblers. Comps are based on the average dollar amount a player is expected to lose each day, known as average daily theoretical, or ADT. It’s the way a casino calculates what a player is worth to them. Slot machines are the most profitable way to raise your ADT.

To calculate your ADT, the pit boss observes your play. He records how much you cashed in and out for, how long you stayed at the table and  how much you bet. Typically, an average bet of $25 a hand is required to have your play rated at a Las Vegas Strip hotel casino. One way in which ADT is determined is by the expected loss of the game, multiplied by how long you play multiplied by the size of your wager. In the end, the casino comes up with a dollar figure representing how much it expects you to lose each day, and comps you around 20 to 30% of that amount.

How to get More Comps

Remember to put your player’s card in the machine or hand it to the dealer, but not every time you’re in the casino. When you don’t plan to gamble long or invest much money, leave your card in your wallet. Here’s why: put $500 into play over five hours on Saturday, then blow off $50 before your flight on Sunday and you’ll ruin your good rating. Go ahead and play on Sunday, just don’t use your player’s card.

It may not be what you had planned, but you’ll earn the most comps by depleting your entire gambling budget in one day at the same casino. Gambling $600 during the same day will earn you a much higher rating and more free stuff than betting $200 in chips each day for three days.

Back-End Comps

Hotel and casino guests who gamble a lot can request comps, and sometimes they will be granted. Charge everything to your room and before checkout, go to the rewards desk and ask to speak to a casino host.  Ask them to review your play and see if he can remove any of your charges.

Use a Casino Host 

Think of your casino host as a concierge at a hotel. A host will remember the things that you like and get you good comps. Big betters are often pursued by casino hosts. If that hasn’t happened, a player can ask the rewards desk to check his play to see if he qualifies for one.

Line of Credit

Most large casinos, including the Flamingo, allow players to apply for a line of credit. This gives a player the freedom to gamble without carrying cash or being burdened by the constraints of daily ATM limits and fees. The minimum amount that can be requested is $1000. The application is on the resort’s website. If approved, the casino gives you a marker that can be traded to the dealer for chips. Typically, a player has 30 days to pay off a marker, but the casino prefers you settle up before check-out. Learn More About Gambling On The Strip »

More Games and Rewards

  • Live Keno – One Reward Credit and one Tier Credit for every $3
  • Racing – One Reward Credit and one Tier Credit for every $3
  • Sports – One Reward Credit and one Tier Credit for $5 in potential profit [up to 10x original bet]
  • Caesars Online Sportsbook – Available in Nevada
  • One Reward Credit and one Tier Credit for $5 in potential profit for up to 10x original bet

Always Take Advantage of Promotions

From time to time, Caesars Rewards offers multipliers, giving guests bonus credits for every dollar spent. In late December 2021, a 5x Tier Credit multiplier event meant anyone lucky enough to be at a Caesars property could rack up Tier Credits at record speed. The extra credits aren’t applied automatically. Make sure to register for all promotions.

Reward Tiers

How do I Spend my Rewards Credits?

  • At Caesars Rewards Center for a comp slip
  • For items in the Caesars Rewards eCatalog
  • For casino free play at a 2:1 ratio [200 Reward Credits = $1]
  • Show your Rewards Card to cash out at restaurants, bars, shops, and to buy tickets for shows
  • Redeem rewards to pay for treatments at Voie Spa & Salon
  • Submit your Caesars Rewards account number at check-in and use your credits towards your bill at check-out
  • Reward Credits for gift cards and in-room movies are redeemed at a 2:1 ratio

Protect your Rewards Credits

Stop using your rewards card for six months, and your credits expire, but you only need to earn a single credit at any Caesars’ property in the United States to remain active. However, your Tier Credits reset to zero every January.

Gold Tier 

Guests automatically achieve Gold Tier status when they sign up for a player’s card. Each tier includes free or discounted rooms and one free night for every 5,000 credits earned.

Platinum Tier – 5,000 Credits

Reach platinum status fast when you earn 2,500 Tier Credits in one promotional day and collect a 5,000 credit bonus. Get free valet and self-parking, a 15% discount at casino gift shops and a three night stay at Atlantis, Paradise Island.

Diamond Tier – 15,000 Tier Credits

When you earn 5000 Tier Credits in a single promotional day, you will be awarded 10,000 bonus credits and realize diamond status in one day. This includes 15% off rooms, no resort fees, a $100 dining credit and free valet and self-parking. Diamond status also comes with two free nights at Caesars Palace Dubai and a four night stay at Atlantis, Paradise Island.

Diamond Plus – 25,000 Tier Credits

Diamond Plus comes with everything above and guarantees you a room in Las Vegas or Atlantic City with 72 hours notice.

Diamond Elite – 75,000 Tier Credits

Enjoy all the perks of the other tiers plus a $600 airline credit to Las Vegas.

Seven Stars Tier – 150,000 Tier Credits

Achieve Seven Stars Tier status and the benefits are tremendous. On top of everything already mentioned, upgrade to the best available room when you arrive and enjoy early check-in and late check-out. You’ll be treated to a $500 dining credit, a vacation with Norwegian Cruise Lines and a trip to one of Caesars Rewards destinations including up to $1200 for airfare and $500 for meals.

Games at Flamingo Casino

Slots

Ready to put some miles on your Rewards Card? The casino floor at the Flamingo is packed with more than 1,600 slot and video poker machines. Play your favorites including Blazing 7’s, Wheel of Fortune and Buffalo Gold. This could be your time to play for a progressive, so bet the maximum if that’s your goal. The casino has both traditional reel machines and video slots.

Video Poker

Start with five cards on a video screen like the one below. Press the hold button under each card you want to keep and spin the reels to replace the rest. There is only one correct way to play any hand in video poker. Learn all the right moves by studying strategy charts you can find online and in casino gift shops. Practice at home with one of the many software programs available, then consult the charts while you play.

Blackjack

The Flamingo casino has four blackjack tables, including two 2 deck games and two 6 deck games. The $100 minimum 2D offers 3:2 odds and dealer hits on 17. The $25 2D offers 6:5 odds, dealer hits on 17 and players can re-split aces. The $15 6D offers 6:5 odds, dealer hits on 17, players can double after a split, re-split aces and split to three hands. Look for a game that pays 3:2.

Once you’ve been dealt two cards, you can hit, or take another card, then hit again if you like. A second choice is to stand, or do nothing. Doubling is another option, which means putting out another bet and taking one more card. Pairs are sometimes split, which requires a second bet and another card for each of your two cards. Hitting is allowed after a split unless you have aces.

Finally, the table allows you to surrender, and give up your hand in exchange for half of your bet back. Basic strategy says to surrender 16 when a dealer’s up card is nine – ace because 16 is the worst starting hand in blackjack.

Roulette

Almost all of us have a lucky number, and when you place a chip on it and win, it’s called a straight bet. It’s a long shot, but it has the highest payout ratio at the table, 35:1. That means if you bet $5, you’ll get your $5 dollars back plus an additional $175.

Place a chip at the beginning of a row of three numbers on the felt. When one of your numbers comes up, the payoff is 11:1. Place a chip in the upper left corner of the number one box and this is known as the 5-number bet. It covers the numbers one, two, three, zero and double zero. The bet pays 6:1 and the odds favor the casino more than any other bet on the double zero wheel.

The casino inside the Flamingo Las Vegas has three double zero roulette wheels and three triple zero wheels. Limits are $10 to $200, but you can only find a $10 table during the off hours.

Craps

Look at a craps table and it’s clear the players are having the best time in the casino. They start off betting the Pass or Don’t Pass Line and take turns rolling the dice. Land on seven or 11 and it’s called a natural. Pass Line betters win. Everyone loses except the Don’t Pass better when a two, three or 12 appears. Hit a four, five, six, eight, nine or 10 and that becomes your point. To win the bet, roll your point again before rolling a seven.

Flamingo Las Vegas has three craps tables with $10 to $5000 limits, but only expect to see $10 tables during the graveyard shift. The first crap roll on the strip happened at the Flamingo.

Baccarat

Baccarat is the simplest game in the casino because the player needs no prior knowledge in order to succeed. The player only has to bet on who will have the best hand: himself, the banker or will it be a tie? The object of the game is to come closest to making a nine. If either draws an eight or nine, he wins. If the totals are both nine or eight, it’s a tie. Any other number and the dealer consults the rule book. A bet on the banker gives the best odds.

The Flamingo has one baccarat table where a $10 or $25 game can sometimes be found, but usually limits are $100 to $5000. Looking to learn more? Caesars Entertainment produced a baccarat instructional video expanding on how to play this classic casino game.

Pai Gow Poker

Pai Gow differs partially from conventional poker because the player places a bet before seeing his cards. He has to make two hands, one with two cards and one with five. The five card hand has to out rank the two card hand which can only be high cards or a pair. Beat both of the banker’s hands to win at Pai Gow Poker.

A Pai Gow deck has 53 cards, including a joker, that can substitute as an ace or complete a straight or flush. The hand rankings are the same as in hold’em with two exceptions. A wheel, or ace – five straight, is the lowest straight in traditional poker, but in Pai Gow, it’s the second highest, only behind 10 – ace. Plus five of a kind only exists in In Pai Gow. It’s comprised of four aces and a joker and replaces a royal flush as the highest ranking hand in the game.

Let it Ride Poker

Only the player’s cards matter in Let it Ride. He’s not competing with the dealer or the other players at the table. To begin the game, players place three equal bets and then each one is dealt three cards. Face down on the felt are two community cards which can be used by any player to improve the strength of his hand.

Once you see your hand, tuck your cards under your first bet if you like what you’ve been dealt, and Let it Ride. Not thrilled with your cards? Scratch them on the table to signal the dealer that you want to Pull Back your first bet. The first community card is revealed and the player can Let it Ride or Pull Back his second bet, but the third bet remains on the table. After the dealer shows the second community card, he turns over all the player’s hands and identifies winners. Payouts are based on poker hand rankings, from even money for a pair of 10’s or better to 1000:1 for a Royal Flush.

Three Card Poker

Unlike any poker game you’ve played before, complete a straight or flush with three cards, not five in Three Card Poker. Also different when playing this poker variant, three of a kind beats a straight, and a straight beats a flush.

Initiate play by betting the ante, or the bottom triangle on the table. You and the dealer each get three cards. Look at yours, and if you want to continue, put an equal bet on the play, or the circle below the triangle, and place your cards face down under your chips.

Want to fold? Put your cards face down in front of your first wager. Don’t be too quick to let go of your cards because you only have to beat the dealer, so Q-6-4 or better is too good to fold. When the dealer reveals his cards, if he doesn’t have Queen high or better, the player wins his ante bet only. At showdown, whoever has the better hand wins, and the player is paid even money.

Pair Plus is a side bet that the player will draw a pair or better. The house advantage on this bet  is a hefty %7.29.  Pair Plus pays even money for a pair up to 40:1 for a straight flush. A Six Card Bonus is a side bet that looks at the best five card hand you make using all your cards and the dealers. It takes three of a kind or higher to win.

Sportsbook

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Bet on football, basketball, baseball, hockey and more at Caesars Race and Sportsbook at Flamingo. Make a wager on your favorite college or pro teams, or pick a pony at the races. The Sportsbook has lounge chairs and large video screens where you can watch the game live or catch the highlights.

High-Limit Gaming

High rollers looking for a private place to play choose to gamble here. The High-Limit Gaming room at the Flamingo Las Vegas has two, 2-deck blackjack tables with $5000 limits and a shoe table with a $10,000 limit. Raise your bets at two baccarat tables with $15,000 limits.

Visit the Flamingo Casino

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People love that Flamingo Las Vegas is located in the center of the Strip, across the street from Caesars Palace. This makes the Flamingo a gateway to endless possibilities for fun. The Las Vegas Monorail even stops at the Flamingo, allowing guests to travel Northbound to the Sahara and Southbound to the MGM.

Flamingo Las Vegas Reviews

3.9

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Rated 3.9/5 based on reviews from all travelers.

Fair romantic hotel. Close to Las Vegas Strip. Good for sightseeing and has nearby restaurants and bars.

Location
4.3 / 5
6123 reviews
Great location. Accessible by car, but parking is costly. Great location. Accessible by car, but parking is costly. Central location with great sightseeing, dining out and shopping. Sufficient access to airport.
Comfort
3 / 5
3088 reviews
Large rooms with average comfort and standard beds. Decent-sized bathrooms, but noisy rooms and insufficient A/C. Large rooms with average comfort and standard beds. Decent-sized bathrooms, but noisy rooms and insufficient A/C.
Room
2.7 / 5
10812 reviews
Average but big rooms with wonderful views, and okay beds. Outdated rooms with complaints about minibars, A/C, and cleanliness. Average but big rooms with wonderful views, and okay beds. Outdated rooms with complaints about minibars, A/C, and cleanliness. Mediocre sized, poorly cleaned bathrooms. Rooms lacking maintenance, with poor quality kitchenettes, furniture and TV's. Shower can be a problem.
Wellness Area
2.6 / 5
123 reviews
Fitness area is subpar but wellness area/options are acceptable. Fitness area is subpar but wellness area/options are acceptable.
Bar
2.4 / 5
197 reviews
Guests complain about the price and quality of the bar. The bar needs better service. Guests complain about the price and quality of the bar. The bar needs better service. Standard alcoholic drinks.
Amenities
2.4 / 5
3424 reviews
Outdated facilities, not accessible for those with handicaps. Decent enough hotel grounds, but unpleasant entrance area. Outdated facilities, not accessible for those with handicaps. Decent enough hotel grounds, but unpleasant entrance area. Elevator in need of updating. Beautiful architecture. Kids facilities are inadequate. Smoking area is not nice. Adequate meeting & event facilities. Outdoor sports facilities are ok.
Vibe
2.4 / 5
2446 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. Stylish hotel. Hotel is relatively luxurious. Nice for romantic trips. Fine for a budget trip. Good for traveling with friends.
WiFi
2.2 / 5
476 reviews
Wifi quality could be improved. Internet is affordable. Wifi quality could be improved. Internet is affordable.
Service
2 / 5
6645 reviews
Unprofessional service, with poor housekeeping and reception. Complaints about management, but acceptably friendly staff. Unprofessional service, with poor 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. Average restaurant service. Valet service could be better. The bar needs better service. Concierge service could be more helpful. Service at the pool/beach should be improved. Laundry service can be improved. Tour guide could be nicer.
Cleanliness
1.8 / 5
5275 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.
Breakfast
1.1 / 5
168 reviews
Some complaints about quality and price of breakfast. Some complaints about quality and price of breakfast.

Good to know

  • Bathroom could be optimized
  • Reception should be more attentive
  • Rooms could be cleaner
  • Rooms need regular maintenance

Rated 3.4/5 based on reviews from families.

Delicious beef dishes & steak.Delicious fish & seafood.

Location
4.2 / 5
1218 reviews
Great location. Accessible by car, but parking is costly. Great location. Accessible by car, but parking is costly. Central location with great sightseeing, dining out and shopping.
Comfort
2.8 / 5
602 reviews
Large rooms with average comfort and standard beds. Small bathrooms, noisy rooms, and deficient A/C. Large rooms with average comfort and standard beds. Small bathrooms, noisy rooms, and deficient A/C.
Wellness Area
2.5 / 5
22 reviews
Poorly reviewed fitness area. Poorly reviewed fitness area.
Bar
2.4 / 5
26 reviews
Bar could improve. Standard alcoholic drinks. Bar could improve. Standard alcoholic drinks.
Pool
2.4 / 5
370 reviews
Pool in need of cleaning. Pool in need of cleaning.
Room
2.4 / 5
2121 reviews
Old, poorly-maintained rooms with poor minibars and kitchenettes. Rooms with some cleanliness issues, and low rated TVs, A/C, and furnishing. Old, poorly-maintained rooms with poor minibars and kitchenettes. Rooms with some cleanliness issues, and low rated TVs, A/C, and furnishing. Small rooms and poorly cleaned bathrooms. Large rooms with nice views and OK beds. Shower can be a problem.
WiFi
2.1 / 5
105 reviews
Wifi quality could be improved. Internet is affordable. Wifi quality could be improved. Internet is affordable.
Vibe
2.1 / 5
431 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 is relatively stylish. Hotel is relatively luxurious.
Amenities
2 / 5
687 reviews
Outdated facilities, not accessible for those with handicaps. Decent enough hotel grounds, but unpleasant entrance area. Outdated facilities, not accessible for those with handicaps. Decent enough hotel grounds, but unpleasant entrance area. Kids facilities are inadequate. Elevator in need of updating. Smoking area is not nice. Beautiful architecture.
Service
1.7 / 5
1360 reviews
Unprofessional, low rated restaurant service. Guests complain about reception staff and management. Unprofessional, low rated restaurant service. Guests complain about reception staff and management. Service is relatively friendly but housekeeping is not great. Room service could have been improved. Hotel security can be an issue. Recreation staff is nice. Booking process should be better organized. Concierge service could be more helpful. Valet service could be better. Service at the pool/beach should be improved.
Cleanliness
1.7 / 5
1138 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.
Breakfast
1 / 5
34 reviews
Breakfast can be improved. Breakfast can be improved.

Good to know

  • Dining area could have been cleaner
  • Concierge service could be more helpful
  • Delicious beef dishes & steak
  • Delicious fish & seafood

Rated 3.5/5 based on reviews from couples.

Near city centre.Good accessibility by car.

Location
4.4 / 5
996 reviews
Good location, close to public transport. Accessible by car, but parking is costly. Good location, close to public transport. Accessible by car, but parking is costly. Central location with great sightseeing, dining out and shopping.
Room
2.8 / 5
1448 reviews
Decent, spacious rooms with comfy beds and excellent views. Outdated rooms with complaints about minibars, A/C, and cleanliness. Decent, spacious rooms with comfy beds and excellent views. Outdated rooms with complaints about minibars, A/C, and cleanliness. Mediocre sized, poorly cleaned bathrooms. Rooms lacking maintenance, with poor quality kitchenettes, furniture and TV's. Shower can be a problem.
Wellness Area
2.7 / 5
16 reviews
Average wellness and fitness area. Average wellness and fitness area.
Pool
2.6 / 5
216 reviews
Acceptable pools with some cleanliness complaints. Acceptable pools with some cleanliness complaints.
Food
2.4 / 5
92 reviews
Guests complain about the dining, with a poor menu and high prices. Guests complain about the dining, with a poor menu and high prices.
Bar
2.2 / 5
17 reviews
Poor bar with subpar drinks. Poor bar with subpar drinks.
WiFi
2.1 / 5
80 reviews
Wifi quality could be improved. Relatively high internet cost. Wifi quality could be improved. Relatively high internet cost.
Amenities
2 / 5
332 reviews
Outdated facilities, not accessible for those with handicaps. Decent enough hotel grounds, but unpleasant entrance area. Outdated facilities, not accessible for those with handicaps. Decent enough hotel grounds, but unpleasant entrance area. Elevator in need of updating. Unspectacular architecture. Smoking area is not nice.
Vibe
1.9 / 5
293 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. Stylish hotel. Hotel is relatively luxurious.
Service
1.7 / 5
747 reviews
Unprofessional, low rated restaurant service. Complaints about reception and the friendliness of staff. Unprofessional, low rated restaurant service. Complaints about reception and the friendliness of staff. Housekeeping and management are lacking. Room service could have been improved. Booking process should be better organized. Hotel security can be an issue. Valet service could be better. Service at the pool/beach should be improved.
Cleanliness
1.7 / 5
653 reviews
Problems with cleanliness in rooms, bathrooms, and pool area. Hotel facilities could use a good clean. Problems with cleanliness in rooms, bathrooms, and pool area. Hotel facilities could use a good clean.
Breakfast
1.3 / 5
39 reviews
Some complaints about quality and price of breakfast. Some complaints about quality and price of breakfast.

Good to know

  • Near city centre
  • Good accessibility by car
  • Wonderful sightseeing
  • Great shopping

Rated 3.4/5 based on reviews from solo travelers.

Beautiful architecture.Stylish hotel.

Location
4.6 / 5
154 reviews
Great location, near nice bars and restaurants. Parking is rare. Great location, near nice bars and restaurants. Parking is rare.
Room
3 / 5
262 reviews
Average but big rooms with wonderful views, and okay beds. Poorly cleaned, old rooms and bathrooms, and insufficient A/C. Average but big rooms with wonderful views, and okay beds. Poorly cleaned, old rooms and bathrooms, and insufficient A/C. Dilapidated rooms, with bad kitchenettes, minibars, and furniture. Shower can be a problem.
Vibe
2.3 / 5
45 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. Stylish hotel. Entrance area is not particularly attractive.
Amenities
2.2 / 5
57 reviews
Hotel grounds are okay, but the building is old and the entrance area is unimpressive. Elevator in need of updating. Hotel grounds are okay, but the building is old and the entrance area is unimpressive. Elevator in need of updating.
Cleanliness
1.9 / 5
113 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.
WiFi
1.5 / 5
19 reviews
Wifi quality could be improved. Wifi quality could be improved.
Service
1.2 / 5
139 reviews
Housekeeping is not great, and guests complain about service professionalism. Complaints about reception and the friendliness of staff. Housekeeping is not great, and guests complain about service professionalism. Complaints about reception and the friendliness of staff. Room service could have been improved. Booking process should be better organized. Hotel security can be an issue.
Breakfast
1.1 / 5
11 reviews
Breakfast can be improved. Breakfast can be improved.

Good to know

  • Beautiful architecture
  • Stylish hotel
  • Breakfast can be improved
  • Booking process should be better organized

Rated 3.2/5 based on reviews from business travelers.

Location
4.5 / 5
78 reviews
Well-located, although unfortunately the parking isn't easy. Well-located, although unfortunately the parking isn't easy.
Pool
2.8 / 5
12 reviews
Ordinary pool. Ordinary pool.
Comfort
2.7 / 5
50 reviews
Large rooms with average comfort and standard beds. Deficient A/C and too noisy rooms. Large rooms with average comfort and standard beds. Deficient A/C and too noisy rooms.
Wellness Area
2.4 / 5
5 reviews
Wellness & sports facilities could be improved. Wellness & sports facilities could be improved.
Room
2.3 / 5
154 reviews
Outdated, rooms with poor cleanliness and maintenance. Bathrooms are unclean; air-conditioning, TV and bathroom are all substandard. Outdated, rooms with poor cleanliness and maintenance. Bathrooms are unclean; air-conditioning, TV and bathroom are all substandard. Large rooms with nice views and OK beds. Shower can be a problem.
Amenities
2 / 5
37 reviews
Poorly reviewed buildings and an uninspiring entrance area. Poorly reviewed buildings and an uninspiring entrance area.
Service
1.7 / 5
87 reviews
Complaints about friendliness and professionalism of the staff. Complaints about housekeeping and reception. Complaints about friendliness and professionalism of the staff. Complaints about housekeeping and reception.
Cleanliness
1.6 / 5
76 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
1.5 / 5
28 reviews
Vibe is not too good. Hotel could use some updating. Vibe is not too good. Hotel could use some updating. Entrance area is not particularly attractive.
WiFi
1.5 / 5
13 reviews
Wifi quality could be improved. Wifi quality could be improved.

Good to know

  • Fitness area can be optimized
  • TV needs to be updated
  • Facilities in need of refurbishment
  • Wifi quality could be improved

FAQs about Flamingo Las Vegas Hotel

Where is Flamingo Las Vegas?

Flamingo Las Vegas is found at 3555 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89109 - browse our map of the Las Vegas Strip.

Is Flamingo Hotel the oldest hotel on the Strip?

Yes, the hotel is over 75 years old, but it didn’t start out as the Flamingo. Read more about Flamingo Las Vegas for more history and information.

What type of rooms can I book at Flamingo Las Vegas?

Flamingo Las Vegas has some of the most vintage Las Vegas rooms and suites, including some spread-out two-bedroom suites that feature bunk beds for kids.

What is there to do at Flamingo Las Vegas?

Flamingo Las Vegas has some amazing free attractions, such as the Flamingo Wildlife Habitat, as well as dining and famed shows on the Strip.

What are the resort fees at Flamingo Las Vegas?

Flamingo’s resort fees are between $30 and $40 depending on the time of visit. Read about hotels in Las Vegas without resort fees to explore more cheap stay options.

How many pools are at Flamingo Hotel and Casino?

Flamingo has two pools for guests to enjoy: the Beach Club pool for swimmers and sunbathers of all ages, and the adult-friendly GO pool.

Does Flamingo Las Vegas have a poker room?

The casino at Flamingo Hotel does not have a poker room. However, other casinos on the Strip have dedicated poker areas, such as The Mirage casino.

Does Flamingo casino on the Strip in Las Vegas have keno?

Yes. In fact, Flamingo has its own room for keno, which is located next to the sports book. Read more about the casinos on the Strip for info on the gambling rooms—and your odds for each one.

Is there free parking at Flamingo casino in Las Vegas?

As a Caesars property, parking is free for the first hour, and the price goes up to $18 per day. Read more about free parking on the Strip.