Planet Hollywood Las Vegas

3667 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89109
Call +1-702-577-3174
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from $45.00 / night

Planet Hollywood has evolved into an eclectic and hip spot that entices visitors and locals alike. Previously on the site of the former Aladdin Hotel, the current Planet Hollywood can trace its origins to 2003 when a “new” Aladdin was going to be built with a tentative Planet Hollywood music project located behind it. They officially renamed the hotel to the current Planet Hollywood in 2007 and began renovations to alter the decor and theming, from the Desert Passage and other Aladdin motifs to a more contemporary and current vibe. Guests can step into a star-studded atmosphere, where celebrity names extend into some of the best Las Vegas restaurants and attractions. Name-brand dining establishments are sprinkled throughout the resort, like Gordon Ramsay Burger, and the classic chains are on deck as well, such as Starbucks and P.F. Changs. For entertainment, the variety within Planet Hollywood’s property is legendary. Household name Criss Angel hosts an unforgettable magic couplet of shows: “Mindfreak” and “Amystika: The Mindfreak Sequel.” Other residencies move through Zappos Theater at a rapid pace, as an exclusive hot-ticket rotation that can’t be missed. The Purple Zebra and Blue Moon Bar are colorful features of the coveted nightlife as well, after it’s time to move on from the shows—and the sportsbook and casino.

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Ultra Hip Room 2 Queen Beds

2 Queen Beds 430-sq-foot room with resort views Entertainment - 42-inch flat-screen TV with cable channels, pay movies, iPod dock Food & Drink - Refrigerator and room service (limited hours) Sleep - Premium bedding, blackout drapes/curtains, and bed sheets Bathroom - Private bathroom, separate bathtub and shower, free toiletries, and a hair dryer Practical - Laptop-compatible safe, iron/ironing board, and desk; rollaway/extra beds and cribs/infant beds available on request Comfort - Climate-controlled air conditioning Eco-friendly - Eco-friendly toiletries and LED light bulbs Non-Smoking Connecting/adjoining rooms can be requested, subject to availability

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Ultra Hip Room 2 Queen Beds Pool View

2 Queen Beds Overlooking the city Entertainment - 42-inch flat-screen TV with cable channels, pay movies, iPod dock Food & Drink - Refrigerator and room service (limited hours) Sleep - Premium bedding, blackout drapes/curtains, and bed sheets Bathroom - Private bathroom, separate bathtub and shower, free toiletries, and a hair dryer Practical - Laptop-compatible safe, iron/ironing board, and desk; rollaway/extra beds and cribs/infant beds available on request Comfort - Climate-controlled air conditioning Eco-friendly - Eco-friendly toiletries and LED light bulbs Non-Smoking Connecting/adjoining rooms can be requested, subject to availability

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Ultra Hip Strip Suite 1 King Bed Strip View Newly Renovated

1 King Bed 850-sq-foot room with city views Layout - Bedroom and sitting area Entertainment - 42-inch flat-screen TV with cable channels, pay movies, iPod dock Food & Drink - Refrigerator, coffee/tea maker, and room service (limited hours) Sleep - Premium bedding, blackout drapes/curtains, and bed sheets Bathroom - Private bathroom, separate bathtub and shower, free toiletries, and a hair dryer Practical - Laptop-compatible safe, iron/ironing board, and desk; rollaway/extra beds and cribs/infant beds available on request Comfort - Climate-controlled air conditioning Eco-friendly - Eco-friendly toiletries and LED light bulbs Non-Smoking Connecting/adjoining rooms can be requested, subject to availability

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Swimming Pools at the Planet Hollywood Las Vegas

Have you ever wanted to "step out onto the scene" at a city hotspot? Now you can at The Scene, Planet Hollywood's pool deck. Two pools make up the complex at Planet Hollywood. Each pool sits on either end of the deck and overlooks the Strip from the sixth floor of the resort. This vantage point makes for some excellent Strip views. As a unique aquatic addition to the deck, Planet Hollywood features its FlowRider, a wave pool constructed on the rooftop Planet Hollywood pool deck. This is the only spot to surf on the Las Vegas Strip, as instructors walk pool guests through the whole wave experience. Kids and parent alike will love learning the ropes of surfing in the middle of the Vegas desert. Keep in mind that access to this tubular time is available in 30-minute increments, so plan out the fun during your preferred daylight hours. Shredding gnarly waves can be exhausting. Take a break in your very own cabana, or collapse on a daybed with a refreshment from one of the two poolside bars. Throw live DJs into the mix for sunshine and sounds and Planet Hollywood is ready to host your next pool session, no matter how long it lasts. Cowabunga, dudes.

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Planet Hollywood Las Vegas is a Pet Friendly hotel

For anyone traveling to the Strip, Planet Hollywood Las Vegas is a PetStay-affiliated hotel, meaning that you and two pups can travel to the resort in comfort. As a canine-exclusive resort, two dogs are allowed at Planet Hollywood. Be sure to factor in additional fees and a refundable deposit. Once they arrive, they will be treated like esteemed guests. All of the bells and whistles are present for the pets, including crate services, doggy welcome packages and designated areas for relief—for pets and parents, literally. Having trouble finding the spots? Consult the map that accompanies the check-in process to find outdoor areas for necessary stops, as well as other external facilities for dogs to run around and humans to socialize. Note: Not all rooms and suites at Planet Hollywood are PetStay friendly. When booking a Las Vegas hotel room with On The Strip, mention staying in a pet-friendly room. Read more about pet-friendly hotels on the Strip to understand the amenities of a PetStay program as well.

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Planet Hollywood Las Vegas is a Child Friendly hotel

Yes, there’s a hotel in Vegas that is truly kid-friendly. Planet Hollywood is indeed very kid-friendly with designated pools and activities strictly for kids. Thrill-seekers of all ages will love the FlowRider pool, which they can practice on while parents relax on one of the daybeds next to the neighboring pools at The Scene. Start the day off right with a Las Vegas breakfast and customize a bowl of sugary oats at Cereal Killerz Kitchen with the kiddos. If you don’t have a sweet tooth, grab seats to “the most beloved family show” Popovich Comedy Pet Theater, which features more than 30 house cats, dogs, parrots and a miniature horse. Plus, all the pets performing with Greg Popovich were rescued from animal shelters. An added bonus to this family-friendly venue is its short walk to the Bellagio Fountains, as well as an assortment of shops at Miracle Mile Shops.

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Planet Hollywood Las Vegas is a Four Star hotel

Planet Hollywood is a four-star hotel that offers a great location and selection of cool things to do on the Strip that range for all different types of interests. In fact, there is so much to do, you won’t be rushing to leave the hotel—that is, if you even leave.

Planet Hollywood earns its stars by making guests feel like Hollywood stars themselves. Celebrities are present in the restaurants, such as Gordon Ramsay Burger, for visitors to dine in the presence of culinary genius. The dining doesn’t stop there, as the diversity of choice caters to all palates. Catch famous sightings at Extra Lounge and on stage at Zappos Theater for Criss Angel’s mind-bending show. To bring more star-studded amenities to your stay, relax in your suite with its cool white-and-purple details and Strip views.

The property aims to have each guest feel like they are true VIP guests. From inspired Hollywood-style upscale rooms to eye-catching art pieces, you will notice nods to the silver screen scene all over the place. Catch a show, a meal, a drink or maybe even run into a celebrity—it’s Vegas, who knows what could happen?

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Planet Hollywood Las Vegas is in the Middle of the Strip

Planet Hollywood isn’t just known for its Tinseltown tributes, but also its great location. As you can see on our downloadable map of the Las Vegas Strip, the resort is located in the middle of the Strip and right across from the infamous Bellagio Fountains. It’s almost so close you can feel the water.

The venue is a versatile hotspot with a shopping mall attached to the hotel. Do some damage to your wallet by shopping at the Miracle Mile Shops, which is home to over 170 stores. Lastly, if you want a good workout, head over to Paris and climb the Eiffel Tower. Okay, maybe not the REAL Eiffel Tower, but it’s a close second.

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Planet Hollywood Las Vegas is a Hotel with Rooms

Planet Hollywood has over 2,500 hotel rooms, 20 restaurants, five bars and lounges plus one Zappos Theater. The hotel room views are unbeatable—plus, Planet Hollywood offers great incentives for hotel guests to choose them for their next vacay stay.

Perks of staying at this venue include high-speed WiFi, four electric vehicle charging stations, a fitness center equipped with weights, cardio machines and much more. To save time, skip the line at the front desk utilizing self check-in. Guests can either check in through the Caesars Rewards Mobile App or at one of their kiosks located in the lobby. The Rewards App is a must-have to learn about all the deals and happenings at Planet Hollywood.

This hotel also offers furry friend room options. Guests traveling with their canine companions may opt for their pet stay amenities, which extend into several room options.

Last but not least, guests commuting around the city for sightseeing or business endeavors may easily get around through their accessible rideshare and drop-off area, bringing them to and from their rooms quickly—so not a minute of the action is missed.

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Planet Hollywood Las Vegas is a Hotel with Smoking Rooms

Like many other hotels on the Strip, Planet Hollywood allows smoking in the casino. Several of the hotel rooms are Smoking Optional, which means there is a tobacco all-clear. In restaurants and bathrooms, smoking is prohibited, which is something that spans across the entire Strip. There are also convenient stores located conveniently throughout the casino if you need to buy cigarettes.

 

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Planet Hollywood Las Vegas has rooms with a view of the Strip

Not many hotels can say that they reside in the middle of the action on the Las Vegas Strip. Planet Hollywood’s prime real estate means that the rooms have unbeatable views of the Strip.

Situated directly across from The Cosmopolitan and within range of the Bellagio Fountains, the sights up and down the Boulevard will delight visitors from every vantage point. While there are several suites to choose from, there’s no wrong choice when facing out to the Strip.

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Planet Hollywood Las Vegas has Suites

Choosing a suite to stay in at Planet Hollywood is an excellent choice for visitors of all types. Each suite is equipped with amenities both in and out of the room itself. Whether choosing a Boulevard, Apex, Panorama or a punny “Hip Strip” room, there are several versions of suites to choose from to tailor your perfect stay. A wide range of views from all angles are available to peruse on the site, and when combined with the signature Planet Hollywood products

Book a suite at Planet Hollywood, where “everybody’s PHamous” and is guaranteed an unforgettable stay.

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Planet Hollywood Las Vegas has Two Bedroom Suites

Planet Hollywood’s two bedroom suites won’t disappoint. Take in the 180-degree view of the city from the 1,200 square feet Panorama Suite. This spacious suite also includes an oversized soaking tub and dual sinks. This chic suite pops with modern colors and smooth lines.

For a family vacation, look into booking the Flamingo Bunk Bed Suite. Abundant with bright and bold color schemes, this is an inviting suite filled with convenient perks like a mini refrigerator. Depending on the time of year guests stay, there are also two pools where visitors may take a dip. Relax out on a daybed or reserve a cabana beside the pool.

There are a few variations of the suites, with some including multiple HD TVs, bars, and even air hockey tables.

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More About Planet Hollywood Las Vegas

Explore Planet Hollywood Resort

Located in the heart of the Las Vegas Strip, Planet Hollywood is the unexpected A-list hotel for a variety of styles and one of the many cool places to go on the strip. Whether you’re looking for sizzling shopping, world-renowned entertainment or unexpected culinary treats, there’s a little something for everyone at Planet Hollywood.

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Planet Hollywood Las Vegas

While camels and belly dancers are a little further away, Planet Hollywood Las Vegas offers upscale Hollywood charm, mixed with a modern-day flair.

History

Planet Hollywood has evolved into an eclectic and hip spot that entices visitors and locals alike.

The current incarnation of Planet Hollywood can trace its origins to 2003. It was then when a “new” Aladdin was set for construction with a tentative Planet Hollywood music project located behind it. The music project was ultimately canceled due to Aladdin Gaming’s distrust about Planet Hollywood being able to fund it.

The tables turned when Planet Hollywood purchased Aladdin, following their declaration of bankruptcy in 2001. They officially renamed the hotel to the current Planet Hollywood in 2007 and began renovations to alter the decor and theming from the Desert Passage and other Aladdin motifs to a more contemporary and current vibe. The renovations were completed in waves, while the resort remained open for business.

Financial troubles continued for the hotel and Harrah’s took control of the property in 2010, with permission from the Nevada Gaming Commission. Presently, Planet Hollywood Las Vegas is owned and operated by Caesars Entertainment.

The Hotel

Rooms

Edgy artwork and a contemporary vibe set Planet Hollywood Las Vegas above the rest. Whether your room faces the jewel in the desert that is the Strip, or the sprawling city behind, the accommodations are second to none and on the list of anyone wanting the top notch rooms or a penthouse on the Las Vegas Strip.

Free Wi-Fi, self check-in and a state-of-the-art fitness center are just some of the amenities the 2,567 rooms have to offer.

Room choices include the Ultra selections of Hip rooms and Resort rooms, each featuring various views and smoking and non-smoking options. Vista rooms are another prime choice, offering more square footage and heightened amenities. PH is also a pet-friendly hotel, and one of the best hotels on the Strip for the furry fidos of your family.

Hungry? Order with Caesars Eats. Choose meals from any of the restaurants in the hotel and get them delivered straight to your room.

Parking

Visitors and non-hotel guests of Planet Hollywood have one hour of free parking, and fees incur after that hour, up to $15 a day. Self-parking is complimentary to all guests that are members of Caesars Rewards. Valet and RV parking is offered at an additional cost. Four EV charging stations are available at the valet to keep you green while winning some green.

Pools

Planet Hollywood Pool | Caesars

Two pools are located on the property. Beat the heat in a poolside daybed, or relax and let your cares melt away in a cabana.

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Notable Amenities

Spa and Salon

In need of a pampering getaway? Wanting to do something wild on your vacation? Looking for help with your special event? Look no further than Reflections The Spa at Planet Hollywood. This comprehensive spa offers total relaxation and convenience for hotel guests.

Weddings

Looking to tie the knot? Planet Hollywood will help bring the red carpet glam to your nuptials in the best way. Even Elvis got married in the iconic chapel to his wife Priscilla. If that’s not a Good Luck Charm, we don’t know what is. Packages can accommodate a variety of requests.

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Sportsbook

55 plasma TVs and a VIP racing area are just the beginning of what you can expect when you place your bet in the sportsbook at Planet Hollywood Las Vegas. This high-tech ‘book lets amateurs and experienced vets see the latest and most comprehensive stats to win big on.

Restaurants and Dining

With 11 restaurants and countless options on the Miracle Mile, you won’t leave Planet Hollywood Las Vegas hungry. This is where to find some of the greatest Las Vegas restaurants all in one place.

Cafe Hollywood

Whether you’re looking for an early morning pick me up, a midday glass of wine or a delicious meal to start an evening of debauchery, Cafe Hollywood is your stop.

Cafe Hollywood is open Thursday Sunday from 7 a.m. to 12 a.m. and Monday to Wednesday from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m.

Earl of Sandwich

Self-proclaimed as “The world’s greatest hot sandwich,” the Earl of Sandwich hits your carb cravings in all the right places. Breakfast sandwiches, omelets, wraps, soups, salads and of course sandwiches round out this menu to delight your cravings. Vegetarian or gluten-free? No problem, they have options for you.

Located in the Miracle Mile shops, Earl of Sandwich is open Friday-Sunday from 9 a.m. to 12 a.m. and Monday to Thursday from 9 a.m. to 8 p.m.

Gordon Ramsay Burger

With quality ingredients, a unique grilling method and an incredible master chef guiding the menu, Gordon Ramsay Burger offers diners tradition with a twist.

A 30-foot fire feature immediately asserts itself and you know that you are in for something special. The vibrant decor and stylish ambiance are just the garnish to the flavorful meals offered.

With the 24-hour Burger, a masterpiece with braised short rib, red eye bbq sauce, white cheddar cheese, brown sugar bacon, arugula, cold brew vinaigrette, and pickled shallots, you can count on Gordon Ramsey Burger for a winning bet. Don’t miss out on their Oreo Crème Brûlée Shake, Truffle Fries or Fishbowl Cocktails to satisfy every craving.

Gordon Ramsay Burger is open daily from 11 a.m. to 11 p.m. and offers vegan and gluten-free options.

Koi

Hollywood glamour meets Japanese elegance with Koi. With stunning Strip views and electrified ambiance, your unforgettable night begins here. Koi takes sushi and sashimi to unparalleled heights, especially with rolls like the Sin City Roll, a spicy scallop and avocado topped roll with seared Togarashi tuna and Habanero caviar. Not quite in the mood for sushi? Try the Peppercorn Filet Mignon Toban Yaki served with Shishito Potato Mash and pair it with one of the many Saki-infused cocktails that Koi is notorious for.

Koi is open Wednesday to Sunday from 5 p.m. to 10 p.m., with a happy hour menu available from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m.

P.F. Changs

P.F. Changs

Innovative cocktails and authentic cuisine couples with a remarkable multi-story dining room to set this casual Asian restaurant apart from the rest. The mostly mild Las Vegas weather means that the outdoor patio with Strip views could be the perfect location for your special occasion. This bold and unique flair is showcased in their signature dishes like Lettuce Wraps, Orange Peel Beef, Sichuan shrimp and more.

P.F. Changs is open daily from 11 a.m. to 11 p.m. and offers vegan and gluten-free options.

Pin-Up Pizza

Sometimes there’s nothing better than a hearty piece of pizza, and no one knows that better than Pin-Up Pizza. This New York-style hand-tossed rockabilly haven offers authentic Italian ingredients on the largest slice on the Strip. The ambiance is truly unique with their pizza gals wearing Betty Page and pin-up inspired uniforms that harken back to bygone eras. Enjoy your slice while watching the action on Las Vegas Boulevard up close and personal.

Pin-Up Pizza is open Thursday to Sunday from 11 a.m. to 12 a.m. and Monday to Wednesday from 11 a.m. to 2 a.m.

Ringer Wings, Pizza, and Sliders

Chicken wings

Catch your favorite teams in this modern take on a classic American pub. Smothered wings, cold draft beers, and New York-style pizzas can accompany the big game in every season on giant LED screens. Want to make it a special event for your fellow rabid fans? They offer VIP table options to enjoy your cold beer, waffle fries, or 15’ Pin-Up pizza slices from next door.

Ringer Wings, Pizza, and Sliders is open Monday to Friday from 9 a.m. to 10 p.m. and Saturday and Sunday from 8 a.m. to 10 p.m.

Strip House Steakhouse

Evoking the classic glam from Old Hollywood, this restaurant offers prime cuts, fine wine and charm all in one. Vintage black and white pin-up photos accent the deep red decor that envelops you with a sultry burlesque vibe. Whether you are looking for mouth-watering steaks, fresh seafood or decadent desserts, the Strip House is sure to have a special something for your palette.

Raw oyster bars, jumbo crab cakes and Maine lobsters are just some of the options on the menu that will satisfy your hunger. Pair a delicious filet mignon or other prime cuts with one of the hundreds of wine options available to take your meal to the next level. Leave room for dessert and their 24-layer decadent chocolate cake or deconstructed Snickers bar.

Strip House Steakhouse is open daily from 5 p.m. to 10 p.m.

Yolös Mexican Grill

Yolös | Caesars

From your favorite Mexican classics to new South American and Caribbean-inspired dishes, Yolös celebrates living only once with a shot of tequila on the side. The bright and cheerful interior makes you feel like you are relaxing at a cantina, set beachside to forget your worries.

Have a perfect meal with a Build Your Own Margarita or any of their signature cocktails, tableside guacamole, street tacos and finish strong with some fried ice cream. Whatever your south of the border craving may be, pair it with an alcoholic drink and you can’t go wrong.

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Yolös Mexican Grill is open Thursday and Friday from 3 p.m. to 11 p.m., Saturday and Sunday from 12 p.m. to 11 p.m.

Shopping

Miracle Mile Shops

Miracle Mile Shops

Formerly named the Desert Passage, the Miracle Mile is a 1.2-mile retail giant that offers shoppers a little bit of everything. The Miracle Mile still retains the feel and vibe of the original, with a false sky, stylized facades and even a water feature that “rains” every hour, and donating the collected wishing well type change to a local charity.

The Miracle Mile is open daily from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. However, store and restaurant hours may vary. Find your way around through our Las Vegas Strip Map 2022.

Stores:

  • H&M
  • Urban Outfitters
  • Lululemon
  • Footaction
  • LUSH Cosmetics
  • Sephora
  • Yves Chantre
  • Alex and Ani
  • Fossil
  • GUESS
  • Hattitude
  • Volcom
  • Oakley
  • Billabong
Miracle Mile Shops

Not only does the Miracle Mile offer shopping for all ages, but it also offers a variety of food options, perfect for even the pickiest eaters. Whether you are searching for that social media moment or something to get the night going, you’re sure to find something in the Miracle Mile.

Notable sit down dining options:

  • Blondies Sports Bar and Grill
  • Cabo Wabo Cantina- Mexican style fare
  • Ketchup Premium Bar- a Ketchup themed bar with incredible food.
  • Lobster Me
  • Pampas Las Vegas- A Brazilian style steakhouse.
  • PBR Rock Bar and Grill
  • Tipsy Robot

Quick bites and drinks: 

  • Ben & Jerry’s
  • Coffee Bean and Tea Leaf
  • Fat Tuesday’s
  • Garrett Popcorn Shops
  • Nestle TollHouse Cafe© by Chip (with two locations)

Theaters and Entertainment

Criss Angel Theater

Criss Angel banner

Illusionist Criss Angel bends physics and opens minds Wednesday to Sundays at 7 p.m. with “Mindfreak”. Angel also partners with Franco Dragone in the new prequel “AMYSTIKA” at 10 p.m. Boasting over 75 of Cris Angel’s illusions, you won’t be disappointed with your magical journey.

V Theater

A multi-showroom marvel, the V Theater is renowned for its productions and world-class entertainment in intimate settings. It has hosted a variety of shows, including the 4D Evil Dead the Musical, and many others. Swing by and catch any of the variety of shows waiting to make your night on the town a delight.

Check out the wacky pet antics in Popovich Comedy Pet Theater. You can even let your inner bombshell out in Stripper 101. Unsure what to see? V – The Ultimate Variety Show has you covered.

Zappos Theater

Originally the Aladdin Theater for the Performing Arts, this mid-sized auditorium hosts some of the biggest names in entertainment. Stars that have graced the stage with performances or residencies have included: One Republic, Pitbull, Christina Aguilera, Jennifer Lopez, Backstreet Boys, Led Zepplin, Kelly Clarkson, Gwen Stefani, Florida Georgia Line, Rob Thomas, KISS and more.

Casino

Planet Hollywood

With over 950 of the latest slot machines and 86 table games, chase down Lady Luck and try to make your fortune. The gaming floor is high energy and modern, with gogo dancers and upbeat music, perfect to shake things up. Whether poker is the name of the game, or you want to try out the latest Britney Spears slot machine, this casino has it all. Not looking to press your luck too far? There are even penny slots, for the conservative gambler.  

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Your Guide to Gaming at Planet Hollywood Casino Las Vegas

Want to get comped rooms, free shopping and dine out on the house? It’s all possible thanks to rewards programs at resorts such as the sprawling Planet Hollywood Las Vegas. The popular hotel and casino is part of Caesars Rewards, where the perks are not just for high rollers. Visitors to Caesars properties earn freebies for booking rooms, dining, shopping, gambling and more.

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How To Earn Caesars Rewards at Planet Hollywood

Caesars Rewards offers two types of rewards. Tier Credit determines your player status at the resort as Gold, Platinum, Diamond or Seven Stars. Reward credit determines how many points you have to spend at Planet Hollywood 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 Planet Hollywood Resort casino restaurants including Pin-Up Pizza and Starbucks. Accumulate credits at most of the bars on the property as well. You’ll be rewarded when you attend the Criss Angel Show or see one of the many performances at Zappos Theater.

Shop and Earn

Does your dream vacation involve a lavish shopping spree? Earn Tier and Reward Credit at many of the Miracle Mile shops. Buy anything from souvenirs and shoes to a brand new wardrobe. Miracle Mile spans over a mile and boasts more than 150 stores. Just like at the hotel and restaurants, earn one of each credit for every dollar spent.

Relax and Earn

Take a dip in one of Planet Hollywood’s two pools overlooking the Las Vegas Strip and watch those points multiply. Closed until spring, you’ll earn one of each type of credit for every $1 spent on sundries, drinks and other purchases at the pool. Guests can also use the fitness center, collect credits at the golf course and earn comps while unwinding at the Reflections Spa by Mandara.

More Games and Their Rewards

  • Bingo – One Reward Credit and one Tier Credit for every $10
  • 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 [up to 10x original bet]

How Rewards are Calculated at Table Games

In the long run, the house keeps a certain percentage of every dollar a gambler puts into play. That’s why casino workers are happy to offer rewards to loyal gamblers. They base your comps on something called an average daily theoretical (ADT) or the average dollar amount you’re expected to lose each day. It has nothing to do with how much you actually win or lose.

To determine your ADT, the pit boss has to track your play. Usually, you have to bet an average of $25 a hand to be rated at a Las Vegas Strip casino. Your daily loss is determined by the type of games you play, your average bet and how long you stay at the table. The exact formula is a well-kept secret. In the end, the casino comes up with a dollar figure representing how much it expects to win off you each day, and comps you around 20-30% of that amount.

Reward Tiers

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 Tier 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.

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. 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 not worth as much, but those are clearly marked, according to the casino.

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 more 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, please contact a casino host or speak to the person behind the rewards desk. Ask them to review your play and see if they can remove any of your charges.

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.

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 Planet Hollywood Las Vegas, 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 $2500. The application is on the resorts’ 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.

Games at Planet Hollywood Casino

Slots

Now that you’re ready to earn rewards, you can venture onto the casino floor where temptation awaits. Planet Hollywood Las Vegas has more than 950 one-arm bandits, and if you’re very lucky, one spin of the reels can make you rich. It’s a mix of video slots and traditional reel machines. You’ll find favorites like Wheel of Fortune, Megabucks and Buffalo.

READ MORE: Learn About The Best Places For Slots on the Strip »

Video Poker

Choose from hundreds of video poker machines including All-Star Poker, Game King and Ultimate Aces. You’re dealt five cards. Choose which ones to keep and press the hold buttons, then spin the reels to draw a new hand.

There is only one mathematically correct way to play any hand in video poker. The answers are on video poker strategy charts available 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

Planet Hollywood offers one 2 deck game with a $50 minimum bet and six 8 deck games with a $15 minimum. The odds are 3:2, dealer hits on 17 and players can double after a split.

The way to win at blackjack is to come closer to 21 than the dealer without busting. A set of rules, called basic strategy, reduces the casino’s edge to .05% when followed perfectly. Draw a 16 for a starting hand, and you may not like hitting, but when the dealers’ up card is a 7 or 8, basic strategy says to hit. When the table doesn’t allow surrender, hit on a 10 – ace as well. Basic strategy charts are available online and at casino gift shops, and it’s okay to use them at the table as long as you don’t slow down the game.

Card counters gain an edge over the house by keeping track of how many high cards—10 – ace—and how many low cards [2 -6] are left in the deck. When there are more high cards left, the counter starts to raise his bets, and may play more than one hand at a time. When there are more low cards left, the counter places the minimum bet or leaves the table.

Roulette

The casino floor at Planet Hollywood features eight Double Zero Roulette tables and two Triple Zero tables with $15 to $50 minimums. A standard wheel has pockets numbered one to 36 and two more for Zero and Double Zero. The best odds for the player are at a double-zero table because there is one fewer pocket than in Triple Zero.

The biggest payday comes when you bet on one number and hit. This is called a straight bet, and the casino pays 35:1. So if you bet $1 and win, you’ll get your dollar back plus $35. Some of the other most popular bets include the split bet. Place a chip on the line that splits two numbers and if either number hits you’re paid 17:1. A corner bet happens when you put a chip on a line that splits four numbers and pays 8:1.

Craps

Look in the direction of the craps table and the party atmosphere may surprise or even intimidate you. Once you learn the game, it’s likely you’ll be out there enjoying life as you roll the dice and cheer with the lively crowd. The casino has five craps tables with betting minimums of $15 and $50.

The players at the table take turns rolling the dice, and everyone has the option to bet with or against the shooter. Most people bet with the shooter called a Pass Line bet. Wagering against the shooter is a Don’t Pass bet.

Read More: Learn Everything About Playing Craps on the Strip »

Baccarat

Planet Hollywood has two Mini and two Midi Baccarat tables. Baccarat is the easiest game in the casino because there is nothing to know. Before the cards are dealt, the gambler places a bet on the player or the banker to have the best hand or bets on a tie. That’s it.

The goal of the game is to come closest to a total of nine. If either player or banker is dealt a nine or an eight, he wins and the hand is over. If the totals are both nine or eight, it’s a tie. For any other total, the dealer consults the rule book. The best odds are to bet on the banker, and the worst by far is to go for a tie.

Pai Gow Poker 

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Unlike traditional poker, a player is dealt seven cards in Pai Gow Poker. The goal is to make two hands, one of five cards and one of two. Beat the dealer’s two hands and win. Holding one superior hand? It’s a push. When the dealer has two hands that beat yours, you lose the round. The Pai Gow deck includes a joker that can be used as an ace or to complete a flush or a straight.

Your five-card hand must beat your two-card hand. The hand rankings are the same as in hold ’em with two exceptions. A wheel [ace – five straight] is the second-highest straight in Pai Gow, only behind 10 – ace. A wheel is the lowest straight in traditional poker, and five of a kind doesn’t exist. In Pai Gow Poker, four aces and a joker give a player five of a kind which replaces a royal flush as the highest-ranking hand in the game.

Let it Ride

The unusual thing about this poker variant is the gambler is not trying to beat the dealer or the other players in the game. Only his hand matters. To initiate play, place three equal bets then each player is dealt three cards. Face down on the felt are two community cards that are there to help any player improve the strength of his hand.

Once you look at your hand, tuck your cards under your first bet. If you like what you see, Let it Ride. Not thrilled with what you’ve been dealt? Scratch the cards on the table to signal the dealer that you want to Pull Back your first bet. Next, the first community card is shown and again the player has the choice to Let it Ride or Pull Back his second bet, but the third bet always remains on the table.

After the dealer reveals the second community card, he will turn over all the players’ hands and identify winners. Payouts are based on hand rankings, from 1:1 for a pair of 10’s or better to 1000:1 for a Royal Flush. Anything less than a pair of tens and you lose the hand.

Three Card Poker

In Hold’em, it takes five cards to complete a flush or a straight, but in Three Card Poker, it comes as no surprise that it only requires three. What’s a bit more puzzling to traditional poker players is that a straight outranks a flush.

Begin playing by betting the ante—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—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 King high is too good to fold. The dealer reveals his cards, and 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.

Sportsbook

Bet on football, basketball, baseball, hockey and more at the Race & Sportsbook at Planet Hollywood Las Vegas. Place bets on your favorite college or pro teams and watch the game live or catch the highlights. The sportsbook has a bar, racebook and 55 plasma TVs.

High-Limit Gaming

The small High-Limit Gaming room at Planet Hollywood provides a quiet, intimate place to play when you’re betting $100 to $10,000 a hand. The room has five blackjack and two baccarat tables.

Visit the Casino at Planet Hollywood

The casino at Planet Hollywood Las Vegas spans 61,000 feet with nearly 1000 slot machines. With music, flashing lights, go-go dancers and tons of neon, it lives up to its reputation as a hip, high-energy hotel and casino perfectly located at the center of the Strip. Visit the Rewards Desk to sign up for your players’ card when you plan to start gambling, because there may be some promotions valid on that day only.

Planet Hollywood Las Vegas Reviews

4.2

Very Good

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Rated 4.2/5 based on reviews from all travelers.

Good club hotel. Close to Las Vegas Strip. Located near shopping areas with easy access to parking.

Location
4.3 / 5
4363 reviews
Great location. Central location with great sightseeing, dining out and shopping. Great location. Central location with great sightseeing, dining out and shopping. Accessible by car, but parking is costly. Near to public transport and the airport.
Room
3.2 / 5
5782 reviews
Rooms are acceptable but need cleaning. Bathrooms are large but with substandard cleaning. Rooms are acceptable but need cleaning. Bathrooms are large but with substandard cleaning. Great views from spacious but poorly maintained rooms with poor A/C. Poorly-furnished with bad TV's, understocked minibars and unsightly kitchenettes. Shower can be a problem.
Wellness Area
2.6 / 5
111 reviews
Fitness area is subpar but wellness area/options are acceptable. Sauna not so nice. Fitness area is subpar but wellness area/options are acceptable. Sauna not so nice.
Breakfast
2.3 / 5
70 reviews
Breakfast is reasonably priced, but not exceptional. Breakfast is reasonably priced, but not exceptional.
Cleanliness
2.3 / 5
2906 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.
Service
2.2 / 5
3887 reviews
Guests complain about reception and service professionalism. Management seems lacking, with badly rated housekeeping, but friendly service. Guests complain about reception and service professionalism. Management seems lacking, with badly rated housekeeping, but friendly service. Room service could have been improved. Old, neglected rooms with uncomfortable beds, yet lovely views. Recreation staff is nice. Hotel security can be an issue. Valet service could be better. Booking process should be better organized. Concierge service could be more helpful. Service at the pool/beach should be improved. Shuttle service can be an issue.
Pool
2.2 / 5
694 reviews
Pool in need of cleaning. Pool in need of cleaning.
Beach
1.9 / 5
9 reviews
Beach is not so nice. No good beach sports. Beach is not so nice. No good beach sports.
WiFi
1.9 / 5
206 reviews
Wifi quality could be improved. Internet is affordable. Wifi quality could be improved. Internet is affordable.

Good to know

  • Great shopping
  • Bathroom could be optimized
  • Parking is rare
  • Reception should be more attentive

Rated 3.6/5 based on reviews from families.

Good snacks.Stylish hotel.

Location
4 / 5
931 reviews
Great location. Pricey, inconvenient parking. Great location. Pricey, inconvenient parking. Central location with great sightseeing, dining out and shopping.
Room
3.1 / 5
1311 reviews
Average but big rooms with wonderful views, and okay beds. Poorly maintained and cleaned rooms. Average but big rooms with wonderful views, and okay beds. Poorly maintained and cleaned rooms. Bathrooms are large but with substandard cleaning. Poorly-furnished with bad TV's, understocked minibars and unsightly kitchenettes. Shower can be a problem.
Wellness Area
2.5 / 5
22 reviews
Poorly reviewed fitness area. Poorly reviewed fitness area.
Breakfast
2.3 / 5
14 reviews
Breakfast can be improved. Breakfast can be improved.
Amenities
2.2 / 5
429 reviews
Old facilities and poor entrance area, but okay hotel grounds. Elevator in need of updating. Old facilities and poor entrance area, but okay hotel grounds. Elevator in need of updating. Unspectacular architecture. Nice smoking area.
Value
2.2 / 5
330 reviews
Value for money could be better. Internet is affordable. Value for money could be better. Internet is affordable. Food is a bit overpriced.
Cleanliness
2.1 / 5
724 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.
Service
1.9 / 5
852 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. Valet service could be better. Hotel security can be an issue. Recreation staff is nice. Booking process should be better organized. Average restaurant service. Concierge service could be more helpful.
WiFi
1.8 / 5
62 reviews
Wifi quality could be improved. Internet is affordable. Wifi quality could be improved. Internet is affordable.
Pool
1.7 / 5
166 reviews
Pool in need of cleaning. Pool in need of cleaning.

Good to know

  • Dining area could have been cleaner
  • Good snacks
  • Management should be more attentive
  • Stylish hotel

Rated 3.7/5 based on reviews from couples.

Delicious beef dishes & steak.Near city centre.

Location
4.2 / 5
486 reviews
Great location. Pricey, inconvenient parking. Great location. Pricey, inconvenient parking. Central location with great sightseeing, dining out and shopping.
Room
3.4 / 5
598 reviews
Old, poorly maintained, but acceptably clean rooms. Amply-sized rooms with excellent beds and superb views. Old, poorly maintained, but acceptably clean rooms. Amply-sized rooms with excellent beds and superb views. Bathrooms are large but with substandard cleaning. Substandard furniture, A/C, TV's and kitchenettes. Shower can be a problem.
Vibe
2.6 / 5
101 reviews
OK vibe and a friendly atmosphere. Hotel could use some updating. OK vibe and a friendly atmosphere. Hotel could use some updating. Entrance area is not particularly attractive. Stylish hotel.
Wellness Area
2.6 / 5
9 reviews
Fitness area is subpar but wellness area/options are acceptable. Fitness area is subpar but wellness area/options are acceptable.
Cleanliness
2.4 / 5
266 reviews
Cleanliness is lacking in rooms and bathrooms. Hotel facilities could use a good clean. Cleanliness is lacking in rooms and bathrooms. Hotel facilities could use a good clean.
Amenities
2.4 / 5
155 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. Smoking area is ok. Unspectacular architecture.
Pool
2.2 / 5
65 reviews
Pool should be renewed. Pool should be renewed.
Breakfast
2.1 / 5
18 reviews
Breakfast can be improved. Breakfast can be improved.
Value
2.1 / 5
169 reviews
Value for money could be better. Value for money could be better.
Service
1.8 / 5
327 reviews
Friendly but unprofessional service, with complaints about reception and housekeeping staff. Room service could have been improved. Friendly but unprofessional service, with complaints about reception and housekeeping staff. Room service could have been improved. Booking process should be better organized. Valet service could be better. Recreation staff is nice. Hotel security can be an issue.
WiFi
1.3 / 5
20 reviews
Wifi quality could be improved. Wifi quality could be improved.

Good to know

  • Delicious beef dishes & steak
  • Near city centre
  • Breakfast can be improved
  • Nice smoking area

Rated 3.6/5 based on reviews from solo travelers.

Good restaurants & bars in the area.

Location
4.3 / 5
87 reviews
Well-located, although unfortunately the parking isn't easy. Shopping, restaurants and bars in the area are great. Well-located, although unfortunately the parking isn't easy. Shopping, restaurants and bars in the area are great.
Room
3 / 5
100 reviews
Average but big rooms with wonderful views, and okay beds. Outdated, rooms with poor cleanliness and maintenance. Average but big rooms with wonderful views, and okay beds. Outdated, rooms with poor cleanliness and maintenance. Bathrooms are large but with substandard cleaning. Shower can be a problem.
Vibe
2.8 / 5
20 reviews
Decent vibe. Hotel could use some updating. Decent vibe. Hotel could use some updating. Entrance area is not particularly attractive.
Wellness Area
2.5 / 5
5 reviews
Wellness & sports facilities could be improved. Wellness & sports facilities could be improved.
Pool
2.2 / 5
10 reviews
Pool should be renewed. Pool should be renewed.
Amenities
2.1 / 5
34 reviews
Poorly reviewed buildings and an uninspiring entrance area. Elevator in need of updating. Poorly reviewed buildings and an uninspiring entrance area. Elevator in need of updating.
Cleanliness
2 / 5
52 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.
Service
1.8 / 5
83 reviews
Complaints about reception service. Service is welcoming, but housekeeping is not great. Complaints about reception service. Service is welcoming, but housekeeping is not great.
WiFi
1.5 / 5
6 reviews
Complaints about WiFi. Complaints about WiFi.

Good to know

  • Hotel security can be an issue
  • Fitness area can be optimized
  • Good restaurants & bars in the area
  • Entrance area is not particularly attractive

Rated 3.4/5 based on reviews from business travelers.

Location
4.4 / 5
42 reviews
Good location with shopping nearby but poor access to parking. Good location with shopping nearby but poor access to parking.
Room
3 / 5
88 reviews
Average but big rooms with wonderful views, and okay beds. Complaints about maintenance and cleanliness in rooms and bathrooms. Average but big rooms with wonderful views, and okay beds. Complaints about maintenance and cleanliness in rooms and bathrooms.
Pool
2.2 / 5
8 reviews
Pool should be renewed. Pool should be renewed.
Cleanliness
2 / 5
39 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.
Service
1.9 / 5
60 reviews
Service and reception staff are unprofessional, but quite friendly. Service and reception staff are unprofessional, but quite friendly.

Good to know

  • Booking process should be better organized
  • Wifi quality could be improved
  • Service should be more professional
  • Minibar can be a problem

FAQs about Planet Hollywood Las Vegas Hotel

Where is Planet Hollywood Las Vegas?

Planet Hollywood Las Vegas is found at 3667 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89109 - browse our map of the Las Vegas Strip.

Does Planet Hollywood have a penthouse?

Planet Hollywood does not offer a penthouse. Check out other penthouses on the Strip for more expansive stays.

Is parking free at Planet Hollywood Las Vegas?

There are fees for self-parking and valet at Planet Hollywood. Read about free parking on the Strip to access the hotel and its nearby attractions.

Are pets allowed at Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino?

Planet Hollywood is a pet-friendly hotel, allowing up to two dogs per hotel room.

How much is the resort fee at Planet Hollywood?

Planet Hollywood’s resort fee is a standard price, costing between $30 and $40 depending on the time of stay.

Does Planet Hollywood have a pool?

Planet Hollywood has a pool deck with all of the necessities like cabanas and live DJs, as well as its famous Flowrider, the Strip’s only wave pool experience.

Does Planet Hollywood casino have a poker room?

The Planet Hollywood casino does not have a traditional poker room. The casino does offer daily tournaments and a variety of table games, such as three-card poker and Pai Gow poker.

How many slot machines are at the Planet Hollywood casino?

Planet Hollywood’s casino has well over 1,000 slot machines, ranging from penny slots to big-name themed machines. Read more to find some of the best slots on the Strip.

Does Planet Hollywood have a casino?

Yes. Planet Hollywood Resort has a glamorous casino that has games and tables for every type of gambler. Read more about the casinos on the Strip to take advantage of Sin City’s gaming.