Rio Las Vegas

3700 W Flamingo Road, Las Vegas, NV 89103-4043
Call +1-702-534-3406
3.5

Fair

24,407 reviews

from $27.00 / night

The Rio All-Suite Hotel and Casino is just that, all suites. Their standard rooms are spacious with over 500 square feet and include comfortable seating and dining spaces. Larger suites have separate living and dining areas, spa tubs and more in-room amenities. With a wide variety of suite styles to choose from, you’ll find something to suit your taste at the Rio. 

All accommodations offer beautiful views through floor-to-ceiling windows, tinted for privacy. Watch Las Vegas Boulevard light up by night from your Strip-view suite, or take in the majesty of the mountains surrounding the valley. No view is a bad view. All suites are available smoking or non-smoking. Several rooms and suites are available with accessibility features such as roll-in showers or tub transfers. And the Rio offers PetStay in eligible Deluxe Masquerade rooms and Masquerade Suites.

Guests will enjoy the VooDoo Beach pool complex with several pools, Jacuzzi spas, a snack bar, an outdoor massage spa, a bar, and even an adults-only pool with a swim-up bar. The on-site spa offers a fitness center as well as spa treatments or a sauna for those wanting to elevate their stay. 

The Rio is home to several iconic Las Vegas shows, including the comedic duo Penn & Teller and Chippendales’s all-male revue. Check out the KISS-themed, state-of-the-art mini-golf attraction with special effects and unique KISS props or head to Counts Tattoo Company, the official tattoo parlor of Las Vegas’ own Danny Koker of Count’s Kustoms. 

There are nine restaurants at the Rio, including the VooDoo Steakhouse, the Royal India Bistro, and the Wine Cellar & Tasting Room. You can’t visit Vegas without also trying a buffet, so be sure to stop by the Carnival World Buffet. The celebrity chef, Guy Fieri, headlines his own El Burro Borracho Restaurant here. 

Several bars and nightclubs offer late-night entertainment for guests and locals alike at the Rio. iBar offers custom and signature cocktails, while Purple Zebra specializes in daiquiris. The VooDoo Rooftop Nightclub, located 51-stories above the Strip, provides fun, drinks, and fantastic views. 

Located on Flamingo Road, the Rio is just two blocks from the heart of Las Vegas Boulevard. Caesars Palace, the Linq Promenade, the Fountains at Bellagio, and more are all just a short walk or ride away. 

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Swimming Pools at the Rio Las Vegas

At the VooDoo Beach complex, you’ll find the VooDoo Beach Pool, which is as close to a beach as you’ll come in Las Vegas outside of the Mandalay Bay Beach located on the Strip. Continue past the beach pool, and you’ll find a group of Jacuzzi spas ideal for relaxation no matter the time of day.  The Fish Pool and the Shell Pool are both unique in size, depth, design, and the type of swimming you’d like to do there. Relax, play, jump, splash, or whatever you’d like, just so long as you follow posted rules. Families may find the Fish Pool the most fun spot of the whole VooDoo complex, especially with the snack bar nearby.  If you’ve forgotten some sunscreen or want a souvenir towel or T-shirt, the Cabana Del Sol Retail Shop has you covered. They sell a variety of poll-related accessories and apparel. You can also rent one canopy daybeds or private cabanas from the shop or the service and information center nearest the snack bar.  Adults can head to the VooDoo Beach Bar beside the snack bar for a beverage, or, if they’d like, check out the Voo Pool & Ultra Lounge. Here, you’ll have a swim-up bar and a more relaxed, adults-only vibe.

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Balcony Options at the Rio Las Vegas

The Rio offers floor-to-ceiling windows for stunning, unobstructed views of the city, whether you are facing the Las Vegas Strip, the surrounding mountains, or even the Rio Pool. This means that most accommodations here don’t offer balconies. However, with beautiful, spacious suites, that hardly seems to be a problem.  There is one way to enjoy a balcony at the Rio, and that’s in their Palazzo Villa luxury suite. These suites are available with one, two, three, or six bedrooms, and each bedroom features a balcony with an outdoor whirlpool spa and a gorgeous view of the private gardens. These balconies provide access to fresh air, day or night, and beautiful views of the palm trees, pool, and waterfall of their garden, as well as the Rio tower beyond them.  Each Palazzo Villa has access to its private garden. These gardens provide an intimate experience for guests whether you are enjoying your honeymoon in a one-bedroom Palazzo Villa, are a celebrity traveling with a few guests in a larger one, or have booked the six-bedroom Villa to vacation in style and luxury with up to 12 of your family and friends.  In addition to private balconies, Palazzo Villa guests enjoy other amenities such as private baths, fine Neoclassical-inspired decor, 24-hour butler service, and complimentary limo service to and from the airport.

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Rio Las Vegas is a Pet Friendly hotel

Those guests traveling with their pets are welcome at the Rio. PetStay offers each pet a welcome treat and clean food and water dishes upon check-in. PetStay eligible accommodations include the Deluxe Masquerade mini-suite room and the much larger Masquerade Suite, allowing you to choose the size and amenities most suited for your stay.  The Deluxe Masquerade is a 500 square foot room with a small seating area. It is available with either a king bed or two queens depending on your needs. Masquerade Suites are 1,600 square feet with separate living and dining areas with contemporary decor and sweeping 180-degree views of either the Las Vegas Strip or the surrounding mountains. The suite includes a spa tub for two with a view. Both of these accommodations are non-smoking when staying with a pet. Guests checking in with pets will have a slightly later check-in time than most other guests, and an additional fee. There is a limit of two pets per room, and pets must be less than 50 pounds each. Waivers must be signed to include any damages or cleaning required after your stay, which is standard for most Las Vegas accommodations that allow pets.

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Rio Las Vegas is a cheap hotel

The Rio is an excellent option for those looking for a more affordable stay near the Las Vegas Strip. While it is not located on Las Vegas Boulevard, it is very close. Head east on Flamingo Road for two blocks, just past the I-15, and you’ll run into the Strip and the intersection with the Flamingo Las Vegas, Caesars Palace, and the Paris Las Vegas with Bally’s right next to it. 

Their rooms are much larger than standard rooms at most other resorts and include a sitting area, making them “mini-suites.” Even their suites are larger than comparable options with spa tubs, a long list of in-room amenities, and great views. You could expect to pay more at other resorts, especially those closer to or on the Strip. 

On-site, you still have many things close by that continue to make Rio a great value. Guests have access to a fitness center and the pool, a salon, and a business center. There is an expansive casino, several bars, a few restaurants, a pool bar, and several popular shows. 

However, the Rio is an older hotel, so the rooms may be dated or feel aged. While still comfortable, most rooms haven’t been renovated. Also, because there are well over 2,500 rooms at the Rio, you may see longer lines at check-in and restaurants while guests get settled or during rush mealtimes.

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Rio Las Vegas is a Family Friendly hotel

With spacious standard rooms that qualify as mini-suites and much larger actual suites, the Rio makes vacationing in Vegas easier for families. Standard rooms start at over 500 square feet, with plenty of room to set up playpens and portable cribs. They also include small seating areas and dining tables. Much larger suites are more spacious with even more room to spread out and let kids sleep, play, and just be kids. 

The Rio also offers playpens, infant beds, and rollaway extra beds for an additional nightly fee if you can’t or don’t want to travel with your own. 

All rooms and suites at the Rio include in-room amenities such as mini-fridges that make traveling with kids more convenient. Easily store snacks and drinks for pre-nap snack times. Room service is also available for breakfast and dinner hours, or there are several on-site restaurants, including a grab-and-go convenience cafe, making finding prepared food more convenient. 

The VooDoo Beach pool complex at the Rio includes several pools fit for kids, from the small children’s pool to the larger beach pool. A snack bar plus canopy daybeds and private cabanas are available for rent make a day at the pool a fun experience for families with small children. There is even a KISS-themed mini-golf attraction on-site for older kids.

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Rio Las Vegas is in the Middle of the Strip

The Rio is located on Flamingo Road, just west of Las Vegas Boulevard. Head east on Flamingo two blocks and you are right in the middle of the Strip surrounded by some of the most popular resorts, shows, restaurants, and shopping. 

Caesars Palace is the closest Strip resort. Explore the Forum Shops there, uniquely decorated in Greek statues and fountains, or check out one of their many bars and restaurants. They are famous for headlining shows like Rod Stewart and Sting. 

Across from Caesars Palace is the Linq Promenade, full of shopping and restaurants and home to the High Roller observation deck. Ride in an air-conditioned pod for 30 minutes as you view the Las Vegas Strip and the entire valley with surrounding mountains. 

The Fountains at Bellagio is also nearby this intersection. This is a free show in front of the resort, featuring towering fountains of water and bright lights, all beautifully choreographed to music. The best view of the show is from the Eiffel Tower viewing deck at the Paris Las Vegas just across the street. 

While you’re at the Paris, explore their French-inspired restaurants and bars, or head to Bally’s just next door to shop at the Grand Bazaar Shops. You can also catch the Las Vegas Monorail at the Bally’s Paris station and explore the rest of the Strip with six other conveniently located stations. 

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Rio Las Vegas has rooms with Jacuzzis

The Rio is known for the breathtaking views of Las Vegas, whether the Strip or the Spring Mountains surrounding the valley. The Masquerade Suite and some Carioca Suites both feature spa tubs facing the floor-to-ceiling windows so you can take in the views in spa-induced bliss. The windows are tinted for privacy. 

Other floorplans such as the Executive and Fat Tuesday Suites are more open, including the spa tub in the center of the suite. These are ideal for couples, especially on a romantic getaway or honeymoon, who would like to share their vacation experience. Or, perhaps try the royal treatment in the smaller Super Suite, each designed with deep blue, rich wood, and creamy white extending to the bathroom where you can hide behind golden drapes when soaking in the more private spa tub. 

Of course, the more luxurious suites at the Rio are also equipped with spa and whirlpool tubs. The one-bedroom Mardi Gras Suite includes a private hot tub for two with a view. The Palazzo Villa has up to six bedrooms, each featuring a private spa tub indoors and another whirlpool tub outside on the balcony. And each Penthouse offers a relaxing soak in a spa tub with a stunning view.

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Rio Las Vegas is a Hotel with Rooms

The Rio is an all-suite hotel, with standard rooms featuring comfortable seating and dining areas that aren’t typically found in most accommodations. Their smallest rooms start at 500 square feet, with plenty of space to relax and regroup between Vegas adventures. 

All rooms are non-smoking, available with either one king or two queen beds. Sit back and enjoy the view of the Las Vegas Strip, the beautiful Spring Mountains, or the Rio pool from your sofa or small dining table. Floor-to-ceiling windows provide stunning unobstructed views of the landscape no matter which direction your suite looks. 

There are four room options which include a long list of in-room amenities. You’ll find a mini-fridge, large-screen TV, safe, hairdryer, and iron with ironing board in every room. Each room features updated contemporary decor, but it may vary even between rooms of the same type. 

Deluxe Masquerade rooms are one of the most popular at the Rio. These affordable accommodations are available with either one king or two queen beds and views of the Strip, the surrounding mountains, or the Rio pool. Several of these rooms are designed for the hearing impaired, and others may include a roll-in shower or tub transfer. The Rio will have a welcome treat plus food and water bowls in your eligible PetStay Deluxe Masquerade room if you are bringing pets along.

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Rio Las Vegas is a Hotel with Smoking Rooms

The Rio is smoker-friendly, as nearly all of their suite accommodations are available as both smoking and non-smoking. While their standard mini-suite rooms are not available to smokers who would like to smoke in-room, upgrade to a suite, and you’ll have no trouble. With six suites, a one-bedroom suite, the Penthouse, and several sizes of the Palazzo Villa all available, you have many from which to choose. 

From the smaller Super Suite with a royal blue-themed decor to the larger Masquerade Suite with 180-degree panoramic views and more modern decor of bold shapes, you will find the perfect suite that allows in-room smoking at the Rio. Be sure to keep the room neat and as clean of ashes as possible. Ashtrays will be emptied with housekeeping. If you need additional ashtrays, you can request them from housekeeping or the front desk. 

You can smoke in the casino and most on-site bars and lounges outside of your room. Smoking is prohibited inside restaurants, but you may be able to smoke outside of them. If you are ever unsure if smoking is allowed where you are, feel free to ask an employee, and they can let you know or direct you to the closest location.

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Rio Las Vegas has rooms with a view of the Strip

Located just off the Strip, to the west, the Rio is in the perfect location to offer panoramic views of the Las Vegas Strip. Spanning to the left and the right, nearly the entire length of the Strip is visible from many of Rio’s suites, making it a top spot for vacationers looking for a room with a view. 

If you want to guarantee that you will have a view of the Strip and are opting for a standard mini-suite room, go for the Premium Masquerade. These rooms include Strip-views and upgraded amenities compared to the other standard rooms, some of which may have mountain or pool rooms. 

Suites guaranteed a Strip-view include the Fat Tuesday Suite, Executive Suite, and the King Janeiro Suite. Those staying with pets will need to book the Masquerade Suite as it is eligible for the PetSay feature, providing a welcome treat, food and water bowls, and other pet-friendly extras. This suite can be booked exclusively with a Strip-view but is also available with mountain views. 

The Carioca Suite, Super Suite, one-bedroom Mardi Gras Suite, or Penthouse may also have Strip or mountain views. For the Carioca Suite, it could also depend on whether you choose a king or double queen beds. 

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Rio Las Vegas has Suites

As you’d expect from an all-suite hotel, there are plenty of options for guests looking for the perfect Vegas suite accommodations. All suites include the same amenities as their rooms and more luxurious upgrades. Nearly all suites are available with Strip views, but you can’t go wrong with any view from the floor-to-ceiling windows at the Rio. In addition to these expanded standard suites, the Rio offers larger ones with up to six bedrooms plus a penthouse. 

Every suite is a little different, from the 1,100 square foot King Janeiro Suite with a palette of gold and lavish velvet fabrics to the 1,600 square foot Masquerade Suite with the more modern decor of bright colors and bold shapes. There is a suite for every style, need, and budget at the Rio. 

The Carioca Suite is one of the most versatile, available with either one king or two queen beds. Double queen rooms may offer accessibility features like wider doorways, grab bars, and a roll-in shower. Those rooms have hot tubs in their well-equipped marble bathrooms and a Strip-view, while the guests in the king Carioca Suite enjoy views of the Vegas mountains from their spa tub. 

If you need a suite with a bit more room, the one-bedroom Mardi Gras Suite covers an impressive 2,000 square feet and offers more luxurious in-room amenities. Soak in your in-room hot tub for two or enjoy a massage in your private treatment room. However, it is the Palazzo Villa that provides the ultimate in Vegas luxury.

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Rio Las Vegas has Two Bedroom Suites

The Palazzo Villa at the Rio all-suite hotel is available with up to six bedrooms. The two-bedroom suite is an impressive 7,350 square feet of luxury, with expansive living and dining areas filled with art, architecture, and furnishings reminiscent of the Neoclassical era. As you tour the Palazzo Villa and its private garden, you know that you’ve stepped into a genuinely extravagant Las Vegas residence. 

There is a fireplace in the living room and each bedroom. All bedrooms have king beds with pillowtop mattresses and satin sheets. There is a whirlpool tub on the balcony of each bedroom that overlooks the Villa’s private garden. This garden includes a personal pool with a waterfall, a cabana, and loungers. The bathrooms each include a spa tub with vanities, makeup mirrors, and an abundance of marble. Robes and Bvlgari bath products are provided. 

It’s easy to see why this luxury suite is a celebrity favorite. The two-bedroom Palazzo Villa sleeps up to four adults and includes complimentary limo service to and from the airport as well as 24-hour butler service. For an extravagant Las Vegas experience in true luxury with all the amenities you could want, look at this two-bedroom suite at the Rio.

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Rio Las Vegas has Three Bedroom Suites

Look at the Palazzo Villa at the Rio for a luxurious three-bedroom suite in Las Vegas. This 9,050 square foot suite defines extravagance, with spacious living areas designed with the bygone Neoclassical era’s art, architecture, and furnishings. 

A gold chandelier hangs above a richly decorated living room with a fireplace and balconies overlooking the private garden and pool with cabanas. The bedroom balconies also overlook the garden, each with a whirlpool tub. Bedrooms include king-sized beds with pillowtop mattresses and satin sheets in front of elegant marble fireplaces. 

Bathrooms feature spa tubs, marble sinks and vanities, makeup mirrors, and more. Complete the in-room luxury spa experience with robes and Bvlgari bath products. The lavish bathroom is a treat that any guest would enjoy for a relaxing soak with a private view.

In addition to the suite itself, the Rio provides the Palazzo Villa guests with premium service, including a complimentary limo shuttle to and from the airport plus 24-hour butler service. This suite is a celebrity favorite because it is private and includes all the in-room and service amenities those visiting Las Vegas expect from a luxury hotel. However, it is available for any guest wanting that celebrity treatment.

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Rio Las Vegas has Four Bedroom Suites

While there is no four-bedroom suite at the Rio, a six-bedroom Palazzo Villa suite sleeps up to 12 adults. At nearly 14,000 square feet, there is plenty of room for living, dining, playing, relaxing, and whatever else you would love to do while surrounded by luxury. Inspired by Neoclassic art and architecture, the lavish furnishings and overall decor give you a sense of sophisticated opulence.

That luxury continues into the intimate garden and pool. You have cabanas and loungers to enjoy with peace and privacy. View the gardens from any of the many balconies within the Villa, including the bedroom balconies featuring whirlpool tubs. Bedrooms include king-sized beds with pillow-top mattresses fitted with satin sheets set in front of elegant marble fireplaces, making them the perfect retreat after a relaxing soak on the balcony. 

If you would rather soak indoors, head into the oversized bathroom and the spa tub. You will be surrounded by marble and mirrors as you pamper yourself with the provided plush robes and Bvlgari bath products. The bathroom also features a vanity, makeup mirror, and other luxurious amenities. 

The luxury experience doesn’t start or stop at the entrance to the six-bedroom Palazzo Villa. The Rio offers a complimentary limo shuttle from the airport and 24-hour butler service. It’s easy to see why this is a celebrity favorite and why non-celebrities enjoy experiencing the celebrity lifestyle while staying here.

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Rio Las Vegas has Penthouse Suites

Penthouses at the Rio vary in size from 3,100 to 5,200 square feet with different layouts, decor, and even views. However, there are elements that you can expect from every Penthouse suite that make them a safe bet if you’re staying in Vegas and want a premium experience with fantastic design elements and room amenities. 

All Penthouses are two-floor suites with grand staircases and a balcony overlooking the first floor. This provides not only a great view of a thoughtfully designed suite but also the view beyond the floor-to-ceiling windows, which, in a Penthouse, are even taller than any other suite at the Rio. If you are looking for a room with a view, you can do no better.

Depending on the style of Penthouse you choose, you may have a billiard table, baby grand piano, or other unique features. However, all suites will feature spacious living areas, dining rooms, and well-equipped wet bars. Bedrooms are upstairs with comfortable king-sized beds and large-screen TVs. The attached bathrooms include vanities, makeup mirrors, and oversized spa tubs. 

The Rio has both smoking and non-smoking Penthouse suites. With so many different Penthouses available, you will find the perfect one for your Vegas vacation, whether you are enjoying a solo trip, a couple’s retreat, or entertaining guests.

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Rio Las Vegas has Spa Suites

Every suite at the Rio includes a spa tub, which gives you plenty of options when choosing the perfect suite for your Vegas vacation. Choose a spa suite with a gorgeous view, with a more intimate and open layout, or with a large, private bathroom perfect for a peaceful soak. 

The perfect spa suite with a view is the Masquerade. The suite itself offers 180-degree views of the Spring Mountains or the Strip with the modern decor of bold shapes and colors, but it’s the breathtaking views from the spa tub through the floor-to-ceiling windows that makes this suite stand out. The windows are tinted for privacy. The Carioca Suite also offers various views of the mountains or even the Strip, depending on the layout you choose. 

The more intimate Fat Tuesday Suite puts the spa tub in the center. From here, you can enjoy the Strip-view and the rich velvet fabrics and bold color choices that are certainly worthy of the suite’s name. The Fat Tuesday Suite is spacious while feeling cozy and warm, especially as a spa suite, ideal for couples. 

More luxurious spa suites at the Rio include the Mardi Gras, Palazzo Villa, and Penthouse. With a private spa tub for two with a view, the Mardi Gras Suite is ideal for entertaining. Each of the up to six bedrooms a the Palazzo Villa have a private indoor Jacuzzi and an outdoor whirlpool tub on the balcony. Every Penthouse features a spa tub with a spectacular view. 

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Rio Las Vegas Reviews

3.5

Fair

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Rated 3.5/5 based on reviews from all travelers.

Close to Las Vegas Strip. Close to restaurants and bars with nearby parking areas. Inadequate rooms with subpar service. Pool should be renewed. Vibe is not too good. Beach is not so nice.

Location
2.8 / 5
2455 reviews
Location is ok. So-so car access and parking. Location is ok. So-so car access and parking. Great bars and restaurants nearby, but poor shopping. Affordable parking. Reasonable sightseeing and quite near downtown. Near to public transport and the airport.
WiFi
2.6 / 5
129 reviews
WiFi is decent and okay-priced. Wifi quality could be improved. WiFi is decent and okay-priced. Wifi quality could be improved.
Room
2.5 / 5
7719 reviews
Guests complain about cleanliness, maintenance, and furnishing. Great views from large but outdated rooms with subpar beds. Guests complain about cleanliness, maintenance, and furnishing. Great views from large but outdated rooms with subpar beds. Mediocre sized, poorly cleaned bathrooms. Guests complained about kitchenettes, minibars, TV's, and A/C. Shower can be a problem.
Bar
2.2 / 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. Alcoholic drinks are not the best.
Service
2.2 / 5
4316 reviews
Service relatively friendly but tending to be unprofessional. Guests complain about reception staff and management. Service relatively friendly but tending to be unprofessional. Guests complain about reception staff and management. Poorly rated housekeeping and restaurant service. Hotel security can be an issue. Room service could have been improved. Shuttle service can be an issue. Recreation staff is ok. Booking process should be better organized. The bar needs better service. Concierge service could be more helpful. Service at the pool/beach should be improved. Tour guide could be nicer.
Pool
2 / 5
1057 reviews
Pool in need of cleaning. Pool in need of cleaning.
Food
1.9 / 5
1261 reviews
Dining disappointed some guests in quality and price. Guests dislike the cleanliness and menus in the restaurant. Dining disappointed some guests in quality and price. Guests dislike the cleanliness and menus in the restaurant. Beef dishes & steaks are all right. Desserts, fruits and side dishes are average. Bad snacks. Good poultry dishes. Fish & seafood is acceptable. Pizza is ok.
Amenities
1.6 / 5
2549 reviews
Facilities are outdated, but outdoor sports facilities are top-notch. Elevator in need of updating. Facilities are outdated, but outdoor sports facilities are top-notch. Elevator in need of updating. Poorly reviewed entrance area and poor handicap accessibility. Architecture not so nice. Terrace is not particularly attractive. Conventional kids facilities.
Wellness Area
1.5 / 5
138 reviews
Poorly reviewed fitness area. Poorly reviewed fitness area.
Cleanliness
1.5 / 5
3516 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.
Beach
1.5 / 5
12 reviews
Beach is not so nice. Beach is not so nice.
Vibe
1.2 / 5
2121 reviews
Atmosphere not particularly friendly, giving poor vibes. Hotel could use some updating. Atmosphere not particularly friendly, giving poor vibes. Hotel could use some updating. Entrance area is not particularly attractive. Hotel could be more stylish. Hotel is relatively luxurious. Great for a wellness holiday. Good for traveling with friends. Awesome for families.
Breakfast
1.1 / 5
126 reviews
Breakfast is reasonably priced, but not exceptional. Breakfast is reasonably priced, but not exceptional.

Good to know

  • Rooms in need of an update
  • Furniture needs more attention
  • Hotel could use some updating
  • Beds need improvement

Rated 3.1/5 based on reviews from families.

Affordable parking.Great view.

Comfort
3 / 5
612 reviews
Reasonably comfortable rooms, and okay bathroom size. Spacious rooms with subpar beds and A/C. Reasonably comfortable rooms, and okay bathroom size. Spacious rooms with subpar beds and A/C.
Location
2.8 / 5
432 reviews
Location is ok. Great restaurants and bars, with OK sightseeing opportunities. Location is ok. Great restaurants and bars, with OK sightseeing opportunities. Not many options for shopping. Affordable parking. Reasonably accessible by car.
Room
2.3 / 5
1554 reviews
Guests complain about cleanliness, maintenance, and furnishing. Great views from large but outdated rooms with subpar beds. Guests complain about cleanliness, maintenance, and furnishing. Great views from large but outdated rooms with subpar beds. Mediocre sized, poorly cleaned bathrooms. Guests complained about kitchenettes, minibars, TV's, and A/C. Shower can be a problem.
Service
2 / 5
814 reviews
Service relatively friendly but tending to be unprofessional. Guests complain about reception staff and management. Service relatively friendly but tending to be unprofessional. Guests complain about reception staff and management. Poorly rated housekeeping and restaurant service. Room service could have been improved. Hotel security can be an issue. Valet service is ok. Shuttle service can be an issue. Booking process should be better organized. Recreation staff is ok. The bar needs better service.
Bar
2 / 5
22 reviews
Poor bar with subpar drinks. The bar needs better service. Poor bar with subpar drinks. The bar needs better service.
WiFi
1.9 / 5
29 reviews
Wifi quality could be improved. Internet is affordable. Wifi quality could be improved. Internet is affordable.
Pool
1.7 / 5
227 reviews
Pool in need of cleaning. Pool in need of cleaning.
Wellness Area
1.5 / 5
16 reviews
Poorly reviewed fitness area. Poorly reviewed fitness area.
Food
1.5 / 5
207 reviews
Guests complain about the dining, with a poor menu and high prices. Beef dishes & steaks are all right. Guests complain about the dining, with a poor menu and high prices. Beef dishes & steaks are all right.
Cleanliness
1.3 / 5
778 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.
Amenities
1.2 / 5
463 reviews
Facilities in need of refurbishment. Poorly reviewed entrance area and poor handicap accessibility. Facilities in need of refurbishment. Poorly reviewed entrance area and poor handicap accessibility. Elevator in need of updating. Architecture not so nice. Smoking area is not nice.
Breakfast
1.2 / 5
22 reviews
Breakfast can be improved. Breakfast can be improved.
Vibe
1 / 5
364 reviews
Atmosphere not particularly friendly, giving poor vibes. Hotel could use some updating. Atmosphere not particularly friendly, giving poor vibes. Hotel could use some updating. Entrance area is not particularly attractive. Hotel could be more stylish. Hotel is relatively luxurious.

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  • Affordable parking
  • Great view
  • Good restaurants & bars in the area

Rated 3.3/5 based on reviews from couples.

Comfort
3.4 / 5
438 reviews
Comfort and noise level are okay, rooms are large. Guests had problems with the beds, A/C, and bathroom size. Comfort and noise level are okay, rooms are large. Guests had problems with the beds, A/C, and bathroom size.
Location
3.2 / 5
335 reviews
Location is ok. Great accessibility by car with affordable parking. Location is ok. Great accessibility by car with affordable parking. Great bars and restaurants nearby, but poor shopping. Reasonable sightseeing and quite near downtown.
Room
2.6 / 5
943 reviews
Big enough rooms with awesome views. Rooms are poorly maintained and cleaned, with poorly rated beds. Big enough rooms with awesome views. Rooms are poorly maintained and cleaned, with poorly rated beds. Mediocre sized, poorly cleaned bathrooms. Poor quality TV's, furniture, and kitchenettes. Rooms needing updating with poor quality A/C and minibars. Shower can be a problem.
Service
2.4 / 5
445 reviews
Guests complain about the professionalism of the staff and management. Reception is poor, as is the restaurant service. Guests complain about the professionalism of the staff and management. Reception is poor, as is the restaurant service. Service is generally friendly, although bar service is poor. Booking process should be better organized. Valet service is ok. Room service could have been improved. Shuttle service can be an issue. Hotel security can be an issue. Recreation staff is ok.
Bar
2.1 / 5
17 reviews
Bar could improve. The bar needs better service. Bar could improve. The bar needs better service.
Food
1.9 / 5
119 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.
WiFi
1.9 / 5
19 reviews
Wifi quality could be improved. Wifi quality could be improved.
Pool
1.7 / 5
138 reviews
Pool in need of cleaning. Pool in need of cleaning.
Amenities
1.7 / 5
264 reviews
Older facilities and unpleasant entrance area. Elevator in need of updating. Older facilities and unpleasant entrance area. Elevator in need of updating. Architecture not so nice.
Cleanliness
1.6 / 5
433 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.
Wellness Area
1.4 / 5
15 reviews
Poorly reviewed fitness area. Poorly reviewed fitness area.
Vibe
1.1 / 5
245 reviews
Vibe is not too good. Hotel could use some updating. Vibe is not too good. Hotel could use some updating. Atmosphere could be friendlier. Entrance area is not particularly attractive. Hotel could be more stylish. Hotel is relatively luxurious.
Breakfast
1.1 / 5
28 reviews
Breakfast can be improved. Breakfast can be improved.

Good to know

  • Beverages could be cheaper
  • Dining experience could be nicer
  • Architecture not so nice
  • The bar needs better service

Rated 3.2/5 based on reviews from solo travelers.

Comfort
4 / 5
105 reviews
Large, comfortable rooms. Subpar beds and ineffective A/C. Large, comfortable rooms. Subpar beds and ineffective A/C.
Value
3.1 / 5
66 reviews
Fairly good value for money. Fairly good value for money.
Room
3 / 5
249 reviews
Big enough rooms with awesome views. Poorly cleaned, old rooms and bathrooms, and insufficient A/C. Big enough rooms with awesome views. Poorly cleaned, old rooms and bathrooms, and insufficient A/C. Room maintenance is lacking, as are beds, kitchenettes and furnishings. Shower can be a problem.
Location
2.7 / 5
105 reviews
Location is ok. Great accessibility by car with affordable parking. Location is ok. Great accessibility by car with affordable parking. Restaurants & bars in the area are ok. Sightseeing is average. Not many options for shopping.
Service
2.2 / 5
123 reviews
Problems with management professionalism. Service friendliness is ok, but reception and housekeeping were substandard. Problems with management professionalism. Service friendliness is ok, but reception and housekeeping were substandard. Hotel security can be an issue. Room service could have been improved. Shuttle service can be an issue.
Pool
2 / 5
26 reviews
Pool should be renewed. Pool should be renewed.
Cleanliness
1.9 / 5
90 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.
Food
1.8 / 5
39 reviews
Food and menu are not highly reviewed. Food and menu are not highly reviewed.
Amenities
1.6 / 5
59 reviews
Facilities in need of refurbishment. Elevator in need of updating. Facilities in need of refurbishment. Elevator in need of updating.
WiFi
1.6 / 5
5 reviews
Complaints about WiFi. Complaints about WiFi.
Wellness Area
1.4 / 5
6 reviews
Poorly reviewed fitness area. Poorly reviewed fitness area.
Breakfast
1 / 5
11 reviews
Breakfast can be improved. Breakfast can be improved.
Vibe
0.9 / 5
64 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.

Good to know

  • Management should be more attentive
  • Fitness area can be optimized
  • Hotel security can be an issue
  • Breakfast can be improved

Rated 3/5 based on reviews from business travelers.

Location
2.8 / 5
51 reviews
Okay location and parking. Good restaurants & bars in the area. Okay location and parking. Good restaurants & bars in the area.
Room
2.4 / 5
176 reviews
Big rooms with nice views, yet somewhat old and neglected. Uncomfortable beds and furniture, and badly cleaned rooms and bathrooms. Big rooms with nice views, yet somewhat old and neglected. Uncomfortable beds and furniture, and badly cleaned rooms and bathrooms. Shower can be a problem.
Bar
2 / 5
5 reviews
Bar could improve. Bar could improve.
Pool
2 / 5
11 reviews
Pool should be renewed. Pool should be renewed.
Food
1.7 / 5
18 reviews
Food could be better. Food could be better.
Service
1.7 / 5
91 reviews
Unprofessional service, with poor housekeeping and reception. Service is relatively friendly. Unprofessional service, with poor housekeeping and reception. Service is relatively friendly.
Amenities
1.6 / 5
42 reviews
Hotel buildings could use some improvement. Elevator in need of updating. Hotel buildings could use some improvement. Elevator in need of updating.
Cleanliness
1.4 / 5
78 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
1.1 / 5
50 reviews
Vibe is not too good. Hotel could use some updating. Vibe is not too good. Hotel could use some updating.

Good to know

  • Hotel could be more stylish
  • Service should be more professional
  • Shower can be a problem
  • TV needs to be updated

FAQs about Rio Las Vegas Hotel

Where is Rio Las Vegas?

Rio Las Vegas is found at 3700 W Flamingo Road, Las Vegas, NV 89103-4043 - browse our map of the Las Vegas Strip.

How far is Rio Las Vegas from the Strip?

Rio Las Vegas is slightly less than a mile away from the Strip and is a center Strip hotel, sitting close to resorts such as Caesars Palace.

How much is parking at Rio Las Vegas?

The Rio All-Suite Hotel offers free self-parking and free valet parking for all visitors. Find more free parking on the Strip to score this rare perk.

Does The Rio Las Vegas have a resort fee?

Yes. Rio Las Vegas charges a resort fee between $30 and $40 per day. Read more about Las Vegas resort fees to find out which hotels have no resort fees.