Rio All-Suite Las Vegas Hotel & Casino
What We Love
- A swanky tower at Rio comprising spacious suites, near the glittering StripSpending your day and night hitting the casinos, nightclubs, skyscrapers and golf courses of the Strip
- Sticking closer to home, and gaming at Rio’s own casino, or shopping at its 60,000-square-foot mall
- Commemorating your vacation with a tattoo from the parlor
- Zip-lining over town, for the ultimate Vegas-at-night views
What To Know
- This hotel isn't located on the strip but they do offer free shuttle service to and from their centrally-located sister properties as well as the monorail
- Rooms are spacious and have floor-to-ceiling windows
- Free WiFi connectivity is available for up to 2 devices per room
- The main pool closes daily at 6 pm, so if you want to get in some swim time – make sure you're there early
Picture skyscraping hotels, neon-lit casinos, themed hotels, sprawling golf courses and legions of high-rollers in high heels. Welcome to Vegas, the capital of all things dazzling and depraved, where martinis and mojitos fuel all-nighters spent at the casino or dancing on banquettes. While the city’s name may be shorthand for bad choices, there’s nothing guilt-worthy about a stay here. And while you may or may not win big in the requisite rounds of Blackjack, Keno or Craps, selecting Rio All-Suite Las Vegas Hotel & Casino as your base for such a stay is a foolproof bet.
The property houses a 100,000-square-foot casino with more than 1,200 video slots; a KISS-themed 13,000-square-foot mini-golf course; a tattoo parlor; a 60,000-square-foot mall; and entertainment venues featuring comedian Eddie Griffin, magic-comedy duo Penn & Teller and the fun musical Rock of Ages. For relaxation, there’s a spa that offers aromatherapy showers, as well as four pool areas that boast such features as waterfalls or bars. You can also golf at one of Rio’s two area golf courses, one a Golfweek favorite. And for adventure, don’t settle for just a night of dancing (though you should hit the 51st-floor club); head to the Masquerade Tower, and zip-line over the city after dark. After all, if what happens in Vegas stays in Vegas, you’d best be making it count.
Good to know
Please note that a resort fee of $29 (plus tax) per suite, per night is payable directly to the hotel. The resort fee includes access to the pool, fitness center and Internet; phone calls; and parking.
Each Rio accommodation is a sleek, elegant, stylish suite with floor-to-ceiling city-view windows. You’ll be able to watch movies on demand on your 32-in. TV, too – if the loads of local entertainment options don’t pull you away. Classic suites measure 600 sumptuous square feet and offer your choice of one king or two queen beds. If you really want to go big, though, opt for the Masquerade suite. These 1,600-square-foot abodes include a separate living and dining-room area, as well as dazzling 180-degree views of either the mountains or Strip.
There are 14 bars and eateries that make up Rio’s food-and-drink selection, one that’s certain to – as the hotel touts – “encourage overindulgence.” Highlights include a wine cellar with more than 100 choices, all-American Hash House A Go Go and the city’s only all-you-can-eat seafood restaurant. Satisfy cravings for faster food at the outpost of Pho Da Nang Vietnamese Kitchen or the BK Whopper Bar. Or, grab a drink at futuristic iBar or the watering hole in Masquerade Village.
Rio Spa & Salon is a chic, calming space channeling Hollywood glam, with black-and-white photographs of vintage movie stars. There are 15 treatment rooms here, plus relaxation lounges for men and women. You’ll be able to enjoy Vitamin C aromatherapy in the showers and complimentary fruit in the sauna. Make sure to try the Color Light Therapy treatment, one of the spa’s most popular.
From your digs just a short shuttle ride from the Vegas Strip, you can hit live-entertainment venues, legendary nightclubs and concert arenas. You’re also near sprawling malls, impressive golf courses (including Rio’s two, one of them a Golfweek top-100 pick) and, most famously, plenty of casinos. But you don’t need to step outside of Rio for most of these attractions. The casino here measures more than 100,000 square feet and holds more than 1,200 video slots, and other features include a KISS-themed 13,000-square-foot mini-golf course; a zip-line between two Vegas towers; a 60,000-square-foot mall with a range of clothing, art and accessory shops; the waterfalls and four pools of VooDoo Beach; and a tattoo parlor. For some of that famous Sin City entertainment, opt to see Eddie Griffin and Penn & Teller in action, or attend a performance of Rock of Ages. Finish the evening on the rooftop nightclub or one of the lounges, such as Purple Zebra.
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Even though Rio is cheaper than other Caesar's properties, the price difference does not justify the huge gap in quality. The rooms have not been renovated at least for 10 years - everything looks and feels the same or worse than it was 10 years ago when I first stayed there.
In addtion, there is a big parking problem in general, and, especially when checking in: there are a few spots available for the people trying to check in, however, they are located within 2-3 minute walk from the front desk, they are always occupied by unauthorized vehicles and no one is enforcing the proper use of these spots.
The staff of the hotel and the quality of the service we received, on the other hand, is well on par with most of the hotels I stayed at in Vegas. Even though I have not used the housekeeping on this trip time, guest services, bell hop and the reception provided a high quality service.
It was a good experience, it was our first time at Rio. Good overall nothing negative! Our room was nice and roomy and good size bathrooms too. I liked the cleanliness of the common areas and the our room as well.
My room was clean and maintained although the decor was slightly dated. The staff was friendly, especially the housekeeping staff. I would suggest they place menus for all the restaurants downstairs in the room.
Pool is closed, but a big resort fee is in full force. Exactly what resort ammenities did this resort fee provide me? Sauna? Hot tub? Massage? No, none of that. Calling it a resort does not make it a resort. Calling this place a resort, and charging a mandatory Resort Fee is an INSULT!
stayed with wonderful experience and come in & out easily , enjoyed a lot of games,
eat well good foods as like " pho " , can recommand the Rio ALL -suite hotel & casino to my freinds
and also want to stay next trip