Circus Circus Hotel & Casino
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The Circus Circus Hotel & Casino is conveniently located along Las Vegas’ strip, meaning you can start your American adventure as soon as you arrive in the area. The hotel has everything you could possibly ask for in terms of entertainment – head to the casino for a fun experience, see a Midway game, visit the world’s largest permanent circus show (complimentary) or brave The Adventuredome, America’s largest indoor theme park.
All of the newly refreshed and remodelled guest rooms at the Circus Circus Hotel & Casino provide comfortable and traditionally designed accommodation in a relaxed setting. All rooms come with a range of furnishings and pillow-top mattresses, as well as a 40’’ flat panel TV and Wi-Fi access. Rooms also include a hair dryer, an alarm clock, ironing facilities, an in-room safe and a writing desk and chair.
After a fun-filled day in Vegas, check out one of the hotel’s stylish eateries and sample truly delicious American fare. The hotel also provides a host of retail stores, a salon, a spa, a full-service wedding chapel and multiple free-form pools.
Hotel Facilities & Services
- Total Rooms Number: 3767
- 24 hour front desk
- Lift to all Floors
- Tea and Coffee Making Facilities
- Internet Access
- In Room Safe
- Iron/Ironing Board
- Cable/Satellite TV channels
- Outdoor Pool Free: No
- Treatment Rooms
- Hair salon
- Name: McCarran International Airport (Las Vegas)
- Distance: 5.6 kilometres
Bar and Restaurant
- Bar in Hotel
- Restaurant in hotel
- Nearest Airport Name: Mccarran International Airport (Las Vegas) Distance: 5.6 kilometres
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TripAdvisor Traveller Rating
- Overall: based on 9434 reviews
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Stay Date: 07/2017, Hecticmomx3 wrote this review.
Circus Circus was our first family vacation that we got two adjoining rooms. We loved that the kids had their room and me and hubby had ours. The kids loved the Adventure dome, the water park with slides and pool. We ate outside the hotel so I really… See more
Circus Circus was our first family vacation that we got two adjoining rooms. We loved that the kids had their room and me and hubby had ours. The kids loved the Adventure dome, the water park with slides and pool. We ate outside the hotel so I really don't know how the food was. Not too expensive for the rooms. Only paid $300 for both rooms. No music when at the pool, that was a bummer. The cabina was nice only $75 for the whole day. We also went to the game area that had live shows. The strip was a bit of a walk, not close at all. In 100+ degree heat that was a no no. If you want something expensive with kids this is a fun place for them. Collapse
Stay Date: 07/2017, a customer wrote this review.
Book for me by my boss. The first place at Circus Circus was "sketchy" no one to great you, my daughter & son in law said no way to this place. My boss was only going on the reviews & photos. When I checked in I upgraded to the main hotel. I felt… See more
Book for me by my boss. The first place at Circus Circus was "sketchy" no one to great you, my daughter & son in law said no way to this place. My boss was only going on the reviews & photos. When I checked in I upgraded to the main hotel. I felt much safer. Rooms are ok, no refrigerator, coffee maker (guests used to take them so the hotel completely discontinued them all together). They have no room service at all, but there are plenty of places to get food or drink at the hotel. Remember it is a casino so everything is very expensive. In one store they were charging $24.00 for a bottle of wine that would get 2 glasses out of it, later I found the exact same wine,size for $50.00. I never did have wine. A single beer was approximately $5.50. Lots of things for kids to do, my granddaughters had a great time. I did have an issue with missing earrings, but they showed up in a place where I never would have put them. I did get security involved, everyone was great. I would recommend this hotel if you have money, time and patience. Collapse
Stay Date: 07/2017, Mtap14 wrote this review.
This property itself is probably a 2star property but if you are aware of it and acknowledge that fact beforehand it can be a lot of fun! The suite we got was run down but comfortable & clean. Adventuredome is tons of fun especially for kids about… See more
This property itself is probably a 2star property but if you are aware of it and acknowledge that fact beforehand it can be a lot of fun! The suite we got was run down but comfortable & clean. Adventuredome is tons of fun especially for kids about ages 3-15. We spent all day there, riding the rides and playing the carnival games. There is a ESC video theater that's basically a big video game area on the way to the pool, lots of different games. We competed against about 10 others that were playing. The steakhouse had good food again the environment is old but the food is very good. The pizza place had good pizza. The cafe was a solid choice for 24/7 dining. The water slides were TONS of fun for the kids. The circus acts under the big top are free and pretty entertaining. I put a little money in the slots and won a little bit of $, which made it entertaining. All in all going in knowing exactly what type place your booking ahead of time can go a long way in making this place fun. NOT for those looking for an upscale experience. It's for families on a budget. There are hundreds of kids running around. Collapse
Proximity to Ross, Indian restaurant etc
Stay Date: 07/2017, 307Navi wrote this review.
I was there for 3 days. Hotel is big and looks lavish but the basic amenities that most of the hotels in US have like microwave, drinking water were found missing. Shopping centre with Mc Donald's and others is very close by with a walking distance t… See more
I was there for 3 days. Hotel is big and looks lavish but the basic amenities that most of the hotels in US have like microwave, drinking water were found missing. Shopping centre with Mc Donald's and others is very close by with a walking distance to Ross and other 7by 11 types of places but if you are looking for something beyond casino, it will never be my first choice. Rooms are spacious, but basic amenities are not provided. Collapse
You get what you pay for!
Stay Date: 07/2017, Shawner11 wrote this review.
There were some snags in our original trip, so we went ahead and rebooked with Circus Circus using a Groupon. Check-in was fast and easy! I wish I got our front desk reps name, because she was so friendly. We were told our “run of the house” room mea… See more
There were some snags in our original trip, so we went ahead and rebooked with Circus Circus using a Groupon. Check-in was fast and easy! I wish I got our front desk reps name, because she was so friendly. We were told our “run of the house” room meant the Circus Circus Manor, which was on their property but had the appeal of a glorified truck stop. The only saving grace about being thrown in these barracks was that parking was open and super easy (we got to park right under our window) and you didn’t have to access it from Las Vegas Blvd. Noise is a major factor to consider. You could hear neighbors talking, bathrooms noises (i.e. flushing and showers), running kids, etc. This could’ve been due to our proximity to the housekeeping storage room, but even the maid staff had loud conversations in the hall ways. Everything in Circus Circus is worn down, but I knew that heading in so it wasn’t shocking. They did a major improvements to the pool area, which included waterslides; however it was pulling teeth to find out the seasonal pool hours, so when we finally visited the pool, the slides were closed. The pool itself was pretty gross. They had two open options and a splash pad for the kids. I sort of expected that because of the kid-friendly nature of the hotel, that at least one pool would be labeled adult-only, but there was not. The lifeguards paid no attention. A father was trying to ask a question; he was waving, whistling, and saying “excuse me” and they didn’t even acknowledge him. Water was yellowish and cloudy. I made a joke to my friend when we got in saying “yup, we’re getting the flu from this” and sure enough I got sick almost instantly after leaving the water (it wasn’t the food as we plate-shared at a restaurant for breakfast so my friend would’ve been sick too). I’m not upset about any of these hiccups as I knew what to expect! I just don’t think I’ll be coming back until I need a kid-friendly hotel. Collapse
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