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 9458 reviews
- Sleep Quality:
Dirty and runned down. Rude staff!
Stay Date: 07/2017, Armando A. G wrote this review.
Rooms were ok, carpets were torn and dirty. Elevators were very dirty, the garage elevators at the Miracle Mile Mall were far better and cleaner. Hallways smelled terribly bad, hot and humid. Staff was very rude and unfriendly, not helpful at all, sp… See more
Rooms were ok, carpets were torn and dirty. Elevators were very dirty, the garage elevators at the Miracle Mile Mall were far better and cleaner. Hallways smelled terribly bad, hot and humid. Staff was very rude and unfriendly, not helpful at all, specially security. Employees for the vendors inside the hotel were also very rude, specially the ones selling "Visit Vegas" souvenirs, looks messy too. The ticket offers for the Adventuredome are misleading, they make you buy the all day ticket but only a handful of rides are included, the others you need to pay separately, it gets very expensive after a while. Staff at the pool was also very rude to children trying to use the new water slides, not friendly at all. Parking garage was always full, trash everywhere, tight spaces to maneuver and park in. Garage elevators were very dirty and greasy. Not a Vegas resort at all, bad experience! Collapse
Stay Date: 07/2017, WinkelJack wrote this review.
Hotel is very old but it was clean. Air conditioner very loud .Lot of work to check in wait 45 minutes.paid over 120.00 dollars for a two star hotel is to much . Gambling was fine free drink went you playing card slot machines.
Hotel is very old but it was clean. Air conditioner very loud .Lot of work to check in wait 45 minutes.paid over 120.00 dollars for a two star hotel is to much . Gambling was fine free drink went you playing card slot machines. Collapse
Cheapest 3-Star Hotel on The Strip - Not Worth it, Never Again!
Stay Date: 07/2017, 683rosek wrote this review.
Most miserable hotel I have ever experienced! When checking in, the hotel lobby was a zoo (or a circus!), and I never seen it any different the entire time I was there. There were so many people waiting for check-in standing up against the walls or s… See more
Most miserable hotel I have ever experienced! When checking in, the hotel lobby was a zoo (or a circus!), and I never seen it any different the entire time I was there. There were so many people waiting for check-in standing up against the walls or sitting on the floor with their belongings because there was not enough seating, that upon walking in it looked like a shelter for displaced people. The rooms don't come with refrigerators unless you pay $20 more per night, and no microwaves or coffee makers. It seems like a hotel intended to attract families would consider the accommodations families need most, such as those. We stayed in the Skyrise Tower part of the resort, and to get from registration to your room, you had to walk probably a quarter of a mile through the casino and take escalators until you eventually reached the area for the elevators to get to the rooms. The escalators worked only half the time, so sometimes while hauling luggage you had to go up or down the stairs. The elevators were slow, and there was not enough to reasonably accommodate the massive amount of people, sometimes having to wait 40 minutes or more just to get on the elevator. One morning we took the stairs down from our floor after the elevators opened 6 times with not enough room to get on, and then we found you could not get to the casino floor from the stairs, only to outside, then walk around from the parking area to get back in again. Be prepared to sometimes deal with an overwhelming crowd just to get on the elevator to get to your room. Check out time is 11:00 AM, but if you want to actually be able to take your family and luggage down the elevator, you better be out of your room by 10:00, or you will be late to catch a flight because any later than that, you can't get on any elevators, as they are all full. Literally, you could miss your shuttle to the airport if you think you can get down at 11:00 - if you go then, you might not get on until 12:00. Elevators are busiest between 10:00 AM & 12:00 PM, and then again between 2:00 PM & 4:00 PM, and there is another wave between 10:00 PM & midnight, so bad that it makes you not want to leave your room again just to go get something because you don't want to have to wait another half hour to get on the elevator back up to your room. I suggest you plan your meals around the elevator times. We didn't eat at all the restaurants there, but we ate at the Westside Deli and Vince Neil's, and both had fantastic food, worth the price. If you call front desk, nobody answers, so you have to trek back down to get front desk service. The room itself wasn't bad: the bed and pillows were comfortable, A/C worked great, but the showers are too small, they don't provide hand towels, and the closets have no hangers, either (but there are rods to hang things, so bring your own hangers). I only gave the room a 2 rating because of the fact that they didn't even provide a coffee maker, which you get in basic motels nowadays, but this RESORT does not. The wifi is spotty, and sometimes the room key cards wouldn't work. The crowds of people are miserable to go through. There was definitely a lot to do while there, but to get anywhere was exhausting getting around everyone and the long trek from the rooms to the outside access to the the Strip. But most things are not worth the price. Make sure you bring all your basic needs or you will pay an arm and a leg to get it in their shops (ibuprofen, band-aids, etc.), and the amount you get is very little. They need to do something to provide other ways of access between the hotel and the casino. They also really need to hire more employees to accommodate appropriate service for their guests, like answer the phone when a guest calls the front desk so we don't have to go back out into the crowd. If they had enough service to adequately handle the volume of guests, it could be a great place to stay. If you are looking for a place to relax, this is not it. Collapse
Great hotel for kids and families !
Stay Date: 07/2017, Audrey A wrote this review.
At our arrival to the hotel, we got a free room upgrade to the Casino Tower; one of the newly renovated rooms. We loved it ! The room was huge, beautiful, quiet and clean. The view from our window was disappointing but we kept the curtains closed all… See more
At our arrival to the hotel, we got a free room upgrade to the Casino Tower; one of the newly renovated rooms. We loved it ! The room was huge, beautiful, quiet and clean. The view from our window was disappointing but we kept the curtains closed all week anyway. There was also no fridge, which would have been a necessity.. You HAVE to carry water with you outside or you will have a heatstroke, and the faucets in the bathroom only give warm and lukewarm water to fill your bottles. You can use the bucket of ice to cool your bottles, but it will melt during the night, and in the morning, your bottle will be at room temperature. Also, and not only in the hotel but in ALL Vegas, the AC is freezing !!! People figures that because it's melting hot outside, you would like to freeze inside. And in the room at Circus Circus, you have 3 options : High, medium, low and off. Even at Low, the AC is wayyy too cold... and you have very little blankets on the bed. So yeah, these were the 2 main negatives points I have to say about this hotel; the lack of fridge, and the AC supremacy. Other than that, if you have kids, they will ADORE this hotel ! They have 2 McDonald's, pools, arcades games, Rollercoasters, games where you can win plushies, a festive ambiance and Circus shows. Everyday is like being at a Carnival. The Adventure dome is really something to see ! We were two adults and we wanted really bad to do the rollercoasters !! (I couldn't because I am pregnant !) All these wonderful things makes the Hotel quite busy... there are tons of people coming for the adventure dome and sometimes it's hard to move around. There are also Lots and lots of kids in the pools..... so if you want to enjoy a nice swim and relax under the sun... not the best place to go. Like, not at all. Unless you have kids ! The hotel is well situated, at the end of the Strip, and before Downtown. You're well situated to visit both sectors. I highly recommend taking the Deuce Bus. It costs 8$usd a 24h pass and it does almost every hotel of the Strip, and goes downtown up to the famous Fremont Street. It is not awkward to take; lots of tourists takes it, so it's not scary or intimidating. As for the safety in Vegas, I have to say.. I felt very secure everywhere. You should always be careful, no matter where you travel to, but Vegas is not worst than anywhere else I've been. I used my cellphone to take pictures and never had fear to get stolen. I do saw someone (a local dude) waving around his fancy knife to show it off to another dude, but even then, he did not threathen anybody. We did not liked it... but that was the ONLY thing I saw all week that made me feel unconfortable. Collapse
Overlooked on the strip
Stay Date: 08/2016, LoiS-sez wrote this review.
I knew enough to know we needed to be on the strip for public transportation, but $ was a problem. This overlooked old gem has hidden benefits if you're not picky. Yes, it's old-fashioned Vegas, but they're constantly updating. If it's a casino yo… See more
I knew enough to know we needed to be on the strip for public transportation, but $ was a problem. This overlooked old gem has hidden benefits if you're not picky. Yes, it's old-fashioned Vegas, but they're constantly updating. If it's a casino you want (we didn't), it's drab, BUT with real circuses closing there are free performances available (don't even have to be registered). Staff were always accommodating (package pickup, maintenance for HVAC, last day left luggage until later, even room was supposed to cost more, but gave at booked $). There's a kids area/theme park & our LV contact only thought of that & wondered why we were there -- simple: location + $ & the rest was an unexpected plus. If even LV residents discount this place, it's to your advantage. Collapse
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