Las Vegas Hotel Review – Rio All Suite Hotel

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Las Vegas-bound visitors who think a transcontinental plane ticket is the only way to experience Brazilian coastline might want to take a closer look at the Rio All Suite Hotel! This unsuspecting favorite among in-the-know visitors, convention attendees, locals, and entertainers from around the globe is an off-strip neon gem bedecked in fiery reds and blues. Its vibrant silhouette is a well-known fixture of the Las Vegas skyline. An extensive 2007 renovation transformed the all-suite resort into every thrill seeker’s dream come true.

The inimitable vitality of Carnival permeates Rio’s atmosphere from the moment you walk through its towering doors. Traditional carnival masques peer from the ceilings and corners, and the ever-accommodating staff is always dressed for the occasion as they serve up your heart’s desire. Four glittering pools surround the resort, along with a full service spa that offers an array of salon services in a tropical retreat-like ambiance.

120,000 feet of gaming space cater to Blackjack, slot and sports aficionados alike, and Caribbean Stud Poker is a favorite with the card gaming crowd. Like its subtropical namesake, Rio is brimming with excursions once you’ve claimed your winnings at the tables. Both the Voodoo Lounge and Flirt! nightclub give you the rare chance to mingle from 50 stories in the air. The Rio Hotel resort is also home to the world-famous Chippendales, Show in the Sky (which is FREE), and the mesmerizing of talents of resident magicians Penn and Teller.

Whatever flavors tickle your palate, you’re sure to find them here. Montorano’s distinctive South Philly-meets-South Beach flavors serve up some of the best Italian American favorites, while the carnivore-friendly VooDoo Steak and Lounge venue serves up marinated beef cuts that will send your taste buds into nirvana. If a catch-all option is in order, look no further than the Carnival World Buffet’s 300 item-long menu amid flames that dance inside raised stone pillars throughout the restaurant.

The South American hospitality you crave is just a click away, but availability is limited. Act now to reserve your Rio Hotel accommodations, along with some of the best food, style and entertainment that Las Vegas has to offer! – by Indigo Z.

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