Casino at the Flamingo Las Vegas

Casino at the Flamingo Las Vegas

Casino at the Flamingo Las Vegas
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The area
Address
Neighbourhood: Paradise
How to get there
  • Harrah's / The Linq Station • 3 min walk
  • Flamingo / Caesars Palace Station • 4 min walk
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3.5
3.5 of 5 bubbles1,305 reviews
Excellent
279
Very good
365
Average
414
Poor
133
Terrible
114

pmn
2 contributions
1.0 of 5 bubbles
Feb 2024 • Business
"Checked into this Vegas hotel hoping for a hot shower after a night of rolling the dice, but apparently, the water heater took a vacation to the Grand Canyon. The only thing hotter than my luck at the slots was the disappointment in the shower. As for the neighbors, it's like they brought the Vegas nightlife directly into their room. I thought I booked a hotel, not front-row tickets to the neighbor's impromptu karaoke session. Who knew the thin walls would turn my stay into a live concert experience? If you're looking for a place that lets you feel the thrill of a cold shower and the bass from your neighbor's dance party, congratulations – you've hit the jackpot!"
Written 11 February 2024
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Lucan L
Twentynine Palms, CA2 contributions
1.0 of 5 bubbles
Nov 2023 • Couples
Room was filthy, charged us 14.99 a day for internet despite the multiple complaints that it was not providing internet service on the floor where we were staying. It would connect to their router, but then there would be no internet service. This was a problem because the rooms are like a faraday cage and you get zero service while inside your room. When checking out the supervisor refused to remove the charges. In retrospect, should have spent the extra money for a better casino for a better experience. Will not go to the Flamingo again.
Written 11 November 2023
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Carrie
Rice, MN25 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
May 2023 • Friends
Location, price and experiece = 100% satisfied.
Rooms are a great size for the price. We have stayed at Flamingos 3 times and tried a different room each time. Go Room, City View and High roller. We found we did not need to pay extra for views. It's Vegas. We only slept in the room. BUT if you want to see the water show (across the street) stay on the center strip side.
The bathrooms are clean! Elevators were fast and over all our rooms were good.
The pool (adults only) is fabulous. It was very crowded but we were patient and finally found a lounger. Party atmosphere.
Tour the grounds as the gardens, flamingos and birds are beautiful.
The pool drinks were very expensive but they do provide water as you can not bring in any types of water bottles.
Margaritaville (in Flamingos) had affordable and yummy drinks and appetizers.
Exit on the left side of the buidling to find a amazing board walk of shops and resturants.

Con: Check in is not fun and a bit confusing. They allow you to go to any Kiosk and it appears you are checking in but you must wait until the acutal check in time to get your room keys. This requires you to go back and stand in line to "re-check in" . We waited for over 30 mins.
BUT here is a TIP- Try to check in early and if offered pay the extra fee. Avoid the lines later. It's Worth the $$.
**Unless your are a Ceasars' Reward member. You can skip the lines but you must book under your rewards. Online discount sights do not qualify.
Written 15 October 2023
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The Legend
Dublin, Ireland30 contributions
3.0 of 5 bubbles
Was playing in the casino here as we stayed next door , casino staff and waitresses are super friendly, have been here many times and but much has changed , have always liked playing here , place is always busy, played early morning before attending a trade show as we are wide awake due to the time difference, Casio floor is somewhat busy at that hour, have some crooked people hanging around offering us cocaine and weed while playing but other then that it’s a fun place to be, the walk between this hotel and the linq has a constant smell of s*it from the bathrooms at the entrance and weed from people smoking everywhere, the buffet we used to love here , always loved to people watch here as you have all sorts which we loved but sadly was not open this year
Written 24 April 2023
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Linda V
3 contributions
2.0 of 5 bubbles
Mar 2023
This hotel needs a total remodel. Very run down. Rooms were dirty and many broken parts Ex: house phones, faucets, shower heads. Veery difficult to get anyone on staff to help. Casino floor ok.
Written 11 April 2023
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Joel T
Los Angeles, CA254 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Feb 2023 • Business
I never wanted to stay here cause it’s an older hotel, but I was surprised on how great our room was. Beds were super comfy, rooms have bend renovated , good water pressure and a nice view. Casino was great, Bugsy steak house was amazing. Would stay again
Written 9 February 2023
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bin_rockin
Lake Country, Canada2 contributions
2.0 of 5 bubbles
Oct 2022 • Couples
Resort fee…etc added to room charge resulting in an extra +/- 100.00 USD PER NIGHT. Paid 33.00 USD for a mickey of alcohol in lobby…about 18.00 CDN at home…don’t know a lot about slot machines but my opinion super tight…
Everything on Strip proper super expensive…BRING CASH!!!
This place has not made profit for a couple of years and vested interests want to recoup ASAP!
Written 15 October 2022
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lynnstraw
Philadelphia, PA81 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Jul 2022
My husband and I stayed here for one night as we drove Old Route 66 in July of 22. The room had been recently renovated (the couch needed a little cleaning). The room was quiet. It was in a great location.
Written 4 August 2022
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120carolg
Anchorage3 contributions
1.0 of 5 bubbles
Jun 2022
I have been staying at the Flamingo each year for the past 16 years. I'm a Platinum member.I booked this trip (6/29-6/30) in April 2022 for me and two friends. Booked a
Neopolitan suite for the extra space and website said it had a tub, which I need to
soak my feet each night (bunions/blisters). The first room had no tub and the phone didn't work. Went to reservation counter and manager told me only the upper floor suites have tubs.Rebooked me into Room 22107 which he assured me had a tub.
It didn't. Went back to reservation desk and a different manager kept say yes, that
room had a tub. She sent the Housekeeping Manger to look and that manager told her she could not see a tub. Despite the signs all around the lobby that said Room Upgrades Available, the manager told me they were booked solid and could not give me another room. So my friend and I were stuck with Room 22107 and I soaked my fee in two trash cans that I moved into the shower. The shower had black mold at the top and threshold. The sink faucet was coming apart. I had to call maintenance to repair the safe, housekeeping to get enough bedding, toiletries and linens for 3 people. It took 3 hours to get all this done. Three hours of time wasted that could have been spent eating and gambling. On check out morning I told the reservation manager on duty about the problems and asked if they would comp the room. He was not nice and kind of snickered and said "No!!"
I asked if they would comp the resort fees and he said he would have to check and he would call me back within the hour (when I was going to check out). I never received a call. After three weeks of calls and written complaints to The Flamingo, Macy in Guest Services finally called me and comped the resort fees. However, I will never stay at or recommend the Flamingo again.
Carol Jensen, Anchorage, AK
Written 29 July 2022
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Michelle D
Moreau, NY37 contributions
3.0 of 5 bubbles
Jun 2022
The plusses were it is centrally located on the Strip in the heart of the action, there was a lot of dining and shopping nearby and it has a storied past . Unfortunately, no Vegas hotels appear to have coffee makers. Being early risers, and having to catch a bus for a day trip at 5:45am, it was a drawback. The earliest we could get coffee was 6am in the lobby and at $7 or $8 a cup, it was way overpriced. Booze was cheaper. So we ordered a small 4 cup maker and coffee from Amazon which paid for itself(we didn't rent a car and didn't plan to find a department store). Which leads me to: the $15 delivery fee to bring the package into Bell Services and the $5 Bell Services fee to walk the package to our room, despite our readiness to grab it and go. You get nickled and dimed for everything. But you don't know it will happen because there's no fact sheet about the hotel in the room. I get it. It's a touch point in a high turnover establishment. But the online TV "directory" had no information either. Which is why we didn't know the pools were only open from 9am to 5pm, required a room key and a valid ID. It would have been nice to take a dip about 7pm when the sun was gone because oh, it was 100 plus every day of our stay. Nope. But when we were resting in our 19th floor hotel room in the heat of the afternoon, we were treated to the daily pool party, complete with window vibrating bass. I suppose it was still better than the party the Mexican restaurant next door started at 3am our first night, which shook the windows on the 23rd floor and prompted our room change to the 19th floor. If I go back to Vegas, I would likely go elsewhere. The Flamingo was fun, but it wasn't a good fit.
Written 13 July 2022
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