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Rio All-Suite Hotel & Casino
Ranked #101 of 264 Hotels in Las Vegas
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Pasco, Washington
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“Pretty good for the price!”
4 of 5 bubbles Reviewed 26 April 2012

We stayed at the Rio for four nights in mid-April 2012. Got a good room rate by going online and signing up for their casino/rewards club card (no cost to sign up). We arrived there around 2 pm or so and check-in was very quick. It was a long walk to the elevators to the room, but of course they are going to make you walk by lots of slot machines in hopes you will be enticed to play. Our room was on the 15th floor, with a Strip view - very nice. The room was much larger than we had expected it would be - I'd call it a mini-suite, not a separate bedroom but a lot of space in a large room that included the king bed as well as a large sectional type sofa, tables, other chairs, etc. The bathroom area was really nice, as it included a sink and lots of counter space outside the actual bathroom, and then also had another sink and a lot of counter space in the bathroom itself. Kind of an old-style tub/shower combo, but that was fine. We did have a couple of maintenance issues (slow draining tub and the plate on the door lock was loose, but called maintenance and they fixed it right up). Also the ice machine on our floor wasn't working, so we had to either go up or down a floor to get ice each day, but not a huge inconvenience. We really liked that the Rio offered a free shuttle to both Bally's and Harrah's (both on the Strip), and it ran about every 30 minutes from 10 am until 1 am. Wish it started earlier as we're early bird and were ready to get out and about at 8 am the first morning, but once we found it didn't start until 10 we just went and had a shared breakfast at the restaurant in the hotel. BTW, if you're looking for a reasonable priced, decent breakfast nearby, check out the breakfast buffet at the hotel right across the street from the Rio (I think it's called Gold Coast or something like that). If you're a club member, it's only $5.99; and I think it was $7.49 for each of us, since we didn't sign up for their club. Oh, yeah, and it was one of the few casinos that we actually came out ahead on our "investments" in the slot machines at! Back at the Rio, we had some really good sandwiches and fries at their Sports Deli restaurant. The only other thing I can think of that we had wished the Rio had would have been a "directory" in the rooms - we only found out there was a pool because we could see it from the windows by the elevators; we found other places just by walking around in the hotel and casino (two Starbucks, other restaurants, shops, etc.), but it would have been helpful for the hotel to have provided information in the rooms about what all was available inside the hotel/casino areas.

  • Stayed April 2012, travelled as a couple
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5 of 5 bubbles Reviewed 25 April 2012

We checked in at the Rio on 4/15/12 at the check-in desk a very sweet young woman named Patricia ask if we would like to pay $100.00 for a suite up-grade we told her we were only there for one night and bre departing the next morning to drive to Utah to visit the national parks there in celebration of our 40th wedding anniversary. She then got on the phnoe spoke with someone for a few moments and can back and said congratulation we will up-grade you for FREE. She said you will really like the room! It is a penthouse suite and you have to use the room card in the elevator to get access to the top floor, (20th) so when we opened the double doors to the room we almost passed out!! It opened into a Living area with 20ft. floor to ceiling windows with a button to push to open the drapes, a dining area that would seat 8 people with mini fridge and crystal ice bucket and wine glasses a 42 inch flat screen TV between the dining and living area with surround sound, it had a staircase up with a balcony overlooking living area with a huge candelier. The master suite included a sitting area with a wet bar and large master bedroom with a king bed and TV and desk. Large his and her walk-in closet with sitting bench and drawers. Huge bath with glass enclosed shower and wonderful 2 person size jacuzzi tub. His and her vanity area with lighted make-up mirror on ladies side seprate area with tolite and bidet. Needless to say we felt like celebrities! It was a very special way to never forget out 40th anniversary celebration!!! and we got it all for $66.09. It was only one night but will always be remembered! Thanks you Patricia and Rio foe a great unforgettable stay!!

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  • Stayed April 2012, travelled as a couple
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3 of 5 bubbles Reviewed 25 April 2012

I had a one night stay at the Rio after a 3 day stay on the strip. I would give 3.5 if I could as I was pleasantly surprised with our short stay. The room was very large, clean, and comfortable. All of the dealers and service people were exceptionally nice. The pool was pretty big and a good atmosphere.

I could see this the perfect Vegas resort for families (the pool was kid friendly) or those just looking for a get away. While I prefer the on-strip resorts that are a little more "trendy" this was a great off-strip option and should not be overlooked. Oh also, its not that far away - a $8 or $10 cab will get you to Caesers and a short walk will get you to The Palms.

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4 of 5 bubbles Reviewed 24 April 2012

My daughter and I stayed at the Rio and it was great. Our room was very spacious with a great view towards the west and Red Rock Canyon, and the staff friendly and helpful. There was one particular woman on the Concierge desk who was very good (sorry I can't remember the name - dark hair with glasses!).

I was glad we were off the over-stimulation of the Strip although waiting for the shuttle was a bit of a pain sometimes. The pools were lovely. The casino was always busy but for that reason, there was a lively atmosphere.

Angela

  • Stayed April 2012, travelled with family
    • 5 of 5 bubbles
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2 Thank Angela4Travel
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3 of 5 bubbles Reviewed 24 April 2012

I recently stayed at the Rio in April this year. Myself and my husband visit Vegas around once a year and have been many times and we try and stay at different hotels. My review is somewhat coloured by the fact that I visited the Rio as the second hotel on the trip, after having 7 nights at the Palazzo. The Palazzo is around 3 times the price of the Rio (unless you get a promotional offer) but is more than 3 times better.

The Rio describes itself as the only all suite hotel...I don't think that this is an execeptional claim. We had a standard strip view room which essentially had a small sofa and a chair in it ...ta dah ...that's a suite....not that impressive. The decor is really tired too, the bathrooms very small, with a cramped dressing area..all the space is in the bedroom. It is quite an old hotel, but it is starting to really look it too.

Generally though, we knew we were coming to a cheaper option than the Palazzo, so it wasn't going to be as good, but the room smelt slightly of smoke and we had a strip view room which faced onto a skid pan race track. So from early in the morning, until after sunset you could hear the roaring of exhausts and tyres really loudly. I don't think the windows are double glazed as it was really annoying. The TV remote didn't work and the air conditioning kept switching itself off meaning I would wake up in the night dreaming I was in the desert, sweating away and dying of thirst.

The casino itself is ok, pretty tired too, but friendly and has a nice atmosphere...but it's pretty smoky and therefore smelly. The pool area was nice, but whereas you get comfy loungers at other hotels, these were just basic plastic ones, but the pools were nice, one was heated too..a blessing in April - the pool waitresses were a little aloof, but other than that ok.

The Rio's position means that you do need to catch the shuttle to the strip - so if you wanted a hotel where you can avoid getting taxis and just wander up and down the strip....this isn't for you. But due to its off strip position, it does offer one of the best views in Vegas from its bar the Voodoo lounge on the 51st floor. Also a little tired as a venue ..but the view never gets tiring....it's a must see in Vegas whether you stay here or not.

My summary is...would I stay here again. Nope. You can get better than this for the money. There are newer hotels on the strip that offer better levels of comfort and downtown hotels have had a bit of a refurb lately making places like the Golden Nugget really good alternatives.

But if you like the lived in look. the noise of skid pans and a slightly smoky smell ...this one's for you.

Room Tip: Ask for one not facing the skid pan ...it does mean you don't get the view..but you'll be gl...
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  • Stayed April 2012, travelled as a couple
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Additional Information about Rio All-Suite Hotel & Casino

Property: Rio All-Suite Hotel & Casino
Address: 3700 West Flamingo Rd., Las Vegas, NV 89103
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Region: United States > Nevada > Las Vegas
Amenities:
Bar / Lounge Business Centre with Internet Access Casino and Gambling Fitness Centre with Gym / Workout Room Free Parking Pets Allowed ( Dog / Pet Friendly ) Restaurant Room Service Shuttle Bus service Suites Swimming Pool Wheelchair access
Hotel Style:
#24 Green Hotel in Las Vegas
#40 Luxury Hotel in Las Vegas
#50 Casino Hotel in Las Vegas
#65 Family Hotel in Las Vegas
#79 Business Hotel in Las Vegas
#81 Romantic Hotel in Las Vegas
Price range (per night): ₹ 5,735 - ₹ 19,868
Hotel Class:4 star — Rio All-Suite Hotel & Casino 4*
Number of rooms: 2548
Official Description (provided by the hotel):
Spacious suites and luxurious amenities complement the gaming thrills, sumptuous dining and hot entertainment found at Rio. The excitement of Carnival radiates throughout the casino floor and out to the pools of VooDoo Beach where guests can soak up the sun in both family-friendly and adults-only areas. Inside, guests can dine at celebrity chef Guy Fieri's restaurant El Burro Borracho, feast on over 300 dishes prepared daily at the Carnival World & Seafood Buffet or experience the city's finest panoramic views at VooDoo Steak. Enjoy the KISS by Monster Mini Golf 18-Hole miniature golf course filled with state-of-the-art video, special effects and unique KISS props. See Las Vegas in the most thrilling and spectacular way when you ride the Voodoo Zipline and soar more than 400 feet above the ground at exhilarating speeds. Back on the ground, entertainers Penn & Teller and the Chippendales keep audiences enraptured nightly or rock out to the great rock songs of the 80's when you watch the worldwide smash hit musical, Rock of Ages. Of course, you may prefer to dance above the lights and under the stars at VooDoo Rooftop Nightclub located 51 floors about the excitement. ... more   less 
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Rio All-Suite Hotel And Casino
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