Casinos with Hotels on the Las Vegas Strip

The Las Vegas Strip is home to 31 different casinos. We split the Strip into three sections for our Las Vegas blackjack survey into geographical sections. The south starts at Harmon Avenue with Aria and down to Mandalay Bay. Our central section runs between Mirage and Harrah’s to the north and Cosmopolitan and Planet Hollywood to the south. The north end of the Las Vegas Strip starts at Wynn and ends at The Strat.

Caesars Entertainment and MGM Resorts operate more than half of the casinos on the Las Vegas Strip. The others are independent casinos or affiliated with smaller casino companies.

Other Las Vegas casinos and hotels

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Las Vegas Strip casinos

Here we sort them by casino operator: Caesars Entertainment, MGM Resorts, and others. All but one Las Vegas Strip casino deals live table games.

Caesars Properties on the Strip

There are eight Caesars Entertainment casinos in the middle of the Las Vegas Strip. All eight properties are between Spring Mountain Road/Sands Avenue and E Harmon Avenue. The Caesars Rewards players card is used at these properties and others across the country.

Caesars Palace

Caesars Palace is the Las Vegas flagship of Caesars Entertainment. It is home to the best high limit video poker game in Las Vegas. The table games at Caesars Palace often offer different rules than other casinos in the same company. There is a large poker room and Caesars Sportsbook on the property. Our Caesars Palace review has more details.


Cromwell is a boutique casino and hotel on the former Barbary Coast property. Once known for its quality gambling, Cromwell is now no different from other Strip casinos. Drai’s Nightclub is located at the top of the building.


Flamingo offers many $5 table games during slower hours. Its high limit table games start at $50, which is the lowest on the Las Vegas Strip. No admission is required for the Flamingo habitat.


Harrah’s is an older casino towards the northern end of the central part of the Las Vegas Strip. It is home to a Caesars Sportsbook. Harrah’s offers some unusual table games, including 3 Shot Poker. High limit tables start at $50.


Bally’s Casino became Horseshoe in December 2022. The casino is largely the same as it was before. It is home to the World Series of Poker and a large table game pit where all blackjack pays 6/5. The only 3/2 blackjack at Horseshoe is in the high limit area, which is closed most hours of the week. A walkway connects the property with Paris.

Linq and O’Sheas

Linq is a small casino located between Harrah’s and Flamingo. It has lower table game limits than most Las Vegas casinos. It also has a smaller selection of games. O’Sheas, once a standalone casino on much of Linq’s property today, is a small bar with table games in the back of the property, steps away from the Linq Promenade.


Paris is easily identifiable with its Eiffel Tower replica above the casino floor. It is connected to Horseshoe, formerly Bally’s. Paris is home to a variety of casino games, including in its high limit salon. Read more in our Paris Las Vegas review.

Planet Hollywood

Planet Hollywood is the far south end of the Caesars Entertainment casinos on the Las Vegas Strip. It is home to a large casino floor, as well as several live entertainment venues and a sportsbook. Read more in our Planet Hollywood review.

MGM Resorts casinos on the Las Vegas Strip

MGM Resorts operates nine Las Vegas Strip casinos. All nine properties are south of Flamingo Road. Except for Cosmopolitan, MGM Rewards is the players card used. Identity is still used at Cosmopolitan.


Aria is in the CityCenter development just south of Harmon Avenue on the Las Vegas Strip. It has over 4,000 hotel rooms and 20 restaurants. In the MGM Resorts family of casinos, it has one of the largest slot and table game selections. Aria is also home to one of the most popular Las Vegas poker rooms. A tram connects Aria and Bellagio. There is a walkable interior corridor that connects Aria with Park MGM. Read more details in our Aria casino review.


Bellagio is a classic Las Vegas resort. It is best known for its fountains. It is also home to one of the largest table game selections in Las Vegas. Bellagio also has a destination sportsbook and poker room. A tram connects Bellagio to Aria and Park MGM. More details are available in our Bellagio casino review.


In the middle of the Las Vegas Strip, Cosmopolitan offers luxury hotel and dining options. Some Cosmopolitan rooms have balconies, a rare feature in Las Vegas. There is a large sportsbook and multiple table game pits on the property. Our Cosmopolitan casino review has more information.


Excalibur was the largest hotel in the world when it was built in 1990. Today, it is a value property owned by MGM Resorts. Excalibur is one of the few Las Vegas Strip casinos that does not have a high limit table game alone. A tram and interior walkway connects it to Luxor and Mandalay Bay.


Luxor is the pyramid near the far south end of the Las Vegas Strip. It connects by corridor and tram to Excalibur and Mandalay Bay. Luxor has two table game pits and a sportsbook. Its high limit salon tables are only open during peak hours.

Mandalay Bay

Mandalay Bay is at the far south end of the Las Vegas Strip. Its hotel also includes Delano and Four Seasons. The Las Vegas Aces of the WNBA play at Mandalay Bay. It is home to a massive convention center and many restaurants. Mandalay Bay also has several table game pits, a large slot selection, a poker room, and a BetMGM sportsbook. Read more in our Mandalay Bay review.

MGM Grand

With over 5000 rooms, MGM Grand has the largest hotel on the Las Vegas Strip. It is also home to one of the largest casino floors in Nevada. The property includes many dining options from a food court to high-end dining experiences. There is a BetMGM sportsbook and a poker room just off the casino floor. Read more in our MGM Grand review.

New York-New York

New York-New York is recognized from Las Vegas Blvd by its roller coaster and a replica of the Statue of Liberty. It is an MGM Resorts property that offers value gaming compared to its other properties. This includes the lowest minimum bet for 3/2 blackjack in the company’s Las Vegas portfolio.

Park MGM

Park MGM is the only nonsmoking Las Vegas casino. It is also home to lower minimum bets and in some cases better odds, than other MGM casinos. Park MGM connects to Aria and Bellagio by tram. Find out more in our Park MGM review.

Other Las Vegas Strip casinos

The remaining casinos are operated by other casino groups or independently owned. The majority of these properties are on the north end of the Strip. From Casino Royale to the Strat, none of the casinos in this section are owned by Caesars Entertainment or MGM Resorts.

Tropicana was at the south end of the Strip. It was operated by Bally’s and closed on April 2, 2024. A Major League Baseball stadium is proposed on the site.

Casino Royale

Casino Royale is a small casino between Harrah’s and Venetian. It stopped dealing table games in March 2020. Today, it is all slots with a few electronic table games. There is a Best Western hotel, Danny’s, and Outback Steakhouse on the property. The food court and bar offer some of the best bargains on the Las Vegas Strip.

Casino floor inside Casino Royale

Circus Circus

Circus Circus is one of the oldest Las Vegas Strip casinos. It is home to the Adventuredome theme park. There is a small table game pit near the front of the casino. Circus Circus is the only Las Vegas Strip casino that still has coin-operated slots. Slots A Fun is a small casino on the property with no table games. It is under the same ownership as Circus Circus.


The newest casino on the Las Vegas Strip is Fontainebleau. It is located across Las Vegas Boulevard from Circus Circus near the former Riviera Casino. The casino deals a large selection of table games. There are also some electronic table game options, video poker, and slots. Multiple restaurants are available including options on the second level and a sportsbook restaurant.


Mirage is toward the north end of the center part of the Strip. It is owned by Hard Rock and will eventually rebrand after a renovation that includes a new hotel tower in the shape of a guitar. Mirage offers a large table game selection, slot floor, and a BetMGM sportsbook. Our Mirage review includes more details.

Resorts World

Resorts World is the newest Las Vegas Strip casino. It opened on June 24, 2021. Resorts World uses an Asian theme. It has struggled due to its location and some business decisions, like pushing cashless gaming and requiring $100 for 3/2 blackjack. Resorts World is home to a poker room. Its sportsbook is among the smallest and most difficult to find in Las Vegas. Our Resorts World review has more information.


Located on the property of one of the first Las Vegas Strip casinos, Sahara closed in 2011 to become SLS Las Vegas a few years later. That concept failed, and it is Sahara once again under a different owner. High limit table games start at $50, tied for the lowest on the Strip. There is a William Hill sportsbook and a poker room on the property.


The Strat sits at the far north end of the Las Vegas Strip. Some consider it to be downtown since it is the only South Las Vegas Blvd casino inside the city limits. The famous tower can be seen throughout the Las Vegas Valley. Its features include three amusement rides and the SkyJump. There are several shows at The Strat. While the casino offers one of the better values on the Strip, it started charging for parking in 2023.

Treasure Island

Treasure Island offers the best casino value on the Las Vegas Strip. It is the only one that pays 3/2 on every blackjack at games that use more than one deck. It also has some of the best video poker. Its high limit blackjack games stand on soft 17 and start at only $50.

Venetian and Palazzo

Venetian is one of the most luxurious resorts on the Las Vegas Strip. It is home to a large poker room and sportsbook. Low limit players will have trouble finding good games here. Venetian was the casino that started triple zero roulette and turned 6/5 blackjack into a fixture on the Las Vegas Strip. The casino connects to the Sands Convention Center. Read more in our Venetian review.


Palazzo is the sister casino of the attached Venetian. Gaming is a little better and less expensive at Palazzo when compared to Venetian. It is home to many restaurants and is connected to major entertainment venues and the Sands Convention Center. There is more information on our Palazzo casino page.

Wynn and Encore

Wynn is in a class of its own when it comes to resort quality. Its gaming is often reasonable considering its luxurious status. The Wynn sportsbook is larger than average. Its poker room is in the connected Encore resort. Find out more in our Wynn review.


Encore is the newer sister property of Wynn. It offers a luxury experience at a slightly lower price. This includes gambling where table games often have lower limits than at Wynn. The poker room for these two casinos is at Encore. There is also a Wynn sportsbook. Our Encore casino review has more details.

Closed Las Vegas Strip Casinos


Tropicana was the only casino on the south end of the Las Vegas Strip not owned by MGM Resorts. Bally’s was the operator. Tropicana offered a good value when considering its location. Players found $25 3/2 double-deck blackjack and $10 table games. The $1 bar top video poker was the best at that denomination on the Las Vegas Strip.

Tropicana closed on April 2, 2024. The future of the property is unknown. A baseball stadium has been proposed on nine acres of the parcel. However, there has been no movement in those proposals beyond unserious renderings. It appears there is not enough financing for the project.

Las Vegas Strip casino and hotel FAQs

How many casinos are on the Las Vegas Strip?

We count 31 casinos on the Las Vegas Strip: Aria, Bellagio, Caesars Palace, Casino Royale, Circus Circus, Cosmopolitan, Cromwell, Encore, Excalibur, Flamingo, Fontainebleau, Harrah’s, Horseshoe, Linq, Luxor, Mandalay Bay, MGM Grand, Mirage, New York-New York, Palazzo, Paris, Park MGM, Planet Hollywood, Resorts World, Sahara, The Strat, Treasure Island, Tropicana, Venetian, and Wynn. While we count The Strat as a Strip casino, it is counted as a Downtown casino by the Nevada Gaming Control Board.

Do all Las Vegas Strip casinos have hotels?

Yes. All 31 Las Vegas Strip casinos have hotels.

Are there any nonsmoking Las Vegas Strip casinos?

Yes. Park MGM is the only smoke-free casino on the Las Vegas Strip. However, a few have nonsmoking sections.

Is there free parking on the Las Vegas Strip?

Yes. Less than a handful of Las Vegas Strip casinos offer free parking. This includes Casino Royale, Fontainebleau (currently), Sahara, and Treasure Island. Circus Circus and Tropicana charge for premium parking. A players card is needed to receive free parking at Resorts World. Free parking is available for Caesars Rewards members at the Platinum, Diamond, and Seven Stars tiers and at Pearl, Gold, Platinum, and Nior with MGM Rewards. On the south end of the Strip, special rates may apply during events at Allegiant Stadium and T-Mobile.

Last Updated on April 3, 2024 by John Mehaffey