Looking for a quiet weekend and a few soothing games of baccarat? You’ve come to the wrong place. From the moment you walk into the chandelier clad lobby, with its giant LED lit crystal ball, you know you’re here to party.
Planet Hollywood replaced one of Las Vegas’s most iconic casinos – The Aladdin – in 2007. Since then, it has earned a racy reputation with lingerie-clad croupiers and go-go dancers entertaining gamblers in the Pleasure Pit.
If you can drag yourself away from the breasts and the blackjack, the food options are fantastic and include Gordon Ramsey’s BurGR, the Spice Market buffet (voted the best in town), and the renowned Pink’s Hot Dogs – plus many others.
Entertainment comes in the shape of entertainers like Britney Spears, Ricky Martin, Chicago, and Earth, Wind and Fire. All performing in a 4,500-seat theatre with a 100,000 watt sound system. It’s the real deal here.
All this in the middle of the famous ‘miracle mile’ of shops, bars, and restaurants. Las Vegas is the home of the casino but there is lots to do away from the tables. If you want to party so hard it HAS ‘stay in Las Vegas’, this is where you make it happen…
The airport is less than one hour from the hotel. A bus service is available. Free car parking is available. Contact the concierge for any other transport related enquiries.
|Address:||3667 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89109|
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