Circus Circus Hotel and Casino
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3774 rooms plus suites.
107,500 sq ft
Shopping promenade wit mid to lower end stores.
Circus acts perform live in the casino, plus indoor amusement park, plus RV park.
Circus Circus Hotel And Casino, Las Vegas,NV
Shopping promenade with about 20 mid to lower end stores, including Criss Angel MINDFREAK Superstore.
Pool and Spa
Three pools including the one in the RV Park plus three jacuzzi. Most distinguishing feature is the number of children, compared to other Strip properties
No Spa, but they have a Salon by Alexandra Noel
Poker Room and Sports Book
Opened prior to the current Poker Mania, in 1974, as the wear on the tables attest to. Ten tables, no auto-shufflers. More than usual number of Stud games.
80 seats total, 50 for race book, each with its own monitor, plus 30 for sports. Smaller than the large Vegas sports books.
Bars and Lounges
No night clubs or large lounges.
As other strip properties are moving as far away as possible from the family these resorts, Circus-Circus has held tough with its family friendly environment.
Plenty of budget minded young families, that you may hear through the thinly insulated walls. North strip location is not the most desirable. one of the better reviews "not as bad as the reviews would lead you to believe..."
Budget strip hotel, aimed at young families.
Shows + Adventuredome
Jugglers, unicyclists, trapeze artists and acrobats perform every half hour between 11am and midnight.
Indoor amusement park complete with roller coasters, special FX Theatre, and assorted other rides..
Both video games and carnival games with prizes.
Considered by many to be the best "Old School" Vegas Steakhouse. Corn-fed steaks that have been aged 14 days plus another seven days dry aged are grilled over open-hearth mesquite charcoal broiler. More, please.
Mexican and Italian cuisine.
The Garden Grill
Diverse dinner menu. Asian, Mexican, Italian cuisine plus steaks and sandwiches.
Coffee shop with the addition of Red Dragon Chinese menu after 5pm.
One of the larger buffets, but not one of the better ones.