Monte Carlo Hotel and Casino
Just The Facts, Please.
3,000 rooms, give or take a few.
90,000 square feet.
Small-ish Spa and Fitness Center.
One heated pool, plus lazy river and wave pool.
A few stores
Nothing really notable, the first wave pool on The Strip.
Shopping: Monte Carlo
Street of Dreams mall offers a few shops, including: $10 Boutique; Diablo's; Fashion 101.
Pool: Monte Carlo
One heated pool, plus 400 foot lazy river, wave pool (3 foot waves) and kiddie pool.
Spa: Monte Carlo
The Spa at Monte Carlo was recently renovated. 13,000 sq ft Spa plus 2,700 sq ft fitness center with weight and cardio equipment.
Poker Room: Monte Carlo
Open in 1996, when Monte Carlo opened, hence one of the older poker rooms. Nine tables in a separate room, that was recently renovated, next to Sports Book.
Sports Book: Monte Carlo
About 100 seats with 18 television screens.
Nightclub: Monte Carlo
Bars and Lounges: Monte Carlo
Monte Carlo Brew Pub
Andres Restaurant & Lounge
Mavens Overview: Monte Carlo
A low-key Vegas Hotel and Casino. Nothing exceptional here, except the fire in early 2008. A good value choice among the post Mirage Hotels.
Internet Buzz: Monte Carlo
The main buzz on the Monte Carlo is the construction going on next door for City Center, ask for a room on the south side, away from the construction. Many feel the hotel offers nice rooms and good value.
Hotel Overview: Monte Carlo
3,000 rooms, basic rooms are 400 sq ft and nicely, but not lavishly furnished.
Shows: Monte Carlo
Dressed in expressionless white masks and white gloves, these one-of-a-kind dancers guide your attention to visualize the music through their intricate moves, leaving audiences in awe. From Monte Carlo Web Site
Restaurants: Monte Carlo
A large selection of Wines and Cognacs complement the traditional French Cuisine. Specialties include Filet of Beef au Poivre Vert with green peppercorn cream sauce and asparagus hollandaise.
Located in the center of the casino floor, with a modern open design. As expected prime grade steaks are featured.
Serving Pub favorites like pizz and burgers, and of course Beer, over fifty beers on tap.
Mexican restaurant created by The Light Group, the group the designed several nightclubs in Vegas, such as Jet at Mirage and The Bank at Bellagio. Standard Mexican food, no Rick Bayless influence here.
Chinese food with an emphasis on noodle dishes.
Small Italian Restaurant, serves good food in a casual atmosphere. "d.vino is home to Enomatic, a state-of-the-art Italian wine system, offers 18 hard-to-find selections that can be tasted in 1 oz., 2 oz., or 5 oz. pours"
24 hour coffee shop.
Average buffet, with pasta and grill stations, where dishes are individually prepared.
Monaco Garden Food Court
Starbucks; Haagen-Daz; McDonalds, Sbarro.