Riviera Hotel and Casino
Just The Facts, Please.
100,000 square feet.
Achilles 25 Spa .
One pool, with deep end, 9 feet.
ABC Stores for snacks and chachkas.
Bronze sculpture of "Crazy Girls" Arcade with pinball machines next to food court. .
Chocolate Heaven, Frank's Coins, Global Art Gallery, Islands and Beyond, Just 4 Kids, Pearl Factory, Gifts Plus, Quality Leather and Luggage, Reflections Gifts and More, ABC Stores and The Magic Shop.
Pool and Spa
Casual and laid-back pool area with one pool, that has a real deep end, 9 feet.
Achilles 24 Spa:
Located on the 12th floor of the South Tower. The focus is more on fitness than exotic spa treatments.
Poker Room and Sports Book
Plain area in the back of the casino with seven tables. Noted for fairly soft competition.
Sports and Race Book:
About 25 seats for sports and 16 for racing.
Bars and Lounges
Sports Book Bar and Grill
Adjacent to the Sports Book. They advertise that they are smoker friendly.
The Riviera is one of the older Strip Hotels, located in the north strip. Noted for cheaper rooms and lower table minimums.
Low expectations seem to assure a pleasant stay at the Riviera. Many comments ab out the rooms being nicer than thought they would be, or for the price paid. The location is towards the north end, hence not prime.
The hotel predates the Mirage inspired Vegas revival, hence the clientele skews towards budget minded visitors. Current room renovations are bringing the older rooms closer to modern Vegas standards.
Depending on the day of the week you can see: Neil Diamond Tribute by Jay White; Barbara Steisand and Frank Sinatra Tribute show; Singer /Impressionist Tom Stevens; Scott Lewis comedy hypnotist.
La Cage Theatre
Crazy Girls- a classic "Old School Vegas " topless girl revue, "Old School Vegas" doesn't necessarily mean good. More, please.
Ice: Direct from Russia, choreographer Debra Brown has 4 skaters to work with.
Riviera Comedy Club
A changing cast of comedians.
Charo - A Musical Sensation
Music, dancing, comedy.
Kady's Coffee Shop
24 hr Coffee Shop, with pool-side dining. Traditional coffee shop fare plus steaks and pasta.
"Old School" Vegas Steakhouse, plus requisite Seafood.
Traditional Italian restaurant cuisine.
World's Fare Buffet
Serving breakfast and lunch only. Basic buffet, although recently some made-to-order stations have been added. More, please.