This iconic Las Vegas casino is definitely worth putting near the top of your to-visit list if you’re heading to the city! Choose from a huge selection of slots with denominations from one penny to $25 – and there are even old-school coin-operated machines for those looking for some vintage wagering fun! The casino even features the Carousel, Vegas’s only Circus Carousel, where guests can watch the performances while playing their favorite penny slots.
There are over thirty live table games on offer here, including Eight Deck Blackjack, Craps, Roulette, and Three Card Poker, as well as virtual Craps and Roulette. Located just off the main casino floor, visitors can discover the unique Slots a Fun room, which offers opportunities for arcade-style gaming.
Signing up for the Circus Players Club allows members to earn points through both slots and table play, which can be redeemed for perks, including free slot play, exclusive invitations, discounted accommodation, and priority check-ins.
It’s not just adults that can get involved in the fun – the venue’s renowned Midway is all about bringing family fun back to Las Vegas! Here, you’ll find carnival-style games with a huge selection of fabulous prizes. The popular Arcade boasts two-hundred new gaming machines and vintage classics which will delight all ages. The circus stage is in the center of the Midway; world-class circus acts are performed daily from 1.30 pm, which visitors can enjoy free of charge.
There’s no risk of going hungry at Circus Circus Casino. Your main problem is likely to be choosing which of the tempting restaurants to opt for. There’s The Steakhouse, serving up exquisite mesquite-grilled steaks, prime rib, crab legs, and lobster, or the Blue Iguana, where delicious, authentic Mexican cuisine is on offer. Or how about choosing a delicacy from the deli at Big Top Eats, which is open 24/7?
For guests who prefer the convenience of a cash-free experience, casino credit can be applied for. This must be done in advance, and the relevant form can be found on the casino’s website.
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It’s just an easy seven-minute car or taxi ride to the casino from Las Vegas Airport (LAS). Alternatively, the line 108 bus runs from the airport to the casino – the journey takes around thirty minutes.