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Flamingo description

Themed as an island paradise (and a Jimmy Buffett outpost) and located on the busiest intersection of the Strip, the Flamingo is replete with entertainment, good eats and pink flamingos.

The vibe:

Fabulously pink, tropical attitude, enduring mob-era aura

What we love:

Right next to the wildlife habitat is the kind of pool you could spend the majority of your Vegas trip at (as long as you don’t come in winter when it’s closed). Not only are there palms trees and lush greenery everywhere your eyes can see, but the main pool is interconnected to lagoon areas, a waterslide and cascading waterfall. Factor in the hot tubs and modest-sized deck (with lounge chairs that get claimed quickly, so you may want to spring for a cabana here) and you’ve got a chill vibe that’s more friendly than clubby as well as fun for all ages.

It’s hard to do better location-wise than the Flamingo. The rooms are reasonably priced especially considering you’re steps away from elite resorts and attractions like the Fountains at Bellagio, the High Roller observation wheel, the Eiffel Tower Viewing Deck and The Forum Shops at Caesars Palace.

Good to know:

The Flamingo opened in 1946. We’re telling you this for two reasons. One: That’s really cool historically. Two: Despite the age of the building, you’ll find that many of the rooms and amenities are surprisingly contemporary.

Remember how we mentioned that this hotel was built in 1946…well, being constructed back then means that you’ll find low ceilings in the casino compared to those at newer properties. If you start to feel overwhelmed or closed in while gambling, stroll over to the Margaritaville Casino. The doors are open to the Strip so it feels roomier and the ventilation is better. 

The Flamingo has a dedicated seven-story parking garage — used for both valet and self-parking. On busy weekends it can fill up. When this happens, valet parking may be restricted to registered guests and Caesars Rewards club members.

Insider tips:

Snap a photo at Bugsy Siegel’s memorial. It’s located between the wildlife habitat and the pools, just outside the wedding chapel. Look for a stone pillar and bronze plaque set amid a beautiful garden. This marks the site of the original hotel (knocked down in 1993).

Don’t wait to check out. When lines are long, you’ll often spot a roving ambassador at the Flamingo with the ability to check you out on an iPad. The only down side: You won’t get your receipt immediately. You’ll have to wait until it’s emailed to you.

Use the Flamingo’s north doors when you’re going to The LINQ Promenade. Otherwise you’ll have to walk out onto the Strip. Trust us, you want to avoid the river of people that flows along the sidewalk here. Nothing beats the direct access you have from the resort’s side entrance.


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  • Race & Sports Book:
    Yes. The Flamingo Las Vegas Race & Sports Book. 
  • Restaurants:
    Beach Club, Carlos ‘N Charlie’s Restaurant Las Vegas, Club Cappuccino, Flamingo Food Court, Margaritaville Las Vegas, Paradise Garden Buffet.    
  • Entertainment:
    Yes. RuPaul’s Drag Race Live, X Burlesque, XBU: X Burlesque University and Piff The Magic Dragon.
  • Nightlife:
    Bird Bar, The Garden Bar and Bugsy’s Bar.    
  • Attractions:
    Yes. The Wildlife Habitat and nearby at The LINQ Promenade, the High Roller Observation Wheel. 
  • Pool:
    Yes. The Flamingo Pool and GO Pool Dayclub. 
  • Health club or fitness equipment:
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  • Spa:
    Yes. The Spa at the Flamingo. The Uno Salon is also located on the property. 
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  • Wedding services:
    Yes, the Garden Chapel, which combines an element of glamour while maintaining the Flamingo hotel’s timeless appeal, offers a number of wedding packages.
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  • Pets allowed:
    Yes. Dogs 50 pounds and under are allowed. A maximum of two dogs are allowed. You must book the special pet room category. There is a refundable deposit. Deposit will be refunded pending no damages.
  • In-room Internet access:
    Internet access for 2 devices is included per 24 hours of resort fee, guests can pay an additional charge of $14.99 per day for each additional device. 
  • Hotel amenities:
    Hertz Rent-a-Car desk, a beauty salon and barber shop, concierge, currency exchange, luggage, maid and room service, dog relief area, arcade area, oxygen bar, safety deposit box and wake-up calls.
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  • Free Parking:
    Free parking is available for locals, hotel guests and Platinum Caesars Rewards Members. 
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  • Shuttle service to the strip:
    The Las Vegas Monorail route includes stops at: MGM Grand, Bally’s / Paris, Flamingo, Harrah’s / The LINQ Hotel & Casino, Las Vegas Convention Center, Westgate Las Vegas and SLS Las Vegas Hotel & Casino.
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  • Check-in time:
    4 p.m.
  • Check-out time:
    11 a.m.
  • Minimum age to reserve a room:
    21 years.
  • Policies:
    The maximum total number of guests (adults and children) in a room is four. An extra person charge is applied for more than two guests in a room (even if the additional guest is a child).
  • Incidental charges:
    Hotel requires a credit card at check-in for incidental charges.
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