Have you been longing to travel, and now you feel it’s time for you to quench your wanderlust? Maybe you already went on a historical trip to Philadelphia? Or you’ve already been on that relaxing trip to the Bahamas. Or you’ve already taken the perfect Florida road trip and now, maybe you’re looking for something more exciting.

So, what’s next?

Four words: Casino crawl, Las Vegas.

Las Vegas promises to dazzle and entertain and keeps that promise to Sin City’s 32.2 million visitors every year with its many activities and shows. But what Las Vegas is known the most for are the casinos. There are around 63 casinos in Las Vegas, and almost 30 of them are on The Strip. So, it’s the best place for a fun night with friends trying your luck at casino to casino.

Here are some must-sees on your trip for the best casino options:


The Bellagio is famous for the dancing Fountains of Bellagio, the conservatory, and being in movies such as Ocean’s Eleven. So, it definitely should be on your bucket list.

The casino at the Bellagio is known to have one of the best poker rooms in Las Vegas, and one of the most famous ones anywhere in the world. This particular 7,000 square foot poker room has a famous high-stakes room known as Legend’s Room that has seen loads of poker pros and celebrities play in it over the years.

However, if you want to relax after a night of gaming, you can head back to the hotel for The Buffet at the Bellagio, or a swim and massage at the Mediterranean-inspired pool.

The Venetian Resort Las Vegas


If you want an out-of-the-country type of experience, you can’t go wrong with The Venetian, with its hand-painted ceilings and gondola rides on the Venetian canals.

Known to be the best place for tournaments including events with six-figure guarantees, The Venetian has the biggest card room in town with over 35 tables. For a more modern gaming experience, check out the electronic gaming collective: a brand-new area with live dealers and fully-automated games with a 120-foot LED wall.



For the gamer looking for an extravagant experience, the Aria is the answer. As “Las Vegas Strip’s most technologically advanced hotel”, the hotel has modern amenities in the rooms and on the casino’s floor. The upscale ambience, complimentary cocktail service, fresh air ventilation system, and comforts give casino-goers a luxurious experience.

The stakes get higher as well, with the Spin High Limit Room with some of the best expensive slots in Las Vegas. This area has dedicated butlers, private restrooms, and an exclusive dining area.

MGM Grand

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For a grand sportsbook experience, hit the MGM Grand casino. The race and sportsbook is known for skyboxes which are elevated and can seat up to 10 guests or be combined to fit up to 20 guests. If you want more winnings, the casino also has a variety of progressive slots that have paid some of the largest jackpots in the past. For high rollers, the High Limit Slots with a private lounge gives you a shot at winning over $500,000.

You can also catch shows while you’re in town, as the MGM Grand Arena is home to well-known acts like the Jabbawockeez and Cirque du Soleil.

Wynn/ Encore

You have to go big in Vegas so why not go to the biggest casino in Sin City while you’re there. The combined casino of Wynn and Encore resorts wins the title of biggest casino in the city and is one of the most luxurious. The casino has 191,424 square feet of sky-lit and floral-filled space with 1,800 slot machines and a state-of-the-art sports book with plush lounge seating and a 1,600-square-foot wraparound LED video screen.

You can also extend your gaming to the poolside as both Wynn and Encore pools offer gaming at the Wynn European pool, or Encore’s XS or Encore Beach Club.

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