The Flamingo was the first casino hotel in Las Vegas, and the iconic neon starburst at its entrance still defines the intersection of The Strip and Flamingo Road. The hotel's decades-long legacy as a staple of the Vegas experience dates to its 1946 founding by Bugsy Siegel. Today, the Flamingo is a casino and resort palace, attracting adventurous spirits to a classic brand of Vegas excitement. The Las Vegas Monorail stops on site, offering you a quick way to get to the Las Vegas Convention Center,
Bally’s, and more Sin City attractions.
As soon as you arrive, you'll want to explore The Flamingo's famous 15-acre water playground, where a series of pools, connected via lagoons, surrounds a huge waterfall and a seasonal waterslide. Stroll through the west side of the tropical retreat to find the wildlife habitat, home to swans, koi, turtles, and--of course--a flock of Chilean flamingos.
The festive, Caribbean-style casino may eventually lure you indoors with table games from craps to blackjack, more than 1,600 slot machines (including popular 2-cent progressives), and a race and sports book. The sizable Spa at Flamingo is tempting, too; offerings include separate men's and women's areas, eucalyptus steam rooms, and a fitness center.
When evening falls, the Flamingo's headliner-packed entertainment schedule heats up. Catch Donny & Marie Osmond, comedians George Wallace and Vinnie Favorito, burlesque and magic shows, and more. And you have numerous great dinner options before the show, including show cooking at Hamada of Japan, and gourmet takes on an American classic at Burger Joint. If you need to wet your whistle, stop by Jimmy Buffett’s multilevel Margaritaville, or grab a microbrew at the Sin City Brewing Company. Room service is available 24 hours a day.
To keep up with the Vegas excitement, you’ll need your rest. Flamingo guestrooms feature floor-to-ceiling windows, some with amazing views of The Strip. You can connect with friends via wireless Internet access (surcharge), or unwind with premium cable channels and pay movies; video games are also available for a surcharge. Accessible rooms are available.