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This historic hotel was built by Vegas legend, Bugsy Siegel back in 1946 and it's seen countless celebrities walk through its doors in the last 60 years, as well as being the backdrop for the original Ocean's Eleven film and Viva Las Vegas. It has an amazing location right in the middle of 'The Strip' and near the fantastic Caesars Forum Shops. This hotel is great for kids with its amazing 15-acre tropical pool paradise, which has whirlpools and 4 different swimming pools nestled among the lush, green foliage. Then there's the Wildlife Habitat, where the resort's eponymous flamingos hang out with turtles, swans and ducks. There's a choice of 8 restaurants including Jimmy Buffet’s Margaritaville and Margaritaville Casino, featuring the 5 O’Clock Somewhere Bar. Margaritaville is as much a state of mind as it is a place. The multi-level Caribbean-themed entertainment venue offers two outdoor patios overlooking the Las Vegas Strip, a nautical-themed restaurant, five distinctive bars, live entertainment nightly (both indoors and outdoors) and a 3,000-square-foot retail store.You can also eat outside by the pool or even enjoy a spot of gambling in the pool casino! At the Margaritaville Casino at the Flamingo, guests feel the energy of the Las Vegas strip while enjoying the laid-back vibe of the islands.
On the centre of 'The Strip', close to attractions, shopping and other hotels and casinos. On monorail and free shuttle to other hotels, including Caesars Palace, Paris Las Vegas and the Rio. Free self-parking. Valet parking (payable locally, subject to change).
3,460 newly remodeled rooms on 28 floors in 6 towers with 38 lifts. Rooms all with air-conditioning, satellite TV, in-room safe, iron and board, and hairdryer. FAB Deluxe Rooms with 2 queen-size beds or 1 king-size bed, sleeping maximum 4 adults.
GO Deluxe Rooms with premium sound system, 42 inch high-definition flat screen TV and sleek, modern furniture, sleeping maximum 4 adults.
8 restaurants serving a variety of American and international cuisine, including Japanese, Italian, steak and seafood. 9 bars. Jimmy Buffet’s Margaritaville and Margaritaville Casino, featuring the 5 O’Clock Somewhere Bar. Entertainment includes Donny and Marie Osmond show, comedian George Wallace, comedy show. 15-acre, 4-pool area with whirlpools (open seasonally and weather permitting). Spa and fitness centre*. Wildlife habitat with flamingos, swans, ducks and turtles. 2 golf courses nearby*.
*Denotes local charge.
One person must be aged 21 years and over in each room.
Minimum stay 2 nights except 29-31 Dec '14 when the minimum stay is 3 nights.
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I was so excited to stay at the Flamingo unfortunately it didn't live up to my excitement. This hotel is falling apart and they don't seem to care. In some parts of the hotel it is borderline gross... Read more . The elevators have buttons and lights that do not work. The hallway carpet is so stained that is almost a different color. It also is coming loose and bulges in spots. We had a strip view room which was awesome. Our friends however also had a strip view room but instead looked through the ripped Donnie and Marie screen wrap on the window. Our room was not very clean. Bathroom had cracked tiles, stained towels, and stained ceilings. The staff was not helpful and didn't seem to care. Another Las Vegas icon is dying and it is the Flamingo. Read less
On a weekend stay, only 2 elevators out of 8 were operational. Also, they really need to work on their buffet. Way overpriced ($25ea) for the choices available on a Sat eveningroom was decent... Read more On a weekend stay, only 2 elevators out of 8 were operational. Also, they really need to work on their buffet. Way overpriced ($25ea) for the choices available on a Sat evening...room was decent, good view, but the bathrooms need to be remodeled to match the room. Read less
We stayed for the weekend of our daughter and son-in-law's marriage. The grounds are lovely, and a very nice setting for a wedding, but the bars and restaurants all seemed a bit 'full on' and lacking... Read more in style/sophistication/atmosphere. We went instead to the fabulous Eiffel Tower cocktail lounge, and then to Mon Ami Gabi at Paris, for our post wedding celebrations. Our room at Flamingo was okay (great view of Caesar's Palace) and the bed was comfortable, but the bathroom was very dated and furniture was long overdue for donation to Goodwill. The Flamingo existed before the Strip did, and it seemed like not much had changed in the interim years! However, in retrospect I think we may have just been unlucky with allocation, as recent contributors are reporting updated rooms with improved facilities. The pool at Flamingo looked good, and is included in the Resort Charge. The food court is poor value and chaotic, but the Tropical Breeze cafe offered good food and service at reasonable prices. Lobby staff were helpful, well-trained and efficient - it was the fastest check in and out I've had in several trips to Vegas. In my opinion the best aspects of the Flamingo are its historical significance, and the location. It's center strip and right beside The Linq, the new off-strip dining/shopping/entertainment area featuring The High Roller, the world's largest big wheel ride. Read less
We just got back from the Flamingo Las Vegas, it is a tired old hotel. I didn't expect much because I had read the reviews before we went. The bathroom fan was filthy with dust, the tile has never... Read more seen more than a quick wipe, I took a towel and actually rubbed a bit of a stain on the floor tiel and it came out. The toilet rocked when you sat down. The casino has one central washroom and if your not sure of where in the casino you are expecially when you first arrive it can take quite a bit of walking to find the washrooms. A cup of coffee in the food court is $3.19 and they don't tell you that you can get free refills, nice of them. We won't go back, sorry Hilton, I think you could do much better. Read less
We just stayed at the Flamingo this past week. It was our first trip to Vegas. We were not too impressed by this hotel. When we arrived, at around 6:30 pm, our room wasn't even ready yet. I find it... Read more hard to believe that a hotel of this size didn't have a room for us, especially so late in the day. We ended up having to wait an hour. It's in a great location and has a nice pool and grounds, but the interior is in desperate need of updating. The room we stayed in had newer furnishings, but the bathroom was pretty shabby. The shower barely had any water pressure and the paint was peeling. The carpeting in the halls was coming loose, so you had to be careful not to trip. The elevators were pretty scary. The panels were loose and many buttons were missing numbers. We were always afraid we were going to get stuck. There was construction going on on the 12th floor, where we stayed, so we never knew what we'd encounter after returning each evening. The final night there was the worst. I realize they had little control over this, but there was loud music with an extremely loud bass, which made our entire room vibrate, playing at a nearby club. It went on until 3:00 am, which really sucks when you have to get up at 4:30 to get to the airport. After seeing the other hotels nearby, I'd definitely recommend spending a little extra money for a nicer place! Read less