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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).Larger Map
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.
Maximum stay 28 nights.Check Prices Back to top
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We stayed at the Flamingo the third week of November and enjoyed ourselves thoroughly .Our host made the reservation for us and check-in was a breeze. The room was a Go Room and it had a splendid... Read more view of the Bellagio Fountains. The room was very clean and spacious. The bed was comfy. Only blip occurred one night when really loud music next door awoke us out of a deep sleep in the wee hours of the morning. We called security and the problem was solved in a timely manner. We were very pleased with the speed and efficiency of the security personnel. The Flamingo is also situated in a great place on the Strip. While my husband and I are in Las Vegas we do not spend a lot of time in the room, but it does make a difference when you have a nice room in which to crash. This room at the Flamingo fit the bill perfectly. Read less
During my stay at the Flamingo my wife and I experienced many issues. This was our 3rd anniversary getaway and we were hoping to have a nice vacation. At the time I checked in the room I requested... Read more was wrong. I made a reservation for a king room but was given two queen beds. During the first night of our stay we had problems with the plumbing and the TV. The toilet backed up and was clogged. I called for help and it took someone over an hour to bring up a plunger. Also, in the middle of the night our TV started to turn itself on and off all night. I called in a ticket about that and it took several hours for someone to come take a look at it. During our time at the Flamingo we had nothing but problems with the elevators. At one point while riding the elevators the doors started to open when the elevator was still moving. My wife tried to use the soda machine on our floor and it of course took her money. She went to the front desk and was told she had to call the number on the machine. She then called the number and they told her the only thing they could do is send a coupon voucher for another drink? What kind of service is that by the hotel and vendor? The overall look and feel of the casino was terrible. There was construction going on all hours of the day on the main floor. This was just loud and annoying and made the experience even worse. I visited almost every other Total Rewards property while in Vegas and Flamingo was by far the worst. I can never see myself staying there again. By the end of the trip we dreaded coming back to Flamingo to sleep each night and we were frankly embarrassed to tell people we were staying there. Read less
When gangster Bugsy Siegel opened The Flamingo in 1946 he envisioned a hotel with luxurious rooms, the best liquor and restaurants, a spa, and top rate entertainment at reasonable prices in the best... Read more building that money could buy. If Siegel could see what this hotel has degraded to he would probably beg you to shoot him in the face again. Thank god we only had to stay here for one night. Imagine a Super 8 or Motel 6 stacked twenty-eight times high with Donny and Marie's faces spray-painted on it. Now put the slowest elevators in the history of vertical transport inside the building and you'll start to get a clear picture of what this hotel is like. By slow, I mean it takes forever for an elevator to arrive. If I wasn't on the tenth floor I would have taken the stairs every time. The current incarnation of The Flamingo isn't 70 years old but if you saw the interior of our room you would think it was. If someone had told me that the building hadn't been renovated in decades I would have believed it. The vanity in the bathroom looked as though someone had scraped a wood planer across the front of it. The paint was also peeling off the bathroom ceiling and a floor tile was loose. The room had no fridge or microwave either. The best part of the whole experience was the lack of free wifi in the hotel. We walked through every major hotel and resort on the strip and every single one offers free wifi. The only way you get wifi for free here is if you pay a $25 resort fee. So it's not really free is it? The check-in process was a long, frustrating cattle call. It was like waiting to get on a ride at Disneyland. After spending 20 minutes in line we were "greeted" by a rude, abrupt, and indifferent clerk. She seemed like she was just "putting in her obligatory time" at the desk in hopes of getting an executive position. There was no 'Do Not Disturb' sign in the room so needless to say, housekeeping tried to enter the next morning. I don't know why they tried to come in at half-past ten because check-out is at 11:00. Why doesn't the housekeeping staff wait until you've checked out? It just seemed like they were trying to get us out of there sooner. This place is a dump. The Flamingo is riding on the coat tails of its former glory. Every other major hotel on the strip has it beat with superior amenities and service. We should have stayed in one of those. Lesson learned for next time. The only professional service we got was from the bell desk staff when we checked our bags. Totally personable, prompt, and laid back. Conrad Hilton and Bugsy Siegel are probably groaning in their graves with embarrassment over this place. Read less