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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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This hotel is undergoing renovations, so I hope that some of my issues will be addressed at some point. The rates are great, as well as the location on the Strip. The worst part about the whole... Read more stay was check-in. We were unfortunate enough to be delayed due to storms on the east coast, and several other flights were also late for the same reason. We only had about 12 people in front of us, but it took us an hour to check in. At one point, one gentleman went up to ask for a manager, and the front desk staffer called Security on him. Two staffers left right in the middle of the growing check-in line because union rules say they can't stay for any overtime. The one who called Security was one of the ones who left, and he kept gleefully popping in and out of the back office, looking out at the line, probably glad he was leaving. People in the line got upset when they kept taking people from the Total Rewards and/or express line instead of the main check-in line. The response from one of the front desk staff was to yell at all of us that "Total Rewards comes first." Throughout our stay, there always seemed to be huge lines at the front desk. They have terrible problems with this part of their operation. Our room was a renovated one (Fab Deluxe), but the bathroom tub area looked like something in an old motel. The carpet in the hallway was all buckled up - throughout the entire floor. Our bathroom trash can had orange fuzz growing between the liner and can...and grew throughout our stay. The sink was clogged and they never fixed it, even though we called. With all of these bad things, I might still give the hotel another chance. It seems that the happy people are the ones staying in the "GO" rooms, and I would consider that next time. The elevator bank is even nicer...and does not have the vacation timeshare staff stalking you every time you pass through like the Habitat elevators (especially if you are a couple...watch out.) I also would try the express check-in via e-mail. Read less
Spent a week in July at the Flamingo. I normally spend my time wandering up and down the strip. On this trip I spent 85 % of my time at the Flamingo. I was never bored. I stayed in the Go tower and... Read more the room was really nice and the view of Caesar's was amazing-I normally don't even look out the window. If you have not been to the Flamingo lately there have been a lot of upgrades . Read less
Whatever you do, DO NOT STAY at the Flamingo! Worst hotel experience I have ever had in my life! Only had hot water in my shower, the toilet didn’t work (I had to fix it) the room was right out of... Read more the 1970s. The list goes on. (My review would be 5 pages long if I listed everything.) Every time you walked out of your room you get stopped by people trying to sell you time shares, you would think me telling them no 10 times they would get the hint that I don’t want to. I have had better stays at little mom & pop motels in a town of 100 than at the Flamingo! I will not step foot in that place ever again. Read less
We arrived after midnight Monday, July 14, 2014 and checked out Friday, July 18th. There were only 2 people at registration desk and we waited 40 minutes to get our room. They put us in "the last... Read more non-smoking room" at the Fab Deluxe level. We were given two keys one didn't work and the other worked after inserting and trying about the 20th time. It was quite a hike to get to the room so we kept on trying the key. We were offered to change the next day and we did. No problem with room keys after the switch. Everytime you needed something at the front desk the wait was at least 30 minutes. Expect to pay for everything. Our airline sent our checked bag to Pheonix so when it arrived at the Flamingo two days later it cost us $30 at the UPS Store in the hotel for what they called a "Pick up/delivery" fee. Expect a $20 plus tax resort fee every day and the food is pricey. The pool area is nice but get in line before 8:00 am to get a lounge chair. Had to have one $16 - 16 ounce Mojito. That was enough. It was worth gambling to get free drinks. Good location on the strip. We probably would not stay at this hotel again and if we did we would defiantely upgrade our room. I tried to leave the guest survey on the television but it would freeze and I had to turn off the TV and restart just to get out of the survey. The whole stay made you feel like you were just a number and/or cattle herded in and out. I could not tell you of one staff/front desk/waitress who made us feel welcomed and special. Read less