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There's pretty much nothing left of the original casino that Bugsy Siegel built at the birth of Vegas, the one where Elvis won his race car at the beginning of Viva Las Vegas.
This elaborately landscaped, pink, classic-era resort with a 15-acre pool complex is still one of the best in town choices in town. Full review →Be sure to check out the on-site wildlife area, complete with a koi pond and, naturally, a flamboyance of flamingoes.
Renovations and expansions over the years aren't going to make Siegel's "real class joint" cause you to forget about, say, the rooms at The Palazzo, but they have freshened the joint up. Full review →
The 3,642 rooms and suites are nicely appointed and a great value in these price ranges. Full review →
A tropical oasis on the Strip right next to the High Roller, with a pool, casino and live entertainment. Full review →
Legendary Miami-style casino hotel; middle Strip, next to the new Linq complex; white mod furnishings; waterslides and lagoons make it extra family-friendly. Full review →
For the price -- midrange for Strip hotels -- it's a fun choice, delivering a retro Vegas experience in a convenient mid-Strip locale. Full review →
The location is great... but the actual accommodation varies enormously.
This is in an undeniably excellent location, and...it is at least one of the best bargains on The Strip. Full review →
Smack bang mid-Strip, this vintage casino hotel mixes a sprinkling of glitz with legendary mobster history. Full review →
The Flamingo is the Strip's sleeping giant. Its location at the heart of the action couldn't be better; and thanks to its beginnings under Bugsy Siegel, its name is virtually legendary. Full review →
Flamingo Las Vegas, which was originally owned by Bugsy Siegel in 1946, has exuberantly remade itself and become the hippest hotel on the Strip. Full review →
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