Flamingo Las Vegas: The Flamingo Hotel



The Flamingo Las Vegas was built in 1946 as the first luxury hotel built in Las Vegas. It was in this hotel where they filmed the original Ocean’s Eleven in 1960.

The hotel has a “wildlife habitat” including flamingos and other species of birds and fish. You can visit for free during the day.

In size the Flamingo Las Vegas is not far behind, with more than 7,000 square feet of casino, 3,626 rooms, three swimming pools and a Jacuzzi.

The Flamingo Las Vegas is a hotel casino located on the Las Vegas Strip in Paradise, Nevada and is owned and operated by Caesars Entertainment. The property offers a 77,000 sq ft (7,200 m2) casino along with 3,626 hotel rooms. The 15-acre (6.1 ha) site’s architectural theme is reminiscent of the Art Deco and Streamline Moderne style of Miami and South Beach, with a garden courtyard housing a wildlife habitat featuring flamingos. It was the third resort to open on the Strip, and the oldest resort on the Strip still in operation today.  The Flamingo Las Vegas has a Las Vegas Monorail station at the rear of the property. Source

The Flamingo Las Vegas Today

Today the best of this hotel is its location, we can say that the Flamingo Las Vegas is the center of the life of the Strip. Most of the hotel rooms, except the rebuilt new rooms, look quite decadent and we do not recommend staying there.

What Do People Have to Say About This Hotel?

2 weeks ago
Negatives: 1. Wrinkled, worn-out disgusting carpeting in the main hotel room hallways on every floor. 2. Room Service does a terrible job cleaning the rooms. Dust all over the floors. 3. Rooms themselves are renovated but bathrooms are very dated …More

Rick Zagor

a week ago
Look this place, its meh. The buffet is good, the casino is pretty small, the pool is ok. My biggest complaint is the price. Yes. it is lower than other places, but totally not worth it. This place is only good for it’s location. Its smack down …More

Renee R

in the last week
Okay where to start. I’ve stayed at the Flamingo Las Vegas before and never had any issues.. But this past weekend I reserved a room from 7/25-7/29, it was horrible !! We arrived around 2am Friday morning, I get that when you check In late you may not get …More

Jason Fox

in the last week
My wife and I stayed at the Flamingo Las Vegas on our trip to Las Vegas to get married. The hotel it self was dirty and in disrepair. The staff was mostly unhelpful. The shower in our room was disappointing in the least. It had very little pressure yet the …More

Greg Hubbard

3 weeks ago
This place is a JOKE!! Upon arriving we were supposed to have two rooms reserved. They only had us down for one. This was a prepaid package. So they made me give them my credit card so I could get the second room. So I was paying for the room …More

Jennifer Hopkins

4 weeks ago
NEVER AGAIN!!! It was terrible all around!! It started off the main entrance off Las Vegas Blvd was closed for construction so I was trying to drive and read the small print on that apparently stated how to get in. Finally figured it out without …More

Jay Are

3 weeks ago
I stayed at the Flamingo Las Vegas MEMORIAL DAY WEEKEND. i booked my room TWO MONTHS IN ADVANCE. upon arrival i was informed that they were unable to find my reservation after a four hour wait at the front desk and on the phone with their accounting …More

Sam Fini

a month ago
A poor quality hotel, Nightmare. It’s about the time to demolish this hotel and build a new one with good quality managers. We had absolutely a nightmare stay in this hotel during our June stay. Managers are bunch of clowns with absolutely no …More

Bob Palmer

a week ago
Just returned home from a 5 day stay at the Flamingo Las Vegas. We had a GO room with the pool and garden view on the 25th floor. I would highly recommend the GO room as the type of room to book. We had 2 queen beds (pillow top mattress), couch …More

adison dahle

2 months ago

While my 15 yr. old daughter was in the room doing some online summer school a male employee removed the DND sign from the keyslot and entered the room. My wife understandably freaks out and demands an early checkout. Sarah the front desk manager …More

Important Details About The Flamingo Las Vegas

  • Casino: Yes. The main casino is 77,000 square feet. It features games including blackjack, Blazing Sevens, Caribbean Stud poker, craps, million-dollar keno, Let It Ride, Pai Gow, poker, roulette, 2,100 slots, Megabucks and Super Megabucks. The casino has a poker room. There’s also a 15,000-square-foot expansion called the Margaritaville Casino. It’s themed with Jimmy Buffett’s laid-back island vibe and boasts an additional 220 slot machines and 22 table games.
  • Race & Sports Book: Yes, a 100-seat race and sports book, equipped with 63 televisions and six big screens.
  • Restaurants: The Flamingo Las Vegas has the following dining options: Tropical Breeze Cafe, Paradise Garden Buffet, Jimmy Buffet’s Margaritaville, Carlos’n Charlie’s, Hamada of Japan, Beach Club, The Pink Bean, Flamingo Food Court, Promenade Food Court and the Center Cut Steakhouse.
  • Entertainment: A variety of shows and live entertainment including George Wallace, Donny and Marie, Legends in Concert, Vinnie Favorito  and X Burlesque. At XBU – X Burlesque University guests can learn how to apply showgirl make-up, dance in high heels and other fun tips for mastering the art of being sexy on stage.
  • Nightlife: Sin City Brewing Co., Margaritaville, Garden Bar, Bugsy’s Bar, Carlos’n Charlie’s bar and Lobby Bar.
  • Attractions: The Flamingo Las Vegas Wildlife Habitat features live Chilean flamingos and more.
  • Pool: Yes, a 15-acre pool area with three pools and a Jacuzzi. The hotel also offers Go Pool, a pool club for guests 21 and older.
  • Health Club or Fitness Equipment: Yes.
  • Tennis Courts: No.
  • Spa: Yes, The Spa offers massages and services. The Alexandra Noel Salon is located outside of the spa in the hotel.
  • Shops: D’Finess, Promenade Gift Shop, Flamingo Apparel & Shoes, Go Sexy, The Strip Store, Landau, Destinations, Yves Chantre, Ethel M, The Pearl Factory, Smuggler’s Margaritaville, Luxury at $10, The UPS Store, Mrs. Fields, TCBY and Java Detour.
  • Wedding Services: Yes, The Garden Wedding Chapel offers a number of wedding ceremony packages.
  • Business Center: Yes.
  • Convention Rooms: Yes.
  • Child-care Facilities: No.
  • Room Service: Yes.
  • Pets Allowed: Yes. Dogs 50 pounds and under are allowed. A maximum of two dogs are allowed. You must book the special pet room category. There is a refundable deposit. Deposit will be refunded pending no damages.
  • In-Room Internet Access: Yes, it’s included in the resort fee. Click here for details.
  • Hotel Amenities: Hertz Rent-a-Car desk, beauty salon and barber shop, concierge, currency exchange, luggage, maid and room service, dog relief area, arcade area, oxygen bar, safety deposit box and wake-up calls.
  • Parking Garage: Yes, a seven-story parking garage.
  • RV Park: No.
  • Shuttle Service to the airport: No.
  • Shuttle Service to the Strip: The Las Vegas monorail route includes stops at: MGM Grand, Bally’s/Paris, Flamingo Las Vegas, Harrah’s/The Quad, Las Vegas Convention Center, LVH and Sahara Avenue.
  • Wheelchair Accessible Rooms: Yes.
  • Check-in Time: 4 p.m.
  • Check-out Time: 11 a.m.
  • Minimum Age to Reserve a Room: 21 years.
  • Policies: The maximum total number of guests (adults and children) in a room is four. An extra person charge is applied for more than two guests in a room (even if the additional guest is a child).
  • Incidental Charges: Hotel requires a credit card or a cash deposit for incidental charges.
  • Resort Fee: Flamingo Las Vegas has a $18.00 per room, per night resort fee. Tax may or may not be included. This fee is not included in your reservation and will be collected by the hotel at check-in.The resort fee includes:
    • Fitness center access for two people per day.
    • Daily in-room internet access for one device.
    • All local calls. Source


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