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Rio All-Suites Hotel and Casino, Las Vegas
(2.7/5 based on 550+ reviews on the web)
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  • I stopped in Rio the other day for $10 min crap game. Only one table open. So I jumped in. Nothing but mistakes on taking my bets down after I actually won the bet. 3x times they made the mistake in 1...  more »
  • The restaurant is modern yet rustic look and the atmosphere is electric. Staff is excellent very approachable and efficient the food is amazing especially the Nachos in a Can now that's addicting. Pro...  more »
  • Nice little walk, West of the strip, over the bridge will bring you to the bright lights of the Rio. Drinks are free as long as your playing, with interesting atmosphere of many popular Aristocrat, et...  more »
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  • Would prefer to give a 2.5 but that's not an option. Outdated rooms with almost no amenities. Fridge in the room but that was it. Toilets are VERY loud....odd observation but very noticeable if you're sharing a room. Pool was closed for the season and not listed as such or disclosed at time of arrival. Decent variety as far as menus are concerned, however, quality doesn't match the price. Went into other hotels with much more desirable ranges in both option and price. Also, the specialty Guy Fiery restaurant is only open for food from 5 to 945 which made it impossible for us to ever try it. Friendly staff and decent sized rooms but that's about it. *if you want a good breakfast buffet, head over to palms...its only 6.99 AND its delicious,
  • Her name is Rio and she's walking on the sand.... OK, enough 80's songs, even though I went to see the 80's themed, "Rock of Ages" show here. Great show, but it will be closing this year, so go see it while you can. I can't really comment on much except the show, the parking, and the casino. The parking was excellent with plenty of spots and a quick jaunt into the casino. Lot was well lit and a bonus was that it was across the freeway from the main strip, so you could take some nice panoramic shots. My wife and I commented that the casino looked empty, but then again, it was a Thursday night. Plenty of machines and a nice variety. Next time we go through, I will try that legendary buffet.
  • I have stayed at Rio two times but not on this trip. It's a great resort with a lot of shops and entertainment. Family friendly with fun stuff to keep the brats happy. The Casino is huge and the dealers are nice. The cocktails come often and the waitresses have mad talent. I've never left here feeling like a loser after playing blackjack. For what they offer I believe the hotel is the best value in town. Every room is larger than average and the views can be amazing at night. They have a quick shuttle to the strip that is free and reliable. A top choice in my opinion.
  • Great place to eat - has an awesome buffet, recently buffet get smaller and more pricey so I love it but consider slightly overpriced. Also has awesome adult X Rocks show with great choreography, music and costumes, very skillful dancers, lot of my friends say that's one of the best show on the Strip... so I guess for tourists its a definitely place to visit (:
  • The room was decent. The bedding is cheap and feels every bit of a 200 thread count, over washed in bleach, stiff and scratch peice of bum garbage. Seriously, upgrading in in need guys. On an up note, the staff were consistently awesome. Which is the only reason I gave this establishment 4 stars, because truly this is a solid 3 star hotel based on rooms and condition of the hotel. Coffee makers are not in the rooms. So bring your own or be prepared to wait in line at Starbucks for 30 minutes every morning. Also bring your own toiletries as theirs suck. The employees are the only truly saving grace at the Rio... Kudos to incredible customer satisfaction.