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Circus Circus Hotel and Casino Las Vegas

Las Vegas, NV, US (LAS)

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Based on 8610 reviews
Setting itself apart in character with wild rides, unique dining options, three casinos, and Circus excitement for all ages!
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Casino Tower King

1 King Bed with pillow-top mattress. Newly remodeled and decorated in contemporary jewel and earth tones, the 15-story Casino Tower rooms are 364 sq. ft. and located directly above the casino. Rooms include 40 inch flat panel plasma TV with cable channels and pay movies, Wi-Fi internet access, in-room safe, desk and chair, clock radio, iron/ironing board and hair dryer. Smoking permitted.

 

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Casino Tower 2 Queen

2 Queen Beds with pillow-top mattress. Newly remodeled and decorated in contemporary jewel and earth tones, the 15-story Casino Tower rooms are 364 sq. ft. and located directly above the casino. Rooms include 40 inch flat panel plasma TV with cable channels and pay movies, Wi-Fi internet access, in-room safe, desk and chair, clock radio, iron/ironing board and hair dryer. Smoking permitted.
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Manor Motor Lodge - King

1 King Bed. The Manor Motor Lodge is adjacent to Circus Circus and is comprised of five three-story detached buildings, located a half-block from the hotel lobby and casino. Each of the five buildings offer convenient self-parking. The 351 sq. ft. rooms are decorated in desert-sunset tones and feature updated furnishings. Rooms include flat screen TVs, Wi-Fi internet access, refreshment Cooler, desk and chair, in-room safe, alarm clock, iron/ironing board and hair dryer.
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Manor Motor Lodge - Two Queen

2 Queen Beds. The Manor Motor Lodge is adjacent to Circus Circus and is comprised of five three-story detached buildings, located a half-block from the hotel lobby and casino. Each of the five buildings offer convenient self-parking. The 351 sq. ft. rooms are decorated in desert-sunset tones and feature updated furnishings. Rooms include flat screen TVs, Wi-Fi internet access, refreshment Cooler, desk and chair, in-room safe, alarm clock, iron/ironing board and hair dryer.
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West Tower King

1 King Bed with pillow-top mattress. Modern comfort meets functional design in the 35-story West Tower. The 364 sq.ft rooms located directly above the hotel lobby, with close proximity to the shopping promenade and the Adventuredome, Rooms include 32” flat panel plasma TV with cable channels and pay movies, Wi-Fi internet access, in-room safe, desk and chair, clock radio, iron/ironing board and hair dryer. Smoking permitted.
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West Tower Queen

2 Queen Beds with pillow-top mattress. Modern comfort meets functional design in the 35-story West Tower. The 364 sq.ft rooms located directly above the hotel lobby, with close proximity to the shopping promenade and the Adventuredome, Rooms include 32” flat panel plasma TV with cable channels and pay movies, Wi-Fi internet access, in-room safe, desk and chair, clock radio, iron/ironing board and hair dryer. Smoking permitted.
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Skyrise Tower Queen Room

2 Queen Beds with pillow-top mattresses. Located near the pools and Adventuredome in the 29-story Skyrise Tower. 351 square feet. Rooms include flat-screen TV with cable channels and pay movies, Wi-Fi internet access, in-room safe, desk and chair, clock radio, iron/ironing board and hair dryer. Smoking permitted.

 

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Circus Circus Hotel and Casino Las Vegas
2880 Las Vegas Blvd S, Las Vegas, NV US 89109

Why Stay Here


  • Circus Circus is one of the uniquely family-friendly resorts on the Las Vegas Strip, with its indoor Adventuredome theme park, over 5 acres and climate-controlled for year-round fun and excitement.
  • Budget Friendly
  • Family Friendly
  • Attractive Rooms
  • Close to all the Las Vegas Action

Location


Circus Circus Las Vegas is conveniently located at the north end of the world-famous Las Vegas Strip. Conveniently only nine miles from McCarran International Airport


Resort Details


Setting itself apart in character with wild rides, unique dining options, three casinos, and Circus excitement for all ages!


Accommodation Details


Circus features 3,770 spacious deluxe rooms designed for comfort and convenience. All the hotel rooms include cable television and pay channels, hairdryers, iron and ironing board and wireless Internet available. 


Restaurants, Lounges & Bars


Satisfy your hunger with an assortment of appealing on-site dining options.

The Steak House
- Voted ``The Best Steak House in Las Vegas`` for 20 consecutive years.

Circus Buffet - Serving up large varieties of fare from around the world.

Garden Grill - A pick to satisfy every craving, from mouthwatering barbecue to Asian culinary.

Mexitalia X-Press
– Witness your two favorites, Mexican, and Italian under the same restaurant.

Pizzeria
– Your pizza craving is satisfied with pizza made just for you, or try a calzone, salad or sandwich. In-room delivery is also available.

Westside Deli – Fresh food fast is the Westside Deli`s specialty. Pick up a sandwich, Danish, doughnut, coffee, or soft drink.

Barista Bagels and More – Featuring fresh-baked goods, sandwiches, salads, and gourmet coffees.


For the Family


Kiddie pool, Kids stay free based on age


Pools & Spa's


Pool - The Circus Circus has three pools which ideal to kick back and enjoy some rays. The pools are open extremely late in the summer, allowing you to indulge in the waters right before a night out. The pool provides towel service as well as a snack bar for convenient refreshments. Cabanas are also available at a first-serve basis.


Entertainment & Activities


Unique entertainment offered only at Circus Circus for you to enjoy!

Circus Acts - Experience the world`s largest permanent circus, highlighting the center stage of the Carnival Midway daily.

Adventuredome Theme Park - amazing indoor theme park is the epicenter of Las Vegas entertainment. Adventure dome is closed for maintenance certain times of the year.

Vince Neils Eat Drink Party - Vince Neil and his pals launched their paths to stardom. Our mouth-watering menu offers up Vince Neils signature Tatuado burgers, burritos and more to tantalize your taste buds. The dining room bar allows you to pair your meal with a cold beer, lavish cocktail or one of the rockers very own premium brands. The party bus entertains with some of the worlds best flair bartenders.

Carnival Midway - Offering fun, excitement and prizes for all ages!

Casino - Circus Circus encompasses four large casinos offering over 100,000 square feet of entertainment. Featuring hot slots, tempting table games, an action-packed Poker Room, and techno-savvy Race and Sports Book you`re sure to find something to keep yourself entertained!

Shopping
- The new 40,000 square foot shopping Promenade is the ideal local for a blissful day of perusing and bagging unique items

Midway Arcade - Over 200 of the newest arcade games as well as the classics.


IMPORTANT INFORMATION:


Circus Circus also offers the only RV park on The Strip. The park is operated by KOA offering 399 spaces complete with full service utility hook ups, convenience store and pet runs for those that want to bring their fido friend.


Based on 8610 reviews
from Beverly, Mass.
Submitted on 09-06-2016
To start, there was nothing glaringly wrong with my stay here for three nights. You get what you pay for (or maybe a little more). The low point - by far- was the check-in process. It took an hour to get through the line at check-in, at 11 p.m. nonetheless. There was some chatter about their computer systems being down, but I was never told directly by anyone on staff what was going on. That was tough. After that, it went well. The room was big enough and clean. Like other said, the general area... Read more
from Westminster, California
Submitted on 09-06-2016
Coming to Circus Circus yesterday for celebrating my girlfriend's birthday ! Was upgraded to Mini Casino Suite. Amazing Experience I would said. A lot of people complain about smoking, smelly Casino, but no problem for me at all. Reasonable price, worth every penny I spent. The only problem for me is the self-parking garage, I hope you have more security running around.
from Calcutta, West Bengal, India
Submitted on 10-06-2016
Though it is an old hotel at one end of the strip at Las Vegas,it offers a good value for money stay.Staffs are good and even adjusted our check in prior to 3 PM.Stratosphere is close and in the opposite direction you can walk upto Bellagio down the strip across Wynn,Mirage,Caesars Palace and Palazzo.In the lobby there is huge shopping option along with food and a big casino.Circus show is good, kid friendly attraction.Parking option is huge.overall it is an old but good hotel with easy access ... Read more
from Houston, Texas
Submitted on 10-06-2016
The price was right so we booked. Had no idea all the extras that were located at the hotel. We could have spent our entire time at circus circus and never left. Free entertainment and shows upstairs, an arcade for the kids, the adventure dome had roller coasters and was very affordable. Lots of cool and fun gambling. There was a huge shopping area and an old times photo shop where you dress up. We will definitely stay here the next time we come. Only negative, we felt, was the Vince Neil's res... Read more
from Hyderabad, India
Submitted on 11-06-2016
Old hotel but good value for money. Our room was very spacious, bed was comfortable, bathtub was little small but over all room was much better than what I expected based on other reviews. It a wonderful place if you are planning to visit Vegas with Kids. The Wifi is free for only one day.
from
Submitted on 01-07-2016
We were at Circus Circus with our grandson. We felt the price was high compared to the price and quality of other resorts, but he wanted the arcade. The arcade was huge and about what you'd expect quality wise for the area. We were disappointed in the circus acts....advertised as "world class?"The housekeeping was poor, our linens were never changed and our grandson had to take the sheets off his bed due to the crumbs! The front desk people were very abrupt and unfriendly as were the clerks in t... Read more
from Nova Iguacu, RJ
Submitted on 02-07-2016
The hotel is a litlle far from the main points, but for the price is really worth. I would stay there again. If you are stayng at Manor ask to stay at the building A, because it is the closest one from the hotel. The manor is vry close to the parking lot. It is not the most facy place though. But for me was great since I just used the hotel to sleep.
from Rocky Mount, NC
Submitted on 03-07-2016
Let me begin with the positives, we were staying with kids and we chose this place based largely on the Adventuredome, and other kid related activities such as circus acts, etc., as well as the price. These activities were good and met our expectations. Additionally, I think our kids really enjoyed these activities. Also, this hotel was much cheaper than the others to include the daily activity fee which is normally added on. Now the negatives, upon check in I had to go back and forth from t... Read more
from Fort Wayne, Indiana
Submitted on 03-07-2016
Let me start out with the good qualities about Circus Circus. We had a room in the Skyrise Tower. It was very clean, it was older, but well kept. Next, the price. . . we paid $68.00 a night, you are not staying at the Bellagio for $68.00 a night. Their staff, every staff member we ran into was most helpful and very friendly. The Pizzeria, we ate there a few times during our stay and it was actually very good. We also visited The Steakhouse. While also good, I am not sure it was worth the cost. ... Read more
from Saint Hyacinthe, Canada
Submitted on 03-07-2016
This is a huge hotel. Our room was the last building almost on highway. We had to walk about one mile to reach the strip. The room was big, but from another decade. Not sure which one. In the casino, some cheap blackjack tables, which is good. The buffet is not very good.
from
Submitted on 09-08-2016
By modern standards, pretty poor. The rooms in the "motor lodge" were large but basic with no fridge, something we had in even the most basic motels on our trip. Maid service was excellent, staff were helpful ish. The casino is where all hopes dies in the world. Noisey, smokey and unpleasant. It's position on the strip is not bad but still a long walk in 100 degree heat. I would not stay here again unless paid to do so
from
Submitted on 09-08-2016
Simply dreadful, where to start ? Well the indoor theme park is ok for kids of all ages $31 for as many rides as you like. So that's a plus, but the hotel itself is awful, so old and tired, I was there 30 years ago,and it has not changed much. At the end of a long ride on the Las Vegas monorail, don't bother. I would personally never stay here and even a visit was a trial. The whole areas is in the process of being smashed down. We initially were heading for Freemont street but at the end of the... Read more
from Horsham, United Kingdom
Submitted on 09-08-2016
The casino reiks of smoke. There are signs everywhere saying you can't smoke yet you have people lighting up everywhere so no idea what the rule is on that. The bedroom was ok and didn't smell until about 2 hours of having the air con on. It then reiked of smoke giving us headaches. Other than all the smoke, the room was nice and suitable, same for rest of place. Was opposite peppermill which had great food
from Inglewood
Submitted on 10-08-2016
We all enjoyed our stay at Circus Circus Positives: room was comfortable, clean, & quiet, kids loved Adventuredome, shops & pool. negative: pool closed too early on the hot Summer days & parking structure was not accessible from the hotel floor, room's furniture (desk chair) had stains. Plus- Since the hotel was at the end of the strip we didn't have to deal with the weekend traffic
from
Submitted on 10-08-2016
Its a great hotel if you're bringing kids, there's so much for them to do just at circus circus alone!....but if you plan to walk to the strip, it is quite a walk from the hotel so wear tennis shoes and plan to walk in the evening. The heat is a killer, lol! Overall, we loved it and we definitely plan on going back.
from Bakersfield, California
Submitted on 07-09-2016
No Complimentary Valet Parking for Hotel Guess. Guess should not have to pay for parking if checked into Hotel. No Free Parking available. If you are receiving Comp Rooms ,why not include valet Parking alone with it?
from
Submitted on 07-09-2016
Poor maintenance and management. Water was not clear and room maintenance was not good. Room was not clean and far from reservation desk. Car parking is also not good. Management is also slow in check in process
from Piedimonte Etneo, Italy
Submitted on 07-09-2016
Fast check in/out plenty of polite receptionists working there. The hotel is immense and they have another 5 courts outside. Parking is free. Good choice of restaurants and shops. Room in the court is big, with clean bathroom and cosy bed. You need to walk a bit to reach the strip.
from London, England, United Kingdom
Submitted on 07-09-2016
Popped in to Circus Circus at midday on a Thursday with the intention of getting some lunch. Was surprised to find the Adventure Zone closed, and even more amazed to find the buffet and other restaurants also closed. At midday??? In the end there was very little choice for places to eat so we hopped on a bus and headed further down the Strip. To its credit the Midway arcade part of Circus Circus was fun, with some classic video games on offer at very reasonable prices. But as with the rest of th... Read more
from
Submitted on 07-09-2016
Poor poor poor. We visited around midday looking for something to eat. Followed signs for buffet- roped off. Followed signs for food area all closed except star bucks. Went to take a look at the adventure land was closed. Peered at pool closed. Place felt like it was closing down. We found the arcade and this brightened our day a little hence 2 stars but a fair few machines were out of bounds with tape over slots. Escalators from food atea down were shut , lady in front if me was struggling to ... Read more
from Las Vegas, Nevada
Submitted on 09-09-2016
Got a great rate to stay there, but watch out for the resort fee that they hit you with at check-in. The room was clean, but the A/C was real weak. Even overnight the room didn't cool down to my liking, but I managed. Be prepared to be bombarded by tons of kids! It was quiet on the floor though. If you want to save some money and use it for something else Vegas I'd say stay.
from Bloomington, Illinois
Submitted on 09-09-2016
We decided last minute to take an overnight trip to Vegas over Labor Day weekend. Knowing we were taking our kids, ages 6 and 12, we decided to book this hotel. We stayed in the sky rise and the room was very clean and recently remodeled. After first pulling into the parking deck closest to registration, I was really worried about what our experience would be...super tight spaces, no room to turn around, etc. the kind lady at registration told us to park in the garage near the rv park and sky ri... Read more
from Greater Manchester, United Kingdom
Submitted on 09-09-2016
Pros: 1. Cheap 2. Spacious 3. Clean 4. Friendly and nice staffs 5. Area is safe Cons: 1. A bit further than the rest of the attractions along the strip. But get yourself deuce/SDX bus pass. Bus stop nearby. 2. A bit ancient
from Las Vegas, Nevada
Submitted on 09-09-2016
Had my boyfriend and his daughter with me for this quick family trip on emergency Good overall trip staff was nice as well will stay again have no complaints even though it was a very quick trip to really encounter all aspects of hotel and casino
from Istanbul, Turkey
Submitted on 09-09-2016
first we spent 10 minutes to find front desk.then adventure started to find our room which was in other building even though l have reservation for main building. I had DND sign until 2 pm but after l took it back l didn't have housekeeping service. They should improve amenities in the rooms. 3 bath towels are not enough for two adults. When we asked more they deliver quickly. Hallways and common areas are looking clean and organized. It is 10 minutes to walk distance for strip. Price is afforda... Read more
from Compton, California
Submitted on 12-09-2016
Love their prices and parking,If planing on taking your children you wont regret doing it.. Fun and lots games..I love their friendly staff.. If tour looking for a place for your children To have fun Circus circus is the right place.
from Tijuana, Mexico
Submitted on 12-09-2016
Second time in vegas first time staying at circus circus its not that bad of a hotel rooms where very clean the view was not that great but it was a nice stay the dinner and breakfast buffet are good and there are lots of things to do inside the hotelit has its own amusment park and arcade for the young ones of going on a family trip its your stop A couple of minutesfrom the strip
from
Submitted on 12-09-2016
The room was clean and the beds were comfy. They had a lot of shops and restaurants. The adventure land was fantastic. Definitely will be recommending this resort. All the staff were very nice and helpful
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Submitted on 13-09-2016
I would thoroughly recommend to take sny children to CC. This is the place to take them if they are bored with acts every 30 minutes and so many fun things for them to do in between. To win a prize is a bit hard but they already get the adrenaline rush of chasing there parents hard earnt . A casino for children
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Submitted on 13-09-2016
Very affordable an we enjoyed our stay room was huge very clean loads to see n do within the hostel an is only a small walk to treasure island hotel the free circus acts were good to see an the reception are more than helpful small wait to check in but check out was quick an easy would stay here again. Loved the fact that there was an uber driver point right outside the hotel so to get around the max we paid was $7 wich is very cheap compared to normal taxi. Loved Vegas would stay here again
from By Ithaca New york
Submitted on 15-09-2016
there are no more coffee makers in the rooms.the rooms are good. we checked in and found the first room to smelled of smoke so we went back down and they made it right. always stay on 22nd floor and up to have a view of the strip.Housekeeping was great.front desk staff was very kind.Parking this month of september was better then in August.Watch out for road work.
from
Submitted on 15-09-2016
Circus circus is fun for my three year old. Regular circus acts about every thirty minutes throughout the day. Lots of carnival type games to keep kids entertained between performances. If we're driving through Vegas, it's a pretty inexpensive entertainment for a few hours.
from Bristol, United Kingdom
Submitted on 16-09-2016
This classic Las Vegas hotel is in need of some TLC, the decor is tiered and the smell of cigarette smoke cannot be disguised by the cheap air-freshener. The saving grace is the helpfulness of the staff.
from Burnley, United Kingdom
Submitted on 16-09-2016
I found this hotel clean & tidy for our first visit to Vegas & just planned going again in March 2017 ..outside you can get the bus $8 for 24hr pass it was good..the casino was good but not as good as the bigger ones on the strip. But it suited us.i never went to the attractions inside only the casino..lol
from
Submitted on 17-09-2016
Today we check out and I can't wait to move to MB for the remainder of OUR trip. This place STINKS like rotten eggs and mildew EVERYWHERE even outside. The rooms are very dated no fridge/microwave but beds comfy and rooms are ok. We stayed in the Sunrise Tower, best location to pools/amusement park. Pool area with mix matched FILTHY and busted lounge chairs I was scared to sit on, murky pool water as day went no one periodically cleaning debris with a net. The whole time I wanted a powerhouse an... Read more
from Roanoke, Virginia
Submitted on 18-09-2016
We travel extensively and usually make wise decisions about where we stay. Unfortunately, on this first trip for us to Las Vegas, we did not feel that staying at the Circuis Circuis was a wise choice. We now know that we could have stayed far nicer places for the same or less cost. This place is sad and tired. The parking and check in was chaotic, to say the least. Our walk from the elevator to our 14th floor room in the West Tower was over worn carpet with exposed seam threads, and through ding... Read more
from Anaheim, California
Submitted on 18-09-2016
It's a decent family experience. Room was about 100 per night + vegas charges and taxes, which was reasonable. If you manage your expectations you will not be disappointed. Lots of fun stuff to do for kids and buffet was good as well. Overall, a positive experience.
from Mumbai, Maharashtra, India
Submitted on 19-09-2016
The hotel is true to the name. The buffet breakfast or brunch whatever you call it was amazing and too good to miss. The rooms were ok, a bit worn out, but what else to expect at that price. The place is ok for leisure travel as bus stop is nearby for Downtown and the hotel is close to downtown. Yes it's in the strip but a bit far from the main happening area like the Belaggio.
from Russellville, Arkansas
Submitted on 19-09-2016
This place is fun but as with the rest of Vegas I came out a looser. It is fun to hang around in the old part of Vegas and see the sites and eat at some of the resturaunt as. Check out the zip line over head.
from California
Submitted on 19-09-2016
I'd not been here since 1969, but Officer Amigo made my return visit a memorable and highly enjoyable one. HE was gracious and kid in going out orchids way to provide me with directions, and background. A wonderful, kind man who could not do enough for me. THANK YOU CIRCUS-CIRCUS & OFFICER AMIGO: WELL DONE!
from Melbourne, Australia
Submitted on 23-09-2016
I stayed here for 2 nights with my wife and kids aged 10 to 13. The complex is showing its age (built in the 60's) but, has had renovations done some time ago. I didn't gamble so my review is just about the hotel. Check in was easy with friendly staff. Our room was on the 24th floor with some views of The Strip. The room and beds were surprisingly clean and comfortable which made for a good nights sleep. No fridge or coffee facilities provided. An ice machine was provided down the hall. The hote... Read more
from Sale, United Kingdom
Submitted on 23-09-2016
So me and my other half stayed here with another couple for a week. First thing to advise is no matter where you stay on the strip you have to pay a sort of tax which is incurred per night per room. Was about $130 for the week. Anyway the hotel is down the strip near downtown. Can't walk the strip in a day especially not mid August. The hotel is huge with thousands of lights all over it. We entered the hotel on the strip side and had to walk through the casino to get to check in. We upgraded t... Read more
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Submitted on 23-09-2016
The hotel is really close to the strip. I don't know why other had a bad reputation bit our number was pretty clean, ventilation in casino was awesome! We really enjoyed staying in Circus Circus especially that price is good enough!
from Vancouver, Canada
Submitted on 23-09-2016
i drove to the hotel there was no trafic chek in was long line up they have free parking wen i went in the elevator it was nice the hall way was nice but wen i went in side the hotel room i relax it was nice and wen i went to the loby they was like a mini play land it was fun
from Harrogate, United Kingdom
Submitted on 23-09-2016
Just passed thru for 2 nights, hotel its self is very dated and it smells of stale cigarettes & beer, but the rooms are surprisingly comfortable. We had two King beds which were very comfy, the hotel was quite too. Pleasant staff throughout, nice safe stay
from Genzano di Lucania, Italy
Submitted on 27-09-2016
I stayed at the circus circus some years ago.It's a little bit old,but it's comfortable and amazing!the casino is eccellente,the position is good,is not in the middle of the strip,so I recommend this for a short trip!
from Leeds
Submitted on 27-09-2016
When we arrived there was a long queue at check in but there were lots of desks and the queue went down very quickly. The room was looking a bit tired but was adequate, we only wanted somewhere to sleep for the two nights. The whole place has a tired and dated feel to it and is more geared up for families who want to see Vegas on budget. It is not near the rest of the strip but you can get a 24 hour bus ticket for 9 dollars which allows you to hop on and off at all the hotels. As other reviewers... Read more
from London
Submitted on 27-09-2016
I just wanted something cheap which is the only reason I went but I wished I had spent more and stayed on the Strip. It's just chaos which would be fine if you're looking to entertain kids but not for me I'm afraid.
from Chicago, Illinois
Submitted on 27-09-2016
What Circus, Circus lacked in amenities it made up for in price. It's hard to complain with Expedia deal we got to stay here. After a week in Vegas, our wallet appreciated this stay. It's a little old, little musty, someone is always trying to sell you something you don't need in the casino area. Think Super-8 as far as accommodations go. Livable, not luxury. However, it was some of the most entertaining people watching during our trip. Lots of sights at 4am in the casino area.
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Submitted on 27-09-2016
It's perfect for a family traveling with kids or a cheap weekend trip. They really need a makeover smells like wet carpet throughout. You get what you pay for so the price. Kids will have a ball so much for then to do inside the hotel.
from San Jose, California
Submitted on 28-09-2016
I was basically charged $170.00 USD for a $30.00 USD motel room, everything is old and outdated, stains on carpets and walls, no fridge, no water bottles, no coffe maker, no ice bucket, no flat screen TV, the safe is big enough to keep a folder, when the house keepers came they didn't change the sheets they just re-do the beds and they didn't throw away the trash!! We had a few bags of fast food and some cans of beer from the night before and when we came back to the room they were still there!,... Read more
from michigan
Submitted on 29-09-2016
This place has so much to do! Circus acts on the midway casino I won at each slot I played. Shops pool with bar. Staff treated us like family and were fast when we had issue with air. Close to everything ???. I can't wait to go back!
from North Wales, United Kingdom
Submitted on 30-09-2016
Big interconnecting room. room in the West tower with two Queen beds. Good bathroom. Ice bucket. Hanging space, iron and board hair dryer, Tv, shower and bath. No fridge. Can catch the RTC bus outside and the mono rail is across the way in the SLS hotel. We payed. $300 for two rooms for two nights. We enjoyed the Vince. Neil's Tatuado we had breakfast and dinner there. Good food at excellent prices.
from Moss Point, Mississippi
Submitted on 30-09-2016
my family rented out the entire 27th floor, every room was nice besides one...it was TRASHED! but they moved my aunt into a suite & the problem was fixed! had the best time of my life, you don't have the leave the hotel/casino if you don't want to but i advis to go site seeing!
from London, United Kingdom
Submitted on 30-09-2016
Great budget hotel, friendly staff and decent sized rooms. Location a little far away from the main Vegas strip so not many eating/shopping options also the actual casino was quiet and not very lively compared to other hotel casinos. But pretty decent for the price.
from Detroit, Michigan
Submitted on 04-10-2016
Great and positive atmosphere. Staff was exceptional and the food was great. If you want a great rate and affordable dining selection, this is the place to be at. Take your family and friends to Circus Circus where you will have a great experience for a vacation spot to travel to.
from Medford, Massachusetts
Submitted on 04-10-2016
I called Circus Circus Hotel about an upcoming trip in Oct and asked to stay in the main building as my husband and I cant really walk a long way. And was told i have to pay for the upgrade, this left a sour taste in my mouth because you would think that they would try to please their costomers I was really dissapointed i didnt want a suite just to be in the main building
from Kansas City, Kansas
Submitted on 04-10-2016
We checked into Circus Circus for one night on a Friday. Our flight arrived very early (7am) and we went directly to the hotel. We asked at the check in desk if we would be able to check in early, and the earliest available was 11am. Our rooms were booked for Manor Lodge, which I heard was pretty run down, so I asked about an upgraded room. For $10, we were upgraded to a double queen in the tower overlooking the strip. I was super excited, this being my first time in Vegas. After checking our ba... Read more
from
Submitted on 04-10-2016
We didn't pay much for this hotel so didn't expect much but it was decent enough. Lots to see and do inside the hotel. We didn't go to the theme park inside the hotel but it was big. The room was clean and had all the amenities you'd need. It's a little walk to the main strip to the likes of MGM etc. Or get a taxi. The slot machine area was OK too. Would I stay here again? Probably but only based on the price.
from Jasper, Georgia
Submitted on 04-10-2016
Do not stay here. I saw a great deal on line and walked into the hotel to see if they would price match. The lady at the desk didn't even look up she just continued to type and told me that once I booked it online I could get back in line for Check in. So I stood in the lobby and booked on line. I went back up to her and she said that the room I booked was in the manor and not the main hotel. The manor is across the street and backs up to a not so safe street. She even gave me a room on the grou... Read more
from Los Angeles, California
Submitted on 12-10-2016
Circus circus is about the best experience at Las Vegas couldn't have chosen a different option good deals with good quality, what gets me more is it's located on a nice area on the strip of vegas. Employees work hard for your needs very flexible and Lenient to your needs
from Hyderabad, India
Submitted on 12-10-2016
It's a grand hotel but old. The whole property has turned very old and not renovated. It's cheap but not a great property to consider. Bathrooms are stinky and old. Leakages in the bathroom is a common problem. Avoid this hotel.
from Chester, United Kingdom
Submitted on 12-10-2016
Be prepared to spend spend spend from the moment you get off the plane. Food and drinks are sky high.the hotel is a little tied but the rooms are clean and tidy with a safe. Clean towels each day and pleasant staff.Las Vegas its self is a great experience don't forget to visit Down Town Las Vegas, Freemont Street and the Grand Canyon.
from Flint, Michigan
Submitted on 12-10-2016
My first trip to Las Vegas with my 4 sons ages 15-7. We had a great time, but it took us a few days to figure out the shortcuts to the hotel and the city. As far as the hotel goes I wouldn't stay anywhere else as long as I have children with me. Our best day was the last one, after we checked out we were allowed to leave our bags in a secure area and we spent the day riding rides and enjoying the circus shows.
from Kyle
Submitted on 12-10-2016
My room was clean and quiet, with a beautiful view of the mountains. I chose to walk to the Convention Center every day of my stay, and it was only a 15 minute trip each way. This afforded me to get some exercise in the mornings! This hotel has a lot of amenities in addition to the gaming choices, and it is close to many other attractions and dining options. I may be the only soul visiting Las Vegas who chose not to gamble during their stay, but I found a lot of other interesting things to do ... Read more
from Halifax, Canada
Submitted on 19-10-2016
Circus circus is a bit old but you know what its a fun place to gamble rooms are dated but not ecpensive. Bar in casino was great fun place to drink .lots of entertainment .would do circus circus again.
from Perth, Australia
Submitted on 19-10-2016
Went as 2 families connecting rooms.. everyone loved it. Clean and quiet hotel. Easily get lost it was so big. Circus acts and rides entertained the kids. Didnt like all the smokers tho.. and a few undesirables around the pool but overal cheap and cheerful
from Toronto, Canada
Submitted on 19-10-2016
Hotel very date has a foul odor that the hotel is trying to cover up with air freshness. Bed are old and uncomfortable. There is mold in the bathroom Our room was to be smoke free but smelled of smoke. The circus area would be enjoyed by small children.
from Fort Lauderdale, Florida
Submitted on 19-10-2016
Why the circus theme when you have ONE very short performance every forty-five minutes! You filled the space with cheesy games that no one was playing. All the kids were disappointed as were these grown-ups with your very sparse idea of a circus. The rest of the hotel was just chaos and people running and almost knocking folks over. The casinos had far too many filled stinky ash trays and the rest rooms were filthy. The hotel needs to be spruced up in every respect from floors to walls. I... Read more
from Mumbai (Bombay), India
Submitted on 19-10-2016
When we checked into this hotel, we did not know that this was the 15th largest hotel in the world by number of rooms! I also did not know that 10 of the top 15 are within a mile radius from here.! A very clean place with all basics in place, a stone's throw from the strip of vegas (and as per our tour guide, the best hotel in vegas till steve wynn came and changed the face of vegas in 90s). Nothing to complain about. A nice place.!
from Dublin, Ireland
Submitted on 02-11-2016
Stayed in the Casino Tower, and was upgraded to a suite. The suite rooms (think its floors 10 upwards) are lovely. Well appointed and maintained. A little older but certainly lovely and very clean. Beds are very comfortable and the rooms spacious. The checkin and out process was speedy. I would have no issue recommending this type of room in the casino to a friend. I have been told the RV motel rooms are the pits. But you get what you pay for so worth paying to upgrade. Overall the hotel facilit... Read more
from Vinnytsya, Ukraine
Submitted on 02-11-2016
Circus Circus Hotel & Casino is a great compromise for those who wants to save money while traveling. As you really spend a night at the hotel or even less then a night (especially in Las Vegas). We had a nice room,clean room,with a great room service.But the best what i want to mention is that we had to check out from the hotel at 11 am,well you are allowed to leave your luggage at the hotel for 24 hours without any charge till your air plane time comes and enjoy the city with no worrying about... Read more
from Spray, Oregon
Submitted on 02-11-2016
We just barely got into Vegas and we headed to circus circus for dinner. It is a little out dated but still a good place to eat. No waiting. We were seated instantly then headed straight for the food.. We were so stuffed we barely had room for desert
from Prague, Czech Republic
Submitted on 03-11-2016
+ the only positive thing about this place was that it was the cheapest option I could find for that 1 night on Friday when I needed to extend my stay in Vegas due to flight on Sat.... + the bed was comfy and bathroom clean and water warm... - they put me in the part called "Manor" that looks like cheap motel with impression of no security, especially if your room is totally at the back and amont the last ones, on the ground floor with a view of fence and parking and feeling that if you wanted,... Read more
from Thane
Submitted on 04-11-2016
nice place to stay in Las Vegas. Lot of entertainment like big Casino, swimming pool, rides etc. Hotel has their on open auditorium where full day performances like dramas, acts keep going. Various options for stay starting from $45 to $100 includes all charges. It's just 1 mile from city center & easy to walk down to various places.
from Medford,OR
Submitted on 06-11-2016
First time staying here. Totally went with price as my friend who is a single mom wanted to take her first trip to Vegas. Our room was in The Manor buildings across the street. The reality is this casino in old and rundown, great for kids based on activities. I would not recommend this casino for anyone without children. To say it is dirty would be an understatement. However the toilet & shower worked and the bed was surprisingly comfortable. If you just need a place to crash it's fine, if you p... Read more
from Castle Rock, Colorado
Submitted on 07-11-2016
Circus Circus still looks like a casino out of the 1960s but in a quaint kind of way. We have never stayed the night here, but did visit the casino. The former carousel that now has slot machines on it is pretty funky, and your view changes constantly if you are paying attention. The machines are well maintained and the older ones get sent over to Slots of Fun apparently. We were able to play for awhile before playing our allotted money down, and the cocktail waitresses were good about keepi... Read more
from Florida
Submitted on 07-11-2016
I did some homework in advance and found out the central tower has been recently updated so we were able to get a room here. Not sure what the other rooms look like but I am guessing, dated. The outside of the hotel is a little misleading as it looks very dated but surprisingly the inside areas are in good shape. We were here for the SEMA Show and it is a easy walk .4 tenths of a mile walk to the Las Vegas Convention Center.
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Submitted on 07-11-2016
Its the biggest scam out there! They'll say a cheap price, but once you get there, there will be a lot of "additional fee" and another fee for an upgrade to actually be in the hotel lot, and another fee a week after you've checked out because "apparently" they miscalculated your bill. Rooms were okay, nothing worth for the price. Hallways and elevators are dirty. And front desk staff werent all friendly
from Adrian, Michigan
Submitted on 08-11-2016
I made late room reservations to be in Vegas on Halloween weekend to meet some business associates. As expected, rooms were scarce on the strip and expensive, so to save money I elected to stay at Circus Circus. The better rooms were taken, so I was stuck in the five 3 story "Manor" buildings across the street that are lettered A-E. The "Manor" buildings are about .40 back from the strip, and behind an RV park, so it is a long walk. Getting to the strip and to the main hotel could be a li... Read more
from Adelaide, Australia
Submitted on 10-11-2016
Down the end of the strip closer to Fremont St, it is clean and quiet with lots of eating areas, best thing is you can catch a bus to anywhere to the strip for $8 for 24hrs or $20 for 3 days its only a short walk to the bus stop. The buffet is pricey $20 the meal is average, lots of shopping can be done there in the motel over all a good place to stay away from the glammer of vegas
from
Submitted on 10-11-2016
Sure this is one of the cheapest hotels on the strip BUT you get what you pay for. The rooms have not been updated in decades, the furniture is old and not so clean. The only good thing about this hotel is the presence of the Adventure Dome.
from Alexandria, United States
Submitted on 11-11-2016
Our group traveled there for business purposes and from the first day all they experienced was unclean rooms fro sheets that had not been changed when they checked in to soiled and stained towels to ants. In addition, we had rooms that people used during our staffs time away from them...this means staff had keys to rooms and use them at their discretion leaving them filthy. Security was made aware of this and nothing was ever relayed to us here at HQ on how they would handle this. The front desk... Read more
from Honolulu, Hawaii
Submitted on 11-11-2016
I am used to splurge in nice hotels and this not one of them. Old, outdated and lack of customer service. No room service, restaurants close at 10 pm and unfortunately I had the bad luck of needing special assistance due to a small accident and could experience a total lack of customer service skills. Terrible experience only recommended for a big family and small budget... that take vacation once a year or less and need to save. Then i would reconsider the whole plan ...what u doing in Las Vega... Read more
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Submitted on 11-11-2016
Nothing special. If I were to compare Circus Circus to a regular hotel in a typical downtown, it would just be like Travelodge or Motel6. Rooms are outdated. Casino is just 2 star. However, the steak house inside is superb (must try). Not too close to The Strip. Wasted too much on Uber. I should've not listen to my husband's best friend's taste when it comes to choosing a place to stay in Vegas.
from Los Angeles, California
Submitted on 15-11-2016
This review is based off the fact that I only paid $55 for the night (This rate includes the scammy "resort fee"). The only reason I booked this hotel was because we had our twin??s birthday party at Adventuredome (Adventuredome was AWESOME by the way) and after a full day of riding rides, we wanted to have adult beverages and not have to drive home. The garage here is terrible looking. Not a great first impression at all. And once you enter the actual hotel itself, the impression does not i... Read more
from Fort Worth, Texas
Submitted on 15-11-2016
i usually wear rumpled clothes the entire trip, but i was able to iron my wardrobe and look reasonably well, and attracted a few nice males my age to chat with, and that was good, and i felt great about it
from
Submitted on 15-11-2016
So we took a vacation in Vegas because the stay at Circus Circus was so affordable, the idea was to take the kids to the Adventuredome and the Midway and catch some other things in town. On first feeling the beds seemed super soft and bouncy and I thought they would be good for sleeping. I was so veey wrong the bed didn't support any part of my body and left me sore the next day. By day 5 I was literally in pain and hadn't slept well any of the 4 nights the kids slept okay and my wife did ok... Read more
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Submitted on 16-11-2016
Got a great deal through Allegiant Airlines my round trip flight, 4 night stay in the hotel all taxes included however when I check in at Circus Circus I had to pay an extra $250 for Resort fees on top of it so the deal wasn't so great. Water $4.50 a small bottle $4 16 oz Pepsi if you stay here go one block down to CVS for anything or bring an extra arm and leg to afford to stay hydrated.. a substandard steak one baked potato and a vegetable $55. I imagine it's these prices at any casino but i... Read more
from Sydney, Australia
Submitted on 16-11-2016
Apart from needing a GPS to find where to park & find my room I had a BAD SURPRISE when checking out. I was charged $US 91 for 3 calls within USA, I placed calls ie. I rang San Francisco about lost cell phone in stolen rental car (I estimate 10 minute call), I also made 2 calls to Pennsylvania & left a message on their answering machine as party didn't pick up (each call I estimate time of max. 3 minutes). At check out I was not provided details of time for calls etc. No answers to my questions.... Read more
from Kansas City, Kansas
Submitted on 19-11-2016
My family and I stayed at the SKY RISE CIRCUS CIRCUS. Room was small bit dated but room was clean, spacious and comfortable. We all enjoyed our stay and plan on staying here again on our next visit. I have recommended this hotel to several other people I know who are planning on visiting Las Vegas.
from Murray River, Canada
Submitted on 20-11-2016
The room was comfortable, the staff were friendly, good location but my husband and I suffer with allergies I got very filled up at night in the room and when out during the day I would get better. My husband would fill up as soon as he walked in the motel. It was susposed to be a non smoking room.
from Sheffield, United Kingdom
Submitted on 20-11-2016
Detoured to Las Vegas on our Route 66 road trip over the summer. Price was the main factor in choosing places to stay and Circus Circus was the cheapest place on the Strip at the time. We upgraded to a West Tower Room from the Manor, which is a block of hotel rooms separated from the main complex by the car park. The hotel offers free parking and complimentary wifi. The room was clean and spacious, with a good-sized bathroom and a good shower. We were given a book of vouchers to use in various s... Read more
from Mansfield, Texas
Submitted on 21-11-2016
I stayed here for the FABTECH tool show Nov. 2016. Circus Circus has good rates, good staff and security, would like to see the place cleaned up a bit. Loved the upstairs arcade!!! If I took my kids to Vegas this is where I would go. Easy walking distance to treasure island and other places. I'm sure at one time this was an awesome place to stay but time has taken its toll and it is starting to show it pretty bad. Eating at "The Steak House" restaurant is a must. A little pricey but the food and... Read more
from Quito, Ecuador
Submitted on 21-11-2016
This hotel should have been put down 20 years ago. The carpets were old and dirty throughout the hotel. The buffett is the worst I have had in Vegas. Resort fees? What resort?? There is really nothing nearby except a Denny's (which was like a gourmet restaurant compared to the swill being served in the hotel). Having spent over 15 years in the restaurant and hotel business I do not make such comments lightly, but seriously, someone needs to tear it down and put up a decent hotel there... C... Read more
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Submitted on 23-11-2016
I arrived at the circus , circus & after booking & reading a few reviews I was worried ?? (Silly old me , when will I ever learn , some people just enjoy having a rant). Upon arriving we pulled up to the hotel & it's huge (like all hotels in Vegas). But one thing the Circus , circus has & what made the holiday special for me was that it has that old style Las Vegas vibe about it. We stayed in the refurbished rooms & they are nice & clean & are the perfect base after along days exploring the st... Read more
from Vancouver Island, Canada
Submitted on 23-11-2016
I was in town for a convention and Circus Circus is a convenient 15 minute walk to the Convention Centre. Every staff member I encountered was very friendly and efficient, hats off to the staff! Check- in and check-out were quick and easy. There are a lot of kids in the common areas,this wasn't a surprise as the hotel is billed as a family resort, but if you're looking for a romantic getaway, stay elsewhere. The decor is a little worn in places, but reasonable if you're looking for a budget hote... Read more
from Lunenburg, Canada
Submitted on 24-11-2016
Stayed here 4 nights in November 2016. This hotel is looking very tired -- we stayed here about 15 years ago, and I don't think they've changed the decor since. The furniture in the room was poorly arranged (e.g., the bed should have been on the opposite wall, away from the door). The room smelled like sewage and/or a soup kitchen a few times, mostly in the morning and evening. Also, we were very surprised that we had to pay an additional nightly fee when we arrived (i.e., we didn't know that wh... Read more
from Charleston, West Virginia
Submitted on 24-11-2016
Great stay can't wait to come back!! The staff was great and the room was a great size. I enjoy every moment and it didn't cost me an arm and a leg, I even had to see if I could do a late check out and it was no problem and that wasn't a insane cost either I was very satisfied!!
from Millom, United Kingdom
Submitted on 25-11-2016
The room was really cheap which may explain why the cafes/restaurants were so expensive! Only ate here once, Westside Deli - expensive, poor quality food so did not go back (think McDonalds at 4 times the price). Buffet was expensive too so we didn't try it. It's a 15 minute walk to the main Strip area which is fine if it's not too hot. If it's hot get the bus (the Deuce) which is $8 for a 24 hour pass. There was no in room coffee, asked if we could have it when we checked in and were told n... Read more
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Submitted on 28-11-2016
We booked this hotel because of the great rates they offer compared to other hotels in Las vegas. That being said, you get what you pay for. Manor lodge is a motel style set of 5 or so separate buildings, removed from the main hotel and lobby. Rooms were clean but hallways always smelled of smoke. Thin walls, could hear everything going on around us and the slamming doors all night was unpleasant. Located on the strip however, very far away from the desirable area. The rooms seemed clean but cou... Read more
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Submitted on 28-11-2016
We arrived today and went for check-in. The guy gave us non working keys for 3 different rooms. They have one job to do... We had to go back to lobby which is 10min from the rooms. There we had to do the lineup again and they just told us there was a lock problem while not acknowledging the mistake, redid the keys and told us to come back again if it didn't work. Guy at lobby basically laugh at us. Terrible lobby staff. Stay away, it's cheap, you get what you pay for.
from Euless, Texas
Submitted on 29-11-2016
Loved the place. They didn't have any problem for an early check-in, 1pm: friendly staff. Low cost, clean rooms, and good service. A world within itself with a grand casino, adventure dome for thrill rides and fun, midway for entertainment, games for all ages and free circus show, and McDonald for food. Loved the place.
from Chicago, IL
Submitted on 29-11-2016
Okay I've stayed at Circus Circus 20+ times... It is always the cheapest of the "resorts" when you book with AAA (I'm a member, but they never check). I can stay here for literally half the price of the other MGM properties, even the resort fee is reduced. When I'm visiting by myself I get the manor, get an old cruddy room, and park a few feet from the room. When travelling with the family, I book in the towers, the other adults complain, like this is the worst thing possible, sure enough th... Read more
from Gilbert, Arizona
Submitted on 29-11-2016
I can truly say I am impressed by the wonderful service at Circus Circus! From greeters to luggage helpers, they were phenomenal! We had a loud room next to us when we first arrived, called and asked if I could please be switched rooms, and immediately someone came up and not only switched me rooms but helped me carry my luggage. that up too! Will def be back!
from dublin
Submitted on 30-11-2016
A really lovely old place that could do with a spring clean !! Would definitely bring my kids here . Live circus shows all day and plenty for them to do. Good atmosphere - all the fun of the fair !!! Did some slot machines here and hD some drinks. Didn't have any food or stay so can't comment on that. Definitely worth a visit for the fun
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Submitted on 01-12-2016
Never again will my family. Or friends stay at Circus circus again. Unfortunately while sharing joined rooms for three nights with my family we were Robbed (so far looks like employee) while we were aseep! A shirt wallet and keys were taken. We made a report with security and metro police after finding out a female used credit cards (we have pictures in a store of her) tried getting help from so called Risk Management David Garner who won't reply! after showing pictures of female using credit ca... Read more
from cochin
Submitted on 02-12-2016
Impersonal, dont see much of people in service except the housekeeping. Clean and neat rooms. IN Las Vegas you spend very little time in the room. Happy with the room. Nothing to comment on service because there was not much service required.
from Cheshire, Massachusetts
Submitted on 02-12-2016
This hotel is in desperate need of an upgrade. The stained carpets/ dilapidated reception area and tobacco smelling atmosphere is to be avoided. Although room on 9th floor was just OK I.e clean bed/clean bathroom - room only cleaned twice in 4days but when housekeeping informed did offer to come up immediately with clean towels etc. We just used it as a base to sleep but spent as little time as possible in it. Put in complaint to holiday booking agent as did not feel suitable for "holiday"hotel.... Read more
from Crestwood, Kentucky
Submitted on 02-12-2016
Room is West Tower was average. The hotel needs to be freshened up inside and out. Seems a bit worn. Front desk staff was great. Buffet was okay, however the fresh pasta bar wonderful. Location is not the best either.
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