Rio All Suite Hotel and Casino

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Rio All Suite Hotel and Casino

, Las Vegas
4 star

Rooms: 2563

3700 West Flamingo Road - Las Vegas - Nevada - 89103 - United States | 702 777 7777
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Rio and Harrahs Total Rewards system ROCKS!
Submitted by: Annette in 31/03/06
  • Age Group: 31 - 40
  • From: United States
  • Traveller type: Budget Traveller
We are frequent guests of the Rio. We don't stay anywhere else in Las Vegas. We are Diamond card holders. We get personal service. Our casino host has called on us frequently to make sure we were satisfied.
Now that Harrahs has merged with Caesars we may try out Paris and/or Caesars. But we'll always come back to the Rio.
The atmosphere is alive with excitement from the moment you walk in the door.
This last visit was not what we've had before
Submitted by: Arlene in 11/03/06
  • Age Group: 60 +
  • From: United States
  • Traveller type: Retired
I asked 2 differnet times for our casino host, and did not get to visit with him. He called my room 1 time and left a voice mail. When I checked in, I asked for him and was told, he was in a meeting. When I checked out, I again asked for him and was told he could not be located. Needless to say, I was not a happy person. I did not receive the tower I requested to stay in, also the 1st night the hot tub in the room was broken, I was told it would be fixed within the hour and it wasn't. I stayed a wake until 1:30 a.m. waiting on the maintance people.This time out to Vegas, instead of gambling, as I like to do. I went shopping at other casinos. My stay next time will probably not be at the Rio. My husband and I have been coming to the Rio since 1987. We have (all but 1 time) been completely satisafied. We have been diamond card holders for a long time. Since Harrahs has taken over the casino has changed. It seems to me like the personal side of the casino hosts are long gone. I thought it was their job to seek you out and make sure that your stay was enjoyable and if anything needed to be corrected. Wrong again in my thinking. This is my complaint and we may or probably not will return. There are many more casinos and hotels that would gladly accept our business.
No place else but the Rio
Submitted by: Sylvia Solinski in 29/03/05
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  • From: United States
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"I stayed, as a guest, and I thought the rooms, restaurants, and gaming, were terrific! I'm a diamond member, and I love the rooms for diamond members.
I will return, and I will stay, no other place, but the RIO."

Historical Traveller Reviews of Rio All Suite Hotel and Casino

Most fun I ever had

from A TripAdvisor Member
It was the best place I stayed at. We stayed at the Rio and Luxor. I found the Rio to be the most exciting place compared to the Luxor. We had a convention there and the food they provided was excellent. Staff was wonderful down to putting the napkins on your lap. I will join again. I was there the same time the other lady was there on June 17 through the 20.

Will Never Visit Rio Again

from Sofia4
I will never visit Rio Suites.. ever again. Beware if you happen to have an accident in any of the Rio Stores or resturante the HOTEL is not least that how I was treated and told by the Security. BEWARE security is just there to look after the CASINO and don't care about visiotors or problems you might come in contact...ENTER AT YOUR OWN RISK//

very disappointed

from colesloough
rio fell far short of expectations. the room assigned did noymeet what we reserved on line. it took 6 phone calls FROM ME over two daystyo get to a correct room that we had reserved. food at the buffet washorrrendous(the LV Hilton is MUCH better); service at the bar and grilltook 45 minutes for a hamburger at lunch.service attitude and folow thru ofstaff was non-existant. current staff say the place has gone downhill sinceharrahs acquired it. staf complained of overwork and long shifts.from room1855 you can see topless girls in private pool (next to highroller andcelebrity villas adjacent to main pool(separated by rock wall). saw guysdropping wads of money in front of each topless girl by edge of pool.interesting....we think girls were "supplied" to those guests nightclub is "bikinis". night we were there: 85 guys,8 females....voodoo lounge on top of hotel is excellent. great atmosphereand great service..

OK, Should have stayed on the strip.

from A TripAdvisor Member
I stayed at the Rio with my girlfriend over Memorial Day weekend 2003. This was my first time to Vegas. I picked the Rio, because of the price and the pool sounded fun. The pools were nice and fun as described by others, with the exception of the sand pool, which should have been just called the kiddy pool. The rooms were very large, which was a plus. I however didnot like being so far from the strip. Your dining options are limited if you plan on just staying around the hotel. We got roped in to the Seafood Buffet for $32 a person plus tip, and I thought it was horrible. We ate so much peel n' eat shrimp just to get full. There was basically no lobster or fresh grilled fish. The lobster served was all jumbo shrimp sized (couldn't have been more than 1.5-2oz a piece), and cut in half in a butter sauce. All the flavor was cooked out of them too. I spent my entire dinner eating prime rib at the seafood buffet, but that took three trips to get enough prime rib, since they were slicing it thin for deli meat, even after I asked for a thick cut since there was nothing else to eat. I also ate at the Carnival Buffet for lunch the next day for $12.99. They had peel and eat shrimp and prime rib too, so I felt even more cheated. The next day was much better, when we took the free shuttle to Harrah's. I was actually more impressed with the casino at Harrah's; nicer, bigger, brighter, and much more alive. I felt a little cheated since Harrah's was the same price and I picked the Rio. I love to gamble, but I gamble cheap. No options around the Rio, but plenty near Harrah's. Plus many more dining options right outside of the door. I probably wouldn't have been roped into trying the Seafood Buffet, and dropping $100 for two after couple of drink while we waited an hour to get seated and tips. We stayed out late, and missed the last shuttle, so we had to take a cab back. I guess all in all, I would recommend the Rio, if you plan on just sitting by the pool, enjoying your large room, and not planning on going to thc of Vegas until you get to the Strip.

The Rio during the 4th

from A TripAdvisor Member
I stayed at the Rio during the 4th of July weekend. For those of you who are going to do the same, this hotel is packed during the 4th! Then, everyone leaves the next day. This is more of a hotel that had lots of families. However, they had a great poolside! There were four pools with waterfalls and one had sand/a shore. My friends and I went to the jacuzzis at night. Some are hidden, some aren't. The ones that are hidden are cool but usually taken up pretty fast by couples wanting to be alone. The waitresses at the pool are plenty so you don't really have to try and find one. The food is a little pricey. The rooms are bigger than usual because, of course, it's all suites. They have a mall-type part of their casino--again, condusive to those with families. A good and cheesy show goes on in the casino every so often--get yourself some free beads! Overall, a nice stay.

The Disappointing Rio.

from tomcat33333
There must be better ways to visit Las Vegas than a stay at the Rio. I knew there was trouble when I went to check in and the clerk wanted to switch me to the MGM because the Rio was oversold. Fifteen minutes later, though, he could not confirm details at the MGMI walked what seemed like two miles htropugh a casino to get to my room from the front desk. The casino seems very poorly organized and is very smoky. The rooms are oversized but are suites only in that they have a small refrigerator and a pull-out sofa. If you have kids with you, consider this: They close the swimming pools at 5 p.m. I have no idea why, but it's a bad idea. My one experience in a restaurant on the property brought me an ordinary hamburger with what I think were frozen French fries for a pretty steep price. Rooms are not overly expensive. I paid $80 a night, but I have to believe you can find better for the same money or only a little more.

Rio leaves fab experience

from A TripAdvisor Member
Being that I am a teenager, I really enjoyed the high energy that The Rio has to offer. The shopping venue which features bead-throwing-floats (I think every hour) is oodles of fun to participate in. The pool area was O.K.; don't expect the waitresses to offer you a beverage if you look young...I know alchoholic drinks cost more, thus wanting more money. The rooms are lovely and lavish. Just don't THINK about opening the fridge filled with goodies--your parents will get pissed!

The Rio

from macwoody
The Rio has great rooms, great resturants, good buffets, nice pool area except the only music that was playing was "Hip Hop" and it was blasting. The slots are the tightest in town and the selection (variety) of slots were the worst. The Rio is a nice resort that is always jumping, however beware of the "Time Share Hawks"!

Rio 1/30/03 - 2/3/03

from A TripAdvisor Member
I just spent 4 nights at the Rio, my first time there. Here are some of my observations... The staff overall was very friendly and seemed eager to please. Check in/out was a breeze, It didn't take over 5 minutes. I booked through an online travel agent and because of that I think I was given a room in the old tower on a lower floor with a view of the roof and 2 queen beds instead of 1 king which they would not change. At least I had a non smoking room. The room was nice and clean, but I would not call it luxurious. There is no coffee in the room which I think sucks. There are in room movies, internet access, music, nintendo, and refreshments in the room, but all at a price. To me this seems to be a typical Harrah's property where they try and wring money out of you from the time you get there until you leave. We had dinner at the Voodoo cafe at the top of the Rio. It was pricey but the food was good and the view was incredible. We also ate at the buffet (over rated and over priced) and at the coffee shop which I thought was surprisingly good. A cheaper alternative for a good meal might be the Outback Steakhouse directly across the street. The Rio has a free shuttle to Harrah's on the Strip, but we usually ended up taking a taxi back and this got to be expensive. The time share vultures seemed to lurk around every corner and got to be very annoying by the end of our trip. They are not unique to the Rio though as it seems several casinos have them. All in all I'd say the Rio was a nice place and worth it if you get a room (they are NOT suites) at a discount price. I probably won't go back just because I'd rather stay on the strip.

t have been better

from A TripAdvisor Member
We stay here every time we are in Vegas. Love it! Great rooms at a great price. Plus, an atmosphere unmatched to any. Wide variety of entertainment. Once you enter there's no need to go elsewhere.

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late February and before March Madness is a great time to avoid crowds I noticed the crowds were exceptionally light in late February; after conferring with friends who live and work in the casinos, I learned that one of the relative quiet times is late-February, right before NCAA March Madness (basketball tournament) begins and people come in for the Sports Books.

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  • Address: 3700 West Flamingo Road - Las Vegas - Nevada - 89103 - United States
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