Excitement reigns not only on the casino floor, but above it as well. High-flying circus acts from around the world perform ... More
Circus Circus Hotel Casino
Excitement reigns not only on the casino floor, but above it as well. High-flying circus acts from around the world perform their amazing feats to the delight of the spectators daily from 11:15am-midnight. Non-stop gaming action includes 83 table games and more than 1,600 of the latest slot machines. Art Gecko's Southwest Grill is one of several eateries to tempt your appetite. A skywalk connecting this hotel with the Silver Legacy and Eldorado casinos makes it fun and easy to see other attractions. The spacious accommodations reflect a European circus theme reminiscent of the early 1900s.
I didn't stay at the hotel but I went to the casino. I'd always heard about Circus Circus and wanted to see it for myself. WHAT A DISAPPOINTMENT! The merry-go-round of slot machines wasn't turning, the place was dirty, and there were no acrobats overhead like there was supposed to be. I stayed about 30 minutes and went to Slots of Fun where I won $600 not 10 minutes after I walked in the door.
My husband and I were a bit nervous before we arrived but, the hotel was very nice and the rooms were simple but comfortable. Buffet was tasty unfortunately no sushi or crab legs like you may expect. AdventureDome was fun. We strongly reccomend the advanced check in.
Downside would be contantly being approached by Tahiti Village timeshare people.
I loved Circus Circus, It was amazing, the people are friendly and theres tons to do, but I must say when it came to the rooms, it was sad... I will have to say it was the worst matress I had ever lept on in my entire life, I had springs digging into my back all night. Def was not a good morning after sleeping on the beds. I had to put my bed spread underneath me to try and atempt to make it alittle more relaxing, didnt work to well. All in all Circus Circuse is a great and freindly place to stay, they just really need to do some updating on there rooms. Oh and the Slots of Fun, is absolutly AMAZING!!! I recomend if you dont stay there, at least check the place out on your visit, its great!
Without a doubt this was the worst looking and cheapest looking hotel on the strip it is also located in the rundown area of the strip. I notice after the Wynn the strip looks seadier as it goes along. The only reason i went in was for the free circus show but that was a dispointment there is only one act every 45 minutes so you have to either wait a long ass time to see the complete show or come back every 45 minutes or so.
when we book hotel&flight thinking coming to enjoy they put the owe tower were the rooms had not been redone broken shower room very dirty very bad odor carpet had bad smell hallway very smelly old beds;then call down 2 office next morn to be transfer to another room the got transfer to the so call side that had been remolded in that room the plumbing was totally messy flush toilet and water shoots out from behide the toilet just a very bad exp.with your hotel the hold trip was totally a bad so call vaction will never recomend anyone to stay at your hotel
I must say there was not much I liked at this hotel. I'm not a gambler so I basically went for the sight-seeing experience. I was locked out of my room not once, but twice (two different rooms). The first room I was locked out by security. * I had no knowledge of this, no once consulted me about it. Then they moved us to an "upgraded" room. The walk to any of the rooms is at least a half a mile, so to get to the other side of the original room to the upgraded room, took more than 1/2 hour. It was horrible horrible. Then the "upgraded room", well again locked out. The food, well I really wouldn't recommend it. It's bland, non tasty.......... the only restaurant I didn't try at this hotel was the "steak house". The buffet, very limited choice, Mexi-talia....... LOL..... what was that?
Since I am from Las Vegas, and we have the Best Circus Circus Hotel, Casino, and Theme Park; when I went to the one in Reno, it just wasnt the same. Nice Arcade and a great place to take the family, if you want to visit a real Circus Circus, go to the one in Las Vegas. Trust me!!!
The rooms were horrid,the elevators were scary i thought they were going to break down, the service was poor, whining screaming kids go figure cause vegas aint a place for kids, overpriced bar, dirty hallways, creepy clowns, overpriced giftstands and annoying people that try to stop you everytime you walk by and boring rundown casino inside but the hotel price was good and pizza there was great!!!!
This local favorite is one of the smaller casinos in town, but it is definitely big on Nevada style fun.
The busy gaming area features all the action you would expect such as Keno, slots and blackjack. When you ...