Rio All-Suite Hotel & Casino

Rio All-Suite Hotel & Casino

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3700 W Flamingo Rd, Las Vegas, NV 89103
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Situated near the airport, this Las Vegas hotel is also close to Sands Expo Convention Center and Thomas and Mack Center. Another nearby attraction is Fashion Show Mall.

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All Suite Hotel & Casino include a restaurant and a bar/lounge. Room service is available 24 hours a day. Recreational amenities include a children's pool, a spa tub, a sauna, a fitness facility, and a steam room. Spa amenities include beauty services and a hair salon. This 4.0 star property has a business center and offers small meeting rooms, a technology helpdesk, and limo/town car service. High speed Internet access is available in public areas. This Las Vegas property has event space consisting of banquet facilities, conference/meeting rooms, a ballroom, and exhibit space. Business services and wedding services are available. Guest parking is complimentary. Additional property amenities include a casino, a swim up bar, and a poolside bar.

There are 2,526 guestrooms at Rio All Suite Hotel & Casino. Refrigerators and minibars are offered. Bathrooms feature shower/tub combinations, complimentary toiletries, and hair dryers. In addition to in room safes (accommodate laptops), guestrooms offer multi line phones with voice mail. Televisions have video game consoles and pay movies. Air conditioned rooms also include separate sitting areas, desks, blackout drapes/curtains, and electronic check out. Guests may request hypo allergenic bedding and wake up calls. Housekeeping is available. Cribs (infant beds) and rollaway beds are available on request.

Notifications and Fees:

The following fees and deposits are charged by the property at time of service, check in, or check out.

  • Deposit: US$ 100 per stay

The above list may not be comprehensive. Fees and deposits may not include tax and are subject to change.


Fitness Center
Spa Services
Internet Access
Free Parking
Laundry Services
Meeting Rooms
Business Center
Air conditioning
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Crest Hill

Great place to stay but the Legionaries disease outbreak a few days ago was scary.

Pro 2018
Yorba Linda

Convention time.
Twice a year I go to a Safety Convention run by our insurance company. Our group has grown steadily. 10 years ago we were the 7th company to join, today there are 200 companies. Being so big, we need a big place. This years venue the Rio Hotel in Las Vegas, Nevada.

It's a big hotel, able to accommodate a group like ours (about 150 participants). Our group was the small one. Another group had over 1,000 participants. Yikes.

The Room:
800 sq ft in area. The beds were comfortable. Bathroom was clean. Living area had a sofa and a work desk. Flat screen TV, mini bar, refrigerator, safe, hair dryer, iron & ironing board were the amenities they had in the room. All in all, a nice place to relax after a long day of work.

The Convention:
Big rooms to accommodate us.
We had breakfast and lunch catered by the hotel. The food was good, but nothing special.
It is a long long walk to get to the convention area from the hotel.

The Restaurants
The Rio has quite a few of them.
They have 2 buffets. The famous Carnival buffet and the Seafood buffet. I've tried both and they are both very good.

Martorano's is an Italian restaurant. We had our group dinner here and food was great. It's served family style so it good for a group.

They also have a dim sum (KJ Chinese Dim Sum), Indian (Royal India Bistro), seafood (Buzios), breakfast (Hash House A Go Go) & steak (Voo Doo Steak House) restaurants inside the Rio.

The Casino
All the casino games you expect. They also have a sports book area to bet on games.

The Rio is off the Strip. They offer 2 free shuttles to their sister casinos on the Strip. One goes to Bally's and the other one goes to Harrah's. There is a return shuttle from both of those casino back to the Rio. It operates every half hour.

I really enjoyed my time here.
The convention space was huge.
The room are nice and clean.
The restaurant inside the hotel were a plenty.
The casino area was vibrant and fun.
A Las Vegas experience indeed.


The Rio hotel is just off the strip to handle both the visitors and locals. It has a theme around the Carnival. It has and the original buffet that have live action in where you see the chefs cook your food in front of you. Disability access and disability provided.

Pro 2018

I really liked this hotel, the suites are so spacious with a separate living room and kitchenette!!

Los Angeles

They don't have that many options for rooms, but what they do have is nice. The pools, buffets and Voo Doo night club is enough to make me stay here again.

Recommended for:Nightlife Lovers

My friends have gotten be accustomed to the finer things in life and thus the finer places in Vegas. We stayed here because the prices on the other rooms were absolutely outrageous the weekend we were planning on spending in Vegas.

I give the service at Rio 5 stars. We checked in at 4am in the morning the day we were supposed to check out. The associate helping us said we had already lost a day so she upgraded us to a huge suite secluded at the end of the hallway! We were only two small girls but it would have been a great meeting place for a large group to pre-party. The view was breathtaking.

The only reason I give it 4 stars is because the decor is completely outdated. I felt like I was living in the 80s for a short period of time. The floral curtains were complete with velvet gold chairs.

This place is affordable if you are on a budget, yet it's very clean and the service is amazing!


The rio is my favorite place to stay in Vegas. It's off the strip, so it's a lot less crowded, and I feel like I win more there too. They have a shuttle that will take you to the strip for free. The pool is great for families and young adults. Very friendly staff.

Local from Las Vegas

This is a pretty awesome hotel. All the rooms are suites which include fridge, mini bar, and lots of room. The casino is pretty nice and spacious, they also have a few shops and plenty of dining options. It's a little pricy but I would definitely recommend the seafood buffet, and don't forget to check out the Voo adult pool.


Compared to the average hotel room, this place is pretty cool. Floor to ceiling windows and the tv pulls out of the cabinet. Downstairs has tons of shops and attractions alongside the casino as well. Great place to stay in Vegas.

Recommended for:Hipsters

The Rio hotel is located just off the strip on Flamingo. If you don't want to drive to the strip, they have a shuttle that transports you to Harrahs. They offer so much right in their own hotel and casino. Everything from gift shops to Count's Custom Tattoos to two buffets. They also have the legendary Chippendales and a rooftop bar and so much more! The rooms are nice but they're mini bar has a sign that says they provide a mini fridge for personal items and there wasn't one. They provide a keurig coffee maker but charge you $9 a cup. However, they do have a Starbucks right downstairs to make up for it. Other than that, great place to stay and great deals!

New York City

The Rio Hotel and Casino is a decent hotel and is a cheaper alternative than most of the hotels on the Strip. Rio's one big draw is it's rooftop night club VooDoo.

Puerto Vallarta

Really enjoyed my stay! The rooms were extra large and it was a great deal! I just wish they had slightly more regular shuttles back and forth to the strip but I liked the the casino so much that we spent most nights staying in the hotel anyway.

Manhattan Beach

I like the Rio when not on business. I like the rooms, pool area (smaller and more intimate), the shows, etc. all right there.

Might not be the Palms or Hard Rock, but a great place all the same. Give those places some time ... they will fade and something else will pop up there.

San Marcos

I stayed here with my girlfriend and her friends, and was pretty surprised at how amazing this hotel is. The rooms are enormous - with flat screen TVs, giant floor-to-ceiling windows, and big cushy beds perfect to sink into. It was a little strange that the bathroom had a window into the main room, but that only makes for a fun game when you're with your buddies. The best part of this place, though, is the buffet...hands. down. I'm talking a seafood bar, a Mexican food bar, an Italian food bar, meats and potatoes, three kinds of mac and cheese, and a dessert bar almost as big as the rest of it....and that's not even all. I had to do some stomach stretching to take advantage of this smorgasbord, and still make it a goal when I come back to beat my record of three full plates.


The Rio was built as the first all-suites concept in Las Vegas. Other notable features of this hotel include the buffet, which used to be known as the best in the city, and a variety of shows through the years.

Huntington Beach

Good hotel just off of the strip in vegas. Its an enjoyable environment for playing, staying, and eating. Good buffet as well. Fun spot.

Local from Las Vegas

I am a big fan of this place. The rooms are quite large, and have floor to ceiling one-way windows! Not a bad view in the whole place. It is located off the strip, but since it is a Caesars property they offer a shuttle to the strip. They have a great pool, an enormous buffet (half off for locals). The Rio is a bit more expensive than the next door neighbor the Gold Coast but well worth it. This place is a must check out. Live it up, you are in Las Vegas for cryin’ out loud!

San Diego

I don't know why they call themselves an "all-suite" hotel, because our "suite" was simply a larger-than-normal room. There was no separation between the beds and the living area; it was simply a large room with a separate toilet and shower. That being said, the room was definitely nicer than a standard hotel room: there was an enormous closet and plenty of sink/counter space outside the toilet and shower room, the beds were sink-down-and-sigh-comfortable, the air-conditioning was a godsend in the Vegas heat, and the view of the Strip from the floor-to-ceiling windows (especially at night) was stunning. Plus, the Rio has the best buffet in Vegas, hands down, with counters of food so long you get lost between the salads and the desserts, and can sample the entire world's cuisines in one day. And in the middle of the night (say between 1-3am) the craps tables on the casino floor light up with the high rollers and better odds. All in all, I enjoyed the Rio and would definitely stay again - just don't expect a conventional suite.

San Luis Obispo

The Rio may look like a great deal from the outside, with spacious junior suites (really, just oversized rooms) that are cheaper than Strip hotels. Here's the catch: the rooms are older and haven't been renovated in recent memory. The restaurants and even the buffet are not that tasty. And the much-ballyhooed Voodoo Lounge is pretty lame, despite having sky-high views. The poker room is cut-throat cool, which is usually the reason why I make my way over here, unless there's an interesting show playing or DJ spinning inside the Latin / R&B nightclub The Crown.

Recommended for:Budget Travellers

Before I begin my review. My biggest regret is parking on the Chippendale side. Seeing half naked men was funny at first, but after staying 3 nights it was just disgusting. A lot of women are gonna laugh at me for this, but keep your fantasy's to yourself. I'm sure those posters are looking at me and only about 10% or less are looking at women :P. I'm not hating I know and respect Vegas, but I don't want see it when heading to my room its not very classy or tasteful.

Now that I have got that cheap feeling out of system and took a shower, time to REVIEW! Overall this hotel packs a lot of bang for your buck! It is not as fancy, new, luxuries as some of the multi-billion dollar resorts on the strip. If you are a bargain shopper and want a decent stay this place is definitely for you. I stayed 3 nights during the week for about $80 or $90. It wasn't too busy at all. I received a handful of coupons for buffets and various hotels. Rio is part of Total Rewards connect to about 7 hotels like Paris, Ceasers, Bally's to name a few. I didn't have a chance to try out the clubs, but the coupons last until the end of the year, so next time I can get my party on. No worries, you can still be a pimp with coupons just do a secret hand shake with the coupon and your girl will be impressed.

The room is definitely a roomy! The standard room came with a king or queen bed with a L couch, mini refrigerator, desk, and safe. Think of Venetian or other suite minus the luxury, but still having the size and amenities. The bathroom had tile and there is a make up chair and mirror outside of the bathroom. Perfectly designed for women ready to get their freak on later that night. One odd thing I noticed was a small window facing out of the bathroom that blended in with the bedroom mirror. If you look closely its not double sided and you can see in to the shower. At first I thought this was both kinky and perverted. Good thing I wasn't sharing the room with a large group of people. Later that evening, it made sense... I was getting ready for dinner and a looked out the window from the inside the bathroom. It turns out, I could still watch a movie from the window, because its the perfect angle to see the room. Or you can view to strip if you have your window blinds open. The view is awesome! I think that's what the Rio is know for. Great view of the strip. The room is so big I could easily play soccer or workout there. I noticed you can get some free workout videos on-demand. If you are on the bed and your friend is on the couch you may want to call her cell phone because there is a very large empty space. Maybe you can fill it with sleeping bags and college friends.

Cons: The hotel is a bit old and dusty at times. The central A/C helps with the air circulation. The TV is like a 25 or 30 inch standard old school TV. No LCD, flat screen, or HDTV... sad. You should not be there to watch TV. Limited TV line up with no TBS, TNT, or HBO to watch movies. Most hotels do provide a good line up of channels and at least MTV, so you can get your groove on when they aren't showing crappy reality TV shows. You have to actually swivel the TV toward the couch or bed for optimum viewing. Chippendale posters BOOOOO!

PROS: Buffets! Carnival World Buffet was voted THE BEST by Vegas locals. The Village Seafood Buffet is excellent, much better than normal buffet varieties. For more on both, see my other reviews.



Internet Access
  • WiFi (surcharge)
Dining & Drinks
  • Bar/lounge
  • Poolside bar
  • Nightclub
  • Swim-up bar
Fitness & Recreation
  • Concierge services
  • Rooftop terrace
  • Shopping on site
  • Pool sun loungers
  • Outdoor seasonal pool
  • Pool cabanas (surcharge)
  • Fitness facilities
  • Spa tub
  • Sauna
  • Spa services on site
  • Full-service spa
  • Steam room
  • Limo or Town Car service available
  • Free area shuttle
  • Free casino shuttle
  • Free self parking
  • Free valet parking
  • In-room accessibility
  • Accessible bathroom
Traveling with Children
  • No cribs (infant beds) available
  • Pets not allowed
  • Only service animals are allowed
Services & Conveniences
  • Hair salon
  • Dry cleaning/laundry service
  • Elevator/lift
  • Safe-deposit box at front desk
  • Multilingual staff
  • One meeting room
  • Business center
  • Meeting rooms
  • Wedding services
  • Conference space
  • Porter/bellhop
  • Gift shops or newsstand
  • ATM/banking
  • Conference center
  • Private bathroom
  • Free toiletries
  • Hair dryer
  • Hypo-allergenic bedding available
  • No rollaway/extra beds available
In-Room Dining
  • Room service (24 hours)
  • Refrigerator
Media & Technology
  • Phone
  • Television
  • Pay movies
  • Daily housekeeping
Other Room Amenities
  • Air conditioning
  • In-room climate control (air conditioning)
  • Blackout drapes/curtains
  • Separate sitting area
  • Connecting/adjoining rooms available
  • Iron/ironing board
  • Desk
  • In-room safe (laptop compatible)
Property Info
  • Total number of rooms -
  • Express check-out
  • Express check-in
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