Across the street from Caesars Palace, this neon-lit, art deco-style casino hotel opened in 1946, and is the oldest resort on the Strip still in operation.
Stylish, modern rooms have vintage Vegas artwork and flamingo-pink accents and come with flat-screen TVs and WiFi. Upgrades include iPhone docks, whirlpool tubs, and Strip views.
A resort fee is charged. Perks include a Caribbean-themed casino, a wildlife habitat with live flamingos, a 15-acre pool area, a pool club, a gym, a spa, and several bar and restaurant options.