Located only a few blocks from the Las Vegas strip, this property has won numerous awards from locals in the "Best of Las Vegas" poll. The spacious suites are comprised of one large room with sofa, chairs, refrigerator and bed. The floor-to-ceiling windows give you an unobstructed view of the city lights. The... More
Rio All-Suites Hotel & Casino
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Located only a few blocks from the Las Vegas strip, this property has won numerous awards from locals in the "Best of Las Vegas" poll. The spacious suites are comprised of one large room with sofa, chairs, refrigerator and bed. The floor-to-ceiling windows give you an unobstructed view of the city lights. The 120,000-square-foot gaming area offers all table and slot activities in a festive carnival atmosphere. Fifteen fine eateries include Buzio's Seafood and Gaylord India Restaurant.
Be very careful when selecting the Rio. Rooms are not up to snuff--dirty, missing items like pillows, towels and soap, phones that don't work. Beds are uncomfortable. Then the various departments have a noticable lack of desire to solve the problems....The room phone never got fixed by maintenance--no one came while we were there for 2 days. We were told we could only get two pillows, not 4. We had to get soap from a maid in the hall. The gym has limited hours 6am to 12am which might be understandable except they charge $22.00 per day!! What's with that?! Hotel managers have no will or power to solve problems, and there is a lot of, "Sorry, but that's the policy."
HS Internet is $9.95 for 24 hours was good, but why the extra charge?
Too bad. This hotel was great when it first opened. Spacious rooms, fun atmosphere, nice staff. Somethings going on at parent company Harrah's I suspect. I will not return agains unless or until there are reports of dramtic overhaul. Waaay too many properties in LV to enjoy w/o going to this dive.
The practice to charge for every little extra is hurting these properties. Where's the extra to gamble with? Increasingly difficult to earn "comps". All the while, the corporate culture seem to cater only to the "7 Diamonds" or "Whales". But how many of those are there? The awful customer service and property management means these bloated hotels have gone too far. Time to re-think your business model Rio.....and Harrah's.
This hotel caters to the young and the young at heart. Sometimes the music in the casino may get a little too loud but for the most part, I enjoyed the lively atmostphere. I stayed in the old tower and had no complaints. The room was clean and spacious. I had a coffee maker in the room. My only complaint was that the cleaning staff comes before 9:00 AM or after 4:00 PM. Also, being off the strip is both a plus and a minus. I plan to stay at the Rio again.
I loved it there it was so nice. My boyfriend and i went there right after valentines the 16-19 of 2005 the rooms were very big and roomy the bath room area i loved.
We also had the view of the strip whch was great the staff was wonderful the called us asked id wanted to stay a extra night and we did because it was that much fun. the clubs were nice people everywhere just polite..I WILL LOVE TO STAY AGAIN...GOOD JOB GUYS
treated great. all american grill best place to eat. this was my first time their and i am going back. other places host play games trying to squeze more play out of you.
it is loud and crowded. lots of action. did hate to beg for drink coupons at sport book while betting $100. to $500. a game
i like the fact that the rio is away from the strip. it stands so tall and majestic just an array of total beauty needing not to prove a point standing as though saying here i am,why stay anywhere else when you can stay in the BEST, the RIO!!