The hotel at the "Big Top" has renovated all of its rooms since 2009, giving some much-needed T.L.C. to some of the oldest rooms on the Strip (the resort opened in 1968). Other accommodations on property range from luxury (in the Skyrise Tower, which includes its own casino) to campsites—the KOA Circusland RV park is the only one of its kind on the Strip. In the casino, gaming is nothing if not affordable; in addition to rock-bottom table limits (blackjack as low as $2 a hand!), dealers offer complimentary lessons in blackjack, roulette, and craps. Still, the biggest draw at this hulking resort is the Adventuredome Theme Park, Nevada's largest, featuring more than 25 rides. The Midway Stage—all 120,000 square feet of it—holds a world record as the world's largest permanent circus.
Sep 24, 2012
This was our first time staying in Vegas, so we weren't sure where to book a room. We wanted 2 rooms for 4 people at the most affordable place we could find since we were driving across the country. Our rooms were so big, almost the size of my 3-bedroom flat in San Francisco! Unfortunately, we were very far away from anything else happening on the Strip. We ended up walking for a very long time to other destinations. Price-wise, we would stay here
again if we needed a place to crash for the night. However, if you're looking to be close to all the action in Vegas, stay elsewhere.