Table limits start around $15 during the week, but often rise to $25 on the weekends; pits of table games are spread out across 135,000 square feet, and with rows and rows of slot machines, the casino floor is sprawling. The high-limit area is one of the fanciest big-stakes parlors on the Strip, but it offers little other than baccarat; in the Lotus Room, gamblers can play Pai Gow and other Asian games while sipping tea. Toward the entrance to Delano Las Vegas (that hotel formerly known as THEhotel), the sports book has high ceilings but a noticeable dearth of seats. The poker room occupies a corner of the sports book with great views of the big screens (and free lessons Monday–Thursday at 2 pm). For those who wish to gamble in bathing suits, check out the Beachside Casino, which offers three stories of open-air gaming that overlooks the Beach.