Hooters Casino Hotel is exactly what you would imagine a casino-hotel would be if it were run by the people who owned the sports bar-restaurant known for its women in orange hot pants.
YOU SHOULD KNOW Not all the employees are Hooters Girls, but the property does boast about having the largest concentration of them: more than 200.
While the casino embraces the orange of its short-shorts, the rooms opt for less aggressive color choices. Instead, they embrace cool grays. At 350-square-feet the rooms aren’t spacious, but a large window and bright color choices keep the room feeling airy.
Wood paneling and neon lights let you know this resort isn’t at all about luxury or opulence. It’s casual and unintimidating.
If sports bars can be a category of bar, then “sports pools” should be a category of pools. There is a swimming pool, but equally as important is the giant video wall broadcasting games, beer pong, foosball, giant Jenga and energetic events.
There are a few machines and free weights, but the gym is cramped and unlikely to impress.
Hooters Casino Hotel has a Hooters restaurant, obviously. The casual restaurant known for its wings and iconic girls is open 24/7 and even serves breakfast.
YOU SHOULD KNOW You won’t find any fine dining on site. Other food options include Shake Shack and Pizza Hut.
Located half a block away from Las Vegas Boulevard, Hooters Casino Resort is an easy walk for the able-bodied or a short trip via ride-share or taxis (both of which are readily available in the city).
For good food, you'll want to head to the Las Vegas Strip. MGM Grand is nearby and a good place to start. Then, just continue looking north for more options.
Las Vegas allows you pick your poison and pick your own setting. Pick any of the Strip properties and you'll find a place to drink.
WHY WE LIKE IT
Hooters Casino Hotel is unpretentious and casual in all aspects, and rooms have a price tag to match. If you aren’t turned off by the theme, you will be into the resort.