8 Incredible Casino Resorts You Won’t Find in Vegas

The Mirage, offers classic Vegas without the glitz. Its AAA Four Diamond classification, 3,044 rooms, and 100,000 square feet of gaming space, including a famed poker room, make it popular.

The Mirage

Inspired by Bellagio, Italy, this premium hotel is elegant and sophisticated. With 116,000 square feet of gaming space, it has a large poker room and many table games and slots.

The Bellagio

A tranquil getaway from the Vegas Strip, this 5-star resort is near Red Rock Canyon. It has 2,700 slot machines, 20 poker tables, and 16 blackjack tables for a more personal gambling experience.

Red Rock Casino Resort

Encore, next to Wynn Las Vegas, offers luxury and relaxation. Its 263,000 square feet gaming space includes a luxurious 28-table poker room and several slots.

Encore at Wynn

The Golden Nugget, a downtown Las Vegas landmark since 1946, has vintage elegance and modern conveniences. The 38,000-square-foot casino has a famous poker room and table games.

The Golden Nugget

As the world's second-largest hotel, The Palazzo and The Venetian represent Italian Renaissance luxury. Palazzo's 105,000 square feet of gaming space has poker tournaments and slots.

The Palazzo at The Venetian

To the south of the Strip is Mandalay Bay, a tropical resort with 135,000 square feet of gaming space. Mandalay Beach has a lazy river, Shark Reef Aquarium, and poker events that offer good odds.

Mandalay Bay

Green Valley Ranch in suburban Henderson offers a quieter Strip alternative. Over 2,500 slots, video poker, a sportsbook, and table games are in its casino.

Green Valley Ranch Resort