Conveniently located just a block off-Strip and across the street from the Las Vegas convention center, the Las Vegas Hotel and Casino have been completely redesigned in the past few years, and boy does it ever show. Their sprawling casino boasts over 95,000 square feet of betting area, while their Sports/Race Book is the world’s biggest with over 30,000 square feet of betting action. Great service, perks and off-Strip prices make the LVH an appealing destination.
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While the Las Vegas Hotel and Casino have spent a lot of effort making their rooms and restaurants worthy of their neighbors, it’s in their Casino and Sportsbook that the LVH truly shines. Combining for over 125,000 square feet of heart-pounding, money-making excitement, you have to see it to believe it:
If other casinos offer a Sports Book, the LVH offers a Sports-library. The world’s largest betting Sports Book is quite simply, huge. Over 30,000 square feet, 350 stadium-style seats, the Ultimate Man Cave and 28 giant screens – as well as the “mother of them all” a 15’ x 20’ mega-screen – will keep you entertained all day. The LVH Superbook features events year-round and the largest wagering menu in the state of Nevada!
Located smack-dab on the casino floor, things are decidedly up-tempo at the Tempo lounge, where every night the entertainment after-party takes place. Seriously sexy bartenders and servers who like to put on a show keep the good times rolling, combined with live shows and special events, the Tempo lounge is a must-see at the LVH.
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