Inspired by Monaco's playground - in both its architecture and activities - the Monte Carlo Las Vegas captures the elegance, excitement and romance of the famous city upon which it was based. With a few American twists, of course.
Whether you travel to the south of France or the middle of the Mojave Desert, both adult playgrounds are known for gambling and glamour. And like Monte Carlo, the action at Monte Carlo Las Vegas commences in the European-style casino, where you'll find baccarat and poker rooms, the race & sports book, 2,000 slot and video poker machines, and 74 table games, including a high-limit gaming area.
Stroll down the hotel's Street of Dreams, and you'll find a selection of such unique boutiques as Elton's, featuring designer clothing for him; contemporary fashions for her at Indulge and exquisite designer eyewear at Lunettes.
The Spa at Monte Carlo Las Vegas pampers guests in its newly renovated facility with a variety of massages, facials, body scrubs, body wraps and heliotherapy. The 3,002 guest rooms also underwent a facelift and now feature high-speed Internet access, large-screen TVs and contemporary décor. The Monaco, Spa and Diamond Suites were upgraded with full baths with spas, wet bars, wet saunas, and - for the really indulgent - remote control lighting and window coverings.
But only in Vegas can you see master magician Lance Burton fly off stage in his white Corvette. And only in Vegas can you dine at the award-winning Andre's French restaurant, the Strip's equivalent of the city's oldest French restaurant downtown. And, yes, only in Vegas can you throw back a mug of High Roller Red or Silver State Stout in the Monte Carlo Pub & Brewery, one of the largest microbreweries in the nation.