Originally opened on January 15, 1990, the Rio All Suite Hotel & Casino is situated on West Flamingo Road, Las Vegas, just off Interstate 15 and five minutes’ drive from the Las Vegas Strip. As the name suggests, all of the 2,520 guest rooms at the Rio All Suite Hotel & Casino are spacious suites with floor-to-ceiling windows, offering unparalleled views of the Las Vegas Valley. Again, as the name suggests, the property has a Brazilian theme, reminiscent of the Rio de Janeiro Carnival, but, while bright and colourful, it is not overwhelming.
The massive, Mardi Gras themed casino floor, which covers in excess of 100,000 square feet, offers all the popular Las Vegas table games and 1,200 of the latest slot and video poker machines. Elsewhere, a keno lounge operates 24/7 and a race and sports book caters for sports bettors seven days a week. Until 2022, the Rio All Suite Hotel & Casino was home to the World Series of Poker. The prestigious tournament subsequently moved to Bally’s and Paris Las Vegas but, even so, the Rio poker room is non-smoking and has 14 tables offering cash games to all stakes 24 hours a day, as well as a daily schedule of guaranteed tournaments.
World-class gaming aside, the Rio All Suite Hotel & Casino offers all the amenities you might expect to find in a Las Vegas hotel, on or off the Strip. Dining options abound, with a choice of nine on-site restaurants, while patrons seeking relaxation can take advantage of four pools – one of which has its own, albeit faux sand, beach – an on-site spa offering various treatments and a fitness centre.