Flamingo Casino Resort
There are some casinos in Las Vegas that have been in business for years, and one that has stood the test of time but one that has had a change of ownership several times is the Flamingo Casino, which is another property that Matt Bridger has visited recently.
The Flamingo Casino opened in a blaze of glory back on the 26th of December 1946 and has been going strong ever since, and no visit the Vegas would be complete without a visit to its gaming floor which is quite a sight to behold.
In the above video which is one of many casino walkthrough videos that we have loaded up onto this website you will see Matt taking a wander around the gaming floor and pointing out venues inside the property that are worth visiting yourself, and thanks to its art deco fixtures and fittings it is still very unique and retro looking.
You can stay at the hotel attached to the casino, and the room rates are not expensive as some nearby casino resorts, so it is an ideal venue for anybody who does want to stay on the heart of the Strip but is ever conscious of the cost of doing so.
The gaming floor is huge measuring some 72,299 feet and if you are a slot player then you are going to be spoiled for choice as there are a huge range of slot games, including low rolling penny slots and a set aside high rollers lounge too.
It is a casino resort that has undergone many major renovations and refurbishments over the year, so do not be put off visiting or even staying there even though it is by anyone’s standards a very old property.