Las Vegas, Nevada 89103
Harrah's Entertainment, Inc. [HET]
A Little About Rio
Strap on your carnival mask and get ready to party the night away. The Brazilian-themed Rio caters to one of the youngest and hippest (some would say Euro-trashiest and most obnoxious) crowds in town. The Rio is one of only two hotels in Las Vegas where all of the rooms are suites. The minimum size is 600 square feet, and all rooms feature sitting areas, refrigerators, coffee makers, and floor-to-ceiling windows for excellent views. The casino is 120,000 square feet in size and features table games, slots, and video machines. The race and sports book is adequate, but not really the featured action due to the young crowd.
If you have $40 to $50 per person to spend on dinner, be sure to make reservations for the Voodoo Cafe. It is located at the top of the main tower along with the Voodoo Lounge, and features decent Cajun food. The view of the Strip from the outdoor patio is magnificient. If you're going to spend some time in the casino, be sure to look up occasionally. While it may be hard to take your eyes off of the gorgeous cocktail waitresses and their skimpy outfits, the Masquerade Show in the Sky is well worth it. The show features performers on fantasy-themed floats suspended from the ceiling. Club Rio is one of the biggest meat markets in the city and gives half-price admission to the ladies to keep the numbers even.
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