A huge indoor theme park, circus acts and a handful of restaurants – this place is a great family-friendly pick in Vegas.
Built almost 50 years ago, Circus Circus was one of the first hotels in the area. And it’s become something of a Vegas institution. Circus acts, rock climbing and rollercoaster rides are all on the cards.
Families are big fans of this hotel, thanks to the amusement park, live performances and casual restaurants. Plus, it’s at the quieter, northern end of the strip, so you’re a 10-minute cab ride from the very centre of the action.
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Free circus shows
A number of high-flying circus performances are put on daily at Carnival Midway's centre stage. Expect to see the likes of jugglers, trapeze artists and unicyclists taking to the stage.
THE Steak House
THE Steak House is well known in Vegas. And for good reason - it's been winning awards for over 20 years now. Alongside mesquite-grilled steaks, you'll also find the likes of prime ribs, lobster and crab legs on the menu.
3 outdoor pools
This place has three pools to pick from - one for each area of the hotel. They all come complete with loungers and hot tubs, plus there's poolside bars for snacks and cocktails, too.
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casino tower double room
manor motor lodge annex double room
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My husband and I went to circus circus for the big super bowl party we had a blast the rooms were real nice everybody was friendly and kind but the food there was not so good. but we jut went else where to eat.More
Circus circus 7 night stay Feb 2017
Based on reviews, I wasn't expecting much as I got flights and hotel from uk for Â£650. On arrival I found the staff to be very friendly and helpful. I was upgraded to west tower room for $30 for the week. Room was spacious if a little tired, but extremely good value. Was some noise from planes but this didn't bother me and only mentioned it in case anyone wouldn't stay because of it. Other worry was that it was difficult to get to and from circus circus, which is absolute rubbish. A deuce bus stops outside slots of fun on way to strip (which is right next to circus circus). On return journey it stops at riveria, just across from circus circus. Only downside for me was that there was no poker on site but played at Treasure Island mainly (will review separately as my favourite place to play). To summarise, a very pleasant stay if you are on a budget or even if you aren't. If money is no object the Palazzo (stayed in July '16 courtesy of Sky poker) is very good. Other bonus with staying at circus circus is that it is a mgm resort and is useful if using my Vegas rewards at other mom properties (Excalibur, Mandalay Bay , Monte Carlo etc)More
James Y, 227059
Fun for all!
Went to see a circus act and play some slots, Old fashion quarter slots seem to pay out over here. Had fun listening to the bells go off when we hit. Nice arcade for the kids plus circus acts. Going here is free, staff is very nice. worth the trip down near Fremont street with plenty to do.More
Family time Circus Circus
We took our 15 year old daughter, so it was nice to be at the end of the strip. I didn't like how the casino's were separated. The room was nice and breakfast/bunch was really good. I felt like the casino was missing some newer machines.More
Don't waste your time
Friends of ten year old niece liked the 'rides' so we went there. Was definitely not worth the time to get here. Hotel is dirty, run down, and we got lost several times trying to 'get out'. Some employees knew how to give directions, some didn't. Pedestrian outside the hotel got hit by a limousine.More
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