Which casino’s should I go to?

Which casino’s should I go to?
22nd March 2021 Elizabeth Percy

Binion’s Gambling Hall and Hotel (historically, Binion’s Horseshoe) 

Since 1951, Binion’s has been making Las Vegas history on the famous Fremont Street. The founder pioneered Las Vegas-style customer service with cosy carpets and air conditioning for the comfort of his players. He was also the first casino owner to provide transportation to and from the airport. The single venue grew into the hall and hotel it is today, due to its popularity and significance: playing host to the World Series of Poker on a number of occasions. As times have changed so has Binion’s, the latest addition is a spinning open-air bar! For an authentic casino experience, with all the food, drink and atmosphere you’d expect, come here!

Caesars Palace

One of the most famous casinos in the world, you can’t go wrong with Caesars Palace. This is a must-see resort and chances are you’ll recognise it from every semi-modern film and tv show that features the city. Visit the beautiful roman architecture and the breath-taking fountain. Book tickets and see a world-class act in The Colosseum. There is also the famous restaurant MR CHOW Las Vegas and an extensive shopping section. It’s a whole experience in and of itself and you need not even leave the building.


(When gambling, please be sensible. Bring designated betting money and only gamble with an amount that you would be willing to lose.)