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Las Vegas Casino Listings Directory

Las Vegas Casino Listings Directory

Las Vegas Casino Listings Directory

If you’re of tired of searching website after website trying to obtain information on fabulous Las Vegas, then you have come to the right place. The Las Vegas Casino Listings Directory is the only web stop you will ever need to find the Las Vegas Casino and Hotel of your choice.

The Las Vegas Casino Listings Directory is broken down is in an easy to understand way.

Many people coming to Las Vegas are just familiar with the term the “The Strip”.  Although the strip is certainly the focal point for many who visit, there are so many other casinos in nearby areas that are worth a visit

The Las Vegas Casino Listings Directory makes it easy for you to choose  what area you want to say at or play at.

It’s as easy as selecting what area you want information on.  Feel free to browse all the sections.  Here’s a quick guide to the locations.

Las Vegas Strip

The fabulous Las Vegas Strip is still the heart of all the best action and is located directly on Las Vegas Blvd.  We’ve included a few select casinos in the Las Vegas Casino Listings Directory that are not directly on the strip, such as The Palms, The Rio and The Gold Coast Hotel & Casino . These casinos are located very, very close by and are considered by many to be part of “The Strip”

The strip, as we locals call it, runs north south. A word of caution – so many people think that many of the casinos look so close and they decide to “hoof” it.  The casinos can be a lot further apart than they seem unless you are on the central strip.

Also with a lot of the walkways, although convenient, you will find that the walk is even further since they usually take you up and around and then down back to the street.

If you do plan of spending time walking on the strip, wear sunscreen, comfortable shoes and bring water with you.

And I don’t want to gross you out but NEVER buy water from anyone selling it on the street.  Never!

Many times, people that need money will collect USED empty water bottles and fill it with tap water from one of the casino bathrooms or a hose or who knows where and sell it to you.  A definite health hazard.  Bring your own or buy it in a reputable store.

Downtown Las Vegas

The downtown Las Vegas casinos listed in the Las Vegas Casino Listings Directory are located further north on Las Vegas Blvd beginning with the Stratosphere Hotel and Casino which is considered to be the beginning of the downtown area and continuing to the heart of downtown at the Fremont Street Experience.

The main downtown casinos are located west on Fremont street.  East Fremont Street has recently been renovated so if yo haven’t been there in a while it’s worth another look. There is a farmers market,  numerous nightclubs and the old standby, The El Cortez.

Downtown Las Vegas is also known for the arts and entertainment district as well as providing a good value for vacationers with affordable room rates and meals.

The Fremont St experience is something definitely worth experiencing even if you are not staying downtown.

Boulder Strip

Boulder Highway is located east of the Las Vegas strip and runs north south.

The Boulder Strip is home to a number of Casinos that primarily attract a “locals” base.  These casinos feature a large amount of Video Poker machines, which the locals love and also provide affordable hotel rooms.

The Nevada Gaming Commission has expanded the definition of the Boulder Strip so that includes not just the Boulder Hwy area, but all of the casinos in the city of Henderson.

Once you get into the Henderson and Green Valley area, there are some luxury casinos that are comparable in the total experience they provide to the Las Vegas strip.

East Las Vegas

The East Las Vegas casino listed in the Las Vegas Casino Listings Directory feature the hotels and casinos that are located east of the Las Vegas Strip.

Some such as the Westin are located only a few blocks away and others such as the LVH are a bit further.

West Las Vegas

West Las Vegas spans a good distance and includes close to the strip smaller casinos such as the Wild Wild West. Although they are fairly close to the strip, it may be hard to walk for some.

To the northwest, you will find Red Rock Casino which has  fantastic buffet that is comparable to most buffets on the strip at far less cost.

North Las Vegas

North Las Vegas which is frequented by more locals than tourists,  is home to a number of casinos  from the legendary Jerry’s Nugget which offers delicious affordable dining and is located far North on Las Vegas Blvd to smaller neighborhood casinos as well as casinos from the major chains.

North Las Vegas can be a bit “rough” so you should make sure you know where you are going and stay off of the side streets.

You’ve been warned!

South Las Vegas

The casinos listed in the South Las Vegas section are casinos that are far south on the Las Vegas Strip including the fairly new M Resort.  Unless you’re an avid hiker, you will need to get there by car or public transportation.

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