Circus Circus Hotel Information
Rooms: 3,774, including 135 suites.
Floors: West Tower: 35 stories, Casino Tower: 15 stories, Skyrise Tower: 29 stories.
Casino: 107,500 square feet of gaming.
Casino features more than 40 tables of table games, including Blackjack, Caribbean Stud Poker, Craps, Keno, Let It Ride, Pai Gow Poker, Poker, Roulette and Casino War; more than 1,400 slot/video poker machines.
Poker room: No.
Race & sports book: 80-seat facility with 68 televisions and 18 big screens.
Dining: Nine restaurants.
Attractions: Various circus and carnival attractions in the casino plus the amusement park at Adventuredome.
Shows: No.
Other entertainment: Free circus acts daily 11 a.m. - 12 a.m.; live music performed at Vince Neil's Eat Drink Party.
Clubs: No.
Other nightlife: Seven casino bars.
Shopping: 40,000-square-foot shopping promenade with 20 retail outlets.
Pool: Three pools — one in the RV Park and two at the Skyrise Tower — and three hot tubs.
Spa: No, but there is a beauty salon.
Health club: Yes.
Wedding chapel: The Chapel of the Fountain offers various ceremony packages.
Convention rooms: Banquet and meeting space for up to 800 people.
Business center: Yes.
Internet: In-room wireless access provided with resort fee.
RV park: The only RV park on the Strip. Circus Circus offers 399 spaces with full-service utility hook-ups. Within the RV park's grounds guests have access to a 24-hour convenience store, arcade, laundromat, playground, pet runs and disposal stations.
Pets allowed: In the RV park only.
Wheelchair accessible rooms: Yes.
Room service: Yes.
Parking: Three self-parking decks located off Circus Circus Drive; valet available at main entrance.
Incidental Deposit: $25 per night.
Hotel amenities: Beauty salon, currency exchange, laundry service, luggage service, maid service, safety deposit box, valet parking, video check-out, wake-up call.
About Circus Circus: From the Adventuredome's wild rides to wildly low room rates and wild times in three Las Vegas casinos, Circus Circus has plenty of excitement in store for Las Vegas visitors. The hotel boasts welcoming accommodations in more than 3,700 guest rooms and suites, the only RV Park on the Las Vegas Strip, dining options galore, thrilling casino games and much more. The Circus Circus was originally opened in 1968 with a family-friendly carnivalesque theme.