Rio All-Suite Hotel & Casino Comprehensive Guide

Welcome to my ultimate guide to Rio All-Suite Hotel & Casino located on the Las Vegas Strip. As a professional journalist and casino enthusiast, I’ll take you through everything you need to know about this luxurious hotel and casino.

You’ll learn about the endless entertainment options, world-class gaming, culinary delights, spectacular shows, unparalleled nightlife, and relaxation and luxury Rio offers. 

Through this comprehensive guide, you’ll be able to immerse yourself in the unforgettable experience of the Rio All-Suite Hotel & Casino.

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  • Rio All-Suite Hotel & Casino is a luxury hotel and casino on the Las Vegas Strip.
  • Rio offers endless entertainment options, world-class gaming, culinary delights, spectacular shows, unparalleled nightlife, relaxation, and luxury.
  • This comprehensive guide will provide an in-depth look into the Rio experience.
  • Experience the best of Las Vegas at Rio All-Suite Hotel & Casino.
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Jessica BraatenJessica Braaten
06:26 07 Dec 23
Andrew HinningrAndrew Hinningr
05:42 07 Dec 23
Ang NoneyaAng Noneya
19:06 06 Dec 23
Glenna KamholzGlenna Kamholz
17:18 06 Dec 23
Rooms under renovation. Holes in walls covered by wall paper 😡 Paid for upgraded room and did not get it 😡 Moved to 3rd room to get ok one. Casino floor is empty and under machine changes. Nothing much open. $40 a day resort fee on top of room for nothing much. Sad as this place used to be nice. Stay next store at the Gold Coast or Palms instead.
Matthew GauleyMatthew Gauley
03:42 01 Dec 23
the executive suite was nice enough for the price, but construction starting at 5:30 AM? I won't be coming back when the next conference I go to is in town.edit: removed a star for turning the water off multiple times during my stay.
Courtney ChristinaCourtney Christina
01:50 01 Dec 23
22:45 30 Nov 23
Booked a one night stay 2 weeks ago, just before F1. Flew in late and just needed a night.It was incredibly strange that the hotel lights were all off on the outside looking like they were out of business. They said they're changing all the bulbs which is why the lights for the signs are not on at night.I had booked a king bed but they had ran out and given me two queens, no big deal. The rooms were really big and it looked like it was recently renovated.The wifi only worked in the lobby first floor. It did not work in the rooms. The TV did not connect at times and wouldn't load. But I still had to pay a resort fee or a fee for those services.Secondly, any one can go up to any floor without a key. The key card is not locked to just your room. Lock your room, make sure it's secured from the inside.It's a little far from the strip, so you either rent a car or take Lyft/Uber.For $100 a night, you pay for what you get.
Marcela CruzMarcela Cruz
21:26 30 Nov 23
Wonderful staff. Super helpful and fun to talk to. The rooms were nice and clean and quiet. The temperature was perfect inside the room.
Jing XuJing Xu
08:32 25 Nov 23
We paid good price and held high expectation of this hotel. It turned out to be a nightmare. We were checked into an outdated room in an extremely poor condition. We called the front desk and were told to come downstairs and they would switch an upgraded room for us. So we packed everything back and went to the front desk, only being told no more upgraded room available. The front desk manager Javier had zero professionalism to address issues but was very good at escalating frustration. He even threatened if we were not happy with the current room, we could get a refund and leave, right in the midnight. How can this whole experience acceptable if the hotel truly considers customer satisfaction? We are looking forward to speaking with Javier’s manager first thing tomorrow to hopefully resolve this unpleasant experience.
david harrisondavid harrison
06:17 25 Nov 23
Cool place off the strip. Watched the wow stage show which was awesome. A few decent food options that are fairly priced
Alison BurdgAlison Burdg
02:55 25 Nov 23
Anita BAnita B
00:04 25 Nov 23
Great stay for the money. Although, we paid for a strip view and got rooftop view and mountains. Spacious rooms. The phone didn't work. Upgraded but lots of smells. Assuming from new carpet and wallpaper. Had to move temp to nearly 80 to get room to warm up though. Otherwise, the room was freezing. The tile looks nice but very cold, and since it is in the changing and bathroom, it was freezing also. The fridge is good for a few drinks but not very cold.
wesley majorwesley major
22:13 24 Nov 23
Jordan GaydenJordan Gayden
09:35 19 Nov 23
I come to Vegas with only 120 in my account, and I came at a bad time because I cannot put cas in my account at this time of night.I booked a room online via hopper.I come to confirm my roomBut wait the proce online that you already pay doesn't get you a room because the hotel has 2 fees equaling $100.They won't take cash, you can't get a gift card to pay with.Hopper won't refund me without the hotel approval and the hotel won't approve my refund.Javier said its because I booked the hotel the same day and you need t cancel within 48 hours.Obviously this isn't that type of case, this is a I do t have the funds case. And now I have to sleep in the stall of the bathroom because I have nowhere to go and cash isn't good in Vegas anymore.It's such a shame that these companies work together to keep you down.Don't use 3rd party appsGo directly to who you want to Book with.If the staff aren't good caring ppl (hospitable) don't get a room there.Some ppl are soulless and feed off your suffering especially if ur a tourist.
David StrottmanDavid Strottman
08:13 19 Nov 23
In a rebuild after a new company bought it.
mara severnsmara severns
05:46 19 Nov 23
old motel but clean and big rooms one bed was worn out
Tom KushKushTom KushKush
03:50 19 Nov 23
Went there two weeks ago and almost half the casino machines were out of service! Plus both mornings at 8 o clock sharp the hammer drilling started!! Had to go to the Palms across the street to play! Don't go!
Andres caniulafAndres caniulaf
03:43 19 Nov 23
Daniel DinizDaniel Diniz
06:40 13 Nov 23
Mekia FarmerMekia Farmer
05:48 13 Nov 23
The staff was very helpful. The room we were given was upgraded for free, due to wanting a jacuzzi tub. The only problem was there was remodeling going on and at times it was noisy or the water was turned off without notice. The room was in need of repairs. Otherwise it was a decent stay.
Michelle DennieMichelle Dennie
03:35 13 Nov 23
Javier Mejia ReynosoJavier Mejia Reynoso
00:10 13 Nov 23
There are better hotels and for the price better one on the strip
Brian MontgomeryBrian Montgomery
23:44 12 Nov 23
Rooms are dated but huge, the price is great, and the service is perfection. Valet is free everyone is polite and I got way more value than I was expecting.
07:26 07 Nov 23
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Anna WebbAnna Webb
06:58 07 Nov 23
We spent the weekend here and the room is large and beautiful. It’s not on the strip but it’s close by. They have a wide variety of nice restaurants, including Starbucks and Smashburger. I recommend this location for those who want to stay without being in the heavy tourism of the strip. Please be advised that the pool is closed for remodeling. Unfortunately, the best pool in Las Vegas is closed for the season.
04:57 07 Nov 23
All fine
Jesse GarciaJesse Garcia
03:35 07 Nov 23
Stayed here many times, this last time was woken up early to construction in the adjacent rooms. It was very frustrating after staying out partying. Complained, but it didn't stop. The hotel did reimburse me $50. I would think it would have been more of during the week task, not a more expensiveduring the weekend, activity.
C. Elena CabreraC. Elena Cabrera
03:26 07 Nov 23
Caramel CandieCaramel Candie
07:59 01 Nov 23
Buyer beware! When booking the resort, it does not disclose their resort fees, although all other Vegas resorts disclose this information prior to booking. The manager on duty, Javiey, was extremely rude and unhelpful, threatening to cancel my reservation, which I had pre-paid. I have stayed in many resorts in Vegas and will NEVER stay at the Rio Hotel ever again. The manager needs training on conflict resolution and customer service!
Hicho RossHicho Ross
05:06 01 Nov 23
Ryan SmithRyan Smith
19:24 31 Oct 23
An honest and fair review - stayed at this place a couple times when owned by Caesar’s and had mixed experiences so thought based on a comp room offer I’d give it another shot under new ownership.To start hotel checkin - honoured the comp room from Caesar’s but changed the room type to a basic king. Got offered a premium room for 40$ a night extra, despite being told my original reservation would be honoured.Got to the room and checked in, very dated room with no hot water when we tried to shower. The tub was full of mould around the corners and the bathroom counter had long blonde hairs despite me being a guy with short hair. Room was the worst out of any Rio stay before and there was and still is dried blood on the back of the bathroom door.Casino experience - everything closed from shops to entertainment options. Half the slot machines were out of service. Decided to sit at the bar and have a drink or two. My partner ended up having a bug in her drink from the bar and the two bartenders were joking with each other about failing a health inspection…. We later came back and found that the bar was closed officially and staff were checking the bottles behind the bar with flashlights. Absolutely disgusting to still serve customers while knowing there’s an issue.Gaming - every other casino off strip including the two right next door offer 3:2 blackjack at lower than 25$ limits. Here there was no such thing… even the pit manager stated she thought it was ridiculous and that’s why other properties are super busy right next door compared to them. She said she hoped the new ownership would change that but has been disappointed. When ever your pit managers are saying the odds are better elsewhere I don’t have to say anything else about gaming here. Downtown, Ellis island or even the casinos next to the Rio offer better bang for their buck.Staff were all friendly - Asian cusine was good - went to the Indian buffet around 7 pm and were the only ones there, the hostess who was on her phone when we walked in admitted the food may be stale and to take a look at the food before we decided to eat, we did and it was clear why she suggested that, we walked out.Overall the worst Vegas experience I’ve had to date. Take your money elsewhere.Photo of the closure notice posted on the Rio bar from the southern Nevada health districtMy recommendation if you stay here is to walk across the street (10 mins away) to the palms or the Gold Coast for gambling.
Jay SeegmillerJay Seegmiller
17:00 31 Oct 23
Stayed at the Rio on Oct 28th the rate was paid in advance $225.57 for the night. When I checked in the clerk said that the room was paid for, but I still owed a $98.00 Resort fee. Nowhere in making the revervation did it say anything about a resort fee. Not sure what the resort fee was for. There was nothing resort like in this hotel. No room service. The pool was closed for renovation, the workout area was closed for renovation, the room was a good size, but not outlets in or around the nightstands for cell phone charges or C-PAP machines. If you pulled the bed out from the wall and unplugged the lights and clock you could use those. No coffee maker or microwave in room. we had to go down stairs to order food, and wait for it to take to our room. They would not let us order over the phone and come down to pick up. The one order of nachos and 8 hot wings we ordered were not great, and cost $45.00 before the tip. Wallpaper in bathroom was pealing off the wall, and the fire alarm went of 2 times during the one night stay. The front desk said not to worry about it, it was on the 4th floor, but we were on th 9th floor and it was hard not to worry about a possible fire on the 4th floor. I gave this a generous 3 stars just for the size of the room. Service was terrible, and food way overpriced in both restaurants we tried for the quality and taste. The $98 resort fee was criminal. I have had better stays at Motel 6.
Mb BbMb Bb
10:03 26 Oct 23
Remodeled, very comfortable rooms
Dana GeorgeDana George
06:06 26 Oct 23
Pool was closed early90% of the casino machines were "out of service"No laundry even though advertisedMost of the retail outlets are closed. 45 minute wait for Starbucks coffee (the only coffee available onsite)No amenities in the room (except the fridge)Then charged my credit card twice and over $100 more than was on the invoice. Ignored my email requesting information on why.
Luis MaciasLuis Macias
05:48 26 Oct 23
P HendersonP Henderson
03:46 26 Oct 23
We spent a couple of nights here. The place was under construction, the pools were under renovation, many of the restaurants were closed. Our rooms were dated. Overall we were underwhelmed.
Anna YoungAnna Young
03:12 26 Oct 23
Steven ZhouSteven Zhou
10:42 20 Oct 23
Mia OjanenMia Ojanen
10:03 20 Oct 23
Chris HennenChris Hennen
07:58 20 Oct 23
This is a very very sad hotel, filthy rooms that are very poorly maintained my suite was "recently remodeled" according to the website, maybe the website was 30 years old, otherwise it had incorrect information. Like the football player who peaked in highschool; it was never great and today it is what is leftover of that 'greatness' from 40 years ago.Stay because you need a cheap place. Otherwise stay away.
craig weinbergercraig weinberger
05:57 20 Oct 23
The rooms are getting renovated now. Most of the machines are not available which forced us to go elsewhere to gamble. The restaurants are mostly closed.
Jenn CruseJenn Cruse
04:49 20 Oct 23
Mathew MatinMathew Matin
05:11 14 Oct 23
Wow, this Hotel & Casino needs some love! Sadly it’s showing its age. I was surprised to see that all but the entrance lights were off before 9pm? We went to see Penn & Teller, I was pump to see them, great show! Thank you guys!! 🫶🏽🙏🏽
Harry Curtis (Harry)Harry Curtis (Harry)
03:05 14 Oct 23
Unbelievable, requested a refund within 10 hours of booking after realising that their check-in policy is 21+ (I’m 20 from AUS) said they’d issue the refund within 12-18 weeks. What kind of refund policy is that? Outraged
Jarmar BridgesJarmar Bridges
20:45 13 Oct 23
Hotel should be shut down and remodeled. Carpets been there since its first opening. Being facetious but it's about that bad. No poker🤬 If you want the true nostalgia of Vegas, make it to where you never have to leave the hotels premises... entertainment, better food, better food choices, shows, poker, drinks and gambling.
Crystal PeritzCrystal Peritz
18:52 13 Oct 23
The most incompetent hotel I have ever stayed at. I was promised a refund after the cleaning people barged into my room at 9 am for $135.90 x3 since it happened to all 3 rooms I booked on October 1st. Our reservation was for 9/29-10/2. We had to wait in a 2hour long line and miss a reservation. I have still not received my refund and it has been over the time. I have been hung up on, lied to, promised e-mails, promised call backs and nothing. This is a billion dollar company yet you can't refund the promised money that you 100% offered. It's disgusting and incompetent. I have never delt with such disrespect and clear insanity.
Cesar SotoCesar Soto
18:42 13 Oct 23
Good rooms...I think they are in the process of being remodeled but I think they should support tourism and stop charging the 45 dollars per night and the 100 Dlls deposit as a guarantee to avoid damage to the room
Chris CowleyChris Cowley
09:57 08 Oct 23
Unfortunately the Rio is realy showing its age, the rooms currently feel like walking into a 90s time capsule. Does the job for somewhere to crash the night, but the day we stayed the casino was mid-transformation with lots closed. Luckily, big money is being spent to modernise and once that's done they should be back on top.
Emmeline SanchezEmmeline Sanchez
08:02 08 Oct 23
Pool was closed, 85% of the slot machines were down, rooms are dated and some were stained it kinda just seems not well cleaned to me, the registration and check in is absolutely crazyyy most restaurants are closed or closing at 1. honestly I would just go else where If you’re thinking of coming here you can most likely just find something better then here for the same price most definitely won’t be coming back. 😅😅
Alan McLaughlinAlan McLaughlin
07:24 08 Oct 23
Check-in experience is horrible, I really hope they get this sorted soon.The hotel is undergoing a full renovation at the moment so many of the rooms are quite dated, including the fancier suites.Hotel's position is quite distant to the main strip which is good/bad depending on if you want to be within walking distance or driving distance.The good side to that is you are less likely to get stuck in traffic travelling to/from.
Peter MillunziPeter Millunzi
07:05 08 Oct 23
Steve B.Steve B.
05:44 08 Oct 23
I checked in on Oct 06 2023 for 4 nights. I do not recommend to say at this hotel.Our room is disgusting. The couch has so many stains on it that I had to get an extra bed sheet to cover it before using it. The carpet and the furnishing are so badly worn out. The Slot machine areas are 50% closed down and out of service. The retail spaces are 50% closed down. The pool and spa areas are completely closed. The weight room this morning had towels on the floor and smelled musty as it got flooded. This hotel is a 1.5 to 2 star hotel only, AT BEST.I stayed here about 5 years ago and it was good BUT now it is a run down DILAPIDATED place.Steve.
john johnstonjohn johnston
06:37 02 Oct 23
Sheria LilesSheria Liles
04:15 02 Oct 23
Big event rooms
Angela EdmondAngela Edmond
02:30 02 Oct 23
Scott AndersonScott Anderson
00:10 02 Oct 23
Rooms were clean and spacious but a little battle weary. A number of elevators appeared to not be working so getting to the room was less fun than it could have been. Most checkin kiosks were not working so it took a while to get checked in. (Honestly have never had the kiosk work anyway)
Gary WoodGary Wood
23:42 01 Oct 23
Room was big but bathroom was dirty. Best part, the rooms are getting remodeled soon.
Sara FallsSara Falls
13:48 24 Sep 23
Why is it the manager or the owner doesn’t reply to reviews that are bad and shed some light he only thanks the people who gave this place a 5 star?Our room was beautiful! However there was cracks in the tiles we kept cutting out feet on. A hole in the electrical box on the floor so major safety hazard on both of those fronts.The shower didn’t close all the way so there was water everywhere.Our first room was moldy in the shower and my daughter is incredibly sensitive to mold so we need to pay more to get a different room.The elevator were sketchy as hell and almost got a man’s arm stuck some were almost breaking and shaking while riding them.The pools weren’t working the hot tub has nasty bugs in it. No one mentioned that the pools were down on the website.The staff and security were the only things that I can fully compliment about this place. It’s beautiful but very run down! They neglected it and didn’t care anymore. Hazardous place.
Briana LeeBriana Lee
02:08 16 Sep 23
This place checks off all the boxes for me. I didn't want to stay directly on the strip and we literally came for Vinny & the Chippendales, so it worked out perfectly. The smell of cigarettes is very strong in the casino, but the tower we stayed in smelled unexpectedly fresh. I initially thought it had been recently renovated. The front desk was super quick to send us things when we asked and the halls were well stocked with drink machines. You can't beat the price, and it's a much more laid back vibe that I appreciate more than the stuffier places. There's a 24 hour drive through Dispensary in walking distance, which made me extra glad we chose the Rio.
Michelle CastleMichelle Castle
20:36 14 Sep 23
We arrived to hotel right at check in time and it was a mad house. There was a super long line to get to the desk so my husband used the kiosk. It said they found our reservation that we booked 2 months ago mind you and we'd get an email when our room was ready. After close to 2 hrs we decided to wait in the long line to hopefully speak to front desk. Meanwhile my husband kept checking the kiosk. After we finally got our room keys from the kiosk we walked into a room that was not the reserved deluxe suite king bed MT. View room we picked. It was a double bed overlooking the roof /pool area. Room was like staying at a motel 6 nothing spectacular. We picked this hotel because of the roof top nightclub and pool and all the amenities seemed great . NOPE !! One part of the 3 pools was open , the hot tub was cold tub w/ bubbles and NO nightclub. It's outrageous that they charged us $45 a day at checkout for resort fees like what resort perks did we get !! We had 2 restaurants to choose from at the hotel none others were open. We basically had a bed to sleep and a place to gamble on some machines. The best thing about staying there was we loved the show WOW and the comedy show was funny. I get going through renovations but false advertising a hotels amenities is just plain wrong. I don't find myself ever wanting to pick this place in the future visits to Vegas
Alan LarsonAlan Larson
21:37 12 Sep 23
I've seen a bunch of negative reviews about the Rio. Most of them were based on the fact that it's an older property but I think they were mostly by people who just love to complain. The room was fine. The carpet was a little worn in places but overall, no complaints. The staff that we encountered were very nice and helpful. The atmosphere was good. I was disappointed that the Penn and Teller show we had tickets to was canceled but that's not the hotel's fault. I guess my only complaint would be that it was a mile from the strip and walking there in the heat was hard and cab fare was expensive. Overall we had a great time.
kristin Maxwellkristin Maxwell
23:15 11 Sep 23
My Experience was not the greatest upon arrival, apparently all of the check in kiosk were down and they were limited on the amount of front desk employees. This resulted in a 2 to 3 hour wait to get from the back of the line to the front. People were door dashing food in line, children were anxious and sleepy (it was a late night check in after midnight). After my legs started to fall asleep I noticed the most warm face smiling to be able to assist me. Finally someone to talk to other than the friends I made in line while we bonded over our wait time trauma. Her name was Angelina and she turned my entire experience around. She did this while simultaneously address existing guest issues…and being firm but polite while being the sole hero of the front desk as she was alone. Even with the wait we could all tell she was working quickly and as efficiently as possible. There was even a small rally when someone tried to cut the line and she was not allowing that at all. I say all of this to say she was graceful, professional, welcoming, respectful, tactful, and all the things one would want before nights of debauchery or saintliness in Las Vegas. Angelina was fantastic! Thank you!

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Unforgettable Experiences at Rio All-Suite Hotel & Casino

As a journalist and avid traveler, I’ve had the pleasure of experiencing some of the world’s best hotels, casinos, resorts, and entertainment venues. Also, let me tell you the Rio All-Suite Hotel & Casino in Las Vegas is among the best.

I knew Rio would be an unforgettable experience when I stepped into the lobby. The energy was palpable, the decor was stunning, and the staff was warm and welcoming.

As a Las Vegas hotel, Rio is unparalleled. The suites are spacious and luxurious, with amazing views of the city. The amenities are top-notch, from the pool and spa to the fitness center and shopping area. And the location on the Las Vegas Strip means you’re just steps away from all the action.

But the Rio isn’t just a hotel. It’s a Las Vegas casino and one of the best at that. The massive gaming floor has various slots, table games, and poker options. The dealers and staff are friendly and professional, making the gaming experience even more enjoyable.

Of course, no Las Vegas resort is complete without world-class dining options, and Rio doesn’t disappoint. With a range of restaurants, cafes, and bars, there’s something for every taste and budget. Whether you’re in the mood for a fine dining experience or a quick bite, Rio has you covered.

But perhaps its entertainment options segment options set Rio apart from former Las Vegas regions. As an entertainment venue, Rio is second to none. From live music events to comedy shows, from burlesque performances to magic acts, Rio offers a diverse and exciting range of concerts and performances.

And when the sun goes down, Rio’s unparalleled nightlife comes alive. Whether you’re looking for a high-energy club or a laid-back lounge, Rio has it all. The bars and clubs are lively and vibrant, with great music and atmosphere.

Overall, my experience at Rio All-Suite Hotel & Casino was genuinely unforgettable. As a journalist, I’ve seen my fair share of hotels and entertainment venues, but Rio stands out as one of the best. If you’re looking for a Las Vegas resort that offers it all, look no further than Rio.

Gaming at Rio All-Suite Hotel & Casino

If you’re visiting Las Vegas, you can’t miss out on the gaming opportunities at Rio All-Suite Hotel & Casino. Located on the bustling Las Vegas Strip, Rio is one of the most popular casinos in the city. As you walk through the doors, you’ll be greeted by hundreds of slot machines, table games, and poker rooms.

Rio Las Vegas boasts over 1,500 slots, ranging from penny slots to high-stakes machines. Get adrenaline pumping with classic games such as Wheel of Fortune, Buffalo Grand, and Quick Hit Platinum. 

For a chance at even higher payouts, try one of the many progressive jackpot slots. With so many options, you’re sure to find a favorite.

For those who prefer table games, Rio All-Suite Hotel & Casino offers a wide variety of options, including blackjack, baccarat, craps, and roulette. Experienced players and novices alike will enjoy the range of betting limits and game variations available at Rio.

If you’re a poker fan, you’ll love the Rio Las Vegas poker room, home to the World Series of Poker. Daily tournaments and cash games make it the perfect place to brush up on your skills and compete with other players worldwide. 

Plus, with its lively atmosphere and friendly dealers, the poker room is a must-visit for any Las Vegas casino enthusiast.

At Rio All-Suite Hotel & Casino, gaming is more than just a pastime – it’s an experience. So come on down and see why Rio is one of the top casinos in Las Vegas.

Culinary Delights at Rio All-Suite Hotel & Casino

One of the highlights of staying at Rio All-Suite Hotel & Casino is the world-class dining experience. As a Las Vegas resort, Rio offers an impressive range of culinary delights that cater to every palate. From exquisite fine dining to casual eateries, they have it all.

World-Class Dining

The dining scene at Rio All-Suite Hotel & Casino is a gastronomic journey that will tantalize your taste buds. 

Indulge in the best steaks at VooDoo Steak, or experience the exotic flavors of Brazilian cuisine at the acclaimed Rio Carnival World Buff The famous Guy Fieri’s El Burro Borracho restaurants also offers a unique dining experience that combines Mexican and Californian flavors.

Las Vegas Resort Delights

Are you looking for a casual bite? Rio has you covered with the award-winning Hash House A Go Go, which serves up giant portions of comfort food. If you’re in the mood for something sweet, the Carnival Court Bar & Grill offers a delectable range of frozen cocktails and sweet treats

As a Las Vegas resort, Rio All-Suite Hotel & Casino takes dining seriously, and as a guest, you can expect a world-class dining experience throughout your stay.


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Unparalleled Nightlife at Rio All-Suite Hotel & Casino

Regarding nightlife in Las Vegas, the Rio All-Suite Hotel & Casino is the ultimate entertainment venue. As the sun sets, the energy picks up, and the party never stops. Rio boasts vibrant bars and clubs that cater to all tastes, from laid-back lounges to high-energy dance floors.

Take live music performances by top artists in the intimate setting of the Crown Theater, or get your dance on at the Voodoo Rooftop Nightclub & Lounge. Whatever your style, Rio’s nightlife scene will surely impress.

But nightlife in Rio isn’t just limited to bars and clubs. The hotel is also home to the famous Penn & Teller comedy magic show, a must-see for anyone visiting Las Vegas. And with various other spectacular shows happening throughout the year, there’s always something exciting happening on the stages of Rio.

So whether you’re looking to dance the night away, catch a live show, or enjoy a drink with friends, Rio All-Suite Hotel & Casino is the perfect destination for your next night out in Las Vegas.

Spectacular Shows at Rio All-Suite Hotel & Casino

Rio All-Suite Hotel & Casino is the perfect entertainment venue for whether you’re a fan of music, dance, or theatre you whether you’re a fan of music, dance, or theatre. With an impressive lineup of headlining acts, mesmerizing productions, and electrifying performances, you’ll be left speechless.

One of the most popular shows at Rio Las Vegas is Chippendales, a male revue that features the hottest guys in the Chippendales and will make your heart skip a beat. Chippendales will make your heart skip a beat with their sculpted bodies, sizzling dance moves, and interactive rout.

If you’re in the mood for a different type of show, check out Penn & Teller, a comedy magic duo that has entertained audiences for over 40 years. With their witty banter, mind-boggling illusions, and innovative tricks, Penn & Teller will leave you in disbelief.

Other Must-See Shows

Rock of AgesMusicI am returning to the 80s with this rock-inspired musical featuring classic hits from Bon Jovi, Poison, and Journey.
WOW – The Vegas SpectacularDanceExperience a world-class extravaganza of water, lights, and special effects, showcasing the talents of more than 30 acrobats and dancers.
Magic Mike LiveDanceBased on the popular movie franchise, this steamy show features talented dancers who know how to move.

These are just a few of the many shows that Rio All-Suite Hotel & Casino has to offer. Whatever your taste in entertainment, you will find something that will leave you spellbound. Book your tickets today and experience the magic of Rio Las Vegas.

Relaxation and Luxury at Rio All-Suite Hotel & Casino

Afan Dayan is an exciting day; it’s time to unwind and indulge in the luxury of the Rio All-Suite Hotel & Casino. As one of the most prestigious Las Vegas resorts, Rio offers a range of amenities designed to cater to your every need.

Our spacious suites are designed with your comfort in mind, providing the perfect retreat after a day of exploring. With breathtaking views of the city and state-of-the-art amenities, you’ll feel right at home in our luxurious accommodations.

Indulge in world-class dining experiences at Rio’s award-winning restaurants, ranging from exotic cuisines to classic American fare. Savor the flavors of a perfectly cooked steak, or enjoy a refreshing cocktail by the pool.

For ultimate relaxation, visit our luxurious spa and indulge in various treatments designed to rejuvenate your mind and body. From massages to facials, our professional therapists will help you unwind and feel rejuvenated.

With a range of entertainment options, including our renowned casino and spectacular shows, Rio has something for everyone. Whether you’re a thrill-seeker or seeking relaxation, we have it all at Rio All-Suite Hotel & Casino.

Book your stay at our luxury hotel and casino and experience the ultimate Las Vegas resort getaway. Trust me, you won’t be disappointed.


So there you have it, a complete guide to Rio All-Suite Hotel & Casino, the ultimate Las Vegas Strip hotel. You’ll be surrounded by luxury, entertainment, and excitement from the moment you arrive. Whether you’re a fan of gaming, fine dining, live shows, or nightlife, Rio has something for everyone.

With its prime location, world-class amenities, and exceptional service, Rio All-Suite Hotel & Casino is the perfect place to stay during your visit to Las Vegas. Book your stay today and experience the excitement for yourself!


Q: What amenities does Rio All-Suite Hotel & Casino offer?

A: Rio All-Suite Hotel & Casino offers many amenities, including a casino, multiple dining options, live entertainment shows, a pool area, and luxurious suites.

Q: How can I book a room at Rio All-Suite Hotel & Casino?

A: You can easily book a room at Rio All-Suite Hotel & Casino by visiting our website or contacting our reservations department. We offer convenient online booking options for a seamless experience.

Q: Are there any age restrictions at the Rio All-Suite Hotel & Casino? 

A: You must be at least 21 to check in and stay at the Rio All-Suite Hotel & Casino.

Q: Does the Rio All-Suite Hotel & Casino have a fitness center? 

A: Rio All-Suite Hotel & Casino has a fully equipped fitness center for guests to use during their stay.

Q: Is Wi-Fi available at the Rio All-Suite Hotel & Casino?

A: Yes, complimentary Wi-Fi is available throughout the hotel and casino areas of Rio All-Suite Hotel & Casino.

Q: Can I bring pets to the Rio All-Suite Hotel & Casino?

A: Unfortunately, the Rio All-Suite Hotel & Casino does not allow service animals.

Q: Are there non-smoking areas in the casino?

A: Rio All-Suite Hotel & Casino has designated non-smoking areas within the casino for guests who prefer a smoke-free environment.

Q: Does Rio All-Suite Hotel & Casino offer shuttle services?

A: Yes, Rio All-Suite Hotel & Casino provides shuttle services to and from the airport for the convenience of our guests. Please check with our concierge for more information.

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