As its name suggests, the Monte Carlo is a hotel, resort and casino in a Mediterranean style. The 3,002 rooms and 259 suites have granite and marble details.Views of the Las Vegas strip, and the Monte Carlo Las Vegas pool area make any of these rooms a good option. Brass fixtures, cherry wood, and fine personal products from Gilchrist and Soames can be found in every room.
The suites at the Monte Carlo have views of the Las Vegas Strip, a sofa and seating area, a full bath with a spa option, king sized beds, and a spa tub right by the window will make you feel like royalty while you visit the Monte Carlo Las Vegas.
Body wraps and the lastest treatments to pamper yourself are available at the spa, which also has a fitness facility. If you like to golf, be sure to visit the concierge, who will be glad to reserve a tee time for you at one of the Las Vegas golf clubs. The 21,000 square foot pool area's highlight is a cascading waterfall.The Monte Carlo Hotel pools include a kiddie pool, a heated spa pool, an easy river ride and a wave pool provide variety and other pool areas aside from the main Lagoon pool.
The tennis courts are in the pool area, and they have the following amenities:
Make an appointment at the Monte Carlo signature salon for a fresh new look, it is a unisex salon and barbershop which is open daily from 9 to 7. It is located in the Street of Dreams, which lined with cobblestones and restaurant and shops. Here you can shop at Bubbles, Monte Carlo Collections. Lunettes, Indulge, Elton's, which as new shops that have been added to complement the Monte Carlo Pub and Brewery and the Medici Cigar Club, both of which have been here since its opening in 1996.
Diners come from all over the Las Vegas strip to eat at Blackstone's steakhouse. Andre's French Restaurant has a wine cellar and a cigar lounge, for the ultimate in dining luxury. This restaurant opens at 6pm every day, and it is recommended that you make reservations. Italian good can be found at the Market City cafe, and Dragon Noodle, open from 11am to 11pm, is a great place to eat a casual meal.
Add fun to your days at the Monte Carlo Las Vegas and visit the Lance Burton Magic Shop or the Club Casino Royal. 60 kinds of games can be found at the Backstreet arcade, which is open daily from 10am to 10pm. You can see the magician live when you buy a ticket to the Lance Burton Magic Show, on every night at 7pm. For free entertainment, Houdini's lounge has live music from 10pm to 1am at its piano bar.
Open 24 hours, the Monte Carlo Casino has 5 cents to $100 dollar video pokers and slot machines. There are 2,100 of these, and 95 tables with games like Keno, Baccarat, Craps, double-deck Blackjack, Pai Gow Poker and single zero Roulette. With so many games to play, you will never get bored at the Monte Carlo Casino.
The Monte Carlo Hotel also has one of many Las Vegas Wedding Chapels. Ranging from the $375 Princess packag to the more expensive Chateau Royal package which is $1,350, the Monte Carlo Hotel has it all.