Las Vegas is seen as the home of the casino, with the American city being home to 104 casinos in total, which isn't much less than the whole of the UK, which has 140. Vegas has become synonymous with casino games and nearly 40 million visit Las Vegas each year.
If you're looking for a no deposit casino, then visiting an online casino is the best place to go. Whether it is baccarat, poker, blackjack or roulette, Las Vegas will cater to your casino game needs and here, we take a look at some of the best casinos in Sin City.
If you're looking for a place to mix casino table games and sports betting, then Caesars Palace is the casino to visit. It truly is the home of all things gambling; with the poker room featuring 16 tables, a slots room with slots that take anything from 1 cent to $500, and a casino table games room that features blackjack, craps, roulette and baccarat.
It is the sports betting room that makes Caesars Palace unique in Las Vegas, and it offers a race book section, which features 65 private booths for those wishing to bet on the racing, as well as the sports book area where gamblers can following the action of different sports on six 12' by 15' screens. This is the place to go if you're a sports bettor and a traditional casino gambler.
If you're a lover of the slot machine, then ARIA might just be perfect for you, with close to 2,000 slot machines on site. There is a huge variety of slots in the casino, with ARIA featuring themed slots like Anchorman, Wheel of Fortune 3D, The Simpsons and the Walking Dead.
Players who are fortunate enough to be lined with deep pockets can play slot machines in the high limit room. When we say deep pockets, we mean DEEP. That's because some of the slots in ARIA's high limit room cost $5,000 per pull.
There are plenty of more reasonably priced slot machines and depending on when you visit the casino, there are also slot tournaments several times a year.
You're sorted for sports book betting and slot machines, but if you're a lover of poker, then the Bellagio is where you need to head to when you arrive in Las
Vegas. Much like Caesars Palace, the range of games featured at the Bellagio includes traditional casino games like blackjack, roulette, baccarat and craps.
But the main focus of the casino is poker, with a 7,000 square foot space featuring 40 poker tables and two high-limit areas. Bobby's Room, one of the two high-limit areas, features two exclusive tables in a separate room and was named after the 1978 World Series of Poker champion Bobby Baldwin.
The poker room also features different varieties of the game, including no limit hold'em, limit hold'em, pot limit Omaha and 7 card stud. The Bellagio really does have everything a poker fan needs to enjoy a trip to Las Vegas.