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A landmark Las Vegas hotel/casino with 59 years of history under its belt, the Riviera is a blast from the past, but also well in step with the present. Located on the north end of the Strip, this iconic property offers affordable yet comfortable accommodations just a short walk from the heart of all the action -- while also featuring several restaurants, a vibrant casino and an extensive lineup of entertainment.Noted comedians and headliners make regular appearances at the Riviera. Also scoring high on the laugh-o-meter is the Riviera Comedy Club. For one of the city's most longstanding and sensuous topless revues, check out "Crazy Girls." The male revue "Men the Experience" (on hiatus until January 2015) is also housed in the Crazy Girls Theatre. Two nostalgic music-based shows -- "Forever Doo Wop" and "Forever Motor City" -- are featured in the Starlite Theatre. A one-man production, "40 Is Not the New 20," stars comedian Matt Kazam. It's a hilarious celebration of the wisdom and experience that can only be gained with age. Plus, Dirk Arthur's "Wild Illusions!" features breathtaking big cat magic interwoven with comedy, beautiful dancers and large-scale effects.The Riviera is home to the Strip's only walk-up wagering window. If you step just inside the front doors, you'll find a William Hill Race & Sports Book, which boasts 47 televisions among other amenities. Continue toward the main casino floor, and you'll discover plenty of table games including all of your favorites -- from craps, blackjack and roulette to mini-baccarat and pai gow poker. The casino has more than 800 slot and video poker machines.The Riviera also has several eateries. Located on the main floor, R Steak & Seafood offers an intimate setting replete with succulent meat and seafood dishes, while the Banana Leaf Asian Restaurant reinterprets Far East fare through a selection of Chinese, Vietnamese, Thai and Malayasian specialties. The Wicked Vicky Tavern carries an extensive selection of craft beers (including ales, stouts and specialty brews) and serves favorites like burgers, wings, pizzas and nachos. Plus, there's an impressive food court -- situated next to the Pinball Hall of Fame, where you can play pinball games that date back to the 1960s -- with options including Angelina's, Big Burger, Buffalo Wings, India Masala, La Salsa, Wok Express and Cheesesteaks Etc.In the evenings, you can always relax with a drink in the Casino Lounge. DJs, bands and other live entertainment can often be heard here.The Rivera has a lushly landscaped courtyard pool. Several shopping kiosks, in addition to a florist and an outlet of ABC Stores for souvenirs and sundries, can be found on the premises. Along with a beauty salon and barber shop, there is a gym and tattoo studio. And a wide range of wedding packages and services available at the Riviera Royale Wedding Chapel.With more than 2,075 rooms, 140,000 square feet of convention space and lots of dining, gaming and entertainment options, the Riviera provides its guests with a rich tradition of fun, charm and service on the Las Vegas Strip.
 
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fromPhoenix, arizona
Age:35 to 44
Gender:Female
Travel Purpose:Vacation/Pleasure
Travel Companions:Family
Purchase Frequency:More than 3 times a year
Star Rating Accuracy:Too High
Gambler:Yes
Game:Progressive Slots
No, I do not recommend this product.
This place is affordable
PostedFebruary 21, 2013
When I checked in the guy at the desk was great. They messed up my room and the guest services,manager had a terrible attitude, along with the woman who checked me out. The buffet was not good at all. If your looking price this is a good place but if you wanr more I would book somewhere else.
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Explore the non-stop action of Vegas from the warm comforts of the Silverton, where you'll find a down-home, welcoming atmosphere embodied in lodge-like surroundings.The Silverton is the resort of choice for visitors who want a Sin City experience, but not necessarily the Strip location. It's set on a quieter block southwest of Las Vegas Boulevard off the I-15 at Blue Diamond Road, but still within a 10-minute drive to all of the action. Free shuttle service (call the hotel directly for reservations) is provided to and from McCarran International Airport and The Forum Shops at Caesars as well.The Silverton offers a more intimate, relaxed stay than you'll find in the city's megaresorts. Its architecture features soaring ceilings and wood accents, which appeal to outdoor enthusiasts -- as does Bass Pro Shops, a beloved Midwestern chain. The entrance from the hotel into the two-story, 165,000-square-foot store is flanked by towering waterfalls. Reminiscent of an 1800s-style Adirondack hunting lodge, Bass Pro Shops houses everything related to fishing, boating, camping, golf and open-air recreation. There's even a 40,000-gallon aquarium where fishing lessons are conducted, along with archery and shooting ranges.Guests at the Silverton sleep amid rustic, mountain-inspired charm with modern amenities. Each of the 300 spacious rooms has luxurious bedding, a desk and a flat-screen TV. Wireless internet is available. Plus, you are always just steps away from the expansive casino floor -- there's no long elevator ride or half-mile sprint needed to reach all the goings-on.The main attraction at the Silverton is the circular 117,000-gallon saltwater aquarium. People are always gathered around it, mesmerized by the exotic fish -- from leopard sharks and stingrays to parrotfish and triggerfish. Colorful coral and seasonal decorations, like giant pumpkins in autumn, adorn the tank. Visitors can catch free shows here that include twice-daily feedings and live mermaid swims. Although there are plenty of benches, chairs and nooks around the aquarium (in addition to the Mermaid Cove Art Gallery, where you can purchase paintings of mermaids by Will Comier), the nearby Mermaid Restaurant & Lounge boasts elevated seating paired with an affordable, undersea-themed menu.The Silverton's dining scene holds many other delicious delights. Sink your teeth into a succulent cut of meat in the contemporary atmosphere of the Twin Creeks Steakhouse. Enjoy Mexican specialties while surrounded by colorful lights at the Mi Casa Grill Cantina. Devour upscale café fare in the Sundance Grill, which also has a yummy gelato stand. Or savor every tasty bite in the resort's revered buffet. Seasons, which is dubbed "a live action buffet," has six different cooking stations. Along with varied preparations of steak, poultry and seafood, visitors will delight in themed Polynesian, surf and turf, and barbecue nights.If you're more interested in whetting your whistle than your appetite, there are several hip bars at the Silverton. The Shady Grove Lounge is situated in a quaint corner next to a vintage 1950s Airstream trailer where you can go bowling. The Flare Bar, near the parking garage, has an ultra lounge vibe, thanks to 260 custom-made color-changing light fixtures -- but it doesn't have the pricey VIP/bottle service fees.During the summer the Sway Pool & Lounge is the place to soak up the sun. Specialty cocktails (like the pomegranate mojito) are served at the small yet stylish dipping pool, which is surrounded by cabanas, daybeds and a hot tub.If you desire a laid-back Vegas vacation -- where you're close to the action...but not too close to it -- then make tracks for the Silverton.
 

Do you have double beds in a room ?

Yes you can get double beds
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