This is a typical Vegas casino hotel even if it isn’t directly on the Strip. The resort fees are ridiculously high for what you really actually use. The casino is nice and our room was located a bit off of the main casino floor which can be either a good or bad thing.
The hotel claims all of their rooms are suites. Well, maybe in square footage. Our room was honestly just a normal hotel room but just in a larger space. We weren’t given many more amenities, just a lot of extra empty floor space. Our room was on the 31st floor and we were close enough to the Voodoo Lounge that we could hear the music at night. It didn’t bother me but the other people in the room said it made it difficult for them to fall asleep.
That said, the rooms were clean and were comfortable. The bathrooms were clean and didn’t seem like they were rusted or gritty. The hotel does have a free shuttle to the Strip so getting to the Strip is actually quite easy and there a number of places to eat on-site.
Overall, the hotel is nice. Three stars=average and that’s honestly what it is. I wanted to stay here since I had never been but always hear about it. I wasn’t disappointed. I wasn’t amazed. It was just pretty much the same like all the other basic Vegas casinos. They will take care of you really well if you spend the money. Otherwise, it is a pretty average experience. They didn’t do anything over-the-top special to make me think I’ll come back next time I’m in Vegas. The next time I am in Vegas I will try a different hotel.
This all-suite hotel and casino features free shuttle service to the Las Vegas Strip, a full-service spa and salon, and an outdoor pool. Each spacious suite at the Rio All-Suite Hotel & Casino includes a refrigerator and an in-suite safe. They provide a separate dressing area and offer panoramic views
The Las Vegas Strip is less than one mile away.