Flamingo Las Vegas Hotel & Casino

3555 Las Vegas Blvd S, Las Vegas, Nevada, 89109, United States | 3 star hotel
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Another simple day

A travel blog entry by mattandjen on Aug 19, 2014

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Our second day in Vegas was meant to be relaxing and simple. All that needed to be done was return the car, buy a swimsuit for SJ and ER and enjoy a day by the pool.

The day started pretty well with a large and overall tasty breakfast. The girls had a children's serve of banana pancake which looked like an adult serve. Matt and Jen shared …

De Strip

A travel blog entry by sylyjoka on Aug 04, 2014

De strip gelopen en geshopt Eerst gezwommen Eerst noordwaarts naar Ventian, Treasure Island en Caesar Palace Daarna zuidwaarts verder: Paris Tussendoor even naar hotel om bij te komen Pizza in hotel gegeten 'S avonds nog weer naar strip: coca cola , m&m shop en hershey

Naar Las Vegas

A travel blog entry by sylyjoka on Aug 03, 2014

Korte route naar LV Uur eerder in Nevada, al vroeg bij LV eerst naar Mall Daarna naar hotel Totaal andere wereld: DRUKTE Na inchecken op weg naar ARIA voor kaarten Cirque du Soleil Al deel strip bekeken en veeeel gelopen Eten bij Mac 'S avonds Zarkana

Las Vegas

A travel blog entry by iancowden on Jul 12, 2014

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Day 1 Got to our hotel shattered, this is of course is not the hotel name, its the Flamingo it was our physical state, as we'd been travelling to 24 hours without much sleep. Three different plane trips to get here and boy the altitude seems to create a lot of gas (not stinky in my case of course). When we got to the hotel we had a queue for check …

It's Vegas baby!

A travel blog entry by b_btravel on May 16, 2014

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Viva Las Vegas, the dessert oasis. What can I say about sin city. It's big, it's bright and it has a whole lot of entertaining people with terrible fashion sense walking a long it's streets day and night. It is filled with some of the biggest, most lavish casinos I have ever seen and it is home to some of the most colourful people. There's neon in …

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This 3 star hotel, located in the The Strip and Vicinity area of Las Vegas, is near Casino at the Flamingo Las Vegas, Gazebo Chapel at the Flamingo, Flamingo Wedding Chapels, and Flamingo Hilton Health Spa.
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsFlamingo Las Vegas Hotel & Casino

    Reviewed by eefieenbjorn

    Check in?

    Reviewed Jun 30, 2014
    by (2 reviews) , Belgium Flag of Belgium

    Mooie kamer, worst check in/out ever!

    This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

    Reviewed by elainehayes

    Fabulous Flamingo ...

    Reviewed Oct 20, 2013
    by (56 reviews) , United Kingdom Flag of United Kingdom

    We picked the Flamingo due to location, the good TA reviews and the reasonable price, and we were very pleased with our choice. Our room was spacious, stylish and comfortable, with a view of the flamingos. Check-in was achieved easily.

    This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

    Reviewed by jananddean

    Noisy and busy

    Reviewed Jul 26, 2013
    by (1 review) Adelaide , Australia Flag of Australia

    Noisy and busy but good price!

    Dean in Flaminge hotel room
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    View from Flamingo hotel room
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    Dean's orange shorts
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    Reviewed by monkey99

    The Flamingo

    Reviewed Sep 30, 2012
    by (5 reviews) , Australia Flag of Australia

    I loved this hotel. I liked how there was a pond full of flamingos and I also really liked the show.

    The Show
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    Reviewed by mkuncio

    Flamingo's

    Reviewed Jul 6, 2011
    by (9 reviews) Sydney , Australia Flag of Australia

    Yeh not bad

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    Reviewed by pepeloram

    Fun and Very Pink

    Reviewed May 26, 2011
    by (1 review) Brighton , United Kingdom Flag of United Kingdom

    This was my first ever trip to Las Vegas, and being 21 the accommodation was the least of my worries.

    First of all the overall impression I got of the hotel, was what I was suspecting from a hotel on the heart of the famous las vegas strip. as I walked in the I found my senses going crazy, lights, sounds, people from all over the world, happy faces from the lucky few that will walk away from Vegas with a profit and the Dull lifeless faces of people who came here looking to go home better off, but the only thing they are going home to is a empty house where he or she partner used to lived.
    but i think i'm getting ahead of myself here, when we got to the check in desk, they told us are requested room was not available which didn't give the hotel a good first impression, but the room they did give was with a amazing strip view, so with that view I think I could live going downstairs to smoke a cigarette, they beds where big and clean, and a moderate sized bathroom as I've already mentioned the accommodation wasn't the priority of the trip that was outside on the strip.

    But overal I would give the Flamingo hotel a solid 3/5 cheap and cheerful and right in the heat of the strip. Very good hotel if you plan not to spend much time in the hotel

    This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

    Historical Traveler Reviews Flamingo Las Vegas Hotel & Casino

    Yuck

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    Well, we tried the Flamingo in March of 02. 13 of us shared 5 rooms. I felt horrible because I made the arrangements for the group, and I was so embarrassed. None of the rooms were right as far as bed arrangements etc. (as far as what we had reserved) One room had some funky green slime in the tub, (looked like jello) and that room had to be changed completely. None of the sheets in any room fit the beds, and theres nothing more annoying than waking up several times a night with your face on the the bare mattress. YUCK. The bathrooms all had that gross brown drippy stuff and hairs on the ceiling, (they were probably smoking rooms at one point) but it was anyones guess when the last time was that the walls were wiped down. I would never stay there again, even if the rooms were free! Clean is important to me and my family, and these rooms just seemed "unhealthy", you know, the "use at your own risk" kind! I don't recommend the Flamingo, in fact I warn against it!

    Expected more

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    We stayed at the Flamingo for one week last March.I was not impressed compared to most of the hotels in the area.The staff was unfriendly.The food was not good and the hotel needed renovations.The location and the pool were excellent.Right across the road is Ceasars Palace who I believe is owned by the same corporation but there you got treated like gold.If and when we return to Vegas I would rather pay the extra and stay at a class place like Ceasars aqny time

    'Second Home'

    from

    We arrived at the Flamingo on Christmas Day and stayed for 17 nights. It was our fourth time back in 15 months and our third time at the Flamingo. We were given an Executive Room on the 28th floor with spectacular views of the Strip - fireworks on New Years Eve were amazing. We have always found the staff very friendly and helpful and we love the facilities - not too big to get lost! We are planning our next trip back - can't wait!!

    Flamingo hilton,Unfriendly staff

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    Stayed at Flamingo Jan-26-30-03, nice hotel, gardens and penguins were great.

    Check in staff very impolite and did not seem to give a damn. Paradise garden restaurant for supper---Avoid not worth the 16.00 thats for sure. Night of the 29 around midnight, must have been 200 people in lobby waiting to check in--only 3 check in clerks, poor bastards sat there for 2 hours to get a room, thats what i call poor service..

    Great bargain and location

    from

    Great bargain for anyone visiting Las Vegas. The

    location is fabulous, the prices are very fair, and

    the quality of the rooms, pool, casino etc. is way

    above average. We stayed there twice (2001 and 2002) and liked it each time.

    The only minor quibble is that the restuarants

    inside the Flamingo were not as nice or varied as

    in the neighboring resorts (Paris, Caesars..) but

    that just gave us a reason to get out more.

    Parking (free) was a bit tight on weekend evenings

    but no problem any other time. Would definitely

    stay here again.

    Great pool!

    from

    I thought the Flamingo was a decent choice, especially for the money I paid (very little!). The room was ugly with old furnishings, but clean, & I had a nice view. I didn't find the food in the restaurants very good. The atmosphere was friendly and bustling and the location was central, but the place is not as hip, sleek or happening as some of the other places I walked through.

    The best thing, though: the pool! Very big and pretty and nice and relaxing. It was worth it just for the pool!

    Stayed there many times

    from

    Having stayed at the Flamingo many times over the years, I can say that I have never not enjoyed the Flamingo. The location is perfect and I love all the restaurants. The staff is always very nice and helpful and room service is great. The rooms are spacious and clean and I usually try to get a room facing the strip. Fantastic view. I also found the slot machines to be very liberal. Will definitely stay there again in the near future. In fact, I'm looking forward to it. I've stayed at many hotels in Vegas but none beat the Flamingo for the price.

    OK choice in a fab location

    from

    The Flamingo is an OK place to stay in a location that can't be beat - center-strip across from Bally's, Caesars, Bellagio and the Mirage.

    It's a huge spectacle in its own right, with 3,600 rooms, a fantastic tropical pool area, penguins, flamingos and a big, lively casino.

    But the rooms are below average for Vegas - relatively small in size with teeny bathrooms. Plus, on my April 2002 visit the carpeting and the furniture looked worn and tired. So was the decor.

    The restaurants in the Flamingo are pretty average. The buffet is hardly the best in town.

    It's a fine place to stay at a good price, but you'll probably spend your time eating across the street.

    Excellent location!!

    from

    It was a great, relatively inexpensive hotel! Location was perfect for walking the strip. Our room was spacious and clean, maids were great- if we had a "do not disturb" sign on the door when they came, they would call & ask what time they should come back. Excellent view into the pool area.

    Our check in experience was quite slow however, and they told us Sunday's were even worse. We learned after the fact that Flamingo has an airport check-in in the main baggage claim area, recommend trying that!

    Loved the hotel over all, gorgeous pool area, but it was VERY crowded on the weekend.

    They don't have much in the way of shops or attractions, but we spent most of our time in the other hotels anyways.

    We ate at the Deli for a quick lunch one day and it was delicous. Didn't get around to trying any of their other resteraunts.

    I would definatley stay there again because it was a good location & good price. They also gave us a coupon book when we checked in that had some great buy one get one things for Flamingo, Caesars, Paris, and Bellagio (they're all owned by the same people). Have fun in Vegas....it was awesome!!

    Flamingo good for the money, penguins even better

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    I'd read mixed reviews of The Flamingo, so I didn't really know what to expect either way.

    On the whole, it was a good experience. The staff were very friendly when we checked in and the room was clean and spacious. The location was fantastic, right in the thick of things, with happy hour 4 to 7pm in the bar.

    We enjoyed the pool area, but in the day it got very crowded. There was no restricting it to hotel guests only like some of the other big hotels do, and I suspect numbers were padded out by those whose hotel didn't have a pool! This was the only concern we had, but for a short stay it didn't present much of a problem as we were too busy checking out the Strip and gambling away our money.

    And of course, we loved the penguins! I was worried about such a species living in the middle of a desert but they seemed well cared for and happy enough - once I found out they were a breed that thrives in warmer climes!

    TripAdvisor Reviews Flamingo Las Vegas Hotel & Casino

    3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

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