The Tropicana sat alone on the intersection of Tropicana and Las Vegas Boulevard back in 1957. The location has since become much more popular, with Excalibur, New York New York, and the huge MGM adjacent. The pool also boasts one of the few floating blackjack tables in town.
A colorful and whimsical castle at the south end of the Strip. At night, this castle is like a fairy tale come true, lit up in pinks, purples and greens. Across the drawbridge, the King Arthur theme will delight kids and anyone who grew up loving tales of knights in shining armor.
As Seen at Hoover Dam
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Disney's Yacht Club
Disney's Yacht and Beach Club are sister resorts located a short walk from Epcot's World Showcase. Many consider the pool area (Stormalong Bay), with its shipwreck theming, huge water slide and sandy bottom pool to be the best of any Disney resort. A boat services Epcot and Disney's Hollywood Studios theme parks (buses are available for transportation to the other parks). Restaurants and entertainment at the Boardwalk are also conveniently close by.
Circus Circus is nonstop action, and not just in the casino. The Adventuredome is a great place to keep kids entertained and offers pay-one-price tickets for theme park rides. The dome, while keeping the weather out, keeps the noise in. The hotel corridors and rooms are also decorated in a rather noisy style. Circus acts are performed every twenty minutes and can been seen from the casino and most of the restaurants. Honestly, the whole place gives me a headache.