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Aladdin Las Vegas

The Bottom Line: 1,001 Arabian Nights comes to life at the Aladdin Las Vegas, a reincarnation of a classic.

What's Special about the Aladdin Las Vegas: The Aladdin Las Vegas is one of the few hotels on the Strip that doesn't make you pass through the casino to get anywhere -- you can access your rooms, the pool areas, and the restaurants without hearing the jingle of a slot machine. The Aladdin Las Vegas rose from the ashes of the classic hotel, scene of the wedding of Elvis and Priscilla Presley, among other historic events. Soon to be turned into a Planet Hollywood, so see it while you can.

Guest Rooms and Rates: 2,567 guest rooms with marble bathrooms, oversized tubs, in-room PCs with high-speed Internet access, and cordless phones. Bathrooms are some of the largest on the Strip. Rooms at the Aladdin Las Vegas start at about $50.

Dining: Restaurants at the Aladdin Las Vegas include Tremezzo (Northern Italian), Elements (steaks and seafood), Bonsai Sushi and Sashimi Bar and the Spice Market Buffet.

Casino: The casino at the Aladdin Las Vegas boasts 100,000 square feet of gaming includes 2,093 slot machines and 72 table games. Blackjack, Craps, Pai Gow Poker, Roulette, Baccarat, Caribbean Stud Poker, Three Card Poker, Race and Sports Book. The London Club offers 35,000 square feet of upscale, high-stakes gaming.

Shopping, Spa, Recreation: Desert Passage at the Aladdin Las Vegas is a 450,000 square foot shopping mall with 140 retail shops and restaurants. Elemis Spa offers massages, facials, and other treatments. The Aladdin Las Vegas also offers a fitness center and a beauty salon. Two outdoor swimming pools on the sixth floor of the Aladdin Las Vegas overlook the Strip.

Theaters and Entertainment: The Steve Wyrick Theatre features illusionist Steve Wyrick, Tuesdays through Sundays. The Aladdin Theatre seats 7,000 and offers rock concerts, Broadway shows, and boxing events. Sinbad's Lounge has live entertainment (top 40 and classic rock). The Aladdin Las Vegas also has a $15 million nightclub, Curve, has balconies overlooking the Strip.

Contact the Aladdin Las Vegas: 
3667 Las Vegas Blvd. South, Las Vegas, Nevada 89109
reservations: 702.785.5555, 877.333-WISH; weddings: 866-WILL-WED; email:

Weddings and Meetings: The original Aladdin Las Vegas is where Elvis and Priscilla got married. What could be better than that? Couples can choose between two chapels or a suite that holds up to 50 people. There is also a 75,000 square foot convention center on site.

Guest Reviews of the Aladdin Las Vegas: 
(average guest rating: NOT YET RATED)

  • "We wanted to extend our stay (at the Tropicana) one night but the hotel tried to charge us $50 more than we were paying already so we left a day early and moved down the street to a hotel more center strip (Aladdin). They only charged us $10 more per night than we were already paying and we had a much better room and view (hotel pools and Bellagio fountains and more) and we booked on the phone the day before we were moving! (We cancelled our last night at the Tropicana.) The pools at the Tropicana were more tropical and lush than the Aladdin but overall we enjoyed the Aladdin more.
    NOT RATED --
    E & B, visited July 2004

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