Rio All-Suite Hotel & Casino is a hotel & casino located in Southwest Las Vegas. The Rio was the first all suite resort in the Las Vegas area (when it opened in 1990), and it was named after the city of Rio de Janeiro, and is influenced by Brazilian culture.

The hotel towers are covered in the signature purple and red glass. The Rio hotel’s 2,522 suites range in size from 600 to 13,000 sq ft and have floor to ceiling windows. There are several private villas on property as well. If you’re into wine, we have good news for you. The Rio has a fantastic wine cellar that has more than 50,000 bottles. The Rio Pavilion convention center has a total of 160,000 sq ft of space, and a Race and Sports Book is also available.

Masquerade Village is a section of the hotel that includes Show in the Sky. The show is a free show that features dance and style from Brazilian Carnival, and Mardi Gras floats. T he show has a stage with a dance and singing show while floats on guide rails hang from the ceiling and go throughout the Masquerade Village. Penn & Teller are doing an extended residency at the Rio, and there’s a great nightlife choice as well with Voodoo Lounge. For the a taste of Rio in Las Vegas, the Rio makes a fine choice.

Restaurants at Rio

All-American Bar & Grille, Búzios, Café Martorano, Carnival World Buffet, Gaylord, Hamada Asiana, Mah Jong, Sao Paulo Cafe, Sports Deli, The Village Seafood Buffet, VooDoo Steak & Lounge, McFadden’s Irish Pub, Starbucks, Whopper Bar, Wetzel’s Pretzels

Nightlife at Rio

I-Bar, Flirt Lounge, Crown Nightclub and VooDoo Rooftop Nightclub.

Pool info:

Four pools, and five jacuzzis.

Hotel Check-in Time:
3 p.m.
Hotel Check-out Time: 12 p.m.

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