For cheap booze, cheap eats and cheap thrills, it's tough to beat this lowbrow dive. Grab a coupon book, give the giant slot machine a...
No swimming pool, but the Riviera does offer gym users both cardio and weight machines, as well as free weights, whirlpools, a women’s...
When it opened in 1955, the Riviera was the first high-rise on the Strip. Liberace did the ribbon-cutting honors; film auteur Orson...
You know it’s nothing but a titty show gussied up with costumes, props and sets, especially once you glimpse the larger-than-life...
Slide into a crescent-shaped booth at this retro coffeeshop to soak up some vintage Vegas atmosphere. You can eavesdrop on Nevada...
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Lonely Planet review
Don't be blinded by the outlandishly bright neon outside. The Strip's most spellbinding retro hideaway awaits at the pint-sized Peppermill casino. Courting couples adore the sunken fire pit, fake tropical foliage and 64oz goblet-sized 'Scorpion' cocktails served by waiters in black evening gowns.