Las Vegas’ Largest Casinos

Las Vegas is known as a technicolour wonderland for casino goers, with bright lights, plenty of glitz, oodles of glam and varied entertainments that are on offer in just about every direction. For those after the biggest and best around, the following three casinos are just what the doctor ordered, with all casinos chosen based on their gaming floor spaces.

  1. The Wynn and Encore Complex

Based off of sheer square footage, and located on the north end of the Las Vegas Strip, the Wynn and Encore Complex boasts a combined 191,424 square feet of casino spaces, with the addition of a new poker rooms and a total of 240 table games and 2,195 slot machines that include With the sheer variety of casino game options, patrons are very unlikely to get bored.

Not only does this dual-resort share a gaming license and strip-connected interior location, the outer grounds they share total 215 acres of space and are home to a gorgeous 18-hole golf course. There are also plans drafted to convert several acres of the grounds into another resort that will sit on the shores of a man-made lake – with the name of the new initiative tentatively titled: Paradise Park.

  1. MGM Grand

With a casino floor space of 171,500 square feet, the MGM Grand has changed its Wizard of Oz décor origin into a more classic style blending Art Deco and old Hollywood fixtures, and has become known as a giant that comes with plenty of comforts and a big personality. It’s convenient situated for guests who plan to hop around the Vegas strip in order to go shopping or go exploring other complexes to see what else is on offer.

With large skywalks available which connect it to neighbouring casino complexes, guests can adventure without ever having to set foot outside. While coming in second for its casino floor size, the MGM grand comes first when it comes to being the largest single hotel within the USA, while coming in third for the title of largest hotel in the world. Permanent shows that are in residence at MGM Grand include David Copperfield, Brad Garrett’s Comedy Club and the Cirque du Soleil show, Kà.

  1. Sunset Station

Coming in third on the list, Sunset Station has a total of 162,173 square feet of gaming; the casino floor has a total of 2,100 machines and a fully loaded table set options that include bingo.

They have 457 rooms available to hotel guests, with several restaurant options to choose between that includes a popular buffet and enticing weekly drink specials, especially around seasonal football game nights. Their starting bid on tables is $5 which makes them a good option for those wanting to ensure their dollar goes a bit further. The casino grounds total 98 acres, and Gaudí Bar with its incredible stained-glass ceiling, as well as the Strike Zone bowling alley are two popular attractions. In 2019, casino employees voted to unionize the casino, and to date, it is the 6th Station Casino property to have become unionised.