Resort Reviews

Wynn Golf Club - hole 11

Live large at Wynn Las Vegas: Resort has stellar golf, fine dining and nightlife

It takes something special to stand out on the Strip, where glamor and luxury are the norm. The Wynn Las Vegas has found many ways to stand above its casino competition. Between the 15 restaurants, the 111,000 square feet of casino space and the mind-boggling shows, there's plenty to do. But hidden outside from the public view is what gets the blood pumping for golfers. The Wynn golf course feels like a magical fantasyland where golfers can trade neon lights for secluded, lush fairways sculpted by Tom Fazio.
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Caesars Palace Las Vegas

Caesars Palace Las Vegas: A royal kingdom for golfers and gamblers

Caesars Palace Las Vegas is a marvel built for royalty at every turn. The gambling space sprawls out into a massive 129,000-square-feet of action. The decorative gardens and pools serve up idyllic vibes. The 26 restaurants conjure up some of the best eats in the world. And Caesars boasts two of the best escapes Vegas has to offer: the exclusive Cascata Golf Club and the Qua Baths & Spa, right inside the hotel.
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Rio All Suites Hotel & Casino

Underrated Rio All-Suites Hotel returns fun, skin, value to Las Vegas

Because it's just off The Strip, the Rio All-Suites Hotel seems to try a little harder. This hotel is its own irreverent world, heavy on fun and service. Calling it the most underrated hotel in Vegas isn't a stretch. It's a four-star hotel you can often get for two-star prices.


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  • Caesars Palace Las Vegas Caesars Palace Las Vegas: A royal kingdom for golfers and gamblers

    Caesars Palace Las Vegas is a marvel built for royalty at every turn. The gambling space sprawls out into a massive 129,000-square-feet of action. The decorative gardens and pools serve up idyllic vibes. The 26 restaurants conjure up some of the best eats in the world. And Caesars boasts two of the best escapes Vegas has to offer: the exclusive Cascata Golf Club and the Qua Baths & Spa, right inside the hotel.
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  • Rio All Suites Hotel & Casino Underrated Rio All-Suites Hotel returns fun, skin, value to Las Vegas

    Because it's just off The Strip, the Rio All-Suites Hotel seems to try a little harder. This hotel is its own irreverent world, heavy on fun and service. Calling it the most underrated hotel in Vegas isn't a stretch. It's a four-star hotel you can often get for two-star prices.
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  • Renaissance Las Vegas Gamblers beware: Renaissance Las Vegas suffers from location, gaming limbo

    The Renaissance Las Vegas is nearing its first-year anniversary, but appears to be still looking to find itself. The hotel is so to gambling that you can almost hear the bells going off, but you won't find any gaming on the grounds. If you're setting up a convention or meeting, the Renaissance is your place. But if Sin City gambling and adventure is your ultimate goal, there are other locations that may be better.
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  • Reflection Bay Golf Club From anonymous Michael Douglas to hidden casino, Hyatt Regency Lake Las Vegas a unique world

    The first thing you notice at the Hyatt Regency Lake Las Vegas Resort is the quiet. The unrelenting sounds that drive Vegas, are all but gone. Stepping into the lobby is like stepping into another world. No zombies feeding one-armed bandits and no neon lights. No neon?! And you can call this Las Vegas!? No, and that's the point. This is a place where golf is held in even higher regard than Lord Gambling.
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  • Wolf Course - Las Vegas Paiute The Dye is cast: Paiute is too real for Vegas

    During the climax of the movie Jerry McGuire, Renee Zellweger cuts off Tom Cruise during his speech to win her over and says the famous line: "You had me at hello." The Las Vegas Paiute Golf Resort has you at "hello." Forget Arizona's Camelback or White Tank Mountains. Forget whatever it is you've seen in Reno or the Rockies. The views of the surrounding mountains on any one of Paiute's three courses will blow you away. Gazing from their base to their peak, the rocks slowly change color from red to grey.
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  • The Regent Las Vegas The Regent Las Vegas: Your Key To TPC At The Canyons

    In just a short time since its opening in the summer of 1999, The Regent Las Vegas has made a mark as a great alternative to the congestion of the Las Vegas Strip -- especially for golfers. Finally, a luxury golf, casino and spa resort away from The Strip, where in one month recently, 2.86 million tourists visited Las Vegas. Why would anyone from a big city back east want to come to the formerly "Wild West" to dodge pedestrians and fight traffic?
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