The standard rooms at the Flamingo are smallish, fairly basic and profoundly old-fashioned, despite a relatively recent renovation. All of which makes the new Go guestrooms a bit of a surprise. Designed in a more modern style and done out with flatscreen TVs, iPod-friendly hi-fis and wireless access, they’re more inviting than you’d expect from either the other rooms or, for that matter, the rest of the resort.
Note that while room rates at all Vegas properties vary from night to night, the differentials at the Flamingo are spectacular even by local standards. Guestrooms can be ridiculously cheap during the week and outrageously expensive at weekends."
3555 Las Vegas Boulevard South
|Cross street:||at E Flamingo Road|
|Transport:||Bus Deuce, 202|
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Piff the Magic Dragon
Not to be confused with that hack Puff, Piff is Las Vegas’s favorite magic dragon, a delightfully droll creature who wants nothing to do with the sea or, heaven forbid, little Jackie Paper. The comedic magician—who performs with his sidekick Mr. Piffles,...Until Sunday December 31 2017