Time Out says
There are plenty of $5 blackjack tables, many 5¢ opportunities among the 2,200 slots, and a bright, casual atmosphere. Players appreciate the details: stools with backs at every machine, wide walkways throughout the casino and even single-zero roulette. The Monte Carlo attracts brisk traffic from neighboring casinos, but the tables never seem crowded. Players stand a better chance of landing a one-on-one blackjack game with the dealer than at most Strip resorts.
Games: Baccarat ($25–$15,000); blackjack ($5–$3,000); craps (3x, 4x, 5x; from $5); Crazy 4 poker; keno; Let it Ride; mini baccarat ($10–$5,000); pai gow poker; poker (8 tables); roulette (double zero); three-card poker. Gambling lessons (craps 11am daily).
3770 Las Vegas Boulevard South
|Cross street:||between W Harmon & W Tropicana avenues|
|Transport:||Bus Deuce, 201/self-parking & valet parking Rue de Monte Carlo|