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RIO ALL-SUITE LAS VEGAS HOTEL & CASINO

Rio Las Vegas Reviews
Average Tripadvisor rating for Rio All-Suite Hotel & Casino
Average Rating Based on 21458 reviews
Rio All-Suite Hotel & Casino
Registration wait times are horrible
Rio All-Suite Hotel & Casino
I arrived at the Rio at approximately 8:45pm. There were five people in line ahead of me and three people in the VIP line and initially four front desk employees assisting customers. Myself and...More
- Excursion27275573866
I arrived at the Rio at approximately 8:45pm. There were five people in line ahead of me and three people in the VIP line and initially four front desk employees assisting customers. Myself and others in front of me waited in line over 45 minutes, not to mention the front desk employees helped customers in the VIP line that were not VIP customers. When most individuals check into hotels, they've likely spent hours traveling to Las Vegas. The last thing a tourist wants is to stand in a registration line. This is totally unacceptable. I recommend having one or two employees stand near the check in/out kiosks and assist people with using them to check in. It's is ridiculous to stand in line for such a long time.
It is a nice Hotel
Rio All-Suite Hotel & Casino
Big room, nice view, and friendly staff.Free parking and a couple of pools to choose from. It has some stores and dining places in the property too, next to 15 freeway and minutes away from Las Vegas...More
- ED01CA
Big room, nice view, and friendly staff.Free parking and a couple of pools to choose from. It has some stores and dining places in the property too, next to 15 freeway and minutes away from Las Vegas strip.
Love the Rio
Rio All-Suite Hotel & Casino
We stay at the Rio every year during the World Series of Poker. We have never had any problems. The rooms are clean and nice and the people are friendly. We like to eat at the Deli. We will...More
- Sightseer10418015881
We stay at the Rio every year during the World Series of Poker. We have never had any problems. The rooms are clean and nice and the people are friendly. We like to eat at the Deli. We will continue to stay there every year.
Rio is nice, all inclusice
Rio All-Suite Hotel & Casino
You don’t need to go outside unless you want to visit other sites. The restaurants are good. The breakfasts at Hash a Go Go are huge. The pools are lovely. They should have extended hours, ie...More
- 531claudettew
You don’t need to go outside unless you want to visit other sites. The restaurants are good. The breakfasts at Hash a Go Go are huge. The pools are lovely. They should have extended hours, ie, earlier in the morning, and later in the evening to avoid the hottest part of the day. The only thing that I couldn’t find were postcards.
Disapointing
Rio All-Suite Hotel & Casino
We have stayed at the RIO several times over the years but it had been 5+ years since we stayed there. We always loved the clean over sized rooms at amazing prices, the show in the sky was a family...More
- Joy2U2
We have stayed at the RIO several times over the years but it had been 5+ years since we stayed there. We always loved the clean over sized rooms at amazing prices, the show in the sky was a family favorite. The first shocker came when booking the room, the rooms were at an advertised price and everything was great until suddenly the resort fees were added, it doubled the price! The front desk wait is long, there are express check in check out machines but everyone we saw use them ended up back in line because it didn't work. They seem to be the only hotel casino we went into that allows people to smoke wherever they want which made it bad, other casinos we visited seem to have designated areas for smokers.When we have stayed in the past, once in a two room suite several visits in a regular suite we have always been placed in the Ipanema tower, this time we were put in the Masquerade tower, My husband daughter and I were in a two queens suite and my daughter and her husband a king bed suite. Both rooms sorely needed updating and while not visibly dirty had an overall feel of neglect. Judging by pictures I have seen the Rio post of the suites in the Masquerade tower we were missing a lot of pieces of furniture that no one had bothered to replace. The beds were small didn't feel like queen size at all and were not comfortable, the pillows were bad also and I know it's an older casino but our room was so noisy, we were on the 14th floor but the street noise wasn't blocked at all and every time the air conditioning kicked on it made a big clunking noise. Whenever a sink was ran or the shower the other two would gurgle like the water was going to come up in them. There is not a fan in the bathroom either to clear away smells or steam and the disturbing peek through window was still present just in case one of us wanted to watch the other one shower. A huge disappointment was I guess because of the two Starbucks downstairs they had taken the coffee makers out of the rooms. the panels where they had been by the counter were still ripped open. They also only allow you to connect two devices to their abysmal internet, if you go over 2 devices you have to pay another $15 a day. The second day there it stopped letting us log in at all though. It feels like this casino has gotten a little older and they are letting it die.
Rio All-Suite Hotel & Casino
Tripadvisor rating for this property
Registration wait times are horrible
I arrived at the Rio at approximately 8:45pm. There were five people in line ahead of me and three people in the VIP line and initially four front desk employees assisting customers. Myself and...More
Excursion27275573866
I arrived at the Rio at approximately 8:45pm. There were five people in line ahead of me and three people in the VIP line and initially four front desk employees assisting customers. Myself and others in front of me waited in line over 45 minutes, not to mention the front desk employees helped customers in the VIP line that were not VIP customers. When most individuals check into hotels, they've likely spent hours traveling to Las Vegas. The last thing a tourist wants is to stand in a registration line. This is totally unacceptable. I recommend having one or two employees stand near the check in/out kiosks and assist people with using them to check in. It's is ridiculous to stand in line for such a long time.
Tripadvisor rating for this property
It is a nice Hotel
Big room, nice view, and friendly staff.Free parking and a couple of pools to choose from. It has some stores and dining places in the property too, next to 15 freeway and minutes away from Las Vegas...More
ED01CA
Big room, nice view, and friendly staff.Free parking and a couple of pools to choose from. It has some stores and dining places in the property too, next to 15 freeway and minutes away from Las Vegas strip.
Tripadvisor rating for this property
Love the Rio
We stay at the Rio every year during the World Series of Poker. We have never had any problems. The rooms are clean and nice and the people are friendly. We like to eat at the Deli. We will...More
Sightseer10418015881
We stay at the Rio every year during the World Series of Poker. We have never had any problems. The rooms are clean and nice and the people are friendly. We like to eat at the Deli. We will continue to stay there every year.
Tripadvisor rating for this property
Rio is nice, all inclusice
You don’t need to go outside unless you want to visit other sites. The restaurants are good. The breakfasts at Hash a Go Go are huge. The pools are lovely. They should have extended hours, ie...More
531claudettew
You don’t need to go outside unless you want to visit other sites. The restaurants are good. The breakfasts at Hash a Go Go are huge. The pools are lovely. They should have extended hours, ie, earlier in the morning, and later in the evening to avoid the hottest part of the day. The only thing that I couldn’t find were postcards.
Tripadvisor rating for this property
Disapointing
We have stayed at the RIO several times over the years but it had been 5+ years since we stayed there. We always loved the clean over sized rooms at amazing prices, the show in the sky was a family...More
Joy2U2
We have stayed at the RIO several times over the years but it had been 5+ years since we stayed there. We always loved the clean over sized rooms at amazing prices, the show in the sky was a family favorite. The first shocker came when booking the room, the rooms were at an advertised price and everything was great until suddenly the resort fees were added, it doubled the price! The front desk wait is long, there are express check in check out machines but everyone we saw use them ended up back in line because it didn't work. They seem to be the only hotel casino we went into that allows people to smoke wherever they want which made it bad, other casinos we visited seem to have designated areas for smokers.When we have stayed in the past, once in a two room suite several visits in a regular suite we have always been placed in the Ipanema tower, this time we were put in the Masquerade tower, My husband daughter and I were in a two queens suite and my daughter and her husband a king bed suite. Both rooms sorely needed updating and while not visibly dirty had an overall feel of neglect. Judging by pictures I have seen the Rio post of the suites in the Masquerade tower we were missing a lot of pieces of furniture that no one had bothered to replace. The beds were small didn't feel like queen size at all and were not comfortable, the pillows were bad also and I know it's an older casino but our room was so noisy, we were on the 14th floor but the street noise wasn't blocked at all and every time the air conditioning kicked on it made a big clunking noise. Whenever a sink was ran or the shower the other two would gurgle like the water was going to come up in them. There is not a fan in the bathroom either to clear away smells or steam and the disturbing peek through window was still present just in case one of us wanted to watch the other one shower. A huge disappointment was I guess because of the two Starbucks downstairs they had taken the coffee makers out of the rooms. the panels where they had been by the counter were still ripped open. They also only allow you to connect two devices to their abysmal internet, if you go over 2 devices you have to pay another $15 a day. The second day there it stopped letting us log in at all though. It feels like this casino has gotten a little older and they are letting it die.