Rio

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A 24-hour party atmosphere reverberates through the vibrant red, purple and blue neon towers of the Rio All-Suite Hotel & Casino, where large suites, ample entertainment and popular dining combine for the ultimate off-Strip experience. Meals at the Rio are as exciting and rich as the colorful surroundings. One of the most beloved buffets in Las Vegas -- the Carnival World Buffet -- delivers on its moniker, offering the delicious fare of just about every ethnicity. Bœzios Seafood Restaurant, named for a small, picturesque fishing village in Brazil, serves the freshest seafood around, as does the feast-like Village Seafood Buffet. Two other must-try eateries in the Rio include Martorano's and KJ Dim Sum & Seafood Chinese Restaurant. Hash House A Go Go has a home-style atmosphere. It serves breakfast, lunch, brunch and dinner items that are delivered in oversized portions. And if you've been craving an upscale burger, stop by the BK Whopper Bar or the All-American Bar & Grille. No Vegas vacation would be complete without a show, so take in the sleight-of-hand and gross-out grand illusions of magical duo Penn & Teller. Ladies will find it hard to keep their hands to themselves when the well-greased male dancers of Chippendales rip off one tank top after another. And men will also be enthralled with the beautiful ladies and sexy choreography in the topless revue "X Rocks." The all-male wait staff at Flirt Lounge, located in the lobby of the Chippendales Theatre, keeps the "Ultimate Girls Night" experience going strong with its full menu of exotic concoctions. Both men and women will delight in amazing views of Las Vegas from the VooDoo Rooftop Nightclub, located on the 51st story of the resort's Masquerade Tower. High-tech fun and cool cocktails also await in the iBar. Whether watching a flair bartender prepare Brazilian-inspired drinks with a smile or the expert gaming dealers distribute cards, this resort exudes high-energy fun. The vibrant 100,000-square-foot casino floor features more than 1,200 slots, all the favorite table games, poker room, race and sports book and keno lounge. The resort also plays host to the main event of the World Series of Poker each year. Although you may be in town to party, the staff here takes customer service very seriously, and the hotel's commitment to guest satisfaction has earned it national praise. The suite-sized rooms are also among the largest in town, with amenities ranging from a refrigerator to an in-room safe. The Rio's pool area, which includes a sandy beach, looks and feels like a tropical paradise, and the Rio Spa & Salon will soothe your senses after a long night of dancing. The Rio offers shopping in Masquerade Village and throughout the property as well. The VooDoo Zip Line, an 800-foot zip ride, adds more excitement at the resort. Taking off from the VooDoo Rooftop Nightclub, located atop the hotel's 50-story Masquerade Tower, guests can cascade toward the Ipanema Tower, reaching speeds up to 33 miles per hour while enjoying beautiful views of the Las Vegas Strip. So get in the Carnaval spirit and head to the Rio All-Suite Hotel & Casino. Like its namesake in South America, this is a true cidade maravilhosa -- a marvelous city -- in the middle of the desert.

Are kids allowed in the Rio?

Yes, children are indeed allowed in Rio, however, Nevada State Law prohibits minors (those under 21 years of age) to loiter in the casino. Specifically, children cannot hang around gaming areas--even if accompanied by a parent or guardian over 21 years old. They may, however, walk through the casino en route to another part of the hotel, but again, while accompanied by a parent or guardian over 21 years of age. Parents and/or guardians may not gamble with minors (children) sitting or standing next to them at any time. This includes quickly dropping a coin or two in a machine while walking with a child. Lastly, children may not touch the gaming devices including slot machines and table games.

Do kids stay free at the Rio?

No

Is there childcare or baby sitting at the Rio?

No.

What's the best thing to do for kids at Rio?

Yes, the VooDoo Zip Line, a thrilling zip ride.

Are pets allowed at Rio?

Yes. Dogs 50 pounds and under are allowed.

Does Rio have a good swimming pool for Kids?

Rio features four pools, one with a sand bottom, and five spa tubs.