Circus Circus Hotel

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Circus Circus Hotel
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The "Circus Circus" at night
Location United StatesUnited States Las Vegas
opening October 18, 1968
theme circus
room 3,767
Casino area 9,400 m²
Shows Circus acts
Restaurants THE steakhouse
Attractions Adventure Dome
owner MGM Resorts International

The Circus Circus Hotel is a casino and hotel located in Las Vegas directly on the Las Vegas Strip , which operates under the theme of a circus .

The hotel, which has been expanded to include 3,767 rooms and opened on October 18, 1968, was one of the first to open on the Strip to the south. In addition to five restaurants , seven bars , two coffee shops and three casinos, it also has its own covered two-hectare amusement park called " Adventure Dome ", which offers a canyon landscape with many driving and adventure attractions. The traditional circus performance takes place every hour in a circular building modeled on a circus tent. The hotel's rooms are either located in the main building, which is up to 35 floors high, or in motel-like outbuildings. There is a motorhome parking space for 399 vehicles. A separate monorail was built to connect the individual hotel buildings, but this is out of service. In 1971 several scenes from the James Bond classic "Diamond Fever" were filmed here. The hotel is part of the MGM Resorts International group.

Of the large, world-famous hotels in Las Vegas, the "Circus Circus" is the cheapest.


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Coordinates: 36 ° 8 ′ 13 ″  N , 115 ° 9 ′ 48 ″  W.