Circus Circus in Las Vegas has long been a family favorite for many years. Circus Circus has it all, from the thrilling rides and midway games in the Adventuredome to fine gourmet dining at The Steak House. This anchor Vegas hotel pleases everyone.
Circus Circus Las Vegas is a circus-themed 3,774 room hotel and 101,000 square feet casino. It’s owned and operated by MGM Mirage. Circus Circus features free circus acts on a regular basis throughout the day.
A runaway hit since opening in 1968, Circus Circus has the unique distinction of appearing in two classic Las Vegas stories: as a malevolent wonderland in Hunter S. Thompson’s “Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas” and as a backdrop to foreign intrigue in “Diamonds Are Forever.”
While neither story correctly describes this Vegas resort as it truly is — a classic hotel-casino and a great place to bring your kids — they cannot help but illustrate Circus Circus’ distinctive charm, unique not only to Las Vegas but also to the world.
The world-famous main casino floor is always jumping. Overhead, live circus acts — acrobats, trapeze artists, clowns, jugglers — perform around the clock. A carnival midway offers games of skill and chance for all ages.
Nearby, the largest space-frame dome in the United States houses the Adventuredome, an indoor theme park featuring the Canyon Blaster, a double-loop, double-corkscrew roller coaster guaranteed to put a scream on your face.
Don’t let the bright pink exterior fool you, the Circus Circus Adventuredome is jammed with action and thrills. Lying under a five-and-a-half-acre glass encasement, the crazy Adventuredome promises fun for the whole family, both young and old.
Circus Circus also includes several restaurants, a popular poker room, a huge race and sports book, the unique rotating cocktail lounge and a new shopping promenade should serve to reinforce any desire to run away and join the circus.
2880 Las Vegas Blvd S
Las Vegas, NV 89109