Tropicana Hotel & Casino, Las Vegas, Nevada

Between its beach-themed décor and luxurious pool areas, The Tropicana offers visitors a South Beach escape in the heart of the Vegas Strip. This historic Vegas landmark opened in 1957 and can be seen in the Elvis Presley film Viva Las Vegas as well as the James Bond classic Diamonds are Forever.

The property is currently in the midst of a $180 million makeover, during which they will be rebranding themselves as a South Beach themed casino. They have remodeled all the rooms, added new Latin and tropical themed restaurants and will be totally revamping the pool area as well as adding a nightclub.


Tropicana Hotel & Casino, Las Vegas, Nevada


The North Entrance of the Tropicana Las Vegas

The Tropicana has 1,877 rooms and 115 suites, including 2-story apartment style penthouse lofts. The basic rooms start at around $50 and include: in-room safe, iron and ironing board and hair dryer. High speed internet is available for an additional fee. Hotel amenities include: one of the best pool areas in Las Vegas, wedding chapel, fitness center, salon, and currency exchange. The hotel charges a daily resort fee of $9.99.


Tropicana Hotel & Casino, Las Vegas, Nevada


One of the newly remodeled deluxe rooms at the Tropicana

In spring 2011, the Tropicana will be unveiling “Nikki Beach Club,” the resort’s very own version of the Miami hotspot. The newly remodeled pool area will include lounge chairs, private cabanas, a bar and restaurant, swim-up blackjack and live music.


Tropicana Hotel & Casino, Las Vegas, Nevada


The pool area at the Tropicana.

When it comes to dining, the Tropicana has a wide assortment of restaurants including Biscayne Steak, Sea and Wine, Bacio Pasta and Vino for Italian cuisine, South Beach Café and Deli for American fare and starting in November 2010, Café Nikki will start serving up various international favorites.

The casino offers the classic table games such as roulette, craps and blackjack as well as three card poker, let it ride and Pai Gow poker, plus a remodeled race/sports book is set to open in late 2010.

Join the Trop Plus Players Club to receive some great gaming opportunities at the Tropicana. You can sign up online before arriving at or sign up in person at the Players Club desk.

As a member of the players club, you will be eligible for exclusive special offers, room and food comps, shopping discounts and more. Also, on the first day of active play with a players club card, the Tropicana will reimburse losses up to $200. Players club members earn 1 point for every $1.50 in Coin-In on Reel Games or $6 in Coin-in on video poker. For every 1,000 points earned you receive $10 in free play.

The Tropicana has two lounges and Club Nikki, a 15,000-square foot nightclub, will be opening in Spring 2011. It will be attached to the Nikki beach so visitors can go from the dance floor to the pool. Club Nikki will also have its own swank lounge area for those who want to enjoy drinks in a more relaxed environment.

The resort also offers live entertainment, including the Brad Garrett Comedy Club. Garrett, best known for his role as Robert on Everybody Loves Raymond, owns the club and makes appearances on a monthly basis (some are scheduled and some are not). Tickets run from about $40-$70 and can be purchased online at or by calling 1-800-829-9034.

In December 2010 the Tropicana will be opening a new attraction, The Las Vegas Mob Experience. This unique, Vegas-style experience –which will occupy about 25,000 square feet–combines a blend of real artifacts, videos, photos and live-action audience interaction to present the colorful story of the mob and its role in Las Vegas. Check online or call 1-800-829-9034 for more information.

The Tropicana is located at 3801 Las Vegas Blvd. South Las Vegas, Nevada 89109. For room reservations or more information, call 1-888-826-8767 or visit them online at: