Casino List

Current List of Active Casinos on the Strip

Information critical to proper completion of a  Casino Walk

The list below is the Current Configuration and has been effective since May 5, 2015.  It will be designated as Configuration D, and contains 32 casinos.

From North to South, on the West side of Las Vegas Boulevard:

Stratosphere
Aztec Inn
Circus Circus
Slots-A-Fun
Treasure Island
Mirage
Caesar’s Palace
Bellagio
Cosmopolitan
Aria
Park MGM
New York New York
Excalibur
Luxor
Mandalay Bay

From South to North, on the East side of Las Vegas Boulevard:

Tropicana
MGM
Planet Hollywood
Paris
Bally’s
The Cromwell
Flamingo
Margaritaville
O’Sheas
The Linq
Harrah’s
Casino Royale
Venetian
Palazzo
Wynn
Encore
SLS

Note that the combos of Venetian/Palazzo and Wynn/Encore are each considered different resorts and each has their own distinct casino.  The Margaritaville casino is attached to Flamingo but is a distinct casino of its own.  O’Sheas is contained fully within the Linq area at the Quad, but is also its own distinct casino.  O’Sheas and Slots-A-Fun are slot-only casinos with no table games.  Aria is the only hotel within the City Center complex that contains a casino (Cosmopolitan is not part of City Center, despite appearances).

For extra credit on your walk you can post pictures of the stillborn Fontainebleau and Echelon Place (to be rebuilt as Resort World Las Vegas in a few years).

Previous Strip Configurations

The list below is the Configuration C and was in place from August 23, 2014 until May 4, 2015.  It contains 33 casinos.

The difference between Configuration C and the Current Configuration was the removal of Riviera, which closed on May 4, 2015.

From North to South, on the West side of Las Vegas Boulevard:

Stratosphere
Aztec Inn
Circus Circus
Slots-A-Fun
Treasure Island
Mirage
Caesar’s Palace
Bellagio
Cosmopolitan
Aria
Monte Carlo
New York New York
Excalibur
Luxor
Mandalay Bay

From South to North, on the East side of Las Vegas Boulevard:

Tropicana
MGM
Planet Hollywood
Paris
Bally’s
The Cromwell
Flamingo
Margaritaville
O’Sheas
The Linq
Harrah’s
Casino Royale
Venetian
Palazzo
Wynn
Encore
Riviera
SLS

The list below is Configuration B, and was in place from April 2014 until August 2014.  It contains 31 casinos. 

The difference between Configuration B and Configuration C is the additions of SLS, whose casino opened on August 23, 2014; and Aztec Inn, which was deemed worthy of inclusion on the list a week later.

From North to South, on the West side of Las Vegas Boulevard:

Stratosphere
Circus Circus
Slots-A-Fun
Treasure Island
Mirage
Caesar’s Palace
Bellagio
Cosmopolitan
Aria
Monte Carlo
New York New York
Excalibur
Luxor
Mandalay Bay

From South to North, on the East side of Las Vegas Boulevard:

Tropicana
MGM
Planet Hollywood
Paris
Bally’s
The Cromwell
Flamingo
Margaritaville
O’Sheas
The Quad
Harrah’s
Casino Royale
Venetian
Palazzo
Wynn
Encore
Riviera

The list below is Configuration A, which was is place from April 24, 2013 until April 21, 2014.  It contains 30 casinos.

The difference between Configuration A and Configuration B is the addition of The Cromwell, whose casino opened on April 21, 2014

From North to South, on the West side of Las Vegas Boulevard:

Stratosphere
Circus Circus
Slots-A-Fun
Treasure Island
Mirage
Caesar’s Palace
Bellagio
Cosmopolitan
Aria
Monte Carlo
New York New York
Excalibur
Luxor
Mandalay Bay

From South to North, on the East side of Las Vegas Boulevard:

Tropicana
MGM
Planet Hollywood
Paris
Bally’s
Flamingo
Margaritaville
O’Sheas
The Quad
Harrah’s
Casino Royale
Venetian
Palazzo
Wynn
Encore
Riviera