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What Are Your Favorite Las Vegas Casinos?

By Chuckmonster on Thursday, 29th May 2014 4:07pm
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Obviously you're reading this website because you love Vegas. Whether you come for the hotels, the casinos, the restaurants, the bars, the clubs, the shows, the conventions or general mayhem... you've probably experienced enough stuff to find out what you love and what you loathe.

Love Venetian but hate Palazzo? Love Treasure Island but hate Mirage? Have an axe to grind about Excalibur? Always looking for an encore stay at Encore? Seeking a soapbox to shout a Caesars soft spot?

Log in then add, rate and review your of favorite (and least favorite) joints

Your ratings and reviews are what are going to power many of the travel tools we're building for the next version of VT. Now is a great time to add new faves, update old ones and make sure that all of your faves have updated ratings and reviews.

Thank you!



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