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Best Las Vegas casino? Readers vote The D Las Vegas

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This is the third straight win for The D

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  • The D Las Vegas

    The D Las Vegas

    On the first floor of The D Las Vegas, players will find the latest table games and slot machines. The recently updated second floor casino is a step back in time to Old Vegas with vintage slots and the only Sigma Derby horse racing simulation in Las Vegas. There’s also the hockey-themed BarCanada and a refreshed Circa Sports book with bar-top table games and big-screen TVs.
    Photo courtesy of The D Las Vegas

  • Plaza Hotel & Casino

    Plaza Hotel & Casino

    The Plaza Hotel Casino packs a ton of options into its 80,000 square feet of gaming space. Players can play bingo in a 400-seat bingo hall–the only one in Downtown Las Vegas, place bets at 21 table games or try their luck at more than 700 slot machines. Keno games run regularly throughout the day.
    Photo courtesy of Plaza Hotel & Casino

  • The Venetian & The Palazzo

    The Venetian & The Palazzo

    The sister casinos at the Venetian and Palazzo offer players a combined 2,270 slot and video poker machines and hundreds of table games, with free gaming lessons on weekends. Imperial Baccarat at The Palazzo puts a new twist on a classic game.
    Photo courtesy of The Venetian Las Vegas

  • Wynn Las Vegas and Encore Resort

    Wynn Las Vegas and Encore Resort

    Sparkling golden in the Nevada desert sun, the Wynn Las Vegas houses an 111,000-square-foot casino space decked out with table games, slots, video poker, a 27-table poker room and a state-of-the-art race and sports book.
    Photo courtesy of Wynn Las Vegas

  • Caesars Palace Las Vegas Hotel & Casino

    Caesars Palace Las Vegas Hotel & Casino

    A classic Las Vegas casino, Caesars Palace brings the gaming experience to an ancient Roman setting. Encompassing 85 acres on The Strip, Caesars pairs its unique atmosphere and comprehensive casino offerings with some of the best retail, dining and entertainment in the city.
    Photo courtesy of Caesars Palace Las Vegas Hotel & Casino

  • Downtown Grand Hotel & Casino

    Downtown Grand Hotel & Casino

    The casino floor at the Downtown Grand, located just steps from the Fremont Street Experience, features more than 500 slot machines–a mix of classics and new favorites–as well as an assortment of table games and a William Hill sports book.
    Photo courtesy of Preferred Hotels & Resorts

  • Red Rock Casino Resort & Spa

    Red Rock Casino Resort & Spa

    Frequented by both locals and tourists, the Red Rock Casino Resort & Spa sits on 70 acres of land near the beautiful Red Rock Mountains in Summerlin, about 10 miles west of the Las Vegas Strip. The resort casino includes 3,000 slot and video poker machines, 60 table games, a race and sports book with a 96-foot video wall, a 20-table smoke-free poker room, 600-seat Bingo hall, a 20-seat Keno lounge and two private rooms for high-stakes gamers.
    Photo courtesy of Red Rock Casino Resort & Spa

  • The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas

    The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas

    A relatively new addition to the Las Vegas Strip, The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas has already earned a spot among the ranks of elite Sin City casinos, thanks to its friendly dealers, swanky setting and modern amenities. The gambling menu includes classic table games as well as 1,300 slots and video poker machines with a wide range of denominations–everything from $0.01 to $500.
    Photo courtesy of The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas

  • SAHARA Las Vegas

    SAHARA Las Vegas

    The 60,000-square-foot casino at SAHARA Las Vegas offers a luxe gaming experience, with crystal chandeliers and a rich color scheme. Gamblers can choose from more than 50 table games and 600 slot machines, place a bet in the Sports Book or play live poker in the new seven-table poker room.
    Photo courtesy of SAHARA Las Vegas

  • Bellagio

    Bellagio

    Famous for its dancing fountains, the Bellagio is all about extreme luxury and the thrill of the game, making it one of the most popular gambling stops on the iconic Las Vegas Strip. The 100,000-square-foot casino floor an impressive 2,400 slot machines, poker room, race & sports book and nearly any table game you could want to play. Five outdoor pools, four whirlpools and a Spa Tower help guests unwind before or after betting.
    Photo courtesy of Bellagio

  • The D Las Vegas
  • Plaza Hotel & Casino
  • The Venetian & The Palazzo
  • Wynn Las Vegas and Encore Resort
  • Caesars Palace Las Vegas Hotel & Casino
  • Downtown Grand Hotel & Casino
  • Red Rock Casino Resort & Spa
  • The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas
  • SAHARA Las Vegas
  • Bellagio
With more than 100 casinos to choose from, it's no wonder Las Vegas has become synonymous with gambling. Sin City is home to some of the country's top gaming establishments, each offering variety, atmosphere and big payouts.
 
The top 10 winners in the category Best Las Vegas Casino are as follows:
  1. The D Las Vegas
  2. Plaza Hotel & Casino
  3. The Venetian & The Palazzo
  4. Wynn Las Vegas and Encore Resort
  5. Caesars Palace Las Vegas Hotel & Casino
  6. Downtown Grand Hotel & Casino
  7. Red Rock Casino Resort & Spa
  8. The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas
  9. SAHARA Las Vegas
  10. Bellagio

A panel of experts partnered with 10Best editors to pick the initial nominees, and the top 10 winners were determined by popular vote.

Congratulations to all these winning casinos!

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