Although it’s on the older side, Monte Carlo Las Vegas has been enjoying a rebirth of sorts.
In the past few years, it’s added new dining options, including the Monte Carlo Brew Pub packed with craft beers, as well as an entirely new facade. With the opening of the T-Mobile Arena in its backyard, we’re sure this hotel is going to grow in popularity.
One thing which has remained consistent is it’s budget-friendly vibe. Rooms here don’t break the bank, unless you want to add some luxury to your life courtesy of Hotel 32, the luxury digs on the top floors of Monte Carlo.
This property has five swimming pools, along with a wave pool and lazy river to keep the kiddos entertained, plus a free tram that delivers visitors to some shopping good times courtesy of The Bellagio and The Shops at Crystals.