Flamingo Las Vegas Review – Renovated Flamingo Room
As many of you know I have been documenting Las Vegas’ reopening since June 4 when the doors of the many casinos swung back open following a three month closure due to COVID-19. From my initial stay at Caesars Palace on opening night through my many Strip walking & construction tours and my stay at Paris Las Vegas I have been filming videos and sharing what Vegas is like right now.
Staying at the Historic Flamingo
Recently I stayed right on the Center Strip at perhaps the most historic of the Las Vegas megaresorts Flamingo. With my Caesars Diamond status from Founderscard I was able to secure a newly renovated Flamingo Room for $20 for the night with no resort fee. What I found was a surprisingly nice hotel room product.
Overall Flamingo probably has a bit more chaos going on than I would like, but its hard to argue with the price and value when considering the location and history. Come take a tour with me of my room at Flamingo and the rest of this historic property which has been thrilling Vegas visitors since 1946. You’ll learn a little history along the way and perhaps even discover why you should visit Flamingo on your next visit to Vegas.
Flamingo Las Vegas Review – Bottom Line
The brand new renovated Flamingo rooms at Flamingo Las Vegas are surprisingly nice. While the resort is hectic, it features a Prime location and rooms are often a great value. You can do far worse on the Strip and staying at Flamingo allows you to enjoy the history of the spot and even a few pockets of quiet and solace among the Strip crowds.
Have you stayed at Flamingo? How was your experience?