South Strip Hotels

South Strip Hotels

The Las Vegas Strip South for starts at Hacienda Ave and ends at Harmon Ave. to the north. This section of Las Vegas Blvd. is filled with casinos from every era of construction since the start of Las Vegas. It also contains two of the most heavily themed hotels from the from the 1990’s when Vegas decided that an overwhelming theme was the key to success.

Many of the resorts in this part of town have under gone somewhat of a transformation in the last 10 to 15 years to become somewhat strange versions of themselves. From diluting of theming at Excalibur and Luxor to the current transformation of the Monte Carlo into the Park MGM, the evolution of Las Vegas is evident on this part of the Strip.

MGM Resorts International owns a lot of this section of the strip so if you are loyal to their brand this is where you will want to stay.

Rooms Date Opened Operator WNV Rating

Delano – 3950 Las Vegas Boulevard South

1,117 December 17, 2003 MGM Resorts International
4 Matrini Glasses

Mandalay Bay – 3950 Las Vegas Boulevard South

3,309 March 2, 1999 MGM Resorts International
4 Matrini Glasses

Luxor – 3900 Las Vegas Boulevard South

4,407 October 15, 1993 MGM Resorts International
2 Matrini Glasses

Tropicana – 3801 Las Vegas Boulevard South

1,467 April 4, 1957 Penn National Gaming
2 Matrini Glasses

Excalibur – 3850 Las Vegas Boulevard South

4,032 June 19, 1990 MGM Resorts International
2 Matrini Glasses

MGM Grand – 3799 Las Vegas Boulevard South

5,124 1975 MGM Resorts International
5 Matrini Glasses

New York New York – 3790 Las Vegas Boulevard South

2,024 January 3, 1997 MGM Resorts International
3 Matrini Glasses

Park MGM (Monte Carlo) – 3770 Las Vegas Boulevard South

3,002 June 21, 1996 MGM Resorts International
2 Matrini Glasses

City Center – 3780 Las Vegas Boulevard South

6,790 December 16, 2009 MGM Resorts International
4 Matrini Glasses
City Center Includes Aria, Vdara, and Mandarin Oriental

 

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