Reservation Number: (800) 998-6937
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Rooms: 2,427 Price Range: $70-$220
Suites: 250 Price Range: $95-$219
Restaurants: 7 (1 open 24 hours)
Buffets: B/L-$15.99 D-$21.99
Casino Size: 80,000 Square Feet
Games Offered: Slots, Video Poker, Blackjack, Craps, Roulette, Poker, Pai Gow Poker, Let it Ride, Big Six Wheel, Caribbean Stud Poker, Three Card Poker
Senior Discount: Tower discount if 55 or older.
Special Features: 108/109 story Indoor/Outdoor Observation Deck (admission charge). Revolving restaurant at top of tower. 50 retail stores. "Frankie Moreno" stage show.
Stratosphere Hotel & CasinoHot
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Open: Sun-Thur 8am-11pm; Fri & Sat 8am-12:30am
When you enroll in the ace|PLAY Club, you will have a card that is valid at Arizona Charlie's Boulder, Arizona Charlie's Decatur, Stratosphere, and Aquarius in Laughlin, NV. The points earned at any location can be used at any of the other locations. The ace|PLAY Club has four tier levels: Blue, Orange, Green and Red (Red being the highest).
Playing slots and video poker on this card earns both points and comp dollars, which are earned simultaneously. Points are earned at an accelerated rate for higher tier cards, resulting in a better cash back percentage for those tiers. Comp dollars are earned at a different and secretive rate depending upon the denomination and return of the game being played, including table games.
Slot Point Accrual
|5¢, 25¢, $1||$1/1||$2/1 or $8/1|
Note: Select video poker machines require $8 of coin-in to earn one slot point. They are marked as such.
Cash: $1/600 points
Minimum: 2400 points
Increments: 600 points
Free Slotplay: $1/500 points
.083% or .021%
1200 or 4800
Scrip: $1/300 points
Food: Players club members receive a 10% discount at casino-owned restaurants. Red, Orange and Green tier members receive a 25% discount at the buffet.
Reservation Number: (800) 998-6937
out to the Stratosphere
Not a good location at the far north end of the Strip, even if it is the only Strip resort actually in the city of Las Vegas. There is a Strip bus stop right in front and a monorail stop down the street at Sahara Ave. They removed their 100% video poker a few years ago, but they still have some scattered full pay 8/5 bonus. The poker room has moved a few times over the years to where it is now with only a couple games going, usually 1/2 and 2/4. Not much for comps here.
They had full pay bonus poker at the .25 level the last time I was there. Gave them 5 stars in food and drink because of the variety of choices you can go blue plate or a la carte. The neighborhood is shakey but if the Red Dragon Casino becomes a reality it should improve. Another advantage is taking the 108 from the airport it will leave you across the street from the Stratosphere.
A Little Isolated, but fun
I have stayed at the Stratosphere before and would not hesitate to stay there again -- even though it is a bit isolated from other properties. Not a big issue however, as one can take the "Deuce" bus up and down the strip, as well as to Fremont Street.
The Strat has one of my favorite Sportsbooks, as well as decent food. I am not a big slot player, but I have won money on both visits.
Also got a kick out of the topless rock 'n roll vampire show "Bite." The girls and acrobatics were hot and the whole thing so ridiculous it was actually entertaining in a funny way.
I have also found the overall level of service throughout the Strat a bit better than many of the fancier and more famous properties. Everyone smiles and seem eager to help make your stay more enjoyable.
Another advantage of staying there is riding up to the top and enjoying the 360 view of Vegas.
Also has a lot of nice offers and promotions making for an affordable stay.
Straight Forward Review
Straight Forward Review based on my 2 week trip last month:
Stratosphere on North Strip
Top of World Restaurant
North end of strip
Many better options available
Top of the World Restaurant
All Hat, No Cattle
We were not impressed. The show was absolutely stupid, the food was mediocre, and the room was about like a Motel 6. The casino was so boring and I played poker in the poker room and it was practically depressing. The people who played there were nothing but a bunch of drunks and morons.
I remember when the Strat first opened, it was a pretty nice place. No more.
Top Of the World Restaurant is a Must See
I recommend visiting The Stratosphere for a few reasons. The #1 reason is the Top of The World Restaurant. It has an amazing view of the strip and the room rotates! Everything comes a la carte, so it can be expensive. Go for lunch and it won't be quite so bad. But the view is well worth it.
The rides on the top of Stratosphere are pretty awesome too. I believe I've ridden every ride up there, including the coaster which I believe is gone now. It's been a few years since I've been to Stratosphere, but I think I'll be going back there on my next trip.
Stratosphere Hotel & Casino
We have never stayed at the Stratosphere Hotel & Casino but have played and shopped there. They are currently owned by the same company that owns the Arizona Charlie's casinos so use the same player's card. We walked up the Stratosphere one time to see the shops. There is a restaurant on top and a scary ride.
Bright, wide open, fun place to play. Food is basic, but well prepared and presented. An excelllent value. The all day food pass is an even better value. Washing machines (complimentary) make packing easy for a week stay and saves checked baggage fees. Cocktail service is very attentive and friendly. $5. shoe blackjack with traditional rules. No chiseling here. Can't wait to go back.
Stratosphere Hotel and Casino
I stayed at Stratosphere Hotel for 4 nights during Super Bowl weekend. The rooms had been updated since I last stayed there a year prior and were not fancy but clean. Matress on bed was very nice, much improved from last stay.
Amber, my host, was very helpful. The biggest complaint I have is that they removed all of their 100% pay video poker games in the $.50 and $1 category. They no longer have any progressive video poker either.
It seems they keep putting in more and more penny slots and removing everything else. Stay away from the buffet. It is one of the worst in Vegas.
Good Service, rooms were clean
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