Stratosphere Las Vegas in Los Angeles

Stratosphere Las Vegas in Los Angeles

Stratosphere Las Vegas in Los Angeles
Stratosphere Las Vegas in Los Angeles

The tallest building in Las Vegas, the funniest attractions of “Sin City” and the most unforgettable view of sultry Nevada - all this is the Stratosphere Hotel and Casino. You can spend the whole day here and not regret a single minute: try your luck at the gambling table, tickle your nerves on the attractions and drink a glass of champagne in the first-class revolving restaurant. Reaching an impressive 350 meters in height, the Stratosphere is packed with all kinds of entertainment and is considered one of the most interesting places in Vegas.

In a spacious casino with an area of 7000 sq. m there are 750 slot machines and 44 tables for craps, baccarat and roulette. Blackjack fans are offered some of the lowest bets on the entire Strip - 5 USD versus the traditional 10 USD.

And the main source of adrenaline is the Stratosphere attractions. They impress even a seasoned tourist - Port Aventura and Disneyland nervously smoke on the sidelines when travelers take off on a free flight from the height of the 108th floor. They say you can't hear the rumble of the Strip here (or it's simply drowned out by the squeals of visitors).

The High Roller is the tallest roller coaster in the world: at an altitude of 277 m, an open carriage slides away from the tower, sways and brakes sharply. Nothing special, just terribly scary.

The Big Shot, located at an altitude of 329 m, is the highest attraction in the world. It’s definitely worth a ride: the seats, mounted on a square frame, rise and fall along the tower’s spire, and acceleration and braking occur in ultra-high-speed mode.

Practical Information

Address: Las Vegas, 2000 S Las Vegas Blvd.

How to get there: by Deuce bus from the stop. SB Las Vegas before Fremont to the stop. SB Las Vegas after Main.

Opening hours: Monday–Thursday, 11:00 to 1:00; Friday - Sunday, 11:00 to 2:00. Entrance: 20 USD. Prices on the page are for February 2021.

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