|By far today the most child-friendly
hotel on the Strip is Circus Circus.
This was opened in 1968 and was the first show that offered entertainment
for young and old. It was only in 1974, when the resort was bought by
William Bennett, that a hotel which quickly developed into a well-loved
favorite of families arose.
The hotel, which is guarded by a 120 feet high neon clown and lies on the
northern part of the Las Vegas Strip, possesses 3 casinos, spread over a 9
500 square meter surface. The main casino resembles a circus tent with a
The main attraction at Circus Circus is the Adventuredome, which was added
to the hotel in 1993 and counts as the largest covered leisure-park in the
The leisure park contains Pike's Pass - an 18-hole mini-golf course, the
carousel Chaos, Sling Shot – visitors are shot up 100 feet and down again on
a pole at a considerable speed, the climbing wall Xtreme Zone and America’s
largest covered roller-coaster, called the Canyon Blaster, with double-loop
and double corkscrew train-ride.
Number of Rooms: 3,773
101,286 square feet
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