Opened in 1946 by the infamous Bugsy Siegel, Flamingo Las Vegas offers 3,626 rooms and suites on the Strip. You can’t miss the Flamingo, across from Caesars Palace and next to The Cromwell, just off the intersection of Las Vegas Blvd. and Flamingo Road, the city’s busiest intersection. Visitors can pull into the porte-cochere about 3 miles from the airport. Here, an elevated, covered walkway leads to a Las Vegas Monorail station. A taxi station is available outside of the hotel. The Flamingo’s neon lights keep vintage Vegas alive. Flamingo offers views of the High Roller, the world’s tallest observation wheel that opened in 2014. Visitors can also enter from The LINQ promenade. Guests check in at the lobby where self check-in kiosks are now available. Dolly Sponko, a lobby ambassador (left), stands by as Alan Luecke of Austin, Texas uses a self-service check-in kiosk. A Go Luxury room with a Strip view features a king bed, work space and more. Find a mini fridge, coffee supplies and an ottoman in a Go Luxury room with a Strip view. A Go Luxury room with a Strip view features a wide, three-pane window and a large mirror. The bathroom is shown in a The bathroom in a Go Luxury room features a standing shower, marble vanity and vessel sink. Flamingo offers custom amenities from its spa in a Go Luxury room. This Go Luxury room with a Strip view offers a glimpse over Caesars Palace with mountains as backdrop. A Go High Roller room features two queen beds and remote-controlled blackout drapes. A Go High Roller room promises a view of the High Roller. A Go High Roller room features a television, stereo and speakers. A Go Executive room features two queen beds and a work space. Find a standard ice bucket, glasses, paper cups, coffee, condiments and a coffee maker in a Go Luxury room. The closet in a Go Luxury room includes a safe. A full-sized ironing board, iron and laundry bag are also available in a Go Luxury room. The bedroom in a Go Cosmopolitan Suite features a king bed, a chair and wide windows with views over Vegas. A Go Cosmopolitan Suite features seating for five or six, a TV and stereo, and a work space in the living area. A Go Cosmopolitan Suite offers a dining table with seating for six in the living area. The bathroom’s double vanity features two vessel sinks and a TV screen in the mirror. A Go Cosmopolitan Suite bathroom offers luxury Gilchrest & Soames toiletries, including mouthwash and lip balm. The bathroom in a Go Cosmopolitan Suite features marble tile, a bathtub with jets and a spacious standing shower. A Go Cosmopolitan Suite includes a guest bathroom. A master bedroom in a Go Metropolitan Suite features darker tones, a king bed and a chaise lounge. A Go Metropolitan Suite features a sectional sofa, green accents and 1,400 to 1,600 square feet of space. A Go Metropolitan Suite offers a dining table with seating for six. A bar area in a Go Metropolitan Suite seats three with a flatscreen TV, coffee supplies and bar amenities. The bathroom in a Go Metropolitan Suite features a marble tiled standing shower, and a double vanity with large mirrors and vessel sinks. Find a whirlpool tub next to the vanity. Guests in a Go Metropolitan Suite will find luxury toiletries from Gilchrest & Soames. A bedroom in a Go Metropolitan Suite includes two queen beds. A bedroom in a Go Metropolitan Suite includes a chaise lounge and a flatscreen TV. A living area in a Go Metropolitan Suite offers a sectional couch and one of three entertainment centers. Robes hang in the closet of a bedroom in a Go Metropolitan Suite. The bedroom in a Go Mini-Suite features a king bed, chaise lounge and 42-inch flatscreen TV. A living area of a Go Mini-Suite features a pull-out couch and chair, TV and stereo, and work space. A Go Neapolitan Suite features a king bed, chaise lounge and wall of windows. The bathroom in a Go Neapolitan Suite features a double vanity with vessel sinks, a standing shower and a bathtub. The Paradise Garden Buffet offers panoramic views of the Wildlife Habitat. A worker prepares the Paradise Garden Buffet for breakfast, which includes an omelet station, waffles, pancakes, breakfast sandwiches, and brunch and lunch options like burgers. The floor-to-ceiling windows provide natural light and entertainment for buffet diners. Center Cut Steakhouse offers a more elevated dining experience on-site. Guests will find a classic steakhouse menu and two-for-one martinis during happy hour at Center Cut. Flamingo is home to the largest Margaritaville, a 12,000 square-foot, three-story Jimmy Buffet-themed casino and bar. Donny and Marie Osmond headline at the Flamingo, along with Olivia Newton-John who has extended her ‘Summer Nights’ residency. The hotel also hosts Jeff Civillico’s comedy show, Piff the Magic Dragon from ‘America’s Got Talent’, the X Burlesque show and university, and Legends in Concert. The fitness room features weight training equipment. Jarell Alicdan mans the lobby of the Spa at Flamingo. The women’s lobby of the Spa at Flamingo offers seating, magazines and flowers in a calming setting. Visitors can relax with massages, scrubs, wraps and a variety of treatments. The men’s lobby of the Spa at Flamingo offers seating, reading and television. Fresh fruit and fruit-infused water is available in the women’s lobby of the Spa at Flamingo. The Spa at Flamingo features a pair of Whirlpool tubs. Sliced cucumbers are ready on ice at the spa. The Spa at Flamingo features a dry sauna. A bathroom at the Spa at Flamingo offers robes, a double vanity and amenities. Surrounded by gardens, the Beach Club Pool offers 10 cabanas, daybeds and a cafe. Some guests have an aerial view of the Beach Club Pool. Chilean Flamingos preen in the Wildlife Habitat. Captain, a 20-year-old Macaw, gives a kiss to lead wildlife specialist Jackie Liptak. Childen watch as lead wildlife specialist Jackie Liptak feeds Virginia, a California Brown Pelican. An Australian Black Swan is among the 30 species of birds and animals in the Wildlife Habitat. White-faced Whistling Ducks peck in the Wildlife Habitat. Virginia, a California Brown Pelican, has wing damage and came to the habitat from a pelican rescue organization. The waterfalls set a tropical tone in the Wildlife Habitat. Japanese Koi swim in the Wildlife Habitat. A Wood Duck drake swims in the Wildlife Habitat, which attracts migrating birds. Turtles swim in the Wildlife Habitat. Flamingo hosts weddings at its Garden Chapel, one of seven venues on the property. The inside of the Garden Chapel offers pews, candles and flowers. The Garden Chapel hosts this outdoor venue with greenery. The Garden Chapel hosts a bridal preparation room. A mermaid statue is one of the few remnants of the original Flamingo. A fountain at the Flamingo features flamingo statues and flower pots. A plaque offers insight into the history of Bugsy Siegel’s ownership of the hotel. Commemorative bricks can be purchased for $150 to preserve special occasions. A gift shop offers stuffed flamingos. Flamingo offers valet parking and free self-parking in its covered garage. The parking garage offers free charging stations for electric cars.