Top 10 Brick and Mortar Casinos in Las Vegas with Sportsbooks
Vegas is super famous for its strip of casino and hotel resorts. But if you prefer betting on the Broncos rather than blackjack, take advantage of one of the casino’s sportsbooks.
Vegas sportsbooks are the ultimate way to enjoy sports betting, with games on monster high-definition screens, plush seats, great food and bar service, and surrounded by fellow sports fans in a party-like atmosphere. What could be better? Here are some of the best sportsbooks you can find for your next trip to Sin City.
1. MGM Grand
The sportsbook of the MGM Grand is pretty impressive with its custom-made sports betting venue. The circular room is filled with 60 screens streaming simultaneously. The highlight here are the four exclusive skyboxes on the second floor, which are perfect when you’re traveling with a group of buddies. They can seat 10-20 people and even come with their own drink server. How’s that for the “Grand” treatment?
Of course, the MGM Grand provides more than just a great seating arrangement! Bettors have endless wagering options for every sport under the sun on offer, and have a huge variety of futures and propositional bets at their fingertips for some of the biggest events in the sporting calendar.
2. The Mandalay
The Mandalay is a high-class casino and resort at the south end of the strip. The Mandalay sportsbook is nicely-organised, with sports on the right and a smaller, separate area dedicated to racing on the left.
The sports area is spacious with seating for about 120 bettors, and is kitted out with ultra-modern, large-screen TVs. There’s additional seating in the racebook area that include individual viewing monitors.
All the major sports and leagues are present, from the NFL to NBA, UFC, golf and more. There are also a great range of betting options that include pari-mutuel wagering on tracks, baseball sides and totals (pro and college), plus futures for all major sporting events.
3. The Aria
The Aria sportsbook offers swanky leather chairs and sofas in a non-smoking environment.
Their most amazing feature is their not one but two 220” TV screens. That’s stadium size, by the way. This means you’ll never miss a pass, touchdown, or homerun.
Betting options available are pretty standard with all your standard favorites like point spread, moneyline, and totals on offer. Don’t want to wait in line to place your racing bet? They offer self-betting via eight Individual Player Terminals (IPT), and two stations for all other sports.
4. The Mirage
The Mirage sportsbook has 10 large, state-of-the-art HD projection screens to give the ultimate sports viewing experience. Make it more special by reserving a seat in the new VIP area. Some of the spots have interactive tables where you can watch any premier sporting events of your choice, play games, book shows, and make dinner reservations – all without leaving your seat.
With regards to the betting options, The Mirage has everything you’d expect and then some. They are also the only Vegas sportsbook which offers betting lines for the women’s NCAA tournament games.
5. Red Rock Casino
For 24/7 sports viewing and gambling, head over to the sportsbook at the Red Rock Casino. They have one of the best atmospheres in Vegas (and the 18x96ft screen area is a sports lover’s dream)! They’ve also got over 200 individual monitors, as well as 18 IPTs for racing enthusiasts who don’t want to wait in line to place their bet.
You’ll find a huge variety of wagers on offer, including futures and halftime bets. Whether you’re into boxing, soccer, tennis, horse racing or NASCAR, the Red Rock Casino sportsbook has got you covered.
6. The Wynn
The Wynn is, hands down, one of the most luxurious casino resorts in Vegas, and their sportsbook is certainly no different. With dark wood interior and leather swivel armchairs complete with drink holders, The Wynn sportsbook is an incredibly comfortable place to watch your favorite sports. Just sit back and watch the action unfold on the 1,600-square-foot, wraparound LED video screen.
The race book at the Wynn is unique. Not only does it offer future bets on horse racing for most tournaments, you can also take your pick from all the usual sports bets, including straights, props, and futures.
7. The Bellagio
One could argue that you can’t go to Vegas and not visit the Bellagio. Their fountains are one of the most instantly-recognizable Vegas sites, and the water and light show is not to be missed. The Bellagio sportsbook is another of the casino’s unmissable features.
The venue boasts almost 200 seats, plus a lounge area with comfy leather seats and 100 individual viewing desks with screens. Speaking of screens, they have 51 TVs plus 13 jumbo screens on the main wall!
There are multiple betting windows with friendly staff who are ready and willing to accept wagers on money lines, unique props, and continually-updated futures.
8. Caesar’s Palace
Caesar’s Palace is the natural home for sporting events in Vegas. The resort has hosted some of the most iconic sporting events in history, such as boxing fights starring the great Muhammad Ali and daredevil Evel Knievel.
The Caesar’s Palace sportsbook has plenty of viewing options, from 6 massive TV screens for the major sports, to individual flat screen TVs. It’s the sheer number of available lines, however, that put this book on the gambling map. They have straight bets, parlays, mutuel betting, props, and rivalry bets.
9. The Westgate
The Westgate sportsbook is one of the largest in Sin City. They pride themselves on having the world’s largest LED video wall, measuring a staggering 240 feet wide and 20 feet tall. With 400 seats, private booths, and individual desks, it’s the perfect sportsbook for groups or the lone gambler.
Whatever sports you’re into, you can be sure that the Westgate has it. Plus, their list of betting options is endless. Bettors can pick and choose from division odds, pro football lines, weekly propositions, international events, future odds, and many more.
10. The Cosmopolitan
A recent makeover has doubled the size of the Cosmopolitan sportsbook, meaning double the fun. It’s powered by CG Technology and features LED video walls with dozens of HD televisions that show both sports and races.
The sportsbook provides a variety of seating areas, with about 50 seats between the lounge area and the bar, and VIP areas kitted out with individual 90-inch high-definition TVs.
Being slightly smaller than some of the other sportsbooks, doesn’t mean their betting offer is any less awesome. You can find all your usual and favorite lines offered at The Cosmopolitan sportsbook.
Stick to the list and you’re sure to be in bettor’s paradise! Don’t see your favorite Vegas sportsbook? Let us know in the comments below!