Rio All-Suite Hotel and Casino

The Rio All-Suite Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas, Nevada, is one of the premier hotel and casino resorts in North America. The Rio has been the venue for the World Series of Poker since 2004, when Harrah’s Entertainment acquired the rights to this prestigious poker tournament.

The Rio All-Suite Hotel and Casino has more than 2 500 suites, each over 600 square feet in proportion.

The Casino at the Rio

The Rio All-Suite Hotel and Casino Resort is home to more than 100 000 square feet of gaming space, including the famous Rio Poker Room.

The casino boasts over 1 200 video poker and slot machines and offers a daily $60 buy-in No-Limit Hold’em poker tournament. Many other variants of poker are played and, in fact, the Rio Poker Room will actually spread any game requested. Gamers can also enjoy blackjack, craps and over 80 other table games.

The casino at the Rio All-Suite also offers a full Race and Sports Book facility, located next to the Rio Poker Room. This provides punters with 60 flat screen TVs, as well as 6 strategically positioned big screens on which to follow the action from some of the top racetracks across the United States.


The Rio All-Suite Hotel and Casino is one of the glitzy hotel and casino resorts at the forefront of Las Vegas nightlife. The Rio hosts a number of popular venues including VooDoo Lounge, Flirt and Lucky Strike.

Superb tenpin bowling can be found at the Lucky Strikes Lane – set in 1960s Hollywood – where patrons can enjoy specialty cocktails, draft beer and good food.

The VooDoo Lounge, meanwhile, floats above the city of Las Vegas on the 50th and 51st floors of the Rio All-Suite Hotel and Casino. The VooDoo Lounge, which doubles as a first-rate steakhouse, offers breathtaking views of the Las Vegas Strip from both indoor and terrace seating at this spectacular hotel and casino resort.

See the VooDoo Lounge Virtual Tour.