Nevada is well known the world over for its casinos. While there are quite a few places for sightseeing, tourists visit Nevada more for the famed gambling experience than anything else. Casinos are aplenty in Nevada with Las Vegas bagging the top slot for the maximum number of casinos.
The common features in most of Nevada casinos are their slot machines, table games and several dining and entertainment options. Upscale casinos as well as moderate no frills casinos can be found in Nevada. The type of services offered by Nevada casinos is such that casino owners all over the world come to Nevada to learn more about the business. They in fact, model their casinos after Nevada casinos.
The Aladdin Resort & Casino, The Bellagio, Mandalay Bay Resort & Casino, The MGM Grand, Caesars Palace, The Excalibur Hotel & Casino, The Mirage, Hard Rock Hotel and Casino, are a few of the upscale casinos located in Las Vegas, Nevada. Thousands of slot machines and hundreds of table games are common to all these upscale casinos.
Many of these casinos feature special shows for their patrons. Broadway shows, musical performances by top artistes, boxing matches and the like are held often in Nevada casinos. The popularity of these shows brings in patrons on a regular basis, which in turn ensures business for the card tables and slot machines. All Nevada casinos are so consumer friendly and hospitable that patrons feel tempted to stay for longer hours, and as a result, spend more money.
Looking beyond Las Vegas one can find good casinos in Reno and Carson City. Reno is home to the Atlantis Casino & Resort, Harrah’s and the Sands Regency Casino Hotel among others. Carson City holds out the temptations of the Silver Dollar Casino and the Carson Nugget, notable among the many other casinos in the city.
Almost all cities of Nevada have casinos. Visitors to these Nevada casinos find the experience unforgettable and often go back for more.