Which Vegas Hotel Belongs to Which Group?

So many times we refer to the ‘MGM group’ or the ‘Caesars Entertainment Group’ or other resorts ‘groups’ in Las Vegas. But which hotels belong to these ‘groups’? Hopefully this page will answer this question satisfactorily.

Las Vegas Hotels belonging to Caesars’ Entertainment Group: Flamingo (mid Strip), the Linq (mid to North Strip), the Cromwell (mid Strip), Bally’s (mid Strip), Caesars Palace (mid Strip) Planet Hollywood (South to Mid Strip), Paris (mid Strip) Rio (off Strip but linked with free shuttle service to the Strip), Harrah’s (mid to North Strip), Nobu Hotel at Caesars Palace (mid Strip) and of course the new Cromwell.

Las Vegas Hotels belonging to MGM Resorts International: Aria (mid Strip), Bellagio (mid Strip), Vdara (mid Strip), MGM Grand (South Strip), Skylofts at MGM (South Strip), the Signature at MGM (South Strip), Mandalay Bay (South Strip), theHotel at Mandalay Bay (South Strip), Mirage (mid to North Strip), Monte Carlo (almost mid Strip), New York New York (South to Mid Strip), Excalibur (South Strip), Luxor (South Strip), Circus Circus (North Strip), Railroad Pass (in Henderson, away from the Strip).

Las Vegas Hotels belonging to Boyd Gaming: the Orleans (off Strip linked via free shuttle service to mid Strip), Gold Coast (off Strip linked via a good free shuttle service to mid Strip), Suncoast (off Strip), Sam’s Town (off Strip), California (off Strip), Freemont (downtown Vegas, on famous Freemont Street), Main Street Station (downtown Vegas).

⇒News:  Penn National Gaming, which owns the stunning M Resort, have bought Tropicana!  This means that their generous players program will now hopefully extend to Tropicana and, more importantly, that you will hopefully be able to use a free shuttle between the 2 resorts.

More coming soon. If you want to ‘nudge’ us about this list, feel free to do!

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