The Rio All-Suite Casino and Hotel

The Rio All-Suite
Casino and Hotel in Las Vegas,
Nevada, has been the venue for the World
Series of Poker
since 2004, when Harrah’s
acquired the rights to the poker tournament.

The move to the Rio
All-Suite Casino and Hotel has allowed the explosion of popularity surrounding
the World Series of Poker: the hotel has more than 2 500 suites, as well as
over 100 000 square feet of gaming space, including The Rio Poker Room.

Spectators and
participants planning to travel to
Las Vegas
for the 2009 World
Series of Poker
should plan well in advance as not only the Rio All-Suite
Casino and Hotel, but most hotels on The Strip, will be sold out for the
duration of the World Series.

Special pre-entrant
rates apply if you book your stay in advance. Click here to find out more.

The Rio All-Suite
Casino and Hotel boasts over 1 000 slot and video poker machines and offers a
daily $60 buy-in No-Limit Hold’em poker tournament with a
$40 add on.

Many other variants
of poker, including Seven-Card Stud,
are played, and in fact the Rio Poker Room will spread any game requested. As
well as poker, gamers can enjoy blackjack, craps and over 80 other table games.

Las Vegas Rio Venues

The Rio is at the
forefront of Las Vegas nightlife, hosting 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. Also a steakhouse, the VooDoo
Lounge offers breathtaking views of the Las Vegas Strip from indoor seating as
well as tables on the terrace.

See the VooDoo Lounge Virtual