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The faithful and steadfast San Remo (a shortened Italian variation of the name Remus) has apparently become the patron saint of Silicone and Hot Pants. In August 2004, it was announced that the San Remo would swap spit with the Hooters Restaurant/Airline Chain to make the deliciously dicey joint "Hooters Hotel and Casino". We aren't big fans of Hooters in general, but the prospect of having the elegant and underappreciated San Remo develop into a slightly more happening joint on Tropicana Blvd is exciting to us. It makes perfect sense though... T & A Hooters branding will surely poach a handful of customers from MGM and the nearly extinct Tropicana as well as make the lights just bright enough for Hard Rock and Palms swingers to take a second look. Its a gamble for sure, but one that will probably pay off.

Hooters Cool Stuff:

Photos of the transformation of San Remo into Hooters Las Vegas
Read RockChickX51's review from May 2008

The Real Deal on Hooters:

Hooters Casino is pretty nice. Its cozy and bright and full of finely finished pine that was purchased at Home Depot (maybe). The blackjack dealers wear Hooters girls outfits. The bar in the front serves Margaritas and lots and lots of domestic beer. The main pit is somewhat small, 10-15 table games surrounded by slots of varying denominations. To the south east of the main pit (in and to the left) there are a bunch more table games manned by male dealers. The slots are generally tight, and theres lots of guys here. The ESPN crowd that can't afford the Hard Rock - college guys.

The Casino at Hooters

Slots, Video Poker, Hooters Girls dealing Blackjack, Hold Em Poker (no limit & low limit), Roulette, Craps, Let It Ride, Pai Gow, Three Card Poker, Leroy's Sports Book, and Hooters Girls dealing Blackjack. Did we mention Hooters Girls dealing blackjack?

The Rooms at Hooters

With the brand new Hooters Hotel & Casino comes totally refurbished rooms complete with orange lampshades, trademark Hooters natural pine finishing and a healthy dollop of beach comber vibe. The rooms are brand spankin new from the ground up (sort of), suites have jacuzzis, some have outdoor terraces, but everything is reasonably clean and spiffy. No, Hooters girls do not come as standard amenities, you'll have to figure out that angle on your own.

The Restaurants at Hooters

Dan Marino's offers decent finger eats in an upscale (no not really) atmosphere. We recommend the Thai Chicken Lettuce wraps, they're just like what you'd get a PF Changs, but different. Hooters the same buff wingers and burgers you'll find at your local Hoots. Pete & Shorty's is a sports bar, no food. Dixie's Dam Country Bar - country and western bar open W-Sat nights, live bands too.

Reader Ratings & Reviews:

My Rating: 3 Jaredjensen posted on 6th February 2014 :

Small little joint with a good drink dea $2.50 Bud/Budlight and some good cheap wings. Nice place to gamble without a ton of people bugging you. One $3 Black Jack Table and 50 cent Roulette.

My Rating: 3 VegasMatt posted on 9th September 2013 :

OMG.. This place is truly a dump. But.. It's cheap. I stayed here once for 5 days because it was cheaper than staying at an extended stay. The staff is carefree but will help if you ask and the rooms are nothing impressive but I would recommend staying here if you have a tight budget.

My Rating: 3 JIMMYJDTRUCK posted on 4th October 2012 :


My Rating: 1 nascar494 posted on 21st February 2012 :

Do not park in the parking garage. Had all our stuff ripped off in the tme it took us to check in! Window broken out and stuff taken out through the window so the alarm on the rental car did not go off. At least I had my golf clubs in the trunk, so they didn't get them. Hooters offered me a 25% discount on my next stay, NO THANKS!

My Rating: 2 CWatts26 posted on 29th January 2011 :

Stayed here my second trip to Vegas in 2009. After canceling reservations with Stratosphere, and Sahara. Rooms were below average, Casino wasn't anything to special... did stay up to about 4am playing Roulette. Only thing I liked about Hooters was the location, since I'm a big fan of the South Strip and had MGM close by.

My Rating: 5 adztheman posted on 8th August 2010 :

I've stayed at this property twice..rooms are clean, comfortable and affordable..casino is rather small, but you'll find anything here you can find at the bigger properties just down the street..the Hooters Resturant here should be open far longer at night than it is currently, but that's a small gripe..if you're looking for an affordable, quiet place to stay in Vegas, this is a solid choice.

My Rating: 4 RoachClipCharly posted on 20th January 2009 :

Tits are cool.

My Rating: 4 srohwer posted on 30th November 1999 :

Stayed July 8-11 2007
$50 bucks a night for a clean, comfortable, quiet room to sleep in with pleasant responsive staff, hot Hooter's Girls, decent pool, and a stone's throw from the Strip.
3 Dice for 'swank' factor, 5 dice for value and service.

My Rating: 3 maintrainstation posted on 30th November 1999 :

I think the rooms at this off-strip property are closer to the strip than many of the rooms at on-strip resorts. Since this place is no longer trying to get upscale prices for the mid-level accommodations, this place can be quite convenient and comfortable for the price. In many ways the place is spiffed up, with a nice pool area and a comfortable bed. But it's still lipstick on the San Remo (the former incarnation of the property.) In my room, the TV reception was terrible, and clock-radio had to be close to 20 years old! I thought it was a riot that I landed a room in the "Ocean View" tower, in the middle of the desert.