Circa Resort and Casino in downtown Las Vegas is completely open. We’ve covered the progress of this new downtown Vegas casino from the initial announcement to the halfway point of construction to the casino opening in October. Now the hotel tower and Legacy Club openings. After two years entire Circa Resort and Casino is available for guests to stay, play, eat, and drink.
The Circa Resort hotel tower offers a variety of rooms and suites that can’t be found elsewhere in Downtown Las Vegas. Similarly, the Legacy Club is a level of luxury that most visitors won’t find elsewhere in the area.
“They say to save the best for last, and when you see our hotel tower and Legacy Club, you’ll see that’s exactly what we did,” said Derek Stevens, CEO of Circa. “Circa is now home to some of the most stunning hotel rooms and suites in all of the city and watching Las Vegas light up before your eyes from Legacy Club is one of those ‘wow’ moments you have to experience for yourself.”
Circa Hotel Rooms and Suites
The hotel tower at Circa Resort and Casino has a variety of standard rooms and suites with different options and views. Here’s a breakdown of the rooms you’re now able to book at Circa.
These are the rooms that most guests will experience. Even the entry-level rooms at Circa are an upgrade from what most downtown Las Vegas casinos offer. The Standard Rooms range in size from 403 to 752 square feet. Room types consist of a single king, double king, and flex kings.
The rooms have either single or double beds, multiple seating areas for relaxing or entertaining, nearly ceiling-height custom headboards, guest refrigerators, dual vanities, and 55-inch flat-screen HDTVs.
The 360-degree Circa Studio rooms are considered standard but are differently designed from the other standard rooms. These studio rooms feature defined living areas and beds. The 360-degree rooms have a king-size bed that is placed in the center of the room. The bed in the 360-degree studio at Circa is surrounded by floor-to-ceiling windows and amenities, transforming the space into a loft-like experience.
Circa’s traditional suite collection range in size from 822 to 1,612 square feet. These suites are only offered with one-bedroom accommodations. The regular suites feature large living rooms complete with floor-to-ceiling windows, sophisticated lounge-style furniture, a black quartz dining table, and a wet bar with a refrigerator. Every suite has a 65-inch HDTVs in every room.
The bedroom includes upgraded finishes, luxe bedding, and bathrooms with an oversized shower, a water closet, and double vanities.
Bunk Bed Rooms and Suites
Circa has Bunk Bed accommodations that are available in 713-square-foot rooms and 1,362-square-foot suites. The rooms include living rooms with a wet bar and refrigerator, a charger port for each bed, couches with views of the skyline through full-sized windows. The suites also offer a full dining area.
The Circa Bunk Bed suites and rooms feature two plush bunk beds to sleep four people and large bathrooms. These are a nice room option for large groups looking to share a single space.
The Bunk Bed rooms aren’t a new idea for Las Vegas. Flamingo introduced Bunk Bed rooms and suites in 2019. Downtown Grand previously offered this kind of room for a while in downtown Las Vegas. Those rooms are no longer available.
Circa has six Founders Suites that are its most luxe accommodations. These six suites average 1,831 square feet. These are the only two-bedroom suites at Circa. Each Founders Suite includes a bar with its own refrigerator and flat-screen TV located adjacent to floor-to-ceiling windows. There’s also an entertaining space with ample seating, a second flat-screen TV, and an electric fireplace.
Groups can gather around the suite’s black-quartz dining room table beneath a custom chandelier for meals any time of day. The Founders Suites include art installations, upgraded finishes, a signature scent, and a separate powder room.
Both of the large bedrooms have oversized bathrooms, separate vanity table, flat-screen HDTVs, and a seating area with views of Sin City.
Marc Meltzer covers Las Vegas, gaming and men’s lifestyle for various outlets. Check out his blog at Edge Vegas.
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