Under pink-glass roofs, The Adventuredome—at five acres—is America’s largest indoor theme park. It includes a double-loop, double-corkscrew roller coaster and other thrill rides; climbing rock and bungee trampoline; boat ride with 60-foot water plunge; laser-tag arena and bumper cars; Ferris wheel and circus-animal carousel; carnival, video, and virtual-reality games; kiddie games and rides; miniature golf and IMAX films; and free clown shows.
Twice hourly between 11 AM and midnight in the main casino, Circus Circus Midway presents free circus shows. A huge midway of carnival games surrounds the stage.
Three casinos supply 101,000 square feet of poker, slots, video poker, single-deck blackjack, craps, roulette, pai gow, Caribbean poker, keno, and a race and sports book with individual televisions at seats.
THE Steakhouse – Consistently voted Las Vegas’ best in local newspaper polls, this classic steakhouse features aged beef and fresh seafood served in setting of red-leather booths, dark-green walls, and gleaming mahogany. On Sundays, a champagne brunch features fine linens, silver serving pieces, and dishes from the copper-hooded mesquite grill.
Stivali Italian Ristorante – Traditional Italian dishes in an opulent but casual ambience.
Blue Iguana – Mexican cuisine and margaritas are served here, with 30 tequilas at the Cantina Bar.
Circus Circus offers 3,773 guestrooms in four towers ranging from 15 to 35 stories and five, three-story buildings. Rooms are decorated in maroon and navy, with light-colored wood furniture. Circus prints brighten the walls. Amenities include climate control, pay movies, irons and ironing boards (on request).