Stratosphere Casino, Hotel & Tower

Stratosphere Casino, Hotel & Tower

Map
2000 Las Vegas Blvd. S., Las Vegas, NV 89104, United States

Rising 1,149 feet above the Strip, the Stratosphere Tower is the tallest structure in Las Vegas. Its two observation decks make it especially popular among pint-sized travelers; though parents can’t help but love the views from the revolving Top of the World restaurant (one of six at the hotel). The tower also has four thrill rides, including Big Shot—which catapults riders 160 feet into the air—and SkyJump Las Vegas, a controlled free fall from the 108th floor. The 2,427 guest rooms are basic but comfortable; “select” rooms contain updated amenities like marble floors and flat-screen TV’s.

Other Nearby Hotels
travel package
The Platinum Hotel, a non-gaming, non-smoking h... Read More
camera and maps
One of the Strip’s most massive complexes, the ... Read More
suitcase
Two words: shark reef. At 1.6 million gallons, ... Read More
photos
What kid wouldn’t love a hotel fronted by a gia... Read More
camera and maps
MGM, with its more than 5,000 rooms, is so big,... Read More
photos
Once the down-and-out Lady Luck, this 629-room ... Read More
Nearby Restaurants
photos
Chef Mitsuo Endo’s Raku—a Japanese-style grill ... Read More
journal
Kerry Simon has been known as “The Rock ‘n Roll... Read More
travel package
Chef Scott Conant somehow finds time to run his... Read More
suitcase
Restaurant Guy Savoy is a hushed jewel box of a... Read More
photos
In a single week at the Wynn Las Vegas’s Bartol... Read More
travel package
Piero’s has been a hotspot for gangsters and th... Read More
Nearby Things to Do
journal
Circus Circus is a must-see stop for film buffs... Read More
travel package
When it was simply the Neon Boneyard – a collec... Read More
journal
This former federal courthouse—where such landm... Read More
camera and maps
Downtown Las Vegas was a tourist draw in the 19... Read More
camera and maps
The oldest freestanding bar in Las Vegas, Atomi... Read More
journal
After years of operating as the “Neon Boneyard”... Read More
Advertisement
Advertisement