1. Wynn Las Vegas - One of the Strip's newest casinos, the Wynn Las Vegas opened in April 2005 and allegedly cost owner Steve Wynn in excess of 2.5 million US dollars. Supposedly the richest and most expensive casino in the world let alone Vegas, it aims to appeal only the uppermost rollers, with all from a stunning waterfall on site.
2. MGM Grand - Known more for the fact it houses a lion display within the hotel and casino itself, the MGM Grand isn't well-known for being a greatly rich creation itself. That is, till you take into thought that it is part of the MGM group, with just a minor share of the brand possessing almost a dozen casinos in Las Vegas. Once this is understood, the worth of the MGM Grand can be measured enormously.
3. The Palms - Related to a great deal of further casinos on the Las Vegas strip, the Palms isn't straightaway identifiable by name as a casino. What makes people grasp that they've got of the Palms before is when they become alert that it's the hotel and casino which has the 40,000 US dollar a night Playboy suite. Located at the top of the 702 room hotel, the Playboy suite's primary feature is its striking outdoor balcony-cum-swimming-Jacuzzi, which deals spectacular outlooks of the lights of Las Vegas.
4. The Venetian - When the Venetian released its doors in May 1999, it was one of the most luxurious casinos ever built, costing 1.5 billion US dollars to develop. Taking a whole array of Venetian themed areas, most superbly real gondolas on a waterway that runs through the hotel and casino, it was deeply renewed 7 years ago in 2003 and as part of the biggest five star resort in the world, has well above 8,000 rooms.
5. Caesar's Palace - Perhaps the most unforgettable and identifiable of any Las Vegas casino, Caesar's Palace is also one of the Strip's lengthiest traditional casinos, first opening its doors to the community nearly 45 years ago in 1966. Like the MGM Grand, Caesar's Palace isn't an excessively rich casino by itself. Since it became incorporated under the Harrah's Entertainment umbrella in 2005, though, it's been part of a firm that turns over a testified 10 billion US dollars each year, putting Caesar's Palace high up on the list of the richest casinos not only in Las Vegas, but in the world.