Let’s face it. A lot of guests are going to Hooters Casino Hotel for beautiful women in the skimpy orange shorts and tight tank tops. And possibly the famous chicken wings. And you’ll find that at the hotel’s Hooters Restaurant. But the hotel has other things to offer besides the eye candy. Located just one block east of the Strip on Tropicana Avenue and only one mile from McCarran International Airport, Hooters puts you close to the action on the Strip, without actually being on the Las Vegas Strip. Guests will find a beachy atmosphere, casual Florida-style rooms, restaurants, bars and a bustling casino. In the casino the action is all Hooters, all the time. Several Hooters-themed slots, such as Blazen Hooters, can be found among the machines spread throughout the gaming floor. Plus Hooters Girls handle the cocktail service in the casino. There is also a poker room and a William Hill sports book. Most pools in Vegas close at night but at Hooters the pool area is open 24/7 and features two tropical themed pools, complete with a waterfall. There are also daybeds for rent. And yes, Hooters Girls are on hand to serve up cold beverages at the pool bar. While the pool is open yearround, the pool bar and cocktail service is seasonal and closed in the winter. Between gambling, swimming and ogling, the typical Hooters guest can work up quite an appetite. But hunger is never an issue. Along with breakfast, lunch, dinner and, of course, chicken wings in the 24-hour Hooters Restaurant, you can enjoy fine dinner offerings in Mad Onion Fine Food & Spirits. They’re known for their $10.99 prime rib dinner. You can also pop into The Bait Shoppe for snacks, coffee and Krispy Kreme donuts. If it’s drinks you’re looking for, The Saloon is a bar and lounge with plenty of cocktails and live music. Pete & Shorty’s serves cold brews and there are more than 20 42-inch plasma televisions where you can catch all of your favorite sports action. We know the Hooters Girls are entertaining, but if you’re looking for a more typical Vegas show, the Night Owl Showroom is home to Kevin Lepine, who hypnotizes audience members to do funny and possibly naughty things in “Hypnosis Unleashed.”

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