Looking for a great place to see Super Bowl 2020 in Las Vegas? Some of the best picks by Shelley Stepanek
Relax in their 10,000-square-foot Aria Race & Sports Book. Conveniently located off the main floor of Aria. Kick back on comfortable couches or chairs each with a separate monitor. There are 90 monitors throughout the sports book along with two 9-foot by 16-foot big screen televisions. While at the Aria, the ladies can enjoy shopping at Crystals.
The Bellagio race and sports book is absolutely luxurious. Tucked away in a corner of the hotel, the sports book is open and inviting, yet more intimate than some of the larger sports books elsewhere in town.
From deep, plush leather chairs to perfect service, there is definitely elegance here. Always catering to high rolling sports fans, the Bellagio has some of the highest betting limits in town. There are 51 TVs along with 99 individual desks.
Take a stroll thru the elegant Bellagio flower gardens, simply amazing.
Rather dark and atmospheric, the Caesars race and sports book is a “mega-book.” This is a huge and exciting venue with plenty of seats that have individual TV monitors for horseplayers, and race and sports fans alike can follow the action on several monstrous TV screens and an immense number of smaller monitors. There are six 12 x 15-foot screens, 12 50-inch plasmas and a 20 by 50-foot LED board, along with 140 sports seats with a 12-inch flat screen at every table. Caesars is attached to the wonderful Forum Shops, hundreds of high-end venues.
Green Valley Ranch
Located 10 minutes from the Strip, the huge race and sports book at Green Valley Ranch is a locals favorite; 200-plus screens, many plasma, display sporting events of all types. Keep the wife happy with restaurants and shopping within 100 yards at the shopping center.
The Hard Rock on the strip, just north of MGM could be the perfect venue for music-loving sports fans. Bets on the games can be placed at the sports book. The “world’s first rock ‘n’ roll hotel and casino” is always full of action, with 6 HD projectors, which can change up to 25 screens total, the sports book at Hard Rock offers a smaller experience than most others found in Vegas. It’s right next door to M & M’s chocolates.
Lagasse’s Stadium at the Palazzo
Lagasse’s Stadium at the Palazzo features plenty of pillows to sink into and watch your favorite game. They have a 10-foot by 20-foot projection screen, complete with stadium style seating. Even better, Lagasse’s Stadium has a full menu and bar designed by Emeril Lagasse. Stroll the many elegant shops in the Palazzo.
Hosting 84 TV screens and 300 seats, the sports book at Mandalay Bay is easily one of the best in town. They offer some of the highest betting limits in all sports, where at times they accept up to $100,000 or more for the Super Bowl.
This sports book offers an expansive, state-of-the-art vantage point into the game. VIP seats here are great to relax in. Close to the sports book, the Centrifuge Bar is relaxing. There are seats for 104 people and screens including 36 65-inch televisions and 24 42-inch plasma televisions.
Celebrate the “Big Game” at OYO Hotel & Casino Las Vegas. Right next to the Tropicana, one block from the Las Vegas Strip, OYO has free parking and plenty of places to check out the game.
Starting at $119 per person (+ taxes and fees), the package includes guaranteed seating at one of the property’s fan-favorite dining outlets, all-you-can-eat buffet, all-you-can-drink domestic draft beer and more.
The buffet will feature game day beef hot dogs with condiments, beer braised-brats with sautéed peppers and onions, a build-your-own nacho bar, deli meat sandwiches and of course, Hooters world-famous chicken wings, among other items. Food will start from 2:00 p.m. until the end of regulation time in the game. Chef Rick Giffen has put together a great menu, as he does every day.