The Noisiest Casinos in Las Vegas

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Colm Phelan

Updated by Colm Phelan

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Last Updated 15th Jul 2024, 01:08 PM

The Noisiest Casinos in Las Vegas

If I were looking for peace and quiet, there are a lot of places I might go: a cozy cabin in the woods, a house overlooking a serene lake - probably not Las Vegas, Nevada. But nonetheless, there are a few casinos where you’ll find a much quieter experience than others. 

As you can probably imagine, a quieter room goes hand-in-hand with a few factors, like staying at a more expensive resort (with better soundproofing) or venturing a little further away from the debauchery of the Strip. But it’s not always quite that simple, so we decided to take an in-depth look. 

Our team diligently scanned Tripadvisor reviews, looking for mentions of keywords like "loud," "noisy," and, worst of all, "deafening.” Based on the percentage of mentions, we gave each casino a noise rating and ranked them from loudest to quietest. 

As there are over 100 casinos in Las Vegas and Nevada, we couldn’t rank them all, so we chose these for our sample based on who have the most visitors: 

  • Rio Hotel & Casino
  • Bellagio Las Vegas
  • The Venetian Resort
  • Westgate Las Vegas Resort & Casino
  • Treasure Island - TI Hotel & Casino, a Radisson Hotel
  • Golden Nugget Hotel
  • Luxor Hotel & Casino
  • Park MGM Las Vegas
  • Caesars Palace
  • Aria Resort & Casino
  • Rio Hotel & Casino
  • Wynn Las Vegas
  • Mandalay Bay Resort & Casino
  • Excalibur Hotel & Casino
  • The Orleans Hotel & Casino
  • The Mirage Hotel & Casino
  • Tuscany Suites & Casino
  • Planet Hollywood Las Vegas Resort & Casino
  • Flamingo Las Vegas
  • The LINQ Hotel + Experience
  • Horseshoe Las Vegas
  • Harrah's Las Vegas Hotel & Casino
  • New York - New York Hotel & Casino
  • The Palazzo at The Venetian
  • Plaza Hotel & Casino
  • South Point Hotel and Casino
  • Encore At Wynn Las Vegas

And on that note, please consider your options if a quiet holiday is what you're chasing. Vegas might not be the wisest choice. 

Noisiest Casinos in Las Vegas listed

We’re happy (or unhappy) to report that the Linq was rated as the loudest casino in Las Vegas, with a rating of 10.15%. There were 550 mentions of the word "noisy,” and 99 people even referred to it as "blaring.” It’s easy to see why. 

Located right off the bustling Linq Promenade, it’s no surprise that hundreds of people ziplining, even more lining up for the High Roller wheel, and even some stumbling out of O’Shea’s pub with a frozen Baileys (highly recommended by the team) wouldn’t exactly be quiet. 

One review said, “The hotel is loud, everywhere. We paid extra for a poolside room, and it’s like being at a club while in our room." 

Okay, okay but seriously, what do you expect in Vegas?

The Golden Nugget placed next on the list with 8.74% on the Loud Scale. The Golden Nugget is right in the middle of Fremont Street, which is one of the busiest places in Las Vegas, and we attest to the fact that it’s hard to even hear yourself think in the Golden Nugget Casino (but hey, if the slot machines are noisy, that means people are winning, right?). 

“There is no way to describe this level of noise other than comparing it to a car driving by with bass turned all the way up so you can actually feel the decibels," said one unhappy reviewer. 

Rounding out the top three noisiest casinos was The Plaza, with 7.85%. 272 reviews used the word "noisy,"  while another 55 called it “annoying.” “The only thing I was not that happy with was the Luxe room. 

Of course it was on the Fremont Street side (so loud).” So the trick here would be to try to get a room that doesn’t face Fremont Street if you want a good night’s sleep.  

Top 5 Noisiest Casinos in Las Vegas listed

On the flip side, we can give you some recommendations of where you could go for a quieter stay. The quietest casino according to our rankings is Caesars Palace, which got just 2.29% on the scale. 

“Our bed was super comfortable, and the corridors were quiet during the night, which was reassuring, given the reputation Vegas has for being a 24 hour city," said one review. 

Again, you’re probably best off staying on the side that doesn’t face the Strip, as Caesars is pretty close to where all the action takes place. 

Faring almost as well as Caesars was the Bellagio, with 3.11%. Despite being at the center of the Strip and having crowds gathering outside to see the fountain show every day, not one review used the word “deafening” or "roaring," and although 18 people mentioned a “headache,” we’re guessing a lot of them were referring to the after effects of a few too many drinks the night before. 

Methodology utilized Tripadvisor reviews to do an in-depth analysis of phrases associated with noise to determine the most noisy casino in Las Vegas. We calculated the percentage of mentions in the total number of Tripadvisor reviews.

Keywords tracked: Loud, Noisy, Annoying, Deafening, Blaring, Headache, Roaring


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