Aquarius Casino Resort is a hotel and casino located on the bank of the Colorado River in Laughlin, Nevada. It is owned and operated by Golden Entertainment and is the largest hotel in Laughlin. On August 1, 1990, it opened as Flamingo Hilton Laughlin. In October 2000, Hilton broke off with Bally Entertainment Corporation and the hotel’s name was changed to just the Flamingo Laughlin. Flamingo Laughlin became Aquarius Casino Resort on November 24, 2006. On April 22, 2007, an agreement to purchase the Flamingo Laughlin was signed with Whitehall Street Real Estate Partners, a division of Goldman Sachs. In October 2017, Golden Entertainment closed its $850 million purchase of American Casino & Entertainment Properties which expanded the company’s casino portfolio by four: the Stratosphere Las Vegas, Arizona Charlie’s Boulder, Arizona Charlie’s Decatur, and the Aquarius Casino Resort.
From the heart of the Riverwalk in Laughlin, Nevada, the Aquarius Casino Resort is at the epicenter of Laughlin casinos. Massive renovations at The Aquarius are raising the bar for Laughlin hotels and casinos, giving guests Vegas-style gaming, entertainment and accommodations at ultra affordable Laughlin hotel rates. Down-to-earth hospitality and twenty-six million dollars turned the Aquarius casino into one of the premier gaming destinations in Laughlin
Aquarius has two 18-floor towers with 1,907 rooms and suites that overlook the Colorado River. The casino, with an area of 5,302 m2, has more than 1,200 slot machines and over 30 table games, as well as a race and sports book. The casino at Aquarius has all your favorite table games, like: Blackjack, Craps, Roulette, High Card Flush, Let it Ride Poker, Three Card Poker, Emperor’s Challenge Pia Gow Poker or Ultimate Texas Hold ‘Em.
The property includes a business center, fitness center, pool and tennis courts. The Aquarius also has a tour boat, the Celebration, which takes visitors on a tour of the Colorado River area of Laughlin. On March 2017, Aquarius Casino Resort announces the grand opening of their new $5 Million resort-style pool open exclusively for Aquarius hotel guests. Located on the southeast corner of the property, the area offers tremendous views of the Colorado River, along with amenities including more than 100 chaise lounges, 9 private cabanas, two hot tubs and an intimate grass area for small concerts and recreational activities.