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5 Best Las Vegas Sportsbooks To Watch Super Bowl XLV

The Guide To Planning Your Super Bowl XLV Celebrations & Betting in Las Vegas

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1. LaGassie Stadium (Venetian/Palazzo) – If you’re at all interested in the wow factor, this is your baby. It’s a sportsbook/restaurant combination, and while you won’t see celeb chef Emerald LaGassie frying up burgers, his signature is all over the half-palace, half-destination-unto-itself. Where to start? Perhaps with the 10×20-foot high def TV at the centerpiece of the sportsbook, which is surrounded by dining tables and another 95 hi-defs. There are betting windows, but the book also is pushing in-game wagering with a small device the size of a cell phone.

It’s impossible to understate the opulence of this place. Food and drinks are reasonably priced. Possible drawback: You need reservations for big events, and it’s probably too late for the Super Bowl. Still, it’s worth a call (702-607-2665). And don’t confuse this with the Venetian sportsbook, which is excellent in its own right and will soon be expanding.

2. Las Vegas Hilton – This is the place if you want meat-and-potatoes betting. The main book is large enough (seats over 1,000), but the Hilton also uses a huge theatre to handle the overflow for big events or for those who don’t feel comfy in the main area. The Hilton is at its best in big events (NCAA basketball tournament, Super Bowl) because of a large number of betting windows.

The manager (Jay Kornegay) has made many improvements since coming over from the Imperial Palace, not the least of which is branding the Hilton as the place to go for prop bets – last year’s Super Bowl prop list ran to 8 pages and included hundreds of how-did-they-that-up props. Sports Betting at Sportsbook.com

3. Bellagio – Don’t expect much elbow room. The Bellagio book could fit in a corner of the Hilton. But, befitting the hotel itself, the cornerstone of the place is luxury. It will be all football during Super Bowl week, but in down times a TV is often set to financial news. It’s that kind of place. The seats are so soft your rear end will never get sore, and the cocktail waitresses won’t ask you to show them a betting ticket.

You want Grey Goose? Just ask. Problem is, the book is small and the chances of getting a seat for the Super Bowl are almost nil unless you sleep over on Saturday night, and security would probably have some unkind words for you.

4. Caesars Palace – First the down side. The book is a long walk from whatever door you enter this massive casino, and if you want a free drink, you have a better chance sitting at a slot machine.

Other than that, Caesars offers history, plenty of viewing area and decent people who will help you even if you hold up a 25-person-long betting line asking the clerk what all those strange numbers on the board mean. Lots of big money has changed hands here.

5. Sam’s Town – The combination of RV aficionados and locals may make Sam’s a bit rough around the edges at times, but the book itself is surprisingly elegant, there are plenty ticket windows and the seating is comfortable.

Since Sam’s Town is about a 10-minute ride from the Strip (on Boulder Highway), they specialize in customer satisfaction. There will still be a crush of humanity on Super Bowl Sunday, but at least there is some breathing room, and if you want an out-of-the-way place to watch the game, this easily beats back anything offered either at Harrah’s properties or downtown.

Lawrence Paul is a regular contributor to the Cappers Picks Blog, and is a free-lance gambling and travel writer from Massachusetts.

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