Best Las Vegas Sports Books – Casino Royale Review

Casino Royale can be considered “the dump that jumps” given its $1 Michelob bottles, low table limits, and cheap grub – such as $2.50 foot long hot dogs and the Southwest’s only White Castle burger joint. Casino Royale is the antithesis to the other mega resorts on the strip, and for the low roller who likes to throw a few bucks on a ball game, it very well might be the perfect match.   


$1 Michelob is About as Cheap as it Gets on the Strip

$1 Michelob is About as Cheap as it Gets on the Strip 

What makes this low roller spot on the strip even better is the ability to bet at a William Hill sports book. This is William Hill’s first sports book mid strip (William Hill also runs the sports book at SLS on the north end of Las Vegas Boulevard) and it is a convenient place to shop for better odds or an expanded betting menu when making that sports bet.

William Hill Sports Book at Casino Royale

William Hill Sports Book at Casino Royale

The sports book at Casino Royale is more of a betting counter as there are 2 stations to make bets, directly connected to the main casino bar. The casino bar has ample seating, however it does get busy given the aforementioned $1 Michelob and the counter top video poker. There are plans to expand this area to create more of a sports bar feel, which would be a good move given how cramped it can get on busy sports weekends.

The screens at the bar connected to the sports book aren’t the best, but again, Phase 2 of the remodeling of this area brings the hope of better and bigger screens for catching the game. Also, no horse racing is available at this particular William Hill location – you’ll have to take the short walk next door to Harrah’s for action on the ponies.

A Plethora of Choices on the Betting Menu - William Hill Sports Book at Casino Royale

A Plethora of Betting Choices – William Hill Sports Book at Casino Royale

You will generally land better future odds (Super Bowl, World Series, Season Props) at William Hill sports books than at other sports books on the strip, so it might be worth your while to hit Casino Royale’s sports book before you make that bet on the Browns to win the Super Bowl. Chances are, you’ll get much better odds.

$2.49 Foot Long Hot Dogs - Don't be Afraid, They are Fresh and Quite Tasty.

$2.49 Foot Long Hot Dogs – Don’t be Afraid, They are Fresh and Quite Tasty.

A $5 parlay, $2.50 Foot Long Hot Dog, and $1 Michelob all adds up to a party at the “dump that jumps.” For under $10, the low roller should be quite pleased. 

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