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Flamingo Las Vegas' coronavirus (COVID-19) cancellation and changes policy update
As of 18 March 2020, Caesars Entertainment Corporation has temporarily shut down its properties across North America, including Flamingo Las Vegas, in response to COVID-19. All hotel reservations for the period of time the properties are closed will be cancelled automatically. Guests can expect any prepayments to be refunded in the following days.
Why should I stay at the Flamingo Las Vegas?
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- Wide range of prices. Flamingo has both mid-range rooms and luxury accommodation.
- Best rate guarantee. Flamingo guarantees the best rate online when you book directly via the website.
- Rewards program. Join the program to earn and spend loyalty points when you stay with Flamingo Las Vegas and use its casino facilities.
- Events planning and organisation. You can have your wedding, hens or stag party, or business meetings in Flamingo hotels.
- Extra costs. Flamingo hotel prices are not all-inclusive. You’ll need to pay extra for some facilities and services.
How do I make a booking with Flamingo Las Vegas?
Use the search form to find a room and click “book now” to select from the results. Review your order and click “confirm” to fill in your payment details. You will need to pay a deposit to confirm your reservation.
What forms of payment does Flamingo Las Vegas accept?
- American Express
- Diners Club
What is the Flamingo Las Vegas cancellation policy?
Flamingo Las Vegas has a 72-hour cancellation policy. If you cancel less than 72 hours before your arrival, you may lose your deposit. You can cancel your booking online by logging into your account or by calling the Flamingo customer helpline.
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