Get married, dine or jump off the tallest tower in the WestThe Stratosphere Casino, Hotel & Tower is one of the most recognizable Las Vegas Strip hotels in the world, and its 1,149-foot tall tower is one-of-a-kind fixture in the Vegas skyline. Whether seeking affordable accommodations, winning casino action, experiencing delicious dining or grooving to live entertainment, travelers will have a great time at The Stratosphere. Highlights1,149-foot tower featuring thrill rides, rotating Top of the World restaurant, indoor and outdoor observation deck, bars and more80,000-square-foot casinoVariety of restaurantsShows Location The Stratosphere Casino & Hotel is the closest Strip property to downtown Las Vegas and the Fremont Street Experience, and just 1.3 miles from the Las Vegas Convention Center. RoomsGuests at Stratosphere find 1,500 deluxe standard rooms furnished with contemporary decor, work area with a desk and all standard room amenities. More recently redesigned Select Rooms comes with resort bedding, flat screen TV, MP3 alarm clocks, in-room safe deposit box, modern fixtures and more. Suite options include Presidential Suites with marble countertops, 40-inch flat-screen TV with Denon surround sound, mini refrigerator, jumbo spa tubs and bidets. Rooms on the 25th floor offer floor-to-ceiling views. Luxury bedding is the standard in all rooms and features feather duvets, triple sheeting and select pillows. FeaturesThrill seekers at Stratosphere Casino & Hotel take the lightening fast double-decker elevators straight to the top of the highest tower west of the Mississippi to test their limits on extreme rides like Big Shot, X Scream and Insanity thrill rides. Plummet 855 feet and experience the world's highest controlled descent with Stratosphere's SkyJump Las Vegas (a tethered freefall). For another plunge, tie the knot in the truly atmospheric Chapel in the Clouds.Get a more traditional Vegas experience in the Stratosphere's 80,000-square-foot casino featuring the dramatic center C Bar and an abundance of table games, slots and video poker machines as well as a 24/7 poker room, and race and sports book. Head to the seasonal main pool deck with its hot tub, cabanas, and blackjack tables, or the year-round Beach Club 25 pool located on the hotel roof. There's also a Roni Josef salon and spa, arcade, and casual shopping. Resort fee includes admission to the Tower, 24-hour fitness center and show ticket discounts. Free self- and valet parking is available. Dining Situated at the top of the tower, the Stratosphere's dining piece de resistance is the award-wining, rotating Top of the World restaurant serving creative American cuisine. Other dining options include McCall's Heartland Grill, Fellini's Ristorante, Plate Buffet and 24-hour Roxy's Diner, complete with singing servers. Fast-food dining options include McDonald's, Starbucks, Tower Pizzeria, El Nopal and Chicago hot dog Construction Company. Transportation McCarran International Airport (4.6 mi/ 7.3 km)Taxi stand (on property)Deuce bus stop (adjacent to entrance) AttractionsLas Vegas Strip (closest intersection)Bonanza World's Largest Gift Store (0.8 mi/ 1.3 km)Las Vegas Premium Outlets (1.6 mi/ 2.6 km)Fremont Street, Downtown (2.5 mi/ 4 km) Business 17,000 square-feet of meeting space is available, including dramatic rooms on the 103rd and 104th tower levelsLocated 1.3 miles from the Las Vegas Convention Center Policies and fees A Resort Package Fee of $12.99 USD per room per night is charged at check-in, which includes free unlimited admission for up to 4 guests per room to the Stratosphere Tower's indoor and outdoor observation decks, free use of the fitness center and pool and guaranteed guest parking (valet or covered self-park available). Take note that the resort fee increases to $14.99 USD plus tax effective for all new bookings starting 08 April 2013. A valid credit/debit card and government issued photo identification must be presented at the time of check-in.