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The neon lights of mega-resorts, swanky casinos and desire-fulfilling factories might look like a mirage as your plane descends into Sin City. But believe it or not, what many call The Entertainment Capital of the World is as real as the money you can win at the blackjack tables.
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Need an energy drink? Take a sip of the Strip instead! A street of non-stop decadence and indulgence, this hub is why Vegas is dubbed the Entertainment Capital of the World. Put on your dancing shoes at The Cosmopolitan clubs, try your hand at the tables at Caesars Palace, and feast on Michelin-star dining. Do it all in a day if you dare.Accommodations in Las Vegas Strip
East of the Las Vegas Strip are more tees and greens. "Tea" off at the Wynn Golf & Country Club, followed by an event at the Thomas & Mack Center. Craving a bird’s-eye view? Take a helicopter to see the Grand Canyon from the sky. Or you can descend into debauchery at the Hard Rock Hotel and Casino’s infamous Rehab pool party.Accommodations in East of the Las Vegas Strip
For a break from the tables, discover the subtleties down south. You can bounce around at the Trampoline Park or treat yourself to some retail therapy at the Town Square Mall and Las Vegas Premium Outlets South. You’ll probably be here anyway to wave hello or goodbye to the Welcome to Fabulous Las Vegas sign, the city’s famous gatekeeper.Accommodations in South of the Las Vegas Strip
Modern design accompanies yesterday’s glamour in Downtown Las Vegas. Wander the city’s first casinos at the Fremont Street Experience as you're courted by the glittering lights. Other downtown picks include the Las Vegas Premium Outlets North and the Mob Museum – which documents the city’s more sordid secrets.Accommodations in Downtown Las Vegas - Fremont Street
Who doesn’t want to follow in Celine Dion’s footsteps? Head to Henderson, where the diva owned a house on Lake Las Vegas. In a desert dominated by commercial flair, Henderson offers a small town alternative. This ever-sunny desert-scape provides endless golf options and easy access to Sin City. Kick up some dust in its maze of hiking trails.Accommodations in Henderson
Escape the 24-hour-ness of Vegas and head to this affluent development nearby. Hit a hole-in-one on one of the many greens. Adventurers rejoice in the multitude of high-desert trails, bike paths, and climbing routes in the nearby Red Rocks. Spires of mountains in the background create a picture-perfect downtown Summerlin.Accommodations in Summerlin
Angela is a Vegas veteran, having lived there for 18 years! She loves poolside time with her family.
Bring childhood fantasies to life at Dig This Heavy Equipment Playground! Literally a giant 5-acre sandpit for big kids, you can even get behind the wheel of a bulldozer or a digger. Build mounds, dig trenches, and get your hands dirty for the ultimate fun!Accommodations nearby
An 8-year Vegas local, Marcus’s advice for the glitter city is to let loose and be spontaneous!
Mandalay Bay Beach is the best pool in Vegas, an aquatic oasis with a sandy beach, a wave pool and a lazy river where you can float around on an inflatable ring! Whether you bask in the sun at your private cabana or turn up the party at Moorea Beach Club, this place is splash-tacular!Accommodations nearby
San Franciscan Laura loves heading to this sun-drenched party paradise for a weekend with the girls!
Inside the stunning glass pyramid of the Luxor Casino lies an unlikely treasure, Titanic: The Artifact Exhibition. Great for a rainy day, you will be taken back in time to discover over 250 artifacts recovered from the shipwreck. (Dare you to walk through without humming Celine Dion!)Accommodations nearby
Kaitlin loves the ever-changing nature of Sin City and hitting the hottest bars and clubs!
If soaring above the heads of tourists while you strike your best Superman pose sounds up your alley, then you will love the Fremont Street Experience! The SlotZilla Zip Line will be the ride of your life, flying 40 miles per hour past the sparkling lights of Old Vegas casinos!Accommodations nearby
Karriem rounds up his buddies for a fun weekend in Vegas, exploring the Strip’s secrets!
Walking the Strip is the best way to experience the city’s wacky and wonderful treats. You can also travel the world all in a day with the exciting casino themes! Ride a gondola at The Venetian, climb the replica Eiffel Tower at Paris Hotel or brave the roller coaster at New York New York!Accommodations nearby
Having spent 13 summers in the sizzling desert heat, Rachel cools off at the pool parties.
Nothing says summer like a Las Vegas pool party! These water wonderlands are full of teeny bikinis, oversized drinks and the hottest beats in town. Hot spots are Wet Republic at MGM Grand and Encore Beach Club at Wynn, or for a more chilled out vibe head to Liquid Pool Lounge at Aria.Accommodations nearby
Booking.com asked travelers...Is there more to shopping in Las Vegas than just brand-name stores?
Las Vegas has great shopping, and while many stores on the Strip are extremely unaffordable due to their luxurious nature, Fashion Show Mall does a good job of combating them with more affordable shopping options. There are also some good outlets just off the Strip.See all 28 answers
Booking.com asked travelers...What should you avoid to make the most of the nightlife in Las Vegas?
Walking the strip. The vagrants and people trying to give you rubbish is getting bad But if you want a girl in your room in 20mins it's the place to goSee all 43 answers
Booking.com asked travelers...Where should people go if they don't want to eat in a tourist trap?
Either eat up market or clean and basic with nice atmosphere. Avoid all the 2 for 1'sSee all 20 answers
Booking.com asked travelers...What was the most entertaining thing you saw in Las Vegas?
In Las Vegas you see it all. One city one stop 24 hours a day 365 days a year!See all 161 answers
Booking.com asked travelers...Describe what other people like you would like about shopping in Las Vegas.
All types of shopping-designer/outlet/bargain/touristy catered for.See all 23 answers
Booking.com asked travelers...How can you enjoy the sights in Las Vegas while avoiding the crowds?
get public bus pass and get on and off at any place on the stripSee all 33 answers
Booking.com asked travelers...What is it about the people in Las Vegas that makes them so watchable?
Whats happens in vegas stays in vegasSee all 52 answers
Booking.com asked travelers...What is really impressive about the casinos in Las Vegas?
How the casinos light up at night.See all 84 answers
McCarran is Las Vegas’s main airport, and has over 1000 slot machines! The fastest connection to the Las Vegas Strip is by taxi, which takes 10-15 minutes and will set you back about USD 20 (plus the expected 15% tip and USD 1 per suitcase). Tell your taxi driver at the start of your journey to avoid the freeways! A cheaper option is a group shuttle bus, but it can take a while if there are multiple stops to be made. Car rental is also available.
The Las Vegas Monorail is a great way to explore the Strip without having to do loads of walking! Starting at the MGM Grand, it runs one block back from and parallel to the strip, with 7 stops down to the SLS Hotel, including the Las Vegas Convention Center. Tickets can be purchased outside stations at vending machines or online; single rides are USD 5, and there are 1- to 7-day passes available. It runs from 7 am until 12 am, with extended hours on weekends.
Cruise the Strip in true Vegas style, on The Deuce gold double-decker buses. Running every 15 minutes around the clock, these buses stop at nearly every casino and downtown. It’s a cheap option (at just USD 8 for 24 hours) however it can be slow due to heavy traffic and the number of stops. Tickets can be purchased on board. There’s also the Strip and Downtown Express (SDX) bus, which runs a more limited stop (meaning faster!) service for the same price.
Walking is a fun way to explore the Strip’s hidden treasures (you can even sip on an oversize margarita while you stroll!), but sometimes the heat or your high heels call for an easier way. In that case, taxis are your go-to method, and while they can be pricey, they run 24/7 and are readily available. It’s illegal to hail a cab off the Strip, but there are taxi ranks at every casino and attraction. Keep in mind drivers usually expect a 15% tip!
Renting a car in Las Vegas is simple and gives you the freedom to explore the great areas and attractions of this jewel in the desert! After arriving at McCarran Airport, follow the ground transportation signs and look for the blue and white McCarran Rent-A-Car Center Shuttle. This takes you to the office, which is open 24 hours and has easy access to the Las Vegas Strip. Most hotels have a free valet service, so there's no need to stress about paying for parking!
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