Las Vegas Strip
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.
Places to stay from $19 a night
East of the Las Vegas Strip
1.2 miles from downtown
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.
Places to stay from $18 a night
Downtown Las Vegas - Fremont Street
3.7 miles from downtown
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.
Places to stay from $19 a night
6.6 miles from downtown
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.
Places to stay from $71 a night
South of the Las Vegas Strip
6.3 miles from downtown
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.
Places to stay from $39 a night
9.6 miles from downtown
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.
Places to stay from $67 a night
Awash with bright lights and neon signs, Las Vegas is a city of fun, freedom and fabulousness – as its iconic welcome sign promises.
Most of the Sin City’s action is concentrated in the Las Vegas Strip – a stretch of road lined with upscale casinos, Michelin-starred restaurants and legendary hotels. You can try your luck at the fabled casinos or check out a show from Vegas’ enviable lineup – from enchanting Cirque du Soleil acts to top musicians performing at its pulsing clubs.
Vegas resorts are designed as entire worlds of their own, complete with casinos, restaurants, spas, shopping centres and activities unique to their theme. Take a gondola ride on the canals of the Venetian, live like Roman royalty at Caesars Palace or experience mythical Egyptian grandeur at the Luxor Hotel. While it’s tempting to spend the entire holiday exploring your resort, make some time for Bellagio’s dancing fountains and botanical gardens, and head to the Neon Museum for an artsy display of retro signage lit up anew. A spin on the 550-feet tall High Roller will give you a glimpse of the world’s wonders, with replicas of the Eiffel Tower, the Giza Pyramid and New York’s skyline dotting the glittering city below.
A fluorescent oasis amidst the Mojave Desert, Vegas is surrounded by mountains and dramatic landscapes offering exhilarating activities and stunning views. Hike up Mount Charleston, zipline over the Bootleg Canyon or simply drive through Red Rock Canyon for a respite from the city’s heady energy.
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|Most popular time to visit||October-December|
|Cheapest time to visit||January-March|
|Average weekend price||$148 per night|
|Average weekday price||$162 per night|
|Average stay||2 nights|
Was very nice , although one week is too long just in Vegas , I loved the hot weather but for some people is too hot so I would recommend not June . Plenty to see and very safe , wouldn’t recommend to take children, is an adults holiday. By the way extremely expensive but is one of a life time experience.
We are not gamblers, but the place offers a lot of attractions, for families, couples or singles alike. This was our third visit after 20 years and the place has developed immensely.....also, we took a tour to Hoover Dam, with MAX TOURS, was very informative and professional. Dinner was at Outback, Dennys, and Imperial Buffet at China town. All pretty good! We missed The big buffett at The Palm --if you like seafood---make a reservation well in advance.
I understand it a gambling town and that it’s a tourist attraction but why in gods name does Las Vegas have to charge everyone so much money to eat. At some point it feels they’re taking advantage of people. Would I recommend Vegas no not any longer in the 1990s yes but not now
We experienced poor customer service at the front desk. Six ladies were at the front desk with only one station open while a whole line of guests waited. I was waiting without moving for 45 minutes and there were 2 ladies in front of me who waited even longer. I wanted to change our room to a better smelling room. We requested non-smoking and were placed in a funky smoky smelling room. Finally a rep from the kiosks came over and helped me within 5 minutes. Our new room had been assigned long ago but I received no phone call as promised. On the morning we checked out, the water was shut off. The toilet didn't flush and we washed and brushed our teeth with the last of our bottled water. Based on these situations, I will never stay at PH again. We have stayed there a few times in the past with no problems but this time was intolerable overall. As for Las Vegas, the heat is stifling (105 plus degrees every day) and the food/entertainment/amenities are vastly overpriced. Hopefully this is my last trip to Las Vegas.
every single thing you do cost money, i spent several thousand dollars at casino and i still had to pay for late check out there was no free shuttle bus to airport, all hotels are the same the food was crazy expensive 23.00 dollars for a hamburger and small coke at the strat my room was filthy
The many shows, entertainment, and various sites and displays at hotel make it worth the trip. The one issue is the occasional smell of strong marijuana and questionable people with substance abuse and mental health issues.
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