The Stratosphere Tower observation deck features 360-degree views of Las Vegas to the Strip. The gateway between vintage Vegas and Strip glitz, the hotel is ...
This is the second time we have stayed at the Stratoshphere. The first time we were put in an older, outdated room and didn't want to come back. This time, we added the upgrade and were put in the updated side of the motel. The room was clean and modern style. The only complaint our group had, was ...
Located on the southern end of the famous Las Vegas Strip, this hotel is close to McCarran International Airport, Crystals at City Center, and the University ...
We enjoyed the buffet, the pool , and the slot machines.
This all-suite resort and casino on the Las Vegas Strip is a short drive from Fashion Show Mall, the convention center, Downtown, and McCarran Airport.
Fabulous staff. Great to have separate lobby from cazino. It helped me to avoid smoking.
Located at the southern end of the Las Vegas Strip and close to McCarran Airport, this castle-shaped hotel features royal accommodations and a traditional action-packed ...
Very clean room. Great location on the strip. I would definitely stay here again.
Iconic hotel located on the Las Vegas strip, Circus Circus is close to shopping, the Las Vegas Convention Center and downtown Las Vegas.
Room was clean and comfortable and inexpensive, staff was helpful when asked but not really friendly, food was relatively expensive, and it was hard to avoid the noisy, smoke-filled casino atmosphere.
Centrally located in the heart of the action, this Las Vegas Strip hotel features a lagoon.
We stayed here 3 nights and it was nice. We called for extra towels and staff was fast and friendly. Since there was no open pool on the property it was a bit of a drag to go to the other hotels. Our room had a bit of a smell upon arrival. However, the room was spacious with a nice view and the hotel ...
With 2 22-story towers and an eye-catching 30-story pyramid topped by a powerful light beam, this resort is 2 miles from McCarran International Airport in Las ...
We had a great time and plan to make it an annual trip. The only negative thing that I have to say is that they need to have more people available at the check-in stations. After flying for hours, the lines to check in was long and tiring.
Treasure Island - TI Hotel & Casino is connected to the Fashion Show shopping mall by bridge as well as The Mirage by tram, and within easy walking distance ...
Hotel was average but nothing special. Five minutes after getting to our room there was a knock on the door. Previous tenants whose key card no longer worked were slightly annoyed as they had not yet checked out. There were not any of their belongings in the room. According to front desk they had ...
The first casino hotel in Las Vegas, the Flamingo anchors the famous four corners of Las Vegas Boulevard and Flamingo Road and welcomes families as well as high-rolling ...
The public areas were great. My room however was more like a cave. Kept the blinds shut and TV on. Booking through Orbitz made efforts to change reservations difficult.
About 1,000 fountains dance to music and light in front of this European-style hotel set along the Las Vegas Strip, next to CityCenter and a tram ride away from ...
The hotel is very nice and we love it. It is very clean and the view very beautiful.
Las Vegas has become the world’s most popular holiday destination, with more visitors per year than any other city. That’s quite an achievement for a city that’s sprung from the Nevada desert and become a scarcely believable playground for all tastes.
Las Vegas hotels come in all shapes and sizes imaginable, from the Luxor pyramid, to the glitz of Caesar’s Palace through to the decadent luxury that is the Wynn & the Encore at the end of the Strip.
While the city is marketed primarily as a place for adults, there’s plenty for families to do as well. Most of the hotels in Las Vegas have catered in some ways for the underage, Excalibur has nightly jousting shows over dinner, Circus Circus has an indoor rollercoaster and amusement park & the MGM has a fantastic five pool complex complete with waterfalls & grottos.
Vegas is also the worlds largest conference and convention destination – you can be pretty sure that every hotel on the strip (and a lot of the off strip Vegas hotels) are hosting at least one gathering on any given day of the year.
With more meeting space than any other city in the world, Las Vegas hosts a number of high profile events throughout the year, including the ABC Kids Expo, the International Vision Expo West 2014, the Solar Energy Trade Show and Mr. Olympia. The city has a number of luxurious convention facilities, including the Cashman Center, the Sands Expo & Convention Center and the Las Vegas Convention Center.
The large casinos offer a variety of dining options, from buffets to gourmet food to simple cafes. Also, Las Vegas is known for great steakhouses with high quality meat cooked to perfection. This city is also home to the famous “Heart Attack Grill” which serves incredibly high calorie menu items such as the “Triple Bypass Burger”. Most of the hotels on the Las Vegas strip feature both café type eateries through to fine dining, if you haven’t been to the SW steakhouse at the Wynn (named after Steve Wynn’s initials!) then you’re missing out. The wine selection is second to none and the food is to die for.
Major Points of Interest
The most famous attraction in Vegas is gambling and there are countless enormous glittering casinos where you can spend hours hypnotised by card games and slot machines. This city also offers lots of great nightly entertainment, including comedy shows, live musical theatre, erotic dance clubs, variety shows and circus acts. Also, get a thrill on the rides, such as “The X-Scream” at the Stratosphere Hotel and “The Roller Coaster” at the New York New York Hotel. That’s not all that Las Vegas has to offer though, you’re only a short drive away from untouched desert with some of the best vistas in the States, Red Rock Canyon is less than an hour away, as is the world famous Hoover Dam, or the more adventurous could always book a helicopter ride and see the Grand Canyon.
Las Vegas is a shopping lover’s playground, with many great malls to choose from. The Fashion Show Mall offers sweet styles from popular designers, the Town Square provides relaxing open air shopping and the Las Vegas Premium Outlets boasts discounts on your favorite brands.
The city’s most important sporting event of the year is the finals of the annual Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association circuit. It is held in December at the Thomas & Mack Center. A number of hotels in Las Vegas have also hosted the annual World Series of Poker, most recently the Rio Hotel and Casino has held that honor attracting tens of thousands of professional players from across the globe. Las Vegas also hosts the USA Sevens, part of an annual circuit of events for rugby sevens teams.
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