Las Vegas, Nevada - Ballys Las Vegas from $59 per night
Overview | Rates | Map The 44-acre property is located at the center of the world famous Las Vegas Strip, across from Bellagio and next to Paris Las Vegas, another Park Place Entertainment Corporation resort. The resort features two 26-story hotel towers, offering 2,814 guest Book it now!
Las Vegas, Nevada - MGM Grand Hotel and Casino from $80 per night
Overview | Rates | Map From the moment you first step into the ornate marble lobby and behold your fantasies come to life, the elegance of the MGM Grand Hotel/Casino will truly dazzle you. With magnificent accommodations ranging in size from intimate deluxe rooms to palatial Presidential Suites, the MGM Grand stands ready to satisfy each guest's personal needs. Book it now!
Las Vegas, Nevada - Hilton Las Vegas from $57 per night
Las Vegas, Nevada - Rio All Suite Hotel and Casino from $65 per night
Overview | Rates | Map The Rio Suite Hotel and Casino, the only all suite hotel and casino in Las Vegas. Resort amenities include 14 award winning restaurants, five pools including Book it now!
Las Vegas, Nevada - Excalibur Hotel and Casino from $51 per night
Overview | Rates | Map Guests of this magical hotel must cross a drawbridge to enter the kingdom of Excalibur. Within the kingdom is the award-winning jousting dinner show, Tournament of Kings. King Arthur joins the kings of Europe in a battle for honor with real jousting and sword fighting. An outdoor spa and two swimming pools (big enough for 800) are available to guests year round. Services offered by the 3,991 room include safe-deposit boxes, a tour and travel desk, and car rental desk. Book it now!
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Las Vegas, NV: From Neon Playground to Natural Wonder (Flight Not Included)
Escape the casino-craze and hop in your car--there's more to Vegas than "the strip." Book it now!
Las Vegas, NV: Sin City Revival
Hallelujah! The original city of sin is back to its wily ways. Las Vegas's bid to be the next big kid-friendly sandbox was a nice attempt, but in the end, the winds of change refused to blow in the Nevada desert, and Sin City only tightened its hold on its signature bad boy (and girl) image. Book it now!
Las Vegas, NV: Around the World in Two Days
Voyage around the world without leaving the desert. Book it now!
Las Vegas, known for its casinos and shows is one of the most animated cities in the world. If anyone can find any time to sleep in Las Vegas every minute would be going to waste. Chapel weddings and Elvis have a lot in common in Las Vegas, but it will up to you to go there and find out.
The water show in front of the Bellagio; St. Mark's Place and the
canals within the Venetian; the Eiffel Tower replica at Paris Las Vegas; the lion habitat at MGM Grand; nightly
volcano eruptions at the Mirage; the Luxor pyramid; the Roman streetscape at the
Forum Shops in Caesars Palace; the Mardi Gras-style Show in the Sky at Rio's
Masquerade Village; the view from the observation deck at the Stratosphere
Tower; the Fremont Street Experience. This is Las Vegas!
Historically, Fremont Street is where it all began, from a small railroad stop at the turn of the century to one of the brightest streets in the world. For decades, Fremont Street was one of the best places to cruise in a
convertible car but now the street has been closed off to traffic and it is a pedestrian paradise lined with kiosks, souvenir
shops and, of course, many, many casinos.
visitors to Las
Vegas venture no more than a few hundred yards away from the Strip,
the 3.5-mile-long stretch of Las Vegas Boulevard that's lined on both sides with
casino hotels. Because so much is concentrated on one street, it is
easier to understand the layout of the city if you break the Strip into
sections. The South Strip begins near McCarran International Airport, extends
north to Harmon Avenue and includes the major intersection where the Strip meets
Tropicana Avenue. The Central Strip runs from Harmon north to Spring Mountain
Road and includes the busy Flamingo Road intersection. The North Strip goes from
Spring Mountain to just north of Sahara Avenue.
Downtown is located a few miles north of the northern end of the Strip. There the casinos
are smaller, older and less lavish, but the area has its own theme attraction,
the outdoor light show known as the Fremont Street Experience.
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If you want to see what there is to do away from the casinos and bright lights,
take a panoramic peek at nearby recreational areas such as the spectacular Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area, Mt. Charleston and the quaint little town of Boulder City, the only town in the state
of Nevada where gambling remains illegal.
City residents and visitors alike say there is no place like Las Vegas, Nevada
anywhere else in the world!