Feb 20, 2019 - Feb 21, 2019
2 guests - 1 room
If the walls of the hotels in Las Vegas could talk, they would tell stories that would shock, awe, and fascinate. The history of the strip is the legacy of entrepreneurship and entertainment, a lush dream that became a stunning reality in what seemed like a harsh, plain bit of dry desert. A region that was little more than a quiet oasis for the local Navajo people in the mists of time has gained contemporary notoriety as a bright and exciting entertainment center. That's not to say that Las Vegas isn't in your price range, as there are enough travel packages and budget deals to accommodate anyone, whether you came in on a private jet, cruised in as part of a road trip, or hopped off a bus with your backpack.
Believe it or not, most of the activities and entertainment in modern Las Vegas doesn't involve gambling. The local theaters have gained a reputation for hosting big-name acts and musical performances from internationally renowned drama troupes, dance companies, artists, musicians, and comedians. Of course, there is a myriad of casinos in town, and there are even several slot machines set up at the airport to greet visitors.
There are several tour companies operating in Las Vegas that can integrate your to-do list into a comprehensive plan, and such excursions can be included in most hotel and travel bundles. Some of these packages include tickets to shows or admission to historic sites.
Timing is important when planning your stay, as popular festivals, shows, and events happen annually throughout the year and can fill up space in certain parts of town very quickly. Las Vegas is also a popular town for expos, conventions, and tournaments, making this a meeting place for virtually everyone sooner or later. Here are a few of the more unconventional choices to help narrow your search.
This city really does have everything, making it difficult to choose one spot to stay overnight. Keep one eye on the calendar and the other on your city map when deciding where to stay. Are you more interested in sightseeing, history, or sports? Stay in a campground and enjoy the freedom of the outdoors, or relax in a resort that will cater to your every whim.
So much to do besides gambling. Tour the different casinos for the ambiance. Take a boat trip in the Venetian, be sure to look at the ceilings in the mai courtyard.
Las Vegas is worth visiting and living in Las Vegas is nice too. Living here is great because you can visit everything all the time.
Went on this at night time so as the see the strip at its best all lite up. Even if your afraid of heights like me give it a try it's great you hardly noticed you were moving. Cheaper to book from your hotel than at the eye.
i have been researching my trip to lv for weeks. i feel i have already been there!