The Ultimate Las Vegas Travel Guide – Las Vegas is the Sin City coined the phrase “What happens in Vegas, Stays in Vegas. If you have been to Vegas before, then you have heard all the tired cliches of this city.
Las Vegas has all the glitz and glamour that you see in the movies, but there is a side of Vegas that they tend to forget about.
Here is the Ultimate Guide To Las Vegas for many who are looking for Lady Luck to shine down upon them.
Or, a guide for those of us who have been there, down that, and looking for suggestions for something new the next time we step foot on the Las Vegas Strip.
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The Ultimate Guide To Las Vegas
Ultimate Las Vegas Travel Guide –Vegas is nothing like Ocean’s 11 or the Hangover, unless you’re super dazzling, in which case you could probably simply skip this whole article.
For the rest of us, Vegas is expensive, hot, creepy, hurtful, horrible, and awesome.
But don’t worry, you don’t have to be Sinatra or a mob insider, to have a great time in Vegas.
Actually, if you want to have a good time, you should never, ever wear a fedora, so favourably you’ve got that going for you.
Ultimate Las Vegas Travel Guide Introduction
Ultimate Las Vegas Travel Guide –To eclipse the odds in Vegas and enjoy the vacation of your life all you desire is an eye for a great deal, a willingness to roll with the punches, and a sense of what experience you’re after.
No matter the occasion, let’s pack a carry on bag, travel light, stay flexible and get ready to have the time of your life in Las Vegas.
What to Pack
Ultimate Las Vegas Travel Guide – While Las Vegas boasts some of the hottest temperatures of any major city in the US—the ordinary high in July is 106F—it’s not always the case. I just recently came back November(2018) and the temperature never reached 55F the entire time. So, pack accordingly.
Beat the heat with:
- 3 tank tops (you’ll sweat through them)
- 3 t-shirts (you’ll sweat through them)
- 1 pair of shorts
- 1 pair of pants (jeans are fine)
- 1 bathing suit for relaxing by the pool (an absolute must)
- 1 pair of sunglasses to ward of the staggering sun
- Boat shoes (classy, comfortable, pool-side apt, and club dress code compatible)
- In winter add: light jacket and at least single sturdy pair of pants and shoes
- Nightlife (Dress Code)
Every club strictly enforces a dress code that classically bans:
- Jeans (sometimes, but why risk it?)
- Torn clothes (The lines to get into clubs in Vegas are insane, and nothing will ruin your night faster than getting turned away at the back way for wearing cargo shorts. Or a fedora.)
- If you want to be a player, pack a suit in your carry on. It’s not that hard. I also like to bring a
three piecesuit with a nice tie. Toss a tie clip in, and you’re on your course of action to that Rat pack night you’ve always dreamed of.
Typically the dress code for women is more relaxed and widely comes down to single modest question: Do you look good?
- Heels are favored, as well as dresses, and skirts instead of pants. Shorts are a no-go, unless, again, you look good.
- Avoid flats and, obviously, wear the shiniest thing you own.
- I don’t know when it started, but each single girl in Vegas looks like a disco ball. Go figure.
Ultimate Las Vegas Travel Guide – Pro Tip: The best people watching happens at dawn. Locals in lycra shorts jog past hungover buffoons in ripped suit jackets while exhausted Circus Circus employees shuffle home in smudged face paint. It’s amazing. Stay awake (or rise early) if you can.
Ultimate Las Vegas Travel Guide – If you intention to walk the full length of the 4.2 mile Las Vegas strip in July, bring a camelback hydration rucksack, or just buy lots of water. Like, a lot. Better yet…don’t walk the Las Vegas strip in July.
Maybe have a look at some transportation options instead of walking:
The Vegas Monorail
Ultimate Las Vegas Travel Guide – The monorail is good for getting from A to B on the strip… if A is your casino and B is another casino.
There are only seven stops on the monorail line—MGM Grand, Bally’s/Paris, Flamingo/Caesars Palace, Harrah’s/The LINQ, Las Vegas Convention center, Westgate Las Vegas, and the SLS Las Vegas Station—which isn’t awful, but if you’re not staying at any of these the monorail won’t help too much.
The hours of operation are decent, everyday from 7am to 2 am (midnight on Mondays), with service til 3 am on the weekends. However, the monorail doesn’t link to the airport. So that’s a bummer.
Ultimate Las Vegas Travel Guide – Cabs in Vegas are super creepy. They’re technically not allowed to idle on the busy strip, so wait in the taxi line for the curbside attendants to get you one in front of pretty much each casino. But, honestly, we both know you’re just gonna phone an Uber.
Pro Tip: Google the map of your start and finish points before getting into a cab. I have been in a few cabs where they say it’s the quickest route, but ended up taking longer to add more time to his/her meter. A cab to and from the airport typically costs as regards $20. The more you know…
Walk, If You Dare
Ultimate Las Vegas Travel Guide – I really do like walking the strip, strolling from neon sign to famed historical site, but making your way down the crowded sidewalks of Las Vegas can be exhausting.
Aside from the oppressive summer heat, aggressive panhandlers, barkers, promoters, and “performers” may make the humble act of strolling a problematic experience. Plus there are a these new costumed people trying to take a photo with you for tips. It’s getting crowded.
Also, the busy cross streets require you to chronically traverse stairs and raised walkways turning what is already a long hike into a meandering labyrinth of casinos, shops, and restaurants. If that’s what you’re there to see, enjoy, but know that it’s never a straight line from A to B in Vegas.
Las Vegas is bigger than you expect.
Ultimate Las Vegas Travel Guide – The strip is sprawling, “off the strip” hipster joints are all the rage, and that doesn’t even include downtown (actually north of the strip), or the miles and miles of suburbs that ring this desert paradise.
There are a lot of places to stay. As of 2015 there are 31 legitimate casinos (29 with hotels) to choose from on renowned Las Vegas Boulevard—a.k.a. “The Strip”—but that number pithily swells to nearly 100 if you expand your search out a a couple blocks.
If you are looking for accommodations on the trip, I would suggest Airbnb. Join Airbnb with this link to Accept Trent’s invite to join Airbnb and you’ll get $45 CAD towards your first trip of $95 CAD or more.
Add to that, a developing number of AirBnBs, motels, and campsites, and you’ve got an overwhelming array of accommodation options that literally change price and availability every single night.
Timing is Everything
Ultimate Las Vegas Travel Guide – In Vegas, there is always something going on. There could be a hockey game, major convention, a concert, and a new headliner all in the same weekend. When That happens, even Circus Circus will be charging over $250.00 a night.
The whole point of visiting Vegas is to attend awesome stuff, but here are a few of the “less fun” events that draw massive crowds. If your resort search only shows high prices, search to see if any of these events are coming to town:
- CES (Consumer Electronics Fair)
- New Year’s Eve (woof)
- The Rodeo Finals (a 10-day event)
- Nascar Weekend (seriously)
- ConExpo (a construction trade show)
- Electric Daisy Carnival (an EDM show with megastar DJs)
Avoid Conventions all together. Below is a link to the convention calendar. Use it to see if aweekend you planned to go to vegas is packed or empty.
Honestly, finding great deals is usually as easy as breathing. However, if you’re really looking to save money on your Las Vegas trip, here are a few more advanced tips:
Spend the Holidays in Vegas
December is a notoriously cheap time to visit Las Vegas, particularly just before Christmas. As long as you avoid the week before NYE and the Rodeo Finals, you may nab some epic yuletide deals.
Obviously, three-day weekends are going to be pricey. However, the days instantaneously following a long weekend are the perfect time to stay in a swanky resort for a fraction of the normal price.
Beat the Heat
July and August are almost unbearably hot. Almost. If you could bear the heat, you’ll find some “hot” deals. Again, check the convention schedule so you don’t get hosed.
Stay Off the Strip
Ultimate Las Vegas Travel Guide – Staying off the strip can help you find some great deals without sacrificing too much.
The Palms is one of the most excellent party casinos in town, Hard Rock is party central during the summer weekends. The Wyndham is a mellower option if you merely require to chill, and the rooftop bar at the Rio is worth a visit.
You want the Strip?
Ultimate Las Vegas Travel Guide – What’s that? Off the Strip won’t do? You want to stay right where the action is? Alright. Prepare to pony up some dough, but if you’re looking for that authentic Vegas experience that you’ve seen in the movies, the strip is your best bet.
I want to preface this before I start listing the strip hotels, be aware of the dreaded resort fees. Resort fees, are mandatory nightly charges for Internet service, fitness center use and other “perks” that hotels insist guests want in one bundle, are increasing on and off the Las Vegas Strip.
Visitors will pay as much as $45 a night plus tax on top of the room rate. You won’t find a resort fee below $32 a night on The Strip. And you could pay up to $30 per night at Fremont Street hotels downtown.
At most hotels, that is in addition to parking fees, which are also on the rise. Pay attention when booking your hotel online that you look for the resort fee charge, becuase you don’t want to be caught off gurad when you are broke at the end of the trip from gambiling, and then you have to pony up an additional fee on top of your original charges.
The Hotel Rundown
Ultimate Las Vegas Travel Guide – Here’s a hyper speed rundown—in order—of all 29 hotel and casinos on the Las Vegas strip; from Mandalay Bay in the south (near McCarran Airport) to the Stratosphere Tower atop the official northern edge:
Mandalay Bay – $$$
- Absolutely love this place. Great comfortable suites. Elegant and awesome beds. Not the best location on the strip but the tram will take you to the next couple of casinos.
Luxor – $$
- A present-day wonder, this 30-story pyramid contains many amenities. Spacious rooms surround the world’s largest atrium, which boasts shopping, dining and plenty of good entertainment. The casino, at 120,000 square feet, is one of the city’s biggest, offering an array of the latest slot and video poker machines, table games and a race and sports book.
Excalibur – $
- At the Excalibur in Las Vegas, guests will find contemporary rooms, a busy casino, party-like dining experiences, a knightly show and more, all housed in a gigantic castle. It’s a little dated, and needs some major improvements in terms of optics. I still like stayiing here, it was the first hotel I have ever stayed at in Las Vegas. Plus, it’s within walking distance to everything.
Tropicana – $
- Vintage Vegas. A very nice hotel, with a much quieter location than many others. It is easy to navigate, and the staff are very approachable. Water bottles was left each morning by house keeping, and there was no charge for printing boarding passes, as there was a another hotel close by.
New York New York – $$
- This hotel was everything we needed. It has at least twenty places to eat at, a lot of bars, a really nice casino, and the rooms were really impressive. You really don’t have to leave the hotel, but if you do you are right in the middle of the strip and can walk to almost anywhere you need to go. We were also were impressed by the Zumanity show that is shown right there in the hotel.
MGM Grand – $$
- One of the best stays in Vegas. The MGM is located in a good place and has lots of great shows inside. The casino was awesome and the pools were big! The room was updated with a great view.
Park MGM – $$
- The hotel is in a great location. This used to be the Monte Carlo Hotel, but has been trhough a major change with the remodeling done very tastefully. Looking forward to when all updates are completed.
Aria – $$$
- If you like the finer things in life, book one of their “sky villas” and enjoy the (expensive) view. When you walk into your room you immediately know it’s a first class hotel.
Cosmopolitan – $$$
- Hotel is amazing inside and out. Once you stay here you won’t want to stay anywhere else. The Casino is great, and slot paying out is pretty decent. I’ll be a returning customer for sure! Highly recommend if you want a high end hotel.
Planet Hollywood – $$
- With rooms as low as $49 and big name acts like Britney Spears, J-Lo, and Pitbull, Planet Hollywood is the area to be if you require entertainment at an affordable price.
Bellagio – $$$$
- The Bellagio is an outstanding stay that is standing up to the test of time. Coming up on its 20th anniversary, it still stands out as an amazing venue right in the center of the modern Strip.
- The Conservatory is breathtaking and the Fountains need no introduction to their
awe inspiringpresence. The Casino maintained the element of glamour and fun, while still maintaining the overall Resort’s elegant architecture and decoration.
Paris – $$
- In the heart of the strip, the Paris Hotel is not only excellently located, but has excellent amenities and facilities. Loved everything in the hotel. The room has everything you could need. The mini fridge was unexpected but greatly appreciated. The view, the common facilities…worth the price.
Bally’s – $
- Great price and location, right in the middle of the Las Vegas strip. Can’t beat that. It’s starting to feel its age a bit though.
Cromwell – $$$
- One of the newer hotels on the strip, this “boutique” hotel and casino offers a plush experience. With only 188 rooms, it’s not likely you’ll be staying here any time before long though.
Caesar’s Palace – $$
- One of the originals, and still one of the unsurpassed. Home to some of history’s most iconic sporting matches, and a haven for anyone looking to sample what Vegas used to be like. A timeless classic that’s still big enough to draw names like Elton John and Jerry Seinfeld to the stage.
Flamingo – $$
- Not one of the more luxurious or kitschy hotels, and looks to be a bit older looking from the outside, however, its a very nice place to stay, and almost right smack dab in the center of the strip, which makes walking around very convenient.
The Linq – $$$
- The hotel is nice, the rooms are a bit small but who spends much time in them anyway. The hotel layout is odd as certain elevators don’t go to lower casino level so you have to walk from one end to the other to get down to the casino. The location is superb , mid strip and access to both the Flamingo and Harrahs just a very short distance away. Overall worth the price for sure!!
Harrah’s – $$
- Another staple from decades ago. If you’re in Vegas purely to gamble.
Mirage – $$$
- Not quite as glitzy as a few years ago when it appeared on the scene, the Mirage is still a great option for those looking to be right in the thick of the strip or anyone looking to lounge by the pool. The Volcano show is a must see.
Venetian – $$$
- The beautiful Venetian hotel complex is conveniently located on the strip and offers a bounty of restaurants, bars, shops and services. The “market,” with its man-made canals are cheesy but, honestly, sort of enticing. The price tag is fairly high to stay here, but if you may find a great deal, it’s well worth it.
Palazzo – $$$
- Every room is a suite, and they are amazing rooms. My Most recent room was so spacious and luxurious, I almost ordered room service and stayed in my room. I lovethis property.
Treasure Island – $$
- This area is purely a great time. From the nightlife to the pool to the pirate show out front, TI (rebranded) is a great area to stay with friends.
Wynn – $$$
- On par with the Venetian and the Bellagio. The Wynn is a big hotel that you do not expect much personal attention, but you would be wrong thinking that. Starting with the check in and throughout throughtout the stay the staff is helpful and accommodating. My most recent stay, the staff gave tips on everything and honestly I didn’t have to ask! Exquisite taste in decoration and shops at very high levels.
Encore – $$$
- Just what it sounds like. Encore is an annex of the Wynn. Seam great style and servicce you would expect being a sister property of Wynn Hotel.
Circus Circus – $
- Centered around having a good time, Circus Circus has become single of the more affordable options, especially for families and younger travelers. While it might not be the swankiest area to spend your night, it’s not a bad area to rest your head, or visit for a a couple laughs.
SLS Las Vegas – $$
- Great hotel. Was sad to see the Sahara go but they have remodeled it and it is amazing. They pay homage to the Sahara throughout the property, a nice touch. Although it’s at the far end of the strip, it is SUPER convenient having the monorail right there at the hotel. And by being halfway down the strip towards downtown, it makes Uber trips to downtown really cheap.
Stratosphere – $$
- At 1,149 feet tall, the Stratosphere needle commands the strip, perfectly marking the northernmost edge. Home to “the tallest thrill rides in Vegas,” the sky jump and roller coasters at the top are actually pretty sweet. As for the hotel, Location isn’t really good but that gives you better price on the great rooms and better parking availability.
Where To Eat On & Off The Strip
Ultimate Las Vegas Travel Guide – While the Las Vegas strip may be synonymous with luxury and hefty price you can find some great food at a decent price. The restaurants listed below range from did I just lose my money, how am I going to eat, to holy crap I have some benjamins in my pocket that I need to spend.
Earl Of Sandwich
- Delicious sandwiches and other tempting options, available 24 hours daily
- Try the famous Original 1762 – roasted beef, cheddar and horseradish sauce
- Wallet-friendly – everything is reasonably priced
- Enjoy the softest, tastiest bread in the market
- Great option for the on-the-go traveler
Address: 3667 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89109, USA
Ultimate Las Vegas Travel Guide – Fantastic food set inside an off strip casino. It’s an older crowd here (think grandma and grandpa’s casino) but that’s how you know the food it good tasting and a bargain for the price. Save room for dessert. And donuts. So super good!
Address: 9090 Alta Dr, Las Vegas, NV 89145, USA
Ultimate Las Vegas Travel Guide – Very good place to go! Service is good and the sausage egg and cheese sandwich is amazing. The line ups can get extremely long at times unless you go early. Service is very quick though and the line moves pretty fast. Highly recommend checking it out.
Address: The Boulevard Tower, 3708 S Las Vegas Blvd Level 2, Las Vegas, NV 89109, United States
Ultimate Las Vegas Travel Guide – Great Italian food and huge portions. Get the cheesy garlic bread…. good stuff! The pastas (a la Vodka), chicken parm, and shrimp scampi are top notch. Also, unlike the godfather, skip the cannoli go with the cheesecake. Don’t get me wrong the cannoli is awesome, but the cheesecake is to die for.
Address: 3500 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89109, USA
Ultimate Las Vegas Travel Guide – Open 24 hours, this classic Vegas diner has become one of my favorite breakfast spots whenever I’m in town. Offering breakfast, lunch, dinner, and cocktails at all times of the day, I have never had a bad experience. The food is served in generous portions by a excellent wait staff. With a uniquely cozy dining room, and an unforgettable fire bubbling, yes bubbling, in the lounge, the Peppermill is a don’t miss when visiting the Vegas area.
Address: 2985 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89109, USA
Ultimate Las Vegas Travel Guide – First of all, what a great marketing idea. There is no signage to direct you the location. Basically navigating by phone and hotel staff near the location will get you there. The pizza is very tasty with large crispy crust slices. You can order whole pies if needed. Very limited seating and I mean limited. Probably plan on taking with you to in the lobby area where there are several areas to eat.
Address: Level 3, The Boulevard Tower, 3708 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89109, USA
Mon Ami Gabi
Ultimate Las Vegas Travel Guide – Mon Ami Gabi is a special treat when you visit Las Vegas. Here you can get fantastic food at a reasonable price for being inside of the casino. This is the breakfast spot for me when I am visiting. You may never have bacon and eggs taste so flavourful once you leave Las Vegas. The coffee is phenomenal and made to the perfect strength for my taste. The view is quite beautiful if you sit inside or outside. I would highly recommend this to anyone in the area.
Address: 3655 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89109, USA
Joël Robuchon Restaurant
Ultimate Las Vegas Travel Guide – Perhaps one of the most pricey fine dining experience, but not to say it wasn’t worth it. The progression and pace was impeccable, but be prepared for the full top of the line fine dining three and a half to four hour meal. From the bread cart with various accompaniments to the exquisite display of artistry, I would recommend anyone to enjoy this once in a decade or so.
Address: MGM Grand, 3799 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89109, USA
Twist by Pierre Gagnaire
Ultimate Las Vegas Travel Guide – The food here is fantastic! Chef John is truly an artist! The food and wine pairing menu is one of a kind and the service? 5 star plus! The chefs introduction to the menu had us eager! For pudding there were 5 desserts.. 5! And still chef John gave us an extra dish as a thank you ! Now that is customer service! The restaurant is so beautiful and intimate. Had a table by the window and the view of the strip is epic! A huge shout out to head service man Sunday for making this food adventure spectacular! If you are foodie, and in Las Vegas.. You have to go sample the food here! So worth it!
Address: 3752 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89158, USA
Ultimate Las Vegas Travel Guide – Wonderful, wonderful place. The restaurant itself is beautiful and well kept. The staff were so helpful and friendly, completely willing to explain menu items, as well as recommend. Attentive too. The macaroni and cheese (me calling it that does not do it justice) is out of this world. Doesn’t matter if you don’t think you’ve got room for it, order it and take it with you.
Address: 3730 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89109, USA
Ultimate Las Vegas Travel Guide – A small unique gem of a restaurant in downtown. Its an intimate restaurant with a funky and contemporary vibe, and an open kitchen for watching your meal being made. Everything we ate was thoughtfully curated and prepared for a group setting. The apps and entrees were fabulous as were the drinks and the service. This is a restaurant should be a stop on your list, its wonderful!!If you get the green beans ask for twice the sauce, its worth it! The sauce was amazing and ran out too quickly.
Address: 124 S 6th St #100, Las Vegas, NV 89101, USA
Ultimate Las Vegas Travel Guide – So they said this is the best buffet in Vegas… I went recently and yes this place is amazing great food lots of variety!! Must say this must be the best buffet I’ve been… the quality was unreal the taste was prefect. The price is good for the quality you get and the dessert was great too. Only down side is the line up to get in is very long but that’s only cause this place is worth waiting for!
Address: 3570 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89109, USA
LAS VEGAS EXPLORER PASS
If you are a non-gambler, think about purchasing the Las Vegas Explorer Pass. This is a package I always buy when I go to Las Vegas.
The Las Vegas Explorer Pass gives you admission to three experiences on the Las Vegas Strip all for one price that can be up to 55% less than buying admission separately. Plus, you’ll save time by bypassing the lines at select attractions.
Choose 3 attractions from more than a dozen experiences on the Las Vegas Strip with the Las Vegas Explorer Pass and enjoy discounts and skip lines. Good for three attractions for 30 days from the first time the pass is used.
Here is just a small taste of what attractions are included in the explorer pass: Eiffel Tower Experience at Paris Las Vegas – Daytime Ticket, Insanity at the Stratosphere, Hoover Dam Tour, High Roller Observation Wheel at the LINQ: Daytime Pass and much more.
Free Attractions To See In Las Vegas
Ultimate Las Vegas Travel Guide – There are tons of things you can do if you have a little bit of cash in Las Vegas, but what if you want something cheaper? Here is a list of great attractions to see in las Vegas that doesn’t empty your wallet.
The Aquarium At The Silverton Hotel
- Named the “Best Free Attraction” in Las Vegas, Silverton Casino’s saltwater aquarium is an impressive 117,000-gallon reef aquarium.
- Crafted by a team of 100 horticulturalists, the Bellagio’s conservatory features elegant, elaborate arrangements of plants and flowers in its bright, airy atrium.
Circus Acts At Circus Circus
- Jugglers, unicyclists, trapeze artists and acrobats perform death-defying stunts and exciting acts every half-hour at the World’s Largest Permanent Circus.
Ethel M Chocolate Factory
- Ethel M Chocolates panders to the sweet tooth in all of us. Located seven miles from the Strip, its free admission entices us to the factory, through which many a visitor goes for a behind-the-scenes look at the candy-making (and tasting) process.
Fall Of Atlantis At Caesars
- No civilization put on a greater spectacle than ancient Rome, and now you have a chance to witness the glory for yourself at Caesars Palace’s Fall of Atlantis.
The Fountains Of Bellagio
- Every evening, a water and music show plays again and again in the spectacular fountains filling the quarter-mile-long lake in front of the Bellagio.
Fremont Street Experience
- The Fremont Street Experience will have you dancing in the street with its $70 million light canopy and 540,000-watt sound system.
- The Grand Canal Shoppes at the Venetian adds a little ‘Streetmosphere’ to the shopping experience, providing fun and entertainment for all that visit.
Volcano At The Mirage
- Every hour after dusk, the Mirage volcano explodes forth for crowds of curious Strip onlookers.
Welcome To Las Vegas Sign
- Guests can park their cars right next to Las Vegas’ 50-year-old iconic sign and take plenty of memorable photos.
Wildlife Habitat At The Flamingo
- The Flamingo’s brilliant neon sign is undoubtedly one of the most recognizable on the Strip. And visitors can take a closer look at the creatures who inspired the bright display at the hotel-casino’s very own wildlife habitat.
Hershey’s Chocolate World
- Satisfy your sweet tooth and learn more about Hershey’s Chocolate in this sweet two-story attraction. There’s a bakery counter, plenty of Hershey’s Chocolate products and souvenirs, plus an 800-pound chocolate replica of the Statue of Liberty
The LINQ Promenade
- The LINQ Promenade is a dining, shopping and entertainment district featuring a 550-foot observation wheel right in the heart of the Strip.
- M&M’s World may be the most delicious attraction in Vegas. And judging by its scores of visitors, M&M’s World must be doing something right.
Palazzo Waterfall Atrium
- Connecting the Palazzo and Venetian is two-story tall atrium with a waterfall and seasonal floral display – the perfect spot to pull out your cell phone and snap a selfie
- This six-acre outdoor promenade features dining, entertainment and nightlife options with one-of-a-kind art pieces and shade structures to beat the Vegas heat
I hope that this Ultimate Guide To Las Vegas will help you on planning your next trip to sin city. I did leave out a few things in this list like best nightclubs and bars in Las Vegas, and the reason is I can’t keep up with what is hot or not.
Your best bet in regards to finding out the best club at the moment in Las Vegas is to ask your hotel concierge, they can get you the right places, and possibly help you bypass the huge lines that tend to happen with the hippest clubs in Las Vegas.
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