When you head to Las Vegas you are bombarded with hundreds of casinos and hundreds of hotel choices. The city of sin calls you to its inner lair, and now, what will you do? Where do you go? Well, the purpose of this article is shed a little light and show you the way. While there are so many hotels and casinos and almost anything you find on the strip is nothing shy of amazing, the hotels have a number of factors that make them different. Depending on what you are looking for, you can tailor your search based on the key elements you want out of your trip. While there are prices noted in the text below, make sure to check back and research for promotions and events. Many of the casinos have excellent deals and offer massive discounts on their room rates just to get your foot in the door. A few of the well-known and most amazing casinos and hotels are listed for your perusal.
On the Strip
Attractions: Everywhere you look, luxury is at the center of it all! All rooms are non-smoking. Primarily focused on adults and luxury, not children. It features amazing fountains, a botanical garden, and unbelievable art collections.
Attractions: Siegfried & Roy‘s Secret Garden and Dolphin Habitat
“Bare”, a poolside lounge that allows the ladies to go topless. People entering the pool must pay a fee and be at least 21 years old.
An artificial volcano along the Strip that “erupts” nightly from 8 pm–midnight on the hour
The 53-foot-long 8-foot-tall (aquarium behind the registration desk that holds over1000 specimens.
The Venetian has 4049 rooms, 3068 suites and boasts a gorgeous Italian theme. It is located on the east side of the strip, and was built in 1999. Room rates start around $279.
Attractions: It’s main attractions are the gondola rides and Madame Tussaud’s wax statute museum
MGM Grand has 5,043 rooms and is the3rd largest hotel in the world and is a prime location for movies. It opened in 1993
Attractions: The CSI Experience, KÀ Cirque du Soleil, David Copperfield and UFC fights.
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