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Las Vegas Hotels and Holidays
Hotels in Las Vegas
Everything’s bigger the US, especially in Las Vegas - and that includes the hotels. Each resort has got its own special theme and goes all-out with its decor. Along the infamous Strip, you’ll find resorts that resemble the Egyptian pyramids, the canals of Venice, and even the streets of Paris. With each of the big resorts containing entertainment facilities, shops, restaurants and casinos, it’s easy to find something for just about every member of the family under one roof.
Las Vegas is a city like no other, filled with glitzy casinos, trendy clubs and world-class entertainment. While it’s a popular holiday with groups of friends looking for the best nightlife the world has to offer, Las Vegas also offers family friendly swimming pools and rides - not to mention day trips out to the nearby Grand Canyon and the Valley of Fire. With year-round hot weather, Las Vegas is the perfect destination for those wanting to escape the colder climes of England.
Where to stay
Sin City’s iconic Strip is a 4-mile stretch of road that’s home to many of the city’s most iconic sights. Hotels are dotted along the length and breadth of The Strip, offering everything from cheap rooms to 5* suites and apartments. Featuring 24-hour casinos, live music venues, nightclubs and restaurants, each hotel is like a mini city - it’s easy to get wrapped up for hours of your holiday in all the larger-than-life on-site entertainment.
Fremont Street is located in Downtown Vegas, the oldest part of the city and its original gambling district. It’s a 10-minute drive away from the shenanigans of The Strip, but Fremont Street offers up plenty of nightlife, casinos and other cultural opportunities. There are also a lot of accommodation options at the lower end of the budget.
A 17-minute drive away from the neon lights of The Strip is Boulder Highway. This stretch of road is home to a number of budget accommodation options - perfect for seasoned Vegas visitors who want to experience a quieter holiday away from the hustle and bustle. There’s a whole selection of entertainment to keep you occupied, from cinemas to casinos, restaurants, shops and bars.
What to see
The resorts themselves are worthy of extensive exploration during your holiday, especially during the hot summer months when they provide essential air-conned respite from the humid weather. The family will love the array of activities available - visit the shark reef aquarium at Mandalay Bay, take on the thrill rides at the top of the Stratosphere, and take a private gondola down the Grand Canal at the Venetian. Those with a head for heights can also ride the High Roller observation wheel at the Linq, offering views out across The Strip and into the surrounding desert.
Off the main Strip, there’s still a wealth of things to do. In Downtown Vegas you can visit the old neon signs at the Neon Museum, ride the SlotZilla zip line, and be enthralled by history at the Mob Museum. Don’t miss the opportunity for epic road trips out of Vegas either - the Hoover Dam, the Grand Canyon and the Valley of Fire can all be reached within a few short hours’ drive.
Las Vegas and nightlife go together like fish and chips - or should we say peanut butter and jelly? Whether you’re into an all-night partying holiday, live shows or casinos, there are few places on earth better at evening entertainment than Vegas. Many of the nightlife options can be found within the hotels themselves, although they’re open to visitors from all over the city. No matter what day of the week it is, there’s likely to be something going on, from world-class DJ sets to pool parties, live concerts and raucous nightclubs. And don’t forget the first rule of Sin City: what happens in Vegas, stays in Vegas!
What to eat
Just like the resorts, Vegas goes all-out when it comes to meals, leaving foodies spoilt for choice. Guy Fieris Vegas Kitchen & Bar is an unmissable pit stop for flavours galore, while the city is also home to high-end restaurants from top celebrity chefs such as Nobu Matsuhisa, Guy Savoy and Gordon Ramsay. On the more budget side of things, be sure to try a Dirt Dog - a bacon-wrapped hot dog - as well as the creative delicacies of Gäbi Coffee & Bakery.
Whether it’s one-of-a-kind holiday souvenirs or gifts for loved ones you’re after, there’s no shortage of options in Las Vegas. Multiple souvenir shops can be found in every resort, selling everything from t-shirts to magnets, bottle openers and mini gambling kits. For something a little more local, take a trip to the Las Vegas North Premium Outlets in the Arts District. There’s over 100 stores all under the one roof, from international brands to US-favourites.
Fast facts about Las Vegas
Direct flight time from London: 10 hours 40 minutes
Transfer time: From 11 minutes
Time zone: GMT-7
Currency: American dollars
Average price of a domestic beer: $5
Average price of a bottle of wine: $12
Number of Brit tourists per year: 400,000
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