The casino’s are just the tip of this Nevadan hot-spot. Shows are a massive draw, with broadway-esque productions, performances from musical legends, Cirque du Soleil, magic acts and, of course, Elvis impersonators available on-tap.
If clubbing is your thing, most hotels have at least one nightspot for dancing the night away, whilst Vegas is also a major sporting venue for top boxing and UFC bouts. As well as entertainment that you'll pay for, the Strip also has a whole host of free entertainment. The dancing fountains at the Bellagio Hotel, M&M world, the erupting volcano in front of the Mirage and the Sirens of Treasure Island are just some of the current offerings.
Shopping in Las Vegas
Each resort has it's own themed stores, boutiques and mini-outlets by the bucket load, all primed to entice high-rollers and big winners in to buy the goods - the Wynn Resort even has a Maserati and Ferrari dealership! The Forum Shops at Ceasers Palace are home to an unbelievable collection of high-end stores along with designer fashion boutiques.
The Fashion Show Mall is a great place for high street stores but for bargains and outlet shopping try one of the factory outlets just a short taxi-ride away.
Top Resorts in Las Vegas
Las Vegas has a number of smaller resorts, but most of the activity is centred around 'the Strip'. There you'll find a a number of mind-boggling hotels, each with something different to offer its residents. The most exclusive hotels include Caesars Palace, the Wynn and the world renowned Bellagio. For a Rock and Roll experience you can’t surpass the Hard Rock Hotel, or for somewhere a little cheaper, give the Excalibur a whirl.
You are free to wonder from hotel to hotel and access all of the attractions each has to offer - this is a fact well worth keeping in mind for those looking to book a Las Vegas honeymoon or Las Vegas wedding.