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Las Vegas is a dizzying desert destination in Nevada, USA, where the fun never stops and the gambling never ceases. It is a party playground where the world-famous hotels will take your breath away.
The spectacular shows, the gambling, the poolside parties, the city's towering landmarks, the all-you-can-eat buffets: you can find them all in the hotels in Las Vegas.
Take a gondola ride at the Venetian, stay in the pyramid of Luxor, shoot up the heights of the Stratosphere hotel (and off the top on its rooftop rides), dine at the foot of the Eiffel Tower in Paris, watch the fountains dance at the Bellagio, or make like a centurion and rock up at Caesar's Palace. The hotels are the experiences on the Las Vegas Strip and it's free to simply stroll in and stare.
On-stage entertainment in Las Vegas is top notch, with acts such as Cirque du Soleil, Blue Man Group, David Copperfield, Elton John and Celine Dion performing regularly.
Flights to Las Vegas arrive at McCarran International Airport Las Vegas (LAS); the journey time is around 11 hours from the UK. The city is also a gateway to the fabulous natural wonders of America's southwest, including the spectacular Grand Canyon, some four hours away by road. The Hoover Dam is also nearby and well worth a visit.
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From budget hotels off the Strip, to the sublime and outrageous themed hotels at the heart of the city, Vegas hotels can make your holiday…
Picking the right hotel in Las Vegas is the hardest part of organising this awesome American adventure. Do you go for one of the Las Vegas Strip hotels, which capture the exceptional spirit of this unique place? Will you splash out on five-star luxury in a more refined setting? Or is an off-Strip budget base more within your range? Whether it’s a basic double or a sky-high suite, when you compare cheap accommodation deals on TravelSupermarket, you can unlock the room of your dreams.
In recent years, hotel developers in Las Vegas have moved away from themed hotels and created a plethora of high-end, luxury five-star hotels with snappy names, such as Wynn, Encore, and Aria. While these are a welcome addition to the accommodation scene, most holidaymakers want to revel in the sheer craziness of the big themed hotels. And why not? New York-New York features a roller coaster that zips around a mini Big Apple, budget-choice Circus Circus boasts an amusement park, and even the relatively staid MGM Grand does a mean line in Vegas-style entertainment.
The distance between Downtown Las Vegas and the furthest end of the Strip is vast, with at least an hour's walk between the two. So staying midway along the Strip gets you the best of everything in terms of location. Budget choices here include Harrah’s, Flamingo, and Bally’s, while other hotels mid-Strip include Treasure Island, Mirage, The Venetian and The Palazzo.
Going from south to north, hotels on the southern part of the Strip include the Four Seasons, Luxor, Mandalay Bay, Excalibur, the Cosmopolitan, Paris and Bellagio. These are some of the best hotels on the entire Strip, which has regular shuttle services for those keen to avoid sweating in the 35C heat.
The north of the Strip is also home to some of the most luxurious in Las Vegas, with Trump International, Encore and Wynn attracting big spenders and budget visitors plumping for Circus Circus.
The Stratosphere Hotel is at the far north of the Strip, before Downtown Las Vegas hotels start turning heads with their vintage Vegas style and hard-core gambling. Motels, apartments, budget hotels and hostels are also available.
Booking well ahead for Las Vegas hotels is essential as the best deals are found the earlier you book.
America's social calendar is worth keeping in mind when looking for hotels in Las Vegas; the city is swamped with visitors during prime holiday weekends, such as the Independence Day celebrations around July 4 and the college party season of Spring Break. Las Vegas hotels are booked up well in advance during these times. Popular American holidays such as Presidents' Day Weekend (February), Memorial Day Weekend (May), Labor Day Weekend (September) and Thanksgiving (November) are also times when hotels fill up fast.
Check too what shows and big-name concerts are on the menu before you book. Such events take place daily in Las Vegas, so it makes sense to time your trip to coincide with a show you want to see.
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It’s not all about losing your shirt in a casino or getting hitched in a chapel after midnight. There’s a lot going on in this city…
Top five attractions
The Bellagio Fountains
The Bellagio is known as one of the most stylish casino-hotels in the world. And it’s easy to see why. All day long (every 15 minutes between 8pm and midnight) passers-by are treated to a spectacular symphony of water movements, all carefully choreographed to music.
The Vegas Strip
It’s the stuff of legends. Just taking a drive down this famous road is enough to make your skin tingle. Neon bulbs light up the elaborate skyline as you cruise past dozens of casinos, hundreds of restaurants, bars and shops, and, of course, thousands of people having the time of their lives.
This really is a sight to behold and something that can only be described as a tram system combined with a huge arts space. The connection point between half a dozen top casinos, it’s also home to some of the most exquisite public art in the USA.
Cirque du Soleil
Head for the Mirage where you can take in a truly mesmerising three-hour show of acrobats and circus performers tackling jaw-dropping stunts. Other hotels also host performances by this famous troupe.
The New York-New York Roller Coaster
Wedge your heart firmly into your mouth when you take a ride on one of the most thrilling roller coasters in the world. Set on the roof (yes, the roof!) of the New York-New York Hotel & Casino, it’s immense fun and very, very Vegas.
Every day is an event in glitzy Las Vegas, but these annual highlights are likely to see hotels in even bigger demand…
NASCAR; March: The best drivers in the USA strap on their seatbelts at the Las Vegas Motor Speedway to compete for the hearts of dedicated NASCAR fans.
Spring Break; March/April: While this is simply a nationwide holiday for college students up and down the US, in Las Vegas, Spring Break is an event. Expect skimpy swimwear around the pools, and plenty of drinking, dancing and frolicking. As if Las Vegas needed an excuse to get more raucous!
National Finals Rodeo (NFR); December: Las Vegas is in cowboy country after all. Horses kick gambling into touch in winter when the NFR action heats up in the city.