Las Vegas isn’t just four miles long as you see on TV, and we know that. We know Las Vegas like we know the back of our hand. That’s why we are letting you in on hotels not only in the renowned 4-mile Las Vegas Strip but also on equally exciting resorts and casinos just off The Strip, and downtown. All the local knowledge is right here, first-hand! You are welcome!
It is by itself a spectacular show of technological effects.
Formerly the MGM Grand, Bally’s has appeared in many movies and shows including The Incredible Burt Wonderstone.
It features the famous glass sculpture of blossoms, Fiori di Como, by artist Dale Chihuly.
Experience Roman Empire opulence at Caesar’s Palace.
It is a hotel, casino, and RV park–the only one.
Together with its sister, Wynn Las Vegas, it is the world’s seventh largest hotel.
People know it for its Art Deco style and mobster Bugsy Siegel.
You’ll know it by its 30-story pyramid.
It is the second largest hotel in the world.
New York-New York
New York-New York evokes the 1940 skyline of New York City. Talk about hitting two cities in one.
It has the Eiffel Tower and Arc de Triomphe replicas. Talk about a country within a city.
Did you know its golden windows were actually made of gold dust used in tinting?
The Stratosphere is the tallest structure in Las Vegas.
You’ve seen it in the James Bond movie, Diamonds Are Forever.
Enter Wynn Las Vegas via a curtain of waterfalls and into a 3-acre body of water, the Lake of Dreams.
Off The Strip
There was a tribute to Prince called Purple Reign at Hooters.
In 2008, the final concert performance of comedian George Carlin was hosted by The Orleans.
It’s a popular destination for younger people and Hollywood celebrities.
Rio hosts The World Series of Poker.
It stands for “downtown.”
Formerly Lady Luck, Downtown Grand is a boutique hotel.
They were the builder Ben Goffstein’s four daughters, Faith, Hope, Benita, and Michele.
The movie, The Casino, was based on the Golden Nugget’s acquisition.